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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:
Classroom DisciplineWhen first entering a class it is important to sent up guidelines and rules right away. The students need to realize the teacher is not their buddy. Using the first lesson for new students in Lesson 20 of the tesol course can be used to help facilitate this. It has the ability to set the tone for the classroom, getting the students involved and learning about the teacher as well as the teacher gaining more insight on the students. Throughout the course of teaching the students, the teacher must be keep the rules consistent and consistently enforce them. It is very important when disciplining, that the students do not feel a personal attack and for the teacher to remain calm and poised. The manner in which a teacher disciplines can turn against them, the teacher needs to be taken serious but not be too serious. When disciplining students enforce the rules, but do it with a smile. Keep it light so the students do not feel that you are upset or so you do not upset the entire class. The idea is for the teacher to keep their patience and stay calm. In order to help with this, the teacher needs to be diligent in recognizing potential problems that can occur during the lesson plan and have a plan on how they will deal with this. In the lesson plan template, there are