Describe a skill that you think you can teach other people.You should say:
What it is
Who you can teach
How you can teach others
And explain how you feel about teaching others
Alright, so I guess a skill I could teach other people is cooking. I’ve always really enjoyed cooking and have a lot of experience with making all kinds of different dishes. Most of the time, I cook Chinese comfort food like tomato and eggs or shredded pork and eggplant, but I often experiment with new recipes, including fried squid with green peppers or sweet and sour ribs.
So, as for who I can teach, I suppose I could teach people who don’t know how to cook but want to learn, or those who want to learn to make a greater variety of dishes. I’ve actually taught some of my friends who haven’t had any experience with cooking before, and I started off by teaching them how to make very simple dishes with few ingredients. I could tell that they really felt a sense of accomplishment after preparing a delicious meal.
And… how I can teach others? Well, I would start by listing out all the ingredients they need and asking them to prepare the ingredients in advance. Then, I would give them a brief outline of the steps in the process so that they would have some kind of general understanding. Afterwards, I would guide them in turning on the stove, pouring in the right amount of oil, and cooking the meat or vegetables. Finally, I would give them advice on the type of sauce or seasoning they need.
Last of all, I’ve always enjoyed teaching others, and I feel gratified when they’re able to learn and implement these skills effectively. I think cooking is a very important skill to have, even though a lot of people these days don’t know how to cook. But yeah, it is quite satisfying when I’m able to teach others these kinds of skills.
1) Do you think teachers should be funny when they are teaching?
I don’t think teachers have to be funny, but they do need to be engaging and know how to capture their students’ attention.
2) Why do teachers need to be kind to students?
I guess because kindness is the most fundamental form of respect, and by being kind to students, teachers also create a better learning environment.
3) Which one do you think is more important? Practical skills or academic skills?
Well, I think both are important, and it’s essential for people to learn both practical skills as well as academic skills. Practical skills are useful in daily life, while academic skills are useful in school and in the workplace.
4) Which age group has the best learning ability?
Um, I think all age groups have the basic ability to learn, but younger people are probably the most efficient learners.