The festival of September, without mangnolia or luxurious peony, only light and long osmanthus aroma, like selfless dedication of the teacher!In this crisp autumn season, we welcome the 35th teacher's day.Students express the wishes to the teachers in various ways, sincere greetings, homemade greeting cards, beautiful handmade works, have poured into the students' love for the teacher.
At the same time, in order to meet the upcoming Mid-Autumn festival, bilingual primary school held a unique activity of "students work in pairs", students from the senior section to the junior section of the students,they work in pairs to make the handicrafts—— Mid-Autumn lanterns.
First of all, the teachers explained the origin of traditional Chinese culture Mid-Autumn festival and the significance of Mid-Autumn lantern.Then, the teachers handed out the materials to the students，let the students explore their own production.
The older children imitated the teacher and took the initiative to take on the task of the teacher."Little teachers" looked at the production instructions first, and then guided the younger children hand by hand, when they had some problems, they asked the teacher to help.Thanks to the “little teachers”, younger children were in tearing hurry at first, but now they can do it successfully .
Look!How seriously they taught!
"Take your time!"
"I can help you!”
The "little teachers" said to their younger brothers and sisters.
They work in pairs,and the Mid-Autumn lanterns done!
In this activity, the children not only established good feeling and atmosphere , but also knew the difficulty as a good teacher.They said they should be respect teachers more.
We hope that through this activity, students can not only increase their understanding of traditional Chinese culture, but also understand the role of teachers from the process of "Woking in pairs”， listen to the advice and opinions of teachers, and appreciate the efforts of teachers.
Finally,we wish all the teachers a happy holiday,and wish everyone a happy Mid-Autumn festival!