Mamoru Miyano & Nana Mizuki - Orpheus (Uta no Prince-sama Maji Love 1000% opening)
Animelo Summer Live 2013 (Day 3)
Ohmygosh videos from Animelo are surfacing!!!! Mamoyannnnn!!!
Snow in Tokyo ~ photo Yuya Shino / Reuters
Japanese women in kimonos walk during heavy snowfall at Toshimaen amusement park in Tokyo, as they attend a ceremony celebrating Coming of Age Day, Jan. 14, 2013. Youths across Japan are honoured with special coming-of-age ceremonies when they reach the age of 20.
I’m debating with myself now, there is are a few otome games I wanna get (they are super cheap now, almost 50% off Limited edition versions too) BUT I don’t have a P.O Box anymore, so I will have to have it shipped home ;A:) but it’s a game right??? A Harmless less game ??? Not even VK related or Yaoi (<-which will get me kicked out) just a video game, right???
If something happens to it, I just do not want a repeat of what happened when I was in highschool! (Had a Yaoi manga come home, parents got it first, all hell broke out)
I can’t miss this opportunity!! I have a few weeks to decide, need more time to weigh the pros and cons of this =w=)
So you’re a teacher-in-training or a professional teachers’ aid? Good luck! Classrooms are the hardest job-sites in the world, and kids can be the most gruelling co-workers, but there’s always something that makes it worth it (if not forever).I want to be an English teacher/professor in Japan one day so for experience I’m working in highschool :) I’m not officially training yet but trying to get some experience for when I apply (^^)
many snowSuch winter
This is irrationally funny.
The last one is killing me.
I didn’t’ get a chance to write about this yesterday (Studying like mad for an exam which I might have done crappy in)
I started my placement at a 9th grade Math and English class. When we first went for training we were told we will be working with students outside of classrooms in small groups, like lunch time/after school study periods but to my surprise I was placed in the classrooms. So I will be part of the classrooms and expected to help out in lessons.
My first class was an applied 9th grade English class, I didn’t do much expect introduce myself since they were watching a movie. So nothing much expect I learned that students are not the most behaved bunch (=w=).
So then after I went to my next class, an applied math class (some of the students were from the English class) and introduced myself once more. Actually just as I entered the class a student was hoping from desk to desk, so that was interesting. Anyways, I was done with my introduction and all of a sudden questions were being fired. Teacher had them ask one at a time. Some of them included “Are you Somali?” “Are you freshman?” “How are old are you?” <- the last question reminded me of when I was warned to make sure the teachers know my face/name since apparently look like one of the students =///=)
Answered most expect age one, they can calculate it ;P
It was the Math class that I was worried about because being honest math is not my strongest subject, never was. Also, it’s been years since I did any real math with equations etc (so nearly panicked thinking I will be useless) BUT I remembered!! It all came back to me and I was able to help out everyone who came to me properly :’D (thank you god)
I think my first day went well, and made a good impression (hopefully)
I also saw some students who I knew for years, since they were little so it a was pleasant surprise (also some familiar faces popped in to look) I guess word of me being there spread :’D