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Good day to all our blog followers on this beautiful 1st of September 2015. Jim is writing this as Jayne is recuperating from Malaria – more about that later. We are in the midst of the month-long break from our teaching duties. Third trimester will begin September 14th. As of now, we are scheduled to teach three classes, Level 5.1 English and Business English, along with the possibility of Level 4 English if registration demands adding a ...
In fact, in sharing this with our language tutor, Koro, she also requested more information. Koro is showing continued interest in understanding more about the Bible and how to apply what she is learning. Even though there is a good amount of fetishism and superstition mixed in with Islam here in Mali, Koro is openly indicating that she does not want to believe in it. Please pray for the student, Diadie (ja-jee), and for Koro, that the Holy Spirit would lead ...
... Our first week focused on getting to know them, their interest and goals for Business English, and the topics of most interest to them. This week, we concentrated on Presenting Yourself and next week we will be tackling Business Planning. We were VERY pleased with how engaged the class this week. We are really challenging them and they seem to be responding to the challenge well.
Our topic for this week’s Business Café ...
... do their bidding, one bloke had to change his tee shirt, because he didn’t like it, how petty can you get
I had to take down my last 2 previous entries because of the situation here, (we haven’t seen anything, here) but it’s just a security precaution, we have to maintain a low profile while we are in Mali, but as soon as we get out of here and get the internet, I shall repost them
I went out for a meal the other night, it ...
Into town to the museum, a lot of the
old carvings were pretty scary, almost witchcraft stuff. As well as
the statues they also had some archaeological remains, although not
many, and lots of different patterned cloth and types of cloth that
dated from the 12th century up until now. Leaving there we
went to one of the smaller markets, that said it still went on and
on. It was a bit grotty with lots of ...