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freeCodeCamp projects of Eigo Ganbare (via GitHub)

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freeCodeCamp projects of Eigo...
Eigo Ganbare's Vision for 2030

"Making a difference in team-teaching"

https://eigoganbare.github.io/freecodecamp-personalportfoliowebpage

An open-source platform for accessing team-teaching resources.

A site that was created to help JTEs and ALTs.
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JET Programme modeling after J-LEAP ??

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JET Programme modeling after...
What would it be like if your country’s embassy or a government organization from your country helps fund the needs of improving the "English education" in Japanese schools?

https://www.laurasian.org/jleap-about

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Eigo Ganbare 2012 - 2015

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Eigo Ganbare 2012 - 2015
This is Eigo Ganbare from 2012 and news updates were posted on bloguru.com/eigoganbare for the first time.

Bloguru is a bilingual blog site - Japanese and English. No ads.
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Eigo Ganbare 2010 - 2012

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Eigo Ganbare 2010 - 2012
The classic free team-teaching resource website for JTEs and ALTs.

http://eigoganbare.com/classic-eigo-ganbare
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Your Summer Holidays: Write a Success Story about Your ALTing

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Your Summer Holidays: Write...
This is my second attempt in trying to ask ALTs to write about their ALT success story and is a great way to contribute your time to helping others. Yes, I do need YOUR help! (The first attempt was last summer.)

https://www.reddit.com/r/ALTinginJapan/comments/i11pvq/your_summer_holidays_write_a_success_story_about/
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Tough times bring opportunity

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Tough times bring opportunity
A news article about implementing ICT resources in ALL Japanese schools!
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/backstories/1137/

If this happens, please inform your work colleagues about Eigo Ganbare Classroom Portal! FREE resources for Japanese public schools only
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Are you a direct hire ALT?

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Are you a direct hire ALT?
What do you think it means to be a direct hire ALT? Do you get the same benefits as your JTEs and other subject teachers? For example, access to the school’s network to plan your team-teaching curriculum. What about your very own school account or school e-mail address?

Some years ago, I have seen Japanese assistant teachers with a U.S. school e-mail address. Then, I learned they could apply for a $1000 grant to purchase Japanese language teaching materials!!

In Japan, however, schools are known for being low-tech in the classroom. But, here's the thing. It doesn't have to be like that. There is a FREE education plan for teachers and students. Once the school admins apply for these and are set up, you will get something like this shown on the photo below - when login with a school .ed.jp account.

*If work tablets are provided, the use of Microsoft Teams will be efficient for smooth communication between schools and when ALTs are assigned to multiple schools on a weekly basis.
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Updated JLPT Resources!

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Updated JLPT Resources!
I just finished a major update in adding more content onto Eigo Ganbare JLPT Support page.

Grammar & Example Sentences (x3)
N5: 56 => 84
N4: 49 => 139
N3: 55 => 198
N2: 28 => 203
N1: 84 => unchanged

Vocabs
N5: 503
N4: 472
N3: 1583
N2: 1493
N1: 3194

https://eigoganbare.com/jlpt/
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STEM: Learn to Code

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STEM: Learn to Code
If you ever walk into a computer club and see Japanese public students are simply playing old-school free games like I did, why not change it and advocate the STEM program!

Your students can access the STEM: Learn to Code on Eigo Ganbare Classroom Portal.
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A Blog about Japanese Unemployment Benefit

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A Blog about Japanese Unempl...
Something that might help out ALTs in Japan! And...

https://eigoganbare.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Unemployment-Blog.pdf
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