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Three Korean Girls

by Sherri There were these three Korean girls. They walked into my college preparation classroom and I noticed them immediately. They were a great wall of frowns, a unified front, a testament to cohesiveness that for some strange reason reminded me of a cross-cultural game of Red Rover. They stared straight ahead, shoulders evenly spaced,

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Teaching Tales – Humor in the Classroom

By Thomas Fleming, Mount Aloysius College What makes something sound or look humorous? Is it Semantics? Is it Cultural? Does it have to do with Pragmatics? Why can we detect/enjoy humor and other animals don’t? Look at the story below and send us your comments. First Grade Drawing – A first grade girl handed in

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