校園之聲Happy speaker, fun talks!!

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「校園之聲Happy speaker, fun talks!!」單元約10分鐘,是由教育電臺與新北市教育局合作,安排於每月第一、三週日「教育全方位」節目中播出,內容由新北市甄選出來的中學生(國、高生)以英語分享在校或是於其他管道的學習經歷、主題(例如:暢談最喜歡的科目、參加國際交流、社團活動、志工經驗、服務學習等),再輔以國語訪談。

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校園之聲Happy speaker, fun talks!!

南山高中 Happy speaker -- 泡泡足球

A: Oh~guys.You’re listening to the KRUSY KRAB RADIO.I’m Patrick. B: I’m Spongebob. A: Spongebob,mother’s day is coming.Do you know what it means? B: Of course.It means that we’re going to celebrate the big day by holding a school fair. A:That’s right.School fair!Talk about what we did last year. B:We joined some games.Bubble bump football impressed me a lot. A:Oh!Don’t talk about it.It was a total nightmare for me. B:Why?It’s so interesting.The inflated torus covered our upper bodies and heads.I like it. A:Remember,I had a bad fall.Four legs facing the sky!! B:Poor you.It was really embarrassing.But we won the game finally,right? A:Yep.We tried our best and held on to the next moment.Lots of classmates cheered for us.It was really aspecial experience. B:By the way, I also participated in the singing contest. A: Cool! But it’s a pity that I didn’t watch your performance at that time. Hope I have an opportunity this year B:As you wish.i can sing for you right now.   A:Oh!We have a call.(answer the phone)Hello,this is Patrick.Who’s calling? C:This is Puff.Would you please stop singing?It’s a happy Sunday.Play some good music! OK? A:…..Thank for Ms.Puff’s call. Spongebob, you have such an astonishing voice. B:Thank you.I know. A:Oh,I’m worried that your voice is so astonishing that our listeners can’t stand it. B:Count on me.(louder)Good news,dear listeners.We’re going to give you coupons for our school fair. Call in right now.What are you hesitate for? A:(ring~~~)Wow!So many calls.Let’s listen to a nice song first.Stay tuned.(music)

南山高中 Happy speaker -- 畢業典禮

P, S: Hey! Hey! Hey! Welcome to the show. P: She is cutie! S: A she is beauty! P: (crying) S: Why are you crying, Beauty? P: Because today is the Graduated Ceremony. (Crying) S: I know, but it has nothing to do with you. Moreover, it should be the memorable and delight day for senior schoolmates. P: The reason is that I will never see my Prince Charming again. I have loved him for three years. S: Don’t be sad. Tell you a good news. Today I invite a handsome graduate to our talk show, maybe you will change your affection. (Stepping) P: Ah~ That’s him, my Prince Charming. S: Stay calm, and be professional. (Cough) Let’s welcome today’s secret guest. (Clapping) H: Thank you, Beauty and Cutie. Hello! Everybody, my name is Handsome Lin. P: Thanks, Handsome. By the way, anyone wants to talk with us please calls 02-3838-4545. S: So, Handsome, Could you share your feeling of graduating? H: It is hard to say. I am looking forward to getting back to my hometown, Singapore, and attending the college , at the same time, I feel sad that my friends and I are going separate ways. P: Do you have someone you like? H: Um……It’s a secret. S: Be more polite, Beauty. Sorry, she’s a little bit crazy, but I think it is the question that everyone is curious. H: I would say that the answer is positive. P: Oh no, my heart is broken. S: Let’s go back to the right track. P: Can you tell us the most impressive activities during you school lives? H: Sure, I still remember that it was a rainy day, and we ran a relay race. The track was so wet that I fell on the ground. However, I stuck to the end, and won thee champion eventually. Afterward, I was sent to the Health Center. There, a kind-hearted girl looked after me, so my heart was melting by her warm then. P: That’s me. (Being excited and tugging S sleeve) S: Sorry to interrupt, we have a call in right now. A: Hello! This is Amy. S: Amy, please. A: Handsome, could you sing a song for us? H: OK, I’m pretty good at singing. (Singing out of tone)…, Beauty, you are the apple of my eye. P: Ah~ S: Do you want to share your school life with us? Before moving on, we’ll take a break. P: Stay tune.

南山中學 Happy speaker -- 校園傳說

S: Welcome to SSSS, Special Students Story and Sugar. I’m your host, Sugar. Today we have the most famous horror novel writer, Ice here with us today. I: Hello everyone, I’m Ice. I’m glad to be here! S: I heard a lot about your book. Can you introduce it for us? I: OK! This book called Haunted Campus. It has……. S: Spooky! I: Yes it is! S: Is the school in the book a real school? I: Yes! This book is in fact based on true stories. S: I’m sure the listeners can’t wait. Let’s hear more about the story. I: The first story in the book is my favorite. It’s about a secret rose. One day, a teacher found a beautiful rose on her desk. She put it in her vase. And something strange started happening. One accident happened after another and students died one by one. The teacher also died. The principle thought the classroom was cursed, so he made workers clean the classroom. A worker touched the vase by accident. The vase fell down and he saw the blood coming out of the vase. S: OMG! Now we need to take a break! Don’t go away. We’ll be right back.   S: Welcome back to the show, I’m Sugar. Wait . Ice, do you hear anything? I: Oh, is that piano. This reminds me another story. S: What story?  I: There was a music teacher, who could play the piano very well, but she was very proud. One day, a little girl asked her if she could teach her. The teacher said,” No, I won’t teach you this donkey dumb dumb. ” On the same day, as the music teacher was going home, she heard music coming from the classroom. She went inside and suddenly she saw the little girl playing the piano. The little girl said” Teacher, can you teach me? ” The next day, students found the teacher’s head on the table, but her body was missing. S: Oh it’s so scary. Uum…… where’s that music coming from?!!!! I: Oh~ It’s my phone! S: Oh! Thank Lord! I thought it was… Oh look at the time, If you want to find out the book Haunted Campus, stay tune every Saturday at eleven o’clock. See you next time. Bye

錦和高中 Happy speaker -- 過山車

Janet: Good morning guys! This is DJ Janet. Nicole: And this is DJ Nicole. Janet: You are now listening to student radio. Nicole: Hope today treats you well! As the topic for this week is about school learning experiences, today we will bring you more interesting personal stories. Janet: In high school life, there are many things worth your while, which are intoxicating and will create lasting memories. Nicole: Beside studying in classes, we can also learn a lot from many other extracurricular activities. Janet: Yeah, and do you remember the graduation trip we just had recently? Nicole: Sure! All the memories are coming up in my mind.   Janet:  Nicole, what was your biggest gain from the trip? Nicole: I rode a roller coaster at Eda Theme Park, which I never had. Janet: Cool! But why is that your biggest gain? Did you learn anything from it? Nicole: I used to be too scared to ride a roller coaster. This time I decided to pluck up the courage and give it a try. I wanted to leave no regrets. And thanks to my good friend’s encouragement, I sat on the ride and pulled down the harness.      Janet: The view was spectacular from up above, wasn’t it? Nicole: Can’t agree you more! I was really glad that I overcame my fear. Janet: Whether in or out of school, it is our classmates' support and encouragement that motivate us to try something we seldom do and make us learn something new.  Nicole: Indeed. Do you have such an experience? at school? Janet: Uhh… To be honest, I was really bad at math, and didn’t even understand what the teacher was talking about. At one time, I thought of giving up learning math. Nicole: Seriously? I thought your math is not bad. Janet: Not really. But I did make some improvements with my best friend’s help. She kept motivating me not to quit and taught me patiently. I learned a lot about how to solve math problems from her. After a semester of hard work, I could finally catch up with my classmates. Nicole: Wow! That was truly a fantastic learning experience. Janet: Exactly. And I hope listeners, especially if you are a second grader like us, benefit from this kind of experience. Because you know, the College Entrance Exam is approaching.  Nicole: I’m freaking nervous about it...What if I can’t get good grades? What if I can’t be accepted by my dream university? Janet: Stop being so anxious. Remember, you’ll have your classmates to help you out. We will always be with you. Nicole: Thanks, I feel better. Janet: Today’s radio show will draw to a close. Nicole: Wish all the high school students who are now listening  Janet: Seize the days in high school life. Nicole: Study hard. Janet: Play hard. Nicole & Janet: WITH YOUR FRIENDS. Janet and Nicole: That’s a wrap, thanks for listening, we’ll catch you guy next time! Bye bye!

竹林高中 Happy speaker -- 麻辣鍋

T: Hello! Welcome to Chu-lin Broadcast. I am DJ Terry.  H: I am DJ Howard.  T: Hey Howard, do you remember all the school fairs we have got involved in? Which one impressed you the most?  H: Hmm… Let me think. It was the one last winter that impressed me the most. Definitely, it will be an unforgettable experience all my life.  T: Wow, what a coincidence! Actually, my answer is the same as yours if I am asked about this. But I forgot what you took charge of at the school fair. H: I was in charge of cooking the spicy hot pot. You know, it was the most popular item at the fair. We had a long queue in front of our stand. Every time I removed the lid, the smell drove the crowd crazy. T: I heard that, but it was a pity that I wasn't able to get a taste of it.  H: Maybe next time. I remember you took charge of the beverage section, didn’t you? How was everything? T: Well….not bad. Our drinks were also quite popular. We even had to change the menu because we ran out of some of the drinks. I guess we didn’t have a proper evaluation in advance. H: Indeed, preparation is a crucial part of the whole plan. We spent plenty of time purchasing goods and doing the preparation job to avoid going frantic that day. T: That's true. We spent most of the time discussing what to sell. Though my group members had different opinions in the beginning, we tried to listen to others’ ideas and meet each other halfway. I was glad to see my group members come to mutual agreements. H: In addition to listening to others, it is also important to cooperate with our classmates. If there are only few people trying hard, it will be difficult to succeed. T: You can say that again. Every person has to do his best in his position. For example, we had to mix different pops, promote our products and sell them to customers. We even offered delivery service. It took everyone’s hard work to accomplish the mission.  H: You're right. At the time the fair ended, our stand was so messy that it seemed like herds of elephants had tramped on it. There were a lot of chores waiting for us. Thanks to the cooperation of the whole class, we were able to complete the cleanup in no time. T: It seems that we have both learned a lot from the school fair.  H: You bet, and it was an interesting experience for us to run a stand with our classmates. T: Most of all, besides making a lot of money, we have made our school days colorful and meaningful. H: Yeah! That’s all for today’s Chu-lin Radio.  See you next time!  

竹林高中 Happy speaker -- 緬甸美食

K: Hello, there. W: Welcome to “Campus Broadcasting Station”.  This is Winnie. K: And this is Kathleen. W: Today we’ll share with you the elective courses of high school.  Well, Kathleen, I’ve heard that you are taking a special language course this semester.  What’s it about? K: Ha!  Ha!  You come to the point.  However, before my reply, you should answer my question first.  Do you know the famous street nearby our school, where you can eat various tasty foods from Burma? W: Hum, hum.  Of course, I do.  It’s Whashing Street, the well-known South Asia tourist food court.  Wait!  Are you telling me you are taking Burmese course? K: You got it!   W: Wow!  I really can’t wait to know why you chose such an uncommon course? K:Well…. Actually, I took the course just because of the food. W: The food?  You mean you love South-east Asian cuisine?! K: Yeah…yes.  That’s right!  The spicy flat rice noodles and chicken with coconut sauce….. Oh, my goodness!  I’m slobbering again right now!  You know, every time I dine there, I always show off some Burmese I learned in class, such as “ Let’s dig in!” in Burmese is,”      .”    And “This is so yummy.” in Burmese is,”       .“ W: Wow!  That’s really incredible.  It seems you’ve learned a lot. K: Well, how about you, Winnie?  What class do you have this semester? W:  Oh!  I have a Spanish class. “                                   “ K: Not bad!  I heard that your teacher is a handsome Taiwanese young man, having a tour in South America after graduating from Spanish department. W: That’s true.  In class, we watched some movies in Spanish with Chinese subtitles, and one of them was even translated by him! K: Wow!  Your Spanish teacher is really something! W: Yup!  Last time, he bought a delicacy of dried meat, made out of Iberian pigs from Spain, and gave us a taste. K: Wow!  How I envy you! W: Actually, I took other language classes as well.  Listen, now!  Japanese, “             .“ K: Wow! W: Korean, “                     .“ K: Hum, hum. W: And French, “           .“ K: No way!!!   It looks like we’ll have to find some other time to share more elective courses with our listeners. W: Right.  So, be sure to tune in to our station for more interesting information. K: We’ll see you all next time.   Bye. W: Good-bye.   

明志國中 Happy speaker -- 貓貓俱樂部

RW: Kitty kitty kitty kitty like me. Woo woo woo woo woo .Cat radio. (Music) W, R: Welcome to MZ Cat Radio. R: YO! I’m Robert. Meow! W: Hay! I’m Willy. Meow! R: Hi, Willy. Remember the cat talent show we saw last night? W, R: Cats! We are the sweetest. Cats! We are the cutest. That’s the way we go. Meow! Meow! Meow! Meow! Meow! W: Yeah! They were so amazing! Some can dance to music, some can perform tricks on a high bar, and some can even jump through a hoop. R: I’ve always wanted to have a cat since I was a little boy. But my mom always says no. W: Don’t worry. We have a cat club at school. There are over sixty cats in the club. R: Really? Sixty cats at school? Amazing! How did they end up into the cat club? W: It’s a long story. Some of them were abandoned by their owners. Some were picked up by teachers or students.  R: Where do those cats live? On the playground or in a cage? W: No. They live in the principal’s old dormitory. R: Wow! They live in such a comfortable place. And…who founded this cat club? W: Ha! Ha! Ha! Let’s me tell you. It’s the section chief of Special Education,李文蓉. She found there were tons of stray cats in the campus. So, she had the idea of taking care of the cats. R: What a kind person she is! Let’s cheer for her. By the way, have you ever been there? W: Yes, I have. I go there twice a week with my classmates. R: What do you do when you go there? W: We clean the place, feed the cast, and give them a bath. Sometimes we help the paralyzed cats to go to the bathroom and change their diapers(尿布). R: Oh, you are such an angel. W: You can say that again. By taking care of those cats, I learn how important taking responsibility is and how valuable life is. Besides, I get to know a lot of girls. R: Oh, good for you. I also want to be a volunteer to help the cats. W: You can join us next time. R: Maybe I can ask my mother to adopt a cat from the cat club. If I train her well, maybe she can be a super star in the future. Then I can become a rich man. Ha! Ha! Ha! W: (Sigh!) Stop dreaming. Just remember, once you keep a cat, never abandon it. Be a responsible owner. R: Of course. I will try my best to give it a better life. I really want to know more about those cats. W: Stay tuned to MZ Cat Radio. R W: This is the end of today’s cat radio. Woo woo woo woo woo .Cat radio. (Music)

明志國中 Happy speaker -- 變裝派對

W: 107~ J: 107~ T: School radio~ Woo~ W: Welcome to school radio. This is Wendy. J: This is Jenny. W: Today, we are going to talk about a special day at school. J: A special day? What is it?  W: It’s the school anniversary. J: Oh yes! It’s a very important day at school .And I love it. W: Me too .Do you remember last year’s school anniversary? J: Of course. We had a cos play parade, a school fair, and a relay race. W: What was a highlight of the cos play parade? J: Our class wore cloaks and masks. We dressed up like vampires. W: And some classes dressed up like beggars, pirates, and poker cards from Alice Wonder Land. J: What impressed me the most was our director of student affair. He wore a dinosaur costume and danced to the song PPAP. T: I have a pen, I have an apple. Uh! Apple- pen! J: I have a pen, I have an….. W: Ok ok stop! Apples are good, but the food in school fair is far better. J: I couldn’t agree with you more. We sold hot dogs, cotton candy, and milk tea. One of my classmates shouted” Cotton candy, sweet, sweet candy!”Another one yelled, ” Milk tea, milk tea, ten dollars milk tea!” They attracted a lot of customers. W: Wow! That sounds very interesting! You must have earned a lot of money. J: Of course! But most important of all, We learned how to cooperate with each other and how to run a business.  W: Me too. I got a sense of achievement and everyone had a good time. J: Last but not least, the most exciting event was the relay race. W: As soon as they shot off the pistol, the runners ran as fast as cheetahs. J: The crowd roared, and cheered for the runners. W: Did your class win? J: No, we didn’t. One of our classmates fell down and he dropped the baton. How about you? W: We didn’t, either. But we have started to practice for the relay race already. I can’t wait for the school anniversary to come! This year, it’s on December eighth!     J: Wow~ I’m so excited!!!!!  T: Me too. That’s all for today. Please tune in tomorrow. 107~107~ school radio~Woo  

三重高中 Happy speaker -- 大隊接力

AB: Welcome to Sanchong high school.           A: I’m Angel.                                                       B: And I’m Ashley.                                           A: Our school means the truth, the kindness, and the morality. B: It includes three parts: the senior high school, junior high school, and affiliated school. Filled with culture, fascinating clubs, and impressive buildings, Sanchong is a great adolescent educational school. A: Wow! That sounds amazing right! Let us tell you more fun activities at school.  B: Well, do you remember that what happened on the school anniversary? A: Oh! I was really impressive of people’s hard work on running a relay race. Especially the boy next to our class, Even though falling down and got hurt, he still put out energy to accomplish the race. B: Yah! Everyone admired his spirit in keep going until the end and cheer for him delightfully then. A: Not to mention, there also variety of brilliant performances during the anniversary. B: I know that! I like the dancing of kindergarten the most. They are so cute and lovely! A: But don’t forget the top of the hill is the bottom of another mountain. The high school’s dance club is more talented and outstanding. B: Come on! No pain no gain. We have practiced everyday after school. A: That’s really exhausting. B: Right. However, compare to other clubs like singing club, guitar club, badminton club, mass communication club and so on, I still prefer to the dance club. I enjoy dancing a lot. A: Haha! You’re such a cool guy. If I were you, I must have quit. B: Besides, have you ever heard of the international educated travel to Japan recently? A: Yes, I did. I’ve participated in the trip last year. This is an event that our school values a lot. B: So, how’s your trip? A: It's a nice memory! First of all, we have gone to their local high school for meeting new friends and experienced their daily classes. Furthermore, we have also enjoyed the beautiful scenery and monuments. Last but not least, it was the first time I gone nude bathing.  B: I think that might be awkward...  A: Definitely. Yet, this new try was quite interesting.  B: I'm itch to have a go with you next time!  A: Sure. Why not? B: Looking back to our school life, it occurred so many meaningful events.  A: It's true. Some of them were filled with happiness and laughter. And some of them softened us into tears.  B: Anyway, we became more mature and attained improvements while studying in Sanchong. I wholeheartedly love my school. A: To sum up, hope everyone can seize the moment and cherish the youth spending with your good teachers and classmates.    B: The most important, try your best to live a wonderful life at school! AB: This is the end of our broadcast, thank you for listening.