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This unit has provided me with an overview of how to manage a class using eye contact, gesture, the voice, student names, the grouping of students, classroom arrangements, the teacher's position withi
This unit gives information about why and how to teach the receptive skills that is reading and listening. While reading or listening we use predictive skills, scanning, skimming,reading thoroughly an
UNIT 19 EXPLAINS YOU HOW TO TEACH AND BE READY TO TEACH TO DIFFERENT KIND OF GROUPS, SUCH BEGINNERS, WHICH THEY CAN VERY SUPER INTERESTED IN LEARNING OR MUCH LESS, CAUSE THE NEED DIDN'T COME FROM THEI
Within this unit, I learnt what kinds of materials can be used while teaching. One type of such aid is created materials and the other is course books. There are differences between these and all of t
In this Unit I have learned about the most common methodologies for EFL. I've learned about the ESA method. This method creates good opportunities for students to be motivated, exposed to the language
This lesson covered some of the different tools that are used by teachers and usually readily available in language schools. Some of the tools included are white boards, interactive white boards, over
This unit is all about the different future tenses used in the English language. There are 7 different tenses in total, and because there are so many, and because each has its own specific uses, they
Without having just read this lesson, I most definitely could not have expressed the difference between those tense forms. I think native English speakers also tend to use short cuts to express these
I was previously in a teaching situation where the textbook was chosen for me and I was not allowed to deviate from the textbook. I was allowed to supplement but never omit. There were also situations
Unit 12 is about teaching productive skills which are speaking and writing, both equal, at the same level of relevance. The teacher, as usual, should be able to create a lesson that involves all the s
I enjoyed learnig about different methodologies and about the ESA and elicitation techniques. It is useful to name different teaching techniques for each phase so teachers can speak they same "languag
I have learnt some things from this unit. Often the teachers find challenging to encourage students to speak, even more with bigger groups. Giving them time to prepare is something important that I am
This unit covers how to teach different types of students. It talks about teaching beginners, young children, teaching English for business, and teaching mono and multilingual classes. There are many
UNIT 15 HELPS TO KNOW HOW TO EVALUATE AND TEST THE STUDENTS. THERE ARE BASICALLY THREE LEVELS SUCH AS TUTORIALS, EVALUATION BY THE STUDENTS AND TESTS. TUTORIAL CAN BE USED FOR THE SINGLE STUDENT OR A
In unit 3 the main themes presented are various ways and methods of teaching the English language to students however one of the widely supported approach is ESA, Engage, Study, Activate. This process
From this unit, it can be concluded that being able to balance the many significant roles of a teacher can make for effective teaching as well as successful learning from students. For example, as a t
Understanding the variety of goals that a non-Native English speaker has for learning the language seems like it could really help tailor a program for the student. I had no idea how many different ty
This unit relates to lesson plans and highlights the benefits of having a lesson plan in order to be prepared for the objectives that the teacher would like to achieve during that time. It also emphas
UNIT 18 IS ABOUT THE MODALS, PHRASAL VERBS AND PASSIVE VOICE, WHICH THEY ALL CAN BE VERY DIFFICULT TO THE STUDENT TO UNDERSTAND, THAT’S WHY THE TEACHER SHOULD ALWAYS, DURING A CONVERSATION, TRYING T
This unit illustrates methodologies, theories and techniques. I have learnt none of them is the best, but this methodologies must be used depending on the culture, their needs, however, there are cert
from this last unit, we learned some of the most common problem situations that teachers can encounter in the classroom and also suggest ways of dealing with them. first lessons, these classes are vit
The pros and cons of using a book for our lessons is an analysis that every teacher should do. The unit gives goods reasons for either use it or not an way to complement your lessons. Very useful the
This unit covers the importance of the two receptive skills which are reading and listening. It says that reading is much easier than listening, for when a student is reading, he or she can take his o
THE TWO EXEMPLES HERE ARE VERY CLEAR. A PERSON CAN TOTALLY SEE THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TEACHER’S ROLE. THE REACTION OF THE STUDENTS IN BOTH VIDEOS IS STUNNING. IN THE FIRST ONE, IT IS EVIDENT THAT TH
UNIT 17 IS ABOUT THE EQUIPMENT AND TEACHING TIPS. TEACHERS HAVE MANY DIFFERENT WAYS TO TEACH AND GAIN STUDENTS’ ATTENTION. THESE DAYS SHOULD BE EASIER BECAUSE OF THE NUMBER OF THE TOOLS.
THERE IS TH
This unit gives a brief history of the different approaches and methods that have been used or are used for teaching languages. After the brief history, the unit discusses a combined approach taught
I have learnt so much from this unit on the methodologies of teaching and how they work in the classroom. I now know how the Engage, Study and Activate approach can be practiced and used to help motiv
This unit, is about teaching pronunciation and phonology, which seems to be one of the hardest topic in teaching. Besides that there is difference between British and American, the fact is that the te
This unit covers productive skills, these are speaking and writing. This are the skills the student needs in order to communicate. Teachers need their students to communicate in order to learn english
This unit taught the basics of how to teach vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. It pointed out what the teacher needs to consider when choosing what vocabulary to teach and th
I find that this unit is very informative and provide lots of teaching technique and theory. I would like to say that I am confident in using the ESA lesson in my future classroom as I find it pretty
Unit 14 is about course books and materials for the lessons. It says that the books are for sure an important tool for teaching, but also it’ s not the best and should not be the only way of teachin
UNIT 8 IS ABOUT THE FUTURE, ONE OF THE MOST COMPLEX TENSE. WE HAVE 7 TENSES, WHICH THEY CAN BE CONFUSING TO THE STUDENTS AND FOR TEACHER TOO. WE HAVE FUTURE SIMPLE, WHICH IS USED FOR PROMISES, FUTURE
In my time learning languages, often most of the lessons were developed around a situation. These would be broad situations like "First Meetings" or "Going to School". Under this umbrella they would i
This unit is about teaching receptive skills, these are reading and listening. There are different types of reasons for listening and reading either for a purpose or for entertainment. As well as read
This unit covers mainly evaluation and testing students. There are 4 kinds of tests. First one is placement test which is taken before starting a course to check the current level of English. Second o
This unit discusses multiple aspects involved with maintaining a classroom. This goes from the most basic ideas, such as how to arrange the desks in the classroom or whether to stand or sit, to more
The topic of unit 11 was teaching receptive language skills which includes reading and listening comprehension through many outlets of auditory and visual input. For example, reading signs or instruct
The sequential ESA methodology is a good framework for a new teacher to follow when making their lesson plan.
A lesson plan is an aid to help the teacher decide the learning goals and what she hopes
This unit has helpfully introduced the variety of methods and structures used in various ways to engage, study and activate student learning of new vocabulary.
A new teacher of English as a Foreign
Speaking and writing skills can be developed in the classroom with the right teacher input and lesson planning. Students need to be interested in the topic and feel that they are able to contribute by
I didn't really know much about the twelve tenses and their forms taught by the EFL before this unit so I have taken many notes. Notetaking seems to be an active way for me to learn and to retain the
Pronunciation and phonology are whole subjects in themselves and could be a lot of fun to teach in a class. I feel it would be beneficial to spend a little time in each lesson on the subject in prepar
This unit covers the conditionals and direct and indirect speech and how to teach these effectively in the lesson. There are 5 kinds of conditionals(zero,first,second,third and mixed)and the way to di
Unit 7 covers teaching vocabulary, grammatical structure and language functions. When teaching vocabulary it is important to look at the appropriacy to the students, teachability and how frequently th
The main three topics covered in unit 18 were modals, phrasal verbs, and usage of passive voice. Modals involve the use of 12 different auxillary modal verbs and how to use them correctly when speakin
I enjoyed this chapter a lot. It is definitely a good refresher on my present tense. I have learned in depth the difference of present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect
In this unit, I learnt about the 3 types of phrasal verbs, relative clauses passive voice in different tenses and modal verbs. Regarding the modal verbs I have learnt how they are different from each
A greater emphasis was placed on the English tense system due to the challenging nature of comprehension for a majority of students in this area. The present simple, present perfect, present perfect c
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