TESOL El Jadida

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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:

G.A. -Chile said:
In this unit I've learnt how to actually make a lesson plan. I've leant the importance of having a written plan and what I should have shown in this plan, using the ESA method. It is important to write down not only the structure of the lesson and what I do in each phase, but also the level of the class, how many people are there in the class (it would help me prepare in advance in case I want them to work in pais or in groups, it will help me to decide better on how to do that in advance), timing for each phase and activity. I will also write down what problems are anticipated for the students and for myself, which will help me to be prepared with solutions for these problems. The lesson plan is also important because it will keep a record for myseld and for other teachers of what I have done with a certain class. Above all, the lesson plan is for me to know what I want the students to be able to do by the end of the class and how to bring them there, but it is important to be flexible about the timing of the activities seeing the students needs during the lesson itself.