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Large Classes Teaching large monolingual classes is truly a real challenge for a foreign teacher. Teaching large classes where students are of varying levels and sometimes an inclusion of a ‘special child’ (at least one in each class) can be quiet taxing. The responsibility that each student should be equally taught effectively and that those students will equally learn with the same amount of knowledge as the rest are quite a tall task. I am teaching an Elementary class in a public school?in Japan and I teach an average of 35 students per class from Grade 1 to 6. In Japan a foreign teacher or ALT (Assistant Language Teacher) in an Elementary school is accompanied by a japanese homeroom teacher in a classroom when the ALT teaches in his/her class.?The foreign teacher is the main teacher of english and the japanese homeroom teacher only stays at the back or helps the ‘special child’ with the activity. The basic rule for an Elementary school education system is that all their students get an equal and fair knowledge, which is highly impossible, having kids from different social status; those whose parents can afford to send them to english cram school