無料で学べるTEDでの英語スピーチ・プレゼン 成瀬東京英語村 Naruse Tokyo English Village グローバルな生の英語にふれて、大人の英会話をやりなおそう! 東京都町田市成瀬駅前

成瀬東京英語村 Naruse Tokyo English Village

TEDで学ぶ

成瀬町田英語村 町田市成瀬から世界へ皆さんは「TED」というものを知っていますか?
意外と知らない人も多いようですが、簡単に言うと英語でのプレゼンテーションを動画として公開しているものです。
TEDというのは、「Technology Entertainment Design」という意味で、世界中の有名な人が大きな会場でプレゼンテーションを行っている様子を動画として撮影して、それをインターネット上に公開しているものです。

このTEDの特徴は、さまざまな国の人がプレゼンテーションで話している姿を見ることが出来る点です。
その内容は多種多様で、文化、芸術、政治、環境、医学、技術などの話題を10分~20分くらいの時間でプレゼンしています。
その言語はほとんど英語で話されていますが、TEDは話された英語を各国の言葉に翻訳して字幕としても流しているのです。

TEDを始めてみた人は、魅力的なスピーチなんだけど英語が早すぎたり、発音が聞き取れなかったりして十分に理解ができないという経験が多いと思います。そこで、成瀬東京英語村としては、このTEDを英語教材とするために工夫を行っています。
無料会員に登録して動画をEmbedボタンを押して見ていただくと、動画の右下に吹き出しボタンがあります。この吹き出しボタンをクリックすると、世界中のいろんな言語の字幕を選択できるようになっています。
さらに、プレミアム会員(有料)になっていただくと、Detailボタンが表示されるようになります。このDetailボタンを押してみていただくと、英語と日本語を横に並べて見ながら勉強することができるようになります。

TEDの英語が聞き取れるようになれば、あなたのヒアリング力は完璧です。
英語がネイティブでない人の英語でのプレゼンも多いので、いろんな英語を聞くことができます。
仕事上で英語でプレゼンが出来るようになったり、プレゼンを聞いて内容が理解できるになったりすると思います。
英語で会議をすることが増えている会社もありますし、外国とのテレビ会議なども増えているようです。
そのような人は、通常のきれいな英語ではなく、速く聞き取りにくい英語に慣れておくことも必要です。
このような意味合いで、このTED英語教材を利用していただければと思います。
また、初めて英語でプレゼンをする人は、プレゼンでの表現の仕方や、話し方なども参考になると思います。

TEDは2006年に始まりました。現在もその動画は増え続けています。
このページで紹介しているTEDの動画の総数は、なんと1900個以上です。
定期的に新しい動画も追加していく予定ですが、全部の動画を見ることは不可能なので興味のある話題や人を選んでみるようにしてください。

2006年

2006/06(6)

Ken Robinson
Do schools kill creativity?

Tony Robbins
Why we do what we do

2006/07(7)

Julia Sweeney
Letting go of God

Larry Brilliant
My wish: Help me stop pandemics

2006/08(10)

Jeff Han
The radical promise of the multi-touch interface

Mena Trott
Meet the founder of the blog revolution

2006/09(8)

Helen Fisher
Why we love, why we cheat

Barry Schwartz
The paradox of choice

2006/10(11)

Eva Vertes
Meet the future of cancer research

Robert Fischell
My wish: Three unusual medical inventions

2006/11(4)

Peter Donnelly
How juries are fooled by statistics

Kevin Kelly
How technology evolves

2006/12(4)

Peter Gabriel
Fight injustice with raw video

Dean Ornish
The killer American diet that's sweeping the planet

2007年

2007/01(8)

Robert Neuwirth
The hidden world of shadow cities

Charles Leadbeater
The era of open innovation

2007/02(4)

Anna Deavere Smith
Four American characters

Carl Honore
In praise of slowness

2007/04(37)

Bill Clinton
My wish: Rebuilding Rwanda

Chris Anderson
Technology's long tail

2007/05(11)

Natalie MacMaster and Thomas Dolby
Cape Breton fiddling in reel time

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
Want to help Africa? Do business here

2007/06(7)

Anand Agarawala
Rethink the desktop with BumpTop

Bill Stone
I'm going to the moon. Who's with me?

2007/07(12)

Dan Dennett
Dangerous memes

Euvin Naidoo
Why invest in Africa

2007/08(7)

Patrick Awuah
How to educate leaders? Liberal arts

Erin McKean
The joy of lexicography

2007/09(9)

Andrew Mwenda
Aid for Africa? No thanks.

Paul MacCready
A flight on solar wings

2007/10(9)

Carolyn Porco
This is Saturn

Sherwin Nuland
How electroshock therapy changed me

2007/11(8)

Matthieu Ricard
The habits of happiness

Ron Eglash
The fractals at the heart of African designs

2007/12(7)

Philippe Starck
Design and destiny

Gever Tulley
5 dangerous things you should let your kids do

2008年

2008/01(14)

Isabel Allende
Tales of passion

Robin Chase
The idea behind Zipcar (and what comes next)

2008/02(12)

Jaime Lerner
A song of the city

Roy Gould and Curtis Wong
A preview of the WorldWide Telescope

2008/03(11)

Alan Kay
A powerful idea about ideas

Clifford Stoll
The call to learn

2008/04(13)

Siegfried Woldhek
The search for the true face of Leonardo

They Might Be Giants
Wake up!

2008/05(12)

Hector Ruiz
The thinking behind 50x15

Paul Collier
The "bottom billion"

2008/06(14)

Susan Blackmore
Memes and "temes"

Peter Diamandis
Stephen Hawking's zero g flight

2008/07(21)

Rick Smolan
The story of a girl

Robert Lang
The math and magic of origami

2008/08(11)

Bruno Bowden and Rufus Cappadocia
Blindfold origami and cello

Einstein the Parrot
A talking, squawking parrot

2008/09(21)

Paul Rothemund
DNA folding, in detail

Stefan Sagmeister
Designing with slogans

2008/10(25)

Noah Feldman
Politics and religion are technologies

Robert Wright
The evolution of compassion

2008/11(17)

Graham Hawkes
A flight through the ocean

Gregory Petsko
The coming neurological epidemic

2008/12(14)

Richard Preston
The mysterious lives of giant trees

Jennifer 8. Lee
The hunt for General Tso

2009年

2009/01(19)

Kary Mullis
Play! Experiment! Discover!

Natalie MacMaster
Fiddling in reel time

2009/02(16)

Bill Gross
A solar energy system that tracks the sun

Evan Williams
The voices of Twitter users

2009/03(21)

Brenda Laurel
Games for girls

Jacek Utko
Can design save newspapers?

2009/04(22)

Ueli Gegenschatz
Extreme wingsuit flying

Laurie Garrett
Lessons from the 1918 flu

2009/05(20)

Brian Cox
What went wrong at the LHC

Kaki King
Playing "Pink Noise" on guitar

2009/06(20)

Liz Coleman
A call to reinvent liberal arts education

Gever Tulley
Life lessons through tinkering

2009/07(14)

Daniel Libeskind
17 words of architectural inspiration

Elaine Morgan
I believe we evolved from aquatic apes

2009/08(10)

Willard Wigan
Hold your breath for micro-sculpture

Cary Fowler
One seed at a time, protecting the future of food

2009/09(20)

Joshua Silver
Adjustable liquid-filled eyeglasses

Karen Armstrong
Let's revive the Golden Rule

2009/10(21)

Garik Israelian
How spectroscopy could reveal alien life

Marcus du Sautoy
Symmetry, reality's riddle

2009/11(15)

Stefana Broadbent
How the Internet enables intimacy

Shashi Tharoor
Why nations should pursue soft power

2009/12(17)

Gordon Brown
Global ethic vs. national interest

Asher Hasan
My message of peace from Pakistan

2010年

2010/01(18)

Bertrand Piccard
My solar-powered adventure

Derek Sivers
Weird, or just different?

2010/02(17)

Sendhil Mullainathan
Solving social problems with a nudge

Raghava KK
My 5 lives as an artist

2010/03(21)

Daniel Kahneman
The riddle of experience vs. memory

Shukla Bose
Teaching one child at a time

2010/04(22)

Kirk Citron
And now, the real news

Sebastian Wernicke
Lies, damned lies and statistics (about TEDTalks)

2010/05(20)

Esther Duflo
Social experiments to fight poverty

Lawrence Lessig
Re-examining the remix

2010/06(23)

John Underkoffler
Pointing to the future of UI

Stephen Palumbi
Hidden toxins in the fish we eat

2010/07(19)

Carter Emmart
A 3D atlas of the universe

Lewis Pugh
My mind-shifting Everest swim

2010/08(13)

Jason Clay
How big brands can help save biodiversity

Johan Rockstrom
Let the environment guide our development

2010/09(22)

His Holiness the Karmapa
The technology of the heart

Mechai Viravaidya
How Mr. Condom made Thailand a better place for life and love

2010/10(20)

Eben Bayer
Are mushrooms the new plastic?

Miwa Matreyek
Glorious visions in animation and performance

2010/11(21)

Tom Chatfield
7 ways games reward the brain

William Ury
The walk from "no" to "yes"

2010/12(15)

Marcel Dicke
Why not eat insects?

Barry Schwartz
Using our practical wisdom

2011年

2011/01(21)

Arianna Huffington
How to succeed? Get more sleep

Kate Orff
Reviving New York's rivers ? with oysters!

2011/02(19)

Dale Dougherty
We are makers

Ahn Trio
A modern take on piano, violin, cello

2011/03(23)

Wadah Khanfar
A historic moment in the Arab world

Sebastian Thrun
Google's driverless car

2011/04(23)

Eric Whitacre
A virtual choir 2,000 voices strong

Arvind Gupta
Turning trash into toys for learning

2011/05(22)

Eli Pariser
Beware online "filter bubbles"

Dennis Hong
Making a car for blind drivers

2011/06(24)

Stefan Sagmeister
7 rules for making more happiness

Robert Hammond
Building a park in the sky

2011/07(18)

Matt Cutts
Try something new for 30 days

Julian Treasure
5 ways to listen better

2011/08(14)

Adam Ostrow
After your final status update

Julia Bacha
Pay attention to nonviolence

2011/09(21)

Skylar Tibbits
Can we make things that make themselves?

Danielle de Niese
A flirtatious aria

2011/10(20)

Yang Lan
The generation that's remaking China

Hasan Elahi
FBI, here I am!

2011/11(22)

Paul Zak
Trust, morality ? and oxytocin?

John Bohannon and Black Label Movement
Dance vs. powerpoint, a modest proposal

2011/12(17)

Charles Limb
Building the musical muscle

Alberto Cairo
There are no scraps of men

2012年

2012/01(22)

AJ Jacobs
How healthy living nearly killed me

Bill Doyle
Treating cancer with electric fields

2012/02(27)

Shawn Achor
The happy secret to better work

Paul Gilding
The Earth is full

2012/03(21)

Vijay Kumar
Robots that fly ... and cooperate

Marco Tempest
A magical tale (with augmented reality)

2012/04(22)

Sherry Turkle
Connected, but alone?

Liz Diller
A new museum wing ... in a giant bubble

2012/05(27)

Amory Lovins
A 40-year plan for energy

Sebastian Deterding
What your designs say about you

2012/06(28)

Quixotic Fusion
Dancing with light

Elyn Saks
A tale of mental illness ? from the inside

2012/07(27)

Boaz Almog
The levitating superconductor

Stephen Ritz
A teacher growing green in the South Bronx

2012/08(15)

Daphne Koller
What we're learning from online education

Rob Legato
The art of creating awe

2012/09(25)

Robert Neuwirth
The power of the informal economy

Vicki Arroyo
Let's prepare for our new climate

2012/10(23)

Amy Cuddy
Your body language shapes who you are

Emma Teeling
The secret of the bat genome

2012/11(22)

Adam Garone
Healthier men, one moustache at a time

Paolo Cardini
Forget multitasking, try monotasking

2012/12(15)

Bobby Ghosh
Why global jihad is losing

Ronny Edry
Israel and Iran: A love story?

2013年

2013/01(21)

Karen Thompson Walker
What fear can teach us

Fahad Al-Attiya
A country with no water

2013/02(19)

Zahra' Langhi
Why Libya's revolution didn't work ? and what might

Jennifer Granholm
A clean energy proposal ? race to the top!

2013/03(20)

Amanda Palmer
The art of asking

Colin Camerer
When you're making a deal, what's going on in your brain?

2013/04(22)

Kees Moeliker
How a dead duck changed my life

Taylor Wilson
My radical plan for small nuclear fission reactors

2013/05(27)

Sebastiao Salgado
The silent drama of photography

Lisa Bu
How books can open your mind

2013/06(20)

Andrew Solomon
Love, no matter what

Rodney Brooks
Why we will rely on robots

2013/07(22)

Eric X. Li
A tale of two political systems

Julie Taymor
Spider-Man, The Lion King and life on the creative edge

2013/08(12)

Peter van Manen
How can Formula 1 racing help ... babies?

May El-Khalil
Making peace is a marathon

2013/09(20)

Adam Spencer
Why I fell in love with monster prime numbers

Malcolm Gladwell
The unheard story of David and Goliath

2013/10(24)

Kelli Swazey
Life that doesn't end with death

Holly Morris
Why stay in Chernobyl? Because it's home.

2013/11(19)

Dong Woo Jang
The art of bow-making

David Steindl-Rast
Want to be happy? Be grateful

2013/12(16)

Toby Eccles
Invest in social change

Diana Nyad
Never, ever give up

2014年

2014/01(21)

Mick Cornett
How an obese town lost a million pounds

Maya Penn
Meet a young entrepreneur, cartoonist, designer, activist …

2014/02(19)

Esta Soler
How we turned the tide on domestic violence (Hint: the Polaroid helped)

Annette Heuser
The 3 agencies with the power to make or break economies

2014/03(23)

Mary Lou Jepsen
Could future devices read images from our brains?

Geena Rocero
Why I must come out

2014/04(23)

The TED Staff
It's TED, the Musical

Andrew Bastawrous
Get your next eye exam on a smartphone

2014/05(22)

Gavin Schmidt
The emergent patterns of climate change

Sting
How I started writing songs again

2014/06(21)

Ray Kurzweil
Get ready for hybrid thinking

Chris Domas
The 1s and 0s behind cyber warfare

2014/07(14)

Sara Lewis
The loves and lies of fireflies

Ze Frank
Are you human?

2014/08(20)

Shai Reshef
An ultra-low-cost college degree

Jill Shargaa
Please, please, people. Let's put the 'awe' back in 'awesome'

2014/09(20)

Jim Holt
Why does the universe exist?

Susan Colantuono
The career advice you probably didn’t get

2014/10(23)

Gail Reed
Where to train the world's doctors? Cuba.

Jeremy Heimans
What new power looks like

2014/11(18)

Alessandra Orofino
It’s our city. Let’s fix it

Pico Iyer
The art of stillness

2014/12(17)

Oren Yakobovich
Hidden cameras that film injustice in the world’s most dangerous places

Michael Rubinstein
See invisible motion, hear silent sounds

2015年

2015/01(17)

Asha de Vos
Why you should care about whale poo

Bassam Tariq
The beauty and diversity of Muslim life

2015/02(19)

Zeynep Tufekci
Online social change: easy to organize, hard to win

Helder Guimaraes
A magical search for a coincidence

2015/03(22)

Jon Gosier
The problem with "trickle-down techonomics"

Daniel Kish
How I use sonar to navigate the world

2015/04(20)

Kevin Rudd
Are China and the US doomed to conflict?

Sophie Scott
Why we laugh

2015/05(19)

Alice Goffman
How we're priming some kids for college ? and others for prison

Jimmy Nelson
Gorgeous portraits of the world's vanishing people

2015/06(20)

Bill Gross
The single biggest reason why startups succeed

Jimmy Carter
Why I believe the mistreatment of women is the number one human rights abuse

2015/07(16)

Latif Nasser
The amazing story of the man who gave us modern pain relief

Yuval Noah Harari
What explains the rise of humans?

2015/08(14)

Benedetta Berti
The surprising way groups like ISIS stay in power

Wendy Freedman
This new telescope might show us the beginning of the universe

2015/09(19)

Elizabeth Nyamayaro
An invitation to men who want a better world for women

Mac Stone
Stunning photos of the endangered Everglades

2015/10(21)

Martin Pistorius
How my mind came back to life ? and no one knew

Daniel Levitin
How to stay calm when you know you'll be stressed

2015/11(4)

Nancy Lublin
The heartbreaking text that inspired a crisis help line

Harald Haas
A breakthrough new kind of wireless Internet

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