Bright learners show lively interest
Students of two schools in Tangail and Barisal had a day full of fun while learning English as they took part in English language fairs yesterday.
Under English in Schools (EIS) programme, The Daily Star and mobile operator Robi jointly organised the fairs in coordination with the education ministry to encourage English language proficiency among secondary school students.
Adcomm Ltd is the creative and event partner of the fair.
Around 100 students of Bindubasini Government Boys' High School in Tangail town took part in joyful activities at the language fair at the auditorium of the school.
Mohammad Abdul Karim, headmaster of the school, inaugurated the fair at 12:00 noon. Mohammad Shahinur Islam, upazila secondary education officer, was the special guest.
Following screening of Lion King, a globally renowned movie, the students participated in spot quiz, vocabulary test, one word question and quick questions---all based on the movie. Selected students also took part in extempore speech on different topics and role-play.
Prizes were distributed among the winners of different competitions at the end of the programme. The students also formed an English language club at their school.
Our Barisal correspondent reported that about 150 students of Agailjhara Vegai Halder Academy in the district took part in the English language fair at their school yesterday.
Jatindra Nath Mistri, headmaster of the school, attended the programme as the guest. Adcomm representitives Imran Hossain, Rashif Rahman were present.
A movie was screened at the fair and students took part in spot quiz, vocabulary test, one-word question, extempore speech and role play.
They also entertained the audience by reciting poem, telling jokes and singing songs. Prizes were distributed among the winners of different competition. The students also formed an English Language Club at the school.