English week: Tuesday

  • 12 februari 2019

12th February TUESDAY

Planning:

10:30 am-11:20 am        NATO  Mr Ian Barnes: Canadian - Irish Lieutenant Colonel, Mr Elzinga: Head of Spectrum and C3 infrastructure branch, (Mr Alan Smith -Representative of the Belgian Military Defence) 3rd grade LOSP in Humblet (supervised by Miss Elzinga) AND English Tea organised by Miss Van Geem 3HOT, 4HOT, 3BRK, 4BRK in demokeuken

11:20 am-12:10 pm        NATO  Mr Ian Barnes: Canadian - Irish Lieutenant Colonel, Mr Elzinga: Head of Spectrum and C3 infrastructure branch, (Mr Alan Smith -Representative of the Belgian Military Defence) 3rd grade LOSP in Humblet (supervised by Miss Elzinga) AND AFS (American Field Sevice) Cultural differences 4SW, 5HOT, 5TOER in J110 AND English in the Norrland- Miss Van Laethem

lunch 12:10 pm

13:00 pm-13:50 pm        AFS -guest speaker Julia- Stereotypes 5SP1 in J110 AND Dating scene (British Council) 5/6BRK in J112

13:50 pm-14:40 pm        AFS -guest speaker Julia- Stereotypes 6SP2 in J110

14:50 pm-15:40 pm        AFS -guest speaker Julia- Stereotypes 5LOSP3, 7GRM, 7SpR in J110

15:40 pm-16:30 pm        Valentine’s Memory- British Royal Family 7GRM/ 7SpR in J110

 

Comments: NATO on our Campus: NATO  Mr Ian Barnes: Canadian - Irish Lieutenant Colonel and Mr Elzinga: Head of Spectrum and C3 infrastructure branch were invited to the Campus and informed our students about military missions, the different military branches and about communication in the army. NATO membership is open to “any European state in a position to further the principles of this Treaty and to contribute to the security of the North Atlantic area.” NATO also has what it calls the Membership Action Plan. It helps aspiring members prepare for membership and meet key requirements by providing practical advice and targeted assistance. Teachers and students were impressed by these professionals and a new world opened to our sports students! War, crime and punishment go together and the army tries to ensure peace for all people.

AFS – Julia: On Tuesday, the pupils were introduced to the world of AFS. Julia, who told the pupils about her experience with AFS, taught them that culture goes deeper than simply the tip of the iceberg. Underneath the obvious differences, like food and clothes, there are also differences in religion, the way we greet each other, interpretation of time … Did you know you are still on time in Mexico when you arrive an hour late?

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