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Sometimes, Pictures Tell the Story

March 24, 2016 In Malawi Blog
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For nearly two years, the story of the Malawian graduate students has been told in words and pictures on this blog. Today's entry is a follow-up to Tuesday's post, "Reading Strategies in the Elementary Classroom." Below are images of the graduate students and their young learners at Longfellow Elementary School. The smiles on their faces tell the story, almost better than words. 

 

Aleme2Alemekezeke Chitanje

 

Mavuto2Mavuto Chiwale 

 

Edson2Edson Dzimwe

 

Elizer2Elizer Kalilombe

 

Mike2Mike Kumwamba

 

Margret2Margret Mandala

 

Frank2Frank Mbwana

 

MaryFlorence2MaryFlorence Mzama

 HendersonHenderson Ngwira

 

Yowasi2Yowasi Nkhambala

 

NancyNancy Nyirenda

 

This post is written by Lisa Vihos on behalf of Lakeland College. The program is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this blog are the responsibility of Lakeland College and do not necessarily reflect the views of the USAID or the United States Government.

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