Posted in Extracurricular Activities, Fun English, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, ONLINE LEARNING

ZOOM MEP PRE-STUDY

Announcing ZOOM MEP Pre-Study for Incoming Mattayom 1/2 students. See class timetable below for guidance.

For PARENTS: Scan LINE QR CODE below.

FOR PARENTS

For Students: Scan T. Ize LINE QR Code below.

FOR STUDENTS

For Zoom Meeting ID see below:

Ize Zech is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Ize Zech’s Personal Meeting Room

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/9145921779?pwd=UStjVDRGajdJY3ZPcXd1NTA3NkpOZz09

Meeting ID: 914 592 1779
Passcode: 142szV

Posted in Extracurricular Activities, Fun English, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, YEAR END ACTIVITIES

English Camp 2020

This year’s semester end trip is back to Navy Phirom located in the beautiful city of Hua Hin. AY 2020 was a bit difficult for MEP-SEP community that is why this two-day trip is indeed a good way to end the semester. After all the up’s and down’s of AY 2020, the English Camp serves indeed a breath of fresh air for the MEP-SEP students.

What do Students Say About the English Camp?

Last night was a camp day with friends who had fun and were so happy that they didn’t want to go home and want to be together for a long time. (Aomngern)

This place is so fun and the sea is so beautiful and the breakfast is great! (Tee)

This is my first time coming to English camp. It was more fun than I thought. There are a lot of activities. (Prang)

In English camp, I like it because activities, kind staffs, delicious food and beautiful view. (Nanthapak Vilathong (Jaa1) M.1/2 Sn.21)

I’m very happy of this camp because it’s have beautiful views and the staff of this camp very friendly. (Creammy)

Posted in Extracurricular Activities, Fun English, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, Teachers' Activities

POEMS & CAPTIONS CHALLENGE

Freeverse Poems: After giving a brief intro on how to construct freeverse poems, students are asked to make freestyle poems (must be on the spot and not copied), with free metrics and varied contents. Then, attached it to a picture that best describes the tone of their poems. And here goes the Students Freeverse Poems:

Photo-caption Challenge: Students were tasks to take photos in every station and write a caption about the photo taken: Below are samples of “Students’ Photo-caption Output”: