Posts By: Adam Scher

Final post! | ¡Último post!

We hope your children enjoyed learning English with us this summer! Here is the video shown at our final assembly with some of the highlights from our morning and afternoon classes. Enjoy and we hope you will join us again next summer! Don’t forget that we also have a Twitter page with some more pictures… Read more »

Last day Afternoon | Último día tarde

After a morning full of sports and language games, the afternoon students had even more coming their way! All 175 afternoon primary and secondary students gathered in the auditorium in ASB’s new Middle School building for a final assembly to celebrate their learning in the afternoon classes. With the Public Speaking students performing as masters… Read more »

Last day morning! | ¡Último día por la mañana! Pt. 2

After taking a break for recess and snacks, students rotated through different English indoor team games during the second half of the morning with their English teachers in the classrooms.  In Charades, players guessed a word or phrase acted out by a team member and then passed a ball over their heads or through their… Read more »

Last day morning! | ¡Último día por la mañana! Pt. 1

On Friday, ASB was a sea of red, white, blue and green, as students started arriving early to enjoy the last day of the summer program with their friends. Students began the morning in their classrooms reviewing the day’s schedule and receiving reminders about good sportsmanship and teamwork. During the first part of the morning,… Read more »

Last day kinder | Último día kinder

Last day of our summer program! While the older kids did sports day and interactive classroom activities, the younger kinder kids had their own thing going on! The students rotated between five different stations: craft, bracelets, face painting, musical games and water games. In crafts, with Ms. Jay, students filled in a beautiful sun using… Read more »

Afternoon secondary music | Música de secundaria de tardes

This year the Secondary Afternoon students have been preparing a performance based on the musical Grease working in collaboration with the Drama, Music and Dance teachers (Ms. Charlie, Mr. Ian and Mr. David, respectively).  Students have been working hard to learn the song lyrics, memorize their lines and choreographed routines. Check out these photos from… Read more »

Afternoon secondary public speaking and debate | Hablar en público y debate de secundaria de tardes

This summer, the class Public Speaking and Debate was introduced to the secondary afternoon program. In this class, Mr. Cathal’s students worked on skills related to public speaking, debate and improvisation.  Speaking in front of an audience in English is a key skill to practice early in life. Students in Mr. Cathal’s class learn that… Read more »

Afternoon secondary Video Art | Video Art de secundaria de tardes

Students in Ms. María’s Video Art class are learning how to create a short movie by designing a scene that tells a story using photos and voice. During the first week, students created “storyboards” with ideas for a story about a central topic or theme, e.g., a soccer game. They sketched the sequence of their… Read more »

Afternoon secondary Drama | Teatro de secundaria de tardes

This year the Primary and Secondary afternoon groups attended Drama class once a week with Ms. Annie and Ms. Charlie, respectively. This post highlights the activities in Ms. Charlie’s Secondary afternoon group.  During the first week, Secondary Drama students studied improvisation. They learned how to recreate improvised scenes using different emotions. To inspire their performances… Read more »

Afternoon secondary Dance | Baile de secundaria de tardes

This year Secondary Afternoon students have been preparing a performance based on the musical “Grease,” led by the Dance, Drama and Music teachers, Mr. David, Ms. Charlie and Mr. Ian, respectively.  In this post, Mr. David, the dance teacher, is teaching his students all about the signature grease moves and the different choreographies corresponding to… Read more »