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... enjoyed himself a nice bowl of noodles at a little stand while we sat in the cab in disbelief AND with the meter running -_-
Once we got on our way, to make the story shorter, we were about 40 minutes into the cab ride...so Drew and I kept looking around like where the heck is this guy taking us?! We were in the middle of China in some unknown town, with not a single soul who speaks English and everything looked ancient. Not to mention that our cab driver ...
... in a lunch room for the teachers. After lunch they get ready for nap and are in bed and usually asleep by 1245PM. Nap time is until 230, but I have a break from 1-2pm. I usually read a book or work on my weekly observations of the children that I must write out. After nap they wake up and have a snack and then are outside playing until 330 when their parents, but usually grandparents pick them up. I clean the classroom after ...
... me my food, who is the owner, came over to our table and asked me how the food tasted and I told him it was very delicious, I thought he was about to pull up a stool just so he could watch me finish eating my lunch haha. I got back to the hotel and found pepper skins in my shoes....HOW DOES THAT EVEN HAPPEN?!? Gives you a decent idea of how many pepper are around this city!
I can't believe that I'm actually here in China. It's gotten a lot more real ...
... high school graduates or currently in high school, making me feel extremely old. Oh well, at least I don't study 12 hours a day (by the way, how do these students go out until 12am just to wake up for a 12 hour school day?). There were some newbies at the bar, all very friendly people. Zhang Xu was running around, preparing for the party, setting the table ...
... to learn it (that mindset doesn’t really apply for middle schoolers).
I found this early on in my week. It was the Vietnam war. I was explaining how the war affected the music of the generation and I wanted to make a point that most Americans view the Vietnam war as a bad thing. I told them about the protests of the 60s and 70s. A key to keeping the class engaged was cutting out any words not necessary. I made sure they understood that the protest ...