Authentic and created teaching materials as well as the course book should be balanced in order to provide the most effective studying. Based on my personal experience, a colourful, bright and interes
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This unit, the last of the grammar work in this course, talks about modal verbs, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. The modal verbs are as follows: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, m
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I learnt that in this un?t. there are many teaching equipments. I learnt that how to use board effectively. such as we should avoid unnecessary capitalisation.there are advantages and disadvantages of
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In this second unit we had an introduction to English grammatical system, that covered the most commonly needed areas that we are likely to find ourselves teaching in the years to come. We examined al
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Unit 5 shares how to properly manage classes. For a teacher to manage a class well, he or she must have good organizational skills, as well as the ability to be both friendly and firm with the student
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This unit covers the grammar points for conditional (sentences/phrases) and for direct-to-reported speech. While both of these concepts are used on the regular for native English speakers, it can be d
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This unit discussed the various tools that can be used in modern classrooms and the advantages they carry. Simple tools such as cassette tapes and whiteboards to WIBs and OHPs. All have specific advan
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This unit is about course books and other lesson materials. It first discusses the pros and cons of authentic versus created materials and gives examples of each. Authentic materials include items s
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I used to the same mistake as Simon did in the first lesson at the Activate part, students usually got confused and couldn't follow the rules I gave them. After the second video, I realized it was d
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This unit fully deals with stuctures and usages of the different conditionals and reported speech. It gives with accuracy the various ways to understanding and utilizing them, mainly laying in emphasi
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I this unit I have learned the difference between authentic material and created classroom material. I learned when and where you should use them, as well as when you should modify them to fit the nee
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In this unit, I learned how lesson planning can be used as a guideline to organize a class. It does not need to be a strict script to follow, but a lesson plan is a good way to stay organized and mee
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I understand that creating certain categories for students can be useful to have clear strategies for teaching effectively. Nevertheless, I believe that all students have similar needs: teaching shoul
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This unit presented different ways to test a student's English language abilities in order to place them in a class suitable to their level, as well as ways to test a student's progress throughout the
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In this unit we look at the different tests and evaluation used for English and sometimes other foreign languages. It is indispensable to be able to test each student at the beginning of a course usin
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This unit has detailed the various tenses used to express future events. These are simple future, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous and the "going to" forms. The structures
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I have learnt about non-verbal communication such as eye contact and gestures as well as voice. I have also learned about the advantages and disadvantages of working as a class, in pairs, individually
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EFL methodologies(grammar-translation, lingualism, ppp, task based, clt, cll, the silent way, suggestopaedia, the lexical approach), there are many different types of methodologies. And then especiall
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This unit is conditionals and reported speech. It looks at the grammar and at the different forms of conditional sentences and how to teach them in the classroom. They are 4 different conditionals, ze
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I reflect the content of this unit as the core of the English language. I have learned that a lot of the words in this unit are so commonly used by native English speakers enough to not have to think
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Unit 11 is about the first part of important basic skills in English language as well as in any language which is receptive skills. Under this receptive skills we have reading and listening. In this I
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This unit gives information on different methodologies (specifically EFL) when teaching English as a foreign or second language. The different methodologies include: grammar-translation, audio-lingual
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Unit 7 goes over the components of teaching of a new language. There are three main components when it comes to teaching a new language, which are vocabulary, grammar structures, and language function
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This unit was very useful for me, I understood what is good tacher and how good student should look like. Of course, this unit showed me what motivates students to learn new language and another side
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The chapter was consistent with what I have studied and experienced during my 40+ years of teaching. My favorite classroom arrangement is horseshoe because I am able to establish eye contact with all
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In this unit I've learnt that lesson planning is an important instrument for the teacher, but it must also be flexible and ready to be adapted to the students' needs. It's important to write down the
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Teaching a new language isn't solely about teaching vocabulary, grammar, or usage by themselves. They must be taught together for a full appreciation and understanding of the language. Some methods us
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There are four things that new students need to do with a new language: be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it's constructed and be able to practise and produce it. Grammar is oft
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New Hampshire
I agree to the fact that writing tends to be neglected in most cases as speaking is considered majorly the only aim of learning English language. They should be taught hand in hand , teachers should c
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New Jersey
Before evaluating a students knowledge level a teacher must be guided properly, so for future teachers like me it is important to seek the help of text books first and familiarise myself with the leve
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New Mexico
This topic has always been tricky for me, however this unit has been clear and summarized enough to understand that the parts of speech indicate how the words function in meaning as well as grammatica
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New York
unit 18 expresses the modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice.Model auxiliary verbs can be used to express obligations, possibility, permission, ability, advice. Examples for model auxiliary verbs are
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North Carolina
In this unit I learned a lot about how to plan a lesson and why planning a lesson is important, as it helps the teacher to organize each lesson and adapt it to the student's needs, it's also a working
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North Dakota
I have learnt the various roles a teacher needs to assume in order to be effective at his/her job. I've also learnt about when each role needs to be assumed and how to effectively interact with studen
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I found the overview of different teaching methods very interesting, and mostly liked all of the ideas that will make class more varied and fun for the student, but will also motivate them to USE what
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As a new ESL teacher, this was a really important unit to cover because I will likely encounter different groups of students over the course of my teaching career. Different types of students will hav
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This unit was about past tenses, their form and usage. There were also examples of useful activities for the activate stage in an ESA lessons. The unit also focused on common mistakes/errors made by s
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There are four things students need to do with new language:be exposed to it,understand its meaning,understand how it's constructed and be able to practise and produce it.Vocabulary,grammar and funct
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Rhode Island
The parts of speech that every ESL student should learn are: nouns, verbs, helping verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, articles, and conjunctions. Obviously they will be introduced ind
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South Carolina
In this unit, we reviewed the four present tense structures and their use: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present continuous. Each form has three aspects: positive, negative,
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This unit was very informative and enjoyable to study. I am very interested in the practical applications, like desk arrangements, that optimize student engagement in the classroom. When I was a stude
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I have always wondered if teachers or English courses in general provided regular tests like how they do in grade school here but I guess as the unit says, it depends on the school and then the teache
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It was most useful to remind myself of the different rules that help students better understand the placement of certain parts of speech and how to explain them in a simple way e.g. order of adjective
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As a teacher of very young kids, I'm mostly focusing my lessons on listening, the reading part consisting mostly of phonics and short words given as examples, but both come with their comparable hurdl
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This unit was very helpful for me. I learned important grammar on this unit. Model Auxiliary Verbs with Its usages. Teaching ideas, Active and passive voice with its forms and usages, Relative Clauses
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These video lessons made abundantly clear the issues that can be created when a teacher does not apply himself to appropriate methodologies in teaching. The preparedness and attitude of the teacher in
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West Virginia
Unit 18 phrasal verbs and passive voice, talked about different types of structures for verbs. During this lesson, I found the first part simple, but I had a little bit of difficulty on the last 3 que
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In this chapter I learned how to teach new material to a class. The structure of teaching and ways to engage students. This lesson is very important in order to teach more efficiently. I like how t
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In this unit I have learned more aspects of the complicated topic of the pronunciation and the phonology. Many learners have a hard time polishing their pronunciation, that is why us as teachers sho
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