It’s Martin Werner Zander of the Smith’s School of English スミス英会話 甲東園 with a follow-up post regarding the intelligent use of paper. In the last blog post, I talked about the good deal of satisfaction already gained in Going Paperless and progress in this endeavor is an ongoing process.
Having said that, one paper product that I believe ought to stay with us for a while longer is the good old-fashioned book, and not just any book, but one that contributes to our experience and knowledge in a profound way as well as being as portable as possible. This could be a university-level physics text book, a 19-Century British Literature novel or a newly-updated travel guided tucked under your arm as you make your way through unfamiliar lands.
The reference library for travelers at the Kotoen School スミス英会話 甲東園 is extensive and English Conversation students there are actively encouraged to make use of them. Guide Books with similar philosophies and repetitive organization become second nature for intermediate and higher levels to use and some of the more popular items have actually made the journey and back!
It is very rewarding to be able to do this kind of work in Japan and the Smith’s School of English Franchise system is a choice platform to facilitate it.
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