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I taught a speaking session, but to be more precise, I gave them chances to speak English.
I found that each activity was a bit too long, so the class seemed to be drag on forever.
I am still struggling with giving instructions for each activity.
But when I observe my teacher, his instruction is very clear,
and I can actually see how the students go about learning as they absorb the material.
Thus, it is very interesting to experience that.
It is as if he is using magic.

Let me reflect on my teaching practice with some feedback from my teacher.

I need to
・write down what they say in pairs and ask students to correct the mistakes after that
・give clear instructions
・use easy words e.g. 'right' or 'wrong' instead of 'agree' or 'disagree'
・use charts to help facilitate understanding

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

1. gazero (in a newspaper)
=
2. layman (in a newspaper)
= a person who does not have expert knowledge of a particular subject
3. moult (in a newspaper)
= to lost feathers or hair before new feathers or hair grow

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