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The students of class VI presenting their stories and summaries with other students on Book Fair (Photo: Gen Ngawang Tseten la)

28th March 2016: A month –long hard work practice by both the English teachers and the students for the class VI English Book Fair 2016 had its fruitful result on 28th March 2016. The book fair was arranged in the junior school hall with inauguration done by the…  The students of class VI were seated on the chair with books in their hand and talking about the book to their teachers and students. The teachers and students were attending the class VI students one by one. There was a very active learning atmosphere in the hall. The class VI students were interacting with them with full interest and fire, those who were listening were actively listening and giving them encouragement and acknowledgement for their good job.

 

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Mr. Tashi Topgyal la, Junior School Headmaster listening attentively and giving constructive feedback (Photo: Gen Ngawang Tseten la)

Both the English teachers and the students had really worked hard for the last one month. The program was initiated by Mrs. Tenzin Pelmo la, the English resource person of TCV School.  In order to encourage the students to read more, Mr. Ngawang Tseten la, senior teacher presented an exhibition of more than 100 pictures of students fully engrossed in the reading. Genla had spent lots of time capturing the students fully buried in their books. During the assembly, he also spoke on the importance of reading. Not only that, he called upon few teachers and students to read some of the quotations on reading from famous people.

There were other book fair coming up and this was a good beginning and an eye opener for others. This is also one of the best methods of learning English as a foreign language. Good Job!

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