Natalie Lichtenstein had never been a teacher. But she recognized that some of her Coleman House neighbors who had immigrated to this country were interested in improving their English skills. She decided to set up a conversational English class, publicize it throughout the building, and see if there was any interest. Very quickly, 11 people joined the weekly group, and the conversation began! Everyone involved — instructor and students — is having a great time. The classes are animated and fun. The participants recently brought flowers to class to acknowledge their instructor’s 83rd birthday. The card read: to a great teacher, with respect and love. Natalie was deeply moved. “This is clearly one of the best things I have ever done in my life!”
This post has been contributed by a third party. The opinions, facts and any media content are presented solely by the author, and JewishBoston assumes no responsibility for them. Want to add your voice to the conversation? Publish your own post here.