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... bags and now I'm 31 days into the trip! It's crazy how quick time is passing by, but I am loving every moment of it. I've been given the opportunity of a ...
... sun, the tricolours of the Italian flag painted on the rim of the arena. Today, we were on rather empty grounds, the same will not be said tomorrow.
Our visit on the 15th was to visit the J Museum and attend a stadium tour. The structure for visiting the museum and taking the tour was very different from what we experienced at Camp Nou, which was liberal to say the least- they basically gave you the ticket, let you run free as long as you stayed ...
... case. Today was definitely a challenge. Apparently "sit down" and "be quiet" doesn't mean anything. Throughout the entire period students kept talking and walking all over the place for no reason. Among the chatting were racial comments ...
... university. Basically the student decides their profession at age 13! Also, sorry America, sports isn't a thing here. Being good at a sport will not give you a free pass into a university nor will it get you anywhere (unless you a playing professionally). Grades are based on written AND oral testing. The student ...
... which our orientation was held.
At the end of the orientation, the teachers all went separate ways to towns and "villages" throughout the Piemonte region. My home for the next few months is Trofarello, a village of about 11,000 people located 30 minutes outside of Torino. Here I will be teaching English in a scuola media, or middle school. My host family consist of my mother, ...
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