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So we're sitting at the gate, waiting for the plane to arrive so we can board, and we watched as our departure time kept getting pushed farther and farther back. Then we hear over the intercom, "Your flight to Atlanta has been cancelled due to mechanical problems." Whoops! There was only one flight left out of Atlanta to Guatemala City, the one we were scheduled to be on, ...
Hi girls, I am afraid to tell you but your father is an "offender"!!! We got pulled over on the way to Greensboro!! It was hilarious!! We thought the police car wanted to get past us to get to an emergency as his lights were flashing, then we realised he was chasing us!! Your dad was doing 73 in a 60 zone and he has been fined 148 dollars, luckily he wasn't sent straight to jail!! Pic attached!! The sheriff was a ...
... to apply to the federal government for permission to travel outside of the capital city, so if I am able to explore that will be wonderful, but no guarantees.
Not to be discouraged, I worked out a plan B. My amazing, wonderful fellow Spanish teacher from Greensboro Day School, Ayesha Swinton, agreed to come with me to Africa! Now everything feels much safer- two women out in the world without a concrete plan is ...
... to work at a school that strongly supports continued learning and recognizes the deep value that interaction with other cultures holds. As a non-native Spanish speaker, regular periods of immersion in Spanish are exponentially beneficial in maintaining my fluency in the language. During this journey to Equatorial Guinea and Spain, I will be practicing and maintaining that fluency as well as gaining unique cultural knowledge that will benefit my Spanish students for years to ...
... by my coworker Stacy Calfo.
Spanish Immersion "Off the Beaten Path"
Posted 11/19/2013 02:24PM
School Spanish teacher Morgan Sharp was chosen as the recipient of the
2014 Brooks Sabbatical. She will spend her summer in Equatorial Guinea
immersing herself in the cultural and linguistic practices of this small
Spanish speaking nation.
"Equatorial Guinea is counted amongst the Spanish ...