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"Brushing up on ESP"

 
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Is ESP necessary in the classroom"
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son byrnes



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PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2005 3:39 am    Post subject: "Brushing up on ESP" Reply with quote

Standing in front of the classroom I was in a state of stupefaction. I had just turned around after writing and explaining a distinction between two different idiomatic phrases that apparently, on the surface, meant the same identical thing to my students. Why do you think that, I asked the class of studious pupils all focused on me at the same exact moment waving their hands yelling and shouting, smiling and laughing Laughing Surprised Very Happy Shocked .

"What is it, " I asked warily," do you think I can read your minds? "

It seems that one of them had taped a donkey tail on my backside when I was turned toward the blackboard writing my Extra Special Point but I wasn't aware of nor had I noticed the new appendage at the time and.....
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