Level 5 students had a field trip to Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) on October 30th. There are about 200 students who take a Japanese class at GT. We observed one of the classes where students participated in speaking activities. The class was challenging but they had a lot of fun talking with college students.
After the observation, we attended to an information session from the academic advisor of the School of Modern Languages.
We also had a lunch time with GT Japanese students to talk about their campus life and their study abroad programs.
Level 5 students interviewed Nakanishi-sensei who is a Japanese instructor at GT. Students did very well in asking questions using KEIGO, the business Japanese.
Finally, we had a campus tour with student ambassadors. We were impressed by their beautiful campus and a variety of facilities.
Thanks to Japanese teachers and students of Georgia Tech for all the arrangements, and Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Snedeker as our wonderful chaperones! ありがとうございました！