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The other day, a junior high school student from Iwate Prefecture interviewed me about a local blog and regional activation.
Visiting learning for school excursions
We interviewed 3 students at a junior high school in the Sanriku area of Iwate Prefecture. During the school excursion, I was asked to interview the people who worked in Tokyo as part of a “visit study” that would lead me to future career paths. Many requests came when I was doing a blog, but I was happy because I didn't expect to be interviewed by a junior high school student in Iwate Prefecture.
I was interviewed in a question-and-answer format in Q & A.
“When do you become active and be aware of the local community?”
“What do you keep in mind to convey the charm of each place in a blog in an easy-to-understand manner?”
“What do you want us to do when we are in junior high school?”
All of the questions are solid.
“How long can people who live in the area continue to communicate their own areas?”
The interview of 1 time ended in no time while thinking that it would be good if it was just there.
After the interview, we went to Shibuya Hikarie to see the scrambled intersection and Shibuya in the middle of development. Everyone seems to have come to Tokyo for the first time, and the reaction is fresh (^^) I also had this time (distant eyes)
After this, I will go to Sunshine City Aquarium in Ikebukuro and TDR. Finally, everyone took a commemorative photo and sent them off to Shibuya Station.
Everyone is a junior high school student in 3 and may be preparing for high school entrance exams next year, and talk about their career path.
Those who have clear goals for the future can prepare for it, but honestly, as a junior high school 3 grader, there are many people who have not found what they want to do in the future (I too) It was).
I want to go to various places, have a lot of experiences, and find one of them that makes me feel like this!
If you can spend some time in Tokyo during the summer of junior high school 3 graders, which is only once in a lifetime, you will be able to use it as a useful hint for something in your future life. It was an interview that I thought of that.
Iwate has only been to Hanamaki, but I want to go again!
I want to read it together
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