Teachers’ Hard Work

“Teachers’ Hard Work”

/ BY: Ritchie S. Calimpusan /

                         It is my first time to have this many TOEIC students in my class. At first, I was worried because I thought I couldn’t give what they wanted. However, as time went by, I got used to it with the help of my co-teachers and the TOEIC supervisor. In addition, handling this course is not that simple because we teachers must prepare ourselves and the materials for the students. It is quite hard; most especially if some of them are new, because you have to let them understand the techniques and strategies that would enable them to get higher scores in TOEIC. If the students could get high scores, the teachers will be satisfied and become more inspired to continue their ways to help their students achieve their dreams.