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Petrus Steyn
in this unit we have been looking at the productive skills, that is, the speaking and writing skills. going a head to look at the differences between fluency and accuracy. it should also be noted that
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In this unit we are looking at teaching receptive skills which are listening and reading. we looked at reasons for reading and listening could be for any of these reasons, for a purpose, for entertain
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this units talks about pronunciation and phonology. phonemes:each sound represent a sound in English such as; Go, show, dough, etc. we are no longer concern with how a word is traditionally spelled.
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this unit talks about books and materials that teachers could use for teaching. Authentic materials are any information a teacher could read or listened to. They include; programs, magazines, news pap
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this unit talks about evaluating students. In this unit, we look at the different levels of evaluating students' level and progress, as well as some common external exams that we need to prepare stude
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This unit talks about conditionals "if" with expressions such as "when" which refers to past, present and Future possibilities. The five main conditionals are as follows: Zero conditional,it refers to
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In this unit I learned about the various teaching aids and equipment available in classrooms and study centers in order to help improve instruction. I really feel that the use of more interactive meth
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unit 18 talks about Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. modal auxiliary verbs include: could, can, should, would etc.they can be used to express a number of different ideas such as: obligations,
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unit 19 is all about teaching special groups such as: teaching beginners; these group of students could absolute beginners, that is students who don't know English at all false beginners, young and ad
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unit 20 looks at the common problems teachers can encounter in a classroom. Examples of such problems include: meeting students for the first lesson. withe the first lesson the teacher can meet a new
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I found Unit 7 to be extremely valuable. Unit 7 gives a comprehensive overview on teaching a new language. Grammar, vocabulary, and functions are all crucial branches of the English language and it's
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In this unit I learned about teaching changes that would be required for special groups and how to adapt my approach in order to best serve the needs of my potential students. I really enjoyed the sec
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The first half of this unit was very straightforward with no problems. It was easy to match up the questions and answers because of how unit 9 was set up. I did have trouble with the last half of this
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This unit discussed the most common problems and situations that occur in the classroom. It explained about the methods that can be used to deal with these problems. For example, how to deal with mixe
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Thaba Nchu
This unit to me was the most straight forward. It went over the different stages of the main concepts such as activate, study and engage. I feel like one of the most important is choosing a topic a te
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Unit 3 covers the different methodologies and techniques that are consistently under debate as to which one will provide the best results for the students. Each methodology and technique has a specifi
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Within Unit 4, we learn about the four different present tenses and what makes each tense different from the other. From the first look, it can be seen as to how an English language learner can have s
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Course book and materials are essential part of the classroom when you begin to start teaching. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of course book/authentic material/creative material. I personal
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This unit is important to knowing the different kinds of tests used for different situations in the classroom. I feel evaluations are important for the classroom and gauging where your students are in
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Van Stadensrus
This unit was a mixture of a old unit and the beginning of a new unit. The overview I'm speaking of is going over the past simple, past perfect, present continuous. Knowing what number is the conditio
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This unit dealt with the electronics and teaching aids in the classroom. Having the right equipment is essential for a great classroom experience. Having the proper video equipment and cassette tape i
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Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice was an interesting unit. I believe it's clear to see when a sentence is "passive" but not to a person who hasn't learned the different tones in English. The mos
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This unit was all about teaching special groups. It's important to know your audience when you're teaching English. Most job offers in my countries of choice have jobs dealing with young learners so k
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The last unit goes over crucial elements of a classroom. Like for instance, what not to do in the first lesson would be not to fill the lesson plan with grammar exercises. A good activity for class mo
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Future tense in the English language can be very hard to understand for any new learner because there is so much to know if a student would like to speak with correct grammar. If a student wants to sp
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In Unit 5, we establish different ways to provide proper classroom management. These different ways include how to properly balance student talk time with teacher talk time, how to go about seating ar
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Within Unit 6, we learn about the differences between the four past tenses. Compared to learning about the present tenses, learning the past tenses comes a bit easier as it is not as complex as the pr
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Within Unit 7, we see how the ESA methods can be applied when it comes to teaching students about grammar, new vocabulary, and functions. Beginning with vocabulary, the straight arrow ESA method can e
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Teaching the future tense to new learners is another lesson that may take up quite a bit of time in order to make sure that all students feel comfortable with each of the forms. Even though Unit 8 onl
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Utilizing a lesson plan can create a space to organize the ideas that you want to utilize in a specific lesson. By having everything written out in front of you, it will allow you to go over the time
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By watching both videos, we are able to see the differences between a lesson that is run properly compared to a lesson that needs a bit of improvement. In the first video, it is clear from the beginni
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Reading and listening are only two of the four basic skills in learning a language, actually in learning in general. If a discussion is brought up during class about a specific topic, a student may au
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