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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 ...
... We are saying we want someone tall, rich, and handsome," she giggles (I guess "dark" is a moot point in China).
As I listen to them chatter and laugh, I'm reminded of early episodes of the Big Bang Theory, so I start to describe the program to them.
"Oh, yes!" say's Claudia. "We watch that show. Sheldon is very funny."
(Turns out some of my students are also Big Bang ...
... seat between Mia and Claudia, I realized I hadn't experienced that much silly fun on Hallowe'en for a very long time. What would be my fondest memory? Our dinner together? The karaoke warbling? The goofy shots with wax celebs?
I recalled a comment that Eric made on my first Saturday in Changsha when he and Aaron came to my hotel room to get my computer up and ...
If I am honest, Halloween has never truly been my favorite holiday. Partly because I never went trick or treating when I was little and partly because I find the notion of it uncomfortable knocking on a random persons door asking for sweets. So you would think that by moving to China, I might escape Halloween for the year, how wrong I was.
One thing I will say about Halloween however is that is a good excuse for an easy lesson for myself. I would not ...
... each other up the steps towards us. Finally, the tallest of the bunch came a little closer and said to me, "Hello. What - is - your - name?"
I introduced myself and Walter, and asked for the boy's name. Then I said, "How old are you?"
The boy paused, and his forehead furrowed slightly as he accessed his elementary school English lessons. "I am - ten - years old."