- 【Step 1】1回目は音声を聞いて内容を理解する
- 【Step 2】音声を再生し、聞こえた英語を書き取る
- 【Step 3】「もうこれ以上は書き取れる気がしない」と感じるまで繰り返す
- 【Step 4】書き取った英文を清書し、文法的に意味が通じるか確認する
- 【Step 5】答え合わせをし、正しく書き取れなかった原因を分析する
- 【Step 6】音読し、単語や音のリズムを確認しながら復習する
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