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Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by jonny_cube, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. Hello everyone,
    I'm going to be starting my PGCE in September, and i am really excited. With all the stress of finishing Uni however, I don't feel like i am doing enough to prepare for it! Im excited about a career in teaching and cant wait to get started, but what should i be doing now? Also, im worried i may get a 2:2, now, will that be the end of the world and my teaching career over before it has began? help??
  2. Sorry, was i meant to say Dear Joe??

  3. runaway

    runaway New commenter

    Relax enjoy it may be the last time...ahem
    I got a 'Desmond' so you won't be alone :0)
  4. Good advice as always Salsera and Geekie. I too have experience of highly qualified linguists being unable to effectively pass on their knowledge to their students.
    Enthusiasm and a willingness to listen and learn and far more important attributes.
    Very best wishes for the rest of this year and your future career!

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