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Jaye Lee

Jaye Lee

Mistakes are unavoidable during the process of learning, and they show us how we can better ourselves.

Jaye Lee graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a BA in Linguistics. Her studies focused on the structure, grammar and sounds of English, Mandarin and Cantonese, along with first and second language acquisition.

Qualifications

  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong – BA Linguistics

Student Work

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Jaye – Creativity

Recently I have read a post on students’ creative answers to teachers’ questions. They are really brilliant and I have quoted some of them as below. Enjoy! History: What ended in 1896? Expected answer: First Italo-Ethiopian War Student’s answer: 1895 Science: What is the strongest force on earth? Expected answer: Nuclear force Student’s answer: Love Science: The first cells on earth were… Read More

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Jaye – Celebration

When do you celebrate? After getting a high mark in an exam? Or winning a prize in a competition? At a festival? On your birthday? Most people celebrate when something good happens in their life. However, have you ever celebrated something unpleasant, or celebrated even when nothing special happened? A few years ago, I came across a saying from an Indian Zen master, “To me,… Read More

Teacher Diaries: Ms. Jaye – Treasures

When I was writing on this topic, I tried to think of the things that I treasured. Then one question came to my mind: ‘Is there anything that isn’t worth treasuring?’ We have always been told that we have to treasure our family, friends, health, lovers, etc. The reason is obvious – all these can give us what we want, such as pleasure and support. Read More