Arizona teens teach Chinese to younger students

02/25/2009 | Tucson Citizen (Ariz.)

Tuscon, Ariz., high-school students in their second year of studying Chinese are helping elementary-school teachers introduce the language to younger students. "I think the (high-school students) are also learning about classroom management and what their teachers have to go through every day," said Kimberly Gaskill, who teaches Chinese at the high-school level. "It is still a chance for our kids to have language at (elementary) schools, even though the money may not allow for it right now."

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