Our SUIS Book Week was very exciting with a daily quiz and a huge book fair. This yearwe also had storytelling, a reading competition, door decoration and avariety of creative activities.
The vocabulary and idiom dress-up day costumes were quite impressive and creative too!On top of that, we had costume parades during assembly times.
We were lucky to have an entertaining storyteller, Carl Gough, all the way from Wales. He encouraged our students to engage in storytelling through the atmospheric use of his drone flute. Some of our Grade 5 students also participated in a workshop where they learned what makes spooky stories spooky.
We welcomed Mr. Peng Yi, a famous children's literature writer, translator and picture books expert, who gave a wonderful presentation about his ‘Fantastic Journey on Paper’ to the students of Grade One and Grade Two.
He was the guide of his fantasy journey, opening the door of fantasy to children with humor and emotion. Not only were children completely immersed in the world of fantasy stories, but they also learned how to read picture books in different ways. We look forward to meeting Mr.Peng Yi again in his fantasy books.
We also invited two famous actors from Debase theater company in Australia, Liz Skitch and Clint Bolster, to present afantastic comedy. They turned waiting into a game with imagination and creativity, which brought us great fun.
Story Writing Competition!
For our story writing competition this year there were many fabulous stories entered and the judges had a really hard time deciding on the winners.We focused on stories in which characters showed a learner profile.
We also had a creative bookmark design competition. Our ‘Magic Reading Wall’ expanded across the main floor as students read numerous books. For every book students read they added a magical cloud coming out of a magical Aladdin lamp.
Daily Quiz “每日问答”吸引学生纷纷驻足参与
Door Decoration was a special cross-subjectgame which combinedreading andart. Students and teachers designed, drew and decorated doorstogether to let themforma beautiful scenery at SUIS
It was certainly a very exciting week! Keep reading and enjoying stories – in any language, any time!