Studying English has always been something I enjoyed doing. I knew that English could help me pursue some of my dreams and I had the feeling it would teach me more than I could ever imagine. But could English help me be more creative? The answer is YES! Being at EC Covent Garden for a month contributed a lot for this thought. I got inspired since my first day by the way the school rules were presented to us. They could have chose to send us all the information thorough our email account or gave us a brochure with all the schools guidelines, but instead they decided to go for a dynamic and interacted conversation. The inspiration came from the teachers as well. I remember a teacher that used the color of our shoes as a criteria to put us in pairs for an activity. Some other teachers would use a game to teach business vocabulary or engage us to assume a corporate roll in order to check if we got the lesson right. The way every class was unique inspired me to delivery what needs to be delivered in my job being more creative. I leave the school full of insights thanks to all teachers and EC Crew that every day choose to be dynamic, creative and passionate when it comes to teaching English! Thanks a lot!
p.s: for EC Covent Garden students and new ones I invite you to find out which teacher would use the criteria of shoe’s color to put us in pair for a class activity 🙂
Juliana Ferrari Rodrigues (Brazilian) – English for Work 30 lessons
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