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  • 10月17日,MCF(打工子弟基金会)的志愿者们顶着厚重的雾霾从沙河来到了通州一所小学。 来到学校,孩子们带着阳光的笑脸聚拢在志愿者周围,重度污染的天气、长途奔波的疲惫都在孩子们兴奋欢欣的盈盈笑语中渐渐消弭,大家纷纷打起精神全心投入到当天的教学活动。 当天教学的主要目标是让孩子们在轻松高效的课堂中学会以及巩固一些基本交流和表达。最开始由志愿者们向孩子们进行简单的自我介绍,并引导孩子们用How are you?(你好吗?)/What’s your name?(你的名字是什么?)/Which grade are you in?(你在哪个年级?)等常用语与志愿者进行交流。在志愿者做完示范后,孩子们被分成不同的小组以情景交流的方式加强对话练习。作为辅助工具,志愿者还向孩子们分发了纸笔和练习本,帮助他们及时记录,巩固记忆。在教学中志愿者们发现,孩子们对“How are you?”的回答普遍比较局限,于是志愿者们教授了各种表达情绪的单词以拓宽孩子们的思路,如bored(无聊的),exited(激动的),sad(悲伤的)等。孩子们对新单词有了基础理解之后,在志愿者们的鼓励下完成了作业单——-凭着记忆和理解给表达情绪的单词逐一画上对应的表情。这种巧妙而形象的学习方法让孩子们巩固了当天的学习成果。最后,志愿者们和孩子们一起复习了数字1到20的英文表达,在有趣的数字抢答游戏中结束了本次的教学。 活跃积极的孩子,热心的志愿者,热烈欢乐的课堂,两个小时的教学活动很快在欢乐的互动交流中结束了。分别时,孩子们灿烂的笑容,久久挥舞的双手让志愿者们充满不舍和期待。 Inspired and be inspired! MCF继续在行动。 Harry

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  • Perfect weather today for the MCF Barbecue at the Riviera Club. Lots of fun was had and food was eaten! Many thanks go out to our marvellous craft, food and games vendors, but also appreciation to our organisers, supporters, MCF volunteers and MCF@CUFE volunteers. Thanks for the football, fun with Science, the dumplings, the beer […]

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  • This is a donation initiated by an ex-Nokia employees who were recently effected by the company re-org and will be ending their employment within a few weeks. They decided to turn this sad news into a good cause. They have used their remaining balance on their lunch card and donated rice, flour, and oil, with […]

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  • Yesterday, MCF’s founder, Helen Boyle, visited a migrant school in Tongzhou to pay the 9000RMB school fees for three siblings that MCF is sponsoring this academic year. The two brothers, Zhang Zile and Zhang Ziqu, and their sister, Zhang Nala, will have their fees, lunches and transportation paid for by MCF, enabling them access to […]

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  • Tony Liang, a Dulwich College student leader, tells us about his and his classmates’ experiences during their recent CAS trip with MCF to Tongzhou School: DCB students visits the Migrant Children’s Foundation On the 8th of September, students from Dulwich College Beijing (DCB) visited children supported by the Migrant Children’s Foundation (MCF) in Beijing. Tuesday […]

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  • Liqun, a 10-year old from one of MCF’s sponsored schools, was the only student representative to make an inspirational speech to more than 700 students and adults who attended the opening ceremony of the 2015 five-day Beijing Summer Camp The camp’s theme, “Under the same sky, (let’s) build the Technology Dream” prompted Liqun to say, […]

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  • Here’s some feedback one of our recent volunteers gave us about her time volunteering with MCF as part of our Beijing Buddies program. Francesca, studying in Beijing as part of her gap year, came to our Saturday sessions at one of our migrant schools where she taught a group of four Grade 6 girls. Here’s […]

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  • 300 MCF students had a mad, mad MADD Day today at Dulwich College doing sports, science, IT, art and photography! Lots of thanks and appreciation go out to the staff and students at Dulwich who made this possible and to our volunteers and ladies from The British Club of Beijing, who chaperoned, photographed and handed […]

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  • Five buses full of very excited kids (300 of them) turned up at 9.15am where they were met by the Dulwich school teams. After a quick introduction off they went in the various teams. We were very lucky to have great weather and the fun we had with the kids was fantastic. They were painting […]

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  • This Saturday, The British School of Beijing visited one of MCF’s schools to teach the students English and this week’s topic was transport. The visit is part of a fortnightly programme that BSB has been running for six months in conjunction with the MCF Kids’ Club Programme. Every two weeks two teachers and eight 16-17 […]

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