A holiday treat


Students enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.


Students enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.


Students enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.

Students enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.

Students enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_gingbread1.jpgStudents enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.

Students enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_gingbread2.jpgStudents enrolled in Sampson Community College’s English as a Second Language class got into the spirit this week by enjoying the tradition of constructing gingerbread houses as a way of learning American traditions at Christmas. ‘Many of our students come in not knowing our language or our culture,’ said Nancy Gumo, ESL instructor for the college. ‘This is a fun way to engage and share cultural traditions as well as learn the language.’ Hyonson Kim, a student in the ESL class who also takes typing at SCC said the project is a work of love. At least one of the edible gingerbread houses will be donated to the Falcons Children’s Home this week.
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