Savoy Hotel Seoul
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... 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 ...
... a 7" tablet for 40€ but then I though I can also wait until Korea if I really need one.
Other things were more expensive though. A bottle of Water for example would have costed 4€ (1.40€ for the same size in Dublin), so I didn't get one as I thought I'll get some on the plane. Oh, BTW it was only a 2 hour layover so not really a big chance to explore anything outside the terminal (I will be able to do that on the flight back though).
... like slices canapé style, apple and noodles in a sweet sauce finished off with sweet ginger and aniseed tea. All in all not bad.
We left the restaurant and headed to the office in the city only 10 kilometres away so we thought. Seoul is a large city housing 10 million people 99% of whom live in apartment blocks, row upon row upon row of them. As far as t eye can see very tall apartment blocks stacked close to each other with either a name ...
... in and shut the whole thing down.
So, on a warm fall day, we headed to Seoul to catch a tour bus heading North. We had to register about a week prior so they could check our information for security purposes. We had to submit photo identification, passport numbers and adhere to a strict dress code. Torn or faded jeans were not permitted, skirts had to be knee length or longer, T-shirts without collars were not permitted, shoes had to be closed toe with ...
... high humidity this might have been the hottest I have ever felt.
Culture shock of the day:
- privacy (Koreans love privacy. Every car has blackout tinted windows front to back and public bathrooms have no gaps to see in whatsoever)
I have also come to realize that Seoul has a population of nearly 11 million people. The city I will be living in the longest, Shanghai, has over 20 million..