Saturday, September 22, 2012

First Story Telling Experience at Primary School

Shenny took part in her primary school English Story Telling on 5th September 2012.
This was her first stage performance at school this year. 

The story she presented was "The Sly Fox and The Little Red Hen".

The story is rather long for her age as commented by one of her teachers.  All other contestants for Standard One told their stories less than 2 minutes, while Shenny's story was more than that. 

Since her story was long, Shenny spoke very fast to deliver her story on time.  If not, she might finish her story after 5 minutes. 
She was seen a bit nervous at that time because this was her first time at school.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Shenny and her group Ukulele Sunshine Kids on the news

Shenny and her friends made their first maiden Ukulele public performance at the Event of A Century Moonlight in Petaling Street in conjunction with the Mooncake Festival on 16 Sept 2012. Teacher Kelly Teh has named their group as Ukulele Sunshine Kids.
And they were being featuring in the NTV7 News at 10.30pm on that day.

And this was the recordings of their performance on that night.
They had presented three songs: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, You Are My Sunshine, It's A Small World.

And some interesting photo taken before and after performance...
Rehearsal before performance

Shenny's close shot

人山人海。。但我们的四铉琴阳光孩子一点也不怯場..The Petaling Street is full of locals and tourists...but Shenny and her group Ukulele Sunshine Kids were not having any stage fright at all

Interviewed by NTV7 reporter, but it was not shown on the news

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Her First Essay Assignment

Shenny received a new assignment from her English teacher this week.  The new assignment is to write an essay and the title of essay can be anything.  Shenny chose to write her essay with title as "My joyful day".
Here is the essay which she wrote all by herself.  Some of words like 'actually', 'cruise' , 'balcony' and etc..Shenny was not sure and she did check with mommy, however, mommy didn't give her the answer straight away but wanted her to find out herself through the phonic sound.  She did guess correctly some of words but some were not.

A photo of Shenny at Redang Beach.

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