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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:
The plenty of lesson planning practice I received has been invaluable in giving me experience (I did not have any prior formal training in education) and increasing my confidence in teaching. The ESA method will without a doubt stick with me for my entire career. Also, the grammar points (past, present, future tenses, conditionals) and the International Phonetic Alphabet were particularly stimulating and interesting to learn. It has not only been enjoyable for me, but it has also given me a good foundation to start a career in teaching english, and a tangible list of english language items I can now teach any time to my non-native english speaking friends. Moreover, this course has given me a higher level peek of the english language in levels of abstraction I had never conceived previously. Particularly, I am now able to break down the english grammar into four skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) and three components (grammar, vocabulary, function). This has increased my confidence in designing lessons that cover an adequate breadth of language items while giving students practice in more than one skill. Lastly, this course has given me numerous resources for activity and game ideas, something that saves me plenty of “creativity blocks.” At the same time, this course has given me a healthy wariness against becoming overly unoriginal (eg. by depending too heavily on course books).