MULTICULTURAL VISIT AT BARNET SCHOOL -- Lyndon Institute students Tereza Prokopova, at left, and Adele Janku, from the Czech Republic, talk to students about their country during a recent visit to Barnet School. Thirteen students from Lyndon Institute's International Students and World Languages Division, with Division head Sandra Mings Lamar, visited the school to share stories, games and information about their various cultures. The International students hale from Rwanda, Spain, China, Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic and Italy. The students visited with the elementary students in grades one through four. Students from Spain and Rwanda talked about the importance of soccer in their culture and led friendly games in the gym. The students from China taught a Chinese childhood game of tag called the Eagle and the Chicks. The students from Italy, Germany and the Czech Republic presented information about their countries and answered questions.
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