Oh well Deliver information activities and events module and Provide training through instruction and demonstration of work skills module, we’ve had some fun over the past six months but I can’t say I’ll miss you, in fact I’m jumping with joy that you’re over.
I’ve taught a group how to make an origami hat and how to prepare and roll vietnamese rice paper rolls, I’ve trained a class in the art of conducting a childrens storybook session and the enthusiastic way to read Hairy MacLairy to a group of preschoolers. I’ve made a presentation to the class on the genre of Mills and Boon and another on the genre of YA dystopia (you had to do one on a genre you like and one on a genre you’ve never read before and I’d just like to point out that the Mills and Boon was the one I’d never read before). Now I’ve done my last training session which was to run a session teaching senior citizens how to open a flickr account and upload a photo, god help me. My husband said I could go around the retirement home where Mum lives and help them with computer problems and queries but honestly I’d rather poke my eye out with a stick.
It doesn’t matter how many times you stand up in front of a group to do a presentation you always get a bit of a funny tummy but it does get easier and we have had some laughs. One thing I did learn early was to memorise everything you want to say because the people who stand up there with bits of paper, you can tell how nervous they are because you can see the paper shaking.
So thats another two modules down. Today I hand in three more assessments and then I start placement next week. Four more weeks and one more in class assessment and I’m finally finished. Really can’t believe thats been 18 months.