LIGHTEN THE VIETNAMESE YOUTHS’ TALENT BY JAPANESE EFFORTLESS EDUCATION
- To enhance their DIY (Do It Yourself) ability and help encourage them to be self-confident, independent, to build up can-do attitude.
- To get the brain work out, to develop the creativity.
- To train them to be patient.
- To promote their potential talents.
- To train their discipline, and get them out of electronic devices.
- Aim to expand the projects to nationwide of Vietnam.
- We have provided a wide range of training courses including: cuisine and non- cuisine.
- Volume of class: 10 – 20 pax (1 child and 1 parent who will support their child; If the child is familiar with the course, the parent can let their child confidently participate alone)
- Tution: 1 Japanese teacher and 3 assistants.
- Duration of 1 class: 2.5 – 3 hours
- Organization time: every Sunday.
- 2 kinds of the topic:
- Cuisine: art sushi, rice balls (onigiri), Wagashi, Mochi cakes, art sweet bread, pancake souffle… The fee per course: 18USD/ticket.
- Non-cuisine: origami, paper quilling, kirigami, Japanese clay, Kimono fabric flower hand-made, knitting Yukata clogs hand-made, recycled items hand-made... The fee per course: 14USD/ticket.
・ Brainstorming the theme, list up the necessary items, contact the partner in Japan to order materials, tools, etc., and request them to deliver to Vietnam. Most of the items are available only in Japan so we will connect with a partnering company in Japan.
・ Contact local kindergartens, schools, universities, and companies to cooperate.
・One week before the implementation date, sort and organize raw materials and tools.
・ One day before the implementation date, contact the participants and remind them to save the date
2. During the course:
- 9:00 – 9:30: First, greet each other in Japanese and Vietnamese and introduce yourself. Have fun exercising.
-9:35 – 10:45: DIY activities. We show them the know-how to make Japanese items such as Sushi, Onigiri, Wagashi...
After that, let them make it by themselves so that everyone's creativity and ideas can be utilized. The Japanese teacher will share the story of Japanese culture.
- 10: 50 – 11:10: Japanese people evaluate the most wonderful things and give prizes.
- 11: 15 – 11:30: Play the game and give souvenirs to those who can answer.
- 11:35 – 11:50: Take a commemorative photo using Camera Instax.
--11: 55 – 12:00: Everyone takes a picture together and finishes.
Bring home a piece of work, a bottle of water and a door gift per person. This door gift includes Japanese products, Japanese picture books, toys for learning Japanese, and 100-yen items.
3. Follow-up after the course ends: We send the survey to the participants as well as call them directly to talk about their feedback and reviews to make improvement for the up-coming courses.