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IV Organization and Implementation of Curriculum
gClass activitiesh are defined as activities to improve progress in class and school life and to cultivate sound life styles for children.
¡Examples of content are:
(1) Solve various problems in class and school life, organize a class to assign work to individual students, and to improve various group lives in school by making class rules.
(2) To develop attitudes to live with hope and purpose, to acquire basic living habits, to develop good human relationships, to understand the importance of roles and jobs of assigned work such as cleaning, to make use of school library, to build healthy and safe lifestyles in mind and body, and to develop school lunch in view of food education and desirable eating habits.

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