11月17日(土)13:30~14:30     (SUPER PRESENTATION 第2回)
12月12日(水)15:25~16:15 (のち、二雲はスカイプレッスン)☚変更後の時程
12月17日(月)14:30~15:30 (のち、二雲はスカイプレッスン)
前半30分:TED TALKを教材として表現力とリスニング力の養成(下記参照)

第1回    Sebastian Thrun: Google’s driverless car
「人間が自動車を運転する」という当たり前の概念が完全に覆されます。driverless carは人間に代わって運転してくれるだけのものではありません。driverless carにより、交通渋滞がなくなり、排気ガス量も減り、交通事故も無くなるのです。
Sebastian Thrun helped build Google’s amazing driverless car, powered by a very personal quest to save lives and reduce traffic accidents. Jawdropping video shows the DARPA Challenge-winning car motoring through busy city traffic with no one behind the wheel, and dramatic test drive footage from TED2011 demonstrates how fast the thing can really go.



第2回 Matt Cutts: Try something new for 30 days
Is there something you’ve always meant to do, wanted to do, but just … haven’t? Matt Cutts suggests: Try it for 30 days. This short, lighthearted talk offers a neat way to think about setting and achieving goals.



第3回 ShaoLan: Learn to read Chinese … with ease!
For foreigners, learning to speak Chinese is a hard task. But learning to read the beautiful, often complex characters of the Chinese written language may be less difficult. ShaoLan walks through a simple lesson in recognizing the ideas behind the characters and their meaning — building from a few simple forms to more complex concepts. Call it Chineasy.


第4回 Lisa Bu: How books can open your mind?
What happens when a dream you’ve held since childhood … doesn’t come true? As Lisa Bu adjusted to a new life in the United States, she turned to books to expand her mind and create a new path for herself. She shares her unique   approach to reading in this lovely, personal talk about the magic of books.




第5回   Joe landolina: This gel can make you stop bleeding instantly
Forget stitches — there’s a better way to close wounds. In this talk, TED Fellow Joe Landolina talks about his invention — a medical gel that can instantly stop traumatic bleeding without the need to apply pressure.


第6回 Chieko Asakawa: How new technology helps blind people explore the world

技術によって生活の質をいかに向上させることができるか? どうすれば視覚を使わずに世界を動き回れるようにできるか? 14歳の時に視力を失ったIBMフェローで発明家の浅川智恵子は、そんな問に答えるべく取り組んできました。笑いを誘うデモ映像で彼女が紹介するのは、視覚障害者がかつてなく自由に世界を探索できるようにする新技術です。そして歴史が示しているのは、優れたアクセシビリティをデザインするとき、すべての人が恩恵を受けるということです。

How can technology help improve our quality of life? How can we navigate the world without using the sense of vision? Inventor and IBM Fellow Chieko Asakawa, who’s been blind since the age of fourteen, is working on answering these questions. In a charming demo, she shows off some new technology that’s helping blind people explore the world ever more independently … because, she suggests, when we design for greater accessibility, everyone benefits.