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High School Students (1) Japanese Education System Basic School System What Children Learn Daily Schedule Fast Facts Elementary Students (2) Japanese Cram School (3) Basic School System Kindergarten: Three year private institution ( US Preschool to actual Kindergarten)

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japanese education system

High School Students (1)

Japanese Education System

Basic School System

What Children Learn

Daily Schedule

Fast Facts

Elementary Students (2)

basic school system

Japanese Cram School (3)

Basic School System
  • Kindergarten: Three year private institution ( US Preschool to actual Kindergarten)
  • Elementary: 1st to 6th grades
  • Middle: 7th to 9th grades
  • High: 10th to 12th grades
  • Cram School: Private schools to prepare children for high school and college exams.

Japanese Kindergarten (4)

school systems cont

Japanese Kendo (Sword Fighting) Club (5)

School Systems Cont…
  • High School costs money, and it is required to take an exam to get in the school you want to go to
  • High Schools are designed to prepare you for college
  • Every Prefecture (like states) has their own college
  • Children devote much of their 9th and 12th grade years studying for exams.
  • In High School, each student is required to join at least one club

Studying For Exams (6)

what students learn
What Students Learn
  • Japanese Students Learn…
    • Math & Science
    • English & Japanese (Classic/Modern Literature)
    • Japanese/World History & Geography
    • Health & Electives (Art, Music, And Others)
    • Seikatsu - Daily Living/Being Social

Junior High English Textbooks (7)

daily life

School Lunch (8)

Daily Life
  • Elementary School
    • Kids walk to school alone, and school tarts at 8:30
    • 2 hours of class
    • Recess at 10:20 to 10:40
    • 2 hours of class
    • Lunch at 12:20 to 1:00 (Kids eat soup, fish, and rice)
    • Recess 1:00 to 1:40
    • 1 hour of class, then school ends

Elementary Class (9)

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Daily Life
  • High School
    • Bus/train to school at 8:00
    • School starts at 8:40
    • 8:40-8:50 Homeroom (school announcements)
    • 4 hours of class (50 minutes each with 10 minute breaks)
    • Lunch at noon
    • 2 More hours of class
    • Soji After School (cleaning the school)

Cleaning Up After School (10)

did you know

Japanese School Uniforms (11)

Did You Know…
  • In most schools, uniforms are required
  • Sometimes students serve lunch
  • It is required to Join at least one club in high school
  • Students only change classes for homeroom
  • Every September or October, each school has Sports Day, where students compete in games, races, and dances. This commemorates the recovery of Japan, and it hosting the Olympics in the 1960’s
  • Japanese students only have March and August off, as well as other holidays
works cited
Works Cited
  • Images
  • 1)http://media1.dropshots.com/photos/307929/20070816/175417.jpg
  • 2)http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/kotaku/2009/03/Japanese_School_Children.jpg
  • 3)http://www.amphi.com/~psteffen/fmf/pictures/classroom.jpg
  • 4)http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2289/1767944181_e4cc04db0d.jpg?v=1193456261
  • 5)http://mrsranneypoole.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/images/japan_day_13_083.17151705_std.jpg
  • 6)http://www.spaciousplanet.com/images/world/japan43812488975335070.jpeg
  • 7) http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_0RwMMAOAcgg/SXBLPwG3beI/AAAAAAAAABU/-Fy3emQ4zK8/s320/DSCF1705.JPG
  • 8) http://www.e-test.biz/blog/data/amy/1243245091.jpg
  • 9) http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_gmxyAR0C1mI/SvJ8DgUTEeI/AAAAAAAAAes/qvlXRn-H06w/s400/Elementary+School+Japan.jpg
  • 10) http://regex.info/i/JEF_054963.jpg
  • 11) http://z.about.com/d/gojapan/1/0/Q/4/seifuku.gif
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Works Cited
  • Interviews
  • Hodson, Robert. "Interview with parents of Japanese school children." Personal interview. 24 Jan. 2010.
  • Schweda, Bryn C. "Interview with an American exchange student in Japan." Telephone interview. 24 Jan. 2010.
  • Other Sources
  • "Schools." Explore Japan. Web Japan. Web. 26 Jan. 2010. <http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/explore/schools/index.html>.