Japanese schools are different in many aspects. For example, they have free dress day everyday. They have to go to school on Saturday as well. School cooks their lunch. They eat lunch in their classroom once a day. They … Continue reading How are Japanese schools different?
Do you think family is connected each other through their blood? It sounds like OK. But husband and wife do not have any biological connection in terms of blood. They used to be strangers each other. Therefore blood might not … Continue reading What is a family?
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Online Japanese course has started! The first course is 7 Day Basic Origami Master Course! http://nonakajapan.teachable.com/ You will learn: Dog face Cat Face Airplane Ninja star Camera Dragon puppet Paper Crane (bonus!) And you can download origami as well if you … Continue reading Online Course has started!
PPAP can enhance learners’ creativity and connection with lots of laughter. Creativity can be defined in many ways. But one of the definitions of creativity would be connecting two unexpected things to bring something new. PPAP can enhance to do so. … Continue reading PPAP for fun in Japanese activies
Here are great songs and dances between Japan and Australia! AUSTRALIA JAPAN Continue reading Let’s sing and dance together!
【WHAT】 Quiz to compete who is funny 【WHO】 Anyone Japanese students or guests and Australian students (Note: If Japanese students are too shy to participate, they can be judges) 【WHY】 To learn basic Japanese sentences To learn differences in terms … Continue reading IPPON Grand Prix! (Funny Contest)
【WHAT】 Folding a big origami in group (e.g., including Japanese students and Australian students) 【WHY】 To encourage communication between Japanese and Australian students. To show a teamwork beyond cultural and social differences To express oneness representing Australian spirits and Japanese … Continue reading BIG ORIGAMI (We are ONE!)
【What】 True or False quiz. In Japan, 〇 (maru) means true, while × (batsu) means false. 【Who】 This quiz activity is good for a big number of students to learn about cultural and social information in Japan and Australia. For … Continue reading 〇×クイズ（True or False cultural Quiz）with Japanese students