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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:
Since I am currently an EFL teacher a lot of these units are review or clarification for some things I already do. Of course I learn new things but a lot of times I feel like this is review. In this unit I took away that the way I lesson plan is alright. I don't need to write down a formal lesson plan, except for test and the application for a program like mine. I learned that it's ok to just jot down notes as I do. For me just writing out a formal lesson plan is too strict because seeing it written out formally makes me want to follow it fully and I know that flexibility is needed. Even in the curriculum books I follow there is or I make it flexible, as some of the activities and games in the textbook or not fun at all. So I always try and fit the activity to the students. I still don't really like lesson planning one way or the other.