Villa Bejar Cuernavaca
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... exhibition we visited which was by a Mexican artist in the 60s all about 'The American Way of Life', but we also found a sculpture of a crocodile with a mans face very entertaining. After our cultural afternoon we wandered around the stalls surrounding the central plaza and then headed back to the hostel to do some packing before dinner. It was our last night together so we decided to go for a nice ...
... English language and helping Baruch with the pronunciation of some sounds in English, with some Mexican culture and language mixed in. I really find conversations about English interesting because foreigners have such a different knowledge of the English language. I know things in English because they sound right because I obviously learned everything naturally. Foreigners point out confusing aspects of the language, or details that are hard for them. ...
... it was right at the second break so we only had half of Spanish which was okay by most of us! Mallory and I gave Paquita her flowers and she was so surprised and loved that we bought them for her. We each got big hugs from her and I could just feel the love from her! We only had a test to do today, but she didn't call it that. She called it a questionnaire and we ended up doing it all together. It was so bittersweet to leave our classroom today knowing I wasn't ...
... Cuernavaca for 14 years. She also seems very nice and very helpful! Right now I am still leaning towards student teaching in Green Bay but I still have a whole semester to decide. One thing I know for sure, Discovery School is one of the best schools, education and resource wise, that I have seen in Mexico or Wisconsin. I am so happy I have been given the opportunity to experience Discovery and see how the school works first ...
... the process of making the sugar cane was interesting. I also enjoyed getting to taste the fresh warm sugar.
After the factory, we went to a village where many of the workers lived. This village was really tiny and it was not in the best of conditions. We walked through it and there were clothes hanging everywhere, kids walking around with no shoes on, and dogs and cats just laying wherever ...