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Saks
When I read through the material I began thinking about my own classes and noticed the similarities between the proposed lesson plans and the lesson plans produced by my co-teacher. The ESA technique
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Salem
When teaching tense in class students are often confused when to use what tense and look to their instructors for guidance. Being confused leads to the student being unsure as to when to the usage o
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Samantha
Classroom management can affect the whole class from beginning to end and can mean the difference between a successful lesson or one that ends with none of the students understanding the goal of the l
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Samson
The different forms of the past tense can be confusing even for english speakers who are native to the language. It is important that a clear understanding of the tense: simple past, past perfect, pas
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Sand Rock
An element of fun goes a long way in aiding and forever giving joy to the students who learn X, Y, and Z from a teacher. I deeply appreciate all the teachers in my life who went the extra mile in inc
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Sanford
Being able to use a language largely depends on a student’s ability to learn new vocabulary, and identifying when and how speech patterns are formed for different situations. Without these two thing
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Saraland
The future like the past tense can be confusing with so many similar usage parameters. It is very interesting to see this laid out so succinctly. Similarly to the past array of tense, the future follo
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Sardis City
Unit 6 has provided a great deal of information in regards to professional development. As a teacher of the English language in a foreign country, a plethora of considerations are in order to be succ
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Satsuma
Lesson planning is where a teacher prepares for their future classes and records what will be needed for the lesson to be easy for the students to practice the target information or concepts. They bec
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Sawyerville
The first video had many things wrong from the moment the teacher started the lesson. From the way, he watched his cell phone during their activity to admonishing the students. It made students disint
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Sayre
I believe that teaching receptive skills opens up new territory for students as they can consume information that they are interested in and learn English through enjoyment. Whether listening to
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Scottsboro
The productive skills are writing and speaking. These are outwardly the most popular skills that students in a school are judged by for their accuracy and fluency although they are equally as importan
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Seale
This lesson was on pronunciation and phonetics. As a native English speaker, we don't give a thought as to how our own language sounds until we are teaching it to children. Most children are very self
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Section
When conducting a class, a textbook and supporting materials can be used to engage students and keep their interest in learning English. It removes a lot of pressure from the teacher to produce a who
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Selfville
Tests are a great way to examine the progress of students and determine their weak points or places in need of further review or explanation. At the beginning of the unit, tutorials and evaluations by
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Selma
This unit was about conditional and reported tense. While not the most important language point, it still causes students confusion. Five forms of the conditional are described in the unit and each fo
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Selmont-West Selmont
Unit 6: Professional development. Some cultural issues teacher should be aware while teaching in different regions of the world.Ways of seeking,applying for and keeping employment.Examinations we can
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Seminole
Even the most basic forms of equipment and teaching aids help students of any classroom focus. These aids help students focus their attention on what is being taught and important things to note. Each
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Semmes
After the completion of Unit 1, I have gained a better understanding of what defines a good teacher and student. A certain standard of guidelines needs to be followed in order to provide a posit
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Sheffield
Unit 2 is a comprehensive guide introducing the basics of English Grammar. It emphasizes what constitutes a complete and proper sentence along with outlining its structure. In Unit 2 we are giv
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Shelby
Unit 3 goes in detail over various methodologies and approaches to teaching English. Different techniques and methods can be utilized to effectively teach English with an emphasis on flexibilit
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Shelby County
Unit 2 Teaching and learning.Many roles of a teacher and a learner.Teacher can be as an instructor,facilitator, mentor,psychologist,etc.Teaching adults: pluses and minuses.Specifics between teaching g
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Shiloh
In Unit 4 the Tense System is explained and how we interpret time in English. We interpret this through three basic time principles of past, present, and future. The unit further goes to catego
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Shoal Creek
In unit 3: Course development was covered level testing and needs analysis to find out what our clients need or want to be taught.Types of syllabus: The structural syllabus (grammar) Functional(commun
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Shorter
Unit 5 discusses the necessary framework to foster a successful classroom environment. A teacher’s mannerisms along with how tasks are delegated, and delivery of lessons is discussed. Unit 5 expla
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Silas
Unit 6 further expands upon the tense system but delves further into past tense examples. It follows similar guidelines of the previous tense unit but relates more to things from a previous time peri
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Silverhill
Unit 7 outlines the necessary steps in order to teach a new language. Key points include a foundation in vocabulary, grammar, and language functions which follow a similar structure established in Un
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Sims Chapel
In this unit, I learned much more about the effective structures and activities that can be used to organize the lesson plan. All three stages in the ESA structure play a very important role in helpin
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Sipsey
Unit 8 completes the cycle of the tense system that was covered in previous units. This unit relates to future tense and the seven structures used to relay this point in time. Much like previous ite
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Skyline
Unit 9 covers what is necessary to develop and implement a lesson plan. It highlights the benefits of having a lesson plan and how it can complement the lesson being introduced. The lesson plan is i
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Slocomb
Unit 10 gives a comparison of two lesson plans. Both lessons follow an ESA structure but the enthusiasm of the teacher receives more engagement from the students in the second example. The teacher's
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Smiths Station
Unit 4 was all about the four aspects of present tenses. This includes the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Within each of those aspects, the forms
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Smoke Rise
Unit 5 reminded me a lot about my current job. At my current job, I work with a group of trainees weekly and coach them into the routine of their jobs. It is not always easy to have their full undivid
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Snead
Unit 11 discusses the four staples of receptive learning. These include reading, listening, writing, and speaking. The unit further goes into details about the fundamentals of receptive learning and
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Snow Hill
This unit gave me a lot more perspective on setting up a regular day in the classroom. I compare what I have been learning in this course to my current job. I am a manager at a phone retail company wh
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Somerville
Unit 12 transitions from receptive skills discussed in Unit 11 to productive skills. These include speaking and writing and how they are integrated into the ESA system. It emphasizes the importance
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South Vinemont
This unit covered the individual parts of a sentence. The overall focus was grammar. I learned how to classify the parts of a sentence as well as what makes a sentence correct. I also learned the diff
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Southside
Unit 13 covers the methods for teaching pronunciation and phonology through the physical properties of sound. Complexities of how we articulate sounds and its different properties is discussed. 3 ke
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Spanish Fort
This unit is about the various teaching techniques, theories, and methodologies. There are many approaches to teaching language, so it can be difficult to know which approach is best. We can consider
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Spring Garden
This unit focuses on the present tense forms of sentences. I learned about the tense system and how different tense systems are used in various areas of the world. For an EFL teacher, it is practical
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Spring Hill
Unit Five focuses on class management. It explains the different types of student groupings and class arrangements, and it outlines the pros and cons of each group and arrangement. This unit also cove
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Spring Valley
This unit gave me an overview about the relation between the students and the teacher. As someone who is new to teaching, I learned a lot from this unit. This intensified my interest to be able to tea
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Springville
Unit 14 discusses the differences between authentic and created materials in the classroom. Each have there benefits and how they can be utilized in the classroom. The unit further goes on to explai
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Sprott
Unit 15 goes through the different means of how teachers evaluate and administer tests to their students. It discusses the intentions and purposes of specific tests and when they should be given. Ex
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Spruce Pine
Watching these videos allowed me to better put in perspective what good and bad lessons look like. The first video really opened my eyes on how not setting up the right lesson plan can sabotage the re
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St. Clair County
This unit provides the teacher with very interesting and useful information. It explains clearly the differences between the authentic and non-authentic materials while explores the ways to use them s
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St. Clair Springs
This unit was very engaging as I learnt new interesting ideas concerning the teaching themes. This unit explores different teaching strategies which I found very useful in order to make a lesson plan
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St. Florian
This is the hardest unit I have read so far. I have been reading this for a day now and the more ai read ut, the more I get to understand its content. This unit plays a very important role in giving m
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St. Stephens
In this unit, I learned of the different activities that produce fluency and accuracy in the classroom. The difference and structure of these controlled and guided activities allowed me to think of th
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Standing Rock
I have learned a lot from this unit. This unit taught me how I could manage the classroom in the near future and how I can respond to different classroom situations. It feels like everything I need to
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