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Saudi Students Brush Up on Language Skills in CLC Visit

Student Mohammed Al-Harthi reads a story at the Children's Learning Center, along with classmates (from left) Yasir Al-Sulami, Abdulaziz Al-Badri, Hussain Al-Radwan and Khaled Al-Shammari ESL students join a group photo at the college's Children's Learning Center Five Saudi Arabian students from Penn College’s English as a Second Language class met children at the Children’s Learning Center on Wednesday morning to practice pronunciation skills and experience interacting with American children. The students explored the children’s classroom and had an opportunity for play with the youngsters. The ESL students also read books to the children. Before they left, the students showed some words in Arabic related to the children’s current lesson theme on oceans, and the children were excited to be able to say “fish” in another language. ( Photos by Regina G. Andes, group leader, Children’s Learning Center)

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