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This unit presented the many different kinds of equipment and teaching aids that teachers can utilise in the classroom environment to make lessons both informative and engaging. Some of the many resources available include: equipment, such as overhead projectors (OHPs) and cassettes; more modern (and costly) technology, such as interactive whiteboards (IWBs), video cameras and computers; visual aids, such as photos and real objects; and texts, such as dictionaries and resource books. While the availability of more expensive equipment will depend on the financial position of the school/institution, there are plenty of low-cost (and often free) resources available to teachers these days, including online resources such as podcasts and YouTube clips. Regardless of how many of these resources you have at your fingertips, the most important thing is that you are prepared and adequately trained to utilise them, and that you use them appropriately. This will ensure your class goes smoothly, and that students can get the most out of the class, both in terms of learning and enjoyment.