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Meadowbrook
This chapter explained how to manage the class. There are very important things like eye contact, gesture and voice that play a role in managing successfully the class. The other important part of man
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Meadowbrook Acres
In this unit I learned that there are two different productive skills: speaking and writing. I learned the difference between accuracy and fluency activities, their functions, and when they are usuall
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Meadowood
This unit gave a deep emphasis on how to deal with different types of students such as reluctant ones, ones coming from various cultural backgrounds with different native languages and students with d
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Mechanicsville
Modals are used to expressed different ideas such as obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice. There are 7 true model aux verbs and there are " will, should, might, can, may, must, coul
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Meeting House Hill
This unit separates out the different styles and types of test students of a foreign language may experience and their use. I think the distinction between the diagnostic and the placement test is a
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Melvin Crossroads
In this unit I learned a lot about the advantages and disadvantages of course books, authentic materials and created materials. It was very interesting to outline the strengths and weaknesses thereof
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Melvins
This lesson showed me that the attitude of a teacher does have a profound affect on the students and the lesson as a whole.If the teacher just comes into class and starts talking it doesn't help the s
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Melvins Crossroads
During this unit I was taught, and I learned the different ways we as teachers are able to teach and be applicable to different special groups, these groups include beginners, individuals (one to one)
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Mermaid
In this unit, I learned about teaching different groups of people. Young students need more visuals and more variety in activities as they has short attention spans while adult learners generally can
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Middleboro Manor
After the comparison with two different video, I see how an effective and an ineffective class like and how profound the effect the teacher is on the class especially the teachers' attitude, which can
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Middleford
Generally in my tutoring practices, I have not given students any assessment. After reading through this lesson, I see the necessity of administering progress tests. In this way, I can measure the s
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Middlesex Beach
This unit described the types of equipment that can be used in an EFL/ESL classroom and provided internet links for sites that might help a teacher get ideas and material for lessons. For example, I
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Middletown
This unit was about how to teach productive skills, such as speaking and writing. As we know speaking and writing are used to communicate, so this unit shows us some speaking and writting activities a
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Middletown-Odessa
Unit 13 focused on teaching pronunciation and phonology. This unit opens areas of English teaching that is usually missing from most teacher training. My only experience with phonology is the play/mov
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Midnight Thicket
This unit focused on various skills involved with reading and listening as receptive skills, and showed various examples of lessons that help students achieve practicing doing these things while also
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Midvale
I have learned about the different patterns used for teaching vocabulary and grammar. Grammar or vocabulary lessons commonly use straight arrow ESA approach, whereas function based lessons are more co
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Midway
This unit had two movies that showed language class. One movie showed wrong way of teaching and the other movie showed the correct way of teaching. In the first movie the teacher made many mistakes wh
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Midway Park
The unit talks about the difference between authentic materials and creative materials. Examples of authentic would be things like the following in the list below. programmes, magazines, newspapers,
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Milford
Unit 20 was based on troubleshooting and common problem situations that teachers can encounter in the classroom and also suggested ways of dealing with them. I have learnt about the manner in which i
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Milford Crossroads
Unit 4 was yet another one of those that seem to be dedicated english language refresher material, which I would assume is only as relevant as the student determines. Though I'm sure many students lik
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Milford Meadows
I learned from this unit how to teach the language to the student in an effective and practical manner so that he can use it easily without feeling that it is alien to the possibility of using it in d
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Milford North
This unit so far has been the most difficult one for me, in particular, because I didn't study these things in depth for a very long time, and since I didn't have a chance yet to work in detail with m
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Milford South
Unit 13 dives into Pronunciation and Phonology;stressing that although it is a difficult and often neglected area of language to teach and understand even for the native speaker, it is nonetheless an
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Mill Creek
This unit was very informative. I definitely could not have described the four types of present tenses prior to learning this unit. I really enjoyed thinking about the different uses of each tense and
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Millpond Acres
In this Unit I learn about lesson planning. This Unit is very important for it shows step by step how to prepare for the class. I learn three functions of the lesson plan that I should always keep in
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Millsboro
This unit was about receptive skills and what the most right wat to teach them. So there are 4 basic skills in language: reading and listening these are receptive skills and of course speaking and wri
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Millside
The unit covers everything concerning the dynamics within a classroom and classroom control and organization. The attitude of the teacher will affect the general atmosphere of the class so a respectfu
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Milltown
unit 10 is including 2 types of contrasting videos of ESA demonstrations classes .the first video shows a grammar lesson where the students got confused cause of teacher 's not appropriate attitude an
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Millville
This Unit shows us two examples of lessons, and illuminate questions and problems we may face, by being a teacher. The first video may shows us some problem in classroom teaching, when the second one
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Milton
Some examples of modals are may.might,could,should,must,would,will,have to etc. Modals can be used to express a number of different ideas such as; obligation, possibility,permission,ability and advice
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Minners Corners
Unit 9 gave an overview of lesson planning. This unit was a little less informative than I had hoped overall, in all honesty. But the main takeaway I got was that there's no real right way to lesson p
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Minquadale
This unit was about evaluation and testing. Usually tests are divided on several groups and almost all of them can be use in language schools, except external exam. There are placement tests that are
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Mispillion Light
The unit is about the development of speaking and writing skills. Both are equally important, as the communication in the modern world happens not only in oral way but also in writing way. People who
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Mission
This chapter contains information about teaching the special groups. The business people usually have different levels of English. Some of them have some basic knowledge and the other haven't learned
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Mockingbird Hills
This unit impressed me because I learned from them how the sentence consists of what consists of whether the sentence is nominal or actual and was beginning to clarify the components of the sentence,
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Monroe Park
This unit revolves around the different levels and classifications of students, teachers, learning styles and teaching styles along with the basic understanding the teacher should have for the various
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Montchanin
The videos showed two opposite classes: the first one can be described as a gathering in which people is in a classroon listening to a person talking about a grammatical structute. There is no sense
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Monterey Farms
This unit covers such grammar points as modal verbs, phrasal verbs and passive voice. There are different types of modal verbs. They are: may, might, can ,should, must, have to ,would. Some of them ha
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Moores Corner
This unit seemed like a lot of common sense, but actually it's a great way to see how the breakdown of reading and listening skills works and to help the teacher pay attention to the finer details in
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Morris Estates
Making the most out of the time spent in class requires a fair amount of assessment from the teacher. Teaching receptive skills requires a balance of choosing the right topic, pre-teaching, and a care
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Morris Mill
Unit 7 covers the three pivotal domains of teaching any language--Vocabulary, Grammar, and Function, and likens their roles to the trunk,branches, and leaves of a tree...each have their own functions,
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Mount Cuba
Seeing the difference between the teachers attitudes reminds me of when I was in school. There were teachers who were really positive and great to see in class and you can tell that they wanted to alw
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Mount Joy
I have learnt how to correct the mistakes of students in which stage I should involve into the study proccess and what kind of way ? must follow to teach to learners in terms of their age
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Mount Pleasant
I enjoyed thinking about the different skills involved in reading and listening. I thought it was especially interesting to think about how our understanding of written or spoken words depends not jus
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Naaman
I appreciate the detailed explanation of the parts of speech. Though I am familiar with most components, there are still a few that I only know the names and forget their meaning. The basic rule for
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Naamans Gardens
Dear sir This unit was very short but important at the same time. In my opinion teachers have two types of salary the first type is a materailistic one while the second one is the real salary which i
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Naamans Manor
Printer-friendly version Phonology, also known as phonemics, is the study of the particular sound units (phonemes) in languages. It can be compared to phonetics, which is the study of human speech in
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Naamans Trailer Park
I am not completely surprised, but didn't realize that there are so many different English proficiency tests available. Based on some of the statements from the video for this unit, I wouldn't be sur
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Nanticoke Acres
This unit was quite short but it still has very interesting information on the trouble solving. I enjoyed that it has the quite common issues and the keys for them. Now I know that the first lesson s
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Nanticoke Estates
This unit instructed on how to organize and manage a classroom. Specifically, the unit laid out the different ways a class can be configured. From this, I learned that a horseshoe design is good to
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