We continue the Ninja Files with the tale of Mission Kill Phil, by Emily Wetterich. The Assassin Games continue, and may the spoon be with you.
Introducing the Ninja Files. Memories of last year's epic ninja assassin game, that swept the prefecture, will be featured here over the next few weeks as we get ready to start round 2. Don't miss out on the thrill and adventure of the Ninja Assassin Files.
Every month a group of JET ALTs head to the Sanbien Children’s Home for an afternoon of fun and interaction with disadvantaged children from the Onomichi area. If you’re interested in joining us please see the information here.
*Note from the webtoon illustrator* Nihon-poi is a term in Japanese that basically translates to Japanese-ish, or something characteristically Japanese. Japonesque if you would. Every...
We at the Wide Island View are pleased to introduce a new addition to our website, with the Nihon-poi webtoon series by Kure JET Desirae Witte.
JET Alum- Sean Hofman shares memories of his time on JET and advice for life after JET in this edition of "Where are they now?"
In the October Poll Me, we take a look at the once in the lifetime experience of the JET programme and asks the important question, what happens next? Go ahead and answer Auriza Ugalino's poll on, Do you know what you want to do after JET?"
Are you an ALT interested in lessons that go beyond English and engage your students in something a bit deeper? Are you, your JTE colleagues, school administrators, and students interested in actually participating in an international exchange? Today I would like to introduce you to an amazing opportunity for your students.
There is no better to way to bond and become closer with fellow JETs than taking part in activities together. The AJET paragliding trip to Tottori, earlier this year was one such experience. Take a look at JET alum, Omrum Bozdogan's take on the trip here in her article "Tottori: All or Nashing."
Back with an interesting and intriguing question to get our brains tingling, we're proud to bring back our "Poll Me" series. So why not go ahead and take a look at today's question, "Should I say hello?" by Auriza Ugalino.