By D. Rivers
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I think it’s very important, because you are not in the real school ... This is like, it’s school, okay, but it’s like holidays, it’s mixed ... It doesn’t have to be like high school. We want to take it easy. (Sylvia, Italian student, chain language centre, Regional City, 2012) First of all I thought, I just wish[ed] that all the teachers have special way to teach English correctly. So once I had a question to my teacher but she can’t answer to me. So I’m really disappointed because I didn’t expect that situation.
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Hye Jun, Korean student, chain language centre, Regional City, 2012) When you are in Colombia and somebody speaks with you about Australia, you’re only thinking kangaroos, koalas. [They think] there is koalas in Sydney ... Before I arrived here I thought that this country was like United States, like a big city, busy city. All the people maybe stressful, maybe angry. But when I arrived here I saw that all the people was very organised, all the things was just very organised ... ’ Friendly. (Andrés, Colombian student, independent language centre, State Capital, 2012) These excerpts evidence the variety of social imaginaries of Australia that exist among incoming students.
Resistance to the Known: Counter-Conduct in Language Education by D. Rivers