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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

I am already familiar with lesson plans since I’ve had to do them many times in my teaching career. When I first started teaching, I went to great strides to have my lessons completely planned and that each minute of class time was being utilized in the most efficient way possible. However, as I have become a more experienced teacher, I have found that a general outline works well for me now. I have found that even though I know my students well, sometimes it is difficult to predict how they will respond to a particular lesson and how much time I should allow for certain parts of the lesson. Therefore, in this unit, I really agreed with the notion that teachers need to be flexible, and though they should follow their lesson plan, they should know how to adjust it throughout the lesson and how to adapt to certain unforeseen circumstances. One aspect I was surprised not to see in the lesson plan was any type of adaptations or modifications for students with specialized needs. As a California teacher, we are required to include this in our lesson plans as students are of a variety of different levels and abilities in our classes. Perhaps this isn’t included because it is assumed all students are grouped not by age, but by English ability and therefore, will all be on the same level of English. If not, I think these lesson plans should have some sort of section for teachers to plan what they will do with students who finish the activity before everyone and those who find the activity too difficult to complete as is.