ESL celebrations in class, part 1

Today both of my ESL classes had celebrations, and around 50 students got certificates for completing their level.  It was a happy day for everybody.

Below is my morning class, ESL Beginning (“Level 1”).  We will have our final day with certificates tomorrow.

Below is my afternoon ESL class, Intermediate Low (“Level 3”).

My students brought a lot of great food.

As you can see, all my students are extremely good-looking.

These five ladies gave a lot to the class.  Shirani, far left, made a delicious Shri Lankan dessert, basically a kind of crepe with coconut & honey.  To our right of her is Margarita, who was the first person in the door every day, and is one of the sweetest ladies on earth.  To our right of Margarita (in the middle) is Trang, who also came early and often brought me delicious Vietnamese eggrolls.  On Trang’s shoulder is Sandra, who helped a lot in organizing the party, and whose husband is in a very good rock band called Blonde Goblin.  Far right is Ester, from Chile, a nurse.

Here is my whole “Level 3” class.  See?  Every one of my students is exceptionally beautiful.

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About John Mears

I teach English, take photographs, play guitar, write, do yoga, meditate, hike, play computer games, and love (and try to serve) humanity. If anything here touches you, let me know! Leave a comment! Subscribe! Enjoy! If you like the photos, you might like the greeting cards we will be selling soon!
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One Response to ESL celebrations in class, part 1

  1. Maryam Oj says:

    You are the best teacher in the world , I will miss your class 🙂

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