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Anime Club - Day 1 Presentation


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Anime Club - Day 1 Presentation

  1. 1. The Anime Club<br />At Chestatee High School<br />As you all walk in, please fill in the information on the sign-in sheet and take a seat.<br />Club Fees - $15<br />(Mostly for T-shirts)<br />
  2. 2. What We Do<br />Watch and learn about different types of anime<br />Learn about the Japaneseculture<br />Act as a family with this common interest<br />Help each other to better characterize ourselves, draw, or write<br />
  3. 3. Rules<br />Obviously, all the standard school rules apply.<br />Raise your hand if you would like to speak – do not speak until you have been called upon.<br />Be respectful to others and of other Animes.<br />Do not interrupt.<br />Pay attention to the speaker.<br />No destroying the classroom and put everything back where you found it. Be nice to this room, it’s the only one we have.<br />NO. TEXTING.<br />
  4. 4. Who’s In charge this year<br />President – Morgan Ortlauf<br />Vice President – Katie Hunter<br />Secretary – Lindsey Lee<br />
  5. 5. Vocabulary Lesson<br />And now, an anime-related<br />
  6. 6. The more important to keep in mind<br />First. The negatives.<br />
  7. 7. Weeaboo - Any self-proclaiming anime fan who alienates themselves from their own society and assimilate into the Japanese culture from which they know little-to-none about; using their so-called anime knowledge as a guide, which destined them to ultimate failure in assimilation. As far as anime goes, they know only little. <br />For example, the average weeaboo knows only Americanized anime; preferably uncut with jap. audio and Eng. subs ( E.g. Naruto, DBZ, Bleach, HaruhiSuziyama, Lucky Star, etc...) and memorized every japanese song from their favorite shows.<br />Otaku – Literally means fanatic. Otaku are obsessed Japanese anime and manga fans. (While it has negative connotations in Japan to be called otaku, in America and the international anime community this term is more flexible.)<br />Weeaboos and Otaku<br />
  8. 8. The less scary vocab section<br />And now. For more terms.<br />
  9. 9. Manga – Japanese comics<br />Mangaka – A creator of Japanese comics<br />Shōjo - Manga marketed to a female audience roughly between the ages of 10 and 18<br />Shōnen – Same as Shōjo except for Male audiences<br />Mecha – Animes based around mechanical things, like robots.<br />Steampunk – Steampunk involves a setting where steam power is still widely used—usually the Victorian era Britain—that incorporates elements of either science fiction or fantasy<br />Doujinshi – Self-published works<br />Scanlation – The scanning and translating of comics into a foreign language<br />Manga Vocab<br />
  10. 10. Anime – Japanese animated cartoons<br />Raw – Original anime in its original language<br />Subs – short for subtitled<br />Dubs – short for dubbed, meaning, voiced-over in a different language than the original<br />AMV – Anime Music Video<br />OP – Short for an anime’s opening sequence<br />OST – Short for Original Sound Track<br />Seiyuu – Voice actor<br />CMV – CosplayMusic Video<br />Anime vocab<br />
  11. 11. Roleplaying – To act like a character, basically. This can be portrayed through text, speech, or even actions.<br />Cosplaying – It’s dressing up as a character and acting like them, generally done at cons<br />Cons – Conventions. Can be for Anime, video games, comics, etc. Comic Con is one of America’s most well known.<br />More Anime vocab<br />
  12. 12. See you next month!<br />That will be all, have a nice day. <br />