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Bethany Lerch: Seeing USA through German students' eyes

12:04 AM, Nov. 1, 2013
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My time as an Assistant Lecturer of American Studies at the University of Leipzig began in October. Having taught at the high school level in Germany once before, I was anticipating talkative classrooms. The first tutorial would be in professional development for first-year students - 45 of them. That's a lot of students. I decided I would have an austere and authoritative teaching style to keep it under control.

Turns out I didn't need one. I began by introducing myself and telling them about my academic background. I explained what I studied, Terrorism Studies, and almost immediately eyes ...

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