What better place to do your work experience than in our amazing, vibrant, exciting Lexis English Noosa campus, where the fun never stops! Today we were lucky enough to meet Lauren Galagher and Sophie Summers from St Teresa’s Catholic College. Both girls had a taste of what it’s like to be one of our students for the day. Their itinerary for the day consisted of:
- Taking the level entry English exam
- Attending class
- Lunch (best part of the day and can’t have them go hungry!)
- Conversation Club
Both students are interested in finding out what techniques are used in teaching students from different countries as some day they hope to become teachers. Both Lauren and Sophie are learning French at their school and Lauren is also learning to speak Spanish outside of school.
Hope you both enjoyed you day and can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings!
On Friday we found out what could happen when nail polish was dropped into a bowl of water than a coffee mug was dipped into that same bowl. Beautiful, one of a kind watercolour masterpieces were formed just in time for Mothers Day! We tried our luck at mastering this technique as students were trying different colours to see which combination would go well together. It was wonderful to see the students interacting and speaking English with each other in a fun filled environment. Happy Mothers Day to all of our Host Mothers from Lexis Noosa, you all do an amazing job!
On Thursday night the students made their way down to Lions Park for the start of Lexis’s Student Glow Party. We met in the park to have something to eat & then made our way out to KB’s to have a few drinks and party on.
Hope you enjoyed the night!
Today students of 6 different nationalities cooked together for their afternoon option class. They wanted to try cooking a dish that was not a traditional one from their home country. Paella was researched and the students discussed different recipes and went shopping together!
The verdict – delicious, yummy and tasty! But would someone from Spain agree? Gonzalo gave a huge thumbs up! Thanks for being our tasting judge Gonzalo!