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  • 2011年02月16日Skypeで姉妹校の生徒と対話

    ミズーリ州(アメリカ)のKansas Cityにある私たちの姉妹校St. Teresa’s Academyとは,いまなお交流を続けています。

    ~~先月の1月のこと~~
     3年の数理Aコースの授業のなかで,わたしたちのいる三重県や自分たちの街について紹介した手紙を書き,St. Teresa’s Academyの友達宛てに郵送しました。友達との手紙のやりとりなので,みんなそれぞれに絵も加えたりして心を込めて準備しました。伊勢神宮や鈴鹿サーキットの観光地だけでなく,松阪牛や津ギョウザなど,おすすめの食べ物も紹介しました。アメリカ側の生徒たちに少しでも三重県について意識や興味を増やしてもらえたら嬉しいと思います。


    ~~2月16日(水)のこと~~
     今朝は,初めてSkypeでアメリカの姉妹校の生徒と話しました。
    3年の数理Acのうちの9人が,St. Teresa’s AcademyへSkypeをするために朝早く7:30までに登校し,国際交流室のパソコンを利用して電話をかけました。アメリカの友達と35分ほど話をすることができ,声だけではなくWebcamを使って話し相手の顔も見ながら話せたので,とても嬉しかったです。自己紹介や相手の国のイメージやお互いの好きな歌手(Justin Bieber!)のことなどいろいろな話もできて,世界が少し近くなったような気がします。

  • 2011年02月02日Speeches 帰国を前に・・・留学生のスピーチ 〈2月の集会にて〉

    今日は2月の全校集会がありました。
    留学生にとっては,来週の2月10日が二人の最後の登校日となります。
    残すところあと数日の学園生活となった今,その心境をスピーチしてくれました。


    ☆Imogen Weafer
    Good morning, everyone.
    As of today Rose and I have only 11 days left in Japan. I’m sure that Rose, like me, is not looking forward to leaving. It is amazing how quickly the time has passed. When I first arrived, 3 months seemed like a long time, but now, looking back, it seems so short. Although the time we spent here was not long, it has been an unforgettable experience. Everyone here at Saint Joseph Joshi Gakuen has made us feel so welcome. Everyone has been kind, helpful, patient and including.

    I would like to take this opportunity today to thank all the people who helped make our stay so fantastic. First, I would like to thank my host family, who have been kind enough to welcome me into their house for 3 months and have taken me to so many wonderful places. Thank you. Second, I would like to thank Sister Saito for giving us the opportunity to experience life as a student at this school. She has made us feel so welcome and shown us great kindness. I’d also like to thank all of the teachers and students who have had me in their classes over the past 3 months. I know it was hard, especially because I cannot speak Japanese, but everyone always went out of their way to help me, and I always felt like a part of the class. Thank you. Finally, I’d like to thank my homeroom class, 4B, who have made every day so much fun and worked so hard to make sure I was included. I will never forget all the good times we had together. Thank you.

    It is so hard to believe I have such little time left here. I do not want to go home and wish I could stay longer. I will always remember my time at Saint Joseph and all the new friends I have made. I feel so lucky to have been able to experience life here and will always remember the time I spent here as one of the best times of my life. Thank you everyone for making my experience so enjoyable, and thank you for listening.









    ☆Rose Counsell
    Good morning, everyone.
    I would like to take this chance to talk about my experiences in Japan and all the fun times I’ve had so far. Even though Imogen and I have only 2 more weeks or so left, I hope we will continue to experience and appreciate more Japanese culture and learn more Japanese language. The truth is, in 3 weeks, I will start university in Sydney. I hadn’t thought of what I would do there before, but now I know. The kindness of the students and teachers at this school and the patience and wisdom with which they taught me more about Japan have heavily influenced my decision to continue with Japanese. I will now be studying Japanese until I graduate in 2013. I also hope to come to Japan again during these years to study at a university linked with mine. It is due to all your kindness towards me that I have chosen to do this. I have had many exciting experiences since I came to Japan, including discovering vending machines at every corner, taking pictures of amusing English, and playing in the snow. But I know that the most important experiences that I have had are all the different memories I have made with all of you, and I know that these are memories that I will never forget. You have accepted me with open hearts and minds and tried your best to include me in all the classes and during lunchtime, too. Outside of school, you also included me when we went shopping, bowling and to sing karaoke together. Even though we have only know each other for a short period of time, I feel like I’ve been here forever, being able to chat freely with friends, participate in normal classes, and meet up over the weekends. So now I would like to thank all of you from the bottom of my heart for such an eye-opening and enlightening experience.
    To my teachers – thank you for looking out for me even while you were trying to teach the other students. I really appreciate it.
    To the principal – thank you so much for inviting and allowing Imogen and I to come to this special school and experience Japanese life.
    Finally, the biggest thanks to my class, 4C. Everyone is so nice to me and always includes me in their conversations, even though I can’t always understand. You have been wonderful from the start, and special thanks for teaching me Japanese slang and puns. I had a lot of fun getting to know everybody, and can’t believe I’m going back so soon. But, I really hope that somehow I’ll be able to meet you all again in the future.
    ありがとうございました。