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February 16th, 2019

1st-year East CLIL Third semester

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   The topic of our first-year East CLIL for the third term was sociology, especially on democratic politics and elections. During the class, students made their own policy proposals. There were so many interesting opinions. One student stressed the importance of developing infrastructure of our society, another student talking about some countermeasures against global warming, some others focusing on the importance of granting rights to the sexual minorities (LGBT), and one student expressing the unique idea of making regulations against the overuse of smart phones! At the end of the class, Mr. Sakiyama, a sociology teacher, said in fluent English that it is important to start changing even a little bit in our daily life.
 
 
 
 


February 14th, 2019

Fair Trade at Valentines Day

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   Some of you may already know this, but our SGH club engages in expanding the idea of “Fair Trade”― an approach encouraging consumers to buy products for appropriate values to protect their producers.
   Today was Saint Valentine’s Day, so the SGH club members sold “Fair Trade” chocolates. The SGH club members are trying to get all the students to contribute 300 yen per person in a year to “Fair Trade” as one of their annual goals. They are going to keep introducing this system, which makes both the seller and buyer happy.


 
 


February 11th, 2019

The 3rd Chugoku-Shikoku SGH High School Students Meeting

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   On February 9th and 10th, the 3rd Chugoku-Shikoku SGH High School Students Meeting, organized by our SGH club, was held at Ehime Seishonen Fureai Center (Ehime Youth Interaction Center) in Matsuyama. Many high school students from different prefectures came to attend the meeting. The theme this year was “What can we do to vitalize our own local community as glocal leaders?” “Glocal” is a coined word to express the idea of “global and local”. While spending time staying and eating together, the students got closer and closer to and stimulated each other, leading them to have deep and lively discussions on the theme. At the end of the meeting they made presentations about their discussions in English. Many interesting ideas to energize local communities, such as making active use of SNS, were created by the young brains.

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