Tech -savvy: English activities utilizing ready to use mobile apps such as LINE Voice sending for oral reading skill enhancement, paperless diary writing, picture-sent points for recording classwork points.
Garden Photography Walk: Making use of the school garden to challenge the photography skills and creative captions of MEP-SEP students to give them the feeling of a stress-free learning environment. Here are the best photos collected.
ZoomCast is an activity patterned from the podcast. In ZoomCast students from MEP/SEP will get the chance to freely talk about their feelings, opinion, and ideas about the gist of the topic discussed during the Zoom lesson.
The aim of ZoomCast is to encourage MEP/SEP students to “just speak in English”. And of course, to let the students know that it is “OK” to speak the language regardless of imperfect syntax, pronunciation and others.
January 13, 2021: The director of the Educational Service Area 2 Dr. Suchart Kladsook along with the NMK school director Mr. Surasak Karun attended M1/2 Zoom Classroom and gave a short casual talk to boost students confidence and at the same time appreciate the students flexibility in doing the Zoom Online Learning.
NMK-MEP/SEP turned to Zoom Learning as schools closed due to another COVID-19 surge in the kingdom.
Yes, majority of the students were unhappy of just studying at home and not being able to go back to school where they could meet their classmates and friends, enjoy school activities and of course study in a physical classroom. Despite of everything, MEP/SEP students will and must continue to improve their English speaking skills in order to keep track and keep on remembering the language. That is why, for this period MEP-SEP students polished their speaking skills through Newscasting like the video above.
This way, they could discover their hidden newscasting potentials and a bonus chance to work together as a team virtually, keep their minds occupied with something productive and be proud of what they have achieved through their video outputs.
SPECIAL NOTE: Below is the file for students who will be doing “SPECIAL SUBMISSION/MAKE-UP WORK”.
The World Against COVID-19: Resilience, Discipline and Unity is the theme of the contest this year. Joining for the second time, Virginia of M3/12 faced the challenge along with the other 33 delegates from different schools under Zone A.
For this contest, participants were tasked to do public speaking about the theme on the first round. Fifty percent of the participants will be chosen to continue to the second round; the impromptu proper.
This year’s contestants really showed many potentials during the competition and for that our proud congratulations to you all!
Finally, Virginia finished the competition Ranking No. 1 (again for two consecutive years now).