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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:
Due to my particular situation and previous experience teaching ESL, I already had a fairly decent grasp of some of the topics covered, as I assume may who take this course do; classroom management is something I had already figured out on my own, at least with regards to my own students, for example. Additionally, some of the topics, such as the grammar, were wonderful to review, but I currently cannot put many of those items into use due to school restrictions (I am not allowed to officially teach anything other than present tense, for example). However, taking this course has provided a lot of clarity and solidification of things that I already knew, but had not yet put into practice as effectively as I could have. For example, simply having to answer questions about classroom discipline made me much more aware of any flaws and inconsistencies in my own style of classroom management. Additionally, the key thing that I have gained from this course is the clarification of both the meaning of and importance of the activate phase. I had used an activate phase in my own teaching without knowing the term for it, of course, as I always tried to play a game with the students based around whatever language point we had covered