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who whenever she sees me in the playground feels the need to sing “The lion
sleeps tonight” so I suppose that’s a good thing.
This weekend we are planning to climb Mount Tai which is the
most climbed mountain in the world and apparently has 7000 steps. So I spent
this afternoon preparing for that. Most people either spend the day climbing it
in order to watch the sunset ...
... repetitive which is good
because it means that I can break it down and teach them each part separately
and It doesn’t take too long. Then once we’ve been through all the verses which
involves, saying the verses, singing the verse twice and then again with music
we sing the whole song once without music and once with music. This takes about
20 minutes and then we play a game, to break it up and to stop the kids from ...
different foods however I’ve never been that keen on most of them because they
can look very dodgy. Anyway our first stop in the tour of “Weifang’s famous
foods” was one of these food vendors, it wasn’t a particularly special one, it
didn’t sell any different from the others but we all lined up to get some
anyway. Another custom in china is that if someone invites you out to dinner
they are expected to pay for ...
... look tired. It
was incredible, plus half of them were running in jeans or their work uniform
which i have to give them credit for as it would be quite difficult. Feeling glad
that we didn’t do anything irrational involving sports we continued to watch
the remaining races. The students were as equally as fast as the teachers so
watching there races were also interesting however we turned up towards the end
of the days events so we weren’t there for ...
... that step at least 5 times. I had kids gluing the whole thing the bottom of the
cup and not cutting it up, some kids cutting up paper and gluing it to the
plastic bags, kids gluing the plastic bag just onto the front of the cup… it
was hard to tell whether they were just trying to be different or just had no
idea what to do. In the end though it all worked out and I managed to convey to
the kids that ...