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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 more overarching elements I have learned through this course is the use of lesson plans. At my current school, we are not required to write elaborate lesson plans, or lesson plans at all for that matter. However, having written several lesson plans for this course, I have realized how beneficial they are to think through the general course of a given lesson. It also makes the teacher stop and reflect on what type of exercises and activities are most conducive for the students given the lesson's focus. I am going to definitely begin writing lesson plans for my classes so as to maximize the time I have with my students. I have also learned about the many various grammatical components that make up english--the tenses and their various forms, phrases and their functionality, direct and reported speech. Admittedly, after covering these units, I have really been humbled and realize that I need to continue studying these on a regular basis so as to master each of them. I feel like this is my duty and responsibility as an instructor in english. Hence, I plan on signing up for a TEFL diploma program after completing this certificate program. Also, I am going to try to pay closer attention to my advanced students in their use of various tenses and phrases so as to 1) assess where