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November 28, 2010 / saniday

Trip to Signagi with TLG

As you may know, in 2010, Native English speakers arrived in Georgia to teach English Language in schools:

The main goal of the project “Teach and Learn with Georgia” is to recruit 1,000 native English speakers who will be willing to help Georgian schoolchildren learn the English language for the years of 2010-2011.

Today, Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia invited these people for a trip in Signagi, one of the beautiful cities in Georgia. People of Signagi were celebraing Signagoba, one of the events to say goodbye to the fall with tons of harvest and other food. Foreign teachers from different countries visited attended the concert held in the center of the city and participated in making Georgian sweets and drinks as well.

View of Signagi

TLG

Feist

Some bloggers were also invited as a representation of Georgian Social Media:

Saba, Tamuna, Rocko and Yvava.

somehow I ended up in this list as well. went along and took some photos. It was fun, especially communicating with these people and getting to know them. They’re very organized, polite, and interesting people.

They have arrived from the USA, Canada, Australia, Great Britain and different European countries to help Georgian School children.

Hope their mission will be accomplished.

All in all, it was fun, I had a nice time and came back pretty damn tired.

Click here for the rest of the photos

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  1. litterator / Nov 28 2010 12:56 am

    Nice job! Good for you! :*

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