We’ll introduce what our committee is like.
Our committee is consist of about 20 members.
We usually discuss how to improve the school’s situation we face.
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Sometimes, we make action in order tell what is important to other students more effectively.
Last week, we prepared for short play with the aim of improving our manners.
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We put it into action in front of high school students the other day.
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We want to believe it was successful!

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

These photos show you classroom activities of second-year high school students.
They created movies and will play them at the school festival.
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They discussed it and then shot the movies last Thursday.
Dolls in the shape of Seishin School students appear in one movie.
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Students in one class danced on the roof of the school building.
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In the class where a chemical teacher is a homeroom teacher, he burned magnesium ribbons.
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Students of the class shot a scene where they got excited at the sight of the fire.
One student put on sunglasses in the shape of a heart.
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We are looking forward to the finish these movies.
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Please look forward to our blog being updated.

2016.2.22diary

Competition

Competition ~ Second grade students in our high school versus third grade students in our junior high school.
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The competition of the knowledge of ancient writing was held last week.
Second grade students in our high school competed with the third grade students for our pride as senior students.
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The questions were difficult to solve.
One of the examples was “what was the name of Japanese emperor’s palace in Heian-period?”
The answer to this question is “Seiryo-Den”.
Other example was “what was the moon which is next full moon called by people in Heian-period?”
The answer to this question is “Izayoi-no-Tsuki”.
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As a result, the high school won that competition.
We could save our face!!
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Please look forward to our blog being updated.

We had 66th art and calligraphic exhibition!
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Students had prepared for this exhibition in art or calligraphy classes.
We’ll introduce some of work below.

These are paintings drown by students in art club.
So beautiful!
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These were made in classes of each grade.
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These are animals made with wire.
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They are very cute!
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They are made with Japanese paper.
When lighted up from inside, they are more and more fantastic.

These are dyed cloth.
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These were made by second-year high school students as the last work.
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They are wonderful!

Then, we’ll introduce some of calligraphic work.
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It took about an hour to complete one work.
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These were made by junior high school students.
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These were made by second-year high school students in calligraphy club as the last work.
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They are so powerful!

They are graduation work made by third-year high school students.
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Amazing!

That’s all!
All of them were so great!
Why don’t you make your work?

Please look forward to our blog being updated.

 

 

2016.2.15diary

The Music Festival

The Music Festival was held at the representative hall in Hiroshima on February 11.
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Each grade sings various songs and strengthened the bond among themselves.
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The music clubs (chorus, guitar, string music and koto club) in our school sing or play each instruments and performed the results of their daily practice.

The Koto Club
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The Classic Guitar Club
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The String Music Club
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The soloists of piano, violin and song performed and moved audience.

There has been a lot of influenzas, so practice was difficult.

That day, however, cultivated our artistic sensitivity.

 

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Second-year senior high school students took part in the training program of lifesaving.
Three staffs from the Japanese Red Cross Society instructed us in this program.
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First, they showed some situations in front of us.
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Then, we put them into practice with friends.
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We also practiced another situation with AED and doll called Little Ann which is made for this training.
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These are practice equipment called Actor.
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We became friends with them at last!
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We understood the importance of lifesaving and courage to make action!!
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Please look forward to our blog being updated.

Today, we will introduce a Japanese language teacher.
He is interested in a large number of things and an intellectual.
We asked him five questions.

Q1. What fascinates you about Japanese?
A1. I don’t know yet.
Q2. What food do you like?
A2. I like Italian food.
Q3. Are you particular about your car?
A3. Yes. I like American cars. I want to drive along the shoreline in a convertible.
Q4. How do you spend your holidays?
A4. I live a cultural life. : Reading, driving, watching movies and so on.
Q5. Lastly, who do you respect?
A5. Jesus Christ, Buddha and Confucius.

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Thank you.

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2016.2.5diary

February ~ Setsubun

The construction to make the auditorium is being done by leveling a mountain.

The mountain became smaller and so we could see the neighboring school.
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What kind of vocational school do you think it is?
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The answer is in the picture.
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February 3rd was the day of Setusbun.
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On the day of Setsubun, people scatter roasted soybeans to drive out evil spirits.
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February 4th is the first day of spring by the lunar calendar.
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It’s already spring according to the calendar, but it’s still cold.

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Each of the students puts mascots on their school bag in order to distinguish it from the others.
In this way, we appeal to individuality.
There are a lot of unique mascots.
We’ll introduce some of them!!

This is Disney’s princess’s dress.
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“Gude-tama”~character of egg
This character is popular in Japan.
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Jelly fish!   This is very real.
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Seesaa
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Seesaa is an amulet of lion in Okinawa.
This is a gift of Okinawa?
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This mushroom with a mustache is dandy.
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Astronaut!!
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Extraterrestrial??
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amazing(≧◇≦)
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35students and 3 teachers from Paku-mun Senior High School in Incheon, Korea visited our school on January 30th.
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We said good bye after we exchanged greetings, because we had so little time.
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We gave each of them message cards which were in clear files decorated with a painting of our school. Please look at the part of them.

We tried writing in the Hangul (Korean) Alphabet.
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The students and teachers went sightseeing in Miyajima and then, stayed at our students’ homes that night.
We hope they enjoyed Hiroshima and Japan!!

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