I live in Denmark, Europe, 20 km north of Copenhagen, the capital city. I am a playful multimedia education consultant and web 2.0 community developer, and a life long learner. Grandmother and gardener, playful computer nerd, love music, art and film. I speak many languages and I also love reading, not to mention travelling
About project work with students from other countries:
We now have internet connection in our multimedia area, so next Friday (if everything goes OK) we'll interview you =)
The Korean students who have recently joined the blog have been writing some essays, and we read and comented about them in our class today. It's worth reading them as you can learn more about other cultures..
Also you can have a look at the forums or start a new discussion.
And if you want you can see the videos or photos that some of us have uploded.
Have a nice weekend.
Just wanted to share a wonderful source of learning more about different cultures and what may happen when people meet from many different places, when they travel or study or work in a new culture. http://www.absolutely-intercultural.com/
Listen to one or more of the 15 minutes podcast and read the notes about each; they are meant to be useful for advanced students and teachers of language, so I think that you would get something out of this. Comments on the page are more than welcome; although the two producers Anne Fox in Denmark and Laurent Borgmann in Germany KNOW that they have many listeners, they really like to get feedback!
Two years ago, I was on one of their many courses on intercultural understanding, which was very enlightening, and fun. We all met in Spain after six months of online studies and collaboration between many European countries, and by then the very first podcast was recorded and edited!
Hello please to meet you, My name is Seong-beom from Korea. I now collect different ideas of different people.
Whether you know or not, Korea now negotiate with USA to grant Free Trade Agreement. If this agreement goes well, it might be a win-win game for both countries. However USA continues to export cows which have high possibility of mad cow disease. What do you think of USA's arbitrary and dogmatic attitude toward other countries?
PLZ leave me a reply.
It is OK, whether it is short or long..
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