Students on the Japanese training course introduce their countries at elementary school

2013-2-4

On January 25, thirteen international students from twelve countries who are studying on the Japanese training course visited third and fourth grade classes at local elementary school. Using slides, they explained where their country is, what their hometown looks like, what they eat, and other aspects of their culture.

At first the international students and elementary school pupils seemed nervous, but everyone gradually relaxed and the elementary school pupils asked lots of questions. Despite the fact that they have only just started learning Japanese, the international students did their best to answer the questions in Japanese.

This visit gave the international students an opportunity to see Japanese education at first hand, and local elementary school pupils a chance to learn more about other cultures, making it a beneficial occasion for everyone.

 


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