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Two Lakeland College students recently visited Plymouth High School to begin working with Plymouth students on Japanese language skills. The Lakeland students, Japanese natives Koichi Kawada and Sean Fujino, are serving as volunteer “conversation coaches.” Using Skype or FaceTime, they will work weekly with four Plymouth students from Plymouth teacher Laura Koebel’s Facilitated World Language course. “These guys are doing this because they want to,” said Jen Siebert, Lakeland’s director of international programs and instructor of Japanese. “They’re both fantastic. I think it’s going to be great for them, and, of course, the high school students.” 
Submitted photo Two Lakeland College students recently visited Plymouth High School to begin working with Plymouth students on Japanese language skills. The Lakeland students, Japanese natives Koichi Kawada and Sean Fujino, are serving as volunteer “conversation coaches.” Using Skype or FaceTime, they will work weekly with four Plymouth students from Plymouth teacher Laura Koebel’s Facilitated World Language course. “These guys are doing this because they want to,” said Jen Siebert, Lakeland’s director of international programs and instructor of Japanese. “They’re both fantastic. I think it’s going to be great for them, and, of course, the high school students.” Submitted photo

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