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Class Recognition TEFL
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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:
Cultural Sensitivity in the Class RoomWhen teaching English in a classroom setting a teacher can soon discover that the educational setting they received their education can be radically different than the one they now find themselves in. It can be shockingly easy to offend a student to the point where they no longer want to learn English. Although culture shock is always difficult some basic and simple rules can be put in place to find out how to manage a classroom in a different culture. One important step is to know how education is viewed in the culture. In some cultures teachers are revered and given great respect, to the point that students feel rude asking questions. In other?s education (especially compulsory and public) is viewed with suspicion and doubt. It is important to know how your students will feel about teachers and school in general before they arrive. In some cultures corporal punishment is totally forbidden, but in others it is almost mandatory. This is one issue where teachers will need to know the cultural expectations around teachers. students may fear teachers because they have been hit or verbally abused in the past. It is important to use effective non-physical discipline to keep students engaged without resorting to violence with alienates students. Another