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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:
In this unit, we were taught how to use different equipment and teaching aids, such as: the board, interactive whiteboards, overhead projectors, visual aids, computers and photocopies. I was surprised that it is better to not write in capital letters on the board. I really like the idea of showing students short clips from films to get them engaged and motivated to learn English -- I know this has worked for me as a French student.
We were also given links to different websites that not only can help us prepare and plan our lessons, but we can also recommend some of them to students who want to practice their English at home.
After reading this unit and writing down some of these websites, I am much more confident to teach English!