Posted by: Pepe de Murcia | December 10, 2009

Buenas noticias/Good news


(English version below)

Hoy en día (204)

Orilla del Oravica, Montañas Eslovacas

Llevo algún tiempo detrás de esto, pero no quería contarlo hasta tener el contrato firmado. Definitivamente voy a dar clases de español en un proyecto europeo a nivel universitario, así que hoy he estado en el rectorado de la universidad de Ruzomberok de papeleos. Al final voy a dar clases a una sola alumna y no en la universidad sino en su escuela primaria en un pueblecito de la zona, porque se trata de enseñar lenguas extranjeras a maestros de primaria. No sé cómo saldrá, pero la verdad es que me hace ilusión volver a dar ELE a adultos, después de año y pico disfrutando de la literatura con mis alumnos adolescentes (y sus hormonas). Por supuesto seguiré con mis clases normales en el instituto bilingüe, pero ahora tengo algo para romper la rutina.

Nowadays (204)

Oravica Riverside, Slovakian Mountains

I’ve been some time after this, but I didn’t want to tell it until I had the contract signed. It’s now official that I’m teaching Spanish lessons through a European program at university level, so today I’ve been at Ruzomberok university office dealing with papers. Finally I will teach only one student and not at the university but at her primary school in one of the villages in this area, since the program is about teaching foreign languages to elementary teachers. I don’t know how will it go, but I’m actually looking forward to teach SSL to adults again, after one year and a half enjoying literature with my teenage studentents (and their hormones). Of course I will keep on teaching at the bilingual high school, but now I have something to break the routine.

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  1. The only thing better than late teenagers are the early ones! I spent a good time yesterday speaking with my 13 year old cousin on the rules of middle school love. 🙂


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