Internship – Charles Duna Primary School

The undergraduate students (Anna, Emily, Rachel and Ronisha) of our Study Abroad group have been assigned to the W. B. Tshume Primary School for their internships.  The graduate students (Amber, Cali, Jaimee and I)  have been assigned to the Charles Duna Primary School for our internships.  All of us have been assigned to work in Grade R (Readiness), which is the old pre-school and designed to help 4/5 year olds to become familiar with the big school environment.  

Jaimee and I have been assigned to Ms. Koleka Ndzuta’s class, who teaches along with a Teacher Aide a class of close to 60 students.  

Some students from our class eating their lunch outside

Some students from our class eating their lunch outside

Ms. Koleka Ndzuta telling the children a story

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On Friday, September 06 Prof (as Dr. Murphy is known in South Africa) brought in her laptop and computer and showed the kids nursery rhymes from youtube.com and they LOVED it!   We had to use the ceiling as the screen.  

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2 thoughts on “Internship – Charles Duna Primary School

  1. We in the USA; “B__” about 25 in a classroom, whereas, the children look like they were behaving; yet, I noticed a couple of them that can be a bungle of “Joy.”

    My computer is so slow, and days I cannot get on it, which making me feel that some has attached themself to my computer. Heavenly Father; this is a petition to you, to take care of the person/people/legion that feel like they need to know what is going on in my life, I submit them totally to the Heaven Realm, in Jesus Name. Praying that all is learning and sharing fully and joyful, in Jesus Name. X O X O

    Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 17:35:12 +0000 To: wearefamily4@live.com

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