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Wednesday, 30 August 2006

First day of the regular schedule

Last night we taught our first day of the regular schedule at work. This new schedules requires us to teach English for six hours until 10pm. We have a two hour prep period before work (which we can go nap secretly in the janitor's closet--joking!). This is a helpful time as it enables us to prepare (or pretend to) for our classes.

The regular schedule has three two hour classes on Mon/Wed/Fri and two three hour classes on Tue/Thu. This is different from the summer "intensive" schedule where we taught two three hour classes a day in the morning with a two hour break in between.

Remember the pictures I posted with the sleeping student and my collection of high tech cellphones? Well, I will be teaching the same group of Senior level kids again! This should be interesting as they were a fun group--yet they tried (the key word here is "tried") to get out of hand at times. You know what this means, it's time to drop the hammer once again!

Click "play" below to listen:

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PS - I can't believe I've had both the "hammer" and "ice" grace my blog...I feel...so...special...*tear*


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