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... and ready to save the World. I know the feeling since I too had it too when I graduated, but it was just as quickly shot down with reality. Within seconds of meeting her she felt comfortable enough to rip on the US by stating "no natives volunteer within Africa similar to America. No offense, but America has the second least amount of volunteers in the World. I studied it" It was slipped in with many of the other honorable but over the top, fresh out of college statements. ...
... students. So it would not be considered a totally private school, but neither is it totally public. Here this is known as a "B" grade school. Another example of British influence is for each grade they have about 3 or 4 different classes and then a department head for the whole grade. I will be teaching grade four, and there are 3 other grade four classes. These would be referred to as 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4. The ...
8th Feb The farm is 4000 hectares so even though people keep taking me around it I keep learning and seeing new things. In the morning I went round with Dirkee and we went up to a viewpoint which had amazing views of the whole farm down to the sea. Then after lunch I went around the vineyards with Piet who manages them. The different grapes require different locations and soil types etc so are planted ...
... on our faces. A few days before dinner we had given everyone a list of superlatives and we all had to vote for who we thought best fit the superlatives. I was put in charge of counting up the votes and writing the names of the winners on the medals. So at dinner, I presented everyone with their winnings. I won best planner of weekend activities and most valuable stones customer (the bar we went to every wednesday). It was great to be able to know all ...
I spent Tuesday and Wednesday at my service site. My favorite class is one of the 3rd grade classes, they are so cute and willing to play everything. The worst is the 6th graders. I learned that playing tag just gives everyone an opportunity and reason to hit one another and becomes a little violent. But I am also learning that unless they are bleeding they are fine. The kids are used to playing very roughly with one another here. Kids tend to go nuts ...
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