Xingzhi Migrant Art School is a non-profit organization that offers art lessons for the children of migrant workers who otherwise would not have this opportunity. This update was written by Director Gu, the founder of and a teacher at the Art School.
We had English speaking class today. Teacher Luo gave us a topic—self introduction and introduction of friends. She gave each of us a model conversation. After learning some sentences, we began to practice within group. Then we had 5 minutes to select our topic. It’s time to do presentation. We picked up the group losing in paper, stone and scissors game to do presentation first. Each group would speak no less than 3 minutes. No Chinese during conversation. Some students set their scene in the classroom, some of them in the library or birthday party. Teacher Luo said English learning can be flexible. The scenes can be various. Our pronunciation developed a lot through practice.
TFish support our English communication course and 25 people were benefited from the course.
Original article written by Xiaochen Gu, translated by Maggie Li, Edited by Yanyan Zhang
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