(the Second Year Students at Junior High School)
I) On may 12th, We began to prepare for the annual school trip to Mt.Daisen for second year junior high school students.
We wanted to enjoy the school trip to Mt.Daisen as result of good preparation in advance!
The first step was deciding what each student’s “Kakari” would be. After we decided on our Kakari, the next step was to have meetings where the Kakari confirmed the job of each member.
“Kakari” is a Japanese word whose meaning changes depending on how it is used.
If you are the “English Kakari” for your homeroom, you perform tasks for the English teachers, such as collecting notebooks from the students and carrying messages from the teacher to the students, for example, the pages in the textbook that the students must review before they take a test.
If you are the “recreation Kakari” for a school trip, you plan and oversee recreational activities such as map reading, quiz games, and so on.
In short, your kakari is your area of responsibility.
II) We began to make flags to use at the top of Mt.Daisen.
Everyone brought different things to put on the flag and sewed them on the flag.
We wrote words on the flag, too.
Each group was going to bring its flag to the top of Mt.Daisen and take pictures with it.
We wanted the flags to be something we were going to be satisfied with.
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