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Now better colleges and universities need to interview students and parents, but if parents'English is not good, can't communicate with the interviewer in English?
Children's English is excellent.
Can they be interpreters?
Will this affect the admission of children?
Thank you for your help!
Lanying 0 reply 10 answers Teacher Wu Experts studying abroad Hello, this parent!
After communicating with the children, the interviewer will communicate with the parents for more than ten to twenty minutes.
In the meantime, it is absolutely no problem for a child to translate for him, and he can be given extra points.
In addition, parents need to do some interview preparation with their children in advance, mainly divided into academic, activities and personality, which should reflect the way you train your children, family harmony, the advantages of the child's personality and the need for improvement, his interests, what activities have been done before, how you educate him and support him.
But be aware that you and your children should behave naturally and appropriately during the interview.
Don't let the interviewer think you are reciting the answers.
00 reply Mr.
Zhao Experts studying abroad The key is the students!
Parents do not need to speak English.
Admission officers can also feel it!
00 reply Mr.
Zhang Experts studying abroad Student translation is only the best, which is what the interviewer hopes.
00 reply Teacher Peng Experts studying abroad It doesn't matter whether parents'English is good or not.
If children can translate, it will not affect their children's admission, but will give them more marks.
00 reply Teacher Wang Experts studying abroad It won't affect.
It's also an opportunity for children to exercise, haha.
00 reply Teacher Liu Experts studying abroad Such a situation can only be a bonus.
Need to prepare in advance with the child, after all, the child has talked with the interviewer, you can also use this opportunity to clarify the things that are not clear, through the introduction of parents and answers to emphasize, while showing the child's ability.
It doesn't matter what your child's English is like.
After all, he's interviewed alone.
It's a good thing to say it better again.
00 reply Mr.
Jiang Experts studying abroad Parents'interviews, some arranged before the children's interview, some arranged after the children's interview, depending on the school situation, the time is about 20-30 minutes.
Body language should be 16 words:
good manners, strong handshake, focused eyes, and smiling face.
Interview, in fact, is a kind of communication and communication.
Therefore, when answering the interviewer's questions, you can't just answer yes, no or other two or three words.
Parents should know that the interviewer relies on questions to lead to a topiC.He hopes you can talk more about your child around this topic, so that he can understand more.
You can also use this topic to express your child's special and excellent qualities, and to guide the interviewer to topics that his or her children are good at.
In this way, it makes the whole interview more like a communication between the two sides, rather than a question-and-answer.
In addition, parents should pay attention to some of the application materials do not reflect the things.
If the child's standardization results are good and there are awards, these aspects can be reflected in the application materials, there is no need to repeat them many times.
For example, children's math is full, parents also repeatedly say that children are smart and good at math, which is not necessary.
We should talk more about children's "soft power" in limited time.
In addition, the person interviewed for you is very important.
When the admission committee is discussing, the person will usually be present.
First, the person will talk about the impression of the student's interview.
Of course, interview records are the way other teachers get to know their students.
Children's interviews are more important than parents'interviews.
Prepare your children well.
Parents just need to relax and be kinD.Of course, you should be prepared for the characteristics of your child and some important things in your growth experience.
Interviewers usually ask.
As for the questions parents ask about schools, they can ask some related questions related to the details of life, such as how to communicate between schools and parents, how to deal with schools when children encounter problems in their study or life, or how to take care of their children's special skills.
Children can translate during interviews, and schools may arrange for others to translate.
00 reply Teacher Fang Experts studying abroad Mega is not an interview parent for international students.
They just want to know more about their parents, so don't worry too much.
Let the child be a translator, I think it is possible to add points, at least reflects that the child is willing to accept challenges, regardless of how he translates, can give the admissions officer more impression.
00 reply American high school Expert 2 Experts studying abroad The child's English is good, of course, can let the child act as a translator, you can simulate in advance.
If you cooperate well, you can get extra points!
00 reply Teacher Yang Experts studying abroad Let the students translate, no problem.
It's about picking students.
Parents are an assistant, so don't make mistakes.
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|San Francisco glitters at night.
Our hotel is located in Geary Street, only two or three blocks from City Hall, so our tour in San Francisco started here.
The City Hall is also the political heart of San Francisco.
It was built in 1915 in the style of Washington's Council Hall.
It has a magnificent Baroque dome and a solemn and elegant combination of grey and gold.
The car passes the red sightseeing car.
They are sitting on the bus and sightseeing, but it also becomes a landscape in the city.
Walking along the avenue in front of the city hall, there are all these blue-gray buildings, with bronze statues standing in the small square.
Take a taxi to Signal Hill, which is an excellent place to overlook San Francisco.
On the way to Signal Hill, I also experienced San Francisco's super-high slope road for the first time.
It was a pleasure to go up and down.
I would definitely feel like riding a roller coaster in the co-driver's position.
The tower on the top of Signal Hill is open to the outside world, and it can reach the top of the tower for a few dollars.
A wall of murals.
It was a circular corridor with a 360-degree view of downtown San Francisco.
Unfortunately, the day we went up was not sunny.
A lot of coins were thrown on the table outside the glass, which reminds me of the scenes in many temples in China.
I don't know what the meaning of throwing coins here is.
The weather was foggy, and the upper half of the tall building in the distance was already in the fog.
Everything was hazy.
The houses in the street were reduced to small blocks.
It is said that the most popular location is not the seat in the car, but the position outside the car.
Imagine the feeling of running up and down the San Francisco road with your arms around the pillar of the car, half-truncated outside the car.
Jiuqu Flower Street is so famous that its eight elbows are really rare in the world.
We can't help but look at it.
The original name of Jiuquhua Street is Lombard Street.
The Jiuquhua Street is only a small section of this street.
Because the slope is too big, in order to drive safely, the road is divided into eight big angles and sharp bends with flower beds, and red bricks are laid to increase the friction of the ground.
Unexpectedly, they become famous all at once, which makes many drivers eager to try.
The road is one-way downhill with a pedestrian passage for tourists to visit.
The Flower Street in May and June is full of embroidery flowers, with colorful houses, it is very beautiful.
It's quite difficult to see a resident on Flower Street coming home and parking in the garage.
If he's a novice, he may not even be able to return home.
Standing under the Flower Street and looking up is the most celebratory angle.
There are cars and flowers in every bend.
That's the way to San Francisco, up and down.
Next stop is Palace of Fine Arts.
It was not a palace, but was built in 1915 for the Pacific Universal Exposition, which was redesigned and rebuilt to become a landscape in San Francisco today.
The huge arched roof has a temple style.
The Art Palace, together with an artificial lake and a large area of green plants, forms a beautiful park.
If you want to find a representative building in San Francisco, you have to look at the Six Sisters, which are the signboards of San Francisco architecture.
"Six Sisters" refers to six Victorian-style buildings in a row.
They have a lovely candy color, small and delicate.
This style of architecture was popular in 1860-1890.
It also has a beautiful name: Stick.
There are many delicate wood decorations in the room.
The doors, windows and railings are concave and convex.
They are exquisite and fancy.
They are like huts in the fairy tale world.
The Six Sisters are most famous because they are the only six connected Victorian buildings in San Francisco, and there are many beautiful houses in this area that are suitable for walking tours.
Finally, of course, look at San Francisco's landmark building: the Golden Gate Bridge.
It's a really annoying day.
It's neither blue sky nor fog-locked golden gate.
But the vermilion-red suspension bridge is really impressive.
It spans 1,280 meters and straddles the Golden Gate Strait, like a silent steel giant, standing guard.
The designer of the Golden Gate Bridge is Strauss, an engineer.
The two ends of the bridge are two steel towers.
The top of the tower is connected by two steel cables, 92.7 cm in diameter and 24.5 million tons in weight.
The midpoint of the cable is sagging.
A thin steel cable is used to connect the cable and the bridge body.
The two ends of the cable extend to the shore and anchor in the rock.
The bridge body is suspended in the air by the huge pulling force produced by the two cables on both sides of the bridge.
In the sea breeze blowing near the Golden Gate Bridge, we will leave the city of angels for a while, with some regrets and some miss, I was tempted by the city, acquiesced in the desire to come again.