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 class has been beneficial to my development as a teacher in a number of different ways. First, it has reacquainted me with some grammar rules that I had forgotten since first learning them years ago as a student. Secondly, this course has instructed me how to properly create an ESA lesson plan. Finally, this course has improved my awareness of the different classifications of students' english ability.
I am happy to have had a refresher on the terms and rules of some long-forgotten grammar concepts while taking this course. I desperately needed to review concepts like modal verbs and the different names for all of the tenses. This will be useful when helping students who ask more specific questions concerning grammar.
This course also taught me the mechanics of an ESA lesson. While I had been exposed to this methodology before under different names, I am grateful to have learned this straightforward and organized approach to lesson planning. I will surely use it in my lessons in the future.
Another useful thing that this course taught me was how to identify and assess students' levels of english. As I have worked in many different mixed level classes in the past, I sometimes found it hard to properly assess students and tailor my teaching to their particular language level. This course has helped me recognize traits that certain learners have and has given me ideas on how to approach them.
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