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Has anyone had their ITTT TEFL final lesson plan accepted?

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  • Mark
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    13 April, 2018 at 10:45
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    Hello, I am an online ESL teacher and have been teaching for a few years and decided to get my TEFL through ITTT. Like the other posts here, I am stumped with the final ESL lesson plan which we have to submit. I have submitted once and got much of the same critique that others showed on this site but many of the “corrections” seem subjective and sometimes vague.

    Has anyone had their ITTT TEFL final lesson plan accepted? If so, I would greatly appreciate a side-by-side comparison of someone’s rejected then accepted submissions so I can understand what they are looking for. Please note I have no intention of copying someone else’s work. I simply want to understand what it is they are actually looking for in a successful lesson plan.

    Thank you in advance!

    Koko
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    1 June, 2018 at 7:29
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    Tutors have something specific in mind

    Hi Mark,

    Has your submitted lesson plan been accepted after that? Now I am in the same stage to resubmit my lesson plan for present continuous with one usage.

    I also have same impression with others that the comments from the tutor seems they have a certain thing that they want me to do accurately but it is still not clarified through three times communications. I am appreciated if you help me to understand what they intend to mean. As you may know, I do not assume to copy your plan.

    Regards,

    Koko

    Boy-T
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    2 October, 2018 at 9:55
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    Requesting for a sample of an approved lesson plan on present continuous tense.

    Hey, I do have a similar problem like others except for the fact that mine has not yet been submitted. I am currently carrying a research on making an effective lesson plan. My topic is the same: present continuous tense. I wish to see a sample of it. It is not my intention to copy. I am capable of making my own, once I see a sample. Thank you in advance for providing this forum to post my worries.

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