In December, students wrote a comparative essay about two different places using comparative phrases. This time they used Chat GPT to revise their essay. We discussed which prompt was useful for revising their writing. Finally, they wrote an opinion essay. The students themselves chose the title. The title was “Should we include minority considerations in […]
Students wrote a narrative essay about their most embarrassing moment in life. They used time expressions to clarify the sequence of events and past continuous to describe actions in progress and background actions. This time they used DeepL write to revise their essay. They wrote about their mistakes they made in the elementary school and
Students wrote a descriptive essay about the food they would recommend to others. They used all kinds of adjectives to describe taste, touch, smell, and sight. They had to submit a draft, a screenshot of Grammarly’s output and a final version. They wrote about nasi goreng, jalapeno pepper, and ramen. For the listening and note-taking
The goal of Advanced English 4 is for students to be able to write four to five paragraph essays by the end of the term. They will write different types of essays such as descriptive, narrative, comparative, and opinion essays. They will also learn how to use writing assistant tools like Grammarly, and DeepL Write.
The two main purposes of Advanced English 3 are to prepare students participating in the English Professional Program and to help students in the Teaching Professional Program acquire practical teaching skills in English education. The English Professional Program is one of Kokusai Gakubu’s Concentration Package Programs and in the program, students have an intensive English