Guided Debate Match is the first debate activity for both MEP 1/2,2/2,3/12 and SEP 4/3,5/3. This time’s debate topic is about:
For this activity, teams are divided into AFF (positive) and NEG (negative) respectively. As for the debate’s guidelines:
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).
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)
See Official Skit Result Below:
Joining the singing contest for the EP/MEP Academic Skills Competition in Rajavinit Mattayom School is Lookwa of M1/2.
This year the total number of singing contestants totalled to 40 students for the lower secondary category only.
” I am excited and nervous!” says Lookwa with a big, nervous smile. (Watch video on top to see Lookwa’s performance. )
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)
See Results below:
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)
iMathTool Math Project Entry
e-duo Science Project Entry
MEP students successful in the Qualifier Round of Science and Mathematics Project Work.
Congratulations and good luck for the next round!
Saturday, September 26, 2020: MEP students joins ONE DAY CAMP conducted by foreign teachers. Here’s what they say about the activities:
“My favorite game is the maze challenge, it’s fun and exciting! “
” My most favorite game in the One Day Camp is the maze Game. This game is enjoyable for me and we use the brain to think of the solution.”
“My favorite game is three-legged race because I think it is a fun game. There are two people to play this game and each leg will be tied with a rope and together we walk or jump to the other end.”
“My favorite game is pass the shirt because we must have teamwork to win the game.”
“Most games must have teamwork and must work together to win!”
“Talent show is one of the most important activities in the camp. I love the show of 2/2 boys. I was very surprised and amazed because they used many different kinds of instruments.”
“Student staffs in my team are very playful and they teach me everything how to play. “
“The Tree Explorer, is the activity that help us to know the different kinds of trees inside the school. We also learn the tree uses and others. “
“The One-Day camp was fun and I would like to enjoy this again! “
“The student staffs are so tall and someday I wanted to be tall like them. “
“I think this camp is really fun and help me to learn English more. Student staffs are very good, food and snacks are very good too. “