Brown eggs. White eggs. Same omlet.

Peter Denzin,
Greeley, CO.

Since retirement, I’ve taught English as a Second Language classes for 11 years. My classes are made up of immigrants and refugees of all colors and faiths from all parts of the globe speaking a variety of native languages. In my classroom, we are a learning community of love and mutual respect. My students are more my family than my real family. Today’s immigrants are just like my European grandparents were. People are people. It’s as simple as that.

 

Brown eggs. White eggs. Same omlet.

Peter Denzin,
Greeley, CO.

Since retirement, I’ve taught English as a Second Language classes for 11 years. My classes are made up of immigrants and refugees of all colors and faiths from all parts of the globe speaking a variety of native languages. In my classroom, we are a learning community of love and mutual respect. My students are more my family than my real family. Today’s immigrants are just like my European grandparents were. People are people. It’s as simple as that.

Brown eggs. White eggs. Same omlet.

Peter Denzin,
Greeley, CO.

Since retirement, I’ve taught English as a Second Language classes for 11 years. My classes are made up of immigrants and refugees of all colors and faiths from all parts of the globe speaking a variety of native languages. In my classroom, we are a learning community of love and mutual respect. My students are more my family than my real family. Today’s immigrants are just like my European grandparents were. People are people. It’s as simple as that.

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