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Postles Corner
This chapter was self explanatory, not sure what more to add here as it is obvious material. This chapter was self explanatory, not sure what more to add here as it is obvious material. This chapter w
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Powelton
This Unit was interesting because it starts to tie lots of information of other units. I find it very useful how this unit gives examples of each kind of lesson one can use as a teacher to introduce v
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Prices Corner
This unit was really helpful as I always struggled teaching pronunciation to adult learners. I was able to understand the difference between intonation and stress, types of intonation and what they me
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Primehook Beach
The unit explains pronunciation, which is often an underexplored and underexplained field of the English language. The unit describes the most common intonation patterns in the English language, most
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Pusey Crossroads
Vocabulary, grammatical structure, and language functions each have inherently preferred ways to be taught and learned. While there is never an ultimate "correct" way to teach a lesson, the ESA model
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Quaker Hill
This unit is about theories, methods and techniques. There are 9 methods that can be used in teaching a language. There isn't a right or the best method, each of them suits to the situation, task, cla
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Quakertown
This unit is about teaching materials we can use during our lessons. It describe advantages and disadvantages of usage of studding books. The main idea is- you need to be careful when you choose you t
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Quarryville
This chapter explains how to do evaluation and testing when it comes to teaching a language. There are few different types of tests that are used. Placement test is used to find out what level of lang
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Radnor Green
The unit demonstrates all of the teaching aids that might be used in an ESL classroom by a teacher. The first and most widely used is the board, on which the teacher can write, draw, add vocabulary, a
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Radnor Woods
In this unit Teaching equipment I learn't what equipment a teacher has to use in the classroom environment, such as white board, interactive white board, overhead projector, worksheets and work cards,
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Ralphs
In this unit we disscused tenses. English language states twelve tenses. There 3 different times in English: past, present and future like in every language. But why it states 12 tenses, beacause each
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Rambleton Acres
This unit introduced the different theories of teaching English and addressed the ESA method by explaining each stage and providing games and tasks that can be used by teachers in each stage. The uni
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Ramblewood
This unit deals with the teaching of special groups. It begins with a quick overview of teaching beginners. There are several different "types" of beginner. Absolute beginners, the false beginner - s
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Red Lion
This chapter seemed self explanatory. Let's see how I scored reflects that. This chapter seemed self explanatory. Let's see how I scored reflects that. This chapter seemed self explanatory. Let's se
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Redden
The teacher and student relation in the class is one of the best and important aspects of teaching, being able to know you're surrounding and how to approach a situation in the classroom is just as i
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Redden Crossroads
Unit 19 covered various approaches and pointers to abide by when teaching English to special groups. The groups--including beginners, individuals, children, business professionals, and multilingual/
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Reeves Crossing
This unit was tricky, what we take for granted as native speakers is complex in terms of the rules that are applied to the various examples given. The examples given consisted of various conditional r
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Rehoboth Beach
I have often thought in my own studies, both in english and other subjects, that reading, writing, and speaking are of the upmost importance, and lack a significant emphasis in university level course
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Rehoboth Manor
Unit 16 refers to conditionals and reported speech. Even though you are used to use conditionals correctly, you don't really know how to explain it nor how to teach it. It has been very interesting an
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Reliance
In a new teaching position a teacher will be faced with meeting a number of new classes for the first time,such classes can fall into two groups ie; new group and existing group. It is important to be
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Reybold
I found this unit extremely confusing. I'm sure my score on the quiz will reflect this. I don't understand the different phrasal verb types. I did some research online, but I'm wasn't able to corre
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Reynolds Mill
In this Unit I learn about the books and materials that are suitable for students. I learn the difference between authentic and created materials and when it's good to use them. I get to know the adv
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Richard Heights
The first lesson reminded me of many of my classes in high school and college, classes that were neither enjoyable or stimulating. The demeanor, tone, and proficiency of a teacher are critical factors
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Richardson Circle
In this lesson, I was able to look deeper into the different parts that go into making a lesson plan. I learned that in order to complete a successful lesson plan, you must take the students through s
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Richardson Estates
In unit 21, we study two given lessons about the same subject manner, but with very different executions. In the first video, the teacher is magnanimous, over-corrective, moves too fast, doesn't fully
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Richardson Park
This past unit was all about productive skills which are writing and speaking. The main purpose for these skills are for communicating either by speaking the language or writing the language. While te
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Ridgewood
When we learn new language listnening and reading are very important, they are basic of langugae. And practicing them in correct way is a teacher's work. In this case teahcer must choose right texts a
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Rising Sun
This challenging module touched on many important aspects of grammar usage including modals (should, might, must, etc.), relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. However, I would advise the course moderat
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Rising Sun-Lebanon
I feel like I always repeat myself however again this section was very informative. However, i did struggle with the section as I felt wasn't overly familiar with the type of verbs, sorry what I mean
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Riverdale
This chapter explains different tenses that are used in English language. The material includes four areas: form, usages, typical student errors and activate stage teaching ideas. The form focus on gr
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Riverside
This unit can gives us information about testing and evaluating students' laguage levl and what they learnt from the course. We can find different types of tests and exams in this unit what make clear
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Riverside Gardens
In this unit I have learnt the importance of developing writing skills and how should a typical creative writing activity lesson look like. I took a look at all the games from the unit and they are c
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Riverview
There are English learners who do not have the opportunity to practice in an English speaking environment, so it is important to create a more natural and meaningful learning environment in the classr
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Robbins
This unit is on Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice. I have learnt how to examine modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice , as well as a brief summary of pharsal verbs and relative clauses. I
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Robinsonville
Unit Seven is focused on using the ESA methods to teach new vocabulary, grammar and function. Usually, lessons will introduce or be focused on one specific area at a time. Grammar and vocabulary less
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Robscott Manor
This lesson was very important because it gave me a good look at what it takes to teach a class and the amount of time, effort and preparation it takes to be ready for a classroom. The information pro
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Rock Manor
Assessing and Evaluating learners is very important whether it is done formally or informally. The Teacher will be able to know where the learners are at on an academic level. It will also help the Ed
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Rockland
In an integrated lesson, teachers should be able to incorporate the four main skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing. This unit covers the receptive skills, i.e, reading and listening, consi
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Rodney Square
This unit was pleasantly short, simple, and to the point but again it is obviously a vital component to any form of teaching, and for me it was quite the eye opener to note the differences in types of
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Rodney Village
I found this section the most interesting so far as it was different form of learning especially were they compared both videos. It was very clear to understand the difference that video 1 the teache
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Rodric Village
Like the present tense unit, I felt that this one had a singular purpose, that being to reinforce what knowledge I already, and/or dust of the decades old teachings of language rules most of us don't
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Roesville
A very interesting unit, in terms of analysing teacher/pupil behaviour. Starting out as a teacher, this highlights the benefits of focusing on listening, rather than speaking, ie. being "child-centred
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Rogers Corners
This week we completed unit 15 which focused on testing and evaluation. There are many different types of test out there and the all have a meaning and a place in the classroom. Not all tests are requ
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Rogers Haven
This unit helped me understand the various external examinations that I wasn't aware of before and it's purpose. I was able to understand and learn how I could use different types of tests to help det
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Rogers Manor
This unit covers Future tenses- Simple, Continuous, Perfect, Perfect continuous and 'Going to.' Future Simple-Usages: spontaneous decisions, predictions without evidence, future facts and promises/thr
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Rolling Hills
Unit 12 focuses on the teaching of productive skills. Speaking and writing are the two productive skills, and require special activities in order to be developed. There are accuracy and fluency activi
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Rolling Park
In today's world of teaching there are many aids and tools are available for teacher that can be used in order to motivate students and increase their engagement level in the classroom. Some of the a
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Rose Hill
This unit covers conditionals and reported speech. The first part of the unit focuses on conditionals, and the different forms of it that exist. The unit gives us the form and the usage of each condit
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Rose Hill Gardens
Unit 12 explains what productive skills are: writing and speaking. When trying to reinforce those skills, we should ask ourselves why the students want to communicate in order to choose topics that wi
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Rosedale Beach
In this unit I learnt how important that it was for a teacher to write out a proper lesson plan. The advantages of doing a lesson plan to not doing one are way higher. I learnt that a good lesson plan
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