Printed: 6/1/2022 11:55:23 AM
Conant Substantial Faculty junior trade student Leyre Molinero Lopez’s has been focusing on giving again to the community by sharing a presentation about Spain, Spanish lifestyle and language, as nicely as about her expertise as an trade scholar, for Conant’s Interact Club, the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary Club and recently in Dorothy Meehan’s fourth-quality class at Jaffrey Quality Faculty.
Bilingual learner and fourth-grader, Zoe Montes Munoz launched Molinero Lopez, 17, by citing their commonalities – speaking equally English and Spanish and obtaining two very last names, a person from their mothers and one particular from their fathers. Zoe, who has attended JGS considering that very first quality, spelled out that her indigenous Mexico has retained a lot of of its Spanish traditions.
Bringing to life the famed San Fermin Festival and its Managing of the Bulls in her native Pamplona, Spain, Molinero Lopez shared Spanish traditions like eating a single grape at every of the 12 last gongs of the clock on New Year’s Eve, along with information and facts about Spanish King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia, the later start of the faculty day and later food occasions.
Molinero Lopez also spelled out that her trade pupil advantages have long gone considerably further than living the American teenage life where almost everything is amusing and ideal, wherever anyone rides about on a yellow university bus and where absolutely everyone goes to prom. She mentioned her greatest reward even exceeds her improved her English. Molinero Lopez says that the unpredicted profit of currently being an exchange scholar is self-awareness and self-confidence. She said she understands who she is and what she needs out of daily life.
Moliero Lopez stated she would like the same for individuals in her fourth-quality viewers. She explained she wants them to comprehend that there is lifetime over and above their hometown and encourages them to study another language, to travel and to acquire advantage of prospects.
The upcoming day, when requested if the fourth-graders preferred the presentation, Zoe explained, “Yes. Some of the little ones are even inquiring me to train them Spanish terms!”