Language Week 2015

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DID YOU KNOW

The Great Wall of China is approximately 6,430 Km long (3,995 miles)
The Eiffel Tower has 1,792 steps and has 2,500,000 rivets
The fortune cookie was invented in San Francisco
Paper originated from China
The Chinese used fingerprints as a method of identification as far back as AD 700.

This week the Middle Senior School celebrated Language Week. A variety of activities were organised for students within their Languages Other Than English(LOTE) classes and in homerooms.

Students had to opportunity to enter colouring in competitions, Photo guessing competitions, design a poster outlining Facts about their own country and complete a language quiz on France, Spain, Malaysia and Australia. Year 8 students were also very fortunate to be able to go on a field trip to Bangsar to sample French, Chinese and Malaysian cuisine. “ Did you know” facts were shared on the daily notices as well as on television screens around the school.

This was a first for the LOTE Dept at AISM and we hope to make it an annual event with more exciting activities next year.

Year 8 LOTE Field Trip

To celebrate Language Week, on Tuesday 17 November, Year 8 students were taken on an excursion to Bangsar to sample French, Malaysian and Spanish cuisine. Students ordered a variety of foods, shared dishes and sampled sweets. All were impressed with the experience.

Here are the thoughts of the students who visited Tous Les Jours:

At Tous Les Jours, I ordered the Miach
sandwich which was very nice and the
macarons also looked good. I enjoyed the
food that I ordered.
-Joel-

I loved the food! It was better than what
I expected. I think this was the most
satisfying excursion. I had the TLJ
breakfast and it was great.
-Aoi-

This was a good trip, I like the food here.
-Nathan-

We went on an excursion to Tous Les
Jours. I ordered an egg & cheese muffin.
The food is great :)
-Emelyn-

Super full, the environment is clean and
friendly and the food portions are very
generous :-)
-Xuan Lin-

We had lunch at Tous Les Jours. I had
the Miach sandwich and blue lemonade.
I bought some macaroons home to share
with my family. The food there was
really delicious.
-Yin Shuen-

We ate at Tous Les Jours and I had the
smoked salmon cheese croissant which
was really good. I drank the lime mojito
too which was nice. It is highly recommended :)
-Carey-

We went to a french café for lunch.
French toast with clam soup are the
best.
-Qi Lin-

Tous Les Jours is a small bakery located
in Bangsar with a variety of savoury and
sweet dishes. I enjoyed the experience of
trying a different cuisine.
-Sophie-