AFTER D.O.D.I PROJECT 13 FEBRUARY MEETING
THE PARTICIPANTS' IMPRESSIONS
MR AND MRS WILDS
“An enjoyable and constructive way to help pupils with their English language. We enjoyed the morning very much. The girls were both very pleasant, polite and interested to find out about us. Their English, both spoken and written was very good.”
MR AND MRS WEST
“I suggest that when junior pupils are present they are included in the team introduction. Additionally, when questions are read by the college students in English, they also translate the question into French for the juniors so that they may understand the
question/s and feel more involved. Some may be able to contribute to the answers.”
MR AND MRS HAIGH
“Yes, it twas cold –but we enjoyed the session all the same!
The problem with the digital photos was simply that we could not see them properly – the idea is good.”
MR ANS MRS SHELTON
It is always nice to learn about the area and we are sure that the pupils enjoy it also.
We certainly have learned a lot of interesting facts about Breuil Barret.
It is a terrible admission, but we have forgotten the names of the two students!
But they were wonderful!
Both very keen to speak English and join in to find the answers to the quiz’s.
Very polite and both seemed very keen to take part.
D.O.D.I. PROJECT 13
TOP 5 MORNING ACTIVITIES
1/ Having breakfast with French pupils and students
2/ Looking for information about the commune (questionnaire 1)
3/ Songs performed by the primary pupils
4/ Song performed by the students (“G'day - G'day”)
5/ Answering “Memory Game” questions about the digital photos (questionnaire 2)