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高校2年SGコースの海外フィールドワークの様子【2日目】/ Field trip abroad. Day 2









The SGH class started their field work in Malaysia today with a welcome ceremony at Sultan Ibrahim Girls High School.


SIGS Students gave wonderful performances of traditional Malaysian music and dances. The Nakamura students then gave presentations about various aspects of Japanese and Japanese traditional and popular culture.


After the performances, one of the SIGS students gave an informative presentation about Halal cooking, followed by a Q&A session. Nakamura students showed great critical thinking skills by asking some insightful questions. Overall, the morning session was informative and fun for everyone.


After lunch, Nakamura students learned about – and played – traditional Malaysian games and crafts with the SIGS students.


Chapteh:a game like hacky-sack that is a blend of volleyball, badminton, and soccer. Teng-Teng: the Malaysian name for hopscotch Batu Seremban - like jacks, but played with bean bags


Congkak: A strategy and counting game played with colored beads


Anyaman Kutupat: weaving coconut leaves (usually to make special rice dumplings. Today, the students wove ribbons instead of leaves.


Dice Race: a game where teams roll dice, and walk based on the number that shows up. Odd numbers mean the team moves backward. Even numbers move forward. After 6 rolls, the team which has gone farthest forward wins.


After the games, the first day of the exchange with SIGS was finished. It has been a long day, and there is still a little more to do. But the students are learning a lot about the many cultural influences in Malaysia, and having a wonderful time in the process.