In this course, I learned the skills and attitudes that are needed to help me become reflective and autonomous English as a Second Language (ESL) practitioners. It serves as a platform for me to discuss with lecturer and classmates on practical classroom problems, refine teaching techniques and explore alternative strategies and ideas. I enjoy the class although it was a bit intense as I rarely do a reflection of any words or actions of mine. But, this course has been a helpful tool for me to always be cautious with my thoughts, words, and actions and always try to be reflective. The attached file is about two roles I assumed that I have when I did microteaching with a group of students.