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I LOVE South Africa. I wholeheartedly do. After living here for the last seven months and after my recent extensive travelling around its five provinces (there are still four more to explore), it is even more difficult for me to choose one topic to write about – every aspect of nature and people’s lives deserves a good piece of writing and could be accompanied by dozens of stunning photographs.
To many of my friends Africa, a vast continent of dry land and wilderness, is a black man’s territory. It is truly so to a very large extent, but there, alongside with black skinned men, that go in a huge variety of tints, people of other skin colors, religions and traditions have been living their lives for generations, especially in the continent’s southern part.
OK. If I have to choose just one topic, it’ll
be about… skin color in South Africa. Why not? I’m white, every day I
communicate and work with non-white people. I believe many of you might be
interested in how it feels like. A simple answer to this question is: it feels
alright, I don’t notice that I’m different even if I don’t see another white
person for 24 hours. And I love my different-tints-of-black-and-brown skinned
colleagues as well as just ordinary people in the streets smiling and waving at
Professionally speaking, by now I have...
over 15 years of teaching English - to kids and adults, one-to-one and in groups,
over 60 textbooks and supplementary materials for teaching and learning English - written and published,
over 400 hours of teacher training sessions in 7 countries,
over 100 blog posts for parents who help their children learn a foreign language.
My lifestyle (in the past 6 years I've lived in 4 countries for at least one year) has led me into developing a new dimension for my teaching career: a trainer for parents [and teachers] who help kids learn a foreign language between classes. Visit my blog http://www.papalingua.com/ and see how easy and exciting it is to be a language partner to your kid, and a teaching partner to your kid's teacher.