25 May 2008

Playing around with kids at a Japanese school

It was early March, I was invited to teach English (along with some other foreigners) to the students, of grade-1 to grade-6, of the local Elementary School in Saijo (Hiroshima). It was an informal kind of introductory classes allocated one day for each grade students. I was indeed impressed with the environment of school as well as with the teaching-learning activities. The students were keen to learn English with the guest teachers; however, their questions were mostly confined to some introductory stuffs. We also played some typical Japanese games with the kids. On the last (6th) day, there was a musical show performed by grade-6 students. We were thrilled by such a matured performance by small kids. It was a perfectly crafted show with shear professional elegance by the little champs. Please take a look at some of the moments that I captured through my camera.

It was a day to remember. Whenever I visit to a school or see a school kid, I can't stop myself from going down into the memories of that special day.

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