Thursday, April 28, 2011
Beautiful Afternoon at EL MALECON, Santo Domingo, D.R.
Great Sunset at EL MALECON
Last Tuesday, I was teaching my IDI-023 class a lesson on the weather. When explaining what a rain season was, I decided to stop and speak to them in Spanish about the fact that I used to experience rain seasons when I was a child. After I asked my students about the reasons why rain seasons dissappeared in many areas in our country, many of them started to contribute with their reasons. Among all the interesting things my students said, something called everybody's attention. Leidy told us that when she and her classmate, Evelyn were walking along EL MALECON, they say a small beach. They felt terrible because the beach was full of garbage. Later, I proposed them to do something for our environment by cleaning that beach. Fifteen of them accepted and we made arrangements to get together next Monday, first hour in the morning, to go and clean that beach and have lunch together. In fact, last Wednesday, April 27th, 2011 was our university's Green Day. I am sure the cleaning of the beach will be a wonderful green adventure, which constitutes our initiative to support this good cause.
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Barry, Gretchen, Jen, Karen, and Nelsy visited my classes at the CURNE. The first four people came from New Hampshire and Nelsy is my fellow at UASD (She just retired). In this picture, they share with my Special Didactics for EFL I class
Here, we have the whole group, except Barry, the photographer.
They are Jose, Sonia, Belarminio, Jen, Renier, Karen, Juan, Gretchen, Nelsy, and me.
Karen and Jen share with my Introduction to Englishs Literature class
Jen and Karen just loved the essays published in the Bulletin Board by the English Compositon class
Prof. Nelsy Aldebot, me, Barry and Gretchen Draper at Cueva de las Maravillas
Sunday, April 17, 2011
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Here, there are some pictures from one of the Public Readings of Compositions
In the Second Public Reading of Compositions, I do not remember the date, Marileydi de Leon was the Master of Ceremony and Dr. Meg Petersen, from New Hampshire, gave a Mini-Conference on writing..
Jordy sang in English and the audience enjoyed.
A priest accompanied his friend, Jordy with his guitar and also sang for us.
Lissette García reading her composition. She is finishing her career this semester.
Angel Padilla read, too.
Sorry for the people whose photos were not posted. I just wanted to give a little taste of what happened that wonderful afternoon.