A particular category of numbers called integers includes the digits zero, as well as positive and negative numbers. We emphasize that the positive and negative signs on integers, as well as learning how to represent the positive and negative integers on the number line, are all things that our M1/2 students are already familiar with. Having applied all these we can now imagine that for M1/2, classifying and recognizing numbers is simple. (T. Sheethal)
Toshogu Shrine : Nikkō Tōshō-gū is a Tōshō-gū Shinto shrine located in Nikkō, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Together with Futarasan Shrine and Rinnō-ji, it forms the Shrines and Temples of Nikkō UNESCO World Heritage Site, with 42 structures of the shrine included in the nomination. (Wikipedia)
Edo Wonderland: Edo Wonderland Nikko Edomura is a Japanese cultural theme park in the Kinugawa Onsen area of Nikkō, Tochigi. The park resurrects and showcases the life and culture of the Edo period. The park’s design is based on the Edo period’s golden era known as Genroku. (Wikipedia)
Oshino-Hakkai: Oshino Hakkai are the eight springs found in Oshino, Yamanashi, Japan. The aquifer water from Mount Fuji comes out to the ground to form these springs. They are a Natural monument of Japan, part of the Mount Fuji World Heritage Site, and one of Yamanashi Prefecture’s important tourist attractions. (Wikipedia)
Seniors’ night was cherished by SEP students at the Waterside dining. The dinner celebration serves as their farewell to their friends, a celebration of a successful night, and an opportunity to wish their friends luck on their future educational and career journeys.
The admissions and exam day for incoming MEP students is March 4, 2023. Application forms for seats in the Mini English Program classroom were filed by thirty (30) pupils from local primary schools. Meanwhile, the screening took place in English which application process involved an afternoon interview with foreign teachers and a morning testing.
March 5, 2023: Interview for Smart English Program (SEP) applicants. This study program will only be accepting two (2) students among the seven (7) applicants.
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment, abbreviated in English as CEFR or CEF or CEFRL, is a guideline used to describe the achievements of learners of foreign languages across Europe and, increasingly, in other countries. The CEFR is also intended to make it easier for educational institutions and employers to evaluate the language qualifications of candidates for education admission or employment.
MEP-SEP opened an exhibition to incoming freshmen students showcasing the program’s academic outputs, and fun and interactive games whilst other select students participated by exhibiting their innovative projects.
The first generation to participate in the colloquium presenting a breadth of research on “Peer Tutoring for Reading Fluency” this year was M5/3. Additionally, the seminar serves as a capstone of the student’s English language instruction, particularly in terms of research paper writing.