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Being a teacher involves more than simply turning up to a lesson with a course book and activities, teaching the material and then that being the end of it until the next lesson. How do we know that we have done a good job or not? An important part of teaching is using self-reflection at the end of each lesson or at the completion of a particular topic etc. The idea of self-reflection or also known as self-analysis, is for the teacher to be able to reflect on the lesson and decide what things worked well and what things didn’t work so well. For example, you have a lesson plan which you have followed but found that although the activity sounded good, once tried in the class room it was unsuccessful. If something works well, think about what it was about the activity that made it successful and make some notes. It may have been successful but you may be able to think of a way of making it even better next time. Do the same for activities that didn’t work well and think about what it was about the activity that made it unsuccessful. For example, a role play which should have been fun was a disaster because the students were all new to the class and felt completely out of their comfort zone having to do a role play in front of others. Therefore,