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SGH 2016 (English)

Jishuukan SSH・SGH Program Result Presentation

Date: 2nd (Mon) May, 2016

Timetable:

12:55-13:00

(1) Address of Principal

(2) Introduction of the Guests:

Mr. Satoru Kobayashi, Prof. at Life Science Center of Tsukuba Advanced Research Allience

Mr. Takaki Hayashi, Prof. at Nagoya University of Art and Science

Mr. Kazuhisa Kawai, Associate Prof. of Human Interface Society

at Toyohashi University of Technology

Mr. Fumio Kawade, Advisor of Upper Secondary Education

at Aichi Prefectural Board of Education

13:05-14:05

Lecturer: Mr. Yasunori Yamazaki, at Astroscale

Mr. Jiro Oosawa, Executive managing director at OSG

13:15-14:25

Introduction of the SSH and SGH program in Jishukan High School

14:25-15:40

Result Presentation about SSH Program in 2015

(1) The Best Presentation of SS Science and Technology Studies in 2015: Tribological phenomenon

(2) The Report of SS Advanced Studies about the lecture at Tokyo Institute of Technology

(3) The Report of short Laboratory Course at Sugashima Marine Biological Laboratory, Nagoya Universtiy

The Report about the observation of sea urchin on the ship “Aichi-maru.”

(4) The Presentation of SSH Global Program : “Smell x Smell”

The Report of the visitation in England in 2015


Result Presentation about SGH Program in 2015

(5) SG Asian Studies

The Best Presentation of SG Exploration into Asia in 2015: “We should make English the Official Language in order to make a comfortable country to live for people from other countries.”

(6) The Report of SGH cultural fieldwork about the local studies in Kyoto and Yokohama

The Reports about the cooperative programs with international institute in Japan (JICA)

The Reports about the cooperative programs with company (DENSO)

The Reports about the cooperative programs with universities (The field study and Lecture at Kyoto University and Ritsumeikan University).

(8) The Report of SGH Oversea Studies Program in England and Germany

The Result Presentation of the project studies with the students at sister schools

(St. Paul’s, St. Paul’s Girls’, Otto-Von Taube Gymnasium)

The Reports about the visitation and workshop at Consulate-General of Japan in Munich, and the cooperative program with company (BBS in London, Man in Munich).

15:40-15:50

Comment : by Mr. Takaki Hayashi, Prof. at Nagoya University of Art and Science

15:50-15:55

Closing Session


SG English Assembly I

On 26th (Thu) May, 2016, students from the high school attached to Dongguk University’s College of Education visited our school as one of the destinations of their study trip, and joined this program with our 11th graders. Students discussed the pros and cons of group work in school education and the keys to success in group work. Our students would start group research projects the next month, so they were expected to find how they could succeed in group work, and one student learned “that the important thing is not to leave anything to others and that we should take part in activities positively.” They also learned the difficulty of making themselves understood in English and decided to improve their discussion skills, considering the forthcoming symposium with students from our sister schools.


SGH developed studies: cooperative program with international institutes in Japan
------ Think about the role of Japan in international business and understandings

On 20th (Thu) October, 2016, Mr. Tsuyoshi Igawa lectured us about the topic “Globilization in Toyohashi City” at Jishukan high school.

Mr. Igawa-- works at Toyohashi Chamber of Commerce and Industry—he talked about the works of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry , their mission, and the present situation (actual condition? ) of small and middle companies in Toyohashi, showing a lot of data and statistics from industry condition now. In the lecture, he told us how to support their globalization of industries, the future prosperity of them, and the industrial growth and development.

After his lecture, the students asked a lot of questions and engaged in a truly active debate on the issues.



SGH developed studies: cooperative program with universities

The students visited Kyoto University on 3rd (Thu) November, 2016. They had a lecture from Ms. Ai Kadomatsu – a doctor course student – about the topic “Cultural Diversities for Childhood Education”. After the lecture, the students asked a lot of questions to Ms. Kadomatsu and had exchange of information and opinions related to her lecture and child education.

After the lecture, they visited the Kyoto Municipal Museum of School History. The curator showed then around the museum and taught them about the history of the education in Kyoto, and about the exhibit on the old tales in the children’s textbook.


SGH developed studies: cooperative program with companies
--- Thinking about the economic development and our environment ----

We made a field trip of the Kawagoe thermal power station on 12th (Sun) June, 2016. In the station, Mr. Masazo Iname, the vice director of the station, informed us about their business and environmental support program. After that, they showed us the central control room and the steam turbine in the station.

In Isozu-kaigann, at the direct of Isohama, Mr. Yukikazu Noda-- he is one of the Plaintiffs on the Yokkaichi pollution case—told us the problems of the petrochemical complex in Yokkaichi area at the time, the changing ways of the victims’ lives after the pollution, and the trial of the Yokkaichi pollution case.

SGH developed studies: cooperative program with universities

The students made a field trip of the cultural heritages—Toji-temple, Kyouryuji-temple, Shigureden, Kitano Tenmanngu-shirine, Sanjusanngenndo (Rennkahouinn), Hokoji-temple, Mimizuka, and Hokokujinnja-shirine on 2nd (Sat) and 3rd (Sun) July, 2016.

On 3rd Jyly, the students visited Kyoto University and they had a lecture from Dr. Takashi Amishima about the history of Kyoto, at the Kyoto University Museum.


SGH developed studies: cooperative program with international institutes in Japan
---- Think about the role of Japan in international business and understandings

  On 7th (Thu) July, 2016, Mr. Junya Ishida lectured us about the topic “Educational Activities in Africa” at Jishukan high school. Mr. Ishida-- works at the ‘le Sourire Japon’—he told us about the daily lives in Africa, both elementary school and junior high school. The students studied about developing countries and the necessity of a support system while looking at a lot of pictures and data on the various statistics. After his lecture, the student made groups in four or five, and they discussed the way to solve the problem of two countries, one in Asia and the other in Africa using the various statistics in two countries. After discussion, all students presented their opinions.


SGH developed studies
cooperative program with universities and international institutes in Japan

  The students visited Tokyo university of Foreign studies, and they attended a lecture from Mr. Hiroyuki Aoyama about Islamic fundamentalism.After the lecture, they made a study tour of Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center. In the Center, the staff informed us about Islam and their lives, they visited the Mosque and attended a service.



SGH developed studies: cooperative program with international institutes in Japan
------ Think about the role of Japan in international business and understandings

On 15th (Thu) September, 2016, Ms. Hisami Kuratubo lectured on the topic “Volunteer Activity through Music in Republic of Zimbabwe” at Jishukan high school.

Ms. Kuratubo-- works at the Civic Participation Program in JICA—she taught music to children in Zimbabwe and she told us about the daily lives there, showing many pictures of them. The students studied about how to support the people in developing countries. After the lecture, the students made groups of four or five, and they discussed the way to solve the problem of some developing countries, and they choose the priority support among the eight programs ( Water support program, Making Road Project, Farming, and so on), using the various statistics in the countries. After discussion, all students presented their opinions.


SGH developed studies: cooperative program with companies
----- Thinking about the economic development and our environment ------

We made a field trip to the Volkswagen Group Japan KK. on 5th (Wed) October, 2016. In the company, Mr. Heiko Rasny, the technical Service Director, informed us about their business and showed us their technical center and their facilities. After that, they hosted a workshop for the topic “What should we do in order to result in increased customer satisfaction?” and the students talked about their ideas and presented their opinions.


SGH developed studies: cooperative program with international institutes in Japan
------ Think about the role of Japan in international business and understandings

On 20th (Thu) October, 2016, Mr. Tsuyoshi Igawa lectured us about the topic “Globilization in Toyohashi City” at Jishukan high school.

Mr. Igawa-- works at Toyohashi Chamber of Commerce and Industry—he talked about the works of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry , their mission, and the present situation (actual condition? ) of small and middle companies in Toyohashi, showing a lot of data and statistics from industry condition now. In the lecture, he told us how to support their globalization of industries, the future prosperity of them, and the industrial growth and development.

After his lecture, the students asked a lot of questions and engaged in a truly active debate on the issues.


SGH developed studies: cooperative program with universities

The students visited Kyoto University on 3rd (Thu) November, 2016. They had a lecture from Ms. Ai Kadomatsu – a doctor course student – about the topic “Cultural Diversities for Childhood Education”. After the lecture, the students asked a lot of questions to Ms. Kadomatsu and had exchange of information and opinions related to her lecture and child education.

After the lecture, they visited the Kyoto Municipal Museum of School History. The curator showed then around the museum and taught them about the history of the education in Kyoto, and about the exhibit on the old tales in the children's textbook.