Monthly Archives: November 2010

End of the Term

Here we are at the final week! This is when we get to party with our students and taste delicious foods from their countries. It’s also when we get to tackle paperwork connected with testing and evaluation. Actually, there’s not … Continue reading

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David Bacon’s Photojournalism Brings Migrant Stories to Life

We know that each of our students has a story to tell—in some cases, an amazing story—of journeying to the United States and building a new life here.

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Categories: A Vocabulary Game

The end of the term is in sight. Testing and conferences are on the agenda. It’s a good time to lighten the mood with some classroom games. Here’s an easy one that can be adapted for all levels and can … Continue reading

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Latinos in the US: Their Numbers Are Growing

Check out these cool maps. If you can get past the fact that they make the Latino population look like an agglomeration of ink blots, these maps give a fascinating picture of how the United States has changed over the … Continue reading

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Reflections of a Longtime LETC Volunteer: Interview with Chris Frangione

Volunteer Chris Frangione recently took time to sit down with Ashley Lipps before his Monday evening advanced class. We thank Chris and hope that other volunteer teachers and tutors will step forward to share their experiences at Language ETC.

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