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Flagstaff
Grammar is often said to be the tree trunk and branches of a language while vocabulary and functions are the leaves that add the beauty and variety. Certainly one does not appear so attractive and app
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Fort Beaufort
As an Instructor in the Army I relied heavily upon creating lesson plans for all of my lessons. It was generally within the same structure as outlined in the unit. I found them extremely useful, part
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Gcuwa
Being an effective teacher is primarily attitude. Regardless of the preparation given to the lesson, the experience of the students or the structure of the lesson plan, if the teacher's attitude is n
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Gonubie
I found this unit to be very informative. It brings together many of the previous units and starts building on them. The video complimented the text well particularly with respect to the lesson struct
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Graaff Reinet
We often listen or read for specific information. For example, we look in a newspaper to find a football result, we listen to the news, only concentrating when a particular story comes up. Sometimes w
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Grahamstown
After having finished with this unit I feel more aware about teaching environment such us Organization and managing different situations. How to deal with different personalities and improve in the be
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Hankey
After finishing with this unit I fell confident about teaching pronunciation and phonology. The phonetic charts included will help me as a guide in the future. I have been collecting every unit to use
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Hofmeyr
In this unit, they discussed about the different types of methodologies, techniques and proper ways of correcting a student. They gave a very good explanation on how each methodolgy or approach benefi
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Humansdorp
This unit contains techniques and definitions to fully understand how the present tense works. Each type of the tense was explained very thoroughly so that the student will not get confused. Because w
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Jansenville
In this unit, we studied about the different class management techniques that you can use in real life situations. Knowing that simple things such as eye contact, gestures, tone and pace of voice trul
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Jeffreys Bay
In this unit, it was properly explained how past tense works and how to make appropriate sentences depending on the time the action happened. Because the structure was vaguely similar to present tense
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Kenton on Sea
The information given in a defining relative clause is essential to the meaning of the sentence. The information given in a non defining relative clause is not essential to the meaning of the sentence
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King William's Town
In a multilingual class the students are from various nationalities. Such classes are normally found in countries where English is the native language and the students are either residing there or are
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Kirkwood
This unit discussed about what are the factors that we need to know when introducing a new language to students. It briefly discussed about the difficulty that a student might encounter when introduce
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Lady Frere
The unit discussed about all the types or forms of the future tenses. It was clearly explained that there are 7 possible ways on how a person can express himself in the future tense. At first taking c
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Lady Grey
This unit clearly explains how one can make an appropriate lesson plan for the class. This unit covers about the parts of the lesson plan that you need to accomplish and its functiona. It also explain
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Maclear
This unit was very interesting because it provided us two videos of a teacher doing the appropriate and inappropriate aspect of teaching. On the first video he clearly showed his lack of interest, rud
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Madadeni
This unit explained the difference between the productive and receptive skills needed in using a language. It explained about the ways on how to motivate the students in reading or listening to a new
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Mandini
This unit discussed about the ways on how to teach productive skills in english such as writing and speaking. This unit also discussed about the importance of games and how it will be helpful in motiv
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Matatiele
This unit discussed about the importance of intonation, stress and the use of phonemes for correct pronunciation. It discussed that the spelling in english can be similar but the meaning is clearly di
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Middelburg
This unit discussed about the course materials that can be used for teaching our future students. It clearly differentiate the types of materials that can be used for the better good of the students.
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Molteno
This unit discussed about the different types of evaluation that a student can take. It also explained what are the different types of evaluation that we aspiring teachers can use in our class. We can
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Mount Fletcher
This unit discussed about the different ways on how to make sentences in the different types or categories of conditionals. It was clearly helpful that knowing the structure of the sentences will help
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Mthatha
This unit explained about the different teaching aids and equipments that we can use for our future endeavors. It was very helpful that they added reference websites that could help us in the future w
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Nieu Bethesda
This unit clearly explained the types of students that we might encounter the future. This unit gave tips and advices on how to handle the different types of clients that we might encounter. It was al
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Oyster Bay
This unit discussed about the different problems that a teacher can encounter in his or her class. It was explained that even though learning is important building rapport at the first lesson is as mu
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Patensie
I enjoyed the fact that this unit provides a clear distinction between the different structures that can be employed to deliver an ESL class. I definitely resonate with the use of the ‘patchwork’
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Paterson
Learning tenses is going to be difficult and having a thorough understanding of it myself is the only way to convincingly teach others of the correct usage. I think the best way to memorise will be t
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Port Alfred
I feel that this topic comes much more naturally to me than the grammar topics do. I find the psychology behind strategies such as classroom seating and engagement to be extremely valuable as they can
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Port Elizabeth
Conceptually this is a difficult topic for me to get a grasp of. I know I will take further notes of the individual quirks of continuity in the past tense and hopefully with practice, I will become mo
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Port St. Johns
Whilst this topic definitely does come more naturally than past and present tenses, I will still need to devote time to creating my own rules and pneumonics to remember the differences between tenses.
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Queenstown
This topic interests me a lot! I find formulating a structure of a lesson that will be successful and produce meaningful results for my students an extremely exciting part of becoming a teacher. I th
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Somerset East
This has been my favourite part of the course so far! I love being able to see the application of the ESA format and how much the teacher’s approach and application can determine the outcome of the
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St Francis Bay
Having studied another language with an entirely different grammatical system, I can fully appreciate the difficulty that can come with expressing oneself clearly and precisely in writing - compared t
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Steynsburg
Being a teacher is first and foremost about communicating information in a way that it can be received by the student. In order to make this effective (and efficient), I think understanding the import
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Stutterheim
It comes as no surprise to me that phonetics is HARD! As a topic that comes completely innate to an English speaker, I will have to invest time - likewise tenses - into learning the content of a phone
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Tarkastad
I think this lesson cements the need of a good teacher to be well prepared for their class content no matter what level they are teaching to. A good teacher is able to employ a variety of different t
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Uitenhage
Understanding the certifications that will inspire a lot of senior students to perform is essential in understanding the long term goals of being an English teacher. Most students who choose to study
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UMthatha
Thankfully, this unit whilst complicated, does come more naturally as compared to previous grammar units but some of the alternatives are definitely common errors that even native speakers are prone t
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Whittlesea
Whilst it is hard to know the specifics of the facilities that will be available in any given classroom, increasingly teachers are equipped with a wider range of technologies and tools to enhance the
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Zwelitsha
Whilst I have studied transitive and intransitive verbs along with relative clauses in my studies of my own second language, the application of their use in English is EXTREMELY different. Unfortunate
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