Kumamoto Orientation 2015

Thank you to everyone who came out for Kumamoto Orientation! About 40 new ALTs from Kumamoto Prefecture and Kumamoto City gathered for two and a half days of workshops, booths, japanese classes, and enjoyable times in general. Also a special thanks to all our experienced JET volunteers, Orientation would not have been such a great success without all of your hard work!

Here are some online versions of information handed out during Kumamoto Orientation:
(Please continue to check this space for further updates, as more files will be made available over the next few days.)

ES/JHS Roleplay Workshopsample lesson plan

Appliances and Electronics by Malcolm Crang – booth handoutunabridged information
Eikaiwa by James Pashley – booth handouts: tips sheetresources
Exploring Kumamoto by Chris Hester and Laura McGhee – powerpoint presentation
Housekeeping in Japan by Taylor Blades – booth handoutunabridged information
Japanese Language Study by Erika Egner and Jemma Gallagher – booth handout
KumAJET by Kay Schultz – event calendar
LGBTQ in Kumamoto by Karmen Rabe and Sam McDowall – booth handout
Money Matters by Ardeley Sihite – unabridged information
Office and Enkai Etiquette by Sara Brown – booth handout
Special Needs Education by Zak Repman – booth handout
Women’s Health and Safety by Julia Green – health board information and booth handout