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Fort Smith
This unit is so much different from the other 4units that have read. I learned different things to be considered when choosing seat assignments, giving eye contact, changing the tone of voice and dif
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This unit introduces modals , phrasal verbs, and passive voice. There are some modals that express obligation, possibility, necessity, permission, polite request, ability... Passive voice, however, is
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Fountain Lake
This unit teaches the importance of pronunciation as it plays an important role in the lessons. Pronouncing words that we are used to are not difficult, so it’s hard for us to understand the obstacl
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this unit helped me identify the various past tenses in the English language. it helped me identify the difference between past continuous tense and past perfect continuous tense. Also it helped me th
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This lesson focused on how we can help students with listening and reading comprehension in English. One thing that I had not thought about before regarding language teaching was the different ways in
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I feel this unit was brief, but it did give the essential info on what course material to use. I think for inexperienced teachers it is a wise decision to use a course book and supplement it with crea
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The overview of this content is to delve into the intricate details of speech and the functions of the English language. It is to formulate what the basics consist of and how their usage brings meanin
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Similar to the unit on present tenses, this unit was a very good immersion to the details and exceptions of the English language. I use all of these rules in everyday conversations yet I seldom stop t
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This unit discusses the many forms of the future tense. It introduced new forms and referred to present forms as well. I learned that the future tense can be used to express a number of ideas such as
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Green Forest
I am very glad to work on this unit. I was looking forward to learn about the way to prepare a lesson, in a concrete way. As a new teacher, I expect to spend more time preparing lessons than teaching.
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In unit 11 we are looking at the two main focuses of receptive skills when learning a language. These two skills are listening and reading for understanding. The motives for listening and reading can
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This unit covered modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. It discussed active and passive voice and gave appropriate times to use each, along with relative clauses, their uses and categories. It als
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Unit 9 is all about lesson planning and the importance of directing the class in a purely beneficial manner so that certain learning objectives are met as well as organizational efficiency. The basic
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I take back what I said two units before: Future tenses are actually the hardest to explain to students studying English. I think it is a very complex concept to have a "future past". That is somethin
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This unit covered present tenses with emphasis on present perfect tenses, perfect continuous tenses, and present simple tenses. I learned that although one can be speaking in present tense, in the Eng
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This unit breaks down the various types of tests generally given to ESL students. It helps to consider the nuance between the intent of different types of tests. Testing may be used to determine place
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This purpose of this unit was to familiarize the educator with the methods and principles of effective teaching techniques. It provides methodologies which have specific purposes in order to expose th
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Challenging unit, for any speaker of English at any level. The unit had a challenging set of rules but ones that were more understandable with the use of the video. Teaching future tense to ESL studen
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Overall, I found this unit helpful. Some sections I found much easier than others. The section concerning Direct and indirect speech may seem simple, however when studying the specifics, it can become
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I believe the first Unit was a good introduction into teaching English for people with no such experience. Although a lot of the material that was covered felt common sense to some degree - as for exa
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Heber Springs
This unit gives us a concept to teach students, especially adult students. This unit makes it easier for teachers to explain to adult students how the English grammar works in some ways. As for younge
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The unit material was about the teaching resources available in the classroom in addition to a textbook. These included whiteboard, overhead projector, visual aids, worksheets and work cards, cassette
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In unit 20, I’ve learned the several common problems that teachers can encounter in their class and the solutions of them. The most impressive is how to deal with large classes. It is so different b
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Holly Mountain
In the videos, the teacher showed us first the prefect example of a bad lesson. It is a good way to notice what not to do and it is so obvious from an external point of view. I imagine that if I am ov
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This unit focuses on the productive skills speaking and writing, sort of the output of the receptive skills reading and listening. It stressed the need for both accuracy and fluency in output, and des
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This lesson explained how to teach productive skills (speaking and writing). I learned that speaking skills are taught more often than writing skills in ESL class rooms and writing skills are often gi
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Horseshoe Bend
This unit talks about Grammar and how it is an area that most learners find daunting if it is not approached from a logical angle. Native speakers are sometimes unaware of its importance as they use i
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Hot Springs
This unit reviews the future tense, which is one of the most complex areas of the English language. There are many tenses and also ideas which can be used to express different meanings. We have the fu
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This unit was taught in two parts: pronunciation and phonology. The pronunciation taught intonation (the volume and pitch of a sentence) and stress (the interpretation of the sentence). I learned that
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This unit covered the importance of lesson planning. As plans may change throughout the class, it is important to be organized and, above all, flexible when planning lessons. I learned that experience
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This unit taught how to teach receptive skills and emphasized how important reading and listening are when learning a new language. I learned the problems that could arise when teaching this new skill
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This unit covered troubleshooting. It talked about first lessons along with having classes of students that are at different language levels and how to work around some of the common problems that mig
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Overall this unit has given me bigger picture on teaching English to non English speaking students as well as information on roles of teacher and learner. It has also given me wider knowledge on handl
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With unit four the main goal is for the students to become familiar with the present tenses and their various forms. In this unit there were four present tenses, these include the present simple, pres
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It was certainly good to review this work I previously learned in school since it surely has been a long time since I have broken down components of speech in this manner. Reviewing the Nouns, pronoun
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This unit introduces writing and speaking as productive skills. Speaking involves accuracy and fleuency skills. There're specific activities to improve those skills, such as drilling , model dialogues
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As an introductory module, the first unit reviewed the fundamental qualities that constitute a good teacher. It also delineated the qualities of a good learner, including the willingness to listen and
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Lake City
I feel this lesson has given me confidence to use both authentic and created materials in my classes. To be most effective, I will use a mix of real world materials such as brochures, newspapers, vid
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Lake Village
This unit delves into English Grammar. Every English teacher will have to teach it sooner or later. The unit covers the basic rules for the use of Modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice, and an o
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In unit 5 the central theme is about classroom management and rapport building with students in a healthy and friendly manner. The purpose of this unit is to give clear and concise information about t
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This unit outlined the vast amount of equipment and teaching aids that can be available to teachers. I learned that teachers can use a lot of equipment effectively but the most important is the board
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Qualities, roles and responsibilities, of both teacher and learner, are examined in this first unit. The relation between teacher and learner is a very important and complex issue. A good teacher is t
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Lead Hill
I have seen two videos with two different attitudes for the teacher, although there is boredom in both classes, I would like to say the second lesson is way more better than the first one. In the fir
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Certainly the most challenging unit up to now. The technical aspects were quite difficult to recall due to my previous lack of familiarity with phonetics and the production of sounds in spoken languag
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This unit covered teaching productive skills, specifically speaking and writing. It gave helpful information on guiding students in learning fluency and accuracy of the English language through specif
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This unit covered lesson planning and how to properly create one. It covered how to be better organized in writing lessons plans along with how to properly write them down. It gave great information o
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In unit 6 the objective primarily focused on past tenses and how they are used appropriately. There are four past tenses which are as follows, past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfe
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Little Rock
This unit is a little bit challenging for me because I am used to present progressive not present continuous so every time that I read the present continuous I'd have to remind myself that it is prese
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The unit on teaching productive skills was extremely useful and I can see myself applying some of the techniques in my classes. For example, using more group or pair work to encourage interaction with
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Although I am very familiar with school and language courses, this unit allowed me to learn the details that I was not aware a teacher must pay attention to. Managing a class has a lot of techniques t
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