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Halloween Celebration 萬聖節活動

posted Dec 2, 2011, 5:57 PM by Web Admin   [ updated Dec 13, 2011, 1:33 AM ]
This year, to encourage students to employ English as a window to the world, the English Department planned a series of activities to celebrate Halloween. Spooky activities kicked off from 24 October 2011; beginning with a partial screening of the horror movie, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, followed by a “HOLLOWeen Hunt” which required students to recite spooky and creepy tongue twisters, and unravel Halloween-themed riddles. On 31st October, students were treated to an informative, yet entertaining session by officers from the Public Affairs section of the U.S. Consulate. Through the session, students learnt the origin and significance of Halloween, and saw the parallelism between this Western festival and the Chinese festival of “Hungry Ghosts”. They acquired a better understanding of the popular Halloween symbols, such as Jack-O-Lantern. The session was not complete without games and treats - students enthusiastically participated in traditional Halloween games such Mummy Dress-up, Apple Bobbing, and were treated to candies from the witch’s cauldron!
The week -long Halloween celebration then culminated in the screening of the second half of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, which drew shrieks of horror, amidst squeals of delight from the audience. Students were certainly treated to a fun-filled yet enriching Halloween celebration this year.

今年,英文科舉辦了一連串萬聖節活動,希望藉此鼓勵同學運用英語打開世界大門,認識世界。萬聖節活動由十月二十四日開始,由電影欣賞─「無頭谷」上集─ 掀起序幕,並設有萬聖節繞口令和猜謎遊戲,內容豐富。
在十月三十一日,本校更邀請了駐港美國領使館美國新聞文化處的嘉賓到校演講。嘉賓為同學分享了一場內容既充實又有趣的演說。透過演說,同學從中認識萬聖節的由來和意義。此外,在遊戲環節中,同學踴躍參與互動遊戲,氣氛熱鬧。萬聖節活動的尾聲是播放電影「無頭谷」下集。在一片歡樂與尖叫聲中,同學渡過了一個既有趣,又具教育意義的萬聖節,萬聖節活動至此亦圓滿結束。

        

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