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    • CANADA, DIFFERENT PLACE GALICIAN TEACHERS. PALE JULY_09 SOUTH DELTA SECONDARY SCHOOL
    • On July the 11 th a group of 21 Galician teachers arrived in Vancouver. They are called Pale Group
    • Everyday from 9:00 to 2:30 they attend their classes of methodology in Tsawwassen, a strange native name that caught their attention as many other things
    • The barbecues on the beach, with the mushmallows
    • Great fruit and vegetables: blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries... Incredibly for us they used to eat raw vegetables: green beans, broccoli, cauliflower and so
    • Amazing aromatic plants as lavender
    • Different animal species: grizzly bears, raccoons, skunks, squirrels and so.
    • Their habits are different too: canedian people don´t wear shoes in their houses
    • In Delta , we comtenplated the most flowery gardens we´ve ever seen
    • The neighbourhood look after their security
    • They are proud and civic, so they adopt streets
    • Delta neighbourhood is clean and well-organized as you can see in the picture
    • As time went by we learned that Vancouver was called also Honcouver for the huge Chinese comunity that live there. As well as Korean, Indian, Japanese and Mexican comunities.
    • Of course, we came to get to know a new country, but the main reason to come here was to learn English. So we shared our time sat down in this library and we tried to do our best.
    • In spite of the fact that we wanted to be inmersed in a new culture, Donna and Steve managed to refresh some strategies that we use in our lessons
    • Steve taught us to sing beautiful Canadian songs. We only have to add our British accent
    • Some smart students learned other difficult tasks. So Francisco knows how to build a scaffolding with his own hands
    • And of course, all of us know how to telll a story with a simple draw.
    • Beside this, another new concept was assessment for learning, it provides an opportuniy for teachers to review what students are learning and what areas may need further attention
    • Futhermore, assessment is also usefull to obtain feedback on students achievements
    • In South Delta Secondary School we could see the differences between Spain and Canada in some areas like: laboratories and workshops
    • Also, we could check some books and resources
    • We must say that we are friendly, motivated and grateful people. So thank you so much for this stunning three weeks!. We don´t want to say bye, but see you!