Review of Book Week 2019 in Vinschool Southern schools – Vinser grow, thought by thought, action by action!
Together with their peers from other schools in Vinschool Education System, Vinsers in Southern schools had an exciting Book Week 2019. The love for books grew in each Vinser, teacher, and parent thanks to many exciting activities of the event.
Vinser expressed themselves through interesting activities
Vinser proved their creative thinking and great imagination through many competitions such as Junior writers, Book Cover Design and Bookmark Design. Vinser took the opportunity to showcase their composition skills in different forms of writing including comic, short story, poem, quiz, etc. in both Vietnamese and English languages.
Vinser’ works were inspired by friendship, school, family and so on. Vinser did have chance to show their talents through their surprising works. To honor their efforts, the best works were put together in a book for sale on the Book Fair Day to raise funds for charity.
Besides many appealing and creative activities, Vinser also showed their spirit of sharing through the activity “Book donation” – a project to build a Charity Bookcase, and the activity “A book for a book” where they exchange books with one another. The books went to new readers who really need them, helping spread the reading culture and create an inspiration among all readers.
Challenges for Vinser in each exciting competition
Book Week 2019 not only encouraged the reading culture, but also gave Vinser a chance to show their knowledge and proactiveness through the Debating contest and the Book introduction contest. These challenging competitions enabled Vinser to prove their abilities and share their own thoughts on many issues in life.
Ms. Carolen Mary Nash Beresford, ESL teacher at Vinschool Central Park Secondary School, shared: “The Book Week 2019 is wonderful because it gives Vinser an opportunity to show their miraculous abilities through creative activities and interesting contests. I think the best thing about the Book Week is that it makes Vinser amazed at how great they are. Vinser should be very proud of themselves; they should know that they can do anything and they can change the world”.
Great support from parents for the Book Week
To seek parents’ help with the spread of the reading culture, many were invited to join some interesting activities such as sharing books with their children at school and reading books with them at home. Parents even wrote their favorite quotes on small notes and then stuck them to the wall so that others could read them and be inspired. These activities helped fuel a passion for books in each family member.
At the end of the Book Week, parents were given merit awards by the schools for their efforts to help spread the reading culture.
Ms. Tran Thanh Mai, parent of a Vinser at Vinschool Central Park Primary School, said after joining the Book Week 2019 with her child: “This year’s Book Week is a lot more meaningful with so many activities, and it has shown us the core values of Vinschool. Any family without good reading habits should come to Vinschool where our eyes are really opened on how to help our children learn to love reading. As a parent, I feel very happy because the school has helped my child gain more knowledge and inspired not only my child but my whole family to read”.
Colorful Book Fair Day
In activities like Book Character Role Play and Rhythm of Books, Vinser were able to show their talents by adapting books and stories into plays and musicals which could be performed on stage. Their mind-blowing arts performances left unforgettable impressions of Vinser’ creativity, uniqueness, deep understanding of their national culture, as well as their selection and acceptance of the new trends in the modern era.
The Book Week 2019 helped Vinser improve themselves and grow, action by action, thought by thought. Above all, Vinser were able to show their friends, teachers and parents how special they were. The strong impressions made by Vinser during the Book Week 2019 clearly proved the spirit “Read to Lead” upon which the event was based.