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Aya Sensei

Aya Sensei

Coffee Sleeve for "Sensei", my daughter's Japanese language teacher in High School.    The kanji symbol means "teacher".  The kimono we removed from a Michael's scrapbooking sticker and stitched it on!

Coffee Sleeve for "Sensei", my daughter's Japanese language teacher in High School. The kanji symbol means "teacher". The kimono we removed from a Michael's scrapbooking sticker and stitched it on!

Haruchan sensei

Haruchan sensei

Maggie Sensei Topic based lessons

Maggie Sensei Topic based lessons

Masumi sensei

Masumi sensei

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is a Japanese government sponsored exchange programme that offers university graduates opportunities full time jobs as either an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) team teaching with a Japanese Teacher of English in elementary and secondary schools or a Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) in selected local government offices in Japan.

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is a Japanese government sponsored exchange programme that offers university graduates opportunities full time jobs as either an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) team teaching with a Japanese Teacher of English in elementary and secondary schools or a Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) in selected local government offices in Japan.

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