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Japanese and English language educator

Saeko Ogi, Japanese and English language educator. Certified English, social studies secondary teacher, Canberra, Australia. Nominated for National Excellence in Teaching award Canberra Church of England Girls Grammar School, 1996. Member Australia-Japan Society.

Background

Ogi, Saeko was born on January 24, 1931 in Tokyo. Daughter of Masaaki and Fusa (Yamazaki) Yoshioka.

Education

Diploma, Tokyo Women's Christian College, Tokyo, 1951.

Career

Japanese language teacher, The AME School, Canberra, Australia, 1972-1985;Japanese language teacher, Canberra Church England Girls Grammer School, Canberra, Australia, 1983-1996;Japanese language teacher, Orana School for Rudolf Steiner Education, Canberra, Australia, since 1997. Tutor Canberra College of Advanced Education, Australia, 1973-1979. Chief teacher Australia-Japan Society language course, Canberra, 1979-1983.

Director Australian National University summer course, Canberra, 1987-1992.

Achievements

  • Certified English, social studies secondary teacher, Canberra, Australia.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A New Approcah to the Use of Hiragana in Learning Japanese, 1983, A New Approach to the Use of Kanji in Learning Japanese, 1987, Making Japanese Easy - A Guide to "Nihongo Shoho", 1987, Challenge Japanese - 40 Puzzles for Years 11 and 12, 1995.

Membership

Member Australia-Japan Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Haiku writing, drawing, reading, knitting.

Connections

Married Tomu Ogi, March 27, 1954 (deceased July 1971).

father:
Masaaki Yoshioka

mother:
Fusa (Yamazaki) Yoshioka

spouse:
Tomu Ogi