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Reflections on English Leadership Club

Students in Years 5 and 6 got to use their leadership skills this term in a brand new club!


English Leadership Club brought together student leaders from BIS and English learners from Binh Tho School for weekly lessons in beginner English language.  With the help of Ms Lisa and Ms Georgina, the BIS students taught lessons about basic vocabulary and speaking in simple sentences.  After a successful term, the student leaders had the opportunity to reflect on their time in the club, the challenges they faced, and what they learned.


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Are you proud of something you did during your time in English Leadership Club?


Being able to teach them like teachers. Because we could become a teacher in the future.


--Duong, Year 5 Student


What was the most challenging part of this experience for you?


When I started ELC (English Leadership Club) I didn’t know what to do and what to react with the children. Making them behave was difficult.


--Dae Yeon, Year 6 Student


 What is the most important thing you have learned?


Being the leader is very HARD! Because normally when you lead the class you’re scared that something is going to go wrong!


--Dae Yeon, Year 6 Student


I’ve learned that in order to teach students that their English is not that good, we need to be patient and repeat that vocabulary word a lot of times.


--York, 6H


 Samantha Baker / EAL Teacher and Community Service Leader


 



 


 

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