2018 Teda International School Chinese Cultural Week

Last week, students in Teda International School had a wonderful opportunity to experience Chinese Cultural Week with a series of fun activities, such as Woodblock Print of Chinese New Year Painting, Calligraphy, Stuffed Buns (baozi) Making, Chinese Games Assembly and Chinese Drama, hosted by Chinese Department. During the week-long event, the students not only had fun doing hands-on authentic traditional Chinese arts and crafts, participated in traditional games, but also gained more understanding of Chinese New Year culture and ignited the enthusiasm for learning more about Chinese language and culture. The Chinese New Year of the Dog is just around the corner, Teda International School wishes the whole school community a happy prosperous year with joy, courage, loyalty and harmony, as symbolized by the animal of dog.


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TIS Secondary Table Tennis Tournament

The TIS Secondary Table Tennis Tournament has comes to an end. Many secondary students participated and enjoyed this tournament. It helpedstudents to learn ping pong skills from each other and to taste the fun of playing authentic table tennis games. During the week there were intense competitions. The top three winners from both boys and girls’ divisions are as follows:

Girls’ Division: Rebecca (1st place), Bella (2nd place), Lucia (3rd place)
Boys’ Division: Thomas (1st place), Junseok (2nd place), Oscar (3rd place)

Congratulations to the above students! They truly demonstrated a true spirit and passion for table tennis. We look forward to seeing more students join the tournament next time.


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Weekly Bulletin 24– February 7 2018

Weekly Bulletin 24

每周公告 24

주간 소식지 24

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Kids Read 2018

Although Kids Read has come to an end, the reading fever is still on! Fourteen teams from 7 international schools around China recently tested their knowledge of 100 books across a wide array of different genres during Kids Read 2018.

Ten TIS middle school students, with coaches Ms. Dean and Mr. Ricky, travelled and competed at the International School of Beijing (ISB) on February 1-2. The two-day event kicked-off with a warm welcome from Mr. John Lemley of ISB, who hosted this year’s edition of Kids Read. The students enjoyed an exciting first day as they played dodgeball, had ice cream treats, and watched a movie. The competition proper happened on February 2nd wherein our avid TIS middle school readers showcased their know-how of book trivia questions.

It was a very competitive event but our TIS students have shown grit and determination to excel. This is the third time that TIS competed at Kids Read. A special thank you to all the parents, TIS teachers and administrators who made this celebration of learning possible!

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Snow Science!

In Grade 1, we thought that these past two weeks would be the ideal time to conduct some snow experiments! They fit in perfectly with our unit about “Solids, Liquids, and Gasses.” The students enjoyed the following experiments, among others: making “snow volcanoes”; predicting whether salt would make snow melt more quickly; creating ice “ornaments” to hang on the trees; and experiencing what it would be like to have a protective layer of blubber like the penguins!

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Cafeteria weekly Menu 2.5-2.7

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ECA Cafeteria weekly Menu 2.5-2.7

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AP Psychology Student Presentations

In AP Psychology, the students became the teacher as they taught their classmates about emotions, stress and health. Each group presented their topics with great visual displays using powerpoint and smartboard. Their presentations were informative and interesting. Did you know that stress will effect your health in negative ways like high blood pressure, weakened immune system and fatigue? Also, we can all lower our stress levels with many useful strategies that will improve our health.

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Students of the Month(s) for Math and Science

The Math & Science Departments would like to congratulate our Students of the Month(s) for December/January:
Middle School Math – Jin Chen Han (Harry), Grade 6
Middle School Science – Ng Zijian (Kent), Grade 7
High School Math – Du Dong Ke (Sophia), Grade 10
High School Science – Amadheo Murwanto, Grade 11

These students received a gift and certificate.

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High School Math Challenge Problem 22

This week’s problem is an extremely difficult number theory/probability question. The answer to last week’s challenge is 3500 and was solved by Kyubin in Grade 9. Enjoy!

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