Hi, recently, I found out my twin nieces were having trouble in their French class. From what I understand, their introduction to French was less than stellar and their lack of interest in learning it is even more alarming. As an ESOL instructor, I strive to provide an exciting and engaging classroom experience. Since I have no knowledge of French and I can't be in their classroom to help, I thought I'd bring the girls into my classroom. So, I asked one of my French speaking students to help the girls last Friday and here is what one of them had to say about their experience:
"My experience at WEE was good. I came to learn French with Zoubida. She is a student in my aunt's Level 2 ESOL class. She is from Morocco and she speaks Arabic and French. She taught me the alphabet, days of the week, and family label names. She taught me the alphabet because the English alphabet is different sounding than from the French. She was nice and she taught good. I will see her again next Thursday to learn more French." - Melena
And on that note, have a good day!
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