I always have students that ask me for different resources on how to study more Japanese. I love the following websites. Also, I recommend everyone to watch Japanese dramas everyday for 15 minutes. It does help to improve your listening skills and vocab review.
Just a friendly reminder that Japanese Club is this Wednesday after school. We are going to make happi coats and learn how to dance bon odori. Bring your own plastic tablecloth that you can purchase at the dollar store. Snacks will be provided.
Checked HW (Family vocab worksheet)
Introduced remind 101. If you want to receive text messages about your assignments, please text to 81010 and in the message include @ccebe
Finished family vocab worksheet in class
Reviewed days of the month together
Watched youtube videos on days of the month in Japanese https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5RlHfHIRjE
Watched Hanayori Dango episode 6
Wrote 10 words from the drama
Homework: Bring your family review worksheet and study for Katakana quiz a-po
Our annual Utah Japan Bowl will be held at BYU on March 7th (Saturday). Last year AFHS placed very high in all categories competing with schools from all over Utah. http://www.jaswdc.org/page-1451994 Level 3 and AP level winners will get to compete in the Nationals in Washington DC during Spring Break. I got a grant and everything will be paid! So excited! #gocaveman#afisthebest#japanbowl
Japanese Club activity for January will be on January 28th (Wed) just right after school. We'll be making happi coats and learn how to dance bon odori. In order to make happi coats, you will need to bring a plastic table cloth from the dollar store. The colorful the better.
Just a reminder that Monday is the last day of the term. Please check your grades and remember you are allowed to retake any quiz for full points. Any late assignment is due Thursday. NO exceptions!!!!
Talked about the movie project (It is due Feb 5th)
Free talking in Japanese about Winter break
Talked about Christmas and New Years in Japan
Watched some videos (Refer to the previous post)
Japanese people believe that watching funny TV shows together as a family on New Years will help them to start the new year happier and positively. The shows below are very funny and I hope you liked them. Note: there are some very weird, so if you don't like it, just skit it.
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I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but when I was 14 my parents decided to immigrate to Japan due to Brazil's economy downturn. Since then I have a passion about Languages and I love everything about Japan.
I got married in 2001 with the best husband in the whole world. He is Brazilian, but served a LDS mission in Kobe, Japan. We have 2 kids, Kendi who is 8 and Kalena who is 4.
I finished my Masters degree at BYU in 2007 and I love to work teaching Japanese at American Fork High School. I've been teaching there since 2006.