Wednesday, 23 October 2013

The Wardrobe Malfunction and The Amazing Friends

Hey reader, for those of you who aren't aware, macro-teaching is something we teacher trainees have to go through in preparation for out practicals. It's where we conduct a mock-30 minute lesson in the teaching lab and are recorded and evaluated. It was my turn earlier this morning, and deep breath SIGH, its over.

But I'm going to tell you about the whole long dragged out annoying bad-luck-ridden process okay!

last night I was sick with worry, but I thought to myself ....I'll sleep the night through, because I need to feel the adrenaline tomorrow, right before I present. you know that adrenaline rush don't you?

Anyway if ADRENALINE were a BRIGHT SHINY balloon then I was a little kid then who wanted that balloon so bad.

this is what happened today. ..

Okay enough with the drama, ...this is what happened.

So obviously I was worried about all kinds of things,
1. Would my friends even come?

I thought these (machas) Arifuddin and Syafwan definitely wouldn't show up.. HAHA. WRONG.
They came and I'm definitely guilty of assuming the worst. Sorry guys.

2. What should I wear?
 On hindsight I probably should have spent more time thinking about this.
But after sniffing all my decent clothes I was left with a blouse and a pair of fitting pants. To be honest when I put it on I thought I looked very decent....and professional enough to present.

Little did I know, what I was seeing was not quite what the world was seeing

Anyway the second I handed my lecturer the lesson plan, everything spiraled out of control....for a while. I never got my adrenaline rush because of scolding I got due to my poor choice of clothes. yea yea Guilty as charged. I'll admit that.

The mock-lesson however went okay enough. So I was relieved because I know that wasn't my best presentation. It really helps having your classmates acting as students. They've always got your back. Love you guys.
Emily and Arifuddin for subtly pointing out that I had missed out a whole worksheet. LOL
Everyone for "acting" enthusiastically enough!
and everyone for giving me the constructive criticism i needed. THANK YOU.

Class photo!

After mine, it was Lydia's turn, and she taught us how to write a thank you note.
SO THIS is MY thank you note! Heee

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