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Caraway
This unit is rather like a condensed version of Unit 3 in that it reintroduces the concept of an ESA lesson structure. This time, however, it is displaying how these lessons can be organized to effect
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Carlisle
In this unit I learned that there are two clauses when it comes to conditionals, the 'if'clause and the 'main'clause, and that either can come in the first part of a conditional sentence. I learned th
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Carolan
I’ve found this section extremely useful. As a Native English speaker, I automatically apply Present tenses when speaking or writing, however many of the finer details weren’t known. For the most
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Cave City
We studied Future tenses 1- Future simple Usage Future facts and certainties promises predictions(Based on no present evidence) Assumptions / Speculations Spontaneous decision Threats 2- Future
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Centerton
This unit has reminded me of just how complicated and challenging English grammar is and that I should always be empathetic to students who are experiencing difficulties working things out. If I am b
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Charleston
In this 10th unit, we watched videos of two contrasting lessons in a real classroom of English language, that highlighted basic differences between effective and ineffective ways of teaching. This tha
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Cherokee Village
I thought this unit was very thought provoking. There were several techniques and methods I found interesting and exciting. The Engage, Study, Activate (ESA) method was my favorite. I liked the fle
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Clarendon
In this unit, I learned about classroom management and the importance of eye contact, gesture and voice and how it can be used in the classroom. I learned more about grouping students and the pros and
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Clarksville
In this unit, I learned more about teaching a new language. When teaching vocabulary there are a few things to keep in mind, such as your selection of vocabulary and the relevance and appropriacy to t
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Clinton
This unit does a great job at reviewing the major future tenses. I believe that the future tense is the most important of all tenses. By the time I finish writing this unit reflection, I will have use
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Compton
This unit discussed classroom management and gave vital information on how to properly maintain the classroom environment so that the students have the best opportunity to learn English. One thing I f
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Conway
This unit covered evaluations and testing. It focused a lot on different types of tests and what they are used for. It talked about teachers evaluating students and even students evaluating teachers a
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Corning
This unit revolves around the future tense. It sheds light on the different usages of the future depending on the context. The major future tenses are the following: simple future, future continuous,
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Cotter
this unit is helpful in introducing new language and grammatical structures to students. it teaches us techniques to introduce grammar, vocabulary and functions. it teaches us what factors to consider
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Cotton Plant
This unit is mainly talking about evaluation and testing, we get to know about different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress, as well as some of the common external exams that we may need
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Crossett
this unit helps the reader get a more guided explanation on receptive skills. it starts off by giving reasons for reading and listening and breaks it down to the two categories.. secondly it helps us
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Curtis
Pronunciation and phonology are two major subjects in teaching English, and in this 13th unit we examined the ways of dealing with them in the class. Pronunciation is often a neglected aspect of Engli
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Cushman
In unit 6 we get a video based contrast between the effective teaching practices of an English classroom. In video one we have the English instructor whose character is that of a quick speaking, somew
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Danville
In addition to analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of course books, Unit 14 covers supplementary materials that can be used to engage students. I learned that authentic materials are texts that
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Dardanelle
The importance of the lesson materials and the coursebooks was examined in this 14th Unit. We studied the difference between authentic and created materials and the ways that a teacher can use them, d
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De Queen
This unit is important as it brings up some potential issues that could happen and how to overcome them. I've always thought that developing rapport is vital to be most successful in teaching. Also,
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De Witt
This unit teaches us about the different methodologies used to help learners. Students learning the language in the foreign country where the second language is being learned benefit much more than th
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Decatur
This unit was very difficult. I think that I got the answers correctly, but the phonetic alphabet questions were far too difficult. I cannot imagine anyone being able to understand that. I am American
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Delaplaine
This unit revolves around the definition of a good teacher and his role in the classroom. A good teacher should be kind and patient as well as motivating. He should be organized and punctual. I learn
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Dermott
The unit on Teaching Special groups was very informative and eye opening. I have always felt intimidated when it comes to the idea of teaching one on one or business English, due to the fact that I ha
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Des Arc
This unit teaches us that no matter what class level or how you are teaching, there are four things students need to know when learning new language; exposure, understand its meaning,its construction
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Diamond City
The unit talks about lesson planning. There are many different opinions regarding this topic. Many people think that a carefully planned lesson might make the class too rigid and add extra focus on th
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Diaz
This unit taught how to manage a classroom by identifying many important factors and breaking them down. I learned how to group students and the benefits and drawbacks of each option. I also learned h
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Doddridge
This unit was over pronunciation and phonology and went into more detail on intonation, articulation, and stress on words that are pronounced and how to help students learn those. It gave techniques u
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Donaldson
In this unit I have learned how to conduct classes with teaching students on vocabulary, grammar and function with proper sentencing. How to teach students new words and write sentences. I was also ab
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Dover
this unit helps us realise the difference in teaching styles in both lessons. in the first lesson the teacher did not introduce himself, he didn't prepare anything on the white board in order for the
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Dumas
This unit, though short, was helpful in furthering the understanding of the best methods of teaching while also being more understanding and conscious of how students may be perceiving language lesson
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Earle
This unit covered vocabulary, grammar and functions. It covered what students might need to know when it comes to grammatical structures and what types of things might work for engaging them along wit
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Egypt
This unit focused on classroom management and covered the different ways in which a classroom can be arranged. I learned of both the positive and negative aspects of grouping students as well as of th
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El Dorado
Productive skills such as Writing and speaking are just as important as the receptive skills. But it is sometimes harder to teach and to learn. In my experience, students don't like to speak up in c
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Elaine
In this Unit I learned about different teaching equipment and their advantages in the classroom for example, an Overhead projecter focuses students attention, Visual aids are often used to illustrate
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Eudora
When people think about past tense, they think it’s easy and not that complicated. Even though I use past tense on a daily basis and use it correctly while speaking, this unit has showed me just how
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Eureka Springs
We took in this unit (Lesson Planning) Important functions 1-An aid to planning 2-A working document 3-A record How should a lesson plan be written down? By basic principles Keep it simple Don't tr
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Evening Shade
This unit shows us the different aids a teacher can use to make his/her classes more interesting, effective and also to rely less on a textbook. Depending on the school, there are different resources
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Everton
I feel that looking at videos of lessons made me learn a lot from this unit. In the beginning of the unit, I began watching the first video without reading the video description. Then, I became a lit
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Faircloth
This unit outlined modals, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. I learned that modals express ideas and can be both formal and informal depending on the auxiliary used (i.e. May I borrow your pencil o
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Fairfield Bay
This unit shows us 2 different lessons taught twice. The first one took about 25 minutes whereas the second one took about 42 minutes. The first lesson basically showed us what not to do in class. The
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Farmington
This unit helped me break down the various tenses in present tense verbs. A lot of what was covered in this lesson I knew instinctively as a native English speaker but could not tell you in a prescrip
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Fayetteville
I think the unit here is a good quick summary of basic English grammar. It starts very simply, but it starts effectively explaining sentence structure fast. As someone who is tutoring Japanese to an E
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Fifty-Six
Overall, I found this unit extremely informative. Even though many of topics covered, I already apply when it comes to course books and materials (due to almost ten years experience), it’s excellent
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Fisher
A brief overview of this unit is not easy to describe. Lesson planning is something that often times goes unnoticed by the majority of a class. A good teacher is prepared, knows what to expect, and wi
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Flippin
This unit taught the four types of past tenses and explained when each is used and what each means. I learned when to use each form, i.e. use past simple when an action took place at a definite time.
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Floral
This unit refers to the relationship between learners and the teacher. In order to perform in a helpful and encouraging manner, a teacher must accustom themselves to the needs and the overall goals of
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Fordyce
This unit was another lesson on English grammar rules, this time focusing on modals, intransitive/transitive phrasal verbs and active versus passive voice. I used to have trouble with accurately recog
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Forrest City
This unit discussed the use of materials in the classroom. I use the smart board in my classroom pretty much every day. I have found it to be an amazing teaching tool. I have also used the video ca
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