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... shared that the students and their family often have to move around a lot due to work. It seems as if the students here are more invested in their learning because they appreciate it more. I was impressed by how well behaved even the young Kindergardeners were. They were all siting quietly on their chairs as they took exams. This week is exam week so each day the students will take an exam in a different subject. The school has students from age 3 all the way up to 13. I ...
... relationships with the friendly Grade 9 girls. Learning to teach involves asking a lot of questions, stumbling over Spanish, asking more questions, using my translate app to translate words to piece together to make a sentence. It involves thinking on the spot, translation errors, adapting plans. Learning to teach involves greeting kids, hugging and fist pounds. It involves giving and receiving lots of love!! Elizabeth ...
... I went back, followed an old lady with her two granddaughters out the side door towards the left, a little off the plaza. I got out!! I guess if I was to be locked in anywhere, being locked in a Church would be nice. We were in another Church this morning, the El Camino Church led by Fey, one of the leaders in the TEARS Center. As we have talked to Fey, we have gotten a sense of his passion for outreach in the community, gathering the Church ...
... their vehicle in the middle of the lane. Luckily, both Moreno and Obed were up for the added challenge, and delivered us back to the centre safely and in time for dinner.
For our last activity of the evening, we drove to the local ice cream shop in La Vega, and explored the main square across from the shop. The square was full of people of all ages, and there was a live band playing music in the middle. When the ...
... more-or-less penis-shaped
landform that just about 50 miles eastward into the Caribbean from the
Dominican Republic’s northeastern coast. Samana is a popular tourist
destination but different from the southeast in the sense of having more
smaller boutique hotels in several small towns that attract a mellower crowd of
mostly French and Italian independent travelers rather than large all-inclusive
I found a private room in a hostel in Samana ...