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July 17th, 2017

CLIL in 2nd year

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   In the first semester, the 2nd-year students had a CLIL class on Modern Sociology. It was a study on current problems, not the one they can’t usually attain by depending on the usual textbooks. The theme was about foreign workers and immigrants. The students first did research about what is going on in the workforce in Japan, list up the merits and demerits of the current situation, and then find out the situations of other countries. After the presentations of their respective research, the students made debates on whether “The Japanese government should accept more foreign workers” or not. It first seemed too difficult, but helping each other as a team, the students listened carefully to their opponents’ ideas, made rebuttals, and modified their ideas to beat their opponents! It was a great time to learn the knowledge and the skills of debating.


July 16th, 2017

Orientation for the Japan Future Leaders School at prefectural office

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   On July 13th, there held an orientation for the Japan Future Leaders School at Prefectural Office. From our school, a 2nd-year Miss Sumida and a 1st-year Miss Omori are going to attend this special summer school. Together with other attendants, they first had a meeting with Prefectural Governor, and then listened to a lecture from Ms Kato, the Secretary General of the school, about the general information of the school and what they demand of the participants. The school will be held from July 25th to August 7th. Hope they will get a lot of hints to be a future leader.


July 12th, 2017

Debriefing Session of global companies in Ehime

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  &nbsb;On July 6th, we had a debriefing session about the companies the first-year students visited on June 27th. A total of 18 students selected each from those who visited the six companies explained and showed their global activities, problems they are facing, and how they are planning to solve those problems. Since each student was able to visit only one company, this session was a great chance to share other companies’ information. Through this visit and session, the students were able to learn many interesting things about what the company is all about, what work should be like, and what it is like to be a global company. We greatly appreciate the companies for their cooperation.