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Hello GEC Members,

My name is Alicia and I am an Administrative Assistant for a multi-cultural organization called Know My World. We are looking for persons to participate in an exchange for traditional pen-pals around the world. Our interested candidate lives in Missouri, United States and teaches 3rd and 4th grade students. If you are interested in partaking in this exchange, please respond to info@knowmyworld.org with Traditional Pen-Pal in your subject heading.
Thank you so much and we look forward to your responses!
Alicia Rescigno
Administrative Assistant
Know My World
Follow us @knowmyworld_org
skype: AliciaJ.Rescigno

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I would recommend a Know My World exchange because of the huge amount of support from a great staff.  My students have enjoyed a recent opportunity to exchange art projects with a class in Japan, and will soon be sending off their work.  Experiences like this create wonderful learning opportunities for the classroom environment.

Hi Alicia,

I would love to connect our students.  What grade levels would you like to work with?

Hi Jennifer,

I teach high school students between the ages of 14-18.  Do you happen to teach secondary?


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