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Mongolian Language Celebration of ISU

By ISU Literacy Committee
Mongolian Language Celebration of ISU

The International School of Ulaanbaatar (ISU) was established in May 1992 and is currently the only IB World School in Mongolia authorized to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12. Learning the Mongolian language is an important aspect of ISU’s vision to draw on Mongolia’s unique cultural heritage and environment in the international education of its students.
All Primary students are studying Mongolian Language and they celebrated their achievements in learning Mongolian on Friday, April 24. This annual celebration is organized by the ISU Literacy Committee in order to recognize student achievement in learning the Mongolian Language. It also provides students an opportunity to enhance their oral presentation skills as well as to boost their confidence when speaking Mongolian.
The Primary students performed in two categories: Language A for those students whose mother tongue is Mongolian – poem or short story in Mongolian; Language B for those students whose mother tongue is not Mongolian – drama production in Mongolian.
Our audience was entertained by the enthusiastic performers who knew their lines well and enjoyed their roles. The celebration of Mongolian language was a wonderful opportunity for ISU students to share the Mongolian culture, international mindedness and an awareness that they are all global citizens.

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