Agua Fria Union High School - Wickiup Yearbook (Avondale, AZ)

 - Class of 1985

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lLl Sl'llS elgn 5... Ll.. Sfforeign exchange Whoo's Speaking Another Language? by Monica Viteri Not all the faces at Agua Fria have the "American Look." There were 17 students from six foreign countries attending AF: Nicole Brenncke 112, West Germanyi, Ann Jondot 112, Francel, Jesper Poulsen 112, Denmarki, Henning Rogge 112, West Germanyi, Christian Bu- low 112, West Germany, Thor- sten Wiener 112, West Ger- manyi, Andreas Funke 111, West Germanyj, Regan Pylman 111, Great Britiani, Heiko Muller 111, West Germany, Christian Titze 111, West Germanyi, Stephanie Funke 110, West Ger- manyi, Michelle Brenncke 110, West Germanyi, Clara Jondot 19, Francei, Tina Zinzuvadia 19, lndiai, Raju Zinzuvadia 111, ln- diai, Katrina Darons 19, Eng- landj, Luz Perez 19, Mexicoi, and Manuel Barudos, 19, Mexi- co.i Some of these students are foreign exchange students and others have moved to the Unit- ed States with their families. ln either situation, being in the Ll.S. is excitingly new and edu- cational. "I think that the LLS. is the most exciting country l've ever been to because the Ll.S. has so many different ways of living and opinions. Denmark generally has one type of lifestyle," observed Poulsen. There are many differences between schools in the states and schools in other countries. Some of these differences, the students really like. "There is a lot of school spir- it at this school. ln Germany, there is hardly any at all," said Wiener. "l like the afterschool activi- ties and sports and competing against other schools," said Funke. "I think that all the teachers are excellent compared to the ones in Denmark, because over here they seem to be more in- terested in the school. ln Den- mark, teachers think of school as a place of work," comments Jesper Poulsen. Of course there are aspects of American schools which they do not care for. "I dislike pep assemblies, l have no school spirit - l can't scream!" complained Muller. "l dislike the homework. Over here, you have to do it or you get into big trouble" stated Funke. "There's bad food in the cafeteria!" added Christian Bu- low. The students have mixed feelings towards American cul- ture. "The people here have pride and spiritg for instance, the na- tional anthem is played every morning. ln Germany, they don't do that," Muller said. "l don't think that patriotism in America is good sometimes because people can be so caught up in their own country that they are not open to other nations. Then, if someone disa- grees with the 1l.l.S.J govern- ments idea's, no one wants to listen." Even though, "no place like home," is in most of their minds, the adjustment and the experience will pay off in the long run Wiener suggested, "There are a lot of benefits for students. They are exposed to different schools, languages, li- festyles, people, and ideas. With this, they can see the world in a different way. lf there is a country that has a high percentage of it's students involved in an exchange pro- gram, it's relationship with the other country could benefit too." Above: Christian Bulow from Germany enjoys a relaxing noon at his home. Below: camera shy, Andreas Funke West Germany, tries to dodge photographer.

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