By Erica David
A narrative approximately Storyteller Tyrone on a trek around the wilderness. he is on his option to the Arabian All-Star expertise express on the Oasis. On his means he comes throughout a few hindrances and he makes associates alongside the way in which who turn out supporting him with these stumbling blocks. those new neighbors additionally attend the convey. His first situation used to be a bunch of palm timber that moved to dam his means. Uniqua the Tree Charmer performs his flute to which the palm bushes start to sway and circulate out of how. moment quandary was once a sandstorm that swept them up into the air yet fortunately Pablo, grasp of Storms used to be close by. He used his employees and an outdated relatives mystery to prevent the typhoon. 3rd situation was once an outdated rickety bridge and thanks to the hurricane they are operating overdue for the expertise express. with the intention to make it in time they have to pass the bridge. whereas crossing, the ropes holiday and the forums fall from beneath them. As they are falling Austin, Carpet Pilot, top notch saves them together with his magic carpet. Carpet Pilot Austin finally ends up giving them a experience to the Oasis. The 4 tourists arrive simply because the final performer leaves the degree and the host Tasha is ready to announce the winner. Tyrone yells, "Wait! Wait!" and they are given a chance to provide an explanation for what occurred to them on their trip to the exhibit. Host Tasha desires to listen it! Tyrone and his 4 new pals inform the tale in their event. Host Tasha thinks it is the most fun tale she's ever heard in order that they received first prize.
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Until the late 1970s the general attitude towards Japan's young 'returnees'those children who return from residence overseas was not necessarily positive (ISEK, 1995). They were often perceived as 'problem kids' (Yashiro, 1995a) because they could not adjust to mainstream Japanese culture and its education system (Goodman, 1990). Teachers who received returnees in their classes were concerned about the academic progress of these pupils and found their ability to handle the standard Japanese curriculum to be behind that of the average Japanese child (ISEK, 1995).
In Chapter 2, Kazue Aizawa explains the situation at Japanese Saturday Schools in the UK. She mentions that within a total of only 80 hours a year (40 Saturdays a year with two hours' teaching each Saturday) it is hard to follow the same national curriculum set for children in Japan. She also adds that having to be able to read and write 2000 Chinese characters during the nine years of compulsory education poses a real difficulty for both the pupils and for the teachers. Next, Michael Garman reviews the normal development of English by native British children for the purpose of giving a basis for comparison with Japanese children's acquisition of English.
Yamamoto, M. (1991) Bairingaru. Tokyo: Taishukan. Page 13 Yashiro, K. (1991) Kikokusei no bairingarizumu. In J. Maher and K. Yashiro (eds) Nihon no bairingarizum (pp. 61-92). Tokyo: Kenkyusha. Yashiro, K. (1995a) Japan's returnees. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 16, 139-64. Yashiro, K. (1995b) The right to speak: Language maintenance in Japan. C. Maher and G. Macdonald (eds) Diversity in Japanese Culture and Language (pp. 227-48). London: Kegan Paul. Page 15 PART 1: LANGUAGE LEARNING AND JAPANESE CHILDREN IN THE UK Page 17 Chapter 1 Statistical Overview of Japanese Children in the UK and Language Environment Survey Asako Yamada-Yamamoto Statistical Overview of Japanese Children in the UK.