生徒全体に向けて


オールイングリッシュで行われる授業『オーラルコミュニケーション』。ここでは、ALT主導、日本人英語教師はあくまで補助的に参加し、生徒とALTが本当の意味で直接コミュニケーションを取れるようにしています。学んだ言語材料を使って生徒自身が寸劇を作り、発表するなどの表現活動にも力を入れています。

1・2年生では全商の英語検定を全員受験します。


毎年3月に長崎在住の外国人4名を招いて、自国の言語・文化・歴史等をパワーポイントなどを用いて、プレゼンテーションしてもらう「国際交流の集い」を開催しています。




希望者を募り、夏期休業中のホームスティに送り出しています。







国際ビジネス分野の生徒に向けて
※ 2年生に進級する際に選択。



外国人英語教師2人による生きた英語学習を行っています。外国人英語教師による、英語で書かれたテキストを使ってのオールイングリッシュの授業『英会話A』があります。
また中国語講師2名による中国語の学習も行っています。




国際ビジネス分野3年生総合実践の授業で、外国人外部講師をそれぞれゲストスピーカーとして招き、各国の文化歴史等を学び、英語で交流を図る学習をしています。



外国人講師の指導で行っている『総合実践』の授業です。具体的には次のような内容です。
・ビデオ撮影・編集の学習も含めて、英語のビデオ作品制作
・パワーポイント作成学習も含めて、英語でのプレゼンテーション
・画像処理ソフトの活用も含めて、英語のポスター制作 等


実用英語検定2級合格を目指す授業『課題研究』があります。



シンガポール・マレーシアからの短期留学生受け入れをしています。



長期留学生は毎年タイから1名の生徒を迎え入れています。





様々な国々からの学校訪問を受け入れています。



夏期休業中に、シンガポール・マレーシアでのホームステイプログラムに毎年1名が参加しています。


韓国での語学研修プログラムに希望者が参加しています。









   
Thanks to the development of higher technology and science, the world is becoming smaller and people all over the world are coming into contact and interacting with each other on a larger scale.
Today, every nation on the planet can affect another for better or worse to a greater extent. We are now living in an interdependent world sharing the precious earth.
Japan can no longer survive to prosper single-handedly. As a member of the world-family Japan should cooperate with other members in solving problems surrounding us and contribute to world peace.
In this global age, it is important to produce internationally minded students who are able to communicate with people from different cultures and make a contribution to world peace.
At Nagasaki Commercial High School, we believe that it is a must for students today to have a good command of at least one foreign language as a means of communication.
Secondly, students should establish their own identities through learning the histories of Japan and Nagasaki and then comparing them with those of foreign countries.
We expect our students to have knowledge of things happening around us - nationally and globally.
Finally, our students are expected to be involved in international business transactions and deal with people from different countries, making use of modern devices such as computers and the Internet in the future. In that sense, students should be eager to handle those machines and also have knowledge and wisdom to offer and share with other people.
In order to achieve the above-mentioned aims, we give our students the following type of lessons and urge them to get themselves involved in a lot of activities not only at school but also outside school.

I)
  1. Teaching English as a true means of communication
  2. Making the most of a native speaker of English
  3. Making a class size as small as possible
(It is impossible to teach English as a means of communication in a class with more than 20 students.)
  1. Having at least three native speakers of English as full time teachers. (at least one teacher for each year of study)
  2. Having facilities and teacher resources available for a variety of lessons and activities
  3. Giving students a choice of learning a second foreign language (Chinese, Korean, Spanish, etc.)
  4. Setting up a fund for foreign language teaching and activities
  5. Establishing sister-school relationship with foreign high schools.
  6. Exchanging students and teachers between sister schools
  7. Making use of foreign residents in Nagasaki
II)
  1. Letting students get information of the history of Nagasaki through English
  2. Letting students know about the tragedy of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki
  3. Arousing concerns on issues such as environmental, economical, political, racial, etc.
  4. Urging students to read English newspapers
  5. Encouraging students to publish a newspapers in English
  6. Inviting experts in certain fields to school to broaden the students' viewpoints
  7. Inviting hibakushas (A-Bomb survivors) to school to let the students hear, firsthand stories about the atomic bombing in Nagasaki
III)
  1. Giving students the chance to use computers and the Internet
  2. Urging them to exchange information with foreign friends
  3. Visiting foreign companies and banks and watching their business transactions
  4. Encouraging students to practice business in English