za chwilę koniec wakacji i znowu zasiądziecie w szkolnych ławkach. Tym razem będą to już inne ławki, inna sala, nowi nauczyciele. Nie martwcie się jednak, bo przed Wami wspaniały czas poznawania trudniejszych, ale bardzo interesujących zagadnień nauki. Postaram się, aby było także radośnie i zabawnie, bo przecież kiedyś trzeba odpocząć od szkolnych obowiązków J
Jestem zawsze do Waszej dyspozycji i proszę ,abyście śmiało o wszystko pytali i zwracali się do mnie z każdą sprawą. Zrobię wszystko, abyście czuli się dobrze w szkole i postaram się pomóc.
Pozdrawiam i do zobaczenia
będzie mi niezwykle miło uczyć i wychowywać Wasze dzieci.
Mam nadzieję, że szczególnie na początku klasy czwartej połączymy siły. To
trudny moment przejścia w nowy i inny system edukacyjny. Pojawiają się nieznani
nauczyciele, każdy z innym zakresem wymagań i osobowością. Dla absolwenta 3
klasy to często stresujący czas i dlatego zależy mi na współpracy. Jestem
otwarta na sugestie i liczę na wzajemne
wsparcie w procesie dydaktyczno-wychowawczym.
Welcome Letter Grade 4 developing
Good Day 4th Graders,
My name is Mr. Greg and I wanted to take a moment to welcome you all back to school this year. I hope everyone had an amazing summer, full of laughs and adventures and are now ready to get back to work. I look forward to hearing all of your tales when we meet on Monday.
I arrived here in Poland on the 22nd and have been blown away by the beauty of the city and school surroundings and also by the friendliness of the people I’ve met at school and in the community. I am trying to explore a little more each day and am having a good time doing it.
I’ll let you know a little about me. I grew up in Canada in a very sports minded family so I played a lot of hockey, baseball and basketball. I still play baseball today and have also taken up golf and cycling. When I’m not being physically active I love to use my spare time to travel around the country in which I live and its neighbours as well. When I need some down time and want to relax I usually grab a good book, at the moment I’m rereading the Harry Potter series, or take in a movie, I love superhero movies, the new Captain America and X-Men movies were just awesome.
I hope to share more with you over the course of the year and get to know as well. I’m excited to get the year started on Monday, I am certain it will be a great one, full of fun and learning. Take care and enjoy your last days of summer.
Welcome Letter Grade 4 foundation
Dear students and families of Mr. Stephen’s class,
I am jazzed to be your teacher this year! There is nothing that gives me greater joy than to see a student’s eyes light up because they have learned and discovered something new about themselves or their world. My goal for each of you is to help you develop your English and nurture your passion for learning. This should be easy because it will require each one of you to want this as well for yourself, and because you have chosen The International School to gain these unique experiences you must want it to happen!
I was born and educated in Minnesota, U.S.A. and except for a couple of teaching opportunities in Sneem, Ireland and Berlin, Germany, I have been teaching most of my life in Colorado, U.S.A. I have taught in bilingual schools, international baccalaureate schools, STEM schools (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), experiential education schools, and regular neighborhood schools. My approach to teaching is to empower each of you to develop habits that help you take responsibility for your learning, thus preparing you for a world beyond school.
Coming from Colorado, I love the mountains. I enjoy climbing, camping, running and skiing in these magical high places. I am also a drummer who likes to play music with other musicians. I have two young adult daughters who, along with my wife, Sarah, are the “loves of my life.” I tell you this because I am a person of commitment, and now as the school year begins, I am ready to commit to my International School students and their families.
I look forward to meeting you and providing you, with your assistance, a rich English language experience.
All the best,
Stephen Bergen 4th and 6th grade Canadian Program teacher