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- 語学・日本語支援ボランティア 英語
Why do the 50-yen and 5-yen coins have holes in them? What is the proper etiquette when accepting a business card (名刺)? In this class, you'll have chances to explain and discuss the answers to these questions and many others related to present and past life in Japan. Using handout questions prepared by the teacher, video clips, and photos, you'll have lots of opportunities to have lively discussions in English about Japan.
|2||2018/05/17||Japanese currency (continued)|
|3||2018/05/24||Japanese currency (continued)|
|4||2018/05/31||Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Japan|
|5||2018/06/07||Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Japan (continued)|
|6||2018/06/14||Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Japan (continued)|
|8||2018/06/28||Japanese Etiquette (continued)|
|9||2018/07/05||Japanese Etiquette (continued)|
|10||2018/07/12||Street Vendors: Machines, People, and Vehicles|
|11||2018/07/19||Street Vendors: Machines, People, and Vehicles (continued)|
|12||2018/07/26||Street Vendors: Machines, People, and Vehicles (continued)|
MCCLURE, Leighton Byron
I was born in Chicago (Illinois, U.S.A.) and grew up in one its south suburbs. I spent three years in the U.S. Marine Corps, then entered and graduated from Southern Illinois University with bachelor’s degrees in Broadcasting and Journalism and a minor in Japanese. I have taught English in Japan for more than 16 years. I live in Matsudo and like to play tennis and go bowling at least once a week.