I’m determined this year to keep a record of what I do with students for each lesson. This is easy enough when you use a book, because each lesson continues from where you left off, and who can’t remember week to week where that page is? Of course, additional materials need to be noted, too.
However, many of my classes are forged with parts of books, web-copied handouts, and games & listening lessons & etc. So I bought an A4 notebook, lined of course, that has twenty sheets. I was a bit concerned about having enough space for all my classes. Then Asia said this: “Well some of your students won’t need a page. Like Professor Kriz; unless you’re going to make a list of the different wines that you drink together.”
Touché, Little Fox.