Thursday, January 5, 2012

"how do you say 'uno' in english?!"


the day's aftermath...

I spent the day playing UNO. With like a zillion kids. Apparently the rules are a little different in France. Not very much different, but enough to get a few of my kids riled up! We weren't playing "real UNO" according to them. One of my students went so far as to say that it was actually "fake UNO"! He was joking and I thought it was pretty funny. Who knew UNO could spark so many debates, or even be an important cultural point of reference?!

For the record, UNO is a fun, educational game. They're learning colors and numbers at the same time. It's not just my excuse for jet-lagged laziness...

pax christi.

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