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Unit 1 of the course has given me an overview teachers and learners. It's as useful to know why a student wishes to learn English and what opportunities that may open up for them, as it is to know wha
The information in this Unit is informative and challenging at the same time. The content in general is intense when thinking of how it will be taught in the classroom. Constant study and repetition o
I have found this unit too complicated. When I studied Unit 3 and 7 I didn’t figure out that there is the fixed order for the ‘Engage’, ‘Study’ and ‘Activate’ stages; it’s only written
In this chapter information about course books and materials were explained. It is important to choose the right book when teaching the language. Some books contain the material that can't be used for
Unit 17 lists the teaching equipment usually available in EFL classrooms such as: classic and interactive boards, overhead projector, recorders, CD and DVD players, video cameras, computers; books, wo
This unit covers the advantages and disadvantages of course books and other materials that a teacher might use in a lesson.
It begins with a discussion of authentic materials - these are any material
This unit provided me with a nice framework to breakdown the roles of both teachers and learners. It was helpful to isolate the different roles a teacher takes on and reflect on my own experiences tea
This unit contains information about theories, methods and techniques that are used during a class. There are many different methods that play the key role in teaching. Some of them focus on repetitio
Unit 11 covers the topic of "Teaching Receptive Skills". It details the two forms of receptive skills, reading and listening and the challenges learners of English face when reading and listening for
Unit 17 dove into the equipment and teaching aids that a language teacher could have available in their toolbox during the course of a lesson. The unit detailed the various benefits/drawbacks of speci
In this unit I learned the importance of coursebooks and lesson materials. While these resources are extremely important in the classroom they can not be the only resources utilized in the classroom.
Different English methods have been used to teach languages over time. Some have proven more useful than otheres, and that is why this course has tried to extract the best teaching concepts from the p
In this unit I learned about the different groups of people I may come across when teaching (adult learners; children; business people), and how the approach to teaching them differs. For example, wit
I thought it was interesting that the unit discourages the use of a student's native language, even for a beginner. While I agree with this recommendation, it goes against my experience as a foreign
These video demonstrations of two different lessons allowed me to clearly see the effect a teacher’s attitude has on students. The reason the first lesson went terribly is because of the teacher’s
In this unit we learned about two productive skills - speaking and writing. The material had a lot of games that were helpful in mastering speaking. It also showed that accuracy and fluency are very i
Watching the two videos prompted an emotional response in me: I was actually uncomfortable watching the first video and did not like the teacher at all; I wanted him to leave the classroom. It was int
Again, I found this unit more interesting than the more technical units, however simple the ideas are. the most useful part for me was the example ESA lessons which not only were effective in putting
In this unit we looked at advantages/disadvantages of coursebooks and general lesson material. For instance, one of the advantages of a coursebook would be that it is graded, tested and tried out for
Pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of teaching English,and most teachers sometimes lack the confidence and training to do so. An effective teacher must consider teaching pronunciation
This course was quite tricky. It mentioned that students often found this concept tricky or hard to grasp and I understand why. There are a lot of different 'ifs' that go into everything. One sentence
Some would say that planning a lesson will make the class teacher-centered, but for some others,
planning gives a direction to the class. When writing it down, teachers must consider different aspects
In this unit, I learned about conditional sentences that are made with "if" which represent past, present, and future possible actions. Conditional sentences have two parts of 'if' clause and the main
When teaching grammar, topics could be cover in years. In this unit, another part of essential structures is covered: modal verbs, passive voice and phrasal verbs. The fisrt ones are used to express d
Unit 4 Present tenses.There are 3 different times in English:the past,the present and the future.Each of this time has 4 aspects:simple,continuous,perfect and perfect continuous.
In this unit I learned about the different types of tests, when they are given, and what they help to measure. I learned it is important to have ongoing assessment, and that not all teachers will want
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This video lesson talks about Things necessary and things not necessary, Things acceptable and not acceptable, in the first lesson, the students was asked question on things that are necessary and not
Unit 9 is about planning lessons.Writing lesson plans has some important functions : An aid to planning, a record , a working document . It should be simple ,flexible,maintain the structure and keep t
it is very interesting and very useful to see both videos to be able to compare two very different examples of lessons. To me, personally and out of my own experience as a student and also as an amate
Unit 8 covers the subject of Future Tense. It summarizes the six forms of the future tense in their various usage, form and function. The unit uses multiple examples to show how the various forms are
Sure these are always rules to be considered. However, from my experience a lot of people engaging into a new language comes down to the energy in the environment there learning, as well as the desire
This unit discusses examination and how students are evaluated. There are four main types of evaluation. Firstly, the placement test aids in indicating the student's base level in a language and helps
Unit 20 provided an excellent overview of some of the common problems that an ESL teacher might face in a classroom situation. Lingering concerns such as how to handle first lessons, different levels
Unit 11 gave us an overview of Receptive Skills (Reading/Listening), so it makes sense that Unit 12 would follow up with an overview of the Productive Skills (Writing/Speaking). This unit gave us som
Teachers always can get different type of problems and for solving them , they have to find different types of solutions. In this unit we can find different types of wasy to solve problems. What is am
I don't think this unit has been particularly difficult, it is very concise and well explained.
I work on phrasal verbs and passive voice with my students all the time, trying to incorporate it in th
This unit discusses how to teach new language. It breaks it down into three areas, vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. The unit identifies the factors determining how difficult
Throughout this lesson, the entire content about phrasal verbs is new to me. I am learning to distinguish between intransitive and transitive verbs as well as inseparable and separable transitive ver
This past unit was all about future tenses, there are a total of seven future tenses with four of them being the more important. The four more important future tenses are; future simple, future perfec
This unit has is all about classroom arrangements ie; types of seating arrangements, grouping of students, classroom behaviours and how to handle them. I have learnt the different factors that influe
Unit 18 focuses on three important grammar points: Modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. Modals are used to express different degrees of formality, probability, requests etc... T
In Unit 19 we learn how to teach to special groups such as: the different types of beginners, individual classes, children, business
English classes, monolingual and multilingual classes.
A lot of te
In this Unit I learn the essentials of teaching and learning new languages. I learn that there are three parts of the language that need to be covered during teaching/studying: vocabulary,grammatical
In this lesson, I learned a lot about the difference between authentic material and created material. I learned it is beneficial to use authentic material because since they are real materials normall
This was a simple lesson in the breakdown of the different types of classes you might have as an ESL teacher (though i'm guessing they can also be combined when appropriate). Vocabulary, grammar, and
Today concludes unit eighteen which focused on modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal verbs seem confusing from the outside but do become quite simple once you are familiar with them. Modals h
I have especially enjoyed the detail description of the patchwork ESA lesson plan. In going through the instruction, I can understand better what it means to design the first and subsequent engage,st
In unit 19 we covered teaching different kinds of groups. For instance, there are several things to keep in mind while teaching beginners. When teaching beginners, there can still be varied background
I learned from this unit the different activities that could potentially be planned for a class if I were teaching vocabulary, grammatical structure, or language function. Within each class, there are
This module was an informative review of various problems that instructors may run into while teaching classes or individuals. The chapter contained suggestions on how to encourage students to speak i
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