Sunday, October 9, 2011
FOUTH PUBLIC READING OF COMPOSITIONS AT THE CURNE, SAN FRANCISCO DE MACORIS, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
EARLY IN DECEMBER, 2010, THE ENGLISH COMPOSITION CLASS READ THEIR ESSAYS IN FRONT OF AN AUDIENCE WHO SPEAKS THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. KNOWLEDGE AND MUSIC WERE SHARED DURING THIS SPECIAL EVENT.
This is the scenery the presenters prepared for the IV PUBLIC READING OF COMPOSITIONS in the College Hall.
This is Professor Manuel Batista. We have appointed him to share his great talent as our official Master of Ceremony. His words were full of wisdom and fun.
Sonia Díaz, a lawyer and English teacher, reads her essay. Guess what! She found out and wrote about prisoners in the Justice Palace in San Francisco de Macorís. No wonder, she really loves her first career, laws.
The audience enjoyed very important information about Duarte Park in San Francisco de Macorís delivered by José Nuñez. This is the most important park in the city.
Students from the English Teaching career and other guests constituted the audience who shared that wonderful afternoon.
From left to right, José Stalin, Juan Burgos, Sonia Díaz, Mr. Encarnación, Renier Gil, Paulino Rodriguez, and José Nuñez were the writers who read their essays in the IV PUBLIC READING OF COMPOSITIONS.