Japanese fashion and schools にほんの ファッションと がっこう Today I would like to talk about Japanese fashion and school life. Things that I would like you to remember.. (1) We will have ongoing quizzes. (2) We will have a group competition at the end! 1st question! What is this? Uniform - せいふく There are 2 types of Japanese girls’ school uniforms; a sailor suit and white shirt with a blazer. Uniform in fashion – せいふくのはやり 2nd question!!! How are Japanese uniforms different to Australian ones? はらじゅくの ファッション 3rd question! Where is Harajuku? (1) In Hiroshima (2) In Tokyo (3) In Kyoto はらじゅくの ファッション Harajuku (原宿) in Tokyo is said to be the most fashionable area in Japan which has many boutiques, trendy stores and used clothing shops. A lot of Japanese teens dress in many fashion styles ranging from Gothic Lolita, Visual Kei, Ganguro, Gyaru to "cute" kawaii style clothing. Harajuku fashion はらじゅくのファッション Gothic Lolita Harajuku fashion はらじゅくのファッション Ganguro and Gyaru Harajuku fashion はらじゅくのファッション Young adults in Harajuku may also be dressed as anime or manga characters known as cosupure. 4th question! Year 12 girls will wear a formal dress when they graduate from senior secondary. Japanese girls wear Kimono when they graduate from (1) Senior secondary (2) Junior secondary (3) University きもの There are several types of kimono: (1)ゆかた (2)ふりそで (3)はかま Quiz time! Let’s revise the new words! (1)Japanese fashion にほんのファッション Nihon no fasshon (2)Uniform せいふく Seifuku (3)Uniform in fashion せいふくのはやり Seifuku no hayari (4) Harajuku fashion はらじゅくの ファッション Harajuku no fasshon (5) Japanese traditional clothes きもの Kimono Let’s move onto Japanese school life! Lunch - ちゅうしょく Almost all primary and middle school students have lunches prepared for them in the class room. The students take turns in serving the lunches. Shoe cupboard – げたばこ Japanese students take off their shoes before entering the school. Then, they put on a pair of inside shoes (Uwabaki うわばき). Time table (1) – じかんわり Japanese students go to school from Mon to Fri. In most schools, students stay in their homeroom classroom and each subject teacher comes to their classroom. Time table (2) – じかんわり 8:15 - Go to school 8:30 - Morning homeroom 8:35 - 50 mins class × 4 12:30 - Lunch 13:15 - 50 mins class × 2 15:10 - Homeroom and cleaning time (They don’t have cleaners so they clean the classroom by themselves) 15:30 - Club activities 17:30 - Go home After school (1) – club activitiesくらぶ Almost all middle school students take part in a club activity of their choice, such as a sports team, a musical or arts group, or a science club. In my school, the most popular clubs are Brass band, tennis and basketball. After school (2) – Jukuじゅく じゅく is a kind of tutoring. As school class sizes are big, Japanese students need extra study to keep up with the regular school study and entrance exam. Japanese students go to じゅくto improve their exam scores or to prepare for entrance exams. Quiz time! Did you see several differences between your school life and a Japanese school student’s life? Quiz again! Let’s revise the new words! (4) じかんわりjikanwari→ (1) せいふくseifuku→ time schedule uniform (2) ちゅうしょくchushoku→ (5) くらぶ kurabu→ club activity lunch (3) げたばこgetabako→ (6) じゅく juku→ tutoring/ cram school shoe cupboard Listening quiz! りかさん かおりさん Age, nationality, year level at school and sports Age, year level at school, likes, and after school Which group won? Thanks for listening If you have any further question, please feel free to ask me. And, Arigatou gozaimashita!
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