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Any technical equipment used in the classroom can (and will!) fail. Therefore it is very important to have a backup plan to do the lesson without technical aids. In the schools I'm teaching the problem is usually with the monitors (the only equipment available anyway). They have different standards for the connection of the teacher's PC, and rely mainly on dodgy converter boxes which have a very limited life time. I like the monitors because they allow me to have the current course syllabus in the background. IWBs are very rare here, they are too expensive for most small schools. As mentioned in this unit one can do a lot of very nice things with it, but they are real time eaters when preparing the lesson. A laptop computer is essential for me when doing the teaching. It is a very flexible tool doing all the jobs such as displaying the course syllabus, playing songs, marking the correct answers after a worksheet is completed, showing videos and playing audio for listening comprehension, etc. Again, the audio usually relies on the monitor so it is essential to have a battery powered active speaker as a backup.