JET Programme Japan Self-Introduction Presentation for a Junior High School
by Susanne Newton, Librarian at - on Sep 13, 2011
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This is a self-introduction presentation I used for a Junior High School. We started the class with all the students standing up, shaking hands with five other students and saying 'nice to meet you'. ...
This is a self-introduction presentation I used for a Junior High School. We started the class with all the students standing up, shaking hands with five other students and saying 'nice to meet you'. I then went through this presentation, which takes about 15-20 minutes, pausing at the part about Australian food – Vegemite – to pass around a tube of Vegemite which students could smell, or if they were brave, take a taste of. Most don't like the taste, which is part of the fun! After the presentation, the class stood up and we went through the quiz. If a student answered correctly, they could choose to have the students in the row next to them horizontally or vertically sit down, until all questions are answered. For the last 15 minutes of the class I played a game of Fruit Basket, where one chair is taken away so one student is standing. That student must say 'My name is... I...' e.g. 'My name is Suki and I like tennis.' Every student who likes tennis stands up and rushes to another seat, leaving one person standing. That student must come to the front of the class and say something different. Good ones for moving everyone would be ones like, 'My name is Suki and I am Japanese'.
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