Grand Sun City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... discussion on motivation and engagement in higher education, which they delivered while seated at the front of the room. Many of them said that this was a group work option they hadn't considered offering to their students.
We also played a learning game called Four Corners to help them consider the advantages and disadvantages of various learning activities. In groups, they walked around the ...
... br> But before Claudia, Mia and I have the chance to move, the traffic begins to flow again. And just as suddenly, fireworks light up the sky. Claudia says, "Come on! The show is starting!"
She grabs hold of my right elbow, and Mia takes my left hand.
"No, wait," I say, "I don't think it's safe to...."
"It's OK, Pam," says Mia. "Don't be scared!"
Before I ...
... Aaron, Mia and I (without hard-working Eric, who is completing his master's thesis) caught a taxi downtown, ready to join in the fun. As with all of our nights out together, our first order of business was to find a good place for dinner (accompanying Walter and me around town gets the grad students away from the canteen monotony at the university, so they always choose ...
... to be a brilliant lesson planner so to have a topic delivered at my feet gift wrapped would be stupid to ignore. So I decided that I might as well make Halloween a big deal for my school. I found some simple mask templates on Google (pumpkins, spiders, ogres etc.) and had my students cut them out and color them in whilst they watched something Halloween related (I gave my Grade 1 students Caspar the Friendly Ghost, Grades 2 & 3 Scooby Doo and Grades 4 & 5 ...
... residents. All I have to do is smile in the direction of a toddler, and the child is urged to "Say hello! Say hello!" They never do, looking back at me with puzzled, serious eyes.
These interactions always make me think of the scene in the Alastair Sim version of A Christmas Carol, when Scrooge discovers the ghost of Christmas present sitting in his drawing room. The enormous, ...