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  今学期の四週目、私たちは日本の学生に学園祭について色々な質問を聞きました。日本の学生は食べ物の屋台がいちばんすきだとこたえました。そして、日本で人気があるので、メロンパンとクッキーを作ると決めました。屋台のデコレーションやポスターも作りました。 メロンパンは日本の伝統的なお菓子です。メロンパンといってもメロンは入らなくて、パンとクッキーを作らせたメロンっぽいパンです。日本で子供にも大人にもとても人気があります。こういうお菓子は可愛くてさっぱりです、そして、メロンパンは作りやすくたそうですから、メロンパンを作ることにしました。まず、生地を作りました。パン生地を作りました。でも、すごくべたべ たパンですから、作るのはとても難しかった。記事がふくらまのを待っているまに、パンにのせるクッキー生地を作りました。それから、生地を四つのつのぶぶんにわかれて、つぎ十六のぶぶんにわかれました。私たちはそれらをボールに転がして、パン生地にクッキー生地をのせました。次、パイナップルのデザインを作成するためにクッキー生地にスコアをつけて、四十五分間ぐらいをふくれ上がりました。三十分ぐらいメロンパンをやきまして、一のを食べました。とてもおいしかったです! 当日、12時にやたいをじゅんびしました。お茶やメロンパンやクッキーだしました。私たちのメロンパンはとても人気があって、あっという間に売り切れました。学生と先生はおいしいと言ってくれました。 たくさんの屋台を見ました。隣の屋台ではクイズをやっていて、日本の県を一番多く正解した参加者が優勝、好きなお菓子がもらえました。御神籤は屋台で配られました、片面には運勢が書かれて、もう片面には人生助言が書かれました。日本の詩が書かれた御神籤もあり、違った意味を鑑賞できます。特筆べ きは、これらが全部手書きで、とてもきれいに作られていることです。 めっちゃ楽しい時間を過ごしました。    In week 4 of this semester, we talked to Japanese students about gakuensais’ within Japan. We asked various questions, such as what their favourite gakuensais’ were in Japan. We then found that overall, the Japanese students said they liked food stalls the best. We then decided to […]
The School of Literatures, Languages & Cultures warmly welcome you to the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Michelle Keown, to be held on Wednesday 26th April, 5:15pm at G.03 Lecture Theatre, 50 George Square. The lecture will last approximately an hour and will be followed by an informal drinks reception. ‘A Story of a People On […]
Claire at an event about chemical engineering
By Claire, fourth year, BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering Before entering university, my thoughts on chemical engineering were very much on the surface level. I knew that it involved a substantial amount of chemistry but that was about it. The saying goes, you don’t really know something until you’ve tried it out and after four years, […]
Neil Lent* It can be argued that in the last few years we have seen a few moral panics centred on perceived opportunities for academic misconduct by students. These panics include the use of essay mills for contract cheating, the change to remote assessment due to the pandemic, and, now, the use of technology such […]
What can be found between words and images?  Utterances brings together creatives who work with words and language as part of their practice, unravelling the acts of writing,reading and storytelling, locating ways these can be experienced by an audience. If writing is viewed as a vessel for description, and image to narrative, what new meanings can […]
This blog contains resources supporting the teaching of Buddhism in schools. There are two parts: blog posts on specific resources, and three resource collections (see menu for links). This blog provides a growing selection of resources for school teachers and other educators working to communicate Buddhism in new and interesting ways. The resources are created […]

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