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Adelanto
Unit 5 shares how to properly manage classes. For a teacher to manage a class well, he or she must have good organizational skills, as well as the ability to be both friendly and firm with the student
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Agoura Hills
I learned about the advantages and disadvantages of authentic and created materials. Which kind of materials would you favor for a class of intermediate students? Why? Authentic materials: Advant
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Alameda
Classroom management is a skill used by teachers in organizing and managing the class while maintaining discipline. Using of eye contact, gesture and voice helps the teacher in managing classroom. Whe
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Albany
Unit 7 discusses ways to teach vocabulary and grammar lessons. From reading unit 7, it had shown be the typical techniques that can be used in a classroom when teaching new vocabulary and grammar. Als
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Alhambra
Course content is crisp, clear and concise. It contains micro level information that too with powerful illustrations. Different ways to show differentiation through videos that too with organize stru
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Aliso Viejo
The goal for a teacher should be to have a class go as smoothly as possible and be about the student as much as possible. This is why a guideline for a class is recommended. It allows teachers to crea
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Alturas
Basically, present tense is split into four forms which is simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. It adds the dimension of time into our speech. Every form comes in the affirmative, negat
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Amador City
In this second Unit I learned some things about the structure of a sentence as well as the different parts and what they are called, as well as their differentiation. The differents tenses as well as
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American Canyon
I had not realized how complex the English language can be. Something that I don't really give a second thought to can be quite complicated to someone whose native language is not English. There isn't
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Anaheim
In Unit 9 of the 120-hour course, I learned about the importance of lesson planning. A written lesson plan serves many functions. It not only helps the teacher stay more organized - it acts as a resou
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Anderson
This unit states the qualities of a good teacher on basis of personality and Teacher-Student relationship. It discusses various roles performed by a teacher in the class. Furthermore, it describes the
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Angels Camp
This unit helped me understand all of the different components of teaching the productive language skills of speaking and writing, and presented a variety of ideas for different activities to reinforc
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Antioch
This portion of the course is encapsulated with the key theories, methods and techniques necessary for instruction in English to a second language learner. The course serves as a resource of which ins
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Apple Valley
In this unit, definitions of pronunciation and phonology are explained, together with their key elements: intonation, stress and phonemic alphabet. Also the techniques of teaching intonation and stres
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Arcadia
This course contains the different types of conditional and reported speech and their appropriate usage. the possible mistakes that learners of English commit are dealt with in this course. The course
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Arcata
Textbooks can be a useful tool in the classroom in teaching English but they have their advantages and disadvantages. Using authentic and creative materials can invoke more interest from the students,
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Arroyo Grande
I have learnt that I can not do away with the formal testing scheme as it is a requirement for most language schools to assess the progress of the learners and the efficacy of the teacher to be a guid
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Artesia
The two videos demonstrated that teacher's attitude is very important. When i put myself into the students' shoes, teacher in video one is rude and disrespected. Whereas the teacher in video two makes
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Arvin
Its helping with ideas for lesson planning. I think I still need practice with lesson planning. Im not sure if I got all the questions right in this test with the order of events in the lesson plan in
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Atascadero
Phrasal verbs are incredibly difficult for Chinese speakers, as they do not have any such construction in the major Chinese languages and dialects, and they often find the particle’s use to be myst
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Atherton
The future tense, a subset of the tense system, together with its seven most common ones are covered in this section of the course. More importantly, the course highlights the correct use of these fut
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Atwater
In this unit I feel I learned just how complicated understanding the underlaying grammar can really be. At this stage of the prosess for me, even I had to write down and copy all of the tables to be a
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Auburn
I actually feel a lot more confidant at building and using a lesson plan after this section, the last few sections have given me practice in this area. I think I have got to grips with the structure o
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Avalon
This unit I learned how to differentiate between the different tenses which is something that I never noticed before. I learned that auxiliary verbs such as "be" and "have" will help with differentiat
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Avenal
It may be short unit but really useful for me , and i have many words to say about it but i think now with the materials and the internet the teacher job and preparations is more easy with this , also
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Azusa
In this Unit I found out how to plan a lesson using a lesson plan. It was briefly touched on that some experts argue a lesson plan is not needed as it takes away flexibility in class. I learnt what sh
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Bakersfield
Present tenses, future tenses and past tenses are one of the most important parts of English language as this builds a base for communicating effectively. As with present tenses, past tenses have fou
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Baldwin Park
This unit provided me with a much clearer idea of what kind of thought processes are needed to plan an effective lesson. I particularly appreciate the specific example practice sheets, which have help
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Banning
In this unit I learned a lot. Correctly pronouncing and articulating words is a very difficult task for new learners of the language as they might not have all of the sounds in their own language. Tea
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Barstow
In this Unit I have learned about the present tense and the 4 sub-tenses, present simple, present perfect, present perfect continuous and the present continuous. I learned how to use each of these sub
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Beaumont
I had learnt there are 5 main conditionals that help to express past, present and future possibilities. Reported speech is used when i want to tell another person what the first person said. I am also
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Bell
In this section, I learned of teaching theories, methods and techniques. There are many different ways of teaching, depending as well on the proficiency level of the class you are teaching. The teache
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Bell Gardens
This lesson really helped to go into more depth about the difference on teaching school-aged children versus teaching adults business-related English. This was a very beneficial lesson as I do have a
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Bellflower
This unit was helpful with things like how to seat a class and how to respond to students in a broader way. I learned how to arrange student seating, how to address them, and about interacting in the
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Belmont
Unit 4 teaches about present tenses. A present tense is to express what is currently happening. However. this unit describes the various forms of tenses such as present simple, present continuous, pre
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Belvedere
I liked this unit because it gives suggestions of other external exams. The unit gave good insight regarding the different types of tests that I can use in the classroom and it also served as a remind
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Benicia
We discussed three types of classrooms and how to teach students of each category. Young learners are bright and energetic, so it is optimal to change the lesson frequently in order to engage their sh
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Berkeley
By far, i find this topic the most challenging. It made me realised that accents are created to to the intonation and stress. It would be good if there is a video to demonstrate how this is being taug
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Beverly Hills
Future tense, just like present and past tense, has four different tenses. This unit however discussed not only the future tense but also the proper usage of "going to plus infinitive". In this unit a
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Big Bear Lake
An effective, goal-oriented, teaching-learning sequence contains clearly understood objectives, productive classroom activities, and a sufficient amount of feedback to make students aware of the stren
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Biggs
I learned that pronunciation tends to concentrate on individual sounds and that it is one of the most neglected aspects of learning English. To be an effective teacher, pronunciation needs to be a ta
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Bishop
Unit 10 presents two lesson videos on ESA demonstrating. Both videos demonstrate two kinds of lessons. One lesson (video one) is being taught ineffectively, showing all the wrong ways in teaching a cl
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Blue Lake
I learned about how, what and when would you correct mistakes/errors made during the following stages: Ideally, teacher correction should be avoided during the engage stage but if need be, correct
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Blythe
In this course, I learned about the difference between Diagnostic tests, Progress tests, External exams, and Placement tests. For example, which tests are taken at the very start of a course and other
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Bradbury
Course content is crisp, clear and concise. It contains micro level information that too with powerful illustrations. Different ways to make "Equipment and Teaching Aids" as a topic understood that t
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Brawley
This unit gave visual demonstration of two lessons in teaching English to Thai students. The first video was quite difficult to watch because of the teacher's poor technique which affected the student
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Brea
Phonology,this aspect of the course deals with the sound system of the English language. The course sheds light on the technique and skills required to teach learners not only the International Phonet
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Brentwood
Today’s lesson was about how to teach productive skills (writing& speaking). It was very helpful to learn the different methods and activities related to teaching productive skills. Each activity ha
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Brisbane
I learned about Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous, and Past Perfect Continuous tenses. I learned how they were like Present Tenses and started to see a pattern. I still find them difficult be
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Buellton
It was interesting to watch two lesson videos that took place in a real classroom setting. I could easily catch differences between the two lessons and surprisingly, I’ve noticed that I had made sam
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