帮助
136-0101-2767
正文
美国百年私立寄宿名校Groton school 师生到访北音柯斯理学校交流
来源: | 作者:kapanshan1 | 发布时间: 2017-06-20 | 452 次浏览 | 分享到:
       
       
2017
年6月20日美国百年寄宿名中学Groton school 师生到访北音柯斯理学校作师生交流。
      在友好温馨的气氛中双方在校办会客厅进行了深入的教学探讨和寄宿管理方法,之后Groton 到访师生在北音柯斯理管理人员的带领下参观了校篮球场馆、游泳池、实验室、音乐艺术排练厅、足球田径场、校图书馆等场所。
   中午双方师生共同欣赏了北音柯斯理学校的友谊校~天津体育学院运动与文化艺术学院的学生为欢迎Groton的到访举行的中西结合的音乐会,会后中美学生就音乐和艺术进行交流。




















Groton students @ Kap @ Tsinghua Un


     
       
            The day began quite early today with the group waking up at around 6:30. This was the last morning in Beijing. After a quick breakfast consisting of bao zhi with various desserts and a ridiculous fee of 90 yuan for a blood-stained pillow case mistaken to be calligraphy, the group was off to Qinghua University. Transportation was provided by Kemsley Academy, founded by Mark Kemsley, who accompanied the group throughout the day. The group was welcomed by the admissions team at Qinghua who then gave the students a presentation on insight into Qinghua’s rankings and statistics. The presentation left the students with greater interest than they had before in going to university overseas. To note, Groton’s very own Roan Guinan acquired a scholarship to Qinghua. Following the presentation, the group embarked on a tour of Qinghua’s massive and beautiful campus in the blistering sun, though now it was nothing they weren’t used to. The grueling yet rewarding hikes in the wilderness of the Great Wall had prepared the students for whatever was to come. At lunch, surprise! Even more Peking Duck. This marks the students’ fourth time in the past three days having Peking Duck, and certainly nobody saw it coming today. In the afternoon, the group headed to Kemsley Academy Panshan. Mark gave the group a tour of the campus and even gave each member of the group a Kemsley Academy Panshan exclusive fidget spinner. At dinner, no Peking Duck. Nonetheless, the food did not cease to impress. To wrap up the evening, the group headed up Panshan mountain to watch a show produced by students of the nearby performing arts university. The setting was surreal, with the stage having been incorporated into the mountain face. The show itself was filled with original music and followed the life of the emperor of the Qing Dynasty, and many members of the group agreed that it was one of the most beautiful displays they have ever seen.
                                                                                                                                                      (written by Andrew Lei)