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This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:
One of the things I have gained form this course is a deeper understanding of why native speakers use certain structures and the different connotations between each one. I have also gained a deeper understanding of passive and active voice. I think the most important thing that I gained from this course was the lesson plan template. During my year of teacher training in California, I often had to write lesson plans in many different forms. None of the templates that I was asked to use really felt like they were the best for me and my style of teaching. I really enjoy the lesson template that we are asked to use in this course. It gets you to really itemize what you are going to do in your class. It can also be as detailed or general as the teacher chooses. In addition, I think that the way lessons are broken up and described meshes more comfortably with the attention spans of modern students. I will use what I have learned about the passive voice to help students that come form languages that may be structured in such a way that an english speaker may consider a more passive. japanese is an example or this; they have