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1 Jun · admin · No Comments

Ready, Set, Go!

It doesn’t feel like studying when your students are having fun!   Ready, set, go! Today we did card races with our alphabet cards. Although learning all 26 letters can be hard, it’s really easy with this game. First, we laid down the uppercase cards in the lobby. Then students lined up to get a …


21 Nov · admin · No Comments

Halloween Party 2017

The Halloween parties have been so much fun! Here are a few pictures from day 1. This game is called mummy relay. Students race to see who can wrap a whole toilet paper roll around their friend first. It doesn’t seem hard until you realize the toilet paper rips easily!  Afterwards, we made monster masks on …


16 Oct · admin · No Comments

Hitachinaka Students Test their Taste Buds in English!

Students Learn about Flavors through Taste Testing English Lesson. Does it taste salty or sweet? How about bitter or sour? We use these words in English to describe how different foods taste! Last Saturday we ate different types of snacks to learn this. Our students tried different snacks such as mochi ice cream, dark chocolate, black coffee, …


4 Jul · admin · No Comments

July 4, 2017: English Mini Lesson

Hello there, Freedom students!  Happy 4th of July!  Let’s celebrate by tackling an English mini-lesson! Choose the correct English word:   “Our dog is terrified of fireworks.  One year, a firework went off above our house and it was ______ loud.”   Incredibly Incredible Minutely Minute   What do you think?  Put your guesses in …


3 Jul · admin · No Comments

TOEIC Vocab Monday: Ratio

Hiya Freedom students!  Happy Monday!  Let’s start your week off right with another TOEIC vocabulary word for you to study.   Ratio (noun)–a comparison between two numbers.  It compares how much of one thing to another thing.  (Typically we write them as ¼ or 1:4)   “The ratio of dog owners to cat owners is …


29 Jun · admin · No Comments

English Hack: English Slang–Hump Day

Hello there, Freedom students.  Yesterday, I said it was “hump day”.  What does that mean?  Well, we use the phrase to talk about Wednesday.  Why?   Well, Wednesday is the middle day of the week.  So, we can imagine that if the week was a hill, Wednesday would be at the top.  Or think about …


28 Jun · admin · No Comments

June 28, 2017: English Mini-Lesson Answer

Hey, Freedom students!  Happy hump day (Wednesday!)!!  Here’s the answer to yesterday’s mini lesson!   4. bigger than   How did you do?  Remember, when you want to compare two things and want to use a word with one syllable, we add -er to the word.  Big, small, light, weak, and strong are all words …


27 Jun · admin · No Comments

June 27, 2017: English Mini-Lesson

Hello there, Freedom students!  I hope you had a good Monday and Tuesday!  Let’s get going on another great English mini-lesson!   Choose the correct English words:   “I think Tokyo SkyTree is __________ Tokyo Tower.” Most largest than Biggest than More big than Bigger than   What do you think?  Put your guesses in …


26 Jun · admin · No Comments

TOEIC Vocab Monday: Comprehensive

Happy Monday, Freedom students!  Let’s kick the week off right with a TOEIC vocabulary word!  Get your flashcards ready!   Comprehensive (adj)–to be complete, to look over everything, to check 100%   “You should get a comprehensive exam from your doctor every year.” “She studied really hard for the comprehensive exam, because she was afraid …


23 Jun · admin · No Comments

Famous Quotes Friday: Joss Whedon

Hello, Freedom students!  Today, I have a great quote for you from the very famous screenwriter and movie director, Joss Whedon.   Whedon was born today, June 23rd, in 1964.  He comes from a family of very famous screenwriters and directors.  His grandfather, John Whedon, worked on The Dick Van Dyke Show in the 1960’s. …