Some new Prague Ramblings
Trip Start Sep 18, 2009
61Trip End Dec 20, 2012
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So a quick note about some of my classmates. The great majority come from the United States. Others include an Irish woman, an English man, and a Scotsman (I think that's how you write it?). All of the rest are American (except one Peruvian American;) ). Of course, as in every class, there's the special student. In this case it's a 40 or 50 something year old American woman who always has something to say or to disagree with. You learn to ignore her, but I do feel sorry for the others and especially the instructors at times.
Also, I finally got my Monthly Transportation Card (580 Czech Krown, or about 35 USD), which I can use for any of the Metro lines, Trams, or Buses. It's a relief to finally have it, since I was kind of illegally riding the trams before.. But don't tell anyone. The fine I guess is about 800 CZK, so I figure it's well worth it for the peace of mind and what not.
What else.. oh, a quick note on German trains. Although I always bought a train ticket while I was there, it wasn't until my long Berlin - Prague train that they checked my ticket.
Anyways today I teach my first observed lesson which is a bit nerve-racking; I don't mind teaching, since I've done it quite a bit before, but it's always a bit uncomfortable to have people watching you as you do it and analyzing your every move. But I figure it can't be much easier for my other classmates.
Alrighty then, I'm off to do my oh-so-fun lesson plan for my advanced reading class, which I will teach this afternoon at 13:30, after my lunch break.
Till' next time!