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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:
I have learned different types of lesson plans, such as- ESA(Engage Study Activate), Boomerang, Patchwork, and the Straight Arrow ESA lesson.
As well as the difference between a 'mistake' and an 'error'.
Mistake = Something the student(s) can fix by themselves.
Error = The student(s) is not aware of it and the teacher will have to help them understand what the problem is.
Something that I liked in the section of 'Simple Elicitation Techniques' was 'Gap-fill', it seems like it would be good for most levels (As well as 'Drawings').
I also like all the other 'Elicitation Techniques' that were listed, I'm sure they will be very helpful.
The 'Code' for correcting spelling (or written work) was something that I didnt know about, but I was happy to learn it.
I aslo didnt know that there were so many different Methods & Techniques!
I think my favorite ones out of them all are ESA(Engage Study & Activate), Task-Base Learning, and the PPP( Presentation Practice & Production)