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... up in the lecture hall, absorbing the words of their teachers. We couldn't find out how long the lectures lasted, but I'm inclined to think the concept "mini-lesson" hadn't been invented yet.
One of the reasons that Walter and I were invited to deliver the Teaching in English program here in Changsha was to introduce the professors to alternatives to the lecture method. The vice-president of ...
... of the English language teachers told me that It plays here with Chinese subtitles (can you imagine the complexity of that interpreter's job?))
Once the grad students have exhausted their quest for love conversation, we finish dinner, and head out of the mall towards the river. There is a fireworks display in Changsha every Saturday during the summer and fall, and tonight is the final show ...
... then, well before we really knew each other, we chatted amiably. When they were ready to leave, Eric said, "I liked talking to you. It was a good chance to...." He paused and searched for the words.
"Practise your English?" Aaron offered.
"No," Eric said. "Make a connection. That's important, I think."
... kept cheating on musical chairs dancing just above them. Bu it didn't matter. The kids enjoyed themselves, we enjoyed ourselves. It was like being back at disco kids when I was there age and planet rolled into one made circus.
After this we made our way to join up with our friends to join in the fun and games. And so as I result, I have been writing this blog with a sore head so I will say my goodbyes now.
Until next time,
From Your Stupid Boy,
... conversation produced shrieks of laughter from the little leader's friends. After this short exchange, the group decided it had experienced enough bravery for one day, and toppled back down the stairs and onto the sidewalk, looking back at us as they disappeared around the corner.
Several days later, Aaron and Mia, two of our grad student guides, were touring us through downtown ...