Nachlese zum Tag des Vorlesens: 2b/sp, 3c/sp, 3a/sp

On Thursday, 16th November, our class, the 3C of Sprachengymnasium, went to Tscherms Elementary School in occasion of the Reading Day (Tag des Vorlesens) to work with children in the 4th and 5th grade. We had divided our class into three groups of six students and every group read to the children in a different language. We read to the 4th graders in either German or Italian, while the 5th graders worked with the group of students reading in English. We read funny, kid-friendly books and short stories and showed the pupils pictures from the books while they were listening.

We also did some activities related to the stories with the pupils, such as Memory, Dominoes and other games in which they had to guess the English word for the pictures we showed them. They got sweets for every word and, obviously, that was their favourite part.

The pupils were very interested and well behaved and, thanks to their enthusiasm and their motivation, we had a very good time with them. It was an unusual and beautiful experience, which we would love to repeat next year.

 

Sofia Zampedri  3C/sp

 

 

 

On Thursday, 16th November, 2017, we, the 2B/sp, went to the primary school in Lana to read English stories to the 4th and 5th classes. The pupils liked listening to texts about lions and the Gruffalo very much and we enjoyed working with them like teachers. We gave them worksheets with picture dictionaries we had made ourselves and then they worked creatively, colouring and cutting out the main characters. We also played football with them in the break and we enjoyed the cakes their mothers had made.

 

 

Am Tag des Vorlesens besuchte unsere Klasse, 3A des Sprachengymnasiums, die Schüler der Grundschule in Obermais. Die Oberschüler hatten im Voraus gemeinsam mit ihren Lehrpersonen geeignete Texte ausgewählt, die in Englisch für eine 5. Klasse, in Italienisch für eine 4. Klasse und in Deutsch für eine 3. Klasse vorgelesen wurden. Im Vordergrund stand natürlich das Vorlesen, allerdings wurden die Texte auch mit Hilfe von Spielen, Zeichnungen und kleinen Theaterstücken aufgearbeitet und den „Kleinen“ näher gebracht. Für beide Seiten war dieser Tag ein besonderes Erlebnis, welches in Erinnerung bleiben wird. Für die Oberschüler war es ein Blick zurück in ihre Kindheit und sie waren beeindruckt mit wieviel Neugier und Lernbereitschaft die Kinder auf die Aufgaben zugingen. Und der Aussage eines Grundschülers, der bat: „Könnt ihr nicht bitte öfters zu uns kommen?“, kann man entnehmen, dass auch sie begeistert waren.

 

Nadine Schmidhammer, 3A/sp