運動会で6カ国放送……外国人の子供急増に悲鳴 (読売新聞 2018年3月31日)

運動会で6カ国放送……外国人の子供急増に悲鳴 (読売新聞 2018年3月31日)

横浜市立南吉田小学校は全校児童約740人のうち半数以上が外国籍。家庭で使うのは母国語のみという子供もいて、昨年秋の運総会では英語や中国語など6か国語で放送。日本語を早く覚えてもらわないと、学校は大変だ。

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