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Corbit
This unit focuses on equipment and teaching aids that a teacher can make use of during a lesson. It begins with the most common item - the white board but covers diverse equipment including overhead
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Corner Ketch
After completing this unit I have found that the future tense is far more fluid than past or present tenses and will pose a unique set of challenges in teaching this to students. At first it was sligh
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Cornish Hills
. This unit is about teaching receptive skills that is reading and listening.In this unit i learnt reasons and motives for teaching reading and listening can be for purpose or for entertainment.Furth
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Cottage Mill
3. Methods and techniques are very important in teaching a language especially when your students are learning the language as L2. Thus , this unit elaborates on the the teaching theories , methods a
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Cottonpatch Hill
This unit gives useful information and guidelines (such as websites) of the different equipment and teaching aids teachers can choose from. An Educator's lesson would be more interesting and more effe
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Country Club Estates
This unit touches upon how to plan lessons in order to teach vocabulary, language/grammar points and language functions. The first section talks about teaching vocabulary. In this section, I have lea
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Coventry
The attitude of the teacher from the beginning of the class to the end of the class has a profound effect on what and how the students learn. It is important to engage the students right off the bat a
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Coverdale Crossroads
This Unit introduced me to theories,methods and techniques of teaching. I learnt a great deal about lessons planning and what is essencial during the classes I plan for my students. From this Unit I l
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Covered Bridge Farms
The first video lesson was boring, awkward, and downright painful to sit through while the second was definitely more engaging. I do feel that the instructor gave a bit of false information in the se
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Cowgills Corner
I felt this unit contained a number of points looking back at prior units. If we have already covered this information, why are we going back over it again. I feel, since I have done reasonably well w
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Cragmere
This unit talks about there ways to assess the language level fo students, these are: tutorials, evaluation by students and tests. It is often appropriate to give tests at different stages of the cour
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Cragmere Woods
I found this part nice short and sweet. It was quiet easy to read and learn about this section. When I first looked into a TEFL course I did not know about the various types of course that are out t
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Craigs Mill
Reading and Listening are receptive skills that are not mostly covered in the classes. Most of the time the teachers want the students to speak without giving them information at first. They only give
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Cranston Heights
In this unit I learnt the difference of course books(best use; advantage and disadvantages) and lesson materials(authentic and created material) with some common used created materials including cross
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Cristine Manor
This unit is about using the equipment with the goal of effective teaching. It has a list of typical resources (white or black board, course books, resource books, etc.) as well as the record of up-to
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Cross Keys
In this lesson I gained a refreshed perspective on certain aspects of grammar which I haven't necessarily thought about. In this unit it dawned on me how certain aspects of English are innately embedd
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Crossgates
Unit 6 was based on the structure of the past tenses. I noticed similarities in the form and usages, the rules differ as follows, all continuous forms feature the form of the verb 'to be' plus the 'in
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Dagsboro
This unit talked about Teaching aids. It covered fifteen different forms of teaching aids that are commonly or have been commonly used in some cases in language schools. Each form was clearly defined
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Darley Woods
In this unit talks about the importance of making a lesson plane, how the lesson plan can help you in teaching, and how to make a lesson plan with the ESA teaching skill. What I have learne
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Dartmouth Woods
In unit 13 we learned about course books and other materials. There are advantages to using a course book, such as a tried and true syllabus, it is graded to a language level, provides a balance set o
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Deakyneville
Unit 11 is a short but important unit. it talks about how to asses students. the 3common ways to do this are tutorials, evaluations by students and tests. within the tests there are a great variety of
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Deerhurst
This unit displayed a clear example of how to teach English as a foreign language. In the first video the teacher was not interested in the lesson and he rushed through it. He didn't take the time to
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Del Haven Estates
Teaching special groups The teaching of the beginners, there are categories of beginners: 1. The absolute beginner: students who have no idea of English at all 2. The beginner without Roman alphabet:
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Del Shire
I got the important experriences which may help me express the structure of modal verbs in a undestandable and clear way so that students don't get troubles during learning language. I learnt the po
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Delaire
Unit 16 strengthened me in the belief that learning grammar is the biggest challenge that awaits the future English language teacher. I had problems with the department (conditional) that I raised her
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Delaney Corner
It talks about many different type of material and teaching aids and the usages, the advantage and disadvantage of using, and appropriate of using in each materials. In
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Delaplane Manor
This unit was a tough one. By far, this was the longest and most technically difficult unit so far. I had some trouble with the area on stressing certain syllables as the rules aren't always completel
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Delaware City
In this Unit I learn about modals,phrases verbs,passive voice and relative clauses. I get some new ideas for teaching students modal verbs and passive voice. I learn that form of passive voice is pred
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Delaware Heights
Unit three was an extremely long and information packed lesson. I feel like even after reading and studying this lesson for almost a week I have yet to absorb all it has to offer. I really love the Co
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Delaware Junction
This unit at the start mentioned that it was one of the more complex tenses in English to teach. However, I found this unit to have more straight forward rules between each tense thus making it much e
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Delaware River Pier
Unit 11 depicts the concept of receptive skills -focusing more on reading and listening- which I didn't really know about. The reasons why someone is trying to read or listen can be different: for a p
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Delaware State Hospital
This unit was helpful in delineating how to break up or group vocabulary in oder to create a contextually relevant lesson. I do usually use a theme like "To invite" or "To apologise" as a route to le
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Delmar
Unit 13 covers the very important subject of pronounciation ,which is mostly neglected by teachers .This unit deals with the areas of Stress, Rhythm and Intonation as well as fucusing on International
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Delpark Manor
Thanks to this unit I have memorazed types of tests and their differences. In this article was mentioned a few main tests. For examples: external tests, progressive tests,diagnostic tests,practice te
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Delshire-Hickory Dale
In this unit we looked at two videos of an English lesson. In the first video the teacher seemed unprepared, harsh and messy, which seemed to affect the students' active participation. In the second v
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Derby Shores
This section was really interesting, because although I have read or referenced the dictionary many times I have never paid any attention to the phonetic words or alphabet. Reading this was like a wh
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Devon
I have understood that a thourough grasp of phonetics is highly important in teaching, more for the teacher than the students, in practical terms, ie. making students read phonetic script is probably
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Devonshire
Unit 19 discusses the topic of teaching special groups. It begins with a look at the first of four different types of classes that come under the label of special groups, teaching beginners. It identi
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Dewey Beach
A lesson plan is a teacher's detailed description of the course of instruction or "learning trajectory" for a lesson. A daily lesson plan is developed by a teacher to guide class learning. Details wil
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Dexter Corners
Just like I mentioned in one of the previous units, about Past tenses, I find this one also to be confusing for students sometimes, because it's more complex and it makes it difficult for them to noti
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Dobbinsville
This unit talks about the past tense, the past is important because that is where we come from. The past tense is used to describe most of our personal experiences as well as things that have happened
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Douglas Forge
In this unit I learned about modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice in details as well as the phrasal verbs and relative clauses . I also learned that modal auxiliary verb can be used to express
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Dover
This Unit helps teacher how to use course books and materials in a right and effective way. Sometimes teachers are so depended on the course books, that makes their lessons more predictable and boring
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Dover Base Hospital
Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs such as will, shall, may, might, can, could, must, ought to, should, would, used to, have to, have got to, need are used in conjunction w
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Dover Base Housing
This unit focuses on the two main receptive skills; reading and listening. Throughout this unit, I have learned that there are two main reasons for listening/reading (for a specific purpose or for p
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Doverbrook Gardens
In unit 16 we studied the five conditions, as well as the way reported speech alters slightly from direct speech. The Zero conditional form is [if(when) + present tense, present tense]. You could repl
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Downs Chapel
In unit 6 The Past Tenses I learn't that there are four past tenses, and nine ways in which to use them. Learning how to understand these tenses and their uses will help with reading,speaking, listeni
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Drawbridge
This unit teach such good things are planning, what it is very important. Because if we do lesson plan, we will manage class easy and we will know what we can teach and practice during the class.If we
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Drummond North
This unit gave an overview of the theories of teaching a language as well as structures and specific activities appropriate to each lesson section. It went into detail about the Engage-Study-Activate
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Dublin Hill
A great unit to remind everything I have read and learnt during the course. Seriously, all the units are invaluably important and useful for me. I realize now that only 20 units were enough to touch a
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