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February 20th, 2017

CLIL in 1st grade the other day

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   Down below is other pictures of CLIL done the other day, about Sociology. Since they learned about “United Nations” in Japanese before, they searched and learned more deeply about UN, like Sustainable Development Goals: SDGs and Millennium Development Goals: MDGs in English.
   Through this CLIL program, students learned a lot in a year, and they are getting better on debating in English and making an understandable presentation from what they researched.


February 18th, 2017

CLIL in 1st grade

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   There were two CLIL classes held on February 16th.
   One was Health Science, in the theme of “Prevention for Infectious Diseases”. Since there were so many technical words, like name of the diseases, it was very hard to make the presentation more understandable. But everyone did a great job by using pictures and graphs in the presentation. In the end of the class, the subject’s teacher, who does not normally use English, made a comment in English. Sometimes looking at the crib sheet, Mr. Tatsuno talked in a loud and strong voice, so his English words went straight into students’ heart.
   The other class was Sociology, and students learned about “United Nations”. Mr. Toyoshima, Sociology teacher, also talked at the end. His talk was so enthusiastic, students were amazed and the whole class heated up. We will never forget the abbreviated name of The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO, doesn’t start with UN! (In Japanese, it starts from UN (Kokuren), but not in English!)


February 17th, 2017

Classroom visitations in Ehime Prefectural Meeting of Education

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   On February 15th, the Ehime Prefectural Meeting of Education was held at our school, so the prefectural governor Mr. Nakamura and members of the Ehime Prefectural Board of Education, including the chairman, visited our school. Before the meeting, there was a short period of time for guests to look around and see classes. There were 10 classes to see, and some seemed to be interesting for them. They stopped at the class using tablet device for communicating with foreign student in Ehime University, or the class using electronic blackboard which has just arrived this term, or CLIL learning Japanese in English! When they arrived at the arena, where there was a PE class doing Badminton, the governor suddenly joined in and did some rally with students!


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