Coral Guardian

Interview with Imaculada, our English teacher

Coral Guardian Published by Coral Guardian | Published on 27 March 2019

Hi Imaculada! Can you present yourself briefly?

Hi! I am Imaculada T.M.K. Hane. I am from Indonesia- flores. I live in Labuan-Bajo and I am an English teacher for the children in Labuan-Bajo.
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How did you hear about Coral Guardian in the first place?
I heard that Coral Guardian was very helpful to people in Seraya island. It is special for the fishermen.
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Why did you decide to learn English?
I learned English because it’s very helpful and very important for my future.
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.Do you think children on your island enjoy learning English?
Yes, I think that the children so enjoy learning English. Why? Because they are always on time and very active during the teaching learning process.
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How old are the children you teach? 
They are 7- 14 years old.
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Why do you think it is important for children to learn English on your island?

Because Labuan-Bajo is one of the world tourism destinations.
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How do you teach the children?
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I prepare material that is suitable for their age. Ex: vocabulary, sentences and basic English.

And I teach them by using pictures, singing, writing on the whiteboard and texts.

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.What does the ocean mean to you?
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The ocean is a place that is very beneficial to human life and nature.
And there is a lot of wealth in it, such as fish, coral reefs and plants.
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 What is your favourite colour of fish and of coral?
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The favourite colour of fish that I like are: red grouper and red snapper. And for coral, I like the blue and the red one.
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Thank you Imaculada for answering these questions and for all your hard work 🙂

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