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"Eikaiwa" vs Preschool
In the previous entry I posted pictures of the English English Dictionaries that my preschool graduates use.  Here are some pictures of my "eikaiwa " student's dictionary.


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Preschool vs "eikaiwa" classes

I often get asked what the difference is between students who study at our preschool and at our "eikaiwa".  There is a big difference in HOW they study.  Our preschool program is run in English.  The students who graduate this program speak English and THINK in English.  As of our students get older we teach them how to use a dictionary.  The difference between Preschool graduates and "eikaiwa" students is very obvious when they take out their dictionaries.



Looks like a regular dictionary until you open it....

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What a day!
On Sunday we had our annual family field trip.  This year we headed for the sea!  We went to Ooarai.  We did "Jibiki-ami", (meaning to drag a seine net).  This is an activity where a fishing group arranged a long net that was dropped by boat just offshore and then pulled in by hand - two ropes.  We had our seals and Dolphins and their families on one rope and the Penguins, Turtles, Seahorses and Angelfish and their families on the other rope.  The students had a great time pulling in the rope.  Some of them remembered to say "Heave Ho!" as we pulled in the rope.  This activity is great for tug a war practice!!
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Hawaiians
I finally made it to Hawaii!!
(Well actually Hawaiians...Hawaii in Japan!)





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Really? You guys like it??

I went apartment hunting with our new teacher.  We went from one box with a kitchenette to the next box with a kitchenette. (Sometimes there were balconies and tatami mat rooms mixed with the boxes.)  Then we found it...


   Reported by Miss Trisha





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