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... effectively. If I liked a kid, I was more likely to go easy on him/her. I might grade them a bit easier, or accept an assignment late when I normally wouldn't. Their attention might drift away in class and I would ignore it. And what eventually happened was the student would leave my class without proper preparation for the next level. That was my failure as a teacher, all because I let liking them get in the way. So now I don't do that. I ...
... change and out for some dinner. It is amazing the number of people out and about dining late at night. Saturday morning we caught a cab to the White House to start our day. Huge crowds with some lucky enough to be able to go inside for a tour, but us not being in the know had to wander around the outside taking our photos. We then got on a hop on hop off bus and went to Arlington National Cemetery. We spent several hours in the hot conditions wandering around the massive grounds and ...
... DC. We're on the train back to New York for another 4 nights before we head back to Oz. Time flys hey! Mike is in a depressive state, and keeps saying how the trip has definitely gone too quickly, like I'm hiding 10 days from him in my luggage or something! Oh well. All good things must come to an end. And we need to get back to real life I guess. Earn some of the money we've just spent back (or Mike will anyway ;) ) All our love, M&M ...
... students and students on their way to Morocco to study Arabic. They often combine CLS programs for orientation. All day Monday we had orientation. In the morning we had some sessions altogether and then we split up into our respective programs.
I think the highlight for me of the whole orientation was the first morning session on Monday. First the President of American Councils, Dan Davidson, talked to us for a bit, giving us some tips and then ...
I also decided to wash my clothes since I had slept in them the night before. They still aren't dry yet, but I'm hoping they will be by the morning. Cross your fingers for me.
I took a short nap in the room (and posted my graduation blog entry) before venturing out into the city around 2 PM. I knew I wanted to go to the International Spy Museum and the Museum of Crime and Punishment, so I looked up the directions before I left. ...