2020/06/06 第141回例会TOPIC

第3回目のオンライン例会です。ESCO東京と合同開催です。

■音声について
複数人が同時に話すと(咳払いなどのちょっとした音なども)、音声が途切れ途切れになります。
次の2点に気を付けながらディスカッションをお願いします。

・「◯◯さんはどう思いますか?」など、誰に話を振ったのか、誰の発言機会なのかを明確にする。
・自分が聞き手の時にはマイクをミュートにして、発言者の声を遮らないようにする。

■入室について
本日はセッションの度に退室いただく必要はありません。一度入室すれば、そのまま参加できます。入室可能な時間は次の3回です。
17:55~18:00
18:35~18:40
19:15~19:20

 

TOPIC 1: Food revolutionaries

https://www.ted.com/talks/jamie_oliver_food_revolutionaries?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare

Q1 Do you have good eating habits? Do you cook by yourself?

Q2 Do you think poor eating habits can affect your health? If you have any experience about food and health, could you share it in your group?

Q3 Did you learn about food in your school when you were child?

Q4 Compared to the kids in other countries, do you think Japanese children learn more about food?

Q5 Some children in Japan only get essential nutrients from school meals. How could this happen? What do you think is the fundamental problem?

 

TOPIC 2: These Totally Lost in Translation English Signs in Japan Have us Scratching Our Heads

https://blog.gaijinpot.com/these-totally-lost-in-translation-english-signs-in-japan-have-us-scratching-our-heads/

Q1 Have you ever found a weird translation in Japan?

Q2 Why do you think they didn’t check if it is a correct translation or not?

Q3 Have you ever found any false translations abroad?

Q4 Do you think Japan is a comfortable place to live for foreigners? What is good or bad?

Q5 When you are travelling abroad (or living in Japan), have you ever experienced any difficulties in language?  How do you communicate with others if they can not understand what you are speaking?

 

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