Sakaide Grand Hotel

Address: 1-2-33 Nishiohamakita, Sakaide, Kagawa Prefecture, Shikoku, 762-0053, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-2-33 Nishiohamakita, Sakaide.
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Travel Blogs from Sakaide

Translation???

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on Apr 04, 2015

3 comments, 1 photo

I've noticed many stores have clothes and graphic tees in English. The only thing is sometimes the words on the shirts do not make sense in English. For example, I saw a child with a shirt that said "I love you, anything" or something like that, I know it said "anything" at the end. I'm guessing ...

More from my 2nd day...

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on Apr 03, 2015

3 comments

... parents requested extra English lessons. So that's where I will get to practice teaching more English. We will mostly focus on the alphabet for the 1st graders and phonics (sounding out words) for the older group. The only challenge is there will not be a Japanese teacher in the room to help if needed. Just me and the other English teacher. We aren't allowed to ...

Briana-Sensei, Eigo-Sensei (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on Apr 03, 2015

2 comments

... in a mean way, they took him out and then another teacher talked to them. They are very nurturing here. Also, students are pretty independent, even 3 year olds. They are responsible for pouring their own tea, and keeping track of their chair (they have assigned chairs). Can you imagine a 3 year old pouring their own tea?! Of course the tea is in a smaller pot that isn't burning hot. It's like they are little adults in training! ...

Briana-Sensei, Eigo-Sensei :)

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on Apr 03, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... Eigo Sensei" which means "English Teacher" and then they'll say "eigo?" Or shake their head "no" because they don't know how to speak English. But they do know very simple English. Even though they can't understand me they are still very friendly and welcoming, they are just kids who want to play! It is hard for them to say my name. So I have to break my name down, Bree-On-UH Sensei (teacher), that's my name here! I ...

Chopsticks and Carts

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on Mar 31, 2015

16 comments, 9 photos

... now. So I had to get ready for my first day of school. Tomorrow I'm going to just shadow the English teacher and see how he teaches his lessons. On Friday I will be on my own. I have a feeling I'll be doing more assisting because 1. I can't speak Japanese and the children only understand Japanese and 2. I haven't been asked to prepare a lesson plan for anything. So we shall ...