I love how TLG works at so many levels as a programme, the difference it is making, and I’m really happy that so many committed people are still here. Great work TLG.
Last month an interesting announcement was made in Georgia regarding English language education: almost 75% of students opted to take the university entrance foreign language exam in English, a marked increase over previous years. As a TLG teacher placed at a university, there is definitely a different attitude about English between even university freshmen and upper class students.
I work at Shota Rustaveli – Batumi State University (BSU) in the Tourism Faculty. In the United States I had spent several years in the tourism management field, consequently, I work specifically with tourism majors to help improve their English language abilities while discussing tourism as it relates to them and Georgia. Moreover, I arrived in Georgia in July 2010 as a part of Group #1. Needless to say now almost two years after I arrived in Tbilisi on a hot and humid, blindingly sunny afternoon, I’ve seen a lot of changes…
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