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Joel Ford commented on Shea Reeder's blog post Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)
"Thanks Shea! Just checked out your great photos. Definitely recognise a few faces :) No, don't think we have any repeat participants this year. Will have to come check out your library one of these days. Have a great week!"
Oct 11, 2010
Shea Reeder commented on Shea Reeder's blog post Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)
"Good luck Joel! Do you have any students participating this year that did WP with me last year? Hope you have fun, and take lots of pictures. :) I just got our pics posted today. You'll surely recognize a few faces..."
Oct 11, 2010
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Oct 11, 2010
Joel Ford commented on Shea Reeder's blog post Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)
"Yes, and that other school in Vietnam would be us, American International School in Ho Chi Minh City :) Our students are very excited about taking part in the competition today and then reading the other schools' contributions later in the day.…"
Oct 11, 2010
WP Central commented on Shea Reeder's blog post Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)
"Hi Laura, no the school you are following on from is a different school in Vietnam ;0)"
Oct 8, 2010
Laura Taylor commented on Shea Reeder's blog post Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)
"Think we are following on from you on Monday!!! Good luck and looking forward to reading your second paragraphs!"
Oct 7, 2010
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Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)

Everything went smoothly yesterday at The American School of Vietnam! We had our entire grades 7 and 8 participate (all 13 of them!) and I think they did a fantastic job of getting all of thestories started. Even though we werefirst to write on Wednesday, because of our time zone it was 2:30 in theafternoon, the last hour of the day.Although we are a brand new school, myself and one of our grade 8 students participated in Write Path last year at a different school, so it was nice to have some…See More
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Shea Reeder commented on WP Central's blog post 6th October - Melvin Burgess
"Written by Diwa, Max and Jack from The American School of Vietnam Sandra clumsily ambled out of the store and promenaded down the concrete sidewalk, the child’s scream resonating in her head, her mind whirring like clockwork—what was…"
Oct 6, 2010
Shea Reeder commented on WP Central's blog post 6th October - Andrew Fusek Peters
"Written by Tracy and May from The American School of Vietnam Now…It suddenly felt so dangerous. She knocked on the door and an echo was heard. It sent a chill down her spine. She was scared yet curious. She laid down on her bed, trying to…"
Oct 6, 2010
Shea Reeder commented on WP Central's blog post 6th October - David Gatward
"Written by Weyshan and Sally from The American School of Vietnam She stepped inside and saw the old woman sat on the wheel chair. The old woman asked Ellie that, “Did you come over to babysit me?” “Who are you and why you know…"
Oct 6, 2010
Shea Reeder commented on WP Central's blog post 6th October - Cathy Cassidy
"Written Weyshin and Khanh from The American School of Vietnam Then I remembered that there was a science fair coming up next Friday. Right at that moment, I had an idea. If I could get us to be in a group and become friends with him, maybe he would…"
Oct 6, 2010
Shea Reeder commented on WP Central's blog post 6th October - Jenna Burtenshaw
"Written by Mary and Keith The man was wearing a mask and had crimson red eyes. He hid himself so well that Will thought he was a part of a tall oak tree. Will blinked. The man seemed closer now. His eyes were still flaming, like if he wanted…"
Oct 6, 2010
Shea Reeder commented on WP Central's blog post 6th October - Lucy Coats
"Written by Mithi and Duy from The American School of Vietnam Kierun’s head snapped up, and he soon found himself face-to-face with a withered old man, cloaked head to toe. “What does it matter to you?” he says, a jeer in his…"
Oct 6, 2010
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Our experience Tuesday at AIS, Vietnam.

Everything went beautifully yesterday and the kids had a great time! We had a few wrinkles…including initially telling the kids the wrong time that they would be participating (whoops!), but it all worked out in the end. They did only have 50 minutes to write and upload because our hour fell at the end of the school day, and they had to rush off to catch their buses, but they still did a fantastic job. And we at AIS want to send a huge thank-you to Bev for putting this all together. We can’t…See More
Oct 14, 2009

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Our experience at The American School of Vietnam (6/10)

Posted on October 7, 2010 at 2:25 5 Comments

Everything went smoothly yesterday at The American School of Vietnam! We had our entire grades 7 and 8 participate (all 13 of them!) and I think they did a fantastic job of getting all of the

stories started. Even though we were

first to write on Wednesday, because of our time zone it was 2:30 in the

afternoon, the last hour of the day.



Although we are a brand new school, myself and one of our grade 8 students participated in…

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Our experience Tuesday at AIS, Vietnam.

Posted on October 14, 2009 at 1:30 0 Comments

Everything went beautifully yesterday and the kids had a great time! We had a few wrinkles…including initially telling the kids the wrong time that they would be participating (whoops!), but it all worked out in the end. They did only have 50 minutes to write and upload because our hour fell at the end of the school day, and they had to rush off to catch their buses, but they still did a fantastic job. And we at AIS want to send a huge thank-you to Bev for putting this all together. We can’t… Continue

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