Humanity is invisible, but it governs our lives. It is no exaggeration to say that the seemingly trivial things, such as making a person human and the attitude towards problems are all connected with humanity. In the Character Education class at Son Football School, students learn about the basics they need to become masters of the global world, communicate with others, and pioneer their dreams. They obtain the words from the old saints’ wisdom of life and look at the character and attitude of successful people. People with a good personality make their places as bright as the sun. We expect footballers to progress in this way.
Reading education at Son Football School begins with the proximity of books. Some students already have reading habits and vice versa, but teenagers are not too late to start. Nothing is more important at this time than reading steadily. Reading books and organizing thoughts requires a high level of intellectual ability, which students must get through repeated practice. Another essential thing in teenage reading is reading unbiasedly. In other words, it is necessary to read different themes and genres and gradually develop the depth of literacy. After reading a book, students write reading notes in various forms, which extends the reading experience of students and leads them to better reading. After a semester, students collect their writings and bundle them in a collection of reading notes.
Son Football School’s English language education aims to make the language of communication more practical for future football players into the world. Students learn English by their level, and the process of listening, speaking, reading and comprehension, rather than test-based English learning, is conducted as a tool for communication. Besides, in class with a native teacher, students can learn about other cultures through indirect experiences with different cultures.
It is often said that Japan is a near but far country. In addition to teaching Japanese through conversation and grammar, the class focuses on understanding Japanese society, culture, and Japanese people and their lives through dramas and songs. Through this program, students are learning “living Japanese,” which is currently used in Japan, to teach them to communicate with Japanese people.
One of the things Son Football School values is the ability for students to manage their emotions. Students often suffer from psychological pressures because of the thought, “My team and I have to come together to produce results and prove their skills in the team.” Stress shakes a player’s performance and keeps players from moving on to a better world. We want to provide some tips to help players get out of stress through emotional management. Football players need to get out of pressure quickly and easily regain peace of mind.