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... Thanks you guys it made my day.
Well after this week I never, ever want to hear in the
jungle ever again. I got my wish, I managed to sing songs with all my classes
but man after singing it with over 20 classes its safe to say that I know the
song inside and out. Despite having to sing it loads of times, it was still
lots of fun. I even had one boy tell me “I really like that song” ...
... without music and once with music. By this point I know that they
are probably sick to death of “in the jungle” and wont want to sing it so in
order to motivate them that little bit extra I, bring out my phone and say that
im going to film them singing it. Well this certainly gets the ball rolling.
The kids jump out of their seats, they start dancing its great and it manages
to hype them up enough to sing it with the ...
... br> alone, it doesn’t matter where you go or how you are going there… there will
always be Chinese people who want to talk to you. Even If they speak little to
no English. This is what Adrian encountered last Saturday. While sitting on the
bus, a Chinese guy (who spoke no English) and his girlfriend (who spoke a
little bit of English) thought they would befriend Adrian and have a little
chat. When Adrian told me this I wasn’t sure how they ...
... before heading back to the
main part of the school.
For the “delicious food” section of the days festival, each
class from 4 – 9 had its own stall where they sold food or drinks. Now when I
heard about this I thought the food would be like it would be at an Australian
Market or fate, cakes and things that had already been prepared…. I was wrong.
The kids had all kinds of things out, woks, sandwich presses, grills, deep
fryers it ...
... we as a class would do each
step in stages however of course with 48 kids that was not going to happen.
First I was going to get everyone to draw and cut out the face and eyes for
their ghost… then I would get them to glue it on the cups so I could hand out
the plastic bags for the ghostly tail. The kids were a bit confused at first
but they soon got really into it and some of the cup – ghosts ...