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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:
The unit gave insight in how to organise a classroom. As a teacher you can use your eyes, voice and gesture to organise a class. The unit highlights the advantages and disadvantages of different classroom arrangements and physical settings, as well as different classroom issues such as giving students personal attention and the use of teacher talk time. A teacher will change his role throughout the lesson, depending on the activity.
As a social worker I have worked with groups of participants, and I used various ways to organise the group. I know from earlier experiences that I am not a very dominant teacher, and I will always look for ways to connect with my students on a personal level. There were some useful practical tips, like putting the name of a student at the end of the question, that I will definitely use when I will be in front of a class.
1) Your opinions, beliefs and experiences
2) Similarities or contrasts to your own life (i.e. experiences you can identify with)
3) How real or believable a subject / text is
4) Your emotional state at a given moment
5) Sympathy or empathy with characters