| | Re: I my me mine in Japanese classrooms
my partner teacher wanted to teach the chant since that is how she memorized the forms. (she recited them for me in a sing song manner). i agree that chanting doesn't tell you how to use each word though. so we modified the chant with a little added japanese.
we also went around a circle, with one student saying "I" then the class shouting "ha"
and continued with
my/no, me/wo, mine/nomono.
apparently there is also a jpop tune called "i, my, me, mine" by polysic that could be used in japanese classes. i haven't heard it myself though, so i'm not sure if it ichinensei friendly.