Friday, December 01, 2006



Who had fun at the pizza party last Friday???? I know I did! I ate so much pizza, it was amazing. After classes had started again, we found out that there was lots of pizza left over, so naturally I had to eat more. I think I must have eaten six pieces of pizza . . . and I wonder why I have been gaining weight. I think the best pizza was the Greek Pizza. It was the perfect mix of feta and mozzarella cheese. I do love pizza . . . . anyway, enough about pizza!

Today is the last day of classes before the final exams. I brought in madarin oranges, chips and juice so that we could have a snack while we were studying. It was fun. I got the mandarin oranges because they were from China, and I thought it would be nice for the student to have something from home. I tried to find things from Iran and Romania . . . but there was nothing from those counties in Safeway. Sorry Salia and Adelheid!

Anyway, I hope all the students get lots of studying done this weekend. My biggest piece of advice for them was to read ALL of the articles in their reading textbook, and their writing textbook. They should even read the articles that their teachers hadn't talked about in class. I hope everyone does this. I also suggested picking 10 new words from each chapter and memorizing them. I hope it helps . . . it can't hurt :-)

Good luck everyone!

6 comments:

salia said...

don't worry Scott. I think you brought happiness and kindness to the class that can be considered as the best thing either from
Iran or Romania.Actually, you have brought them since at the beging of the term.
Thanks for everything...

adelheid said...

That's ok! I can live with that.. :p. Anyway, thank you for being such a great teacher and for your support. :D

caleb said...

Thank you for everything... really
You're such a good teacher!

Kevin.L said...

Thanks for teaching us Scott, you are the best teacher in the world!!!( huh? seems like I copy this sentences form you lol :P)

mitra said...

scott;
I would like to wish the best for all teachers all around the world.
Thank you

mysteryviking said...

Thank you for your advice, Scott!