I got 'English Classwork' titled in Japanese '英語教育' featuring my posting passage. The passage I wrote and contributed was more than one year ago, so the passage is a bit older than what I am now doing, but it reminds readers the importance of checking each person's pronunciation, and facilitation of reading (uttering) sentences. Though I am not checking the pronunciation precisely as what I used to one year ago, I could not help thinking to restart the activity from the next school year.
Yesterday was 62th graduation ceremony in the school I work for. I have been a homeroom teacher in the past 3 years since the graduates entered this school. My class was fun, friendly, interesting, and warm-hearted. Thanks to them, I have been able to spend really meaningful life. Maybe, I will not be able to meet such wonderful members as a homeroom teacher. In contrast with previous class I were in charge of several years ago, I have been able to see my class objectively, and take concrete steps to manage, lead, and consult the class. Previous time was my first try as a homeroom teacher, so I felt like I was in a dark tunnel until they graduated. But in this time, knowing I can exit the tunnel someday, I was able to enjoy this three years pretty much. I appreciate my colleague,vice principal, and principal, and of course I would like to thank my wife for her dedicated support. Thank you all members of this class, and I will never forget memories with you.