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Open Eyes Open Mind – Booked out!

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

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感謝名位家長支持2月7日「開眼界.增見聞.開心用英語」英語學習日,當天名額已滿,下一次之免費活動將於短期內公佈,請密切留意,如欲查詢學年課程請瀏覽 www.aaplus.hk

Find out who is attending the event by joining our Facebook Event! Click here for the Open Eyes Open Mind Facebook Event.

Open Eyes Open Mind – Booked Out!

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

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We would like to thank you all for your great enthusiasm for the Open Eyes Open Mind English Workshop Event. However, all our placements are now full and we can no longer accept anymore registrations.

To those who have confirmed a placement, we look forward to seeing you. Find out who is attending the event by joining our Facebook Event! Click here for the Open Eyes Open Mind Facebook Event.

Please keep an eye out on our website for the next workshop which will be announced soon. Meanwhile, visit our website for information on our regular classes: www.aaplus.hk.

Keep in contact with us by signing up to our newsletter or by joining our Facebook group. Thanks again!

Our very own AA Plus Teachers on HKATV!

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

We would like to congratulate two of our very own AA Plus English teachers, Miss Joanne Kwok and Miss Norma Lamsaw who appeared on HK ATV. We all watched with great excitement and are very proud to have you both represent the rest of the staff members!

Miss Kwok has worked with AA Plus for two years and was undoubtedly perfect to represent AA Plus on the show.
Miss Lamsaw is our invaluable teacher from Australia and we admire her determination to speak in Cantonese where English is her fluent language. If the situation were reversed for a Chinese speaker to perform in English, we believe it would have taken a lot more courage than what you required.

Thank you so much to you both, Norma and Joanne!

Students in Class

Monday, January 25th, 2010

Our classes at AA Plus involve lots of work but always encourage discussions by working together in groups. This allows the students to learn communication skills and to explore opinions as well as different ideas.
Working and discussions
Andy
Teacher Samuel with students
Lisa with students

Students in class

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Our classes at AA Plus involve lots of work but always encourage discussions by working together in groups. This allows the students to learn communication skills and to explore opinions as well as different ideas.
Working and discussions
Andy
Teacher Samuel with students
Lisa with students

Photos 2009

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

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Open Eyes Open Mind – Free English Workshop

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

On Sunday 7th February 2010 from 11am – 3:45pm, Open Eyes Open Mind will provide first-hand experiences to illustrate how our AAplus classes are conducted. In this FREE reoccurring event for Hong Kong Primary 4 students, we will introduce to you our unique ways of teaching.
Register Today. Your child will have a great learning experience.

Contact us now by filling out the form
(Placements for 7 February 2010 are now full)
or at: info@aaplus.hk to reserve a place!

Hear, See, Smell, Taste and Touch

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

To be fully engaged in any activity, the most effective way is to make use of all FIVE senses. This is what Open Eyes Open Mind intends to show.

Learning happens when children hear what their teachers teach and how their peers respond, when they hear the sounds and smell the scent or odor of their surroundings; when they see new things, old things in new perspectives, or things they have not noticed before; when they sense the mood of the milieu; when they touch and taste the texture of an object or food; and of equal importance, when they have the opportunity to share these experiences through discussions and written assignments. The Tram Ride Outdoor Class organised by AAplus has them all – an Open Eyes Open Mind experience for your child.

The day will start with a briefing session for the Tram Ride around Hong Kong Island.  Students will see new things, hear new sounds, smell different smells and feel the environments differently when they tour along.  Through structured discussion, students will freely share their experience and explore what they have learnt. Students will use their five senses again in an afternoon film show and share and explore in the aftermath discussion. In an educational setting where homework and tests dominate, we provide a completely different learning experience to your child – through fun and experiential learning with their five senses.