Sherwin Williams – Summer 2018

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  • #10322

    WebMaestrex
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    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class:
    Day of Class:
    Time of Class:
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    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module:
    How Many Learners:
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =

    Total Score:

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):

    #10336

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class: 7/18/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Review Day
    How Many Learners: 1
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    Since it’s the last day of the spring term and we have a break for 2 weeks, I prepared some fun game like activities mostly related to vocabulary, to review what we’ve learned the past few months. I also prepped a little mini lesson about the American Dream’ since right now there’s so much going on surrounding this idea of America being a safe place for immigrants and refugees- as we all know, it is currently quite the opposite. Regardless, in this class, it was just 1 learner and as we were getting started, she mentioned that she needs to practice more English at home, specifically reading and writing. I asked her if she has internet and a computer and since she does, I told her about using sites like youtube to practice with. She seemed super interested and intrigued and since she uses youtube, I told her I’d give her a little tutorial on how to use it for practicing English. In doing this we came across 2 channels (one of them I’ve seen before) that she thinks will be very helpful. We practiced some writing with this one:
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=damien+zellers+esl
    And then some listening and pronunciation with this one (I really like Rachels English- she’s pretty funny and she’s good!)
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=rachel%27s+english

    We spent the whole class doing this and she left very happy to have discovered this new tool!

    #10337

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class: 7/18/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 2:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Review Day
    How Many Learners: 7
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Fun class before a 2 week break! We practiced a dialogue about the heatwave we’ve been having.. I had learners dictate the first 3 lines and then after practicing those, everyone had to come up with their own answer to the question on the 3rd line (person B) which was “What have you been doing to stay cool?” I gave them a model answer of “I’ve been taking lots of cold showers” and then helped them each write their sentences correctly. We then put the whole dialogue together in a round robin activity. We ended with a version of 20 questions. I laid out several objects/images of vocabulary from our last two ‘units’ on Famous Places and Vacation/travel. First we reviewed names of things and places and then I modeled the activity. It took a few tries for everyone to get it but once we got it going, it was super fun! And great grammar practice particularly with using ‘to be’ in the question form. Everyone got the chance to pick the object/place and we ended right on time :)

    #10370

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:Busy as a Bee
    Date of Class: 8/8/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Bees!
    How Many Learners: 1
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): I started to plan a class about local flora but then got inspired to focus solely on Bees, mostly because certain bees are vanishing at an astonishing rate and it’s an important topic. Just J came today and she had a lot to say about bees. We started with the title of todays lesson and she said she had never heard the expression. So we explored that a bit and then I asked the question “have you ever been stung by a bee”? J told me all about a time she got stung by a bunch of wasps when she was a little girl. It was quite an interesting story so I turned that into an LEA activity which was just totally rad. That took up most of the class but we did get to squeeze in a cloze activity about vanishing bees. We talked a bit about why they are so important to us, and plants we can keep around to help save them. Great class!

    #10371

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:Busy as a Bee
    Date of Class: 8/8/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class:2:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Bees!
    How Many Learners: 3
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Only 3 learners today but because it was a smaller group, we got some great focused practice in. We started with the title of todays lesson and since these learners had also never heard the expression, and also seemed to like it, I had them come up with sentences of their own. They did pretty good! And I did a short version of LEA during this activity as well. I think I need to incorporate this activity more often :)
    Next we learned about the different kinds of honeybees (Queens, drones, and workers), talked about what bees do in general, and what they do for us.They were very surprised to hear how important bees are to our food chain and we all found it interesting that the only job of the drone bee is to mate with the queen- once that happens, the bee dies off! I also found out that in Laos, they eat the “baby bees” as one learner said. I didn’t understand at first but then after some googling, I found out that basically beekeepers don’t exist; instead, ‘hunters’ brave the climb (and stings) to go snag beehives for the honey. Since they get the whole hive, there are usually larvae (baby bees ;) inside the combs which are somewhat of a delicacy because of the danger of the job…there was a bit more discussion about this and it was so interesting! With just 10 minutes left we were able to squeeze in the cloze activity about vanishing bees. This group also seemed super interested in the topic so I look forward to returning to it next week :)

    #10380

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:The Bees Knees
    Date of Class: 8/15/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Bees!
    How Many Learners: 1
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Class started with the title of todays lesson and she we practiced few sentences with the expression ‘It’s the Bees Knees’- this led us to the origin of the expression which led to the topic of pollination. I had a diagram to show how bees pollinate flowers so we talked about that a bit. The learner commented that she didn’t learn about this in her country and she was happy to know that bees play such an important role in our food chain. At first she thought it was only bees that pollinate so we cleared that up as well. We talked about honey and its benefits, and also natural remedies for bee stings. We ended with a dictation that included 6 things we can do in our yards/gardens to help save the bees. Great class :)

    #10381

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:The Bees Knees
    Date of Class: 8/15/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 2:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Bees!
    How Many Learners: 5
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific): Similar to group 1, class started with the title of todays lesson and she we practiced few sentences with the expression ‘It’s the Bees Knees’. This led to the short discussion about the origin of the expression which led to the topic of pollination. I had a diagram to show how bees pollinate flowers so we talked about that a bit. We looked at a word cloud about bees, talked about honey and its benefits, and also natural remedies for bee stings. We practiced dialogue about getting stung by bees and then talked about the difference between wasps and bees. We ended with the dictation that included 6 things we can do in our yards/gardens to help save the bees. Most learners didn’t know how important bees are, and admitted that they try to kill them when they are in their yard. So my hope is that after today, they will not only stop killing them, but implement practices to help save them! :)

    #10400

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class: 8/22/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga & Meditation
    How Many Learners: 2
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    I have been wanting to do a module on yoga foreverrrr now and the time has come- I have been doing yoga on and off for the past 12 years and the inspiration to start a yoga themed class came to me yesterday after I finally took a class in almost 2 months(!!) Life just got in the way but I needed it so bad and since I felt like million bucks after the class I decided it’s time to spread the word to my learners about the joy of yoga. ( I didn’t assume that none of them practice yoga but I had a pretty good guess that this wasn’t the case). Anywho, I didn’t have a ton of time to plan so I printed off a few things and decided to just start with the very basics. The first learner was 15 minutes late today and the 2nd, closer to 30 mins. So, we didn’t get very far at all. In fact, since the weather (smoke from fires) has been hard to ignore, I decided to just start with a little dialogue about that. That led into some other discussions about what we’ve been doing to stay cool which led into a discussion about what our daily routines are, which led into a discussion about Autism. Crazy how it works like that! But I’m all about going with the flow (like yoga! ;) in class and so we rolled with it. We only had a few minutes to talk yoga- and I guessed right, neither of these 2 learners have ever taken a class. One said she wants to but is scared. They are very interested in learning more so we will delve right in next week!

    #10401

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class: 8/22/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga & Meditation
    How Many Learners: 2
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    I have been wanting to do a module on yoga foreverrrr now and the time has come- I have been doing yoga on and off for the past 12 years and the inspiration to start a yoga themed class came to me yesterday after I finally took a class in almost 2 months(!!) Life just got in the way but I needed it so bad and since I felt like million bucks after the class I decided it’s time to spread the word to my learners about the joy of yoga. ( I didn’t assume that none of them practice yoga but I had a pretty good guess that this wasn’t the case). Anywho, I didn’t have a ton of time to plan so I printed off a few things and decided to just start with the very basics. The first learner was 15 minutes late today and the 2nd, closer to 30 mins. So, we didn’t get very far at all. In fact, since the weather (smoke from fires) has been hard to ignore, I decided to just start with a little dialogue about that. That led into some other discussions about what we’ve been doing to stay cool which led into a discussion about what our daily routines are, which led into a discussion about Autism. Crazy how it works like that! But I’m all about going with the flow (like yoga! ;) in class and so we rolled with it. We only had a few minutes to talk yoga- and I guessed right, neither of these 2 learners have ever taken a class. One said she wants to but is scared. They are very interested in learning more so we will delve right in next week!

    #10402

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title:
    Date of Class: 8/22/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 2:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga & Meditation
    How Many Learners: 6
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    Great class with a lot of speaking practice! Like I did in the first class, we started with a dialogue about the smokey hot weather and talked about our feeling regarding the dreadful month of August. That led into a short discussion about the hurricane that is about to (maybe) hit Hawaii and also the earthquake in Venezuela and the one that happened this morning off the coast of Southern Oregon. We talked about earthquake insurance and some of them didn’t know that it existed. They all said they are going to look into it, especially the ones who are homeowners. We then began to explore the theme of the day and to my surprise, all except one learner do in fact practice yoga in some way! I learned that only 1 learner goes to yoga classes and the rest do it at home with some sort of instructional video.. We mostly practiced asking basic eachother questions about the topic (do you do yoga, how often, do you go to classes, etc..)- lots of good grammar and speaking practice here. We had a little time to do a doc search with a bunch of different images of poses with their corresponding Sanskrit and English names. This topic is definitely a hit! I look forward to exploring it with them over the next few weeks :)

    #10413

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title: Yoga is good for the mind, body and soul
    Date of Class: 8/29/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga & Meditation
    How Many Learners: 2
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    We started with the title, then practiced some questions about our personal relationship to yoga. We found poses on a document search, went over body vocabulary and some short phrases heard in yoga like ‘inhale slowly, spread your fingers, place your feet parallel, etc.. We then watched a short video that had instructions for 3 basic yoga poses. One learner asked about a stretch for the neck pain she is having so I showed her one and we practiced that and also some breathing techniques. It was pretty rad :)

    #10414

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title: Yoga is good for the mind, body and soul
    Date of Class: 8/29/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 2:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga & Meditation
    How Many Learners: 6
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    We started with the title, then talked a bit about what the meaning of ‘soul’ is. It was a bit complex but I think we got it! We reviewed questions from last week (without looking at notes!) and then practiced some new questions about our personal relationship to yoga. We did the yoga pose document search and during this some of them were getting up on their own and modeling the poses! It was great! I also did a fun activity where I described the pose and they had to figure out which one it was. They did good! We went over body vocabulary and the short phrases heard in yoga mentioned above. We didn’t watch the video yet, but spent more time talking about the history of yoga before we ran out of time. More yoga fun next week!

    #10437

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title: A pain in the neck
    Date of Class: 9/5/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga
    How Many Learners: 2
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    We started with the title, which I chose because a few learners have mentioned neck pain. I found it fitting to practice this expression within this topic of discussion. After this – via dictation/round robin, we practiced talking about where we have pain or discomfort in our bodies, what the cause might be, and what we do for relief. I brought to their attention that while of course it’s great to stretch our body, strengthening exercises are just as important. They wanted to know how to strengthen their arm muscles so we talked about lifting light weights (cans of food will work at home), doing push-ups on the knees, and plank pose (They loved that I could model all these things for them! ;)
    Next we reviewed parts of body and learned some new words very specific to yoga/fitness like pelvis, abdominal muscles, inner thighs, glutes, etc.. Lastly, we learned the names -by looking at images- of some of the more common yoga poses. I modeled a few poses for them as well, and one learner took a picture of the images so she can practice at home this week.

    #10438

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title: A pain in the neck
    Date of Class: 9/5/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 2:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: Yoga
    How Many Learners: 4
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    We started with the title, and then practiced talking about where we have pain or discomfort in our bodies, what the cause might be, and what we do for relief. Similar to class #1, I brought to their attention that while of course it’s great to stretch our body, strengthening exercises are just as important.*I did not model my plank pose for this group ;)
    We also reviewed parts of body and learned the new words very specific to yoga/fitness like pelvis, abdominal muscles, inner thighs, glutes, etc.. We learned the names -by looking at images- of some of the more common yoga poses. Using the images, we did a listening activity where I described the pose and they had to point to the image. They did good! I wanted to reverse that and have them do the describing but we wouldn’t have had time so we ended with a quick discussion about the connection of mind, body and soul. They all seem to have a good grasp on this concept, and we talked about things we do that fulfill these parts of our being :)

    #10455

    Brooke Stady
    Keymaster

    Lesson Title: Never Forget
    Date of Class: 9/12/18
    Day of Class: Wed
    Time of Class: 12:30 pm
    MC:Brooke
    DJ:
    Assistants/Shadowers/Auditioner:
    Module: 9/11>Yoga
    How Many Learners: 2
    Materials Status (loyalty cards, alphabet sheets, etc):

    Self Evaluation

    Preparation: Forgot to Show Up (1) vs. Every Hair In Place (10) =5
    Technique: Completely Incompetent (1) vs. Flawless Delivery (10) =6
    Engagement: Snoring Loudly (1) vs. Absolutely Riveted (10) =6
    Connection: Open Hostility (1) vs. Kumbayah (10) =6
    Poise: Charlie Brown (1) vs. Prince (10) =6
    Reflection: “It was ok.” (1) vs. Life-changing Epiphany (10) =6

    Total Score: 35

    What happened (as short or as long as you like, but be specific):
    I planned a class that would start with talking a bit about 9/11 then finish with the topic of the month, yoga. I didn’t think any learners were coming but then at 1:20 (class ends at 1:50), 2 showed up together. One was new! She is a Vietnamese speaker and just started working at Sherwin about a month ago. She is at a very beginner level- her comprehension of the language is decent, her writing is pretty good but her speaking/pronunciation and grammar are at a low-beginner level. So we really just spend the 30 minutes practicing some very basic getting to know you questions. I had a very hard time understanding her but think even in that short time she got a lot from the class and I have a feeling will be back next week.

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