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Graham Noble






Graham Noble





Graham Noble拥有约克大学历史和哲学荣誉学士学位、多伦多大学教育学学士学位、巴斯大学国际教育硕士学位。他曾在广州和香港的国际学校任教英语和人文学科长达十二年。

Graham Noble

It would be hard to overstate the importance of language to our identities as humans. Language is the basis of our communication, culture, and relationships. A primary function of school is to lay the foundations of literacy and provide the interface with which students can interact with others and the world around them.

Of course, there are many languages, and each one adds nuance to the expression and celebration of human experience. And while machine translation technology has assisted in further networking our hyper-connected world, it hasn't removed our need to know languages well.  

As our world changes, the need for our students to express themselves and interact with systems and people different from themselves has become ever more important.

It's for this reason I'm very happy to be a part of Han Academy and its bilingual and bicultural approach to education. I firmly believe that all students should be fluent in more than one language, for, contrary to popular belief, English is not the language of the 21st century – bilingualism is.

Graham Noble has an Honours B.A. in History and Philosophy from York University, a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto, and an M.A. in International Education from the University of Bath. He has taught English and Humanities for more than twelve years at international schools in Guangzhou and Hong Kong.

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