An Interview with...
7th Grade Student
What is your earliest childhood memory? About how old were you?
A nightmare, and I was only three at that time.
What would you like to be when you grow up?
What grade are you in and what are your favorite subjects in school?
I'm in 7th grade. My favorite subject is biology.
What are your most difficult or most boring?
Chinese. Because I need to memorize a lot of explanation.
Was it difficult to learn English? How many languages do you speak?
I think it's not, but memorizing new words bothers me.
I speak three languages, which are Chinese, Taiwanese and English.
What do you like to do outside school?
Playing tennis, table tennis, basketball and computer games.
In your school career so far, what was the most educational moment you can remember?
Doing projects for UNESCO.
What was your favorite school field trip or school activity up to this point?
Elementary school graduation trip.
Did you experience any field trips that you did not like? If so, why?
No, I didn't. I think every trip is very precious.
What do your parents think of the interviews you have done for Dr. Kim Yang's project?
They think it's good.
Do you have a favorite interview so far? If so, who?
Yes, I do. He's a Nepalese teacher. He teaches Social studies. I like it because it's my first time, and it was interesting.
What is your favorite quote? Who said it? Why is it your favorite?
"Nothing is impossible"-----Napoleon
It encourages me to confront bad things.
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- 20 June 2007
20 June 2007
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