During my sophomore, junior, and senior (10th, 11th, and 12th) years in high school, a new world opened before my eyes. While attending a history class one day in what was either 1997 or 1998, an American man approached the front of the room, having been invited to introduce his class: Japanese language. From the moment I saw this teacher, Mr. Hopkins was his name, I became intent on learning the Japanese language.
Map of Japan (top)
Map of Japan (bottom)
Musunde Song (front)
Yamaguchi-san chi no Tsutomu-kun Song
Sayonara Song (front)
Past Tense Verbs Worksheet
Posted in Middle School and High School Work, School Work
- Tagged 10th grade, 11th Grade, 12th grade, high school, Japanese, language study, Map of Japan, Musunde hiraite song, Piano Song, Sayonara song, Self-introduction, Shoreline School District, Yamaguchi-san Chi no Tsutomu-kun
Started in 2003, this notebook became my first real entry into the world of languages.
Posted in School Work
- Tagged Chinese, dictionary, education, English, French, Japanese, language learning, Marshallese, proverbs, Tibetan, vocabulary