- What is my age:
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- Warm hazel eyes
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- I like whisky
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And, without even realizing it, they are able to work on their writing skills. In one correspondence, a Japanese student writes to an Albanian student: "You did an amazing job looking at the map and describing the cities in my country.
Do you enjoy it? So, of course, I want to send the same kind of powerful letter to her, and I think carefully about what I want to say and how I want to say it.
View all posts by Elaine Sohn. There must be books of famous letters and letter writers for our students to read through.
Read our guide to using SimplyE. Letters would have to be researched carefully, even cherry-picked for accessibility. With your library card, it's easier than ever to choose from more thane-books on SimplyE, The New York Public Library's free e-reader app.
Some topics discussed include: The Breadwinnera book about a girl in Afghanistan; how difficult it is to study English; playing soccer; the trials of a difficult engineering job in this country; traveling to Mexico; watching Seinfeld ; living with a cat; and having a girlfriend! How wonderful is that? That's an amazing activity that incorporates all, including fun! Submitted by Elaine Sohn not verified on November 9, - pm. This is wonderful.
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I hope to go one day I am so happy to have a friend like you. E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Gain access to digital resources for all ages, including e-books, audiobooks, databases, and more.
Need more help? I happen to think this is a great idea -- learning about famous correspondences!!
Pen Pal writing is an amazing way for students to interact on paper. When I get a letter from her, it has the power to turn a hum-drum day into a memorable one.
Post new comment Your name. Making friends and learning at the same time. We are planning a Pen Pal Party for December, where students will meet one another for the first time! What a wonderful project! Is it easy or difficult? It is truly inspiring to see a literacy lesson rooted in the most engaging of activities I have a pen pal in Austin, TX.
We don't talk on the phone; our only connection is through our words on the .
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It would be interesting, for students who become penpals, to subsequently research and read excerpts from famous correspondences of historical figures. So I love my job very much Making new friends in NYC is always a challenge to our students, so having pen pals seemed to be a good way to begin a friendship, and it helps students develop their writing skills as well! Any suggestions? I cannot tell the details about your country I lived in Tokyo and sometimes I went to Yokahama.
Sometimes we go shopping together and sometimes she goes to church with me. Letter Writing incorporates all, including fun! Submitted by Danica Draper not verified on November 8, - am. You are lucky that you got a new job On weekends I go to work to take care of my client. What is the meaning of your name? Students at Aguilar Library's Center for Reading and Writing are getting to know other students from around the city!
How wonderful to see students so excited about this project! You have a beautiful name, too. Much more to be researched.
Unfortunately, I have never been to the other areas you discovered on the map. More than 20 pairs of pen pals look forward to their "mail," which is hand delivered by their teachers each week.
Submitted by Colette Hughes not verified on November 9, - pm. Submitted by Christine Debush not verified on November 7, - pm.
From the excerpts in this blog, I can see that the same kinds of feelings are happening between the pen pals at Aguilar and City Tech. Submitted by Colette Hughes not verified on November 9, - am.
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