Yuda Palace Hotel
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Hello readers and happy holidays! I'm sorry I haven't written in such a long time. I got sunk right down into a semester routine where I had different activities going on every day of the week. Monday I had classes all day then my friend and I joined a belly dancing class so I had that in the evening, then I went straight from there to English Corner. English Corner is an activity organized by a student group where students and English teachers gather to chat in English two days a ...
... groups, class sings, and even a teacher band. The show was a great success, everyone commented on smoothly it went which I was happy to hear. I had to kick a Chinese guy out of the sound booth, because he didn't show up for any of the practices and then refused to do the lights or sound that we wanted. Instead he would play on his phone with his headphones in, it was somewhat of a night mare, but after him shrugging the kids off, I went in, and of course had to get one ...
... times during class... Haha, not exactly part of my lesson plans but hey, it was a fun way to kill 20 minutes at the end of class on a Friday. One thing I did notice was that the performances seemed to get progressively better as they went, which was kind of disappointing, seeing as it was pretty obvious and they were being judged for it. On top of that, they put so much importance on beauty that they ...
... here, and as I have said I absolutely live my job. My students are opening up even more every day. They are becoming comfortable sharing their opinions and there reasoning skills are improving. "What is your opinion and explain why" haha, in fact some students have caught on and I don't even need to prompt for the why? Critical thinking is not something that is fostered here. Therefore, it is so critical to get them to start questioning things, if they ever want to ...
... stood alone in line chewing on a dirty bill. Finally after about ten minutes of waiting in line it was finally time for the little boy to pay for his treat. I attempted to lead him to the lady with his money, still the mother was no where to be seen. The lady at the counter took his money gave him the change and looked no more concerned than had it been the other ten people in line. I paid for my items, and watched to see if the mother would come back. Finally she returned, grabbed ...