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During our first semester we chatted through the internet with kids from Colorado. The reason of this project was to improve our English, and expand our knowledge (on both sides). We had a little forum, and we've been sharing our interests and telling each other about what's happening in our countries. (Comment.gif: Thank you for sharing your reflection, Alon. --Nellie Deutsch 11:59, 18 February 2009 (UTC))

The Holocaust and the book "Night"

After a short term of chatting, we recieved a new "mission". We had to read the book "Night" by Elie Wiesel, which is a true story about Elie's life during the holocaust. After read it, we discussed a few points about the book, like, what are the limits when you have to survive in hard terms.

My opinion

Well,as you know, I'm Israelian, so I always have something to complain about :P So... On the one hand, because we've been ordered to read the book by our school, it seemed that most of us didn't have much motivation talking about it, and we just wanted to keep talking, without a specifiec subject that we've been ordered to, and it caould be much better if we could choose our own subject. On the other hand, it was pretty much fun, and we've learned alot about each of the worlds.

Special comment

Long Live Rock n' Roll