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Paper Crane is one of the most popular origami all the time. Japanese people make it for making wishes come true when they are sick, trying to win sports games, etc. And a Japanese girle, Sadako who died from lukemia caused by radiation of the
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Do you have students who have difficulties to understand Katakana? Here could be a solution for you. This video shows you all 46 Katakana with 46 pictures in up tempo music so that students can easily pay attention to them and link each katakana
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I would like to share my teaching package for Question sentences including だれ、いつ、どこ、どう、なに、なんじ、なんにん、なんさい、いくら、どのくらい、なぜ、どちら。I have used this materials for my students from prep to year 6, It WORKS. I believe those words above are foundation for basic
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One of the most popular origami all the time is Ninja Star (Shuriken)! This is a short instruction video clip on how to make Ninja Star. You could learn it step by step. If you feel too fast, you could pose it anytime! If you forget how to make
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This video introduces a basic conversation using da-re and nan(i) including: - Da-re desu ka? (= Who is it?) - Nan desu ka? (= What is it?) - Itsu desu ka? (= When is it?) - Doko desu ka? (= Where is it?) An example: (1) Showing this video to
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This video would be suitable to introduce 12 basic verbs (masu forms) to beginners including: - suki desu (like) - tabemasu (eat) - ikimasu (go) - omoimasu (think) - mimasu (see/look/watch) - aimasu (meet) - kimasu (come) - narimasu (turn/become) -
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How would you learn the stroke order for hiragana? Tracing a worksheet? Observing your teacher's writing? Would you like to learn strokes in hiragana on a video clip? When you teach strokes, you could pause the video at the end of each script
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I would like to share my teaching package for Question sentences including だれ、いつ、どこ、どう、なに、なんじ、なんにん、なんさい、いくら、どのくらい、なぜ、どちら。I have used this materials for my students from prep to year 6, It WORKS. I believe those words above are foundation for
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I would like to share my teaching package for Question sentences including だれ、いつ、どこ、どう、なに、なんじ、なんにん、なんさい、いくら、どのくらい、なぜ、どちら。I have used this materials for my students from prep to year 6, It WORKS. I believe those words above are foundation for
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Do you want to introduce differences between Japan and Australia to little kids? If so this Power Point Presentation would be one of the best options. This power point contains Questions and Answers of: - size of the countries - populations of
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This video introduces a basic conversation using da-re and nan(i) including: - Da-re desu ka? (= Who is it?) - Nan desu ka? (= What is it?) An example: (1) Showing this video to students (2) Each student finds a partner. (3) Student A asks,
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This video introduces a basic conversation using da-re, nan(i), itsu, doko including: - Da-re to tabemasu ka? (= Who will you eat with?) - Itsu tabemasu ka? (= When will you eat?) - Doko de tabemasu ka? (= Where will you eat?) - Nani o tabemasu
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This video is recommended after students learn Communication game (1), (2), (3). This video introduces a basic conversation using question words and basic verbs (masu form) including: Da-re ga suki desu ka? Itsu tabemasu ka? Doko ni ikimasu
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Here is a hiragana and Katakana chart. Left side is hiragana and right is katakana. I hope it will be useful for you. Thank you & arigato.
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One of the most popular origami all the time is a camera! This is a short instruction video clip on how to make a camera. You could learn it step by step. If you feel too fast, you could pose it anytime! If you forget how to make it, you could play
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching English at high school in Tokyo for 5 years, Teaching Japanese at public schools for 12 years, Teaching adult learners for 12 years

MY TEACHING STYLE

Learner's values centered, Communicative competence focused (e.g., grammatical competence, discourse competence, strategic competence, sociocultural competence)

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Master of Applied Linguistics (2001), Master of Education (1993), Bachelor of Education (1991),

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

The University Of Queensland (Australia) Saitama University (Japan)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I was born in Japan. I have been here in Australia since 2000. Demartini Method Facilitator

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