Our new classes start on September 12, 2011. If you have not heard from me, and wish to continue studying English at Mrs. Nakano’s class, please contact me.



During the second winter break, we will have no classes. However, you are encouraged to write book reports and original stories. I would like to publish them on my blog. Please send your writings to me any time!

I hope everyone is refreshed after a joyful winter break. The classes resumed on January 3rd, but sadly some students are absent because of sickness.   “A sound mind in a sound body” is true. I wish everyone a healthy and fruitful new year.

Christmas is just around the corner. My classes will end on Thursday, December 16th. They will start on January 3rd. Have a happy holiday season.

Our Thanksgiving Party will be held on November 26th from 4:00 pm. Please come to the party and enjoy traditional Thanksgiving dishes…Yum!


I hope everyone is refreshed after the long summer break.  New classes will start next week.  Please come back to class ready to share what you have done during the summer.  We will make summer memoirs (journal); so, if you have pictures, brochures, tickets, and so on, please keep them.  I am looking forward to seeing you all soon!

Summer Vacation Starts on June 15, 2010

This year’s classes will end on Monday, June 14.  There will be no more regular classes until September 13.  Please have a fun and safe summer!

Our annual class party will be held on Sunday, May 9th from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.  All the students at SCB English Club will be given the fake money to buy toys, sweets, and crafts.  You can also spend the money to enjoy games and watch magic tricks (performed by our talented magician, Mina). The amount of the money you will receive depends on the stars you have earned during class. As you know, one star represents 50 new words you have written in your notebook, or one book report.  We’ll have pizza and delectable Japanese food, too. Come to the party and enjoy the fruits of your hard work!


Thank you for coming to the party!


Would you like to write your name in hieroglypics?  (Just in case you have forgotten what hieroglypics is, it is a kind of picture writing the ancient Egyptians used.) I found a cool web site where you can type your name and get your name in hieroglypics.


To all my students,

This is the second set of questions from Mongy’s Adventures.  This time, the story is about an orangutan baby.  Please read chapter 3 and answer my questions. The first student(s) who get all correct answers will be awarded with 5 stars.


1. Where did Mongy and Christa arrive at last?  What sea surrounds the country? (find it in a map)

2. What national park is the home to the orangutans?

3. What does “the call of the jungle” mean?

4. How many babies do orangatan mothers give birth to in their life?

5. What is forbidden in Borneo? Who helped Ringo?

Is Ringo’s mother dead or alive?  Who doesn’t want to know?  Please read the story.