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As I said, I had the observer from my uni watch me for my last teaching session.
She used to work as an English teacher in Japan and can speak four languages.

As you know, people can see the same situation in different ways.
Except for some common comments, her comments were really different from my coordinator's.
So I realised again it's very important to be observed by different teachers.
Being observed is embarrassing and teachers try to avoid the situation.
I would like to become the kind of teacher who can say, 'Come to my class anytime'.

Let me reflect on some feedback from my professor.

I need to

・think about what constitutes 'learning'
・think about my thoughst on the varieties of English (What English I want to teach)
・think about sequencing (Reasons for the sequencing I choose)
・apply my own experiences and feelings as a learner to my lesson plan
・read more articles and learn more theories
・know how to teach pronunciation

I guess I could...pass haha

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

1. (in a newspaper)
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2. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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