Extra Activities

English Camp for elementary school students in Nagomi Town

English Camp for elementary school students in Nagomi Town

English Camp for elementary school students in Nagomi Town was held last Saturday. Due to the approaching typhoon, the camp was not two days but one day event, but the kids enjoyed the various English activities with Prof. Axton and volunteer studnets. In the camp, the kids were divided into three groups according to their grades, and participated in the English activities, such as singing English songs, doing games in English, and listening to picture books in English.

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Advanced Englsih Cooking

Advanced Englsih Cooking

We cooked real  Mexican food in class today!  Mexican corn soup, Shrimp in spicy red sauce, and Sopapillas.  Students cooked using English recipes and communicating in 100% English!  The food was great, we had a fun time, and everyone did their best.  Real English, real communication skills for life!  Come join us in Advanced Communincation!

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小学校における外国語活動用教材を作成しました

小学校における外国語活動用教材を作成しました

本学のキャリア・イングリッシュ専攻の学生の中には、小学校での外国語活動ボランティアに関わる学生がいます。今回は、著作権フリーサイトを活用して「絵カード」(外国語活動用教材)を作成しました。卒業生が勤務する学校で使ったところ、非常に好評だったようです。

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Cross Cultural Event in Kikuyo Town

Cross Cultural Event in Kikuyo Town

KLC students participated in a cross cultural event in Kikuyo Town as volunteer staffs. The theme of the event is “We are citizens of the world -Jamaica.” Elementary school students in Kikuyo learned about Jamaica from Jamaican ALT of Kikuyo in English, and then they cooked and ate Jamaican traditional dishes. KLC students helped them how to cook the dishes, and enjoyed talking in English.

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2nd Open Campus

2nd Open Campus

The second KLC Open Campus was held on August 6th, and more than 300 high school students participated in the event. In addition to the presentations on the Career English Major, participants  also took the trial lessons. Professor Axton gave an interactive lesson on how to make long converstion in English. Particpants enjoyed asking and answering questions in English with each other.

 

 

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Air Line Seminar

Air Line Seminar

One of Kyushu Lutheran College graduates, Kaai Araki, came back to the campus, and talked her experience to the current students.

Ms. Araki graduated the Career English Major of Kyushu Lutheran College in March, 2013, and worked for a campany in Kumamoto.

However, her dream had become a flight attendant, when she was a college student. She kept on working hard to make her primary dream come true.

She finally became a flight attendant of All Nippon Airways, and is woriking as a flight attendant. Ms. Araki passionately talked about her experience as a flight attendant and how important you keep on chasing your dream.

For more information, check  Kyushu Lutheran College brochure for 2017.

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“Pre-College” at KLC

“Pre-College” at KLC

On Saturday, 12/19, seven students in the Career English major made presentations for an event called “Pre-College.”  At this event, high school students who have gained admission to KLC came to campus for a morning of orientation.  At the event, for the Career English major, six freshmen (first-year students) and one sophomore (second-year student) gave presentations in English to help explain some aspects of the college and the major.  Topics included academics, class schedules, club activities, events, the library, and cross-cultural practicums.  One Career English major student, Miss Tanaka, spoke about opportunities to travel to various countries to use English and experience cultural differences.

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Guest speaker’s special session

Guest speaker’s special session

Ms. Sara Brown came to KLC and talked about her cross cultural experience to college students who will participate in the Cross Cultural Practicum next spring. Ms. Brown is a native of New Oreans, Louisiana, the United States of America, and currently teaches English as an assistant language teacher at Kikuchi Senior High School. She advised  students not to judge people in foreign countries according to stereo type  perspectives.  Students posed many questions in English on her cross cutural experience in Japan.

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