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Let's Describe | "The Skater" | Themed English

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7 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:09
    • 2. Lesson Information

      1:02
    • 3. The Summary

      2:46
    • 4. The Setting

      8:40
    • 5. The Action

      11:58
    • 6. The Story

      7:55
    • 7. Quiz & Review

      11:00
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In this English class, we use an interesting picture to:

  • Summarize what we see
  • Describe in detail the Setting (Time & Place)
  • Describe in detail the Action (People & Activities)
  • Describe in detail the Story¬†(What's really¬†happening in the picture)

Throughout the lesson we:

  • Explore vocabulary and phrases using a dictionary and image search
  • Practice pronunciation¬†of all the descriptions
  • Test your understanding with a¬†QUIZ

This class will:

  • Improve your ability to summarize and describe people and situations¬†in English
  • Improve your pronunciation of essential English vocabulary and phrases
  • Improve your confidence and English fluency

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1. Introduction: the girl is looking at us and is grinning. Mm. Okay, so if we talk about grinning, we're talking about a smile. Right? So if we look at her face, she kind of has a little The location could be part of a park, a school or maybe an outside amphitheater. Okay, So the Romans in ancient Rome and the Greeks, they were pretty famous for building amphitheaters. Right? So it's an outside place where you can sit and they'll put on a presentation or a show or a concert or something like that. All right, so it has multiple straps and buckles. So we're talking about these things right here. I can maybe put the air over. I move that. All right. So there is a strap and the buckle, and they're just a part right here that you can tighten and loosen to make sure that you know it's much easier to skate. The girl's chin is resting on the back of her right hand. All right, So resting just means setting their right sitting there. It's not like you're pushing down hard. It's just a wresting it. You're just touching. Okay, so she's still smiling. She's still happy because her dream is alive and kicking. All right, Alive and kicking is an idiom, and it just means to be full of energy. Ready to go. Still moving forward. All right. So someone could possibly say. Oh, how have you been? I'm still alive and kicking. I'm still working hard. I'm still moving forward. I'm doing what I can to be successful. Which is not a way to describe the girl. A blonde. Be cute. See Chubby D white. Um, what do you think? 2. Lesson Information: alone. And welcome to this lesson. Okay, today we're going to describe. That's right. Let's describe the skater. Mm. And there's a quiz rate. Okay, let's see what we're going to do. Well, we're gonna describe we're also gonna talk about this summary. We're going to describe the setting of the picture, describe the action, describe the story and take a quiz. Right? So all of these different sections will be about this picture right here. A picture is worth 1000 words, and we're going to describe it in detail. Okay. And as we're going through, we will use the dictionary. And we will also use an image search to look up vocabulary and make sure that everyone understands what we're talking about. OK, so let's go back. It's time to jump in 3. The Summary: Let's start with the summary. Okay. What is a summary? Well, a summary is a short way to explain something. Right? So this picture has a lot of information, but we're just going to summarize it. We're just going to give the most important parts to make sure we haven't idea what the picture is about without going into a lot of detail. Okay, here we go. We can see a young girl sitting on cement steps in the evening. She is wearing white roller blades, blue jeans and a white shirt. Her blond hair is coming out from under her red stocking hat. Her legs were pulled up under her chin. The girl is looking at us and is grinning. Mm. Okay, so if we talk about grinning, we're talking about a smile, right? So if we look at her face, she kind of has a little a little smile. It's not like a huge smile, but it's enough of a smile toe. Let us know she's grinning. She's probably in a good mood. Okay? All right. Cement is a type of material, so I think these steps, they look kind of dirty, but I think there's cement like concrete very hard. All right, all right. And we'll talk about thes words as we get into the lesson where we talk about the details. Okay, so let's do a pronunciation. Repeat out loud after me, I will pause. So you have time to repeat out loud. Here we go. We can see a young girl sitting on cement steps in the evening. She is wearing white roller blades, blue jeans and a white shirt. Her blond hair is coming out from under her red stocking hat. Her legs are pulled up under her chin. The girl is looking at us and is grinning. All right, so we just did the summary for this picture. A brief explanation. 4. The Setting: Now let's jump in and do some details. Let's talk about the setting. We're talking about the time, the place, the environment, the weather, stuff like that. Here we go. It's late in the day, and the sun is casting shadows across the cement steps who so casting shadows so behind her and also kind of on top of her and around her weaken. See shade, weaken. See shadows, right? So there's something blocking the sun and by the shape I would guess it's a tree or some other big object that is between the stairs and the sun. So it's casting shadows, right? So the shadows air coming down onto the steps. All right, and there's cement steps. That's just quick. We'll take a look. What do cement steps look like? We can see them in the picture, but it doesn't hurt to look at images as well. So cement steps. Here we go. Oh, they're just the material made of cement. All right. Nothing super fancy, but, yeah, cement steps or concrete steps. Very common. All right, let's go back. Right. Here we go. Our point of view is from the bottom of the steps. Okay, so we're down here looking from the view of whoever took the picture and the steps go up. So if you wanted to go to the top, you would have to climb the steps. That would be the top of the steps. Right now, we're at the bottom of the steps. And when we talk about the point of view, that is our perspective, how we see things, what angle we're looking from. So our point of view is from the bottom of the steps, if we were at the top looking down, then we'd say our point of view is from the top of the steps. But we're at the bottom. The steps are very wide and continue off both sides of the picture. Okay, so these steps are so wide that we can't capture them all in one picture, so they're too wide to fit in the picture. So they go off both sides of the picture. There are patches of sunlight that are not blocked by trees who so if we talk about patches , we're talking about small sections, small pieces. So if we look at the stairs, there's no shade, and then there's shade. Then there's a shadow no shadow, right? So there are bits and pieces in between where there's no shade or there are no shadows. So the light comes through. All right, so there's sunlight light from the sun that is not blocked by the trees, so we can see some of it here. All right. Okay. So let's do pronunciation. Here we go. Repeat out loud after me. It's late in the day and the sun is casting shadows across the cement steps. Our point of view is from the bottom of the steps. The steps are very wide and continue off both sides of the picture. There are patches of sunlight that are not blocked by trees. Okay, wonderful. So we just did pronunciation of this section. Let's move forward. Here we go. The background is blurry, but we can see three posts at the top of the steps. Okay, so the foreground is in the front. The background is in the back and on the top of the stairs we can see three posts. Right? So we have 12 and three, all right. And they could be posts for different things. We can't really tell. Let's quick will go to over to an image search and let's put in posts. All right, so you can have, like, social media posts. But you can also have, like, ah, mailbox post, right? So the wooden or steel or something that's supporting the mailbox is a post. You might also have an electrical post or electric post, right? So these air huge posts. Right? Maybe you have a steel post, right? So there are many different kinds of posts there, just something that stick up out of the ground. All right, so let's go back. We can also see a blue sky without any clouds. Okay, so it's blurry in the background. But we can tell, you know, there's a sky up there. It's blue and it's cloudless. It's a clear day. There are no clout. It seems like a cool day because the girl is dressed in warm clothing. All right, so we'll get more into details about the girl in a moment. But we could see her clothing fits the weather. That would be cool or a little bit cold, right? Sometimes people ask what is the difference between cool and cold, and it's just that the temperature so cold will be a lower temperature and cool is not warm , but it's not cold. It's above. It's above cold. So cool is like like a little bit cold, but not too cold. All right, The location could be part of a park, a school or maybe an outside amphitheater. All right, so we're talking about the location of this picture. Who? Amphitheater. Mm. What is an amphitheater in an outside one? Right. Well, let's go to pictures and let's take a look at amphitheater. Okay, So the Romans in ancient Rome and the Greeks, they were pretty famous for building amphitheaters. Right? So it's an outside place where you can sit and they'll put on a presentation or a show or a concert or something like that. So they still make amphitheaters in the present. It's just, uh, you know, a little bit different. Let's take a look. Um, here you go. Here's a smaller one, but it's outside amphitheater and their steps going up. Let's take a look. Here's another one. Look see here we got even more steps. Okay, so an amphitheatre is just a kind of like a concert hall, but it's outside, and people can sit there and you know, watch whatever's on the stage. All right? Who? It's time for pronunciation. Repeat after me. The background is blurry, but we can see three posts at the top of the steps. We can also see a blue sky without any clouds. It seems like a cool day because the girl is dressed in warm clothing. The location could be part of a park, a school or maybe an outside amphitheater. Okay, so we just completed the setting. So we talked about the weather, the place, the location, the things around. All right, now it's time to get into details about the action. 5. The Action: All right, so let's do the action. Let's describe in detail the people kind of the movement or motions or action things that are happening in this picture. Okay, here we go. A young white girl with curly blond hair is sitting on the steps. Okay, so if we look at her hair, maybe I'll put the arrow up there. We can see that it is curly. It's not like tight curls. It's more like wavy curls. And let's see if we can tell the difference. Let's go to a picture. If we take a look. One woman All right, so we'll put in wavy curls. All right, so this lady, these people, these ladies have wavy curl, so they're not tight curls. Let's take a look. What are tight curls? Okay, so tight curls are where the hair is. It curls very quickly, and there are many of them. Coco co curl, right? So wavy Curl is kind of like this, but a tight curl is like kind of like a spring where there's curls right away. All right, Okay, so those are the difference. That's difference between a wavy curl in a tight curl, and I would say that this girl she has wavy curl right in her hair color, which is blonde is like yellow, right? You could even say it's like a golden blonde, right? And it reflects. Well, in the sun chain, she might be about nine years old. Possible maybe eight, maybe 10 maybe 11. But I'm gonna stick with nine. She is wearing a warm red stocking hat, a white long sleeve T shirt and dark blue jeans. All right, so on her head, she has a stocking hat with, uh, it's a fuzz ball on top. You could call it a fuzzball, you could say a stocking cap, stocking hat. But this is a hat that's usually for cold weather, right, Because it comes down and it covers your ears. She has hair, so her hair already covers her ears and probably keeps them warm. But for someone like me, without any hair down here, a stocking hat is wonderful in cold weather because it keeps your full, your full head warm. So she has a white long sleeve T shirt because her sleeves come all the way down to her wrists. Right short sleeve means it would just come down to her elbow. So this is long sleeve, and then we have blue blue jeans, dark blue jeans. Okay, The girl is looking directly at the camera and has acute grin on her face. So if we say looking directly at right now, I am looking directly at the camera. Right. So you have direct eye contact. You're making eye contact with whatever it iss. Maybe it's a camera on the tripod on a tripod. Maybe it's a person taking a picture with their phone, whatever it is. So looking directly at something, okay? And she has a cute grin on her face, so she kind of has a small smile on her face. All right, let's do pronunciation. Right. Repeat after me. A young white girl with curly blond hair is sitting on those steps. She might be about nine years old. She is wearing a warm red stocking hat, a white long sleeve shirt and dark blue jeans. The girl is looking directly at the camera and has acute grin on her face. Okay, okay. And just one quick thing when we talk about white, we're talking about her race, her skin color, right? So other races might be black Asian, Hispanic stuff like that. But she is white. We could also say Caucasian, right? All right, moving forward on the girl's feet are a pair of oversized white roller blades. Okay, so roller blades are just like you can call them skates, Right? Uh, and they're not ice skates. They're meant for skating on cement on the road or a very hard surface, Right? They have four wheels in the back. There is a break so you can tilt, tilt your foot backwards and the break will drag on the ground, and hopefully it slows you down. All right. These are roller blades and oversized oversized means to big, right? Maybe a couple sizes too big. So these roller blades are probably too big for her, but there could be a couple reasons. One, maybe her parents brought her bigger roller blades because they expect her to have them for a while. And sometimes you buy bigger shoes for kids because they grow so quickly. They grow so fast so their feet get big very quickly. And if you buy the exact right size for kids for shoes, then in a few weeks or months, you can't wear the shoes anymore because they're too tight. So then you buy shoes or roller blades, which are oversized a couple sizes or maybe a size too big. Okay, The footwear has multiple straps and buckles to make sure they're comfortable and remain snug. All right, so we're saying the footwear and I said footwear instead of roller blades because you say roller blades again. Sometimes it sounds redundant, which means it sounds like it's repeating the same word over and over. So footwear can be shoes. It could be roller blades. It could be boots. It could be high heels. So footwear is just something that you wear on your on your feet. And when we say footwear here, we've already established that we're talking about roller blades. So when I say footwear, we're already gonna know that we're talking about her roller blades. All right, so it has multiple straps and buckles. So we're talking about these things right here. I can maybe put the air over. I move that. All right. So there is a strap and the buckle, and they're just a part right here that you can tighten and loosen to make sure that you know, it's much easier to skate, but we have the buckles in the straps, right, and we use them to make sure they are comfortable, right and remain snug. All right, so snug means like a nice berm fit. It's not gonna hurt your feet. It's not squeezing so hard that you're like, Ah, it hurts and it's not too loose, right? If you have very loose roller blades, I'm not sure if you guys have roller bladed before or if you ice skated before. If they're too loose, then your feet are wobbly and is very difficult to escape to move forward. And you might sprain your ankle, which means your ankle bends over quick. And you you heard it, which is no good. So we need to make sure skates are snug, which means, like a nice firm fit, not squeezing like crazy, but a nice firm fit. All right, so when you turn and you push, your your foot is in a good position with the roller blades, the roller blades are turned in towards each other, and the front tips are almost touching. All right, so when we talk about the front tips, we're talking a boat these right here. We could say that tips of the wheels or maybe the tips of the boot. So we have a couple parts on the roller blades. The top part is called the boot. That's where you're going to put your foot in, has the straps in the buckles and down below. We have the wheels right. We have four wheels here and on the back there's a break, a roller blade break, which helps you slow down. And I'm gonna show you guys a picture of the roller blade break, so it's easy to understand. Roller blade break. All right, so it's just this piece right here that can mount or is attached to the back. And when you want to stop, you tilt your foot backwards, right and it drags on the ground and we'll police slows you down. Here we go. Repeat after me. On the girl's feet are a pair of oversized white roller blades. The footwear has multiple straps and buckles to make sure they're comfortable and remain snug. The roller blades are turned in towards each other, and the front tips are almost touching. Okay, so we did the pronunciation for this part Let's move forward and describe some more action . Here we go. The girl is sitting with her knees pulled up and together. All right, so we're talking about the position of her legs and how they are situated with her body. So we could say they're pulled up. Her knees are pulled up towards her body. Both of her hands are placed on top of each other on her knees. So first the hands are placed on top of each other like this, and then they're on top of her niece. The right hand is over the left hand. Okay. The girl's chin is resting on the back of her right hand. All right, So resting just means setting their right sitting there. It's not like you're pushing down hard. It's just a wresting it. You're just touching. Her face is turned directly toward us. I think we talked about this before, so her face is not like this. It's directly toward towards us looking at. All right. Okay. So repeat after me. The girl is sitting with her knees pulled up and together. Both of her hands are placed on top of each other on her knees. The right hand is over the left hand. The girl's chin is resting on the back of her right hand. Her face is turned directly toward us. All right, so we just finished the action and now let's move forward. 6. The Story: it's time to talk about the story. And when I say the story, we're talking about what's happening in this picture. What is the history? A little bit behind this picture. How did she get here? What's she doing? Stuff like that. Okay, here we go. This is Beatrice, though. This is her name. She has dreams of becoming a successful skater and competing in the X Games. Mm. So what are the X Games? Well, the X Games are a kind of competition. All right, let's take a look. Look at some pictures. We're gonna put in X Games and will put Rollerblading right. So this is where they can do all the tricks and stuff, and it's a competition. So people go around and they have judges, and they have all this stuff. So this is the X Games. Now they have X games for snowboarding for different sports, but this would be the X Games for rollerblading or skating. Right? Okay, Go back. All right. Last week, she saw the X Games for the first time and was in love. All right, so if you are in love with something, we're not talking in this case about romantic love. It just means that you're you suddenly have Ah, you're very passionate about something. You really like something. You want to know all about it? You want to participate in it, right? So when Beatrice are the X Games and she saw the skaters or the people rollerblading, she's like, Whoa, I love it. She begged her older brother to let her borrow his roller blades, which are too big for her. Okay, So begged we could say, pleaded with asked over and over and over said, Please, please tell Tell me, Let me let me use your roller blades. Pete, please. Please. All right, let's take a look. We're gonna go to the dictionary and see if there are synonyms or the word big, right? Let's see what we can find. All right? So let's hear the pronunciation. Beg, beg, beg. Okay. Means to ask someone earnestly or humbly for something. Humbly would be with a lot showing a lot of respect earnestly means, like with a lot of energy, really wants something, right. Synonyms, uh, beseech Implore a juror plead with appeal to ask for request. Yeah, solicit, seek, look for so beg. You want something right, and you're trying to get it from someone else. All right, So she begged her older brother. So her older brother is the owner of these white roller blades, and they're too big for her, but I guess she didn't have her own roller blades. And she's like, Please let me use them. Please let me use them. And maybe he doesn't use them anymore. So he's like, Sure, Yeah, go ahead. And so that's how she was able to go. Roller blade. All right, repeat after me. Let's do some pronunciation off. Right? This is Beatrice. She has dreams of becoming a successful skater and competing in the X Games. Last week she saw the X Games for the first time and was in love. She begged her older brother to let her borrow his roller blades, which are too big for her. Okay, moving forward. Beatrice has been outside roller blading since the early morning. All right, when I think about early morning, I'm thinking about maybe five am six am, possibly 7 a.m. But then we're already getting into mid morning. So early morning. So she woke up this morning. She's like who I am so excited. I want to go roller blading. She fell many times and feels quite tired. OK, so if she fell a lot, maybe she's still learning. Or she's trying new tricks or trying something which tests her skills. And so she fell down. Many times, however, she is still grinning because her dream is alive and kicking. Okay, so she's still smiling. She's still happy because her dream is alive and kicking. All right, alive and kicking is an idiom, and it just means to be full of energy. Ready to go. Still moving forward. All right, So if someone could possibly say, Oh, how have you been? I'm still alive and kicking. I'm still working hard. I'm still moving forward. I'm doing what I can to be successful. So alive and kicking is a positive idiom, right? Means you're using your energy and moving forward. Things aren't perfect. But you know you're advancing and improving. No one will get in her way to becoming. I see were put off becoming her. No one will get in her way of becoming a successful professional skater. Okay, so she has her path the way she's going, and she's like you know, she's determined. I want to be a professional skater, and she's not going to let anyone get in her path, right? She's gonna find a way to move forward despite what other people do. Alright, Change that. Okay. She will kick butt. Okay. And if you say someone will kick butt, you know that they're going to make things happen, right? They're gonna take massive action. They're going to move forward. They're going to keep improving, pour their energy into learning about whatever it is learning how to be better becoming more skillful. So if someone kicks butt, they're going to do, you know, wonderful, incredible things. All right, let's change there. All right, so let's do some pronunciation. Repeat after me. Beatrice has been outside rollerblading since the early morning. She fell many times and feels quite tired. However, she is still grinning because her dream is alive and kicking. No one will get her in her way of becoming a successful professional skater. She will kick butt. Okay, so we just finished the story. All right, let's move forward. 7. Quiz & Review: Oh, it's time for a quiz and I'm gonna put on my glasses. Who? Let's do it. Well, let me quick, take a drink. Uh, I'm ready to go. Question number one. If a piece of clothing or footwear is too big, we can say its a over taken, be overturned, See oversized or d overvalued him. What do you think? There's some music while you think about your answer. Okay. If a piece of clothing or footwear is too big, we can say its oversized. Okay, So the important word in here is size. So oversized means it's too big. It's a little bit too big. Maybe a lot too big. All right, so we're talking about footwear, and her roller blades in this situation are oversized. All right, over Taken. Well, it starts with over, but it's now we're looking for if a car is following another car and it Paris, is it? You can say the first car was over taken by the car that was behind it. So over taken means to have been passed. Overturned means to be flipped over, right? We were driving and we saw a car over turned upside down on the road and overvalued just means that something, as people think, or someone thinks that it has more value than it actually does. So if you're going to buy something, you might say, OK, I'll give you $50. But the person's like, What? It's worth $500 you're like, No, it's not. I can buy one down the street for, like, 50 bucks. So the person, maybe they overvalued their item. Okay, Question number two. Here we go. What is another way to say she is grinning a. She is smiling. Be She is sniffing C. She is sneezing or d She is frowning. Okay, What do you think? You're some music. Okay. What is another way to say she is grinning? Well, the answer is a She is smiling, right? So greening is another way to say smiling. Uh, sniffing. Let's take a look at the wrong answers. Sniffing means you go. Maybe you're sniffing the flowers or sniffing. I don't know the garbage. So she's not sniffing sneezing. Means are two, right? Uh, chew and she's not sneezing. And frowning is like looking like this. No, and she's not doing that. Okay, Question number three, which is not a way to describe the girl. A blonde. Be cute. See Chubby D white. What do you think? Okay, so which is not a way to describe the girl? Well, we can't say she's chubby because chubby means kind of fact. Right? And if we look at this girl, she's quite thin. She doesn't look fat. All right, so blonde just means yellow hair. Cute means that she's kind of pretty for a little kid, right? And white. This means her skin color. She's white. Okay. Question number four. Who did Beatrice borrow her roller blades from a her grumpy uncle? Be her younger cousin. See her older brother or d her crazy neighbor? Hmm? What do you think? Okay, so who did Beatrice borrow her roller blades from? Well, the answer is C her older brother. Right. So that's the only person that we talked about besides Beatrice in this about this picture right in this situation. So we didn't hear anything about a crazy neighbor. Ah, younger cousin or a grumpy uncle. And a grumpy just means kind of mean and upset and frustrated and not very nice. And so how are you doing today, Uncle? are. I was your How was your meal? Are right? Kind of grumpy. You don't say. You're not nice, Okay? Oh, and you're not nice. And you have a bad attitude. You're grumpy. Not horrible. But you're just not very fun to be around. Okay. Question number five. Why will Beatrice most likely be successful? A. She is driven and disciplined. Be She is unpredictable and weird. See, she is contagious and sickly. D she is courageous and idle. All right, what do you think? Uh, okay. Why will Beatrice most likely be successful? Well, she is driven and disciplined, Right? So driven. If someone is described as driven all he's so driven. She's so driven. It means they motivate themselves. They push themselves to do things to move forward. Yes. Let's get it done. Let's do it. I'm going to do it. Disciplined means you have the ability to force yourself to do things right. If you're trying to get up at five am every morning, you need to be disciplined because it's kind of difficult. Because at five am, depending where you live, it's usually still dark out like, Ah, I want to stay in bed. I don't wanna wake up. But if your goal is to wake up at 5 a.m. you need to be disciplined. You have to force yourself to make effective decisions to reach your goal. OK, so a is the best answer because she's driven. She's very motivated with good action and she's disciplined. She's able to make the important decisions toward her goal. All right, let's take a look at the wrong answers. She is unpredictable. That wouldn't be good. Unpredictable means you don't know what someone's going to do. Are they going to be nice? They're gonna be grumpy. Are they going to show up? We're gonna be late. So you unpredictably like I don't know. All right. Weird is like strange, right, Abnormal out of the ordinary. So be, doesn't work. See, she is contagious and sickly. Well, sickly just means that you're not healthy. You're sick a lot, and you're not in a very good you don't have good physical health. Contagious means that you have a sickness or maybe a rash, like a red thing on your skin, and it's easily spread to other people. Right? So maybe you're contagious and you cough and the spit from your cough goes on other people and it makes them sick. So you're contagious. So other people probably try to stay away from you. All right. She is courageous. Woo. That's that starts out very good. She's bold. She's audacious. She's brave. But then it says she's idle. Idle means lazy. It's someone who sits around and doesn't do much right. So Idol is not a good thing, and it doesn't work. So the best answer is a She is driven and disciplined. A All right, so we just completed the quiz. Wonderful. How would you do? Ok, let's take a look. What did we do in this lesson? Well, this was a let's describe lesson. We talked about the summary. We describe the setting, the action and the story. And we took a quiz. Right? And everything was related to this picture. Wonderful. Okay, so that is the end of this lesson, right? I had a great time teaching this lesson was titled The Skater because the girl wants to be a skater. Okay. Remember, improve your English, become more valuable, improve your ability to speak and communicate with billions millions of people around the world. Right? And you become more valuable. You have more skills, you can do more things, create more opportunities. OK,