Issue No. 11 of the ILS school newspaper Fox Tales has been published, featuring articles on science, inventions and projects.
From Lina Van’s interview with ILS Deputy Principal Natalya Panchenko, 9th and 11th graders learned how to prepare for the various Russian national exams. English Language teacher Svetlana Feshchenko told Alina Kushnir how ideas for educational projects are conceived. Alena Popova’s article acquainted readers with teacher-researchers, as well as doctoral candidates in Chemistry, Biology and Economics who hold classes at ILS. All of these young journalists are eighth graders in section 8M1.
Tenth grader Marina Gaineeva (section 10M) continued her series of articles on interesting people at ILS; this time she introduced readers to teacher Rhonda Slugoski, from Canada.
Our international students wrote about their favorite school subjects, about scientists in China and Korea who made a significant contribution to the development of their disciplines, and about their experience of translating Korean fairy tales into Russian and English.
“The great variety of topics in Fox Tales allows readers to see the many different facets of our school, its teachers, and its students,” notes ILS Principal Olga Shevchenko. “It is good to know that our students can identify important topics and events and write about them in ways that generate great interest among all readers. I congratulate the Fox Tales team on another fine issue and wish you continued success!”