Sue needed to give a lesson on following instructions, so she wrote out all of the details for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Then off she went to school carrying 4 loaves of bread, 3 small jars of jam, 2 jars of peanut butter, and a bevy of knives. It was a cultural exchange as well. While any French student should know how to make a crepe, a student of American English should know how to make a PB&J!
Here are some of Sue's students in the throes of making their sandwiches.
They split up the sandwiches so everyone could have a taste. Nothing like fine American cuisine! Only one person out of all of her classes did not like the taste.
"I think I'll eat these every day!"
Overall it was a great hit. American teachers are hired to help the students with their pronunciation, but also to teach more understanding of Westerners and western culture. Sue's classes sure received their western culture dose for the day!