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... has now taken over as my favourite class! I much prefer teaching the older kids who have a better English understanding, who can talk back to me and have some "banter". It got to one point where they made me laugh so much I nearly had a giggle fit! It took a lot of effort to control myself then!
Moving on to the next week, (Monday 1st), the first EFL class was good again, even though I could only get one lad in the class to join in with me in "acting out" the comic ...
... of my classes smaller seeing as I'm going to be writing a tonne of blog posts on them! I'll try to stick to the literal highlights. So Wednesday was Kids World (the step above Jump - 4-6years old) and the main highlight in that class was a game I played with them. So I would ask them to say a sentence I had just taught them using just a flashcard as a prompt. (It is a skirt - shirt - shoe etc) and if they got it right, they could change one thing about Teacher JR's face (I ...
... over the ocean. However, it is quite expensive to enter at NTD $250 and there isn't really that much to do there. Plus, annoyingly there are audio guides which explain the history of the building but they're read by an American trying to do an impersonation of a British accent.
I wish I spent a little longer in Kaohsiung because there were a few other things I wanted to do there. However, I was going to Kenting the next day and Kenting is one of my most favourite places ever!
... driving through red lights, scooters on the pavements and driving the wrong way down the road are all quite common place here! So this should be fun!
Later on we went out for a meal to see off the NST I was taking over from. It was his last day in Tainan before he set off on a tour around Taiwan and then off on his way home. We ate at the same place our head teachers had taken us on our first day in arriving in Tainan! Which was nice. We got to meet some new CT's and ...
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 ...