Count the number of trees.
If you need a 2nd hint, click here: Hint 2
It's the name of a popular place in Tokyo.
Finally... The Answer!
CNN10 Weekly Newsquiz - Formerly called "CNN Student News," this short commerical-free broadcast highlights news stories of interest to American students. Watch the first news story at the beginning of this video and name the U.S. university that has 3 main campuses, enrolls more than 70,000 students, and says it will require most of them to have had Covid-19 vaccinations by this fall. [click on the "CC" button for English subtitles]
Let's Learn English, Lesson 1 - an online lesson with video showing the lives of young Americans. Watch the short video, try out a few of the other exercises on the page, and then take the short quiz to check your comprehension. [Intermediate learners may find the first few lessons a little easy, but with language learning, sometimes a quick review of the English expressions you already know is vital for long-term retention of your language skills!]
English in a Minute - a short video explaining a popular idiom used in everyday American English conversation. If you can imagine living in an English-speaking country, think of a situation where you could use this week's American idiom: Two Heads Are Better Than One
We are the World! - pictures or videos of interesting things happening in Japan and other parts of the world. For the first week, check out the teacher's favorite English word spoken by his favorite cartoon character, Tony the Tiger. Students who often use this word in this semester's course work will receive bonus points! [Don't miss the last 2 TV commercials in the video which are in Japanese (日本語で).]
Homework Assignments:In general, you will have one week to turn in homework assignments from the day they are assigned. Homework assignments more than one week late will receive an automatic 20% deduction. Assignments more than 2 weeks late will not be accepted and will receive a ZERO on the assignment.
My main teaching philosophy:
Main Tier 2 Pages:
What's New? (blog)
Highest Mountains in Japan
Strongest Ever Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Pacific Islands Travel
What Japanese University Students Think About...?
Gary J. Wolff