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3I attended a subject orientation called "Professional Practice".
Since I have a teaching license in Japan, this core subject will be exempted.
But this practicum is exactly what I want to do,
so I asked my professor whether or not I could take it without earning any credit.
She gave me an immediate answer that I could take it, but I am not sure yet.

There were many students older than me, and some of them work as teachers now.
I couldn't find any international students like me.
Every student looked very smart.
Could I survive

I wanted to observe the class at least,
but the subject requires us to go to local TAFEs or colleges to practice teaching.
Can I do that with my poor English?
I doubt it. haha
I really want to take the subject,
but I am already going to take four subjects
so I don't know if I can handle a fifth.
Anyway, I will do my best!!

After that, I took part in my faculty welcome - Education.
I found that there were 113 students in my course
while there were less than 10 people in the other courses.
It was kind of a drinking party, so I had some drinks without hegitating again. haha
Fortunately, I had a chance to talk with a local person
who is in the same course and has been to Japan too.
I hope I get to see him again

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. drab (in a newspaper)
= dull and boring
2. time + -sh (in a newspaper)
= fairly, approximately
3. tetubby (in a newspaper)
= short and slightly fat

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