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Unit 17 deals with equipment and teaching aids. There are several teaching aids that are used in the classroom like the board, an interactive whiteboard, overhead projector, visual aids, worksheets and work cards, cassette recorder, cd player, videos and DVDs, video camera, dictionaries, computers, online resources, etc. The most common one is the board, and board work should be planned and organised. Interactive whiteboars are also becoming common, and they make planning classes more organised and planned before hand. The most common visual aids used in the classroom are real objects, pictures and photos, and they help in many ways like motivating the students, giving a more clear explanation, elicitng vocabulary, etc. Cassette recorders, cd players, videos and DVDs have the same purpose in the classroom: presenting information, giving background to a topic, etc.; and their basic principles are more or less the same: check before using, have a back up plan just in case they do not work. Video cameras are also a very usefull tool for students to check their own performance and do self correction.
The unit provides a detailed use of online sources and websited divided by topics, which can be very useful for teachers when looking for specific information.