|公 务 员||教师资格
|四 六 级||英语四级||英语六级|
As part of a three-year project, a group of American high school students and their teachers are spending three weeks each summer in Senegal(塞内加尔), helping to modernize Keur Sadaro, a rural village three hours from Senegal’s capital, Dakar. The 21 teens from two private high schools in San Francisco, California. This spring before leaving for Africa, they attended Saturday classes where they learned about the geography, language and culture of Senegal. Each year, the students bring athletic equipment, medicine,tools and computers to share with the villagers. In the first year of the project, last summer, a dilapidated(年久失修的) French colonial house, inhabited by duck sand chickens, was fixed up as a clinic .During this summer’s three-week stay, the students worked on the village schoolhouse. They helped put a roof on it, install solar panels and lights, lay a floor, and build desks. They taught village teachers how to operate donated computers.
1.What’s the topic of this news report?
Saturday classes about language and culture.
Private high schools in San Francisco.
The help of American High school students in Senegal.
The repair to the French colonial schoolhouse.
2.What’s the students’ work this summer?
Fixing up the Clinic inhabited by ducks and chickens.
Repairing and modernizing the village schoolhouse.
installing solar panels and lights in a French colonial house.
Learning the geography, language and culture of Senegal.