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Since September, 2008, I worked in an after-school class as a counselor, which was held by a local government association. This class aimed at providing primary school students with tutorial lessons and extracurricular activities after class, enriching their knowledge and horizons and offering them a better study environment. This was my first working experience, which not only taught me a lot of knowledge that I could not learn from textbook, but also significantly developed my multiple capabilities.

My responsibilities lied in preparing teaching materials for more than 20 students, giving them lessons that accorded with their knowledge level, and tutoring the children after school in their homework every day. Moreover, I would lead them to do meaningful activities, including handmade art, Kung Fu, puzzle games, aerobics dancing, etc. Once in the end of a semester, when everyone was preparing for the school party, I designed a dance for my students and taught them for a performance on the party. The work was not as easy as it appeared. Although I had been a leader of a small group in my high school for organizing small-scale group activities, this work was totally different. First of all, I had to be really patient to teach them again and again until everyone understood; meanwhile, I needed to try every method to keep them interested in what I was showing them. As a leader, I learnt to be thoughtful and full of ideas to deal with different situations with confidence. Also, I improved my determination through working with the students. Unlike before when I had the chance to ask for other's suggestion if I had something unsure, this job trained me well to make decisions on my own and take the responsibility, as I was the only one in charge.

During my work, the biggest obstacle I faced was how to get every student to learn as much as possible, since all of them…...

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