Raghu - Raghvendra Pande - is a 2009-2011 MBA- HR batch student from Amity Business School, Amity University NOIDA. He is Manager - HR operations at Sterlite Power. He has been one of the first ones for me in the classrooms of Amity. I was just a few years elder to him and his batch. So, it has developed into an exquisite relationship with him. He has been a skilled and sensible HR Professional who knows the in-and-out of what works in the jobs, hiring and working.
The Japanese language has been an interesting subject to learn and discuss as well. With a rich history of the development of language and a great legacy of learning it, there are unending insights about Japanese. Prof Steve McCarty brings to you some very significant aspects of Japanese and its association with foreign languages.
Hello Dear Listeners! Welcome to Japancasting Podcast. I am Parveen Sharma from India, hosting the podcast with Prof Steve McCarty. Today we are here to interview Prof Steve again and get his insightful, thought-provoking, and experienced observations on various questions.
The Memoirs are live now. These have always been live and alive actually. One cannot forget the students who have remembered him. Master Ji Ki Diary opens with Page 1 today and you can listen to Shobhit Jolly Sethi - My Student. It is worth the time when we dive deep into their thoughts and expressions.
Osaka Jogakuin College students report on their visit to Chittagong, Bangladesh. It has a history of poverty and persecution of Burmese refugees. The college (Wilmina is its nickname) has contributed money to start and maintain a charitable hospital, including for children. The students speak bilingually, so it provides a lesson in either Japanese or English as a Foreign Language.
Students of Professor Steve McCarty won the annual Osaka Jogakuin University Presentation Contest with this 3-minute discussion. Bullying occasionally happens in a group-oriented society as an outlet for frustrations, but the students never excuse it. They give examples of YouTube, sumo wrestling, and mobile phone harassment. They examine the causes of bullying in Japan and propose solutions.
I am My Students! This podcast series in a Salute to Each Student, who has allowed me to become a Teacher in the classroom, and beyond the walls as well. The best of me came out and is still in a positive quest because the Learners have been my source of inspiration. The way they joined me in those crazy, out of the trend things, actually established an exceptional Learning Culture.
This is a 7-minute stage play performed by four first-year students at a women's college in Japan. This peace dialogue shows how religions have influenced the laws and moral values of their societies. It could be useful for studying world religions, laws, values, or English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
Osaka Jogakuin College first-year students perform a 4-minute dramatic role play they created for the Annual Peace Dialogue Contest. They speak a little Japanese and Korean as well as English and show lively Osaka personalities. They try to overcome historical conflicts between Japan and South Korea that are still problems today.
Episode 20 of the Japancasting Podcast with Prof Steve McCarty brings to you Bilingual Perspectives on Language Teaching: The View from the Goal. This is the soundtrack of an April 2023 conference presentation for the Japan Association for Language Teaching. Steve McCarty teaches Bilingualism and Intercultural Communication classes at Osaka Jogakuin University.
Moving ahead to understand Japan and the world of today, Steve McCarty is taking us into his own life and learning. His passion to explore the culture of Japan has been exceptional and he has always demonstrated the highest regard for the cultural richness of Japan.
The world might not look small when we consider the geographical boundaries and political ownerships. However, there has been a peculiar similarity in terms of cultural and linguistic connections. The folk tales, proverbs and even cuisine and clothes have been mutually impacted by each other.