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Yesterday and today, I went to a college as a part of my course.
In all, I observed a class for eight hours.
The class is called 'General English, Pre-intermediate Class'.
Afterwards, I am going to practice teaching at a college for fifteen hours over five weeks.

My teacher is bilingual.
He was born in Iran, but he grew up in the USA.
His methods of teaching were excellent.
I have seen some toher teachers' classes, but he was one of the best teachers.
He was very energetic and his students looked like they were learning a lot from him.
He intentionally applied some theories into practice,
so I think I will be able to learn from him.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.

1. detention (in a newspaper)
= the state of being kept in a place, especially a prison, and prevented from leaving
2. with one's nose in the air (in a newspaper)
= in a way that is unfriendly and suggests that your think that you are better than other people
3. click (in a newspaper)
= to work well together

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