Monday, September 24, 2012

Teaching ESOL to grown ups

Our International students from Sri Lanka, Russia and China. The man in yellow is Jon. He is practising to teach ESOL.This photo was taken after we baked a self saucing chocolate cake.


That year, we had Korean, Hong Kong , China and New Calidonia students.George from Tonga.


Mei, Chiang from China.















Eric and Mary are pastors of Renacer Church in Co'rdoba Argentina. 



"Bokko" with a Korean student, Celine.

"Bokko" the clown came all the way from Brazil to entertain us.  The children shouted "Eu te amo." It was sad that "Bokko"aka Marcelo will be returning home, but I am sure the children will remember him for a long time.







The world is getting so easily connected by the ease in flying and the internet. It is so important to teach duality. The latest topic I taught was travelling and the students had fun learning to be polite when complaining about a faulty hotel/motel room.









5 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Wow, you are amazing! I think it is wonderful you are teaching them and learning their cultures at the same time. What a fun experience. Great post, Ann!

Fun60 said...

I imagine that's a really satisfying job as well as being fun meeting people from all around the world.

Robert Geiss said...

Wonderful !

May time and life please treat you all kind.


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EG CameraGirl said...

Sounds like a great program. Kudos to you for being a teacher.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Calling by from Our World Tuesday, an interesting post.