The English lesson that left me a deep impression ( 让我印象深刻) was taught by my junior high-school teacher, Miss Wang. One day she came into the class with a bag of things in her hand. I was curious about what they were and Miss Wang said "it's a surprise!" That really made me more interested. Later she told the class that we were going to learn how to order meals in English. First she showed pictures of tasty food and played a video of a person ordering steak. From the video, I learned lots of natural expressions (自然的表达), and even better, I got to know some western table manners, like you have to put your napkin on your lap before you eat the steak, and place fork in your left hand and hold the knife in your right hand. The best part was that we had a role-playing game. My teacher Miss Wang first divided the class into pairs, gave us some food as realia (课堂教具), and provided some sentences and dialogues for us to practice. Everything went on smoothly and effectively. It was definitely one of the best English lessons I've ever had.
I have had many English lessons throughout my academic years, and the most impressive one was taught by my junior high-school English teacher, XX. It was a Friday morning; she came into the class, holding her teaching materials and carrying a huge bag of things. When wondering what they were, I was told that it's gonna be a surprise for the class. That really held my attention (让我兴致盎然).
Shortly afterwards, she said to the class "today, we are going to learn how to order a menu in English" On hearing that, I was like "wow, is she going to treat us to some delicacies (请我们吃美味佳肴)? That would be amazing!" Then basically, she showed some pictures of tantalizing food on her power-point, and engaged students to discuss what they prefer to eat and why. Every one looked so intrigued and was eager to talk. In a while she played a video of a person ordering a menu in a steak house. Through watching that clip (片段), not only did I learn some authentic restaurant vocabulary and expressions (地道的用餐词汇和表达), but also I got aware of western dining etiquette (西方用餐礼仪). I have to say that lesson was really well-planned (精心设计的). But that's not all. What fascinated me most was the food she brought to the class. Believe it or not, those things in the bag were mini steaks! Hardly can you imagine how much she must have spent on them. The final activity was a role-playing game: students working in pairs, one plays the role of a waiter and the other a customer. I was lucky enough to the customer and try the steak.It was like a taste of heaven (太美味了), so tender and fresh.
All in all, this lesson was definitely something unforgettable. It was about English, but also about culture and communication. Totally student-focused (以学生为中心)!