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Youthful and Independent Communicating with the World 2009 in Malaysia

Jessie Chiu
Da Der School

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  • The plan “Youthful and Independent Communicating with the world” was made, and students from Da Der visited the partner school, Foon Yew High School, in exchange
  • 2. In February 2009, Ministry of Education launched the Secondary School Exchange International(SSEI)program, aiming to expand our world vision. Therefore, to work in cooperation with the program, Da Der then started its” Youthful and Independent Communicating with the world ” plan, allowing our students opportunities to explore world.
  • Opportunities of learning and experiencing without the boundaries Students having learned the importance of interpersonal relationships and to show respect to different peoples of different cultures Another step forward towards establishing partnership between the two schools Equal chances for students of the minority especially to have their potentials developed in the context of the foreign culture Working in cooperation with the international exchange program, more than twenty teachers of Da Der are required to get trained and certified to be qualified host families.

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  • 1. Speaker: Becky Wu English assistant of principal of San Sin High School, Taiwan
  • 2. Becky, Wu Chi Chao earned a Bachelor’s degree in foreign languages and literature from National Cheng Kung University and a Master’s degree in TESOL from National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology. She has been an English teacher at San Sin High School since 1985.
  • 3. She now works as the English Assistant to the school’s Principal, and she has been instrumental in the establishment of sister-school relationships or signed educational exchange agreements with many schools in foreign countries, including America, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Australia, and England.
  • 4. Her philosophy of education is reflected in her continued efforts to lead her students to know and experience the world. She enjoys seeing her students gain a broad international perspective through San Sin High School’s exchange programs with students from other countries.
  • 5. “ Youthful and Independent Communicating with the world” 2009 in Malaysia
            • Speaker: Jessie Chiu from Da Der
            • 2009.11.28
  • 6. Changhua Da Der Commercial and Technical Vocational School Malaysia Foon Yew High School V.S.
  • 7. VI. Conclusion Presentation Outline : I. Da Der’s international exchange programs II. Da Der’s 2009 experiencing and learning trip to Foon Yew High School, Malaysia III. Achievements Publication and Review Conference of the trip to Malaysia
  • 8.
    • 2001-2009: overseas education & trip 、 international skills
    • and clubs exchange
    • 2008 :Foon Yew High School (Malaysia) in Da Der
    • under the inbound student exchange plan by MOE
    • 2009 :Da Der in Foon Yew High School (Kulai campus)
    • under the outbound exchange plan,
    • “ Youthful and Independent Communicating with the world”
    • Da Der’s international exchange programs
  • 9.
    • Da Der started its” Youthful and Independent Communicating with the world ” plan, working in cooperation with Ministry of Education SSEI program launched in Feb. 2009.
    1.Origin II. Da Der’s 2009 education trip to Malaysia
  • 10. 2. Program Implementation
    • (1) Orientation of the trip to Malaysia
  • 11.
    • (2)Training programs
  • 12. Rehearsal of the Chinese cuisine show & Dancing Show Principal Shu’s blessing upon the tirp
  • 13. 3.Experiencing and learning activities (1) Arriving in Malaysia warm welcome from students of Foon Yew Singapore Changi Airport
  • 14. Rice Rhapsody─ a Southeastern Asian cuisine A combination of hot pot and barbecue Traditional Malaysian breakfast (2) Beginning of the journey
  • 15. (3) Arriving at Foon Yew High School A grand welcome for Da Der students with the 24-season-drum show
  • 16. Souvenirs exchange between Principals of Da Der and Foon Yew (4)Welcome ceremony
  • 17. (5)Da Der students allocated to different classes Students of both sides having fun learning together Da Der Students making self-introduction in Malaysian
  • 18. (6)Food and dessert courses Learning to make DanDoori Teacher’s demonstration Learning Oneh Oneh & Momo chacha
  • 19. (7) Malaysian folk customs experiencing programs Traditional Malaysian games Cong kak
  • 20. (8) A visit to Foon Yew’s main campus in Stulang Laut 校長、副校長、主任陪同參觀 在寬中校園與總校的學伴合影留念 A visit to the Foon Yew’s School History Exhibition room
  • 21. Exchange of school banners between Principal Shu and President Chen A happy group picture of Foon Yew’s and Da Der’s Student
  • 22. (9)Field trips 參訪亞洲大陸的最南端 參觀寬中學伴家中「素食工廠」 TAMAN NEGARA ( JOHOR ) TANJUNG PIAI 」 環境與製作之過程 A visit to the boat house and the mangrove reservation
  • 23. Southern end of Asia The pink-roofed mosque Historical attractions in Melaka The administration center of Malaysia
  • 24. (10)The Farewell Party Short play (a day at Foon Yew) and performance put on by Foon Yew students
  • 25. A thanksgiving speech given by two Da Der representatives Chinese cuisine show and dancing show by Da Der students
  • 26. (11) Historical and cultural tour
  • 27. (12)city and religious tour of Kuala Lumpur
  • 28. 1. Achievements Publication and Review Conference III. Achievement publication
  • 29. 2.Da Der students’ sharing of feedbacks and learning experiences
  • 30. 3.Da Der students showing the souvenirs got from Foon Yew
  • 31. 4.Local newspaper clips of the international exchange program
  • 32. 5. Malaysia’s local newspaper clip of Da Der’s visit to Foon Yew
  • 33. 6. Harvest of the exchange program
    • For the students:
    • Learning and experiencing without the boundaries
    • Students having learned the importance of interpersonal relationships and to show respect to different peoples of different cultures
    • Equal chances for students of the minority to explore the world
  • 34.
    • For the school:
    • Another step forward towards establishing partnership with Foon Yew High School and the internationalization of education
    • Forging strategic alliance with domestic partner schools in promoting international education
    • More than twenty teachers of Da Der were trained and certified to be qualified host families.
  • 35. VI. Conclusion
    • Seeing is believing; by getting involved and experiencing in person, one gets a better global outlook far more worth than just doing good on academic work.
  • 36.
    • Thank You For Your Listening