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-English-

From Tuesday, March 29th until Thursday, March 31st, five 7th grade students participated in the Online Southern Language Festival Competition. The competition was held by the P.E. institution. The event included activities in which the 4 skills were involved. (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speech) They had to use them to answer the questions assigned to each participant.

“I initially wanted to try something different and to learn new things,” said Catalina Lloreda. The first competition I was invited to was in French, and I had a great time, and I felt that I was learning a lot. Then I was asked to participate in English, it was tough, but in the end it was very challenging”. 

The preparation for the competition helped the students to gain control over their answers and to gain self-confidence. On the other hand, they had the opportunity to practice their skills in the classroom. Some of the topics they used in class were used in the event. In addition, professor Germán Valdés taught them images and key words so that they could analyze and define what type of class each one of them was. 

“This was a new experience because I have never been in a competition before. At first I was a bit indecisive but then I made the decision and I felt very happy. In the competition I learned a lot and it was also very cool to answer the questions,” revealed Natalia Morales.

The event was based on answering questions with different frequencies of levels, each time a student answered correctly he/she got a point, at the end of the competition, the top three schools received a voucher for school-related purchases.  

Congratulations to the students on their participation in the event!

-Español

Desde el 29 hasta el 31 de Marzo cinco estudiantes de 7º realizaron una competencia Online del Southern Language Festival, ocho países de latinoamérica asistieron al evento virtual. La competencia fue llevada a cabo por la institución de E.P. El evento contó con actividades en donde se incluyeron las 4 habilidades (Lectura, Escucha, Habla y Escritura) en donde debían hacer uso de estas para responder las preguntas que se les asignaba a cada participantes.

“Yo inicialmente quería intentar algo diferente y aprender nuevas cosas” dijo Catalina Lloreda. “La primera competencia me invitaron en francés, y la pase super chevere sentí que aprendía cada vez más.

La preparación para la competencia ayudó a los estudiantes a tener control sobre sus respuestas y ganar confianza en sí mismos. Por otro lado, tuvieron la oportunidad de practicar sus habilidades en el salón de clase, algunos de los temas que usaban en clase fueron utilizados en el evento. Así mismo, el profesor Germán Valdés les enseñaba imágenes y palabras claves para que pudieran analizar y definir qué tipo de clase era cada una. 

“Esta era una nueva experiencia porque nunca estuve en una competencia. Al principio estaba un poco indecisa pero luego tomé la decisión y me sentí muy feliz. En la competencia aprendí bastante también era muy chevere contestar las preguntas.”  reveló Natalia Morales.

El evento se basaba en responder preguntas con diferentes frecuencias de niveles, cada vez que un estudiante respondía de manera correcta obtenía un punto, al finalizar la competencia, los tres mejores colegios recibieron un bono para realizar compras en relación con el colegio.  

¡Felicidades a los estudiantes por su participación en este evento!

 

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