Dear Teachers and Students:
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A few years ago I did teacher training, and one of the participants seemed to be more enthusiastic than anyone else. She was passionate about teaching, and her cheer and gusto became evident upon your first encounter with her. She would share her teaching techniques with you and advise you on the best strategies, however, when I attended her own lessons she didn't feel as secure as I thought she would be. She didn't seem to have the background knowledge of her subject, nor could she identify the best methods for teaching. As a result, her students would get bored and lose interest in the subject. If you were training her, what would you recommend to boost her lesson effectiveness?
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