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HIROSHIMA EXCHANGE 2013
Transcript of HIROSHIMA EXCHANGE 2013
My time on the exchange!
Relating my time on this exchange to Competition.
Places I saw competition
Comparing Nagisa and Pasa...
This is my presentation of my learning on the...
Nagisa kids competing to get the answer right in class
In the Pasadena room:
At sports day
Getting to class on time
Trying to talk to us the most!
Buying the last drink
What was the...
Part of the exchange for me
Leaving my family at Auckland airport
Going out with my home stay family and going to theme parks in Singapore
Having fun with my N.Z. and Japanese friends in Japan
Meeting lots of new people
HIROSHIMA NAGISA PASADENA EXCHANGE
I learned about the culture of Singapore...
And that Singapore Airlines is the best!
Many trains and coaches in Singapore have no drivers.
Even though English isn't the main language, It is used lots.
I'm in Japan!
Arrive at Fukuoka
First we went on the Shinkansen
Z Z Z
Then we were welcomed and we started classes
And Mr D uploaded lots of photos
This is science class.
We looked at little creatures in dirty water
The school had 3 or 4 science labs all for different aspects of science.
This is music
Music in Japan involves lots of singing. As well as singing, the Nagisa students watched a music video and played a music game
This is cooking
We made udon noodles when we were in Japan.
the Japanese students were very clean and washed their hands before they did each step.
In this Japanese lesson, the Nagisa students taught us Japanese expressions for in the classroom.
My Fav Japanese food
In flower arranging, we had a season and we tried to give the impretion of that season in flowers. I learned that flower aranging is taken very seriosly in the japanese culture
English in Japan is all about adding to their English vocab. when we were there, they read us passages in English and we corrected their pronunciation.
In Calligraphy, we wrote our names in Japanese characters.
This is music
In Japan, music involves lots of singing. As well as singing, they watched a music video and played a music game.
This is Art
The Nagisa kids had a square of black paper and were cutting out shapes and gluing them to the white
We were all very sad to say goodbye to our home stay families
Etiquette & manners
Give and receive with 2 hands
NEVER! keep shoes on inside
Bowing is a sign of worship, apology and thanks
Don't show an open mouth in public
Food is displayed nicely
In Japan we let you know what we were doing, thinking and learning
What I noticed
I saw people bowing all the time
My homestay family were very welcoming and made me feel at home
Base ball is very popular
The Nagisa kid
Japan is very traditional
The hall of shame
Popular food in Japan.
Soft serve ice cream
Popular in Japan.
Thanks for watching my exchange presentation.
If you go on the exchange next year...
And practice your speeches.