Imagine a scenario some children may find challenging: an elderly relative rising after a delightful meal to sing traditional folk songs from their youth. Sadly, these old songs and their relative’s singing may not align with young people’s preferences. In this lesson, students will observe a Japanese grandma in a similar situation. They’ll explore their emotions, refine their writing tone, and navigate the delicate task of conveying the unfolding scene, expressing their personal sentiments, while avoiding causing offense.
Grandma Singing: When Someone Sings