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... fans soon encouraged us to get involved in some singing - a lot of humming during Korean words till shouting out the odd name or phrase we could pick out! It was a pretty awesome experience all round. We hope we've got a good selfie to match (that hopefully shall be added somewhere soon!) We maybe forgot about tea, so Doritos and beer at the game will have to make do! Ohh and we're venturing into North Korea ...
... with the students as the translation seemed to get confusing to students.
The six things I wanted to demonstrate about the structure of 'good' lesson in Victoria:
1. Learning Intentions and Success Criteria
2. Good Questioning
3. Student centered and facilitated learning
4. What engagement in learning looks like
5. Student analysis and evaluation
6. Use of a Plenary at the end of a lesson to consolidate learning
Okay so that ...
... also linked to its own department store....needless to say Kevin was very afraid....and of course rightly so!! ;) The hotel was adjacent to the popular Myeong-dong area which is one of the primary shopping districts in Seoul. The area was alive and buzzing! Filled with people and noise and with people selling all sorts of things on market stalls including amazing street food! On my first day in Seoul I explored this area, took a bus tour of the city to familiarise myself with ...
... freedom bridge' which was also in this small area. The 'freedom bridge' was used to exchange the prisoners after the Korean War. After this I then headed to the top of the ticket office to get a good view. You can just about see North Korea up here. I had some Chinese **** who thought it was funny to take a picture if me by putting his camera right in my face. I felt like getting my camera out and putting it in his face whilst taking pictures. This ****** me off a treat. ...
I slept well on the futon and at times, even slept on the heated floor as the heat relaxed my sore muscles. Paul was not quite so comfortable.
In the morning, we enjoyed a traditional breakfast - abalone porridge with five side dishes or "banchan" as well as grilled fish. Sitting on the floor, cross-legged, enjoying our breakfast - looking out into the snowy courtyard - I really felt we had arrived in Korea!