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English Instruction In Pakistan

by Jeffrey R. Dalton Teaching abroad is a job replete with challenges. Put that job in a developing nation and make sure that every student is a second language learner of English and you have my first job as the designated librarian teaching first grade language arts in Pakistan. But if teaching is a rewarding experience, then mine must…

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Mushtaq Ahmed Selected for Board of Governors of AISS-Lahore

The American International School System (AISS) announced that Mushtaq Ahmed, a Pakistani citizen with over 35 years service in Pakistani law enforcement, was selected to the AISS Board of Governors in Pakistan. He is the first board member appointed in 2011. “AISS is clearly one of the most innovative educational systems in Pakistan today,” said Mushtaq. “I feel privileged…

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Students Go On Wildlife Excursion

Students of the American International School took a field trip to Jallo Park today. They looked for animals and birds and learned about how animals and plants live and grow. Jallo Park is a wildlife refuge and a safari park located in Lahore, Pakistan. It is one of the three wildlife refuges located in Lahore District, other two being…

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AISS Students Learn About and Celebrate Thanksgiving

American International School System students, in Lahore, Pakistan, celebrated and learned about Thanksgiving with a variety of events and projects that focused on the values of the unique American holiday, from helping those in need, to observing historical traditions established by the Pilgrims on the first Thanksgiving. A final event, The AISS Thanksgiving / Eid Milan Celebration, gave students…

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Anniversary Celebration Brings Together Faculty, Students, and Parents

More than 200 people packed the amphitheater of The American International School System on Friday to celebrate its 3rd Anniversary. Each class sang songs and had a different part to play in the celebration. Among them: 1st graders sang an American Tribute, 3rd graders acted out the Three Bears, while 7th graders performed a mime dance to Donnie McClurkin’s…

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