He had received too many compliments about my class to justify taking the class away from me. Instead, he avoided me, would not look at me or even speak to me. The compliments created a problem I did not know how to fix. It became increasingly difficult to contain my frustration with his childish behavior when I taught.
THE MAKING OF A BOOK
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PART 9 STEPS OF FAITH
The new series, Steps of Faith, attracted a new student who loved Honduras, her homeland. A quarter of the way into the series, she walked into class with a cassette recorder, inserted a cassette, pushed play and the red record button.
“I am going to translate your lessons into Spanish and put them on the radio in Honduras,” she explained.
Several lessons later, she expressed frustration at the inadequate quality of the recordings, which made it difficult to hear everything I said. I doubted a single mother of two, who worked as a hairdresser could afford to buy radio time in a foreign land. But the project was important to her, so I offered to write more of what I said and give her a copy.
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