Activity Photos from room 310

What’s happening in room 310? We enjoy experiencing cultural activities from holidays and popular events in Japan. Visitors from our sister schools share their presentations and fun games. We focus on learning as fun activities!

  •  3rd Floor

    3rd Floor

  •  room 310

    room 310

  •  Room 310

    Room 310

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    Room 310

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    room 310

  •  Room 310

    Room 310

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    Room 310

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    Room 310

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    Room 310

  •  Room 310

    Room 310

  •  Room 310

    Room 310

  •  2018 Holiday Door Decoration

    2018 Holiday Door Decoration

  •  Setsubun in February

    Setsubun in February

  •  Ema making for New Year Celebrtation activities

    Ema making for New Year Celebrtation activities

  •  Koma play

    Koma play

  •  Group Activity with Japanese students

    Group Activity with Japanese students

  •  Group activities with Japanese students

    Group activities with Japanese students

  •  Onigiri Action!

    Onigiri Action!

  •  Oshi-zumo!

    Oshi-zumo!

  •  Making onigiri for Onigiri Action

    Making onigiri for Onigiri Action

  •  Onigiri Action!

    Onigiri Action!

  •  Onigiri Action

    Onigiri Action

  •  Mamemaki starts soon!

    Mamemaki starts soon!

  •  Eating Futomaki!

    Eating Futomaki!

  •  Bon Odori practice

    Bon Odori practice

  •  Summer Festival activities

    Summer Festival activities

  •  Summer Festival activities

    Summer Festival activities

  •  Summer Festival activities

    Summer Festival activities

  •  Summer Festival activities

    Summer Festival activities

  •  Calligraphy

    Calligraphy

  •  Calligraphy

    Calligraphy

  •  Calligraphy

    Calligraphy

  •  Cooking demonstration

    Cooking demonstration

  •  Cooking demonstration

    Cooking demonstration

  •  Mochi making

    Mochi making

  •  Mochi making

    Mochi making

  •  Mochi making

    Mochi making

  •  Rakugo presentation

    Rakugo presentation

  •  Rakugo presentation

    Rakugo presentation

  •  kami-zumo!

    kami-zumo!

  •  kami-zumo!

    kami-zumo!

  •  Takoyaki making!

    Takoyaki making!

  •  Takoyaki making!

    Takoyaki making!

  •  New Year Celebrations

    New Year Celebrations

  •  New Year Celebrations

    New Year Celebrations

  •  New Year Celebrations

    New Year Celebrations

  •  Igo workshop

    Igo workshop

  •  Igo workshop

    Igo workshop

  •  Hiragana practice in a field!

    Hiragana practice in a field!

  •  Design Thinking activity

    Design Thinking activity

  •  Be ready for green scereen photo shooting

    Be ready for green scereen photo shooting

  •  Omoiyari

    Omoiyari "Emphathy" projects

  •  Omoiyari

    Omoiyari "Emphathy" projects

  •  Omoiyari

    Omoiyari "Emphathy" projects

  •  Annual event presentation

    Annual event presentation

  •  Annual event presentation

    Annual event presentation

  •  Cooking presentation

    Cooking presentation

  •  a break time!

    a break time!

  •  kanji exercise

    kanji exercise

  •  a card game for pre-communiative activities

    a card game for pre-communiative activities

  •  hiragana activity

    hiragana activity

  •  Hiragana activity

    Hiragana activity

  •  Hiragana game in the field

    Hiragana game in the field

  •  Hiragana game in the field

    Hiragana game in the field

  •  serious learning

    serious learning

  •  video presentation (cooking)

    video presentation (cooking)

  •  video presentation (cooking)

    video presentation (cooking)

  •  Design Thinking: syllabus

    Design Thinking: syllabus

  •  Design Thinking: presentation

    Design Thinking: presentation

  •  group sharing in the class

    group sharing in the class

  •  Group writing

    Group writing

  •  group writing

    group writing

  •  Writing Sample (JPN2)

    Writing Sample (JPN2)

  •  Interpretive activity

    Interpretive activity

  •  small group presentaton

    small group presentaton

  •  Interpretive activity

    Interpretive activity

  •  Data gathering

    Data gathering

  •  4-koma activity

    4-koma activity

  •  Data analyzing

    Data analyzing

  •  Data analyzing

    Data analyzing

  •  Interpretive activity

    Interpretive activity

  •  Most Artistic No. 1: Chau N.

    Most Artistic No. 1: Chau N.

  •  Most Artistic No. 2: Jennifer L.

    Most Artistic No. 2: Jennifer L.

  •  Most Artistic No. 3: Nhi T.

    Most Artistic No. 3: Nhi T.

  •  Most Artistic No. 4: Emily Y

    Most Artistic No. 4: Emily Y

  •  Most Artistic No. 5: Cindy F

    Most Artistic No. 5: Cindy F

  •  Most Artistic No. 6: Sarah H.

    Most Artistic No. 6: Sarah H.

  •  Most Comical No. 1: Sabrina L.

    Most Comical No. 1: Sabrina L.

  •  Most Comical No. 2: Solomon L

    Most Comical No. 2: Solomon L

  •  Most Comical No. 3: Katrina W.

    Most Comical No. 3: Katrina W.

  •  Most Comical No. 4: Lauren N.

    Most Comical No. 4: Lauren N.

  •  Most Comical No. 5: Emily F

    Most Comical No. 5: Emily F

  •  Most Original No. 1: Karen G.

    Most Original No. 1: Karen G.

  •  Most Original No. 2: Sayla D.

    Most Original No. 2: Sayla D.

  •  Most Original No. 3: Rachel N.

    Most Original No. 3: Rachel N.

  •  Most Original No. 4: Madison R.

    Most Original No. 4: Madison R.

  •  Most Original No. 15: Chris W.

    Most Original No. 15: Chris W.

Project Based Learning (PBL- omoiyari projects / activities)

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Logo designed by Jennifer Lei

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“Omoiyari” is a Japanese word to describe the ability to look at a situation from another point of view. It is the basis of caring relationships and allows us to connect and understand those who may be different from ourselves. Students in the Japanese program have opportunities to learn “Omoiyari” concepts through various units related to Japanese modern cultures. We hope that, through PBL activities, students will deepen their knowledge in current social issues and compare & contrast their situations, people in Japan and around the world. They take actions to connect, listen, build relationships, and care for others. Here are their stories to share how “Omoiyari” can lead a mindset that promotes an understanding of others.