All the small things


As a trainee teacher, It was always my goal to achieve big things. I wanted to unlock potential in every individual I taught, making each lesson a smorgasbord of magical moments. My students were going to be the most passionate, the most brave and the most inspired bunch of individuals imaginable. And I was going to guide them. My English lessons would be awash with creativity, filled with self expression, with every single student being challenged to break free of the shackles of their untapped imaginations. My goal was greatness, and to achieve that, I was going to to focus on big things. We needed to leave behind the constrictive nature of all their previous uninspiring English lessons. The unnecessary focus with school uniform, the overbearing requirement to always work neatly, the obsession with capital letters – all must be cast aside. After all, how could we possibly waste time on…

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