Monday, September 1, 2008

It's over!

I finished my ESL training on Friday. After presenting final projects, our group tossed a ball of ribbon around and talked about our favorite moments, as sort of a closure.

I always used to scoff at those brochures that try to make a place look multi-cultural, with the token white, black, hispanic, and asian students. But this is a real representation right here:

Some of the countries represented below include Rwanda, Congo, Turkey, and Russia (oops, I mean the U.S.!):

Here are students reading their collection of stories that was published as a final project. There are some amazing pieces of writing in there!

These are our students who came to "free class" for our practice teaching. The three Turkish ladies, plus a girl from Congo! I have to admit, it was often hard to understand them, but we had a lot of fun!

My certificate's "in the mail." :)

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations! Sounds like a great experience!


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