I love putting smiles on my students’ faces at Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi. Whether it’s because of something I say or something I do, seeing them smile or laugh is great! Why? Because it means they having a good time! It creates a positive environment which is good for both teaching English and learning English.
Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi is located in Tsukaguchi, Amagasaki City, Japan. I usually buy sweets for my students at COSTCO, which has a store also located in Amagasaki City. It allows me to offer students something that they usually have never eaten before in Japan. Food from outside Japan is perfect because I want students to feel like they are outside Japan when they come to Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi. The last few days, I have been offering students Tim Tams, delicious chocolate biscuits from Australia, which I bought at COSTCO. Students are liking them very much. One of them even said that it was the best chocolate she had ever eaten! Great! (^.^)
I want to keep putting smiles on my students’ faces whatever way I can! It’s great to see them smiling!
Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi
Tim Tams are very popular in Japan and at Australian airport duty free shops they have special Tim Tam packs which were made purely to meet the demand for them from Japanese tourists. They have various flavours, all of which are quite sweet, however I prefer the original ones.
Smith’s School of Ehglish