When students from other classes came into the “little world of Espanol”, they were amazed by the preparations students had done. Students were organized into groups and chose a country to present about. They were to research about the recent events, history, culture, and politics about the designated country. Also, they were to make the country’s traditional food and provide it for the audience. From Spain to Chile, students managed to master the knowledge of the designated countries and proudly presented them to the visitors.
The visitors were also invited to play traditional games of countries. Students had to prepare the materials and equipments for these games, and the visitors seemed to enjoy them. With the number of booths and the number of activities to do, time flew by and the “little world of Espanol” had to come to an end.
Although the size of the Spanish festival was small, both the students and the visitors enjoyed themselves at the event. Both of them learnt about Spanish speaking countries, and had fun in the process of doing so. Most of the students of Spanish II class said that they would like to do this event again next year.
The “little world of Espanol” by Spanish II class was a success, and we hope this “little world” continues to grow through the years to come, with a variety of cultures. By Ruby Qree Noh 11G