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Alma
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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Alpena
"Lesson planning" is a very serious issue for a teacher and especially for an inexperienced one. There are many different opinions/schools of thought on this,but for sure a "lesson plan" must include
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Arkadelphia
In this unit I have learned about teaching vocabulary, how to select the vocabulary items that I want to teach and also what students need to know about vocabulary items for example the meaning, use,
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Arkansas City
Knowing how to teach different groups or individuals is vital to be successful at teaching ELL. Young learners need more structure and simple instructions with much patience. In my view, this would
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Ash Flat
In this unit we review a very emotive topic for English teachers; course books. Some teachers love them, others do not. What book to use is a very complex issue, therefore the unit tackles the use of
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Ashdown
This unit sheds light on the importance of both reading and listening. It identifies the different reasons of reading and listening, namely for purpose, and for entertainment. Moreover, it highlights
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Atkins
This unit covered conditionals and reported speech. It talked about how to tell the difference between reported speech and direct speech and broke down the different parts of speech between them. It a
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Augusta
First of all, Question number 10 was not covered in the Unit materials. This program could use a good edit and review by a varied group of different styles of English (British and American). As a fina
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Bald Knob
Grammar and vocabulary are very important in teaching ESA effectively. Teachers must prepare their students by exposing them to language, teaching meaning, as well as construction. The students also
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Barling
Overall, this unit was helpful to revisit some of the rules/guidelines that help determine which time to use at which context. I also believe that this is one of the most difficult parts to understand
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Barton
Many sections in this unit were complex and difficult to understand at times. The section I found the most difficult was the Phrasal Verbs (type 1 and type 2). I found phrasal verbs extremely complex
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Batesville
This unit needed to be separated into two or three units. There was a great deal of information being thrown out at once and I feel that the Phrasal Verb section was not explained in detail, at least
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Bauxite
This unit covered future tenses. It covered five different future tenses, a couple of those being “future simple” and “future continuous." Future simple tense affirmatives include, I shall, I wi
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Bay
This chapter gave me some good ideas on future lessons planning for grammar classes. As a performing arts teacher, my lesson plans look a lot different than ones in a grammar class might be, especiall
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Bearden
The content of unit 7 covers the four main areas in teaching a new language. These areas include exposure, meaning, construction and utilization. From the unit I have learned that these main areas are
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Beaver
Interesting unit. I imagine that it was to elaborate more on resources to use for learning tools as presented in previous units. I will be sure to research which links are no longer valid, and hold on
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Bee Branch
In this unit, it's mainly talking about coursebooks and lesson materials. We examine the issue as well as look at other sources of materials available for review in order to gain the mast from this le
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Beebe
I have learned about the sub present tenses and how to identify the tense of an example sentence: Present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous and all the different
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Bella Vista
Teaching of pronunciation is really important cause without a phonemic knowledge, the students can't know how to pronounce a world properly. The subject of Phonemic is so rich and is linked to linguis
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Bellefonte
The unit material covered modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice as well as points about phrasal verbs and relative clauses. Thought the basic rules for modal verbs was helpfully explained in ter
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Benton
I think that this was a pretty good unit. It did help to identify differences in multilingual versus monolingual class settings, as well as point out groups versus individuals, and finally young versu
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Bentonville
Unit 19 delves into the different dynamics associated with teaching special groups. In addition to teaching groups of adolescents, ESL teachers may find themselves teaching individual students, young
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Bergman
I believe I received another good overview in this chapter. Although I have learned the terminology and the specific grammar parts before, it was really good to "dust off" this knowledge. I think know
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Berryville
Very important and helpful unit, for anyone intersted in learning any new language. I actually recognized key elements in language learning that can be helpful in my advancement in language I am curre
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Bigelow
In this Unit I have learned that Phonology is the study, science, analysis, and classification of the physical properties of sounds. I learned a lot from the areas of stress, rhythm and intonation, as
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Biggers
Unit 14 is all about the use of coursebooks and materials for an English class. Materials can be divided up into two distinct categories; authentic materials and created. Authentic materials are any g
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Bismarck
Unit 17 covers the different types of equipment that ESL teachers can use during lessons. Some of the most common contemporary resources include computers, interactive whiteboards, and videos. I learn
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Black Oak
Managing classes Eye contact, gesture, and the voice what should we use when we're using our gestures, our voice 2-Grouping students and the factors A- Whole class grouping B
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Black Rock
Reading is as important as listening. Pre-teaching vocabularies can help students to grasp the content better that are to be discussed. After reading an article of a certain topic, when teachers want
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Blue Eye
Teacher’s attitude can change the atmosphere of the whole lesson. In the first video, the teacher tend to focus only in what he wants, and he ignored and rejected students’ answer even if they wer
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Bluff City
This unit shows how teachers can teach effectively by applying the ESA in the lessons. Students will be able to express themselves more and practice using the new language. Elicitation is important in
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Blytheville
this unit helps the reader understand how well to manage a classroom. for example from the start it teaches us the importance of eye contact, gestures and classroom arrangement and which arrangement i
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Boles
This unit defines the basic components of a sentence. A sentence is composed of subject + verb+ object. This unit also introduces the major types of nouns, adjectives, adverbs,verbs, gerunds, preposit
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Bonnerdale
This unit introduces the major theories, methods, and techniques of teaching. It sheds light on methodologies of teaching, such as grammar translation, audio-lingualism, task-based learning, community
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Bono
This unit explained the variety of ways a student is evaluated or tested prior to a course, during a course and afterwards. I learned that diagnostic tests are often given prior to a course to evaluat
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Booneville
I suspect that I will need to review the videos once more paying closer attention as I am somewhat uncertain of the correct answers on this test. However, I think the most important lesson we can lear
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Boxley
I found much of the information presented in this unit beneficial and informative. I’ve always focused on reading, writing and speaking, but didn’t realize the importance of listening (unless it w
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Bradley
This unit was an overview of various teaching aids. I think that while some of the information in this lesson was relevant and helpful- such as the parts about IWBs and OHPs which are still regularly
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Branch
This unit introduces the teaching of productive skills, which consist of speaking and writing. While speaking and writing are different in many ways, they both are used for the same purpose-to communi
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Brinkley
I learned that teaching and learning should be cooperated. Both teachers and learners should do their parts in order to have a successful lessons and therefore helps the students to improve. Teachers
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Brookland
This unit taught the importance and drawbacks of using course books and authentic material in the classroom versus the benefits of using created or substituted materials. While authentic materials (ma
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Bruno
In this Unit I learned that receptive skills consists of reading and listening and that both of them are equally important when we incorporate them into our lessons. Reading and listening can be place
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Bryant
I have learned many fun games in order to elicit interest. I have also learned the basics to creating a lesson plan using the ESA method. I learned that teacher talk time is not always necessary and
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Buffalo City
Evaluation was too often linked with ranking in my past as a young student and I am glad to see that ranking is not mentioned in this unit. It is important to me to use as many techniques I can to av
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Bull Shoals
This unit teaches teacher a few ways to teach students. Teachers should be able to decide which method to use during each activity. There are times where teachers require accuracy or fluency. But they
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Burlington
This unit outlined how to teach special groups, specifically young learners and those learning English for business. I learned that teaching children can often be the most rewarding because of their e
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Cabot
Quite a challenging unit. Past tenses is again as with many other aspects of the English language, something which native speakers have little difficulty using but when it comes to truly understandin
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Calico Rock
Teaching New Language 1-Teaching Vocabularies Factors 1-Similarity to student's own language 2-similarity to the words they knew 3-spelling and pronunciation 4-appropria
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Camden
This unit covered equipment and teaching aids. It discussed advantages and disadvantages of using overhead projectors along with the basic principles of board work, both white board and interactive wh
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Canehill
In unit 8 the future tenses were covered extensively. The future tenses consists of future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, present simple a
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