Franklin Global SpellEvent in Chile: Nine Schools & Fifty Students! Who Are They?

Champion Spellers from around the world in New York City

We’re back.

“Yes, we’re back in Santiago, Chile, and it’s March, 2011.”

Is there going to be a SpellEvent in Chile?

“Yes, it will be the second one. Last year was the first one.”

When is the Franklin Global SpellEvent going to be, and where?

“It will be on Saturday, May 14, at Universidad Alberto Hurtado (Metro Los Héroes) Erasmo Escala 1822, in the Auditorium.”

What time?

Last year, the students came at 8:00 a.m. to register, got their participant number, and got their instructions. Then the SpellEvent started at 9:00 a.m.

How many participants will there be?

“50 students from 9 schools”.

Students learning spelling words - growing their vocabulary knowledge.

Who are the schools?

The schools are:

1. Colegio Santa María de Maipú
2. Colegio Los Nogales
3. Complejo Educacional Alberto Widmer
4. Liceo Internado Nacional Barros Arana
5. Colegio Inglés Saint John de Rancagua
6. Liceo Bicentenario de Excelencia Cordillera
7. Colegio San Francisco Javier de Huechuraba
8. Colegio Del Valle
9. Escuela 137 Republica Alemania

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It’s gonna be great. The kids are already learning all the words on the Practice Word List. Good luck to all the kids!

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About profesorbaker

Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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