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North Canaan
Tasks 1. What are the two receptive skills? Reading & Listening 2. Describe the different specialist skills needed for reading and listening successfully. - Predictive skills: predicting the con
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North Haven
Tasks 1. What are the two productive skills? Speaking & Writing 2. Give a brief description of the differences between Accuracy and Fluency activities. Accuracy activities is conducted in the Study
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North Stonington
Unit 9 Coursebooks & Lesson Materials Authentic Materials are – from programs, magazines, newspapers, songs, poems, brochures, menus, films. Elementary level can use TV guides. Higher levels can
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Norwalk
Unit 10 Evaluation & Testing Ways to assess student’s language level: 1. TUTORIALS a. Review the work done b. Discuss the aims of the lessons c. Performance of the students d. Discuss any probl
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Norwich
Teaching styles differ and learning styles do as well. I feel that this unit reminds us that we are life long learners and to consider that when approaching teaching and expectations from students at
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Old Lyme
This unit has outlined the advantages of lesson planning. Lesson planning in a class learning situation can take away spontaneity or flexibility in teaching on one hand, but at the same time can prov
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Old Saybrook
The comparison of the two different of two different teaching styles does show the importance of using lesson planning and teaching methods. Proper instruction by the teacher and engaging the students
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Orange
Grammar might be daunting for many people. It can be tough to remember rules and standards especially with the acceptance of so many words, phrases and communications accepting 'grammatically incorrec
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Oxford
The reason for reading and listing can be divided into two categories, one for a special purpose and another for pure entertainment. We are applying a number of different skills to achieve good readin
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Plainfield
In this chapter, the course looks at the development of productive communication skills, speaking and writing. To improve the correct use of language, the teacher uses accuracy activities, which are m
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Plainville
This chapter discusses course material in general and the pro and cons of the use of course books. To select the appropriate course material, the teacher can use basically to main sources. The authent
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Plymouth
Providing means to evaluate the different learning stages of the student as well as giving feedback to the teacher is an essential part of effective language learning. The teacher can use student tuto
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Pomfret
Theories and methods could be described as the basic foundation of a teacher's lesson plans. Timing and knowing your class are two of many variables that could be considered when determining what theo
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Portland
It does not only seem true that teachers find their own style of teaching through practice in their classrooms, but it is also true that it constantly changes as both students and the teacher get more
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Preston
This unit on future tense that explains the differences in predictive meanings or how to structure statements of things to come can be explained was interesting. There are ways that we are more likely
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Prospect
from this unit, i have learned about receptive skills, skimming skills, scanning skills, predictive skills, engage, study, activate phase of a lessons. reading and listening is a major part of the rec
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Putnam
i have learned about the two productive skills (speaking and writing), difference between accuracy and fluency, speaking activities in the activities in the classroom,controlled activities, guided act
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Redding
This unit was tough as some items were explicitly inappropriate while others were a bit vague. For example, the teacher's voice rhythm and volume varied in both videos making the determination based o
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Ridgefield
Being able to teach reading and listening is not as easy as one may think. Being able to present these skills and teach what these skills are simultaneously can be quite challenging depending on the a
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Rocky Hill
I have learnt that due to a long gap I should re do previous components regarding the structure of lessons, however I do feel that the ideas in engaging the class will come in useful and to limit voca
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Roxbury
This unit on the productive skills focusing on speaking and writing is another great unit. I have experienced teaching in locations where others (including parents and school staff) did not understand
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Salem
To be perfectly honest it was very difficult for me to watch both videos, given my geographical location and the lack of wifi, however I could tell in the first ten minutes of the first video that con
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Salisbury
I will say I was surprised at the way the two groups of skills are split in English I will always remember reading and writing would go together, but I guess that is only after the stage where a perso
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Scotland
I would say that this module has highlighted that writing Should not be forgoten in the class room, as most teachers do with my self. I struggle with writing because it was always left as home work an
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Seymour
This module has been very helpful, as I feel where I will be teaching I will have limited recorders it is good to know that I can make my own. Although most of th ideas in this will be far more advanc
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Sharon
I will say that as a native English speaker from what could be the worst countries for destroying proper English, I am not happy with some of the fill in the gap work sheets. One that burns into my mi
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Shelton
This unit gives guidance for teaching vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. It covers how to decide what to teach in each section and how to teach it. It gives sample lessons for each and told
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Sherman
This unit covers the basics of lesson planning. It explains that lesson planning is important because it helps you plan ahead for the class, anticipate and plan for problems, and keep a record. I wa
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Simsbury
What I learned from this unit is how much of a difference the attitude of the teacher can make. In the first video the teacher corrected with negativity and was uninterested in his lesson. Because of
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Somers
This unit covers teaching the receptive language skills of reading and listening. The importance of topic was not something I had really considered before. Picking out texts that are both interesting
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South Windsor
This unit covered says to teach speaking and writing as well as how to use Games in the classroom. The balance between accuracy and fluency that this unit presented answered questions I had been pond
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Southbury
This unit goes over the material used in the classroom. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of material. It then suggests ways to capitalise on the strengths of differ
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Southington
As someone who learned how to read before "Hooked on Phonics" became popular, phonics has always been interesting to me as I learned the elements of phonology after learning to speak and read two lang
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Sprague
Creativity comes into play with teachers using books and resources that accompany lessons especially with regard to book supplements and other materials. I have found in Asia, there are several books
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Stafford
In this unit, I have learned about what is a good and successful class and some useful skills that I can use in my future class. I think it is very important that teachers have a positive attitude tow
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Stamford
Test anxiety and stress seem to be two main items that some teachers and schools are concerned about with their students. Different methods, timing and structure of testing is something I like to work
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Sterling
Conditional tenses used to consider what could happen, what might have happened, and what we hope would happen are quite a task to put into a grammar session. There are so many exceptions to rules and
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Stonington
Reviewing basic rules of English grammar surrounding modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses was intriguing. Learning or relearning these standards in English as a sec
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Stratford
This is a very useful unit for choosing and creating classroom materials. Because sometimes teachers will find confused about what kind of materials they should choose for which level students and how
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Suffield
This is an informative unit. It introduces different tests within a language school and also tests in UK and US. Now I learned that different tests have different purposes. For example, if you want to
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Thomaston
This unit is about conditionals and reported speech. These two grammar points are commonly used in our daily life. In this unit, I have reviewed the rules of them. For the conditionals, we have zero,
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Thompson
This specialized groups unit gives a reminder that we all could be considered lifelong learners. In addition to school and education systems, individuals and groups want to learn English at different
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Tolland
This is a very useful unit. In this unit, I have reviewed the usage of modal verbs like: ought to, may, might, need to, must, have to, have got to, should, can, could, be able to, would.Meanwhile, I a
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Torrington
It is nice to have a section that addresses common problem situations, and could have been helpful to see a regional aspect to it. Even if it was generalized, there are some things common to Europe ve
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Trumbull
This is a very useful unit which illustrates some potential problems that a teacher may encounter. In this unit, I have learned what should I do when teaching the first lesson and how to teach a new g
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Union
Unit 8 goes over the Future Tenses. Which is one of the most complex area of the English language. There are many different tenses and ideas that can be used with future meaning. The seven most common
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Vernon
Unit 9 Planning lessons, cover lesson planning to help teachers to be less rigid and more flexible toward the students learning and learning experience. Writing lesson plans have various important fun
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Voluntown
This was a tough unit. It can be difficult to make the change from learning past to present tenses. With the future being something we all talk about it is very important that we know how to address w
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Wallingford
I think lesson planning is a great way to keep a structured classroom. Lesson plans not only aid the teacher in keeping organized and on track but shows the students some flexibility. I do believe let
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Warren
Each lesson had some very distinct differences. It is really amazing to see how the attitude of the teacher effects the students. In the first video you can see almost immediately the lack of enthusia
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