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Adams Crossroads
This unit is about course books and other lesson materials. It first discusses the pros and cons of authentic versus created materials and gives examples of each. Authentic materials include items s
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Adamsville
This unit summarise different equipment teacher can use in the class and gives pros and cons to each one of them . I personally think this specific unit can be rewritten as many of things changed and
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Addick Estates
Although short, this unit overviewed potential problems that might occur in an EFL class and then posed solutions or ideas that a teacher can employ to fix the problems. One example given is if stude
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Afton
This review covered the basic elements of a sentence according to English grammar. It outlined the major parts such as verbs, nouns, adjectives and adverbs as well as articles, prepositions and conjun
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Airport Villa
After this unit I have a greater understanding of the different roles I'll occupy in the course of my teaching. Having the awareness to know when to switch between those roles will be crucial to the s
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Alapocas
This unit shows clearly that relationship between teacher and learner is very important in mastering foreign language. Good teacher is able to encourage and motivate learner to learn a new language an
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Alban Park
Unit 16 is comprised of two topics. This first is conditionals (or subjunctive) sentences. I learned that there are five main forms, and all have a different configuration. For example, the first co
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Albertson
So many things learned! Haven't noticed before how much the meaning of the sentence can change if you only change the stressed word or the intonation. The Articulation part of the unit was completely
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Albertson Park
Unit 16 covered Conditionals and Reported Speech, both of which were difficult to tackle! Conditional statements (Zero, First, Second, Third & Mixed) which run the range of if--then clauses, brought
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Albion
This unit, teaching productive skills (writing and speaking), gives a summary of how speaking and writing should be taught to learner’s of English. It is indeed important to arouse the learner’s i
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Analine Village
I learned a lot from this unit. While I am familiar and comfortable with the idea of verbs, nouns, adverbs, adjectives, articles, conjunctions, and prepositions, this unit broke these ideas down into
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Anderson Crossroads
In this unit I was able to understand additional information about teaching students that tend to be more reluctant on learning in the classroom. I learned that by using plenty of pair work in the cla
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Andrew's Lake
Just like the two receptive skills, the productive skills speaking and writing are necessary for one to thrive in an English speaking environment, or at least to communicate effectively. When teaching
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Andrewsville
I have learned that the normal patter of intonation is the rise and fall and the second pattern is fall/rise, which indicates that the speaker wants the person to respond. I have also learned that the
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Anglesey
In Unit 12 we take a look at productive skills, speaking and writing. While speaking and writing are substantially different in many ways, they are both used for the same purpose which is to communica
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Angola Beach
When teaching a class the content will vary widely depending on certain factors. IN this example, some of the more important factors being the age-range and designation of the group. To effectively te
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Anna Acres
Firstly I'd say that the source material in this unit was extremely well produced. The teacher made me almost despise him in the first lesson and admire him in the second. It seemed very natural in bo
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Anneville
Unit 12 talks about teaching productive skills. It begins with a short outline of the importance and relevance of the subject. This is followed by separate detailed discussions of the two skills. Also
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Arbour Park
In this unit I learned about the subtleties of differences between direct speech and reported speech as well as conditionals. These differences in grammar are so important for all English language lea
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Arden
This unit has covered the different ways of teaching new vocabulary and language structures. The reasons why students will have trouble with learning new vocabulary and what they need to know when lea
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Ardencroft
This unit on teaching special groups talks about the different types of classes ,and teaching approach for each group (classroom management, suitable activities, homeworks). It also gives a very clea
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Ardentown
Through my limited time of teaching english to students, I have not considered much about the function of the language until this session. Often times, I have to drill students on their vocabularies
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Argo Corners
Taking lessons and offering an effective way to communicate the information is one of the priorities we have as ESL teachers. The standard “straight arrow” technique will get predictable and borin
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Armstrong
Unit 14 talks about coursebooks and lesson materials. It begins with a comparison between authentic and created materials and common examples of each. This is followed by a look into the advantages an
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Arundel
This unit looks closely at some essential commonly taught English grammar.It examines the modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice in detail and also offers a brief overview of phrasal verbs and re
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Ashbourne Hills
In this unit i look at teaching special groups including teaching beginners(methodology and techniques related, possible problems, and motivating beginners), and teaching individuals(useful suggestion
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Ashland
This unit ireally is more complex than the other two forms as it uses ‘so many tenses’ compared to just 4 each for the present and past forms. However, it helps to take note that all 4 tenses in t
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Ashley
Unit 16 outlines the form, usage and typical errors made when dealing with the five main conditionals namely Zero Conditional, First Conditional, Second Conditional, Third Conditional and Mixed Condit
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Atlanta
The learning going on in a classroom is looked at in this unit. Vocabulary may be taught through a number of different activities such as gap fill activities, images, and miming. When it comes to gram
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Atlanta Estates
In this Unit I learn about the potential problems that I might come across as a teacher. There are two categories of students : New groups and Existing groups. There are quiet few activities that I ca
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Atlas Point
The unit discusses the two productive skills of the four main language skills, which are speaking and writing. Although fundamentally they appear very different, both skills are used to communicate an
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Auburn Hills
I have understood the importance of authentic materials in order to have interesting lessons. By this way, theY are more likely to gain confidence and have group classes so that they learn eng
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Augustine
The dynamics of the class will affect the way you teach. Young learners are quick learners, but they are normally more difficult to motivate to learn and they have a short attention span. One on one l
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Augustine Beach
In this unit, I learned that there are four equally important skills which are Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. Here, we focused on receptive skills which are reading and listening. Our read
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Avalon
This unit appear to be difficult at first glance, but after reading through it and getting a better understanding, it made a lot more sense to me and also helped me imagine some situations where certa
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Bacon
This unit discussed effective ways to teach new language to students. It is not as easy to determine what kind of vocabulary to teach when as it is for grammatical structures. Most curricula agree mor
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Bacons
This section was less of a struggle to get through that the present tense section. I think this is because I was aware of the set up and what I had to focus on in order to fully grasp each of the tens
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Baldton
I was thrown off at dirst when i was watching the first video. I though was a jerk,how can he be so rude to a group that is trying to learn a different language. Then seeing the second video i got w
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Barkers Landing
In this unit, I learned about characteristics of a good teacher. A good teacher should be kind, patient, in love with teaching, entertaining, motivating, and knowledgeable. Also, I learned about char
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Barkley
This unit covered the teaching of productive skills, writing and speaking. Why we choose to communicate, the different activities and the benefit of each. Whether they were accuracy or fluency based a
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Bay View Park
This unit touches upon textbooks and lesson materials. In the first section of this unit, the difference between authentic materials and created materials, along with the advantages for each one of th
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Bay Vista
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Bayard
Unit 15 discusses the importance and use of different evaluation and testing methods. It begins with an introduction to the three forms of evaluation being tutorials, student self-evaluations and fina
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Bayview Manor
Lesson planning is an absolutely essential component to teaching, and this module was very informative in answering the questions that I had regarding lesson plan construction. This, in my opinion, is
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Bayville
Unit 16 has proven to be one o the hardest for me until now. I guess, reading this unit I am able to notice that conditionals and reported speech are a couple of my weak spots. mostly in Teras of how
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Bear
Teaching productive skills:speaking and writing. While speaking and writing are substantially different in many ways,they both are used for the same purpose:to communicate. When two or more people are
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Beaver Brook
This unit focuses on receptive skills, and how we process those skills in order to understand words and information. Unit 11 describes not only how we read and listen but also how to avoid problems th
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Beaver Dam Heights
Unit 9 relates to lesson planning; respecting a Straight Arrow ESA lesson, how to plan what you are going to do during the class, how to prepare a plan that will clearly show you all the different asp
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Beaver Valley
First part of the unit was easy, final part difficult. Looks at grammar again, such as auxiliary verbs and the passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses. First part of the unit was easy, final
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Beech Haven
This is a quite useful unit that includes psychological aspects of the student management subject. I have studied the rules that should help me to be flexible in the future; moreover, now I know how t
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