Well this week is my first and last full week of school. So far, I have mostly been working one on one with students. I have been grading them on their speaking and reading skills. Today was my first real test. My teacher was not at school until after lunch today, so I was on my own all morning. I had an English and a science class to teach. Luckily, I have the sweetest fourth grade girls in my class! First in English, we talked about when to use "any" and when to use "some". Since they teach the British English here, some of the examples in the book were confusing to me and I found a way to explain the usage of these words in my own way. The girls wrote in the notebooks and completed the exercise for the lesson. They then wrote penpal letters to my fifth grade students back at home. I am very excited to deliever these letters to then upon my return and to explain the differences between school at home and school here in Spain. I also taught a science class about matter and materials. My classroom teacher was able to return to school halfway through this lesson, but she sat in the back of the room and participated in my lesson alongside the kids. It was fun to explain these concepts to the girls, and I love how engaged they are when I am teaching. After asking a question, every girl in the class wants to answer which is a big difference from home. Although it gets a little loud and crazy sometimes, I love the girls here and their desire to learn!