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... They sketched their understanding of the words, and I posted the drawings in an "art gallery." When the gallery opened, they could view all the sketches and ask each other how to interpret the drawings.
Then, one day, a professor asked me two thought-provoking questions. "What is the purpose of student-centred activities? And what is my role as an instructor in a student-centred ...
... crowd of balloon hawkers, trinket salesmen and couples waltzing to music blaring from a loudspeaker.
Aaron spots an empty taxi, and we pile in. Claudia videoed the entire fireworks display, so she and I relive the show while Mia and Aaron flip through their cell phones and talk across the back seat.
"We are already planning what to do next weekend!" Mia says.
I can hardly ...
... and the evening.
Finally, and unexpectedly for me, we ended up at the entrance to a wax museum. The grad students consulted each other briefly in Chinese "Come on!" said Mia, using one of her favorite English expressions. "Let's GO!!!"
Cameras and cell phones at the ready, we started our journey through celebrity land, posing and posing again ...
... found really beautiful.
A couple of days ago, I received a message from Jess saying that one of my grade 1 students parents had invited us out for lunch. Being unable to turn down a chance of quality food being paid for by someone else, I was delighted to accept the invitation. It was a lovely meal in a hotel restaurant. Anne (the parent) brought Jerry (my student) along and it was really nice to meet a parent and here what my students tell their parents about ...
... 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."