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  • Hello world! This is the difference between

  • Canadian schools and Japanese schools. So Japanese school, like, you're not allowed to bring food in the.. uhm..

  • school, well only on special days, but you can't--you're not allowed to

  • and.. uhm..

  • but Canada you're allowed to bring foods or like snacks at school.

  • Okay.

  • Uhm and what do you do for lunch, then in Japan if you're not allowed to bring food?

  • So, uhm, like they cook food for you, and then

  • uhm.. So there's a tray and then you open a tray and you put all the food on and then kids have to serve the food

  • and then so the kids have trays and then they serve it and then they put on the tray and

  • then you do that to each kid so every everybody gives the same menu and it's healthy, but

  • Canada uhm..

  • so you had to bring your own lunch

  • so..

  • Like some kids doesn't really bring healthy ones

  • Or like they just bring ca.. snacks for lunch.

  • Ok so which, which lunch do you like better, do you like lunch better in Japan or Canada?

  • Well, it's nice to bring what you want to Canada, but I think Japan's better. The difference between

  • the classes - so well first you can't bring money and

  • well you..I told you but you can't bring food, and

  • So like you can't wear outside shoes

  • In Japan but Canada well in Kindergarten you have to wear inside shoes but from up

  • you can wear it outside shoes in the class so it gets dirty and

  • Japan you have to clean your class and you have to clean up, so

  • you have to clean up so.. it won't get dirty, but Canada cut.. uh custodian does it and uhm..

  • So like the tables. They're like in like different shape

  • Like and four four tables stuck together. They're like this

  • But in Japan it's boy and girl, and they have two desks, and then two desks here and then here here

  • And it's all the same.

  • So what are the rules like in Canada? So the rules in Canada like you're allowed to dye your hair

  • and you're allowed to put necklaces or bracelets or accessory and

  • But in Japan you're not allowed to put this kind of stuff.

  • You're not allowed to dye your hair, and they're like well it depends on the teacher

  • But you're not allowed really like make a long hair. It was not tying it and then like

  • You can't put accessory or like earrings

  • You're not allowed to do that.

  • In Canada if you wanna go to the bathroom you have to raise your hand up and

  • some teachers say no, some teachers say yes, but in Japan you have

  • every each period is over and you get a five minute break and

  • the bell rings so you can have a five-minute break and the bell rings again so five-minute break is over.

  • Oh so in Japan after each class your bell rings?

  • Oh okay, so what happens in Canadian class then? Well..

  • in my school like they only do it when you have to go in and

  • when it's recess when recess is over and yeah..

  • It's only that. So homework uhm

  • so like in Canada some of them are like

  • like you have to be done by this days. We have like two days until you do homework sometimes

  • But-- or like on you don't need to always

  • do it with paper

  • that much, but Japan, it's always you have to do it on paper

  • and then you bring it the next day and if you don't you have to stay in class and do it or like uhm

  • .. they get very mad at you. So who has more homework Canada or Japan?

  • mmm, Japan.

  • Canada

  • mostly doing the gym

  • but Japan is like.. there's the outside day and inside day, but Canada does it, but it's mostly in the gym. And like you have to wear uhm..

  • Like these special gym clothes in Japan, everyone has to have the same one [said that twice] and the hat

  • Like if you are on like red team, I get to.. like put your hat red

  • And if on white team you put it under and then you switch it white so like you're forever that team. So it's not like

  • Canada's my school like uhm..

  • you only get like in red team or like separate teams only on sports day, so it's not like Japan. Oh

  • So like once you're red team, white team you keep that the whole year? Yes.

  • Oh wow okay, so Canada you just pick two different teams every time? Yes.

  • Field trips so Japan is more..

  • strict? Like uhm

  • so like Canada you can just like wan...

  • Well some of my field trips you could have just like wander off even the teacher can see we're gonna stroll away.

  • Well some field trips being not allowed about it, even like in the beach

  • We went to the beach, and then like you can go far away

  • where even the Teacher can see it. When then Canada in my school they have volunteers

  • but in Japan teacher have to do like.. and they can see it, or this is the line like

  • And like uhm in my fieldtrips like you can eat lunch any time, well not too soon

  • but you can and then but Japan there's a time that you have to eat from here until here,

  • and then when it's like the lunch time um, you have to like setup tables,

  • so it's kind of more strict. Which field trips do you like better: Canada or Japan? I like both. Which which school is

  • maybe easier do you think Canadian school is easier or maybe Japanese school is easier. Both

  • um easy for me but kind of English I can't do it very well right now,

  • so I think Japanese

  • is better for me right now. Oh

  • so you're saying you you have an easier time in Japanese school than in English right now? Yes. Oh, okay?

  • I'm surprised about that

  • I did not. Well I kind of just um in four years, and I was there when I was small

  • so I know all the rules I know how it goes.

  • So yeah kind of

  • its kind of more easier right now

  • Okay, which school do you think is funner: Japanese school or Canadian school? Well I like Cana... I like both.

  • So what are some of the good things that you like about Canadian school?

  • So the good things you can bring your own snacks and you can bring money

  • so like there's a snack sale so you can buy stuff and

  • there's lots of

  • playgrounds like those tons like I 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, like more more than that

  • and then they sometimes, um you have like older kids like um

  • up to like grade seven or some is grade eight or some is pre-school

  • so like it's fun and about Japan

  • like you only stay for six years, and there's no kindergarten so you don't need to, um, go to school from six (years old).

  • Ok, but what are the good things about Japanese school? I don't think you will know why it's fun, but there's more rules and

  • then like you don't need to go outside for recess. Like you can stay inside.

  • In Japan you can stay inside? Yeah.

  • And

  • yeah, that's... And you like that? Yeah. Howcome? What do you do inside?

  • Well, I just hang out with my friends, talking. I don't really need to stay outside.

  • Even because in Canada you have to stay outside even it's raining really hard. Oh...

  • I mean, if it's really, really, really hard,

  • like if it's the wind and rain you can, you need to go in. But if it's still rain, you can't go in.

  • What do you think about the kids, like your classmates? Are they the same, like they're just different language

  • But they are kind of the same people? They friendlier? Meaner? Or just... Well, I don't know how to explain it

  • but I kind of feel different than

  • Canadian and Japan

  • Japan like you can't really it's kind of embarrassed to do a lot of stuff in front of the class

  • but in Canada even you do it nobody cares about it for some reason like

  • even it's different people in the class, I met, like nobody cares about anything.

  • There just care about their self. Well not all people, but so like some people just care about their self

  • They don't even care even they do a mistake or like

  • Japan they really care about you, so you really get nervous,

  • so I kind of feel different about that.

  • So it's kind like a pressure. Yeah. So like

  • I mean if you make a mistake you're really kind of nervous in Japan. Yeah.

  • But if you make mistakes in Canada nobody cares. Yeah

  • well, it doesn't mean nobody but almost like not every time like nobody really cares about it.

  • They just go, they just look at it. I don't know why they're so different, but yeah. Oh

  • I never thought about that one. Are there any other big differences between maybe teachers? Japanese teacher versus Canadian teacher?

  • mmm

  • No, not that really. The teachers are just the same? Well it doesn't mean they're all the same

  • but I don't know if there's really that much difference

  • Or like are you perfectly fine in both Canadian school or Japanese school or would you rather be Japanese school or Canadian school right now?

  • Um, right now what I think is kind of Japan

  • Japan school because it's, you know, I've been there more than Canadian school, so it's kind of more easier for me

  • Thanks for watching see you next time. Bye!

  • What are schools are like where you're from?

  • So what do you think the difference is between Canadian school and Japanese school?

  • Who knows?

  • Okay, we'll tell me about gym class

  • in Canada, what do you do in gym class? Like same same. Same? Yeah. Okay,

  • so what lunch do like better? Do you like Japanese lunch or Canadian lunch better?

  • Both.

  • Really they're the same?

  • You don't like one better than the other.

  • Are the teachers different in Canada and Japan. It won't change.

  • Okay, what about the students? Are the student's different? Nope, nothing. So it's the exact same type of place? Yeah.

  • Um, which one you like better: Canadian school or Japanese school? Both!

  • Do you have anything you want to say about schools then? Nothing bye-bye?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/23
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