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Published on Oct 22, 2011
In Yangon I taught an English Class for an hour. The difference is, it was hot, there were many levels, they didn't know how to group work, the teacher had a microphone and did rote learning, they had a text book of incomprehensible English conversation, the power went off, we couldn't see anymore, the whiteboard ink spilt all over my hands, the whiteboard was narrow and too high, the teacher had a standing platform, and I nearly fell off it. The students were so lovely, and very respectful. They were a delight to teach. Some had dictionaries, some were uni graduates, others had lower education. They were all very motivated and appreciated my coming to their class.