The second year students made a play for the graduating third years. I’m not too sure what it was about, but this is the dancing portion.
Not one of the better days. Although I did enjoy the fruit (can’t remember what it was called.)
The wonderful students of ３年２組 made me some cake! Tasted good 🙂
Only problem is, now that they are preparing for graduation – I don’t get to teach them anymore. I only had three classes with them too 🙁
Started at Sannou JHS Tuesday last week. Still have a few self introductions to do. I really don’t have a problem introducing myself, yet doing it fifteen times over a week and a half is just a pain in the ass. Still, I am getting paid so who am I to complain right?
From my house, Sannou is probably the second furthest school I have been to, the first being Tokeminami. I take the train from Honchiba to Nishichiba (I could bike it but it’s too cold and I am lazy) then grab the bus from Nishichiba Station. It’s a 35-40 minute bus ride and then a five minute walk.
There are 16 classes with around 35 students in each class. The kids seem nice so far, with the third year students the most ‘active’ – most likely due to the fact they will be graduating soon. Luckily they have badminton, tennis and volleyball clubs, sports which I can play without looking like a complete noob.
Only six more months to go until the end of my English teaching career (probably)