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How teachers can increase their confidence in the classroomFor teachers just beginning the profession, one of the scariest thoughts is the idea of getting up in front of a class of students and holding their attention for any length of time. But following the three P’s can assuage many of the fears of public speaking: Preparation, Practice and Presentation. The first thing any teacher should do is prepare for their class and for their lesson. For TEFL teachers, the first steps include learning about the culture they are about to immerse in. It is important to learn about the culture, because this could impact the way they should present material, including activities and presentation, and it would ensure that the teacher does nothing that would be culturally insensitive. First time teachers or teachers with little experience should feel able to ask fellow veteran teachers for advice and help as well. Asking for help from their coworkers could give them direction on how to act, what activities to do, how to manage the classroom, etc. With knowledge of their students’ culture (or cultures in the case of a multinational class), the teacher next must prepare lesson plans. Lesson plans are essential to giving a teacher confidence within the classroom as they let the teacher