Sendai Train Station: Here we are boarding on a bullet train bound to our most awaited sightseeing activity in Hakodate.
Upon arrival we drop to an Old Warehouse to see around and head on filling in our hungry tummies with the healthiest buffet the Japanese way!
Oh by the way, see up for our best group pics while spending some chill time visiting the “Noboribetsu Hokkaido”, “The Former Government Building in Sapporo”, “The Beautiful Otaru Canal” and the artistic “Otaru Music Box Museum”. It was all lots of learning and fun!
And of course, we have to end the story of our wonderful Japan adventure with best solo pose ever! See you next time Japan!
What can we say! British Hills is like home. Now, our NMK- Japan Travel Group is back again for another memories to gain and more friends to keep. What’s more learning together with Japanese high schoolers set an international learning vibe for all!
For this year, our group is taking Japanese cookie baking which is definitely yummy and crunchy!
And before of course, the classes are awesome and definitely interactive!
Here comes Day 2 events in MEP-SEP Boulevard Booth. This time we will be accommodating Primary 6 schoolers from different schools. Our mission is to invite them in our booth and let them play the English Interactive Games.
In the morning, approximately 700 primary students from different schools aroung Bangkok took the entrance test which means our booth staffs get the chance to “Get the Groove the MEP Thing”. That means, both the teachers and the students were having some fun time while waiting for the booth visitors.
Meanwhile, other student staffs were also busy distributing our MEP-SEP pamphlet to the visiting parents and teachers bypassing the booth.
Right after lunch, we were about to get bored came the flock of the cute visitors we have been waiting for. MEP-SEP Booth was fully packed that we find it difficult to move. Despite of that we squeezed and pulled ourselves both visitors and staffs toward the red carpet center of our MEP-SEP Boulevard booth.
Good thing, we were prepared with many ready-to-pick games to accommodate and entertain our little guests. From puzzles, Word Bingo, Spelling Chairs, Remember Me, Encrypt, Word Search, Gap Fills, and Pass Cards. Mind you, winners of the above-mentioned games will exit with wonderful and lovely MEP-SEP Prizes.
By the way, we did have some in-house challenge too like doing an Impromptu Speech in order to bring home pretty cool stuff which is a set of “notebook, pen and a nice key chain”. Other in-house game is the “Pass Cards” in which winners bring home the prize while losers will be branded with the MEP-SEP official stamp on the face. (Imagine how funny it is!)
Yes, again without a doubt having the “Open House” is exhausting but it is also super rewarding!!!
MEPian’s-SEPian’s Challenge: (Write your answers in the comment box. )
Tell us about a game that you played in MEP-SEP Boulevard Booth. (15 words) 25 points
If you are the MEP-SEP staff, tell us about your experience in the booth. (15-30 words) 25 points
Open House for NMK Students – Our Booth, MEP-SEP Boulevard hosting various English Interactive games and fun team dancing and singing. Watch the video below:
What’s more, MEPians were joined by other NMK students dancing the famous YMCA MEP-style. See for yourself:
And we have “The Show” gap fill:
Other games include “The Spelling Chairs” where students were invited to sit and join the spelling marathon. Participants with the highest point will receive special prizes.
Then we have the “Remember Me” game where students are group to three and will memorize the exact lines and orders of words. When time is up, the student participants will write exactly what they remembered. Group that remembers more words will be rewarded.
In short, Day 1 of the Open House was a whole lot of fun, interaction and teamwork.
MEPian’s – SEPian’s Challenge (All essays should be sent via PRIVATE LINE Message.)
For M1/12 : Write a 150- word essay about your “OPEN HOUSE EXPERIENCE”.
For M2/12 , M3/12, M4/3, & M6/3: Write a 250-word essay about your “OPEN HOUSE EXPERIENCE”.