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Palmer Park
In this unit, I learnt how to teach a new language and what to consider while doing so. I learnt how to select appropriate vocabulary and grammar to teach students and how to implement them into my te
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Paris Villa
The unit discusses the different types of present tense and how each one is utilised. Firstly, the present simple, used for habits, routines, facts, newspaper headlines, and reported speech. Secondly,
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Parkside
Vocabulary is very important to the students,especially at the early stages when students'are motivated to learn basic words the need to get by in the language.One of the biggest problems of vocabular
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Pearson Grove
I took this unit in some minutes. The basic grammar, as the conditionals and reported speech, is what an English teacher should know to be able to speak and write correctly. Moreover, a teacher should
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Pembrey
This unit was based on course books and lesson materials. These are very important tools used in the classroom to teach learners of different backgrounds. It is true that a teacher will become so depe
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Penarth
It's very important to know how to behaive in the class , and not only students have to follow rules but teachers also have to remember how to behaive while they are teaching. Because gestures, voice
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Pencader
The introduction of the language to students must be done focusing not only in teaching functions and appropriate structures, but also on the production of it. Vocabulary is also taught being especial
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Pendrew Manor
The Unit 11 is quite short but contains meaningful information about the teaching receptive skills -listening and reading. All the skills are equally important and have the reasons and motives divided
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Penn Acres
In this unit, we go over the common problems that can occur during teaching English class. In the first class, there is no need to use the course book and instead of that we should establish rapport
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Penn Rose
Conditional statements and questions reflect in many cases ideas concerning hypothetical or unknown information, which can be difficult for students to grasp. The five categories of Conditionals compo
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Pennock
Although writing skills do have a lot of importance, particularly for adult students requiring it for business reasons, my view is that there is a level of compeetency in the language before any writt
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Pennrock
Zero conditional refers to actions that are irrefutable and are indicated by the form of if/when + present tense, present tense. First conditional talks about a situation in the future that is probabl
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Pennwood
I have enjoyed processing through the explanation of TTT and STT significance. Being mindful of such matter, I will ask the students more questions to quantify their understanding rather than to pour
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Pennyhill
We felt that this unit was a little confusing, It was difficult to understand the concept on paper, and felt a little like reading the rules to a card game before you've played a hand. We both struggl
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Pennyhill Terrace
Lesson planning provides the flexibility for an experienced teacher to cater to the needs of the students yet enough structure to guide an inexperience teacher. Generally speaking a lesson plan should
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Penrock
The content of this lesson was focused on the forms, usages and teaching activities for the Future tenses in the English language. There are seven different tenses that are used for the present tense.
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Pepper
This section was informative as I was unaware of the external tests that students had to take in order to prove their proficiency. I know of the ones for people who speak Spanish as a second language,
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Pepperbox
This unit was of great significance in learning about teaching pronunciation and phonology. It laid emphasis on how modulation of sound in a sentence is important and how does the change in the stress
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Perry Park
Today concludes our tenth unit Video Lessons. The videos we watched include two English classes with two very different attitudes from the teacher. In the fist video the teacher was unwelcoming and in
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Perth
It is good to know that the set up of a classroom can change the environment and the mood. I also found it helpful to learn when sitting and standing are most appropriate, such as sitting while a stud
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Petersburg
this unit was incredibly helpful as it gave a physical example of the the different teaching techniques and how a class might be run seamlessly from activity to activity. It also highlighted why some
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Phillips Heights
Unit 15 focuses on Evaluation and Testing. We learn the importance of testing in schools and language centers and how tests can be taken for many different reasons and be adapted to a specific audienc
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Phillips Hill
This unit talked about the different resources that can be used in the classroom. I felt that some of the things mentioned in the chapter are a little outdated, because I can't remember the last time
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Pickering Beach
Unit fifteen was all about evaluating students, the three ways to evaluate students that we covered in this unit are; tutorials, evaluation by the students, and tests. Tutorials are used for reviewing
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Piedmont
This unit describes the different ways that are commonly used to evaluate students. Evaluation can be in a tutorial, by students themselves or in the form of a test. There are a number of different t
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Piermont Woods
This unit explained well how the relationship between the teacher and students in the classroom arises from the beginning of consideration and communication with the eye and how the good teacher can m
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Pike Creek
In unit 20 I learned that there are two main groups of classes, the new group and the existing group. It is important for the teacher to establish a good rap-ore with both group. I learned that speaki
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Pike Creek-Central Kirkwood
This lesson talks about Teaching receptive skills, There are four basic skills in any language; receptive skills – reading and listening, and productive skills – speaking and writing there are re
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Pilgrim Gardens
Relevant and realistic information has been given in terms of the types of classes and learners a teacher would be possibly be exposed to. There is a relevant outline of the differences between teachi
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Pilottown
This unit helped me out to make a clearer view of the modals. Before I was able to understand, to use them easily but it was a challenge to explain them. Also, I have got more ideas how to explain the
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Pine Swamp Corner
Overall, this unit touches upon the following topics: - What makes a good teacher? - What makes a good learner? - Common breakdown of different language level - Difference between young learners and
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Pine Tree Corners
This unit offers insight about how to manage a classroom properly and how to create the ideal learning environment for the students. For instance, throughout this unit, I learned how one's hand gestur
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Pinecrest
What I have learned from this unit is while it is important to focus on a student it is also important to learn the various type of teacher we have to be depending on the age of the students and we ha
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Pinetown
This unit, although short, is very important because it deals with what materials teachers can use as aids for the teaching of languages. it is very good to know that this method does not push us as t
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Pinewood
This section was interesting as I did not expect the small details between each type of student. I expected larger and more incredible differences between each type of student and how to plan the less
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Piney Grove
In this Unit I learn about importance of teaching students correct pronunciation. I learn about intonation patterns: rise/fall,flat,fall/rise. Intonation expresses speaking persons' emotions and feeli
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Piney Grove Manor
This unit is helpful in identifying that the situations we find ourselves in as teachers of a foreign language are not always ideal and can be very different and very demanding. Large classes of mixed
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Pleasant Hill
In this unit I learned about student testing and evaluation. Some of the evaluation such as homework, course unit testing, external test and half and end of term tests. Here I learned a few of the mos
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Pleasant Hills
The content of this unit talks about teaching receptive skills (listening and reading) and, first this unit mentions about the important of listening and reading skills, the other skills that
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Pleasanton Acres
In this unit we focused on classroom management. This skill is very important for an English teacher. Classroom management is organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed, and mainta
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Pleasantville
This unit explained modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modals are used to express different number of ideas like advice, ability, obligation, possibility and permission. It can be also used to e
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Plymouth
Timing a lesson is critical to success with a class. I can think of nothing worse than having a one hour lesson and having to fill in a space at the end of the class - or having to rush to finish with
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Point Breeze
Correcting students' grammar and pronunciation in class will be a large part of my job. With this in mind, it's very important to know when and when not to correct them. Too many corrections, or corre
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Polly Drummond
This following unit was all about receptive skills, this unit broke down the skills needed while reading and listening. Receptive reading and listening is separated into two main motives, reading and
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Polly Drummond Hill
This unit can be separated into four different sections, with each tackling an advance grammar point in the English language; modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs.
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Ponders Siding
By studying this unit I have learnt what an IWB is, as this form of technology is not commonly found in my region. I was able to understand and learn the factors I need to consider before using any of
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Port Mahon
In this unit talks about teaching students for the first lesson. What to teach during the first class, how check about the students' level their need. How to do with a large class of student
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Port Penn
We are going to study future tenses. The simple future refers to a time later than now, and expresses facts or certainty. The example is "I will eat banana after my lunch." The future continuous is ma
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Porter
This unit was based on coursebooks and lesson materials. As we are already aware of, some teachers swear by coursebooks and other teachers despise them. Course books are a very emotive issue for teach
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Portsville
A lesson plan is a teachers detailed description of the course of instruction for the lesson. It is important to have a lesson plan because its acts as a teachers guide for running a particular lesson
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