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Jim and Chris (Nokia contacts) invited us to the Christmas Party for their English Language School. My assigned jobs included telling the story of baby Jesus and carving the turkey. I played balloon volleyball and helped students decorate a paper … Continue reading
It’s been snowing all day today. This is the view out my back apartment window. I wish I had a fireplace! It’s impossible to stay warm because of the drafty windows.
“Time flies quickly. What makes me unhappy was that I’ll finish oral English class in which I maked new friends and laughed happily. Miss Ruth is a good teacher. She knows our weaknesses and helped us a lot though sometimes … Continue reading
At the invitation of a student, I attended a talent show at the student center last night. The performers were juniors in the medical science department. They performed for the other medical science undergrads. As you can see from the … Continue reading
This week, students generated descriptive words and then groups exchanged lists. Only after each group wrote a story using the words did I tell them to act it out. This group wrote a story about a man proposing to a … Continue reading
Three students from my Sunday English class wanted to take a “class trip.” We had lunch together and then took a walking trip around the West Lake. The day couldn’t have been more beautiful, 65 degrees and sunny. The tower … Continue reading
Friday, December 3 57 degrees and sunny