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... two EFL 6 classes (8-12 year olds). The first class was awesome. Really interactive, enjoyed the games I played, got involved in what I was trying to teach and were quite on the ball with the English they were learning. I introduced the "Vegas Game" - phenomenally surprising at how in to Gambling the kids are! (we were told at training that they love to gamble!). So in the game, you divide them into two teams, draw a dollar bill on either side of the board, a car and a house. ...
... never got involved, never did any work, never listened and just stared out of the window the whole way through class. Well, it's safe to say everything I was told about Kevin was true, so he's now turned into my "Coach Carter" project! But otherwise I couldn't believe what had been said about the rest of the class! They were an awesome class! We had great banter, they responded a lot to things I said or asked, I really enjoyed teaching it! I was also told at the beginning ...
I only stayed in Kaohsiung for one night but in that short time it is easy to see how cool this city is. There are a lot of modern buildings and Kaohsiung is home to Taiwan's second tallest building Tower 85, which looks amazing when seen from a distance as it dominates the skyline of the city.
Kaohsiung is on the coast which gives you a chance to get away from the bustle of the city and into the calmer atmosphere of the beach and the coast. There are't that many beaches ...
... artifacts from the past, like old instruments, or old ornamental robes, and scrolls and tapestries. Of course the temple was beautifully decorated as well, as all of the temples and old buildings we've seen in Taiwan so far have been, with carved dragons dotted all over the building, and giant Chinese characters written in various positions, obviously symbolizing, important messages.
After that, just opposite the temple across the road was a very smart looking market street. ...
I arrived in Tainan after a rather stressful journey from Caotun. There is no direct bus from Caotun to Tainan so I had the transfer through Taichung. The bus ride to Taichung was a pain because I didn't know exactly where the bus would stop in Taichung, and when it finally got to the train station it was not the train station with the high speed rail (HSR)! However, when I got to the HSR ...