Emma: Yuki, this year is a tough year for all our F.6 students. We are going to the take the challenging public exam, HKDSE. Some students are under enormous pressure.
Yuki: Yes, that's why on 3rd Nov, the career and life planning committee in our school invited some of our old students to share their experience of doing revision and give us some tips on exam preparation.
Emma: That's a memorable and meaningful night! We have gained lots of inspirations that night. Let me also do something to show my support, not only for F.6 students but also for all students.
Yuki: We are not always doing well, we will meet a lot of difficulties and face different pressure. But you need to have confidence in yourself. When you believe there will be a power to push you. Don't be afraid to fail. Keep going to meet the challenge. Every challenge can help you to learn more. Learn from the mistakes, grow from the defeat. Turn on your power and stay right now to be strong.
Emma: Whenever you feel tired and want to give up, sing this song. You will have the power to keep fighting. Let's fight together!
Good morning, today I want to talk about my favourite
hobby, which is swimming. I started this hobby five years ago when my father
took me to the local pool in Ma on Shan. I often go swimming with my father,
but I also enjoying swimming with my friends, or in my swimming club. Within my
swimming club I joined several competitions during my primary school life and
once I finished second runner up.
There are many benefits to swimming. For example, it’s
good for my health, as I can improve my strength and fitness. In addition it’s
a useful life skill to have and also helps me to get out of the house to enjoy
some fresh air. In conclusion, I really enjoy swimming as it gives me the
opportunity to think about my life and reduce my study pressure. Thank you for
listening and have a great English speaking day.
Teacher: Mr. Sheedy Student: Stella (4C), Hades (4E), Raymond (4E), Ian (6D), Vivian(6D)
Form 4 - Idols Stella My favourite idol is very famous in Hong Kong. Her name is GEM and she is a singer and song writer. GEM is a very attractive person and I love her singing voice. I also like her personality as she is always very polite and friendly to her fans. I recommend others to listen to her music and enjoy her talent. Hades My idol is Mr. Sheedy. He was my English teacher during form 3 which was my first year in BWWTC. He is a funny person and always helped me to try my best in his lessons. Even though I had many arguments with Mr. Sheedy and I thought he was very annoying, in the end I know he puts his heart into his teaching. Raymond My idol is my friend Fan Man Lok from 4B class. In my opinion he is a very good and kind person and always makes me laugh. We have been classmates for several years and often sit next to each other. Most importantly Fan Man Lok is a generous man who will always give to others without thinking of the cost.
Form 6D - Reading
B: Let’s talk about reading. Reading books and literature can improve our literacy. Also it can be educational and enjoyable. I read a lot of books in spare time. So I don’t mind you call me a bookworm.
G: I'm a bookworm too! One of my favourite author is Ronald Dahl, who wrote stories like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Fiction is so amazing because the plot is not based on real people. I think this story can really capture my imagination. If you are interested in it, you can borrow it from school library.
B: And my favourite writer is Henry Winkler. He is the literacy hero. He has dyslexia. That’s a condition where your brain makes it hard to read words. Although he has dyslexia, he writes book about a boy with learning difficulties.
G: I think reading can let us explore a new world! Actually, our school provides several resources for us, such as a renovated library, professional reading team and interesting TVC programs. It is never too late to start.
Good morning, principal, teachers, and fellow students, I'm Kan from 6A. Today I'm going to talk about sacrifice. That means to do something for the benefits of others . With the new school year starting, I'm sure that each class has to choose some students to take different positions, such as the Monitors and class committee members. From what I have seen, most of the students wouldn't be volunteering to do it. Because there is a lot of work to do, so most of us do no want to get involved. But there's also some exceptions. Some of us may volunteer to take the responsibility. i appreciate and respect them for what they do. Because they do extra work to serve us. Taking responsibility can also help you out in the future. Because you have the experience taking different roles. You learn more knowledge. This may help you get a job in the future since you will be better than the other's because You know how to deal with different situation. Taking responsibility not only benefit yourself but the other's. So next time when you are asked to volunteer your service, don’t hesitate. You will be helping yourself too. Thank you
Teacher: Mr. Murphy Students: Jason (4B) & Katherine (4C)
K (Katherine): Good morning
J (Jason): My name is
Jason and I'm from 4B
K: My name
is Katherine. I'm from 4C
J: today we would like
to talk about the annual Voluntary day.
The Voluntary day was
held on 25th February at our school. All Form 4 students have taken
part in this meaningful activity.
K: Yes and this time we
needed to design games for the elderly. Besides Form 4, the V-net team, Student
Union and PTA also came to help. They have designed some nice games for the
J: There were altogether
nine booths for the elderly to play. They could also get a present after
playing. Besides having fun at our booths, the old people could watch some
wonderful performances like skipping and singing. All of them were having fun
here at our school.
K: I believe all
students must have learnt a lot from the old folks while interacting with them.
It's really meaningful.
J: Yes the old folks
know a lot and they are willing to share their experience with us.
K: It's really
meaningful and I hope I can have more chances to do voluntary work. To give is
better than to receive.