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Nanticoke Indian Tribe
Conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals: These are sentences containing 'if' (or similar expressions such as 'when') which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are five main
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Nassau
A detailed study of teaching methodologies for beginners, individual students, children are given extensively in this unit. Business English teaching methodologies are also given which is very useful
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New Castle
This unit for me was, I could say, more constructive and technical maybe, in a sense that it taught me more about materials, how to choose them, and when to use which materials. I didn't have a chance
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New Castle Manor
This final unit talks about the common difficulties that a teacher could encounter in the classroom, as well as how to overcome these obstacles. In this chapter, I have learned the followings: - How
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New Market
In this unit talks about assessment and evaluation. For this, there are many ways of assessment and evaluating (tutorial, evaluation by students and test). For the test there are many type
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Newark
Out of all the Units regarding tenses so far this was the most difficult one. I had to thoroughly go through the Unit material in order to familiarize myself with the correct usage of various future t
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Newkirk Estates
This week we completed Unit 14 which focused on coursebooks and the different lesson materials that are available to the teachers. Books and planned lessons create the basic building blocks of the cla
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Newport
This unit is talking about teaching english to different groups of students.Even the basic rules of lesson's managment are the same for everyone, lesson's plan will vary depends on your students and t
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Newport Heights
In this unit Coditionals and reported speech, here are are few things that I learned. Conditionals are sentences that contain an 'if' or a similar word something like (when) and theses refer to the pa
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Nonatum Mills
The unit describes the importance of using reading materials in a class. Examples of reading material include authentic materials, such as newspapers, magazines, menus, or anything that could naturall
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North Claymont
I found this unit very helpful. It was very interesting to see the difference between a well structured lesson plan, enthusiastic teacher and students and an unorganized, unimpressed teacher. It was v
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North Hills
This unit goes over all equipment and teaching aids that are used in teaching in teaching an English class. It goes into detail about the use of each aid, its advantages and disadvantages and how to u
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North Ridge
This unit has been interesting to read and I found, as usual, a lot of good tips and examples on how to approach which group. I have been teaching online for a few years now, and I have a mixed group
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North Seaford Heights
This unit introduces the various equipment and teaching aids that teachers can use in a classroom, along with some guidelines about how to use them. These teaching aids include the followings: - Whit
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North Shores
This unit gave me a lot of great ideas for structuring my lessons in terms of the broad arch of a lesson, as well as specific activities within each lesson stage. The unit also gave me lots of great i
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North Star
In unit 12 we learned more in depth about teaching speaking and writing skills. We learned when selecting a method or mode, such as a game, for teaching new language, that some methods will lend thems
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Northcrest
Unit 19 looks at some more specialized groups that teachers may encounter in their teaching career.I feel that I have learnt some good techniques and activities that can be used when teaching specific
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Northshire
Unit 8 was based on the Tense System and focused on the future. There are a number of different ways of referring to the future in English. The most common are the future simple, the future continuous
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Northwest Dover Heights
This unit displays an overview of the various responsibilities of the teacher in the classroom, and notes that differences in language levels and age influence the types of lessons and methods of moti
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Northwood
Unit 11 was based on teaching receptive skills and its importance in language together with the four basic skills. Teaching and listening is divided into two main categories, namely, for a purpose and
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Nottingham Green
In this unit I learned about the Phonetic symbols and the actual components that make up the English language. This lesson is very important especially where I will be working in China since their nat
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Nottingham Manor
This unit elaborates on the parts of speech . Reading through this unit I have learnt alot on the various parts of speech ( that is kinds , usage etc) .I leanrt that teaching grammar will be very easi
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Oak Grove
Your answer: Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more inetresting , effectibe and less dependent on the textbooks. Unit 17 eloborate on the aspects of teaching aids and equipement
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Oak Hill
The Unit 2 refreshed my Grammar knowledge. It contains information on usage of nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions/ conjunctions. The mentioned parts have rule
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Oak Lane Manor
I am not quite sure what I've learned except that grammar is confusing for me as a native English speaker, so I feel very sorry for EFL learners trying to get all of this straight in their heads! Mod
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Oak Orchard
This unit was about the teaching of pronunciation skills. I read that the special science, Phonology, describes the sounds’ properties. The text informs me about the parts of stress, rhythm and int
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Oakdale
I didn't realize the different levels there are to the English language. The teating makes sence so the students know what they're doing but for the teacher to make sure there're really are teaching
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Oakland
This unit was based on the structure of the past tenses. I see similarities in the form and usages, the rules differ as follows, all continuous forms feature the form of the verb 'to be' plus the 'ing
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Oakley
This unit is about productive skills which are speaking and writing,though many students often pay more attention to speaking than writing both skills are equally of importance. Written text has quite
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Oakmont
The past tense has it's simple, continous, perfect, and perfect continuous forms. Each one must be understood and is built with it's own specific structure. For example, while one would use the past c
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Oakwood Hills
The system and structure of the past tenses is similar to the present. There are 4 past tenses. The are: simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous. There are regular and irregular verbs in the p
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Ocean View
In this unit I learned about four past tenses in English, which are the past simple, the past continuous, the past perfect, and the past perfect continuous. The past simple is formed in the affirmati
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Ocean Village
I have gotten the the vital knowledge about the difficulties during the first class and over time ? think that especially if we have new group of students it will more likely be d?ff?cult
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Odessa
Films, music and books all provide a huge amount of teaching opportunities at all levels of learning - from nursery rhymes for elementary learning to folk music or other forms which tell a story in th
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Odessa Heights
The unit demonstrates the most efficient way for new teachers to think about planning lessons for their classes and how best to approach the planning process, which can depend on a number of factors.
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Ogletown
The most difficult part of teaching English, in my opinion, is spelling. Because English is not a phonetic language, most of the students find it very difficult. In This unit, I have learned how to us
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Old Furnace
In this unit I learned the productive skills which are speaking and writing, and the receptive skills which are listening and reading.These are again split up into receptive and productive skills.The
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Old Mill Manor
I think this unit was very interesting especially explaining sounds made by the mouth and experiencing the positions of the tongue, lips and parts of the mouth in making different sounds. I think the
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Old Shawnee
I agree that the tense system is the most difficult part, in my opinion for both teachers and students. It's difficult to explain it and for students is difficult to absorb it and to apply it. I find
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Omar
This unit was very useful in understanding the importance of accuracy and fluency in different stages of speaking and writing. It was very useful in understanding what methodologies can be used to mak
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Overbrook
This unit was a helpful introduction to the grammar associated with teaching new language. We especially enjoyed the techniques for presenting and practicing as they were helpful in helping understand
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Overbrook Shores
In this unit, I learned different ways of evaluating student's levels and progress, also some of the common external exams that teachers prepare their students for. Evaluations are important for stude
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Overlook
For each form of the past tense instruction, I especially like the sample activate teaching ideas. As students can interact and converse in english, they will be able to process more of the usage of
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Overlook Colony
As any teacher knows, not what works for one age group won't always work for the next. However, from this chapter it's evident that the needs of the classroom are always foremost. A 1 on 1 class may b
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Overview Gardens
In this unit I learned about the importance of testing as well as the plethora of external exams available to test your overall English knowledge. While testing is important in any learning environmen
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Owens
The future is one of the most comple tenses in English. Because it is not only future simple, continuous, perfert and perfect continuous, but also it is considered that to the future tenses belong pre
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Owls Nest Estates
Ok... I thought my head was spinning a bit after the Past Tenses, now my head is REALLY spinning. So many different usages and forms to try to remember and pinpoint. I need to make myself a chart th
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Oyster Rocks
This unit is about characteristics of teachers and learners in a classroom and how these characteristics affect the success of the class. Good teacher traits include having knowledge on a subject, lis
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Paden Corner
in my opinion this Unit is one of the most important units/ information when it comes to learning English because as a foreigner student I had to start from the base to get to where I am right now spe
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Palm Spring Manor
This unit introduces the different parts of speech in a sentence, along with their functions: There's are several types of part of speech that we can find in a sentence: - Articles - Nouns (words th
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