Student Journal Entries

Graduate students

“This week, I learned a lot. Our class likes a game. This style of class is never seen in our class. So it is interesting to us. Through this teaching, the knowledge is impressed by us deeply. Besides, our relationship of each other is better than the beginning. But I know, learning English is more depend on ourselves. The teacher just like a guide. The most we should do by ourselves. So after class we should do lots of English learning.”

“I learned this English saying: When you were born, you were crying and everyone around you was smiling. Live your life so when you die, you are smiling and everyone around you is crying.”

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4 Responses to Student Journal Entries

  1. daschmelzer says:

    Hi Ruth – glad everything seems to be going ok with you in China. Glad you have this opportunity…such a rich culture I am guessing with lots of history. Just wanted to say “hello”. Saw you have this blog going and I’ll check in to see how life is going. Am guessing they have Facebook blocked in China, eh? Cheers. David.

  2. paula abraham says:

    Are those your legs with the fish feasting?

  3. Mary Beth says:

    Hi Ruth, Here in South Bend it is a windy, warm, lovely, fall night. School is going well, life is going well, also. Tomorrow night is book club and we are reading a book based in New Orleans. I am baking New Orleans recipes and inviting the group into our new house. It may be picked up and it may be clean or we may just eat good food in the house the way it is.

    I love reading your sharings. I think of you often.

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