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  • 1. EDUCATION-Enhancing students’ lives Daryl R. Imanishi J-Leap (Japanese Language Education Assistants Program) Orientation May 24, 2012 Urawa Institute, JapanFriday, May 25, 12
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  • 4. About J-Leap... This program brings Japanese Language teaching assistants to the U.S. K-12 educational institutions to strengthen their Japanese language programs as well as creating opportunities to nurture a new generation of qualifies teachers of Japanese language. The program has begun in 2011 and is jointly administrated by The Japan Foundation and The Laurasian Institution.Friday, May 25, 12
  • 5. With great power comes great responsibilityFriday, May 25, 12
  • 6. About Me... Exchange student (Doshisha University) Japan Exchange and Teaching Program Assistant Principal Teacher Leader/Team Leader Japanese Teacher (Public / International School) Japanese Language Organization PresidentFriday, May 25, 12
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  • 9. Leadership & FollowershipFriday, May 25, 12
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  • 13. FRIENDLY, but not a friend Where is the teacher and student handbook?Friday, May 25, 12
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  • 15. Important Reminder for StudentsStudents, the following items must be left in your locker at the beginning of each school day: • Backpacks • Skateboards/scooters • Head attire (head attire for religious purposes is permitted)Also, during the school day you are required to follow a fairly simple dress code. The idea isthat, for the six hours of the school day, you respect each other and the staff members bydressing appropriately for learning. The following items are not allowed: • Sagging pants • Spaghetti straps or exposed bra straps • Shirts that expose the midriff or cleavage • Shorts and skirts (with or without leggings) shorter than your fingertips when your arms are down • Sunglasses (inside the building)If you cannot abide by these rules, you will be asked to change your clothes or you will be senthome. Students – dress for success! dress for successFriday, May 25, 12
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  • 17. What would you do if a student is wearing inappropriate clothing?Friday, May 25, 12
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  • 19. Know the scheduleFriday, May 25, 12
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  • 24. Public/ PrivateFriday, May 25, 12
  • 25. Magnet SchoolFriday, May 25, 12
  • 26. Charter SchoolFriday, May 25, 12
  • 27. North/ SouthFriday, May 25, 12
  • 28. ImmersionFriday, May 25, 12
  • 29. Parent ExpectationsFriday, May 25, 12
  • 30. What would you do if you had a parent stop you in the hall and start to complain about the Japanese program?Friday, May 25, 12
  • 31. Diversity of students mother tongue/home culture convince parents that their child will be fineFriday, May 25, 12
  • 32. Elective? Compulsory?Friday, May 25, 12
  • 33. Language Focus- communication International Baccalaureate (IB) Advanced Placement (AP)Friday, May 25, 12
  • 34. Resources Teacher Leaders Student Leaders Parent Leaders Secretaries CustodiansFriday, May 25, 12
  • 35. What do you do if a students wants to be your friend on Facebook?Friday, May 25, 12
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  • 40. Credits Spiderman-Marvel Comics Presentation Skills-http://www.flickr.com/photos/ o5com/5220980010/sizes/m/in/photostream/ http://acreelman.blogspot.jp/2010/12/think-before- you-post.htmlFriday, May 25, 12
  • 41. You are detectives... Break into groups of 3-4 View the different information about each school. -What can you tell about each school? -What questions do you have? -Compare these US schools to Japanese schoolsFriday, May 25, 12
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  • 43. EDUCATION-Enhancing students’ lives Contact information: drimanishi@gmail.com twitter: @Daryl_I Linkedin: Daryl Imanishi flickr: Daryl IFriday, May 25, 12