Last updated: 15Aug2018


Final Project Entries

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Christian Rispande SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Click
2 Khairu Ummah SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Click
3 Lia Anjelina SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Click
4 Dick Lapitan Concepcion Elementary School Philippines Click
5 JR Elarmo Iloilo University Philippines Click
6 Mark Stephen Iloilo University Philippines Click
7 Vianne Labagnao
Ermenio C. Lebin Jr.
Francis T. Subarba
Kimberly June Tespoer
Jessie Thom Bolido
Antonieto Gaurana
Marquin Villaceran
Joesel Lanzarote
Jezebel Cloma
Mia Quitalig
Romelhyne Hervias
Janrey Casaria
Rodger Sigaya Eliab Jr.
Iloilo University Philippines Click
8 Maria Jose Tores Saint Louis University Philippines Click
9 Paula Charmaine D. Libao Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Click
10 Zyryl Guadilla Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Click
11 Julyius Esguerra Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University Philippines Click

 

Winners

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Vianne Labagnao
Ermenio C. Lebin Jr.
Francis T. Subarba
Kimberly June Tespoer
Jessie Thom Bolido
Antonieto Gaurana
Marquin Villaceran
Joesel Lanzarote
Jezebel Cloma
Mia Quitalig
Romelhyne Hervias
Janrey Casaria
Rodger Sigaya Eliab Jr.
Iloilo University Philippines Click
2 Maria Jose Tores Saint Louis University Philippines Click
3 Zyryl Guadilla Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Click

Final Project Entries

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Adib Saifin Nu'man MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Click
2 Kelly K. Audrey SMK Kristen Immanuel Pontianak Indonesia Click
3 Sheren Charista SMK Kristen Immanuel Pontianak Indonesia Click
4 Triska Rachmawani SMP Insan Rabbany Indonesia Click
5 Adellia Azzahrah El Haqy Viva College Indonesia Click
6 Audry Natasha Sutomo Viva College Indonesia Click
7 Christopher Eleazer Alfred Colombus Baramuli Viva College Indonesia Click
8 Yori Nadhila Viva College Indonesia Click
9 Rhea Martina Louise S. Tomelden Saint Louis University Philippines Click
10 Ryan Matthew Neil S. Tomelden Saint Louis University Philippines Click
11 Jezreel B. Cayat Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Click
12 Thea Ursula Emanuelle A. Racuya Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Click
13 Gabriel Vernon Querimit Bauzon Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Click
14 Naisse Ann B. Espinoza Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Click
15 Aaron Louis E. S. Cruz University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
16 Lei-Ann L. Edang University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
17 Rinlaphats Worametwarodom Eastern Technological College Thailand Click

 

Winners

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Sheren Charista SMK Kristen Immanuel Pontianak Indonesia Click
2 Kelly K. Audrey SMK Kristen Immanuel Pontianak Indonesia Click
3 Lei-Ann L. Edang University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
3 Aaron Louis E. S. Cruz University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
3 Jezreel B. Cayat Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Click

Final Project Entries

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Khem Sokheng Regional Polytechnic Institute Techo Sen Battambang Cambodia Click
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2 Pech Dara Regional Polytechnic Institute Techo Sen Battambang Cambodia Click
3 Feby Ayu Lestari Bina Insani Campus Indonesia Click
4 Gusti Putu Yogi Swari Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Click
5 Kadek Mony Morita Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Click
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6 Nadya Gita Octavia Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Click
7 Etika Ramadani Jambi University Indonesia Click
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8 Soni Afriansyah Jambi University Indonesia Click
9 Valenda Rahma Fitri Jambi University Indonesia Click
10 Desy Nurmanita Lambung Mangkurat University Indonesia Click
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11 Rifda Naufani Madrasah Aliyah Negeri 1 Jember Indonesia Click
12 Adib Saifin Nu'man MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Click
13 Julian Chelsea SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Click
14 Evi Yulianti Sriwijaya University Indonesia Click
15 Ni Made Ary Damayanti STIE Asia Malang Indonesia Click
16 Novi Kristia Ningsi STIE Asia Malang Indonesia Click
17 Imron Wignyowiyoto STMIK Bina Insani Indonesia Click
18 Muhammad Ghery Jayadi Universitas Kebangsaan Indonesia Click
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19 Yulina Rahayu Listyo Putri University of Sebelas Maret Indonesia Click
20 Richelle Alfor Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Click
21 Sandra May Ong Maclang Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Click
22 Romarie Joyce Pailmao University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click

 

Winners

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Pech Dara Regional Polytechnic Institute Techo Sen Battambang Cambodia Click
2 Desy Nurmanita Lambung Mangkurat University Indonesia Click
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3 Richelle Alfor Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Click

Final Project Entries

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Julian Chelsea SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Click
2 Naisse Ann B. Espinoza Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Click
3 Flordeliza P Poncio Self-employed Philippines Click
4 Aaron Louis Ed Santos Cruz University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
5 Lei-ann Lacanilao Edang University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click

 

Winners

No. Full Name Institution Name Country Final Project
1 Aaron Louis Ed Santos Cruz University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
2 Lei-ann Lacanilao Edang University of Santo Tomas Philippines Click
3 Flordeliza P Poncio Self-employed Philippines Click

2018 SEAMEO Language Online Courses - Bahasa Indonesia

Instructor: Ms Anastasia Sylvia
Contact: anastasia@seameo.org
Participants: 10-22 years old.

 

Background

As the largest archipelago country and 4th largest country in the world with total 250 million populations, Indonesia well-known with its diversity and multicultural society. Indonesia has approximately 300 ethnics that has their own cultural and language. Until 2018 there are 742 languages. However, Indonesia has a motto called “Bhineka Tunggal Ika” means unity in diversity. Indonesia believes that Bahasa could be an instrument to unite its diversity that they have. Nowadays, it has been proven that Bahasa is one of the glue to unite religion, ethnic and racial diversity in Indonesia. People from Sabang until Merauke are united by Bahasa.

With the existence of ASEAN Economic Community, there would be greater and higher demand for countries in Southeast Asia to cooperate in terms of economy. Currently, Indonesia has 42% of total population among ASEAN market. Indonesia government also wants to create greater cooperation with countries among Southeast Asia as it stated under President Joko Widodo goals. Hence, it would also create higher demand for students in Southeast Asia to acquire abilities towards speak Bahasa to enhance the cooperation between Indonesia and other countries among Southeast Asia.

Presently, SEAMEO Secretariat would like to introduce a new programme named “SEAMEO Language Online Lecture Series” that would provide basic knowledge about Bahasa and how to learn simple conversation in Bahasa for students among Southeast Asia. This programme would be implemented with an online basis. There will be 8 sessions, with 1.5 hours for each session. In the end of the training session, participants must submit their final assignment in order to show their ability.

 

Objectivities

  • Introducing Bahasa Indonesia to enhance cooperation among SEAMEO member countries
  • Develop basic skills and knowledge about Indonesia
  • Acquire basic conversation that would be beneficial for daily life and casual conversation
  • Participants would be able to get a glimpse of Indonesia’s culture from the traditional culture until pop culture.
  • Participants would be able to understand Indonesia by acquiring Bahasa, since Indonesia uses it as their main language.

 

Programme Timeline

Date Activites
19 June 2018 Presentation of Proposal
20-25 June 2018 Open Registration
25-26 June 2018 WebEx Tutorial
27 June – 23 July 2018 Session would be every Monday and Wednesday
27 July 2018 Final Assignment Submission (23:59)
30 July 2018 Final Judgment
1 August 2018 Announcement for the winner

Registration Form:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEO_Language_Online_Lecture_Series

 

Course content and Timeline

Date Time (Bangkok time Topic Material
Wednesday
27 June 2018
09:00-10:30 -Introduction to the course
-Counting in Indonesia
-Introduction to basic vocabulary
Document
VDO
Monday
2 July 2018
14:00-15:30 Introduce your family and yourself Document
VDO
Wednesday
4 July 2018
09:00-10:30 Occupation Document
VDO
Monday
9 July 2018
14:00-15:30 Greeting and Time Document
VDO
Wednesday
11 July 2018
09:00-10:30 Daily Conversation (Days and Dates) Document
VDO
Monday
16 July 2018
14:00-15:30 Hobbies Document
VDO
Wednesday
18 July 2018
09:00-10:30 Daily Conversation "How to go to....?" Document
VDO
Monday
23 July 2018
14:00-15:30 Final Assignment Briefing Document
VDO
  • Participants must be able to provide laptop/notebook/ smartphone/ computer (with Webcam and external microphone) since this training would be an online base training.
  • Participants must install Cisco WebEx on their device and attended the session fifteen minutes prior to the session.
  • Participants have to fill the registration form first in order to be able to take this course.

 

Assignments

Assignment from each session should be submitted one day prior to the session. Therefore, the instructor could give a feedback regarding your assignment. Homework would be send after the session through email.

 

Competition and final award

For the final assignment participants must create either short video or short essay. Herewith the requirements for final assignment. Please kindly select one out of two.

  1. Final Assignment video should at least contain:
    Individual (maximum 3 minutes)
      • Opening: Introduce yourself
      • Introduce your family member
      • Mentioned 2 places, time and food or drinks.
      • Closing statement

Group (maximum 5 minutes)

      • Opening: Introduce yourself
      • Create a short dialogue
      • Mentioned 2 places, time and food or drinks.
      • Closing dialogue
  1. Final Assignment 150-250 words:
      • Create a short story
      • You should mention at least 2 family members or friends
      • Mentioned at least one places and 2 or more activities.
      • Closing statement

 

Criteria for final assignment

  • Creativity: Related to the topic and storyline
  • Pronunciation (for video): how the participants pronounce the words
  • Grammar and vocabulary: Related to their structure
  • Punctuation: Related to the interval and how the participants pronounce it.
  • Tone: related to the expression and emphasizing on several words.

 

Certification

Certificate of Completion is provided for those who submit their final assignment. However, for the winner they will get one additional certificate. The certificates would be signed by SEAMEO Secretariat Director, Dr Gatot.

 

Evaluation and Feedback

After the studies, all the participators will be invited to participate in an online survey. The questionnaire will be delivered to the participators by e-mail with links. The results of the questionnaire will improve the future courses and programmes. The personal information and the data will be protected.

2018 SEAMEO Online Language Courses – Chinese Mandarin

Instructors: Ms Karen Ngai,
Mr Vincent F MO
Contact: karen@seameo.org (Contact person)
vincent@seameo.org
Facebook Group: 2018 SEAMEO Online Courses - Mandarin
Students: 10-20 years old, and the others qualified

 

Background

Chinese has been promoted gradually nowadays. It is the trend that more and more people started to learn Mandarin and try to understand the Chinese culture. This course is a brief introductory course for the beginners. The course content will contain the basic phrases and sentences for the conversations on the topics of travelling, shopping, etc. More importantly, this course tries to hand over the students the regulations and principles of Chinese language, which can support their further sustainable self-study.

After each lesson, there will be assignments for the students to practice and review the content. At last, there will be a competition for the students participated in this course.

 

Objectives

This course tries to help the students learn these capabilities in the language:

  1. A capability of recognizing and using the Pinyin
  2. A capability of understanding the basic regulations of Chinese characters’ writing order.
  3. A capability of having short daily Chinese conversation, especially for travelling
  4. A apability of understanding the regulations and custom of Chinese language for their further sustainable self-study.

 

Programme Timeline

Date Activities
20 - 26 Jun 2018 Open for registration and preparation of lessons
26 Jun 2018 Pre-session of WebEx and other announcements
28 Jun - 31 Jul 2018 Two lessons per week, on the afternoons of Tuesday and Thursday (except 17 & 19 June 2018)
3 Aug 2018 Submission of final competition materials
3 - 6 Aug 2018 Judgment of the competition materials
6 Aug 2018 Awards announcement and certifications issued

 

Registration form and period

The registration form: http://bit.ly/SEAMEO_Language_Online_Lecture_Series
Registration period: 20 June - 26 June 2018

 

Courses’ sessions and schedule

Date Time (Bangkok time) Topic Material
Tuesday, 26 Jun 2018 10:00-11:00 Pre-session  
Thursday, 28 Jun 2018 14:00-14:45 Introduction to Mandarin: Pinyin 拼音 、Bihua 筆畫 Document
VDO
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Pronouns and numbers Document
VDO
Thursday, 5 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Self-introduction and greeting Document
VDO
Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Conversation: Families Document
VDO
Thursday, 12 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Conversation and Phrases: Food Document
VDO
Tuesday, 24 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Conversation: Shopping & Bargaining Document
VDO
Thursday, 26 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Conversation: Travelling (Airport, Hotel) Document
VDO
Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018 14:00-14:45 Final consultation, Review, and competition reminder Document
VDO

The online lessons will be delivered through the WebEx Room. The lesson video and materials will be uploaded after the lesson to the participants on Facebook group.

(Mandarin) SEAMEO Language Online Lecture Series
Every Tuesday, Thursday, from Thursday, June 28, 2018, to Tuesday, July 31, 2018
2:00 pm Bangkok Time (Bangkok) 2 hrs

WebEx Room Meeting number (access code): 623 684 476
Meeting password: 1234

The participants are welcomed to ask inquiries and to discuss through the e-mail and Facebook group: “2018 SEAMEO Online Courses – Mandarin”. The main external contact person for all the inquiries is Karen Ngai (karen@seameo.org).

 

Assignments

The assignments after each lesson may ask the students to do different exercises and practice: handwriting paper, reading paper, video recording, and etc.
The assignments should be directly submitted to the instructors and will affect the award in the final competition. After receiving the assignments from the students, the instructors should mark the assignments and give feedbacks or comments.

 

Competition and final award

After all the lessons, the participants are invited to take the final competition as a review and presentation of their achievement. The due of submission of the competition material will be 29 July 2018.
The competition will focus on the daily dialogues and the content taught in the lessons. The participants will be asked to make a short video to present their capability in the Chinese language. The participants can make the video individually or in a group no more than two persons. Here are the requirements for the competition video:

  Individual Group (no more than two participants)
Duration 4-5 minutes 5-7 minutes
Content 1. Self-introduction
2. Select one topic from the conversation lesson, present a short paragraph on the topic
1. Self-introduction
2. Select one topic from the conversation lesson, proceed a conversation on the topic between the participants

The competition videos will be collected for only this course program. The instructors will mark and give comprehensive feedback according to the following evaluation criteria:

Criteria Description Scores
Pronunciation The participants are able to speak the language with correct pronunciation. 20
Expression The participants are able to use the proper words and characters to accurately express their ideas 20
Fluency The participants are able to present the content fluently. 20
Emotions The participants are able to express the content with emotions, such as body movements, and eye contact. The intonation of the participants should also reflect the dialogue environment. 20
Overall impression The participants are able to gently deliver the presentation and to control the process. 10
Participation The participants should well behave during the lessons with high attendance. The quality and quantity of the participants’ assignment should be considered as well. 10
Total   100

 

Award and Certifications

There will be three ranked winners after the competition. The winners will have the certifications with specific prizes notification.
All the other participants, who will have finished the courses, will receive the certifications of participation.

 

Evaluation & Feedback

After the studies, all the participators will be invited to participate in an online survey. The questionnaire will be delivered to the participators by e-mail with links. The results of the questionnaire will improve the future courses and programmes. The personal information and the data will be protected.

 

2018 SEAMEO Language Online Courses – Thai

Instructors: Mr Nithan Thienhirun
Mr Kopporn Kaewmanee
Contact: nithan@smeao.org
kopporn@seameo.org
Participants: 10-20 years old, or the others qualified

 

Background

Thailand is a country with one of the biggest diversities in the world. Many places, towns, cities in Thailand are waiting to be discovered, explored, and enjoyed by foreign tourists. However, for those activities to be fulfilled, the Thai language is strongly recommended for a full potential experience that any foreigners could have.

Learning The Thai language will be beneficial to everyone who wants to cruise their journeys in Thailand. Experience, convenience, and a lot more will be gained just from learning simple conversations in Thai. Not only learning the Thai language will maximize your enjoyment, but it will also allow you to guide your friends to attractions or famous places across the country!

WebEx (Training Platform Software) will be used to conduct the course. The course will be conducted around 2-4 hours (2 days) per week.

After the courses, students should learn:

  • Simple Introduction in the Thai Language
  • Commonly used Thai phrases in conversations
  • Conversations and vocabularies related to tourism
  • Conversations and vocabularies in emergency situations
  • A big picture/basics of Thai Culture
  • Famous places/attractions in Thailand
  • Customs and traditions that should be aware of while travelling in Thailand

 

Objectives

After the language course, not only participants or students are expected to learn language alone, but also basics of Thai customs, culture, as well as famous attractions in Thailand.

Participants are also expected to learn the following:

  • Able to converse and understand basic conversations that are daily used in Thailand
  • Became more familiar with Thai culture and customs
  • Learned and recognized Thailand's famous places
  • Motivated/encouraged to visit Thailand

 

Programme Timeline

No Date Topic
1 19 June 2018 – 26 June 2018 Online Registration
2 26 June 2018 Deadline of Online Registration
3 26 June 2018 WebEx Online Tutorial Session
4 27 June 2018 The beginning of the course
5 25 July 2018 The end of the course
6 25 July – 1 August 2018 Assignment Period
7 5 August 2018 Announcement of Winners
8 9 August 2018 Certificates Distribution

 

Course Sessions and Schedule:

The course will be conducted over a span of approximately one month, starting from 27 June 2018 to 25 July 2018.

Contents will be as follows:

  • Simple Introduction in Thai Language
  • Commonly used Thai phrases in conversations
  • Conversations and vocabularies related to tourism
  • Conversations and vocabularies in emergency situations
  • A big picture/basics of Thai Culture
  • Famous places/attractions in Thailand
  • Customs and traditions that should be aware of while traveling in Thailand

 

Schedule

Training Period:  27 June - 25 July   
Training Schedule:  Every Wednesday and Every Friday at 14.00-16.00, Except 18 July
(All dates and times are listed in Bangkok Time, GMT+7)

Session Date Time Content Instructor Material
1 Wednesday, 27 June 14:00-15:00 Course Orientation Nithan Document
VDO
2 Friday, 29 June 14:00-16:00 Simple vocabularies in Thai Language Kopporn Document
VDO
3 Wednesday, 4 July 14:00-16:00 Simple Introduction in Thai Language Kopporn Document
VDO
4 Friday, 6 July 14:00-16:00 Commonly used daily conversations in Thailand Kopporn Document
VDO
5 Wednesday, 11 July 14:00-16:00 Conversations and vocabularies related to tourism and emergency situations Nithan Document
VDO
6 Friday, 13 July 14:00-16:00 A big picture/basics of Thai Culture Nithan Document
VDO
7 Friday, 20 July 14:00-16:00 Famous places/attractions in Thailand Kopporn Document
VDO
8 Wednesday, 25 July 14:00-16:00 Customs that should be aware of while traveling in Thailand Nithan Document
VDO

The online lessons will be delivered through the WebEx Room.
WebEx Room Meeting number (access code): 627 624 203
Meeting password: 1234

Meeting Link: https://goo.gl/i9xJr5

 

Assignment and Certificates

After the language course, participants will have to complete an assignment in order to be awarded a certificate of completion. The best assignment will be awarded a winner certificate.

 

Contact Information

For additional information on the training course and registration, please contact:
Mr Nithan Thienhirun
Instructor and Coordinator
SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: + 662 391 0144 I Fax: + 662 381 2587
Email: nithan@seameo.org
www.seameo.org
Mr Kopporn Kaewmanee
Instructor and Coordinator
SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: + 662 391 0144 I Fax: + 662 381 2587
Email: kopporn@seameo.org
www.seameo.org

 

Evaluation Form

After the course ends, participants will be given an evaluation form to evaluate the sessions they studied.

2018 SEAMEO Online Language Courses - Vietnamese

Instructor: Tran Giang
Contact:
giangtran@seameo.org
Participants: 10 to 20 years old, and the others qualified

 

Background

In the era of globalisation and regionalisation, Southeast Asian nations have made huge efforts to strengthen their comprehensive multilateral relationships and deepen a mutual understanding amongst countries in the region. Therefore, it is becoming absolutely essential that, besides English, learning another language of Southeast Asian countries is really beneficial to many of us.

The Vietnamese language is becoming a popular choice for many learners in the world owing to different reasons. Learning Vietnamese will open doors to work in significantly developing and deeply integrated economy. Vietnamese is also the main communication method to interact with more than 90 million people as well as a key to explore the beauty of Vietnam in all aspects. Knowing Vietnamese, thus, can bring a lot of incredible benefits.

Vietnamese The Basic is an online language training course introduced by SEAMEO Secretariat with a view to providing the essential knowledge of the Vietnamese language and culture. The course will provide learners with the foundation knowledge and skills of Vietnamese language usage, and the basic understanding of Vietnamese history, culture, lifestyles and people. Moreover, the course aims to guide and equip learners with the ability of self-studying.

Vietnamese The Basic is a free 8-session weekly course for learners from all over the Southeast Asia. Each session will be conducted in two hours every Tuesday and Thursday. The training course will be carried out on the online platform - Webex.

 

Objectives

At the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • make greetings, self-introduction, a basic daily conversation in Vietnamese,
  • read Vietnamese texts,
  • understand the different features on Vietnamese culture,
  • apply the language skill for survival in Vietnam,
  • continue study Vietnamese by themselves

 

Programme Timeline:

Date Activities
20 June - 26 June, 2018 Online registration & preparations for lessons
26 June, 2018 Deadline for registration
29 June, 2018 Inform learners of course and training schedule via email
2 July, 2018 Use Webex Training and introducing course
3 July, 2018 Start the course
9 July, 2018 Announce the course’s learners on SEAMEO website
26 July, 2018 End the course
2 August, 2018 Deadline of final project submission
6 August, 2018 Award the certificate and announce the best learner of the course

 

Registration and Duration

Registration form: To attend the course, all learners should register through the following link: http://bit.ly/SEAMEO_Language_Online_Lecture_Series
Registration period: 20 June, 2018 – 26 June, 2018
Deadline: 26 June, 2018
Rules of registration

  • Only online registrations are accepted.
  • No sign-up fee is required.
  • For under-18-year-old students, registration must be conducted by school teachers (coordinating teachers).

 

Course sessions & schedule

TRAINING PERIOD: 3 July - 26 July, 2018
TRAINING SCHEDULE: Every Tuesday at 9.30-11.30 and Every Thursday at 9.30-11.30
Webex Meeting Room
Meeting number (access code): 625 640 125

Meeting password: 1234

Session Date Time Content Material
Pre-course Monday, 2 July 09:30 – 11:30 - Using Webex training
- Introducing course
- Exchanging with learners
 
1 Tuesday,3 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 1
- Introducing the Vietnamese language
- Vietnamese alphabet, phonetics, tones, word forming
- Conversation 1: Greeting
Document
VDO
2 Thursday, 5 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 2
- Number
- Conversation 2: Self-introduction
Document
VDO
3 Tuesday, 10 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 3
- Basic grammar
- Conversation 3: the daily conversation
Document
VDO
4 Thursday, 12 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 4
- Tense & sentence structure
- Conversation 4: the daily conversation
Document
VDO
5 Tuesday, 17 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 5
- Classifier, linking words, this/that, of
- Conversation 5: the daily conversation
Document
6 Thursday, 19 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 6
- Language for travelling
- Conversation 6: shopping for travellers
Document
VDO
7 Tuesday, 24 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 7
- Language for travelling
- Conversation 7: time, transportations and hospitality
Document
VDO
8 Thursday, 26 July 09:30 – 11:30 Lesson 8
- Vietnamese language immersion by using common expressions
Document
VDO

The course starts from 2 July to 26 July , 2018. It contains 8 lessons. Each lesson will be delivered in 2 hours from 09:30 to 11:30 Bangkok Time (GMT+7) through Webex Room.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, from July 3th to July 26th, 2016
Meeting number: 625 640 125
Meeting password: 1234

 

Rules of course & conditions

  1. This is a fee-free online course.
  2. All learners must be present at Online Meeting Room (Webex) at least 5 minutes before each session begins.
  3. Learners who are not able to attend need to email the instructor in advance.
  4. All learners are required to complete all assignments, and hand in them to instructor before the deadline.

 

Completion and Award

The overall academic results will be examined according to the criteria listed in the following table:

Criteria Mark in percentage
Attendance & Class Performance 20 %
Assignments 40 %
Final project 40 %
Total 100 %

To pass the course, students must achieve at least 50% in the total mark.

 

Certifications

Students who pass the course will receive “Certificate of Completion”. A student who achieves the highest score will be awarded “Certificate of recognition”. The result will be posted on the website on August 6th, 2018.

 

Evaluation & Feedback

After the course, all the participants will be invited to participate in an online survey. The questionnaire will be delivered to the participants via email attached a link. The results of the questionnaire will improve the future courses and programmes. The personal information and the data will be protected.

For additional information, please visit www.seameo.org

Institution Name List

No Instituion Name Country Student Name
1 SXPI Australia John Smith
2 Kaili University China Dila Okta
3 IIB Darmajaya Indonesia Lisa Mahardika
4 Jambi University Indonesia Nurul Istiana Hasan
5 MAN 1 Jember Indonesia Akmal Estu Wijaya
6 Mataram University Indonesia Raka Panji Satria
7 Politeknik Aceh Indonesia Zakwansyah
8 Politeknik Negeri Jakarta Indonesia Listiawati
9 Politeknik Negeri Jakarta Indonesia Pinky Andi Nugroho
10 Poltekkes Kemenkes Surabaya Indonesia Navyke Novitasari
11 SDN Sukasirna Indonesia Agung Sugandi
12 SMA 1 Sampang Indonesia Yogi Catur Prasetyo
13 SMA Islam Terpadu Granada Indonesia Dzakwan Syaifullah
14 SMA Negeri 1 Driyorejo Indonesia Nova Grade
15 SMA Negeri 1 Jatilawang Indonesia Lantika Vidara Handini
16 SMA Negeri 1 Kapongan Indonesia Radhitya Sofiyanto
17 SMA Negeri 1 Padangan Indonesia Indah Anggraeny
18 SMA Negeri 1 Padangan Indonesia Name Ripskiaji Tristyanto
19 SMA Negeri 1 Padangan Indonesia Indah Anggraeny
20 SMA Negeri 10 Indonesia Maulida Naba
21 SMA Negeri 2 Indonesia Yusuf Bimantoro
22 SMA Negeri 2 Bondowoso Indonesia Atras Fahran
23 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Sepia Yolanda Putri
24 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Ridna Wati
25 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Salwa Rihadatul
26 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Fitriani
27 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Denysah Riris
28 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Ireni Anggraini
29 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Syafira Apriliani
30 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Mohammad Wildan Aldiansyah
31 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Yusti Renada
32 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Christian Rispande Siregar
33 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Devy P Lumban Gaol
34 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Lia Anjelina
35 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Lidya Putri Ande Siregar
36 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Abdullah Rizki
37 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Khairu Ummah S.
38 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Eben Sony
39 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Mila Dewita
40 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Parliando Saragih
41 SMA Negeri 2 Situbondo Indonesia Anita Renias
42 SMA Negeri 2 Tanjungpandan Indonesia Ilfa
43 SMA Negeri 3 Merlung Indonesia Marta G.S. Siagian
44 SMA Negeri 77 Jakarta Indonesia Aurel Eldiant Heryanto
45 SMK Krian 2 Indonesia Rizqi Priyo Hartono
46 SMK Muhammadiyah Kesesi Indonesia Achyar Budi Pranoto
47 SMK Negeri 1 Subah Indonesia Endah Susilawati
48 SMK NU Ma'arif Kudus Indonesia Muhammad Zidni Ilma
49 SMK Tunas Harapan Pati Indonesia Alfath Yazdaniar
50 STMIK Asia Malang Indonesia Adrian Kasih
51 Tadulako University Indonesia Muhammad Al Gifary
52 Universitas Islam Nusantara Indonesia Josua Maringan
53 Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka Indonesia Fitrah Tristiana Sumarah
54 Universitas PGRI Yogyakarta Indonesia Tri Hastono
55 Universitas Siliwangi Indonesia Siti Nurjamjam
56 Universitas Sriwijaya Indonesia Irfan
57 Universitas Sriwijaya Indonesia Gita Loveta
58 - Indonesia Dita Aprilia
59 - Indonesia Lisa Anggriani Sinaga Xii
60 - Indonesia Ajeng Sartika Santi
61 Politeknik Ungku Omar Malaysia Amira Shahira
62 Sekolah Menengah Sains Raja Tun Azlan Shah,Taiping Malaysia Aiman Fitri
63 Universiti Utara Malaysia Malaysia Nur Alia Binti Ahmad Azhar
64 Universiti Utara Malaysia Malaysia Jackqueline Tan Yee Sing
65 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Myanmar Zyryl Ross Guadilla,
66 Balara High School Philippines Justin Mark Carillo
67 Benguet State University Philippines Abdullah Fiqih
68 Concepcion Elementary School Philippines Dick Balmocena Lapitan
69 De La Salle University Philippines George E. Santarin
70 Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University Philippines Julyius Esguerra,
71 Iloilo  Science and Technology University Philippines Antonette Camallan
72 Iloilo  Science and Technology University Philippines Jessie Thom Bolido
73 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Mia Guatche Quitalig
74 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Jezebel B. Cloma
75 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Vianne Labagnao
76 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Marquin C. Villaceran
77 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Antonieto Gaurana
78 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Romelhyne Hervias
79 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Francis Tubato Subarba
80 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Mark Stephen Geco
81 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Janrey Casaria
82 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Joesel Lanzarote
83 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Kimberly June Tespoer
84 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Rodger S. Eliab, Jr.
85 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Ermenio Lebin, Jr.
86 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines J.R Elarmo
87 North Davao Colleges Philippines Charvie Mae Dela Pena
88 Northern Christian College Philippines Maybelle Binunag Siano
89 Philippine States College of Aeronautics Philippines Ailyn Petalio
90 Saint Louis University Philippines Raelene Flora
91 Saint Louis University Philippines Hannah Erica S. Reintar
92 Saint Louis University Philippines Faustino, Sean Paul Emmanoel B.,
93 Saint Louis University Philippines Anne Valerie F. Inalvez
94 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Paula Libao
95 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Herschel Querimit
96 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Salazar, Geanne P.,
97 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Rhea Flora
98 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Nicole Katherine Smith,
99 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Lea Sandra U. Lamsen
100 Tarlac Agricultural University Philippines Christine Ferrer
101 Tesda Philippines Richard Magnaye
102 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Patrick Ernest C. Celso
103 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Ana Victoria L. Legayada
104 University of the Cordilleras Philippines Mark Adrian J. Arenas
105 University of the Philippines Baguio Philippines Kathleen Shane Sison
106 Bangkok University Thailand Nithan Thienhirun
107 Chiang rai Rajabhat University Thailand Runglawan Aphithanang
108 Chiangrai Rajabhat University Thailand Mint Mintra
109 Chiangrai Rajabhat University Thailand Phongnithip Likhitthanatam
110 Chiangrai Rajabhat University Thailand Chatyada Pichaisueb
111 Chiangrai Rajabhat University Thailand Sirinaphar Yothar
112 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Titis Nuansakafah
113 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Watcharaphon Nongnut
114 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Miss Suchada Thubphee
115 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Supawadee Pootong
116 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Rujirada Yenjai
117 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Khwuancheewa
118 Phranakhon si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University (ARU) Thailand Jeeraphun Satidsatean
119 Phranakhon si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University (ARU) Thailand Anandha Chandramuk
120 Rajabhat Chiang Rai University Thailand Sasikan Chaikhaow
121 Hanoi Open University Vietnam Mac Van Hai
122 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Huynh So Ngoc

Institution Name List

No. Institution Name Country Full Name
1 MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Adib Saifin Nu'man
2 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Abdullah Rizki
3 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Alfres May Boy
4 SMK Kristen Immanuel Pontianak Indonesia Sheren Charista
5 SMK Kristen Immanuel Pontianak Indonesia Kelly K. Audrey
6 SMP Insan Rabbany Indonesia Noni Dwi Sari
7 SMP Insan Rabbany Indonesia Triska Rachmawani
8 SMP Insan Rabbany Indonesia Wayan Haarits Setiawan
9 Viva College Indonesia Audry Natasha Sutomo
10 Viva College Indonesia Christopher Eleazer Alfred Colombus Baramuli
11 Viva College Indonesia Yori Nadhila
12 Viva College Indonesia Adellia Azzahrah El Haqy
13 Bagong Pook Elementary School Philippines Ma. Theresa E. Obrero
14 Saint Louis University Philippines Rhea Martina Louise S. Tomelden
15 Saint Louis University Philippines Ryan Matthew Neil S. Tomelden
16 Saint Louis University Philippines Krizza Mae Coleen S. Estavillo
17 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Jezreel B. Cayat
18 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Thea Ursula Emanuelle A. Racuya
19 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Karylle Reforba
20 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Gabriel Vernon Querimit Bauzon
21 Saint Louis University Laboratory Senior High School Philippines Naisse Ann B. Espinoza
22 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Lei-Ann L. Edang
23 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Aaron Louis E. S. Cruz
24 - Philippines Flor Poncio
25 Eastern Technological College Thailand Rinlaphats Worametwarodom

Institution Name List

No. Institution Name Country Full Name
1 Regional Polytechnic Institute Techo Sen Battambang Cambodia Khem Sokheng
2 Regional Polytechnic Institute Techo Sen Battambang Cambodia Pech Dara
3 Royal University of Law and Economic Cambodia Saut Kirikanhchana
4 SEAMEO Hong Kong Vincent Mo
5 Airlangga University Indonesia Amelia Puji Rachmadani
6 Al-Azhar Indonesia Ardiansyah Bagus Suryanto
7 Bina Insani Campus Indonesia Feby Ayu Lestari
8 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Ade Yoni Elma Warmias
9 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Gede Ari Adnyana
10 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Gusti Ayu Gek Putu Sukasari
11 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia I Putu Gede Krishna Wilantara
12 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Ita Suryani
13 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Kadek Cariani
14 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Kadek Mony Morita
15 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Luh Budi Krisnayanti
16 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Made Agus Mandala Putra
17 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Nadya Gita Octavia
18 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Ni Made Ary Damayanti
19 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Putu Nita Handayani
20 Ganesha University of Education Indonesia Rangga Krisna Saputra
21 Jambi university Indonesia Andari Amalia Syahrial
22 Jambi University Indonesia Etika Ramadani
23 Jambi University Indonesia Lugy Rivaldo
24 Jambi University Indonesia Rio Dezaneru
25 Jambi University Indonesia Soni Afriansyah
26 Jambi University Indonesia Valenda Rahma Fitri
27 King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi Indonesia Muhammad Nur Hasan
28 Lambung Mangkurat University Indonesia Desy Nurmanita
29 Lambung Mangkurat University Indonesia Normiati
30 MA Ali Maksum Indonesia Adelia Rizda Fitria
31 MA Darul Qur'an Indonesia Amina Rosa Mumtaza
32 MA Darul Qur'an Indonesia Arif Nur Rofiq
33 MAN 1 Jember Indonesia Faisol Abrori
34 MAN 1 Jember Indonesia Rifda Naufani
35 MAN 1 Yogyakarta Indonesia Az-Zuhaida
36 MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Adib Saifin Nu'Man
37 MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Fauzia Kamilia Brilianti
38 MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Rahma Hayuning Astuti
39 MAN 4 Bantul Indonesia Herin Ratna
40 MAN 4 Bantul Indonesia Herin Ratnaningsih
41 Matatam University Indonesia Rangga Alif Faresta
42 MTs Al-Ikhlas Ujung Bone Indonesia Fatimah Anti Astudy
43 PAUD Plus Az-Zalfa Indonesia Suyanti
44 Pelita Harapan University Indonesia Anastasia Sylvia
45 PKBM Yayasan Generasi Puti Bungsu Koto Indonesia Herni
46 Politeknik Negeri Jakarta Indonesia Dzakiyatul Azizah
47 Politeknik Negeri Jakarta Indonesia Pinky Andi Nugroho
48 Politeknik Negeri Semarang Indonesia Diani Zahra
49 Politeknik Negeri Semarang Indonesia Putri Sekarudya Puspita Aruningtyas
50 Politeknik Sriwijaya Indonesia Anggie Achsania
51 Politeknik Sriwijaya Indonesia Donna Shafira Khakim
52 Putu Elcy Bianca Kumara Devi Indonesia Putu Elcy Bianca Kumara Devi
53 SMA Negeri 1 Alas Indonesia Mustika Finda Volena
54 SMA Negeri 1 Besuki Indonesia Ainna Amaliya
55 SMA Negeri 1 Besuki Indonesia Ramadani Dwi Kusnanda
56 SMA Negeri 14 Bandung Indonesia Adellia Siti Hendarty
57 SMA Negeri 14 Bandung Indonesia Raiza Shafwa
58 SMA Negeri 14 Bandung Indonesia Salfa Ardya Gustafa
59 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Ridna Wati Br .Ginting
60 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Risna Wati Br .Ginting
61 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Salwa Rihadatul
62 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Syafira Apriliani
63 SMA Negeri 2 Situbondo Indonesia Anita Renias
64 SMA Negeri 2 Situbondo Indonesia Vonny Febrianti
65 SMA Negeri 2 Tanjungpandan Indonesia Ilfa
66 SMA Negeri 3 Merlung Indonesia Marta.G.S.Siagian
67 SMK Mitra Industri MM2100 Indonesia Lingga Trihasta
68 SMK Mitra Industri MM2100 Indonesia Muhammad Syawal Prasetyo
69 SMK Negeri 1 Panji Indonesia Bunga Banafsaj Amiratul As'Adiyah
70 SMK Negeri 1 Panji Indonesia Fani Adi Candra
71 SMK Negeri 1 Panji Indonesia Nabila Ulfa Utami
72 SMK Negeri 2 Malang Indonesia Realicha
73 SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Devi Reggyta
74 SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Julian Chelsea
75 SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Willy Agustian
76 SMK Negeri 30 Jakarta Indonesia Saos Aisha Lateefah
77 SMK TI Airlangga Samarinda Indonesia Misran
78 SMP Negeri 1 Cicurug Indonesia Dewi Fortuna Ananda Rudhi
79 SMP Negeri 1 Cicurug Indonesia Nenny Ekosari Sri Karnasih
80 SMP Negeri Simpang Kosgoro Indonesia Lukman
81 Sriwijaya University Indonesia Evi Yulianti
82 Sriwijaya University Indonesia Fauziah Arroyani
83 STIE Asia Malang Indonesia Novi Kristia Ningsi
84 STIKI Malang Indonesia Eka Anggi Prasetyo
85 STIKI Malang Indonesia Tutut Nur Hidayanti
86 STIKOM InterStudi Indonesia Ayu Pritalia Winarti
87 STKIP Muhammadiyah Kotabumi Indonesia Cahyo Nugroho
88 STMIK Asia Malang Indonesia Adrian Kasih
89 STMIK Asia Malang Indonesia Adrianus Kasih Sepu
90 STMIK Bina Insani Indonesia Imron Wignyowiyoto
91 Tadulako University Indonesia Fikri Rifaldi M Kambosi
92 Undiksha University Indonesia Gusti Putu Yogi Swari
93 Universitas Airlangga Indonesia Annisa Adnin
94 Universitas Kebangsaan Indonesia Faisal Abdul Jaffar
95 Universitas Kebangsaan Indonesia Muhammad Ghery Jayadi
96 Universitas Mataram Indonesia Baiq Nila Sari Ningsih
97 Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka Indonesia Fitrah Tristiana Sumarah
98 Universitas Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka Indonesia Rosalina
99 Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Indonesia Hasana Kirana Tara
100 Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Indonesia Ika Putri Ayuningtyas
101 Universitas Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Indonesia Zakia Ashif Fauziah
102 Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatra Utara Indonesia Adam Indrawan
103 Universitas Negeri Padang Indonesia Afifah Zafirah
104 Universitas PGRI Yogyakarta Indonesia I Melia Puspita Sari
105 Universitas Sebelas Maret Indonesia Alentru Kurniawati
106 Universitas Sebelas Maret Indonesia Mayang Hema Malina
107 Universitas Sebelas Maret Indonesia Yulina Rahayu Listyo Putri
108 Universitas Tadulako Indonesia Asni
109 University of Muhammadiyah Purwokerto Indonesia Adi Imantoyo
110 University of PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya Indonesia Sus Aprilyaputri Putri
111 University of PGRI Adibuana Surabaya Indonesia Iin Maria Ulfa
112 University of PGRI Adibuana Surabaya Indonesia Putri Mei Asih
113 University of PGRI Adibuana Surabaya Indonesia Sus Aprilya Putri
114 University of PGRI Semarang Indonesia Yustiani Anjar Sari
115 Wiraraja University Indonesia Shinta Ratna Ayu
116 Polytehnic Ungku Omar Malaysia Foo Yoong Hou
117 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Myanmar Zyryl Ross Guadilla
118 Technological University(Mandalay) Myanmar Thae Su Nwe
119 Bagong Pook Elementary School Philippines Ma. Theresa E. Obrero
120 Concepcion es Philippines Dick Balmocena Lapitan
121 Cotabato City National High School Main Campus Philippines Abdulcader M. Alsoufi
122 Cotabato City National High School Main Campus Philippines Binladden D. Datumanong
123 De La Salle University Philippines George E. Santarin
124 Fishing Village Comprehensive National High School Philippines Elvis Ryan Millan
125 Home-Oriented Prime Education Christian Academy, Inc. Philippines Genevie De Castro
126 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Richelle Alfor
127 Iloilo Science and Technology University Philippines Sandra May Ong Maclang
128 Joji Ilagan International School Philippines Sittie Aisah A. Dinas
129 Laverdad Christian College Philippines Franie Vie C. Galenzoga
130 Saint Louis University Philippines Colette Lydio
131 Saint Louis University Philippines Faustino, Sean Paul Emmanoel B.
132 Saint Louis University Philippines Hannah Erica S. Reintar
133 Saint Louis University Philippines Korrinne Faye Corpuz
134 Saint Louis University Philippines Myreen Guillermo
135 Saint Louis University Philippines Raelene Flora
136 Saint Louis University Philippines Anne Valerie F. Inalvez
137 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Allan Ariaga
138 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Estelle Clarisse Factor
139 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Gabriel R. De Guzman
140 Saint Louis University Laboratory high School Philippines Herschel Querimit
141 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Jazmin M. Tan
142 Saint Louis University Laboratory high School Philippines John Ariaga
143 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines John Asuncion
144 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Karylle Erica N. Reforba
145 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Lea Sandra U. Lamsen
146 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Paula Libao
147 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Rhea Flora
148 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Salazar, Geanne P.
149 Southern Tech College Foundation, Incorporated Philippines Leo Tembrevilla
150 Tarlac Agricultural University Philippines Belinda Gabuyo Ammanathu Ramankutty
151 Tarlac Agricultural University Philippines Christine Ferrer
152 TESDA Women's Center Philippines Adelou Rainer De Galicia
153 TESDA Women's Center Philippines Ann Gelli Merced
154 TESDA Women's Center Philippines Richard Magnaye
155 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Patrick Ernest C. Celso
156 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Romarie Joyce Pailmao
157 Sukhothai College of Agriculture and Technology Swedish Per Torvang
160 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Paichyon Sookmee
158 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Papatsanan Cherdchoo
159 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Rudtanawadee Sujawon
161 Panyapiwat Institution of Management Thailand Orawan Phromfaiy
162 Panyapiwat Institution of Management Thailand Watsachol Na
163 SEAMEO Thailand Piyapa
164 Cathy Nguyen Vietnam Nguyen Kim Cam Thi
165 Hanoi Open University Vietnam Mac Van Hai
166 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Dang Thi Phuong Nhi
167 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Hoang Nguyen
168 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Huỳnh Trần Mỹ Quân
169 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Nguyen Lam Ngoc Thao
170 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Nguyen Thi Dong Trang
171 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Tran Bui Ngoc
172 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Truong Ngoc Hoang Oanh
173 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Nguyen Bao Huy
174 Hoa Sen University Vietnam Tran Nguyen Anh Phuong

Institution Name List

No. Institution Name Country Full Name
1 Airlangga University Indonesia Amelia Puji Rachmadani
2 Al-Azhar Indonesia Ardiansyah Bagus Suryanto
3 Institut Informatika dan Bisnis Darmajaya Indonesia Nurul Hidayati
4 MA Darul Qur'an Indonesia Amina Rosa Mumtaza
5 MAN 2 Kudus Indonesia Adib Saifin Nu'man
6 MAN 4 Bantul Indonesia Herin Ratnaningsih
7 Politeknik Negeri Jakarta Indonesia Pinky Andi Nugroho
8 SMA Negeri 1 Besuki Indonesia Ainna Amaliya
9 SMA Negeri 1 Besuki Indonesia Ramadani Dwi Kusnanda
10 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Salwa Rihadatul
11 SMA Negeri 2 Pangkalan Kerinci Indonesia Syafira Apriliani
12 SMA Negeri 2 Situbondo Indonesia Anita Renias
13 SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Devi Reggyta
14 SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Julian Chelsea
15 SMK Negeri 23 Jakarta Indonesia Willy Agustian
16 SMP Negeri Simpang Kosgoro Indonesia Lukman
17 Universitas Airlangga Indonesia Annisa Adnin
18 University of Jambi Indonesia Lugy Rivaldo
19 Wiraraja University Indonesia Shinta Ratna Ayu
20 Casapanda Kindergarten Philippines Jessa
21 De La Salle University Philippines George E. Santarin
22 Saint Louis University Philippines Faustino, Sean Paul Emmanoel B.
23 Saint Louis University Philippines Hannah Erica S. Reintar
24 Saint Louis University Philippines Myreen Guillermo
25 Saint Louis University Philippines Nico Bernard Domantay
26 Saint Louis University Philippines Raelene Flora
27 Saint Louis University Philippines Anne Valerie F. Inalvez
28 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Herschel Querimit
29 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Jazmin M. Tan
30 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Lea Sandra U. Lamsen
31 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Naisse Ann B. Espinoza
32 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Paula Libao
33 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Rhea Flora
34 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Salazar, Geanne P.
35 Saint Louis University Laboratory High School Philippines Zyryl Ross Guadilla
36 Self Employed Philippines Flor
37 Tarlac Agricultural University Philippines Christine Ferrer
38 Tesda Philippines Richard Magnaye
39 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Aaron Louis Ed Santos Cruz
40 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Ana Victoria L. Legayada
41 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Lei-ann Lacanilao Edang
42 University of Santo Tomas Philippines Patrick Ernest C. Celso
43 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Khwuancheewa
44 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Mr.Theeraphat Ratchawong
45 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Sudarat Sawatdee
46 Eastern Technological College (E-TECH) Thailand Thananaphat Phumchan

Last updated: 22Mar2018

Happy and Easy Learning Chinese

Register Online: https://goo.gl/sDn6fW
Blog: https://happyeasylearningchinese.wordpress.com/
Concept note: Link to concept note

 

Details of main coordinator/focal person

Name: Ms Cao Yi
Position: Project Assistant
Organisation: SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Email: caoyi@seameo.org

Name: Ms Wang Yi
Position: Project Assistant
Organisation: SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Email: wangyi@seameo.org

Background

With the rapid development of the economy and the continuous improvement of its international status, PR China has been open for extensive cooperation with overseas in including Southeast Asia.

There were growing numbers of development projects between PR China and countries in Southeast Asia, both by government and private sectors. In response of this growth, there were demands for students in Southeast Asia for abilities to communicate in Chinese.

Happy & Easy Learning Chinese” is a programme introduced by SEAMEO Secretariat to provide basic knowledge of Chinese language and culture. It is a total 24 hours of courses which welcomes participants from all over the Southeast Asian region.

Participants will be equipped with basic spoken Chinese and exposed to a part of Chinese history and culture after attending the program.

Each session will contain two teaching hours. The topic covers from Pin Yin (Chinese phonetic notation), greeting and other simple conversation to Chinese festival, lifestyle, etc.

All sessions will be mainly organized through WebEx. More importantly, the participants are required to practice after class and submit their recorded video of practice via Email: caoyi@seameo.org. The assessment will be given in the final session.

Objectives

The objectives of Happy & Easy Learning Chinese training program are as follows:

  1. To enhance cultural understanding between SEAMEO member countries and China.
  2. To develop basic skills and knowledge of Chinese language to the participants.

At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  1. Use Pin Yin to read Chinese.
  2. Greet in Chinese.
  3. Shopping in Chinese.
  4. Introduce themselves in Chinese.
  5. Make simple conversation in Chinese.
  6. Understand a part of traditional Chinese culture.

Who can apply:

High School or Vocational college students and teachers from the 11 SEAMEO Member Countries, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam, are the targeted participants of this programme.

How to apply:

To join in the training, the participants should register through the following Online Registration.

Click here!

No registration/training fee is required.

Requirements

The participants are strongly recommended to possess a laptop/notebook/smart phone completed or well connected with a webcam, mouse, external microphone and headset/earphone.

The device must be readily installed with Cisco WebEx and the participants should be well prepared 15 minutes before each session.

Training Duration

The training will be started from 9th April to 4th May, including 12 lessons. Each lesson is approximately 2hours. It will be delivered at 14:00- 16:00 Bangkok Time (GMT+7).

In the final assignment, participants are required to make up a team of two to four people. Every team is tasked to make conversation in Chinese and send a video record to the facilitators.

Training Schedule

The training will be started from 9th April to 4th May, including 12 lessons. Each lesson is approximately 2hours. It will be delivered at 14:00- 16:00 Bangkok Time (GMT+7).

In the final assignment, participants are required to make up a team of two to four people. Every team is tasked to make conversation in Chinese and send a video record to the facilitators.

Time Class Activities Facilitator WebEx Meeting room
5th Apr.
14:00-15:00
WebEx Tutorial Wang Yi Meeting number: 571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

1st Week: Topic-“Pin Yin”

Time Class Activities Facilitator WebEx Meeting room Materials
9th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Introduction to the training
2) Introduction to Pin Yin
3) Pin Yin: a o e i u ü b p f m d t n l g k h j q x r z c s zh ch sh
4) Song: Pin Yin
Cao Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
https://youtu.be/j2d3-DgsKMU

10th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Review
2) Pin Yin: er ia ua uo ie üe ai uai ei uei ao iao
Wang Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
https://youtu.be/n0Qt3PUIZmE

11th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Review
2) Pin Yin: ou iou an ian uan üan en in un ün ang iang uang eng ing ueng ong iong w y
Wang Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
https://youtu.be/Mpb0hGFPyRw

 

2nd Week: Topic-“Greeting”

Time Class Activities Facilitator WebEx Meeting room Materials
18th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Review Pin Yin
2) Greeting vocabulary
3) Greeting conversation
Cao Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
https://youtu.be/uUupjvdnBEM

19th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Review greeting
2) Name vocabulary
3) Name conversation
Cao Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
CLICK

20th Apr.
14:00-16:00
Culture: Life in China
1) Life style in China
2) Interesting phenomenon
Cao Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
https://youtu.be/5ijA72ZfKq4

 

3rd Week: Topic-“Number”

Time Class Activities Facilitator WebEx Meeting room Materials
23rd Apr.
14:00-16:00
Culture: Traditional Chinese Festival
1)The different kinds of Chinese Festival
2)The story of Chinese Festival
3) Song: Happy New Year
Wang Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9

Slide:
http://bit.ly/SEAMEOChineseCourseMaterials

Video:
https://youtu.be/hd_j7KpXZLo

25th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Number vocabulary
2) Number conversation
Wang Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9
Video:
CLICK
27st Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Review number
2) shopping vocabulary
3) shopping conversation
Cao Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9
Video:
CLICK

 

4th Week: Topic-“Nationality”

Time Class Activities Facilitator WebEx Meeting room Materials
30th Apr.
14:00-16:00
1) Review shopping
2) Age vocabulary
3) Age conversation
Cao Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9
Video:
CLICK
2nd May
14:00-16:00
1) Review age
2) Nationality vocabulary
3) Nationality conversation
Wang Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9
Video:
CLICK
4th May
14:00-16:00
Culture: Traditional Chinese Food
1) Different kinds of Chinese Food
2) The process of making dumplings
Wang Yi Meeting number:
571 658 847
Meeting password: 1234
Meeting link: 
https://goo.gl/QNPjN9
Video:
CLICK
Before 18th May Submission Assignment Email via: caoyi@seameo.org
Total teaching hours: 24 hours

Certification

Students who submit the final projects will receive “Certificate of Completion”. The winners will receive “Certificate of recognition. The Certificates will be signed by SEAMEO Secretariat Director, Dr Gatot Hari Priowirjanto.

The result will be posted on the website on 18th May.

Criteria

The overall academic results will be examined as follows:

Criterion Credit in percentage
Attendance and Class Performance 60%
Assignment 40%
Total 100%

Facilitator

Cao Yi
Master degree from University of Sheffield, UK
An officer of Guizhou Medical University,
Guizhou, China
Recently a volunteer at SEAMEO Secretariat,
Bangkok, Thailand
caoyi@seameo.org

Wang Yi
Master degree from Guizhou University, China
An officer of Guizhou University of
Finance and Economics, Guizhou, China
Recently a volunteer at SEAMEO Secretariat,
Bangkok, Thailand
wangyi@seameo.org

Rules and Conditions

  1. Participant who is unable to attend the class need to email the facilitator ahead of time.
  2. ALL the participants are required to show active participation towards in-class practice.
  3. Only the participants who passed the criteria will receive the Certificate of Participation

Timeline

Online Registration 19th March – 3rd April
WebEx Tutorial 5th April
Training Session 9th April – 4th May
Submission of Assessment 18th May
Announcement of Winner 30th May

 

Download:  the concept note for more information on the programme.

List of Participants

 Previous Session Details

1.Background

With the aim of providing opportunities for Primary school students in Southeast Asia to apply and improve their English communication skills in day to day life, SEAMEO Secretariat under the leadership of DR. Gatot Hari Priowirjanto has initiated “One Million Voices: Practice makes you Perfect” an online platform for Primary students to practice their spoken English and Primary English teachers in Southeast Asia to share, discuss and learn innovative teaching techniques from peer teachers to promote the usage of English among the students of Southeast Asia

This programme is launched as the second round of the programme called “1 Million Students: Storytelling & Debate”.

Objectives

  • Encourage students to see English just as another language of expression
  • Promote the use of English throughout Southeast Asia
  • Guiding students to use modern technology to learn English

 

2.Who can join?

Primary English teachers and students of Grade/ Year 5 to 6 in 11 Southeast Asian countries, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam, are able to join the programme.

Only a maximum number of 6-10 students from each school are allowed to join the programme

 

3.To join the programme
  • Only 25 schools will be able to take part in the programme. Registrants will be entertained on first come first serve basis.
  • The participating school has to be a part of the SEAMEO Schools’ Network. If your school is not a part of the SEAMEO Schools’ Network, please use this link to get registered
    http://bit.ly/SEAMEO_School_Network
  • Registration is free for both, the programme and SEAMEO Schools’ Network

 

4.Prizes
  1. Training programme
    1. Certificate of Participation” for the students who participates
    2. “Certificate of Completion” for the English Teacher
  2. Competition
    1. The winning schools will be eligible for a certificate as well the following monitory prizes :
      • 1st Prize:    300USD
      • 2nd Prize:   200USD
      • 3rd Prize:    100USD
    2. The English teachers will be writing a summary about the programme. They are to present ideas to improve the project. The teacher of the outstanding project will receive a “Certificate of Appreciation”.
    3. Every student who participates in the speech competition will receive a “Certificate of Participation”.

 

5. Timeline

There will be two phases for this programme.

  1. Training Programme
    • This is an online Training Programme for the Primary school teachers instructing English in Southeast Asia
    • There are two activities in the training programme
      • The training sessions for teachers
      • Student presentations
  2. Competition
    The English Speech Competition is the last part of the One Million Voices Programme to encourage the usage of English among Primary students of Southeast Asia. The Speech competition will be scheduled on 20 December 2017.

    Only two to three students from each school are allowed to participate in the competition. Each student who participates in the competition will be doing a speech on different topics

    There will 5 members in the judging committee.
    1. Academic teacher or the section head – They will evaluate the students from other schools
    2. 4 judges from SEAMEO Secretariat

Please note that if the participating schools are less than 5, SEAMEO Secretariat will not proceed with the competition

Tentative timeline of the Programme

Week Date Activity Participants
1 1 December 2017
13.00-14.00 (1-2 pm)
WebEx Tutorial
  • English Teacher
  • IT Teacher
WebEx tutorial for the coordinating teacher/class teacher or the English teacher of the participating school
1 December 2017
15.00-16.30 (3-4.30 pm)
Orientation  
The coordinating teacher/class teacher or the English teacher of the participating school will join a short online briefing about the programme.
  • English Teacher
  • IT Teacher
2 6 December 2017
14.00-16.00 (2-4 pm)
Go Live  
2-3 students from each school will join this session and will do a live speech about a topic for 3-5 minutes.

Expected Outcome:
To have insight into the strengths and weaknesses of students in using spoken English
  • English Teacher
  • 3 students from each school
Discussion  
12 December 2017
14.00-16.00 (2-4 pm)
An online discussion with the English teachers and the facilitator. The teachers will evaluate the level of the primary students of Southeast Asia based on the previous session. The weaknesses and strengths of the students will be discussed in this session.

Expected Outcome:

To come up with pedagogies and techniques to minimize students’ weaknesses
  • English teacher
3 13 December 2017
14.00-16.00 (2-4 pm)
Training and discussion  
The facilitator will do a presentation for the teachers about commonly found Grammar errors among the students of South East Asia and will give some tips and tricks on how to avoid them. There will be an open discussion among the teachers for the last 30 minutes of the session. The teachers are welcomed to make suggestions to improve the English communication level of students
  • English Teacher
 
19 December Record and Play  
2-3 students who did not take part in the previous session will join this session. The teachers will record the students before the session and during the session the videos will be played for the audience by the teacher.
  • English Teacher
  • IT Teacher
  • 3 students from each school
Expected Outcome:
To gain knowledge about the outside factors that may influence the English communication skills of the students
 
4  20 December 2017
14.00-16.00 (2-4 pm)
Impromptu Speech Competition  
2-3 students, who did not participate in the previous sessions, will join the competition. However during this session students will be given random topics that were pre-discussed with the teachers. The students will be given 2-5 minutes to talk about the given topic.
  • English Teacher
  • 3 students from each school
 
Expected Outcome: Select three winning schools Judges The teachers are to invite the Academic teacher or the section head to be a part of the judging committee. 4 other judges from SEAMEO Secretariat will also join this session. The judges will evaluate the students and will announce the winning school
  • Academic teacher/ Section head
  • SEAMEO Secretariat judges
  • The students are to talk about the topics only for 2-5 minutes. The duration of their speech must not be more than 5 minutes

 

6. Contact

Ms Piyapa Su-angavatin
Coordinator
SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: + 662 391 0144 I Fax: + 662 381 2587
Email: schoolnetwork@seameo.org (cc: piyapa@seameo.org)

Ms Hasanthi Wijayawantha
Project Facilitator
SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Email: hasanthi@seameo.org

 

7. Additional Information

Information about 1 Million Students: Storytelling & Debate Programme
http://bit.ly/1MillionStudents

 

Announcement of Winners

Congratulations to the winners of The Free Online Training “SEA AND ME”
You can view all “SEA AND ME Presentations and activities” developed by 8 teams from the Southeast Asian Countries. View the Instructor’s BLOG for all presentations and activities from participating schools of programme:
http://www.seasiaandme.wordpress.com

 

1st Winner

  School:  Quezon National High School
Address:  M.L. Tagarao Street, Barangya Ilayang Iyam,
Lucena, 4301 Quezon Province, Philippines
Country:  Philippines
Team: Team C
Teacher:  Mr.Ramonito O. Elumbaring
Students:
1)  Rachel Ivy Reyes
2) Denz Alfred Sanchez
3)  Naomi Ellaga
4) Lawrence Soria
5) Angelique Ibones
6) Fate Jervylaine Liu
7) Raphael Mutuc
8) Kurt Nathaniel Baligod
9) Janrose Gabrielle Bele
10) Xchaina Amo
  ... Video Presentation

 

2nd Winner

  School:  Southville 5A National High School – SHS
Address: Southville 5A, Langkiwa, Biñan City, Laguna,
Biñan City, Philippines 4024.
Country:  Philippines
Team: Team D
Teacher: Mr.Jerico F. Balmes
Students:
1)  Jessel De La Cruz
2) Baldomino Ednalyn
3) John Cedrick Ellazo
4) Camille Cala-or
5) Jon Marvin Zinampan
6)Joanna Marie Bermas
7) Samuel Bonita
8) Jenny Rose Katienza
9) Evelyn Banzuelo
10) Phillippee Alex Guzman
  ... Video Presentation

3rd Winner

  School:  SMK Dato Jaafar
Address: Jalan Yahya Aldatar,
Johor Bahru  80100 Johor Bauru,Johor Malaysia.
Country:  Malaysia
Team: Team B
Teacher: Mr. Navinder Kaur Dhiraj
Students: 1)  Nur Asyikin Binti Zainal
2) Nurhidayah Asyikin BintiI Yudding
3) Amirah Hanani Binti Nor Shah
4) NurliliI Binti Hatta
5) Intan Farazuieen Binti MD
  ... Video Presentation

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List of Registered Schools
COUNTRY SCHOOL NAME
INDONESIA Aslis Wirda Hayati
Bhakti Samudera Vocational School
MI NURUL HUDA YAMADA
SD Negeri 13 Kapalo Koto
SD Ngentak
Sekolah Citra Kasih Ambon
SMA Negeri 3 Painan
SMK Negeri 1 Nglegok
SMKN 5 BANJARMASIN INDONESIA
SMKN 6 MAKASSAR
SMP N 7 Bojonegoro
SMP Satu Atap Negeri 4 Pangururan
SMPT BAKTI BANGSA KOTA BANDUNG
SUHARDIANA
MALAYSIA Dato Jaafar Secondary School
SK Taman Suria, Johor Bahru
SMA Al-Falah
PHILIPPINES Diffun National High School
Dona aurora national high school
Doña Aurora National High School
General Flaviano Yengko Senior High School
Mamuyao Elementary School
Novaliches High School
Quezon National High School
South Hill School, Inc.
Southville 5A National High School-SHS
UPPER BONGOL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
THAILAND Rakmae School
Samutprakan
VIETNAM Hoang Van Thu

 

TRAINING MATERIALS AND TRAINING SESSIONS

(1 December 2017 - 8 January 2018)

Participants can access and download the training materials and training sessions below:

  1. Check the programme blog for timely announcements, updates, and complete information:
    http://www.seasiaandme.wordpress.com

  2. Check the training session schedule below
    DATE

    TIME

    NAME OF SESSION

    1 December 2017 (Friday) 1300-1400 WebEx Tutorial (One Million Voices & SEA and ME)
    4 December 2017 (Monday) 1500-1600 SEA and ME (Programme Orientation)
    6 December 2017 (Wednesday) 1500-1400 Discussion on Cultural Diversity
    15 December 2017 (Friday) 1330-1630 Cultural Presentations
    18 December 2017 (Monday) 1300-1400 Discussion on Cultural Awareness
    8 January 2018 (Monday) 1400-1630 Cultural Comparisons

  3. Please check this table for the information on all meeting sessions:
    DATE TIME NAME OF SESSION SESSION NUMBER SESSION PASSWORD MEETING LINK
    15 December 2017 (Friday) 1330-1630 Cultural Presentations 571 034 258 1234

    Click

    18 December 2017 (Monday) 1300-1400 Discussion on Cultural Awareness 581 955 110 1234

    Click

    8 January 2018 (Monday) 1400-1630 Cultural Comparisons 589 905 187 1234

    Click

    or using this link:
    http://www.seasiaandme.wordpress.com/programme-schedule

  4. Please check the table below for the presentations and the links to the video recording for each session
    Session # Content Training Material Training Schedule Video Link
    0 Programme Orientation Programme Orientation PDF Monday
    4 December 2017
    15:00-16:00 Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
    Click
    1 Cultural Diversity: How am I unique? Cultural Diversity PDF Wednesday
    6 December 2017
    15:00-16:00
    Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
    Click
    2 Cultural Presentations No material Friday
    15 December 2017
    1330-1630
    Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
    to follow
    3 Cultural Awareness: How are we different/alike? to follow Monday
    18 December 2017
    1300-1400 Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
    to follow
    4 Cultural Comparisons No material Monday
    8 January 2018
    1400-1630
    Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
    to follow

 

 

“SEA AND ME” Programme Details

Background

The Southeast Asian region has been growing more and more visible in the global arena. With its many accomplishments, both as a whole and as a collective force, it has become the Asian model of success for regional cooperation and integration. With this kind of region developing at a fast pace, this now sets hope for further means of cooperation.

However, not everyone in the region has the same hopes. In fact, the very state of being a member of an international community is not felt much beyond the national level. Especially for the younger students, those who comprise our education sector, who only learn about different cultures at the surface level.

Efforts have been made, of course, to have a better integration of a multicultural world into the education system. This would be especially important and vital to the Southeast Asian region, wherein regional cooperation is just starting but already has high hopes for the future. To educate the younger generation - that is, our future leaders and future decision-makers - is a good way to start the foundation of a multicultural worldview.

“SEA and Me” is a program aimed to address this lapse in the education on Southeast Asian cultures, especially in the cultural aspect. It is a five-part series of sessions where participants from all over the Southeast Asian region participate in culture sharing. This program hopes to give the impression to students that, while seemingly different, we have more similarities to other cultures than differences.

 

Who Can Apply to Join?

Primary, secondary, and vocational secondary-students and teachers from the 11 SEAMEO Member Countries, mainly Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam, are encouraged to join.

Students and teachers from the same schools will be grouped to form a team. Only one team per school will be accepted.

Rules for Registration

  • Interested teachers should complete the registration form before the deadline: http://bit.ly/SEAANDME. Deadline for registration is on 29 November 2017, 11:59:59 PM Bangkok Time (GMT+7).
  • Students will be registered by the teachers after the Programme Orientation on a separate registration form. Further details will be sent in a follow-up e-mail.
  • A maximum of 25 teams will be accepted into the programme. Acceptance will be on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Only one team per school will be accepted.Each team will have a maximum number of twelve (12) members – ten (10) students and two (2) teachers.
  • It is imperative that active e-mail addresses and phone numbersbe registered by the participants.

 

Required Equipments

Personal computer

  • System requirement: Already installed Cisco WebEx extension on browser
    • Cisco WebEx is the platform we’ll be using for the online series. If you are not yet familiar with it, don’t worry! SEAMES will be hosting a WebEx tutorial session before the programme proper

 

Expected Outcome

Each team is expected to deliver two presentations about their culture depending on the topic.

Topic #1 - Cultural Diversity: How am I unique?


Figure 1 Taken from https://www.angkorvoice.com/articles/155

 

Each group will be tasked to give a creative live show/video/powerpoint presentation (5 minutes maximum) showcasing the uniqueness of their own culture, with different themes, including but not limited to:

  • Food
  • Traditional clothes
  • Traditional games
  • Traditional songs/dances

Topic #2 - Cultural Awareness: How are we different/alike?


Figure 2 Taken from http://www.qitepinmath.org/our-news/addressing-21st-century-challenges-digital-literacy-for-mathematics-teaching-and-learning-in-southeast-asia

Each team will be paired up with another team from another country. They will be tasked to compare and contrast their own cultures with the other team, and take note of the similarities and differences. This will be in a video format which will be presented during another live session. They will explore several themes, which include but are not limited to:

    • Traditional values
    • Traditional practices
    • Religion
    • Language and writing
    • Mythology
    • Superstitions

 

Awards

The school with the best overall performance in terms of their presentation will be awarded with a cash prize, as follows:

First Prize - 300 USD
Second Prize - 200 USD
Third Prize - 100 USD

The criteria are as follows:    

Criterion Percentage
Attendance 25%
Assignment #1 30%
Assignment #2 30%
Creativity 15%
TOTAL 100%

 

Certificate of Completion

Participants will be awarded a certificate of completion upon review of the submitted presentations at the end of the program.

 

Training Sessions and Content

The program will be held within the course of a month, from 1 December 2017 to 17 January 2018.

Total Hours

  • Total discussion/briefing series would range from a minimum of two hours to a maximum of 6 hours. This is subject to change depending on the number of participants.

Content:   

  • SESSION 1 - Cultural Diversity: How am I unique?
    • Themes to explore: food, traditional games, traditional songs, traditional instruments, clothes, etc.
  • SESSION 2 - Cultural Awareness: How are we different/alike?
    • Themes to explore: values, practices, religion, language, etc.

 

Training Schedule

Session Date Activity Participants
0 Friday,
1 December 2017
1300-1500 Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
WebEx Tutorial Teachers
1 Monday, 4 December 2017, 1500-1600 Bangkok Time (GMT+7) Programme Orientation Teachers
2 Wednesday,,
6 December 2017
1500-1600 Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
Short discussion on Cultural Diversity and briefing on Assignment #1 Teachers
3 Friday,
15 December 2017
1400-1530 Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
Presentation of teams on Assignment #1, Release of Evaluation Forms #1 Teachers and students
4 Monday,
18 December 2017
1300-1400 Bangkok Time (GMT +7)
Discussion on Cultural Awareness, Brief on Assignment #2 Teachers
5 Monday,
8 January 2018
1300-1400 Bangkok Time (GMT+7)
Presentation of Assignment #2, Release of Evaluation Forms #2 Teachers and students

 

Facilitator

...

Ms Keishia Tabing
SEAMEO Secretariat
Bangkok, Thailand
keishia@seameo.org

 

Timeline

Date Activity
21-29 November 2017 Registration Period
30 November 2017 Announcement of Participants
1 December 2017 WebEx Tutorial
4 December 2017 Programme Orientation
6 December 2017 Brief on Session 1, Assignment #1
15 December 2017 Presentation on Assignment #1, Release of Evaluation Forms
17 December 2017 Submission of Evaluation Forms #1
18 December 2017 Brief on Session 2, Assignment #2
8 January 2018 Presentation of Assignment #2, Release of Evaluation Forms
10 January 2018 Submission of Evaluation Forms
15 January 2018 Announcement of Winners
17 January 2018 Release of E-Certificates

 

General Rules and Conditions

  • Participant teams who are unable to attend the sessions need to email the instructor ahead of time.
  • For emergency/unprecedented absences, participant teams need to e-mail the facilitator within 24 hours after the session.
  • Missed sessions will be recorded for re-viewing and for those who missed the live sessions.
  • Participants who will be using videos to present (especially in the first session) need to email the video at most 1 day before the scheduled session.

 

Contact Details

For additional information on the lecture series, or any other concerns about the programme, please contact:

Ms Piyapa Su-angavatin
Coordinator
SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Tel: +662 391 0144 | Fax: +662 381 2587
Email: schoolnetwork@seameo.org

Ms Keishia Tabing
Project Facilitator
SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand
Email: keishia@seameo.org