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サイト紹介文Sesaminとアメリカ人講師の先生達がスクールでの日々のつれづれを書いています。読んでね♬
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  • The Obon Holiday
  • Well, it's official. The Obon holiday has come and gone, and I hope everyone had a great holiday . While not technically an o
    fficial holiday in Japan , it is widely recognized as one, and shops are often closedduring this time. It's usually a time w
    hen Japanese go to their hometowns and spend time with their families . It's quite common for Tokyoites to leave the metropo
    lis and head back to the [続きを読む]
  • Summer Camp 2017 - Day 2
  • In late July and again in early August, as part of its Summer Camp, young students at English Avenue were able to visit the Tokyo
    office of Google at Mori Tower in Roppongi (Roppongi Hills). Our students were quite excited to visit Google and to learn more ab
    out the company. After all, is there anyone who doesn't use Google every day? When we entered the office, our students were g
    reeted with a [続きを読む]
  • Summer Camp 2017 - Day 1
  • A Summer Camp is an excellent way to help children build self-confidence and mingle with kids from various backgrounds & cultures.
    At such camps, children see and learn the importance of teamwork and communication.I still cherish the experiences of summer camps
    I attended in my childhood; hence I couldn’t be more elated when I was informed that I will be participating in conducting a su
    mmer camp f [続きを読む]
  • Hi everyone!!
  • Hi everyone, nice to meet you My name is Rei and I moved to Tokyo 1 month ago, and started working here at English Avenue .Altho
    ugh I have been to Japan many times before, I have never lived here, but I am absolutely loving my stay so farAnd my time here at
    English Avenue with everyone has made my time here even more enjoyable . My parents are Japanese (and so I may look Japanese), b
    ut I was b [続きを読む]
  • Donald Trump: Still Great for TV Ratings
  • It's been fascinating to see what's become of the American presidency in the last six months. It's safe to say th
    at the entire country has been paying attention to the goings-on in Washington with the utmost interest. With the exception of his
    inauguration and first few weeks in office, it never seemed to me that the country paid too much attention to the Obama administ
    ration, especially during [続きを読む]
  • Book Review: Many Lives Many Masters
  • Past life, life after death, reincarnation-these are some of the concepts I have always been intrigued about. Hence when during a
    casual conversation, a friend suggested to read the book 'Many Lives Many Masters', I did not wait for a day to grab my
    copy.The book is by a renowned psychiatrist Dr Brian Weiss, about his real life experiences with one of his patients-Catherine. Ca
    therine suffers from [続きを読む]
  • Buckle Up for the Typhoon!
  • A strong typhoon is currently hitting Japan , but thankfully it has no attacked Tokyo yet. It may finally arrive in Tokyo on Wedne
    sday, but by then it might be downgraded to a tropical storm. Of course, the weather would still be pretty terrible, but at least
    it would not be a full-blown typhoon. Having been in Japan for several years, I have faced my share of typhoons. All have been rat
    her terrib [続きを読む]
  • Sending your children to study abroad
  • Sending your children to study abroad: A great learning experience When you teach English as a second language in a foreign countr
    y, you naturally get many questions of various kinds. For example, people ask about my experiences in the United States . They as
    k what it's like there. How is the cultureIs this thing or that a common practiceI often hear some variation of these inquiri
    es. Something t [続きを読む]
  • Egawa kaigan
  • I recently went to Chiba for a daytrip with my family. The thing I like about Chiba is as soon as you cross the aqua line (only 80
    0 each way with an ETC card) it's like you've entered a different world. Gone is the hectic, encroaching metropolis and
    it its place is an abundance of calm, green rice fields. "Growing rice gives you more than poetry will" - Japanese prove
    rb. The main reason for my C [続きを読む]
  • Summer Blockbusters
  • Summertimeis finally here, and that usually means some interesting movies are playing at your local multiplex. Sometimes the movi
    es are quite exciting, and these are the movies we remember for many years. Films like Jurassic Park and Independence Day were b
    ig hits in their day, but they still endure as popular movies. As time goes on, however, the staying power of movies also decrease
    s. Who can [続きを読む]
  • Cool Biz Japan: Not for Workers?
  • The Cool Biz campaign for this summeris in full swing. Salarymen and other professionals are allowed to go to work wearing short
    -sleeve shirts and perhaps other seasonally-appropriate apparel. Japan has been notorious for its harsh working conditions, so it&
    apos;s natural to assume that Cool Biz is a response to that, right Well, maybe not . Of course, it does have the actual effect of
    benefiting wor [続きを読む]
  • The Paris Agreement: What's Next?
  • The world was taken by surprise when President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw the United States from the Paris A
    greement, to which virtually all other countries in the world are signatories. Trump claims that the agreement gives other countri
    es an unfair advantage over the U.S., but the facts don't seem to bear this out. Only two countries have refused to sign
    the Paris [続きを読む]
  • 今年も開催します☆ Summer Camp 2017!
  • English Avenue presents “ Summer Camp 2017 ” 今年もこの季節がやってきました 昨年、初めて訪問してみんな大興奮だったGoogle Japan社ツアーGoogle Japanの中は、とってもユニークで楽しい空間 会社の中を探検したり、実際に働いている外国の人と話したり、一緒にランチをしたり。 次の日には英語の劇を作ったり、Show and Tell で発表したり、英語でプログラミング も学びます 今年も色々なプログラムが盛りだくさんですど [続きを読む]
  • Trump in the News
  • The news about Donald Trump continues to fascinate people from all over the world. It is truly a spectacular thing to see, as w
    e have never seen anything like this as a country before. Less than six months into his presidency , it is not a sure bet at all
    that Trump will complete a full term. We learn something new every day , and sometimes the news breaks every 30 minutes .It never
    seems to s [続きを読む]
  • Trump in the News
  • The news about Donald Trump continues to fascinate people from all over the world. It is truly a spectacular thing to see, as w
    e have never seen anything like this as a country before. Less than six months into his presidency , it is not a sure bet at all
    that Trump will complete a full term. We learn something new every day , and sometimes the news breaks every 30 minutes .It never [続きを読む]
  • あと9日!!【英語でしゃべるDay】いよいよ開催です☆
  • いつも笑い声であふれてます【英語でしゃべるDay】まで、残り9日となりました 前回開催した時は、子供達も参加して、大人と子供が一緒に楽しく、英語を学ばれていました ほとんど英語話せませんという方も参加されていましたが、ネイティブ講師 +日本人講師 のペアでお教えしているので、最初は緊張気味でしたが、すぐに積極的に会話に参加されていらっしゃいました 今回は、なんと 2時間スペシャル 今までは、80分でしたが [続きを読む]
  • Hi everyone!!
  • Hi everyone ,My name's Laurence and I joined English Avenue at the beginning of May.Since joining I've had the pleasure
    to meet some of the students and staff at the school .I come from a small city in England called Bath. It's a beautiful, his
    toric city and is famous for its hot springs , Roman period baths and Georgian architecture. Many tourists come to visit the Roman
    baths and the Thermae Sp [続きを読む]
  • 5月27日(土)【 英語でしゃべるDay 】を開催します!
  • 毎回大盛り上がりの人気イベント【 英語でしゃべるDay 】を5月27日(土)に開催します【 英語でしゃべるDay 】とは・・・その名の通り『英語でとにかくしゃべりまくる日』です 英語を勉強するというより、お茶を飲みながら、リラックスした雰囲気の中で色々な「お題」についておしゃべりし、会話を楽しみますおかしな物語を作ったり、連想ゲームやタロット占いなどもやりますよ楽しいだけでなく、必ず新しい表現を身につけてお帰り頂 [続きを読む]
  • A Trip to Kyoto and Osaka
  • Robin Williams has said, “Spring is nature’s way of saying ? lets party ”.And what better place to have a spring party than the two magnificent cities of Japan ? Kyoto and Osaka .Out of all my recent excursions , the trip to Kyoto and Osaka was the most awaited one , so much so that I planned my parents’ visit to Japan based on the sakura bloom time in Kyoto .So finally we set off on our j [続きを読む]
  • Spring? What Spring?
  • If you live in Tokyo, you've probably noticed something a little strange. Spring has decided to sit this year out, leaving su
    mmer to jump ahead a few months and take its place. I remember having at least a couple of weeks of spring in years past, but I d
    on't ever remember a jump this drastic. Up until the cherry blossoms began blooming (and even a bit into their bloom), it s
    till basically felt [続きを読む]
  • Cherry Blossoms: Here and Gone
  • Here today , gone tomorrow . That's an old American saying , describing how quickly some things come and go. Don't get u
    sed to too many things because they won't last. Such is the case with this year's cherry blossoms. Bad weather ensured
    that they didn't last long. It wasn't unexpected .I had heard from certain folks that rainstorms and wind would likel
    y cause the blooming of the cherry [続きを読む]
  • Tanoshii Tate!!
  • Tate is one of Japan's prominent performing arts that attempts to recreate realistic fighting scenes by working in synchronization with one’s partner. It emphasizes not only the skills and precise movements of the sword, but also shows a deep respect for one’s partner and for the sword itself. We got an opportunity to witness all of these and more last weekend in the Arukas Spring Fest [続きを読む]