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TOEFL スピーキング Question 6 学習ステップ


マイチューター 「TOEFL スピーキング Perfect Master (Advance)」

カリキュラムでは、Question 6  対策として、

やや難易度の高い様々なトピックを使い、

以下の流れで効果的、実践的な練習を繰り返し、スコアアップへ導きます。


目標スコアー 100点(Speakingセクション 25点)を目指す受講者に適した

カリキュラムになっています。


学習ステップ

ステップ   1  リスニング &メモ取り アカデミックなトピックの講義を聞き概要をメモします。

ステップ   2   解答の構成  解答へ導くため用意された5つの質問に解答します。

ステップ  3   解答の作成 テンプレートを使い解答文を作り、スピーチをします。

ステップ   4   比較と復習  模範解答を聞いて、自分の解答と比較します。  
 


▮ Listen

STEP 1 | Listening & Note Taking | Listen to a lecture , and take notes.

スクリプト

I’d like to point out something about art from the past. In previous eras, making art was expensive. Most artists required patrons merely to afford the paint, canvas, and everything else they needed, and these patrons, naturally, kept most of the artwork in their homes for their own personal viewing. This made art inaccessible to most people. The artists, quite understandably, didn’t appreciate this, so they came up with two ways to enable the public to admire their work.For one, many artists began using cheaper materials. This let them work without a sponsor. This way, they could produce the art they wanted to and also retain possession of their art. They were then free to display it wherever they wanted to. This, naturally, permitted many more people to see their work. Of course, one drawback to this approach was that the lower quality of the paint and other materials meant their work often faded quickly. Fortunately, many of these works can now be restored using modern methods.Another thing artists did was to display their art both outdoors and in public places. Remember that artists didn’t just do paintings. They did statues, sculptures, and many other kinds of art. Take a look at any cathedral. There is art everywhere. Look at the statues and the stained glass window in them. They’re all works of art. And consider one of the greatest examples of art anywhere-Michelangelo’s work in the Sistine Chapel. How many thousands or millions of people have seen his artwork? He attained what most artists strive for: for the greatest number of people to admire his work.


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Note-Taking

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Question

Using points and examples from the lecture, explain the two methods artists used to enable more of the public to view their work.

 STEP 2  |Organizing 解答の組み立て| Ask yourself the following questions and organize your ideas


  1. What idea does the professor try to convey in the lecture?
  2. How did artists guarantee they would own the works they created?
  3. What benefit did artists gain from being the owners of their works?
  4. What is the second way that artists made their works available for public viewing?
  5. What examples does the professor give of works that could be seen in public?

  1. ____________________________________________________
  2. ____________________________________________________
  3. _____________________________________________________
  4. ____________________________________________________
  5. ______________________________________________________



解答例


1. The main idea of the lecture is that artists did not want their work to be viewed by a limited number of people but instead desired for as many people as possible to see it.

2. In her first example, she says that artists utilized cheaper materials to avoid having patrons, who would keep the artists’ works for themselves.

3. What happened is that artists owned their own works, so they were at liberty to display them anywhere they wanted.

4. The professor then discusses how artists made sure their works were displayed outdoors or in public places.

5. She states that cathedrals are full of art like statues and stained glass windows, and she also mentions Michelangelo’s work in the Sistine Chapel.

                


STEP 3 |Response 解答| Make your response using the organized ideas.


The main idea of the lecture is______________________________ _

In her first example, she says________________________________

_________________________The professor then discusses how___ _________________________________________________________
In her view, _______________________________________________
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STEP 4  | Compare 比較 | Listen to a sample response, and compare it with yours.


Sample Response 模範解答


The main idea of the lecture is that artists didn’t want their work to be viewed by a limited number of people but instead desired for as many people as possible to see it. The professor covers a couple of steps artists took to ensure that this happened. In her first example, she says that artists utilized cheaper materials to avoid having patrons, who would keep the artists’ works for themselves. What happened is that artists owned their own works, so they were at liberty to display them anywhere they wanted. The professor then discusses how artists made sure their works were displayed outdoors or in public places. She states that cathedrals are full of art like statues and stained glass windows,and she also mentions Michelangelo’s work in the Sistine Chapel. In her view, doing art like this enabled the greatest number of people to see the artists’ works.

STEP 5 自己採点

Delivery

1 How clearly did you speak your response?

Language Use

2 How well did you control language structures to convey your ideas?

3 How appropriately did you use vocabulary to convey your ideas?

Topic Development

4 How fully did you answer the question?

5 How coherently did you present your ideas?