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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:
This unit discussed present tenses. It explained that, as far as an EFL teacher should be concerned, there are 12 tenses: past, present, and future, and within those three, there are simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous.
This unit provided a lot of information on mistakes that students will likely make, such as using long form instead of contractions. It also provided really useful information on how to teach the present tenses in a way that will make sense for the students- for example using role playing activities and miming.
Overall I believe teaching the tenses will be challenging, but this unit explained present tenses in a way that I feel I'll be able to teach effectively.