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Unread Nov 14th, 2011, 04:15 am
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Hello Everyone!

My name is Ariel and I'm an EFL/ESL teacher over in Japan. I am currently working as the Head Teacher at a small eikaiwa (English language school) where my primary levels are kindergarten and infants. I also teach senior citizens and middle schoolers. \

I would consider myself a very organized, creative teacher who would often rather make my own materials than buy them (I built an entire felt crepe shop for my kinders and am currently working on a hamburger stand). My primary objective for my kindergarteners is for them to find English fun and also to excel in phonics, so that when they get to the textbook level of their schooling, they are prepared to read.

I'm hoping to use this forum to help exchange ideas for interactive English games and methods of study, as kindergarteners rarely enjoy flashcards. I'm looking forward to getting to know all of you!
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Default Re: Hello from Kyoto Japan!

Hi Ariel,
Welcome to the forums! I envy you living in Kyoto - I visited once and loved it.
Hope we'll see lots of posts from you. It's been quiet round here recently - we need to perk it up a bit
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Hello, it feels great to have another kindergarten teacher out there! I hope we'll exchange ideas soon
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Thank you both very much!

Sue- I'll do my best, haha~

Beatrix- excellent! What country do you teach in? Looking forward to the exchange as well!
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Hello from Hwaseong, Korea. Also just started (about a month ago) teaching Kindergarten.
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Welcome to the forums, Balio!
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