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TESMUN XIX – The English School Model of United Nations

We want to communicate to the Rochesterian Community the successes in the participation of our high school students in external Model United Nations. On April 20, 21, 22 and 23, 6 High School students: Matías Miraballes 8th, Federico Acosta 8th, Alejandro Alcalá 9th, Camilo Páez 9th, María Paula García 10th and Pablo De León 10th participated in the English School Model United Nations TESMUN XIX.

After an arduous model, with a high level of competition, our students managed not only to learn, but also to strengthen their argumentation, debate and public speaking skills, as well as having fun while participating in an event that involved extra work and free time. The results have been excellent for all of them and the feedback for our school has been wonderful. Pablo De Leon did a magnificent job being the leader of the group and his accompaniment has been exemplary to our students, also as President of the Jumanji Committee. Matías, Federico, Alejandro, María Paula and Camilo gave their best, and their participation in their respective committees was recognized by colleagues from the English School and other schools.

They received the following specific recognitions: Second Outstanding Second Delegate Supreme Court Committee: María Paula García.

Best Cyberstate Agency Committee Delegate: Camilo Páez.

Ad Effectum Vivendi Committee Honorable Mention: Alejandro Alcalá.

This shows their commitment to their learning process.

Milena Caballero Gonzalez Social Science Curriculum Coordinator 4th-12th

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Queremos comunicarle a la Comunidad Rochesteriana los éxitos en las participaciones de nuestros estudiantes de Bachillerato en Modelos de Naciones Unidas externos. Los días 20, 21, 22 y 23 de abril, 6 estudiantes de Bachillerato Alto: Matías Miraballes 8º, Federico Acosta 8º, Alejandro Alcalá 9º, Camilo Páez 9º, María Paula García 10º y Pablo De León 10º participaron en el Modelo de Naciones Unidas del English School TESMUN XIX.

Después de un arduo modelo, con alto nivel de competencia, nuestros estudiantes lograron no solo aprender, sino fortalecer sus habilidades de argumentación, debate y oratoria, asimismo divertirse al participar en un evento que implicó trabajo extra y sesión de su tiempo libre. Los resultados han sido excelentes para todos ellos y la retroalimentación para nuestro Colegio ha sido maravillosa. Pablo De León realizó un magnífico trabajo siendo el líder del grupo y su acompañamiento ha sido ejemplar a nuestros estudiantes, asimismo como Presidente del Comité Jumanji. Matías, Federico, Alejandro, María Paula y Camilo dieron lo mejor de sí mismos, y su participación en sus respectivos comités fue reconocida por colegas del English School y de otros colegios.

Recibieron los siguientes reconocimientos específicos: Segunda Delegada Sobresaliente Comité Corte Suprema de Justicia: María Paula García.

Mejor Delegado de Comité Cyberstate Agency: Camilo Páez.

Mención de Honor Comité Ad Effectum Vivendi: Alejandro Alcalá.

Esto es muestra de su compromiso con su proceso de aprendizaje.

Milena Caballero González
Social Science Curriculum Coordinator 4th-12th

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