... Continued from the previous blog.
It's obvious that Mr.Mukoyama didn't try to memorize intendedly.
The trainee just happened to ask him so he recalled the class scene.
The class wasn't his class. He didn't know about the students in the class well.
Asking from the trainee was just by chance.
He didn't any preparation for the instruction to the trainee.
He just looked at the students with the trainee when the trainee was moving around the classroom just at once.
And just only in this condition, he could recall all types of mistakes that were made by all respective students, and explain every kind of mistakes connected to 19 students in sum.
He didn't jot down any information on a notepad.
Unless the trainee asked him, he needed to recall nothing.
That is one of the examples of professional eye gazing skills and the ability to reenact.