I’ve had another bash at teaching today – a listening exercise in this case. And once again I got some very good feedback. I’d love to take all the credit, but I definitely feel that I wouldn’t be experiencing as much success as I am if it weren’t for the excellent support I’m getting from staff at school. Not to mention the fact that this school (which a recent ofstead rated as ‘outstanding’) contains some of the nicest, politest and cleverest boys you’ll ever see at school. I still find it difficult to believe that when I tell a boy to sort his tie out, and say it in German, they do it! I give them an exercise to do, and they do it! I’m not sure I’ll ever really get my head around it.
Miss B Have
About MeI'm a languages teacher, at least I'm trying to be. One of the many recent PGCE graduates unable to complete their NQT year. In the mean time I'm on supply, meaning I go where I'm sent, teach what I'm told to but on the up side, don't have to plan or mark. Every cloud has a silver lining :).