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lesson plan submission

Unread post by winnie w »

Hi all. I have finished the online course of 120 hours and is pending submission of the lesson plan before getting the certificate.
But i noticed that the sheet given by the system is not long enough. if you have the same problem? I dont know what to do now.
thx dear
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Re: lesson plan submission

Unread post by Briona »

Hi there,

Online TEFL courses use different platforms, so without knowing which course you're taking or having experience of that particular course, it's difficult to offer tailored advice.

Have you checked if it's a box that extends as you type? If it isn't, you need to write in a clear and concise manner, avoiding any unnecessary words, e.g., "Explain the task to the students and give them the handout" (11 words) versus "Explain task and give students handout" (6 words).

If you need to reduce the number of characters (letters/symbols), you can abbreviate some common words, e.g., students = Ss, teacher = T, whiteboard = WB, handout = HO, homework = HW, etc.

Hope that helps.

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Re: lesson plan submission

Unread post by Lucy »

I agree with Briona

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