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Essex
This course has taught English teaching with classes of adult students in mind; this unit provided information on how to teach students of a variety of ages and class sizes. Unit 19 covered adults, st
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Fairfield
Unit 20 covered a few problem areas that many teachers will probably encounter during their teaching careers and gave advice on how to deal with such problems. The unit mostly encourage teachers to fo
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Farmington
Although teaching in the classroom could go on without technology and aids, like spices educational/technological equipment and teaching aids would surely liven up the atmosphere and enthusiasm of bot
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Franklin
Well, this was interesting. It could be just my own lack of understanding, but it really seemed to me that your 7 points here, (instead of the usual 4 tenses) were really a stretch in some ways. I und
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Glastonbury
I appreciate this unit, yet I find myself wishing that you would make available some of your referenced study materials within the videos. I was impressed with some of the forms and the picture-card p
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Goshen
I watched your videos first before reading the lesson materials. I must confess that I was simply horrified, shocked, and disgusted at how you run your classes, –then I watched the second class and
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Granby
To learn about the different modals and their functions when used in various sentences is as important as learning the other aspects of English. In addition to this, the accuracy of usage improves dra
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Greenwich
It is great to learn something about teaching ESL to learners outside the domain of a formal education system. As the world continues to become more and more industrialised, people are becoming busier
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Griswold
Classroom management of classes that vary in size, levels and needs is often a great struggle for most ESL teachers. So, to learn some techniques that might best suit the conditions that may transpire
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Groton
I feel I have a better understanding of the roles of the teacher and student, the relationship between the teacher and student, and the levels of English proficiency, as well as some of the reasons wh
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Guilford
I feel that I have a much better understanding of why lesson planning is so important, as well as how to go about planning straight arrow, patchwork, and boomerang lessons. I also understand why I sho
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Haddam
After watching both videos, I am more aware than ever of how much of an impact that the attitude and preparedness of the teacher can have on the students, their enthusiasm toward learning, and the lik
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Hamden
There certainly ARE a lot of options in this present day for teachers! I must admit that being armed with a selection of coloured erasable pens in front of a whiteboard is still my most effective teac
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Hampton
The unit is helpful in shedding light on the methods of teaching new vocabulary,language structures and its functions and how it could be taught to students with lower level of English,as well as what
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Hartford
I feel that I have a better understanding of what receptive skills are, as well as how to structure a lesson to maximize comprehension of a text/audio in order to strengthen students' comprehension sk
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Hartland
In unit 3 I learned that there is a 3 step process in teaching a new lesson. 1. You have the engaging process of seeing what information the class around knows about the subject. 2. The Activate proc
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Harwinton
The unit is really helpful as a live and practical example of what a lesson should look like in reality. With the help of the videos, it is easy to understand what difference the attitude of a teache
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Hebron
I found this unit to be very heavy. I couldn't do the tasks at the end of the unit without referencing the material as there are so many parts of speech however after going through the material about
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Kent
THE UNIT DESCRIBES THE IMPORTANCE OF THE PRODUCTIVE SKILLS i.e SPEAKING AND WRITING. IT EXPLAINS WHAT IS CRUCIAL FOR IMPROVING SPEAKING SKILLS,WHICH IS ACCURACY AND FLUENCY AND WHAT REASONS STUDENTS M
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Killingly
This unit was very insightful. It brought awareness to the structure of classes (ESA lessons) that is something I never paid attention to and didn't appreciate until now. I found the list of activitie
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Killingworth
From Unit 1, I have gained a general introduction of the role of the teacher, as well as the roles of students in the classroom. From reading the course material I have learned about the Common Europe
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Lebanon
We found this unit interesting as it was a helpful review of parts of speech; we are both over thirty, out of school, and do not often have occasion to review proper parts of speech. This unit felt li
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Ledyard
So far, we found this to be the most challenging unit. We found the difference between present perfect and present perfect continuous particularly difficult, though it was helpful to have the examples
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Lisbon
In this unit we learned about strategies to be an effective teacher and characteristics of effective learners. We learned about the various stages of language advancement. We learned about the differe
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Litchfield
In this unit, we learned about the structure of a sentence and parts of the English language speech. We learned about how a sentence must consist of at least a subject and a verb. We learned how to di
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Lyme
It was interesting to learn the stressed syllables and overall intonations. However, I don't think a phonetic script is useful to either teacher or student. Eventually student should be able to read w
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Madison
In this unit, we learned about the present tenses. The most common form is the present simple which is used when talking about habits, facts, routines, etc. Other forms of present tense are present co
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Manchester
In this unit, we learned about past tenses. There are many forms of past tense including past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. Past tenses follow the same pattern as
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Mansfield
In this unit, we learned about teaching new languages and techniques to teach vocabulary. It is important for students to learn the meaning, usage, word grammar, spelling and pronunciation when learni
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Marlborough
In this unit, we watched two videos displaying two very different class scenarios. In the first video, the teacher did not create rapport with the students and made the students intimidated to answer
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Meriden
In this unit, we learned how to teach productive skills. The two productive skills are speaking and writing, both used to communicate. It is important that teachers ensure that they are using speaking
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Middlebury
In this unit, we learned about teaching pronunciation and phonology. The unit covered how phonology is the study of sound, including stress, rhythm, and intonation. An effective teacher uses the teach
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Middlefield
In this unit, we learned about the importance of course books and lesson materials. The unit covered the difference between authentic materials, such as newspapers, songs or poems, and created materia
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Middletown
In this unit, we learned about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing "if", and there are five types of conditionals, zero conditional, first conditional, second condi
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Milford
In this unit, we learned about teaching equipment and teaching aids. Supplemental aids give students a visual to view words or photos which support the class material. For most visual aids, it is reco
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Monroe
Unit 8 focused on the 7 future tenses of the English language. They are future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, the 'be going', present simple, and the present co
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Montville
Unit 9 focused on how simple, effective, and smartly planned lessons are the most effective in the classroom. Lesson plans should not be rigid scripted expectations, but rather serve as a skeleton ou
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Morris
The videos were completely different from one another and effectively demonstrated how important a teacher's attitude about teaching and learning can impact student success. Creating a safe, welcomin
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Naugatuck (borough)
This unit outlined two of the four basic skills in any language-- reading and listening. These two skills are also known as receptive skills because they are the two ways that we receive language. W
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New Britain
This Unit focused on the forms of language that are produced- written and spoken. The emphasis in to engage students with high interest topics and activities, and provide them the structure (vocabula
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New Canaan
This unit was a very in depth look into the teaching of pronunciation and phonology. In relation to this course, it is important to consider the sounds that our language makes and how these sounds ca
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New Fairfield
This unit covered materials that the teacher will bring to the classroom to guide and supplement lessons. Examples of these materials fall into three categories: authentic materials, created material
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New Hartford
This unit went over the types of assessment that a teacher or institution may administer students, and how these different assessments can inform instruction. For example, a diagnostic test can be gi
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New Haven
This unit explored the conditional verb tense constructions and their various rules. The first, second, third, and mixed conditionals were identified, as well as lessons and teaching points that will
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New London
In this unit, we learned about teaching special groups, including beginning students, individual students, child age students, business English students or English for Specific Purposes (ESP), and, mo
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New Milford
This unit concluded the study of grammatical rules including the passive voice and modal verbs. The rules covered in this unit would be appropriate for students that have mastered basic English alrea
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Newington
This unit focused on the different populations of students (such as young learners or business professionals) that an English teacher might encounter in their classes. The unit focused on specific st
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Newtown
Unit 4 Teaching New Language Intro 4 things students need to learn a language: - Exposed to it - Understand meanings - Understand construction - Able to practise and produce it Grammar is the tree tr
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Norfolk
Unit 5 LESSON PLANNING Functions of lesson planning 1. An aid to planning – think logically through the stages in relation to available time. 2. A working document – helps to keep on target, some
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North Branford
Unit 6 CD/ Video Lessons Task 1 Imagine you are a student in the class in the videos. How would have felt during: Lesson 1: This was a confusing lesson because there were no lesson objectives stated.
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