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Today is September 10, 2019. It’s been fourth day of observation already, tomorrow will be teaching assistant day, then the day after tomorrow I will probably teach.

My cooperating teacher asked me to make attendance list for three classes that I’m going to teach.

I was observing while typing attendance list when my cooperating teacher came and gave me the topic to teach the day after tomorrow. The topic was Proper Pronunciation and Its’ Significance. Then I realized that in USANT, they learned literature and speech in English separately. Therefore they also have Essential English for literature student’s book, and Speech Matter for speaking.

I was also asked to make Detailed-Lesson Plan. I’ve seen some examples of it that I found on previous batch students teacher. It helps me a lot. This type of Lesson Plan is not complicated, however as it names, this lesson plan should be detail. It require us to write expected response on students.

After class, I went straight to the dorm so I can finish the attendance list and lesson plan early remembering that I should also prepare for visual aids.

Published by daughterofalifuru

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