How Far Away is Chile Anyway??

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Stars, Stripes, and little bit of Swing

The 4th of July has come and gone. You'd think that, in Chile, absolutely no one would care about the 4th because it's not their country. Right? Well, I still got a party for the 4th. Get a load of this. So, I walked into the institute in the morning like it was just another... Continue Reading →

Speaking Spinese

I'm still catching up on these blogs. Don't judge me. So last week has come and gone, so this post is going to be a quick overview it featuring the highlights. Vamos, chicos. As you know, I hang out in Valpo all day and don't get home until late. So, the other day I walked... Continue Reading →

Noah, It’s Time to Build the Ark.

I know I haven't blogged in awhile... I'm building the suspense...Yeah, that's it... Ok, so let's start with last weekend. On Saturday morning, I had morning classes at the institute. Saturday morning classes are for little kids and high schoolers. My firat class was with kids (around 12 years old) and the second one was... Continue Reading →

The Sludge

It's been a good first week at the institute. I expected to hate the schedule, but it actually works out really well. I get a huge time gap in the middle of the day to go explore (and try as many coffee shops as I can). Plus, I get Friday afternoon off as well. So,... Continue Reading →

Wait…What?

For my second day at the institute, I was in upper level English classes all day. I spent my morning in a class with a teacher named Elizabeth. Elizabeth is from California, but her husband is Chilean. She's lived in Chile for the past three years and has taught English at a couple different places... Continue Reading →

Celebrity Status

I started my English teaching adventure on Tuesday at an English language institute in Valparaiso. The institute teaches English to adults, so no little kids. I get thrown into different English classes every day and am honestly treated like a celebrity. Everyone wants to have me in their class and whenever I'm in a class... Continue Reading →

If You Like Books, I Like You.

My classes at PUCV have come to a close, so the second half of my program begins. The second half of my program is service learning. So, I'll be helping in classes at an English language institute from here on out. On Monday we had orientation for our different service learning locations. The institute I... Continue Reading →

Banana Hunting

So, this week has been filled with a lot of work and not a lot of sleep. I had a 4 page paper due Monday, a 2 page paper due Wednesday, a presentation today, and I have a 4 page paper due tomorrow. Ugh. This is the last week of classes, so I guess I'll... Continue Reading →

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