Nature Day : Exploring school’s gardens (Herbal Garden, Botanical Garden and by the Pond Garden.)
Graphic Day – is an English interactive challenge to check students reading comprehension skill. Their tasks are to interpret all passages into graphic illustrations with short and numbered description.
Game Day: Classic Game of Snake and Ladder for de-stressing.
“Video Jockey Project” – is an MEP-SEP students fun speaking project where they got the chance to showcase and personally introduce their best chosen songs in any languages. Once again, the emphasis and targeted skill of this project is to let the students S P E A K in English while having fun!
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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.
Our beloved Mattayom 2/2 students Noey, Onyx, Hill, Ploy and Sanae are representing our school in this 2020 EP/MEP Academic Skills Competition / Skit category. They play the roles of five young girls trying to figure out ways to avoid the COVID-19 pandemic through three acts. Enjoy with “Back to school”, “The tickling facemask” and “The punching crown”. Hopefully they will put a smile on your face in these difficult times. (Teacher Art & the Skit team)
Ged of M2/2, represented NMK-MEP in the Multi Skills Competition which includes writing, picture dictation, listening, speaking and reading skills tests. For this year the event was held at Nawaminthrachinuthit Triamudomsuksanumklao School and started at 7.30 am and went on until evening with a short lunch break where the students were allowed to meet their mentor teachers and share their experiences with the writing, picture dictation, listening and reading skills tests. The last round was the Speaking Skills test where the students were asked questions and required to answer fluently and creatively. While the results are still to be announced, it was an overall fun learning experience for both participants and mentor teachers. (T. Jeffrey)
Haris of M3/12, participated in Spelling Bee Competition. Spelling Bee Competition consists of 3 rounds. This year, the competition was held at Wat Rajabopit School, Bangkok. It started at 9.30 a.m. and students took a break at 11 a.m. to have lunch. Mentor teachers could see their students during lunch time. The competition then resumed at 12 noon and lasted until 3.30 p.m.
As for the competition proper, judges will give 20 words for students to spell during the first round. Students have to at least get 10 correctly spelled vocabulary to pass through the next round. In the second round judges will ask the students to spell out 20 words and same goes for the third round. It was indeed a really challenging experience for students to take part in this competition knowing that they have to read and memorize if possible thousands of English words. Spelling Bee is like deep sea diving, students can have a good experience before competition and during the competition. (T. Nuro)