Hello, students. You now can learn about Casey, an American teenager, as part of “American Teens Talk!” book. I suggest you read and listen to this section several times so you can improve your American English reading and listening comprehension skills. Don’t forget to respond to the prompts in the comments section below so that you can improve your writing skills as well.

Directions: Please read about the section about Casey two or more times.

Directions: Please listen to the section about Casey two or more times.

Directions: Please respond to one of the prompts below in the comments section at the bottom of this page.

  1. Casey is home schooled. She studies
    regular schoolbooks but her mother is her
    only teacher. What do you think might be
    good and bad about home schooling?
  2. Does it seem unusual that Casey helps
    people who cannot walk learn how to
    ride horses? Have you seen people with
    disabilities do other unexpected things?

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One thought on “2.20.3: Year 2 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea”
  1. Hello , Hind from Iraq.
    1-I think the situation of good or bad about home school, is relative according to the person and put in, and most importantly learn, skills improve in any way available that saw before short time when COVID-19 and many many people worked in home.

    2-I have many seen people with disabilities do unconventional works and hobbies that humanity must provide all people in spit of disability or not available means , despite my richness country but few supplies available du to corruption .

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