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Lucy年營收成長四千倍的快樂賺錢術

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Our Hello UK! English Camp members all work in different fields; we have different life with different friends. We are all here because we were all studying in UK. After we came back to Taiwan, we hold a lot forgathers just in order to meet more friends who have same experience. When the group is getting bigger and bigger, we are all thinking what we can do for our homeland. We are willing to give and we’ve discussed many ways to help others. However, it’s very difficult to find something in common in this group. Finally, we found that all of us can speak in English. Therefore, teaching English sounds the best way to contribute to the Taiwanese society. We have started with no funding at all, all members came out with their own resources to make it happen. Someone provided printing papers, someone bought colour pens, some people don’t know how to teach but they came here to drive us to school. In this English Camp, we contributed our love to children, and we got a lot of feedback from children’s smile. In this group, many of us work like dog but they don’t really enjoy their life, but… when we saw those children’s naïve smile… it’s just the best feedback.

There were 18 of us went to Da Shu primary school which is in E-land a few weeks ago. We hope children can learn English without any pressure. We want they all know that English is a language for communication, just like Mandarin. English is for our daily life to use, not for exams. I still remembered that time I taught them “ABC”, they have learned very quickly then I decided to play a game with them. When I picked a letter of “M”, one of children said that is Mcdonalds’“M”, then we played role play, I told them that they were customers, and I was the waitress in Mcdonalds. They have to tell me what they want to order. It’s so funny that they learn a lot of vocabularies about food, so… if one day, they really go to UK or other countries. I believe they won’t starve because of the language issue.

Now, our Hello UK! English Camp wants to go to as many remote districts as we can. To help more children to develop an interest in English, but it’s really cost a lot of money to do so. Therefore we have to get some funding to support our English Camp. We were lucky to get St. Andrews University’s funding last time, and we’ve also joined and won Johnnie Walker’s “keep walking”project. It’s a great achievement.

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Hello UK! 魔法英語列車在2006的10月15日早上7點準時開離了台北城,通過了重重高山,來到了台灣最美麗的小學『宜蘭大溪國小』,這個位於蜜月灣的小學擁有了一片美麗的海洋,天氣晴朗時還可以看見龜山島矗立在海的中央。這次參與英語營的Hello UK!校友們各個感嘆「能來這裡真好 」。


『哇!我們有威廉王子學校的贊助耶!』

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留英歸國 偏遠地區教英文



〔記者郭顏慧/宜蘭報導〕一群英國留學生學成歸國後,抱著回饋社會的念頭,2月開始到台灣各縣市的偏遠學校舉辦「英語營」,讓偏遠地區小朋友也能和都市孩子一樣,有機會學習勇敢開口說英文。

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留英青年下鄉 免費教英語
陳木隆/宜蘭報導

當紅的「Hello UK!」留學英國入口網站,召募留英歸國的碩、博士組成志工團,下鄉推動「英語種子營」,十五日到宜蘭縣大溪國小,以生活化、趣味化的方式,讓偏遠的孩子在輕鬆愉快的氣氛中,學習英語。

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留英碩士 組團下鄉教英語
【聯合報/記者姜炫煥/頭城報導】 2006.10.16 04:23 am



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昨天吃到一家台北有名的河粉,但是比起埔里那家,埔里那家更是好吃到沒話說 4.gif

我大學吃了4年,畢業後還是念念不忘...真是超好吃的...

埔里越南河粉報導

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