Last fall I ran across a comment on a friend’s blog that was left by a teacher at an ESL school in Japan. Just out of curiosity, I followed the link to their site and discovered some of the funniest, most ingenious teaching tools that I’ve ever seen, using music to help young Japanese children learn the ins and outs of the English language.
Just for fun, here’s a video made by one of their teachers, Jeremy Chapman, who is a creative force all his own. Be forewarned – you’ll find yourself singing along:
“Uh-huh. uh-huh. uh-huh, UH-UH!”
To view Jeremy’s videos of his first year living and teaching in Japan, please visit here.