Many of my teachers and classmates say that I look like a teacher probably because they think I am mature, both physically and mentally. I would be grateful if they thought that I was mature for my age, but I would be a bit sad if they commented that I looked old. What do you think?
I longed to be an English teacher since I was a child. The reason is pretty ordinary: most of my English teachers were inspiring. They shared their English knowledge with me and regarded me as their daughter. As a child I “realized” my dream by playing the role of an English teacher while my younger sister and cousin were persuaded to be my “students”. I am glad that my dream finally came true. However, I guess my sister and cousin will be even happier as they no longer need to play the role of my students!
Humans have an innate interest in learning – infants like exploring stuff around them. Sadly, a lot of Hong Kong students nowadays seem uninterested in learning, especially English which is not their first language. It is probably because they got fed up with their teachers’ traditional methodology. My teaching goal is therefore to incorporate innovative ideas into my lessons so as to motivate students to learn. I do not expect all my students to get outstanding results in my subject; after all, every child has their talents. Nevertheless, I hope my students can enjoy learning English like I did.
I like dancing very much because it brings people together. I have studied it since Primary Three. I have a lot of experience of performing Chinese Dance publicly and during Secondary Six I choreographed a Chinese dance, which was awarded the championship in the Inter-House Dance Competition. Hopefully I shall be given opportunities to dance at LTPSS so that you will know how enjoyable and confident I look on stage!