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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 saw modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. Modals, I believe, while not easy, will have many possible ways in which to be taught. Their use in our daily language is so prominent that teaching them can be done in a very practical way, and with many good examples. Passive voice shares many of these characteristics I feel. While maybe not as present, it is still often used and once the basics are understood, I believe progress will be good. Phrasal verbs, while also numerous and present in our daily language, are more abstract, and harder to understand on a structural level. I agree with the course on teaching them as they are, and not spending too much time on the underlying grammatical rules and the differences between the types. Using them often throughout classes in natural ways, should promote their usage enough I feel.