義大焦點 IN FOCUS WEEK 15

01I-Shou International Preschool - Dress Like a Book Character Day

In a wonderful display of creativity and literary appreciation, the ISIP students embraced their favorite fictional worlds last week by participating in a "Dress Like a Book Character" event. The event aimed to foster a love for reading while encouraging self-expression and imagination among the young learners. The students all arrived excited to share their creative costumes with their friends.

The "Dress Like a Book Character" event not only celebrated the joy of reading but also emphasized the importance of imagination and critical thinking. Students wore a range of costumes which showcased their interests and highlighted the craft skills of themselves and their families.

The "Dress Like a Book Character" event at the ISIP was a resounding success, leaving a lasting mark on the young minds and reminding everyone of the transformative power of books.


02Primary Department Spring Music Festival

This year's annual Spring Concert for the Primary School was held this Tuesday afternoon. The performances included singing, dancing, recorder, ukulele, cello, and other instrumental performances, as well as the highly anticipated student orchestra performance.

Every performance was exceptional, leaving  the audience in awe. We were moved by the students' creativity and artistic expressions during this annual music festival. We express our gratitude to all the teachers involved and the behind-the-scenes team for their collective cooperation and effort; especially Teacher Kevin and Teacher Ellie. You are the best!


03International Secondary Department (ISD) and Secondary Bilingual Department (SBD) Spring Concert

Students from both Secondary Departments (ISD and SBD) enjoyed the Spring Concert this week. There were a variety of student performances, which included singing, piano, cello, and flute. Students were able to showcase their musical talents, and they put together a very nice show for their peers.

Special thanks to all of the student performers, music teachers Tr. Ellie and Tr. Kevin, SAO, and others who helped put this wonderful event together.


04Parent Teacher Conferences For Secondary Bilingual Department

This week, many parents from the Secondary Bilingual Department participated in Parent Teacher Conferences. Our teachers explained to each family the learning progress of their child at school in establishing good communication channels between parents and teachers to help students improve and grow together.

Thank you to all the parents who attended the conferences!


05Students in Chinese Class Enter the World of International Translated Novels Through Drama Interpretation

In the 4th unit of the 9th-grade Chinese Language and Literature course, students delve into the world of translated short stories from different countries: Guy de Maupassant's "Ball of Fat" from France, Anton Chekhov's "The Chameleon" from Russia, and O. Henry's "The Last Leaf" from the United States.

Through the medium of drama, students interpret these works and gain entry into the international realm of translated fiction. This approach not only enhances their creativity, critical thinking, attention, self-confidence, and communication skills, but also requires a thorough understanding of the works and their underlying meanings in order to bring their interpretations to their fullest potential.


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Digital Media Academy
Cambridge International Education