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... here. Next to me a japanese guy with funny beard (very unusual here) and long hair starts to do some stretching exercises. It's 98 Fahrenheit according to the thermometer but to me it feels a lot hotter. The guy continues with his exercises and the even get more vigorous. All along Schubert duos and trios are playing in the background. The music combined with the absurdity of the situation make me smile and I push the door open to fall into the cold ...
... a fitting end reward. After continuous conversation and encouraging them to visit Barbados upon my return we retired just before midnight as Kasuga Sensei was about past his limit. Poor guy was falling asleep and his wife had to slap him up. I had so much fun and both he and I regretted that he hadn't invited me over sooner (maybe I wouldn't be leaving for Osaka). I will surely have to visit them again before I leave Japan. A lovely ...
... English (except Japanese) so students are effectively bilingual. I will have the babies (3-4 years). This is where my development comes in. Surely being a teacher (not just an assistant) in JAPAN will look AWESOME on my C.V. later on (opportunity)! I know the job may be harder, but it is more pay and I can reap greater rewards from it in the future as well. I am sure it wil be just as fun since I am only teaching kindergarten aged children; loads of songs and games and nap time lol. ...
So today I thought my lesson was about the target structures "There is ... There are & Is there...? & Are there...?" So Daniel 先生 (sensei) did up a nice worksheet and had a bright idea to play a little game.
For the game I got a box and put a few items in it to pass around the box (closed) asking students to shake it to guess what "is there" in the ...
... funny to watch. The monkeys go at the seed with two hands one after the other seed by seed. Like all monkeys in the wild, you could sit and watch them for hours with the way they carry on, play but the best are the mums and their babies. You seem to get 2or 3 mums sit together and then the babies all go off and play together like a crèche. We watched for a bit over an hour before making our trip back down the mountain to catch the bus back ...
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