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This unit was interesting in that it made me reassess how my students speak in the classroom and how I feel about being a teacher in a foreign country. As a native English teacher I believe that my most important job in the classroom is to teach students to speak properly. That isn't to say that reading and writing aren't important, but I feel that a local English teacher that knows all the grammar rules can do a just as good job.
As I briefly touched on before, I have noticed that many of my younger English learners speak in sentence in the reported speech form. Which I find strange because My coteacher and I primarily speak to them using direct speech. I wonder if the reason has to do with shyness and they feel that by being indirect they won't be judged. Either way I will keep a mental note in my classes so I can help them use more direct speech when appropriate.