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modify delete 126742 - from Kihara80 (Japan) - 2019-10-17
Others school - "Nursery kids want to exchange Christmas cards!"

Hello!
About 45 Japanese nursery kids (age 4-6) want to exchange Christmas cards with other countories friends! They cannot write English much yet but they can draw and craft
very good. It is the school project to know outside of Japan, hope there are teachers
who are interested in this project and do it together!

Thank you in advance and feel free to contact me!

Regards
Kihara
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modify delete 126263 - from Eri43 (Japan) - 2019-08-30
Primary school - "Small 1st & 2nd Grade class in Tokyo, Japan"

Hello,

Last year I did pen-pals with my small batch of students and it worked out really well! Hoping to try again this year.

My class is a small group of 15 students, split between six 2nd graders and nine 1st graders. We are an international school where the primary language is English, so the children are able to write and read English. I am not so interested in email correspondence, and want to largely send the letters via snail mail. Last year we sent cultural gifts and crafts as well :)

Please email me at aj123g123@gmail.com if you are interested~!


Eri
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modify delete 124797 - from David Kumada127 (Japan) - 2018-11-23
Middle school - "Exchange letters with my teen students!"

Hi,I'd like to start a pen pal project with my 13-14 year-old elementary students (5 girls and 2 boys). They can speak and read quite well, and love listening to music, playing sports and watching anime.
I would like them to write real letters, rather than e-mails, as they say they want to include pictures and little presents, every now and then.
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modify delete 123932 - from Chie80 (Japan) - 2018-09-27
Others school - "Kinder kids want to have pen pals"

Hi, I am Chie and I teach English to 30 kids age 5-7 and they want to have pen pals from other counties. We wish we can exchange not only snail mails but also Skype if it is possible to become friends!
Their English level is beginner but they love drawing and Origami crafts!
If you have interested, please contact me.
Here is my add. chiekihara@gmail.com
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modify delete 123752 - from Rebecca186 (Japan) - 2018-09-19
High school - "Looking for English speaking Penpals"

I have a class of 25 Japanese students and one exchange student from Switzerland. They are freshman at high school in Tokyo, Japan (15-16 years old). I am looking for students of similar age who would like to practice writing in English and sharing culture with my students. My students are in an international course and are pretty good at English, but not fluent, so penpals are encouraged to write in simpler English (ie, not too many idioms or flowery language).
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modify delete 123664 - from Eri43 (Japan) - 2018-09-18
Primary school - "Looking for English speaking pen pals for students in Japan!"

I teach a group of 1st and 2nd grade students in Tokyo, Japan. They range from 6 to 8 years old. It is an international school, so the students can speak and write English. I have about 9 students. If you are interested please let me know! I would like to set this up as quickly as possible.

My email is: aj123g123@gmail.com
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modify delete 123199 - from Eri43 (Japan) - 2018-08-31
Primary school - "Looking for English speaking pen pals for students in Japan!"

Hello,
I teach a group of 9 children aged 7 - 9 in Tokyo, Japan! It is an international school, so the primary language used is English. It would be great to learn about other cultures outside of Japan and I also hope to eventually set up a kind of video correspondence after the initial snail mail.
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modify delete 123109 - from James102 (Japan) - 2018-08-28
Primary school - "Japanese Primary School Penpals"

I am a teacher at an elementary/primary school near to Tokyo. I have students aged 7-10 who are interested in finding out about different countries and cultures outside of Japan. I am looking at setting up a letter (and video) exchange programme with another school using English. If interested, please contact me. James
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modify delete 122695 - from Matthew161 (Japan) - 2018-07-31
Middle school - "Penpals for all Girl Japanese Middle School Wanted!"

I teach a 3rd year middle school class, which corresponds to American 9th grade, but the students English level is a bit low, on par with CEFR A1/A2 stage. If the students had English speaking pen pals, it would help motivate them to write English and, with luck, improve their overall language use. The class is 26 students. The levels vary widely, but I will check the letters for egregious errors before sending. Hope to hear from you!
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modify delete 122578 - from Dicejpn188 (Japan) - 2018-07-20
Middle school - "Letter exchange with Japanese students"

Hello all,

I have a class of 30 Japanese students (potentially more if needed) and I would like to find a school which would be interested in a letter exchange. Right now they are on summer vacation, but I would love to arrange to get started when the 2nd semester begins in September. Please let me know if you are interested!
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modify delete 120254 - from Sensei195 (Japan) - 2017-12-16
Primary school - "Grade 5 and 6 from Japan"

Hello! I teach 10-12 year old kids in Japan. We want to exchange emails, video Q&A, Skype, and similar activities with kids in the same age all over the world.
Yoroshiku onegaishimasu
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modify delete 119508 - from Arin251 (Japan) - 2017-10-31
Primary school - "10-12 yo Japanese class looking for international friends"

Konnichiwa!
My students (10-12 yo) would like to exchange snail mail or do video conferences (if time zone allows it) in English to other kids their age.
Send us a message soon if you are interested!
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modify delete 119277 - from lily251 (Japan) - 2017-10-17
Primary school - "Japan pen friends/Skype friends"

I am Grade 5 and 6 teacher in a Japanese elementary school. My students would love to exchange letters with other kids from all over the world. We would also love to Skype.

Looking forward to hearing from you!
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modify delete 118547 - from Elijah165 (Japan) - 2017-09-22
Middle school - "English Club (ESL) looking for email pen pals"

Hello, I teach an English club at a junior high school in Japan, the students are 7th grade (8 kids) and 8th grade (10 kids) ESL students. We would like to exchange letters in English via email with students from other countries (native or ESL).
Hope to get in touch soon!
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modify delete 118466 - from Kiha161 (Japan) - 2017-09-19
Primary school - "Japanese kids want to write and talk!"

My 17 students age 6 and 7 would like to write snail letters to the students in other countries. Halloween cards and Chrstmas cards will be fun!
Let me know if you are interested!

Kiha
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modify delete 117028 - from Barry61 (Japan) - 2017-08-02
Primary school - "Japanese Elementary School Seeking Penpals"

Hi,

I'm an American-born English teacher at a Japanese elementary school in Okinawa. Our school's English club has roughly 25 English-loving students, ranging from 3rd to 6th graders (but mostly 3rd and 4th graders), who would like to exchange letters (not emails) with English-speaking penpals. Incidentally, I would help my students revise their letters for readability and proper grammar. This is a wonderful opportunity for your students to learn about a thriving culture thousands of years old, while refining their writing skills and making new friends. If you and your students are interested, please email me. We would like to start the penpal program in mid-September.
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modify delete 116916 - from James65 (Japan) - 2017-07-26
Primary school - "Penpals"

I am a teacher at a private elementary/primary school just north of Tokyo.
I have students aged 7-10 who are interested in finding out about different countries and cultures outside of Japan.
I am looking at setting up a letter exchange penpal programme with another school using English.
If interested, please contact me.

James
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modify delete 116283 - from Josie20 (Japan) - 2017-06-06
Others school - "Kindergarten Penpals"

Hello,

I am looking for a class of kindergarten or first grade students to be penpals with. My class has 13 students, but there is another class of 14 kindergarten students at my school that could also join if your class is much bigger. We are located in Japan, and we would like to correspond in English. We would prefer to send letters by mail, however video messages may also be a fun option.

Please let me know if you are interested in teaming up!

- Josie
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modify delete 116193 - from Troy12 (Japan) - 2017-05-25
Primary school - "Great kids looking to use their English!"

Hi!
I have an English school in Kagoshima, Japan. I have students age 6-18 who would like the chance to make what they are learning real. My plan is to help the students write the letters in class, and then help the kids read them when the responses arrive.

We have a world learning area in the classroom and kids love little quizzes about different cultures. An international friend would blow their mind!

Please let me know if anyone is interested.
Troy
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modify delete 115995 - from Barry84 (Japan) - 2017-05-06
Primary school - "English Teacher in Japan Seeks 4th, 5th, or 6th Grade Pen Pals for His Students"

Hi,

I'm an English teacher at a Japanese public elementary school in Okinawa, Japan and my 4th, 5th and/or 6th graders would love to correspond with your students. My students speak a little English but I promise to help them revise their letters for readability. As for the number of students, I will have about 20-25 pen pals per grade. So, if you have 20-25 students interested in corresponding with Japanese pen pals, please contact me and we can work out the logistics.

Sincerely,

Barry Pollick
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modify delete 114558 - from Chie4 (Japan) - 2016-11-22
Primary school - "kinder and primary kids want to have pen pals!"

Hi, I am an English teacher at a private school in Osaka and my students (aged 4-11) would like to have an international exchanges by sending cards, mails or Skype. We love learning about other contries and cultures. We also would like to introduce our unique culture as well.
Small kids cannot speak or write English well yet but I do help them. Besides, they draw or origami greatly, hope it is fine.
If anyone interested, please send messagne!!
Hopefully we can exchange some Xmas or New year's cards!!

Thank you. Chie
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modify delete 114522 - from Chie4 (Japan) - 2016-11-20
Middle school - "My English class students want pan pals!"

Hi, I am an English teacher in Osaka and my students (aged 4-11) would like to have an international exchanges by sending cards, mails or Skype. We love learning about other contries and cultures. We also would like to introduce our unique culture as well.
Small kids cannot speak or write English well yet but I do help them. Besides, they draw or origami greatly, hope it is fine.
If anyone interested, please send messagne!!
Hopefully we can exchange some Xmas or New year's cards!!

Thank you. Chie
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modify delete 113887 - from mori158 (Japan) - 2016-10-14
High school - "pen or e-mail"

I am a teache of school in kobe japan. there are two girl students looking for friend from Australia it interested please let's me know thank you . regards mori
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modify delete 113680 - from May107 (Japan) - 2016-10-06
Others school - "Exchanging HALLOWEEN cards and candies???"

Any teacher and students would like to exchanging fun Halloween cards and candies with Japanese students (aged 7-17 years old)?

We could do it for Xmas but Halloween is coming soon so we don't have to wait that long ;)

If you are interested, please message me ASAP :)
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modify delete 113480 - from Jennifer160 (Japan) - 2016-09-28
Middle school - "Christmas Cards exchange for my japanese students"

Hello everyone!

I'm teaching English in Japan, and for Christmas I was thinking about doing a Christmas cards exchange with another school if possible!
It would be great for my students to be able to use English in real life situation, and they would be so excited to get answers!
I'm planning to make them do the cards around middle December, and to send them at the end ofthe month. Then, my students would wait for yours to reply to them. In January or even February is okay!

I teach 3 different grades in a big school, so that would be many students... I have approx. 40 students per class, and 7 classes per grade (except 2nd grade which have 8).

First graders are aged 11-12, second graders 12-13 and third graders 13-14.

Of course if you can exchange with only one grade, my first graders for example, I'd be so happy. I know it's already so many students... So I need a teacher/teachers who got many classes too...

Native countries are the best, but other countries are welcome too!As for the age, it's ok if your students are younger than mine, since in Japan students' level of English is not so high.

I really hope to hear from you soon!
Please contact me at jennifer.cabotse#wanadoo.fr (just replace # by @)

Thank you!!
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modify delete 113460 - from mori198 (Japan) - 2016-09-27
High school - "penpal"

our small private school in kobe japan, one of our student age 16 girl is looking for pen pal from Australia please mail us if interested tks mori
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modify delete 112856 - from Graham82 (Japan) - 2016-09-09
High school - "Special education students in Tokyo looking to improve writing skills"

I'm the ALT at a special education school in Tokyo, Japan. The next Olympics will be held here in Tokyo in 2020 and the teacher I work closely with has asked me to help find pen pals for his high school students.

It is our wish for the students to write letters, postcards, etc. to special education students in the USA in preparation for the games.

Please contact me if you are interested.

Graham
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modify delete 112430 - from mori184 (Japan) - 2016-08-26
Others school - "japanese conversation"

if you come to kobe japan then you will have a chance to learn Japanese conversation course with out tuition,
say one day course three dsys course etc just mail us for further details.
regards mori
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modify delete 110730 - from Mayumi161 (Japan) - 2016-04-21
Others school - "How about Earth Day Project with Japanese students?"

Our school has been working on Earth Day project.
We want to make friends all over the world to do something nice and kind to the Earth, together.

such as seeding, planting trees, picking up the trash on the street/beach...,saving water/electricity,gas... recycling...and all that.

We have been working on encouraging people to make green curtain to save the energy.
Have you heard of Green curtain?

https://www.facebook.com/minnanoeigoschool/

If you are interested, please feel free to message me and if you have a facebook account, please have a look at our page you can watch the video we made for Earth Day.
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modify delete 110530 - from Brad46 (Japan) - 2016-03-20
Higher school - "Cross cultural SNS/Skype exchange"

I have an EFL university class in Japan, we are interested in having a cross cultural SNS/Skype exchange program with another university class. I hope to find a class where sometimes we can a skype sessions between 15:10 - 16:40 JST on Fridays.
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modify delete 110205 - from Kazu189 (Japan) - 2016-02-14
Middle school - "looking for a skype partner class to class"

Hello, we are looking for skype partner for my studetns.
My students are 14-15yo.our class is 14 people. They will graduate at the beggining of Mar.
So we are in a hurry. If it's possible to talk on skype with your class, it must be fun!
We want to exchange culturalthigns, schoollife etc.
I hope to have a good answer!!
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modify delete 106653 - from May188 (Japan) - 2015-08-17
Others school - "Hello from Japan :)"

Kon ni chi wa :) My name is Mayumi (my nick name is May).
I have 20 students and teach them at my tiny school (after school care).
We would like to exchange emails/snail mails/video messages, to make friends all over the world.
We basically study English as a foreign language but I want my students to learn more.
I believe that the children are the future to make this planet a better place to live for everyone, including animals!!
If you are interested, please feel free to message me;)
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modify delete 99857 - from Carl139 (Japan) - 2014-08-22
High school - "Japanese SHS English club looking for video chat or pen pal exchanges"

Hi!

As the title says, really. We're only a small group of five members with a couple of floaters from time to time :)

Any kind of cultural exchanges, questions about Japan and so on would be great, too!

Click that e-mail button now! You know you want to! :D
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modify delete 99410 - from mori154 (Japan) - 2014-07-31
Primary school - "looking for penpals"

i am a teacher of small school in kobe japan. our students are looking for penfriends from australia.our students grade 5-6 age10-11years.any interested party please mail us thank you .regards mori
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modify delete 99295 - from mori154 (Japan) - 2014-07-24
Primary school - "penpal"

Hi,
I am a teacher of small private school and our students age 8-12 girls looking for penpal from any state in Australia. it is good chance foe exchange the both culture for study etc. any interested party please contact us.thank you .regards mori
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modify delete 98142 - from Laree159 (Japan) - 2014-03-27
Primary school - "An inquiry into different lifestyles around the world"

Hi all. I would like to organise an exchange for my students with 3 schools from anywhere in New Zealand, Europe or in the UK. We are a International School in central Japan. My students are 9 years old and I have a very small class of 3 students. We are learning about the different lifestyles of children around the world. We are looking to find 3 partner schools who are happy to share what they do on a daily basis for roughly 4-5 weeks. Please, contact me if you are interested.

Thanks
Laree
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modify delete 97219 - from Robert249 (Japan) - 2013-12-20
Middle school - "Japanese students looking for America pen pals"

Hello all! My name is Robert. I am an ALT living in Japan working at a large junior high school. My teacher who I work for wants me to set up a pen pal letter exchange between classes of about 50 american students or so. Our two groups consist of about 68 1st grade students and 50 2nd graders. Ages are between 12-14. He wants to exchange letters about the different foods, cities and sights of America and Japan.

The students have already written their self introductions so anyone who wants to start up after the holidays would be welcome to! Send me a message if you want to.

I am really excited about this. Let's help make this a reality and open some minds!

Thanks again!
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modify delete 97130 - from Robert249 (Japan) - 2013-12-10
Middle school - "Japanese students looking for America pen pal class"

Hello there! My name is Robert. I am an ALT (Assistant Language Teacher) living in Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyushu,Japan. The teacher I work with wants our 1st and 2nd grade middle school students to exchange letters about Japan and America. Ages of the first graders are 12-13 and 2nd grade 13-14. There are 68 first graders and 50 second graders. the first graders are divided into two classes of 34 students with 6 letter groups in each class. The second graders are made up of 24 and 26 students respectively with 4 letter groups to a class. Anyone with large classes of students who wants to exchange letters are best.

Though the topics can vary, most of all the students want to learn about American cities and how American school life differs from Japanese school life. They want to teach American students about how Japan is too!

This exchange could really help broaden the minds and international understanding of these stuedents. It is going to be so much fun! Anyone who is interested please respond to this post as soon as possible. Thanks for reading! Hope to hear from you soon!
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modify delete 76329 - from D先生(Damion 65 (Japan) - 2013-09-04
Primary school - "Pen Pals from Japan"

My name is Damion M. and I teach an after school PC program at a Daycare in Yokohama Japan (a metropolitan area near Tokyo). I am currently attempting to set up some sort of pen pal email exchange with an English speaking school. My students are mixed ages between 7-12. Most of them have basic English skills and I will personally assist them with their writing and responses. We are interested in about school life outside of Japan and would appreciate being able to communicate with kids form different countries. Please contact me.
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modify delete 76327 - from Nicole143 (Japan) - 2013-09-04
Middle school - "Looking for a school to start an English pen pal exchange with!"

I am a teacher at a Japanese Junior High School. I'm really interested in starting an English pen pal exchange with another class of students about the same age (12-15 years old). We want to learn about another culture! My students have a grasp of basic English but are excited to learn more. At least one or two classes are interested (anywhere between 20-60 students). Please let me know if you have an interested class! Thank you!
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modify delete 74219 - from Akina214 (Japan) - 2013-04-20
Middle school - "searching for Junior high school pen pal club"

I am a Canadian teaching English to 1st-3rd grade (12-15 year-old) junior high school students at a school 100 km from Tokyo. We started up a pen pal club(around 30 students) a year ago and am searching for a new school to work with. We send out our letters once or twice a month. If you have a class with similar numbers, my students would enjoy exchanging letters with you. We can initiate the exchange if necessary. Excited to start up this project and hope to hear from someone out there soon!
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modify delete 73795 - from Thom22 (Japan) - 2013-03-18
High school - "Senior High School in Japan looking for penpals"

Hello,
I'm looking for penpals to exchange English messages with my senior high school students. They are second and third years, so from 16-18 years old. Their English isn't great, but they are excited to talk to foreign students their own age, as our school is in rural Japan and they do not have any opportunities to talk with foreign people.
Thank you!
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modify delete 72474 - from Alisa1 (Japan) - 2012-11-20
Middle school - "English/Japanese snail mail pen pals wanted"

Hello! I'm an English teacher in Fukuoka, Japan and am looking for pen pals for my 8th graders (13-14 years old). Right now there are 37 students (one class), but there is a chance 3 more classes will be added. Their level is not incredibly high, but they try very hard.

I'm looking for teachers from around the world. We can do an English-Japanese exchange if you teach Japanese, or English-English for practice/cultural exchange. Even if you are another teacher in Japan, I think it would be nice for them to practice English with their peers and learn more about a different part of their country.

Thank you!
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modify delete 48060 - from Akina214 (Japan) - 2012-11-02
Middle school - "Looking for a Canadian/English speaking country middle/high school to Penpal w"

Dear Teachers,

I live in Ibaraki, Japan and I am a Canadian English teacher here. I teach grades 7 to 9 (Ages 12 - 15).
All the students at this school study and spend a great deal of time focused towards learning and practicing English.

What I am looking for is a teacher who is interested in snail mail to have open exchange . There are kids in the school who are very eager to communicate with other students of a similar age across the world.

The chances are very few for them to have cultural exchanges with foreigners in Japan as there are not very many since Japan has its own secular culture. This would be a great opportunity for my students and your alike.

If your interested , please contact me.

All the Best,
Akina
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modify delete 48041 - from Takahiro130 (Japan) - 2012-11-01
Middle school - "Penpal project"

I'm a junior high school teacher in Japan. Now I'm looking for classes that can correspond with our studetns. They can tell your students about Japanese culture, music, manga, and so on. Not all of them are good at English, but they are eager to know what foreign countries are like, especially America, Australia, and the U.K.
If you are interested, please let me know.
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modify delete 44992 - from Patricia194 (Japan) - 2012-07-10
High school - "Echange scolaire France/Japon"

Bonjour
Je suis professeur de littérature à Strasbourg et j'aimerais organiser un échange entre ma classe ( lycéens de 16 à 18 ans) et une classe de lycéens au Japon. Je parle un peu japonais et j'enseigne la littérature française.
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modify delete 44309 - from Sarah36 (Japan) - 2012-05-18
Primary school - "Needing Penpals!"

Hi

I am an English teacher from Australia currently working at a primary school in Japan. I have an elective class that meet every month who are looking for pen pals to do a short language exchange, possibly just one time. They are grades 4, 5 and 6 approximately 10 students. Please let me know if you are interested!

Sarah
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modify delete 43243 - from SirJ166 (Japan) - 2012-02-03
Middle school - "Looking for penpals for my students"

Hello. I'm the teacher of an elective English course here in Japan. I have 20 students (10 girls and 10 boys) who are 13 or 14 years old. We meet about once a week. I'm looking for penpals who want to share their country's culture with my students. Please write to me so I can have my students write to you!
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modify delete 42123 - from Paul164 (Japan) - 2011-11-01
Higher school - "Japanese Penpals"

Hello,

We are a group of schools located in Iwate, Japan.

We have students ranging from 13-18 and we would love to be penpals with you.

We are interested in exchanging real letters of the "snail mail" variety. We also love pictures.

Please contact us if you are interested and will can match you up with almost any age or ability.

Thanks,
Paul
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modify delete 42122 - from Paul164 (Japan) - 2011-11-01
Higher school - "Iwate looking for Penpals"

Hello,

We are a group of English teachers in Iwate, Japan.

We think it would be great to find other schools that would be willing to write to our students, in exchange for replies. We could exchange letters about difference in culture, school and general life. Attempts at each others native language is always met with a delightful smile!

We teach in a variety of schools set in cities, towns and in rural locations.

Our students are generally aged 15-18, however younger students may be suitable as their English skills are still developing. It would be great to hear from any European country, America or Canada, but we will welcome letters from any country. Pictures are great too, so we know who we are writing to!!

We prefer snail mail to email, as this is more tangible.

Please email us if you are interested.

Thanks,
Iwate English Teachers
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modify delete 41189 - from Paul164 (Japan) - 2011-09-27
High school - "Pen Pals!"

Hello,

I am currently an English teacher in Iwate, Japan.

I think it would be great to find other schools that would be willing to write to my students, in exchange for replies. We could exchange letters about difference in culture, school and general life. Attempts at each others native language is always met with delightful smile!

I teach in two schools, one rural and one within a town. We are places in beautiful countryside, surrounded by mountains.

My students are aged 15-18, however younger students my be suitable as their English is still developing. It would be great to hear from any European country, America or Canada, but we will welcome letters from any country. Pictures are great too, so we know who we are writing to!!

We prefer snail mail to email, as this is more tangible.

Please email me if you are interested.

Thanks,
Paul
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modify delete 40911 - from Haruna162 (Japan) - 2011-09-18
Others school - "could you please the password?I don't know how to put plus."

I want to ask another password for the password that you've sent is having plus and,
I don't know how to find the plus so,i want another password without plus please?
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modify delete 38489 - from Benjamin148 (Japan) - 2011-03-24
Middle school - "Looking for a Canadian Middle/Junior High School to Penpal with"

Dear Teachers,

I live in Hiroshima, Japan and I am a Canadian English teacher here. I teach grades 7 to 9 (Ages 12 - 15).
I have an English Club here at our Junior High School in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima Japan where students spend a great deal of time focused towards learning and practicing English. Club activities are a very important cultural activity in junior high schools and students often spend much of their entire free time doing it, as students in Japan go to school 7 days a week.

What I am looking for a teacher who is interested in either digital content or snail mail to have open exchange between mostly 7th & 8th Grade students. There are about 12 to 15 students in the English Club who are very eager to communicate with other students of a similar age.

The chances are very few for them to have cultural exchanges with foreigners in Japan as there are not very many since Japan has its own secular culture. This would be a great opportunity for my students and your alike.

If your interested , please contact me.

All the Best,
Benjamin
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modify delete 37966 - from Sir J166 (Japan) - 2011-01-20
Middle school - "Looking for penpals for my students in Japan"

Hi. I'm an American who is currently teaching English in Japan. I teach at a junior high school, and I have ten 2nd year students (13-14 years old) in a special English class. I want to find penpals for them from around the world. There are seven boys and three girls. I hope they can improve their English and become more interested in foreign cultures through penpals. I look forward to hearing from you!
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modify delete 37882 - from Juan7 (Japan) - 2011-01-11
Middle school - "Looking for penpals for my Japanese students"

Hello,

My name is Juan and I'm looking for penpals for my students. I teach at a junior high school in Japan, the students are between 12 and 15 years old. We would like to find other middle school students from all over the world.

Please let me know if you are interested!

Thanks,

Juan
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modify delete 33470 - from Tamao145 (Japan) - 2010-02-10
Higher school - "Writing Exchange on Moodle for Nursing Students (Starting in October of 2010)"

I have been working on an online intercultural exchange for nursing students around the world with my online and offline colleagues for years. If you have nursing students who might be interested in intercultural exchange, please take a look at our website (http://asianursing.com/) and let us know. We have about 340 participants from Israel, Japan, Spain, and Taiwan in the program held in 2009. The program lasts 4 months, from October to January, but you can join and leave in the middle of the program according to your schedule. We will start the program of 2010 in October. Hope to hear from you!
Thank you.
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modify delete 32728 - from Adam204 (Japan) - 2009-12-08
Middle school - "Middle School Kids LF Pen Pals"

Hi, my name is Adam. I'm looking for pen pals for a several week project with my Japanese students. This project will take place in June and July in 2010.

I want my students to have an opportunity to exchange English letters about Japan and themselves with students in other places around the world. I hope to exchange 1 or 2 letters total, and maybe some cultural gifts. Also, if the other school has internet access, we might even be able to work out a skype chat or video exchange.

Both non-native and native speakers are welcome to reply, and I'm willing to work with students of various ages. I'm flexible and I can work with schools that are much smaller or larger too. I can also work with multiple schools if need be. However, I will not work with individuals, because I want this exchange to be school to school.

My only real limit on this project is the date. My students will be writing these letters in June and sending them out in July.

There will be roughly 170 students ages 14 to 15.

Students will introduce themselves and things about Japan in these letters, but they will not share any personal information such as personal emails or addresses. Thus, there will be no plans for long term pen-pals, though we'd love to repeat the project the next year if it goes well.

P.S. I will be traveling to Thailand this December and January (2009-2010) and I will be traveling to South Africa in July 2010. If you have a school in one of these countries, let me know! I'd love to visit the school in person and meet the students and exchange videos!
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modify delete 31477 - from Tatyana103 (Japan) - 2009-09-16
Higher school - "Looking for Penpals for College Students"

A group of Japanese female students (19-20) learning to write e-mail in English is looking for penpals to exchange e-mail messages. Students from countries other than Japan, please write to us!
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modify delete 31346 - from Akira150 (Japan) - 2009-09-10
Primary school - "Primary school"

Hi, this is Akira again.
We are also looking for seven primary school students (between 3rd to 6th grade), all girls except one. Please write to me if you have students who are interested in.
Thanks
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modify delete 31178 - from Akira150 (Japan) - 2009-08-31
Middle school - "Middle school"

Hi. We are looking for a couple of native English-speaking penpals for our students, both 13yrs and girls. Our school is located in Nagano, Japan. We prefer s-mail.
Thank you.
Akira
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modify delete 30437 - from Yann29 (Japan) - 2009-06-25
Others school - "French Teacher in Tokyo"

I give French Lesson in Tokyo Area.Any level.Private or Group if you want to learn with your friends.Here is my profile : http://www.yontas-net.com/teacher%27s_profile/ROUSSEL%20Yann.htm
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modify delete 30402 - from Honie Ann212 (Japan) - 2009-06-22
High school - "Looking for penpals from all over the world"

Hi, I teach a letter writing unit to 20 of my students who are learning English. My school is a cram school, a kind of prep school.

The students are aged 13-18 years.
Their English is improving, and Some are able to write quite well.

I would love to have an opportunity to set them up with penpals for more exposure to other countries, as well as the English language. Please contact me for any further details, or to express interest.

Thank you kindly.
Honie Ann English School
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modify delete 29366 - from Akiko126 (Japan) - 2009-03-09
Middle school - "pen pals needed a.s.a.p"

Hi, I am Akiko, who teaches at a Japanese middle school in Japan. I am trying to have English writing week pretty soon. I am looking for some English speaking students who can be penpals for studens, as soon as possible. We cannot use the Internet at school so we prefer snail mail. I need to collect 130 penpals for my students...I hope yon help me! Thank you for your help in advance! I am looking forward to your reply!
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modify delete 28953 - from David126 (Japan) - 2009-02-04
Middle school - "Pen Pals Wanted for Bright Kyushu English Students in Japan."

Hi. I am an English teacher at junior highschools in Nakagawa, Japan. We are looking for student pen pals (from Australia, New Zealand, UK, North America, Ghana, Kenya, India as well) who can exchange letters in English. The students here, while their lives are anything but easy, are a source of great joy for me; so why not spread the joy? These are tender young minds that are yearning for exposure to the outer world. We are looking to begin correspondance for grade 7-9, but for starters grade 7 (we call it grade 1 in Japan). Domo Arigato.
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modify delete 28597 - from James7 (Japan) - 2009-01-13
Middle school - "Junior high school pen pals needed"

I am an American teaching English to 32 1st grade (12-13 year-old) junior high school students at a school 100 miles from Tokyo. Once a week, we have a "letter writing class" and I am looking for a class to exchange letters with. If you have a class with similar numbers (25-35 students), my students would enjoy exchanging letters with you. We can initiate the exchange if necessary. Hope to hear from someone out there soon!
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modify delete 27511 - from sumi6 (Japan) - 2008-10-24
Higher school - "mail exchange with Japanese students"

Hello. I teach English at college in Japan. I would like to give my students opportunities to get to know people in foreign countries, different cultures. looking for groups exchenge e-mails with them in ENGLISH. I have about 70students,18-30years old. hope to hear from you.
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modify delete 25823 - from Diana (Japan) - 2008-07-15
Middle school - "Australian Japanese Classroom Exchange"

Hi, I am an Assistant Language teacher at a junior high school of Fukui Ken, Japan. I am looking for a school/classroom exchange with Australian students aged 12-15 using easy English. This would be a great opportunity for our students to develop deep understanding of culture differences as well as to motivate students to use English/Japanese. Thank you.
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modify delete 24884 - from Ashleigh (Japan) - 2008-05-08
Primary school - "Penpal urgently needed please!"

Hi. I am looking for a student aged 9-11, preferbably from the Ube-Yamaguchi area, to send a letter containing photos and information about their life in Japan. As a primary school teaching student, I am currently creating a unit of work on cultures, in which one part of the unit focuses on the similarities and differences between our city of Newcastle, and it's Japanese sister city Ube-Yamaguchi. However, students all over Japan are encouraged to correspond with us. Please help, it is for an assignment! Many thanks!
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modify delete 22061 - from Aki (Japan) - 2007-11-09
Middle school - "Penpals"

I have been lookng for English speaking pepals for my students grade #8. Any countries are ok if they speak English. Thank you in advance for your help!
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modify delete 16129 - from Matt (Japan) - 2006-12-05
Middle school - "Looking for 2 English speaking penpals."

I'm an Assistant English Teacher at a Junior High School in Fukuoka, Japan. A pair of my 3rd grade (15 y/o) students have asked me to find them native English-speaking penpals. They dont mind male/female, or which country. I feel it would work best if their penpals were also studying Japanese. Please reply if you are interested.

Thanks,

Matt
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modify delete 15382 - from Winnie (Japan) - 2006-11-06
Primary school - "Looking for Year 2 Australian penpals"

Hi, I need Australian Year 2 penpals for my group of 11 Japanese kids. If you are interested, please contact me.

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modify delete 14275 - from Shoko (Japan) - 2006-10-15
Middle school - "Looking for English class or speaker who are interested in Japan!!"

Hello! I'm a teacher in a Japanese jinior high school. My second year elective English class(11students, 13-14years old) and third year elective English class(12students, 14-15years old) are looking for penpals who are interested in Japan or Japanese students!
Hopehully, we can start from next month to exchange English language letters or e-mail!!
Please contact me as soon as you can, if you are interested, thanks!!!
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modify delete 13680 - from Eddie (Japan) - 2006-09-20
Others school - "I need your professional advice."

Hi I'm an English teacher in Japan but I'm now working online at home teaching English on Skype.
I need some help from teachers to look over my curriculum and see what you think.
I have over 75+ units for different levels of English online with 1000s of interactive pages in flash including exams, quizzes and audios etc, for listening.
I use these courses for my students every day on Skype and they like them a lot!
If you like the courses then I can let you use them for your students but please check it out first yourself and if you do like them let me know and then maybe we can work together as teachers to make these courses available to more students. But I need your professional advice.
I look forward to hearing from serous teachers please.
Chat to you soon.
Ed.
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modify delete 10441 - from TOMOHIKO (Japan) - 2006-06-10
Primary school - "Games and recreations in classroom"

Dear teachers!

@@I'm Tomohiko Mikami, Japanese man and 33 years old. I'm a part time primary school teacher in charge of 3rd grade.
@@I'm interested about students' games and recreation in classroom. In classroom, teacher need to give interesting topics for students and to make improve relationship among each students. These events can unite each students' minds, hearts and willings. Recently, children can not get chance to develop or improve their skills to make friends. Teacher must make class not clowds of children but group of students.
@@Already, I tried some recreations in my class. I want to exchange ideas and experiences with teachers. If you got similar interests, please contact me.

Regards,
TOMOHIKO MIKAMI
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modify delete 10148 - from Yasuhiro (Japan) - 2006-05-26
Middle school - "class-to-class pen-pal links"

Hello. I'm an English teacher in a secondary school in Gunma, Japan. I'm planning to start class-to-class correspondence. 32 students(15 boys and 17 girls) are doing the project. They are 12-13 years old and they started learning English this spring. They are now writing English letters to each other as a warm-up. They really want penpals is other countries. If you are interested in my idea, or if you have any questions about the project, please write to me.
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modify delete 9292 - from aoi (Japan) - 2006-04-10
Middle school - "looking for penpals"

hello. I'm a social studies teacher at middle school.(13/14 years old)
I'll teach them geography after the summer vacation (the first lesson will start on September)
so I'm looking for penpals for exchanging informations about each other's countries.
if you're interested in this plan, please contact me.
I'll send you more imformations. thank you.
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modify delete 6393 - from Jarek (Japan) - 2005-11-04
High school - "Looking for Australian penpals in grades 10-12 for japanese students"

Gday, I'm looking for some Aussie kids in grades 10-12. If you have a class at a high school in Australia please contact me to organise a penpal exchange. I'm working for Niimi senior high school in Okayama prefecture, Japan. Preferably Japanese classes, but any welcome as long as the students are interested in Japan and the language. Cheers!
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modify delete 3748 - from Daniel (Japan) - 2005-05-23
Middle school - "English-language exchange with Asian penpals"

Hello, all! I'm an assistant English teacher in a Japanese junior high school. My third-year elective English class (29 students, 13-14 years old) is looking for penpals in other Asian countries (Korea, China, Thailand, etc.) with whom we can exchange English-language letters: e-mail or postcards, or both. Please contact me if you're interested, thanks!
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modify delete 3660 - from Hirohisa (Japan) - 2005-05-10
Middle school - "Japanese english teacher looking for 40 penpals for students."

I'm an english teacher in the city of Kitakyushu Japan, and I'm looking to find penpals for my entire class of forty students. If you are interested in this project or know of someone who is, please email me.
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modify delete 3111 - from Maki (Japan) - 2005-02-26
Others school - "Please give me infomation about Japanese teachers!!!!"

Hello.I'm Maki and Japanese. Oh,I'm sorry. I am not the teacher.
But my dream is the Japanese teacher in foreign countries.So please give me infomation about Japanese teachers in your coutries. For example the state of their employment and the requirements for being them and so on.
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