Hanko is stamp in Japanese and the kids here go nuts over them. Especially if it means getting a price at the end. One of the recommendations during Orientation at Asunaro was to have a hanko card to encourage students to participate in class and do their homework. My predecessor did use hanko cards but I was really inspired by the design on the sempai JETs here, Sally L, showed us during our workshops.
So proof that I am not only chatting away on FB but working, voila my hanko cards.
|Inside the Hanko/Name Tag card|
|The "Outside" where the name tag faces me|
the In-class Phrases chart faces the student.
Folded in three