Since this was not our normal meeting time, we were not sure of classroom availability. So we met in the cafe on campus. I returned all of the materials, and then we went next door to Austrian Palace for macchiatos.
To my surprise, I was presented with lovely gifts and a very special Thank You card.
Constitutional Law is a challenging course for my upper level (usually 4th year) students at USFSP. My SEEU students were in their first year -- and taking the course in a foreign language. So the work was even more challenging. I congratulate these students for sticking with it - for working hard - and for challenging themselves to improve their English (in writing and in oral advocacy) and to learn more about the rule of law and constitutionalism.
I hope you will look back on this semester with great pride. It has certainly been a pleasure working with all of you -- and I look forward to keeping in touch via our facebook group. This is still not "Mirupafshim"!
|Thank you for your Thank you! You have truly touched my heart with your kind words|
|Wow!! This is *perfect* THANKS so much!|
|that's our Constitutional Law casebook facing out (with the yellow spine)|
|distributed the papers here, in the cafe on campus|
|the faces of the future of Macedonia -- bright!|