Mount Barker Community College –Fifth annual visit to EBPP

by Ni Nengah Merdekawati, EBPP English Teacher

En 22nd y 23rd de septiembre 2016, EBPP proudly hosted Mount Barker Community College for their 5º annual visit since 2012, this year with 8 high school students aged 15-16 y tres maestros, led as always by their creative and inspiring Geography teacher, Mr Callum Gribble.

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As soon as they arriving at EBPP Ban officeat 09.30am on the 22nd, Komang Kurniawan, Team Leader, explained about the program and introduced EBPP staff. At the first day, Mount Barker and crew piled up onto two EBPP four wheels drive trucks heading to Darmaji School, arriving at 10.30am.

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They had planned many educative activities for EBPP students namely; un tipo de hotel, Clase de matemáticas, clase de computación, y la clase de música. They have done these activities with a duration of 30-45 minutes for each activity.

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At the hotel class, dirigido por los estudiantes de Mount Barker, que habían enseñado Inglés para el turismo. Los estudiantes actúan a cabo una obra de teatro para ser un empresario de hotel; there was a student who acts as a receptionist, los huéspedes, y un encargado de la bolsa (botones). Mount Barker students hold on bigposters with English phrases as the dialogue at the play and our students reading them while act out the play. It was fun because the students could learn English and practiced their reading and speaking abilities through native speaker. At the end the students were playing a game called “traditional kids charades” the students guess the word by acting it out which related to some vocabulary about animals, activity,and object.

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At Mathematic class, the students were doing some fun games related with calculating called “Bingo” where the students put a counter on the cards written numbers on it and they also answer questions based on the number where the counter lays. Besides, the students also played a game related with money. They should pay the money based on the price written on the card. The last one at Math class, the students played a slap game by using solitaire cards. The students enjoyed the games, they felt learning math (calculation) such in a real situation.

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Siguiente, había una clase de música donde los estudiantes estaban haciendo tanto ruido, pero suena muy agradable. EBPP estudiantes colaboraron con dos chicos de Mount Barker que su talento con la música. También enseñaron nuestros estudiantes en jugar cuerdas, notas musicales, y el ritmo.

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En la clase de computación a los estudiantes se les enseñó a manejar un ordenador y copiar una imagen que han tomado de la cámara a la computadora portátil, también haciendo un poco de presentación a través del programa Power Point.

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En el tiempo de descanso los estudiantes estaban jugando deporte como el voleibol, lanzar y atrapar usando bola pegajosa, y también aprender malabares impartido por el Sr. Gribble. Después de comer juntos, Mount Barker entregó algunos presentes donados a EBPP y tomó fotos juntos.

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En el segundo día de su visita, alrededor 08.30 am Mount Barker y el equipo llegaron al centro de Daya bambú cuando Callum preguntó DavidBooth,Fundador EBPP, para explicar sobre el programa. Esta vez Mount Barker y la tripulación fueron divididos en dos grupos. One group learning Bamboo weaving with primary students from Pengalusan and the other one groups learning Balinese dance. Each activity was done in rotation, around one hour in one group.

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At dance lesson, the students from Mount Barker learned Balinese traditional dances called “Wirayuda” for boys and “Puspanjali” for girls. First they learned about the basic movements called “Agem” to stretch out their body then continued with the real movements of the dance. A pesar de que se sentía muy duro, pero aún así disfrutamos de la lección y que habían tratado como el mejor que podían. Mientras que en el tejido de bambú, our primary students had shown their ability in weaving bamboo into a product such as a steamer and a basket. Algunos de los alumnos Mount Barker eran buenos en el tejido y la trajeron a casa los productos que han hecho.

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Around 12.00 am después del almuerzo,Mount Barker and crew went to visit Cegi School. en CEGI, all seniorstudents were learning music and Bahasa Indonesia. There was a group vocal Cegi has shown their talented in playing music instruments and singing songs entitled “Thank You”, “Deep in My Heart”, and “One Call a Way”. Before heading to Daya Bamboo Centre, Mount Barker and crew went to visit the community at Cegi hamlet to see the activity of the people in that community and how they carry out their life by make use of agricultural product provided at their field. After walking around through the village, acerca de 01.30 pm Mount Barker and crew went back to Daya Bamboo centre to join with Ketut Swastika in learning bamboo.

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A lot of difference activities we have done between EBPP students and Mount Barker has become unforgettable experiences for both of us and we enjoyed very much every single of the activities. Muchas gracias por su visita y su donación espero que el próximo año vamos a ver de nuevo.

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