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Differences in the japanese and english education experiences for the young japanese learnerMost schools in Japan have the same three-term system as in england, although the year begins in April, not September. When students begin the year in September in England it can be disorientating as they are half way through their school year in Japan. This can also be true for students returning at the end of the year. Homework in Japan is more rigorous than in England. The japanese students have daily drills at home as well as homework, continuing throughout the holidays. While they are in England many japanese parents feel it is important that japanese studies are maintained and often students attend japanese schools on Saturday. This can result in japanese students being tired in school as their workload is greater than that of english students. They may also miss out on social events, as they are not able to be with their english friends on Saturdays. The class sizes in Japan are often greater than those in England with students learning by rote and from textbooks, finding it quite difficult to come to terms with the more student-centred learning in smaller