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Rosegate
Unit seven discusses parts of teaching a new language. The three basic parts of the lesson were teaching vocabulary, introducing grammar, and teaching language functions. When teaching vocabulary, it'
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Roselle
This unit is talking about development of receptive skills in your students. I really liked the point that reading and listening are not only matters for the eyes and ears, but also a matter of using
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Roselle Terrace
The content of this unit was unexpected, but much appreciated. I'm sure it is one of those things many future teachers don't dwell on until they are in the moment, wondering how they should supplement
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Roseville Park
? learnt how to monitor the plan of lesson to have an advanced teaching methods I believe that students should feel relax as opposed to expose them to follow just the teacher rules during le
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Ross
this unit taught me how a sentence is formed and what each word is. I learned that there are many different parts to speech and that often a sentence consists of much more than just a subject and a ve
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Rosscott Manor
This unit gave a good understanding of various future tenses and its various usages with good examples. It also gave us a glimpse of present simple and present continuous tenses. The thorough understa
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Roxana
This unit was about teaching receptive skills. We have two receptive skills - reading and listening. They are both equally important in the process of learning a new language. We can divide reasons f
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Royal Grant
In this unit, we considered methods to build receptive language skills. To be honest, I have my doubts that receptive language skills can be adequately developed in a classroom setting; for the amoun
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Runnymeade
this unit is going to be reviewed for many times as it contains a lot of useful resources that I will use for sure in future. Also I have found that there are many more resources that may be used at t
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Ruthby
Unit 19 is very interesting and very important because it deals with all the different types of groups that a teacher can have. It is very important to understand as a teacher the type of group you ha
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Rutherford
Each class will either be considered a new group or an existing group. In a new group, students don't know each other and work will be required to build rapport. In an existing group, students are lik
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Sabarto East
Today concludes unit seventeen which focused on equipment and teaching aids.There are so many tools at our disposal to teach English as a foreign language. From books and flash cards to an online dict
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Saint George
This unit was about techniques to teach vocabulary, language structures and language functions. It helped me understand factors that I need to consider while teaching new vocabulary and language struc
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Saint Georges
By watching these two videos, I realized that attitude of the teacher is very important and directly affect learning of the students. In the fist video, the teacher had an angry an unpleasant respon
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Saint Georges Heights
Reading and listening skills are very important for everyone, not just English language learners. It can be more challenging though to develop those skills in a language that is not your first langua
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Saint Johnstown
In this unit I learned the productive skills which are reading , speaking and writing listening, .These are again split up into receptive and productive skills.The reading and listening skills are kno
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Sand Hill
In unit 20 Troubleshooting the first lesson that was addressed covered common problem and solutions. This portion covered the first lesson, warmers, different levels of students large classes, and th
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Sandtown
I have learned the difference between all of the past tenses and how to identify which form is being used. I can better identify the regular and irregular verbs while analyzing their past and past sim
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Sandy Brae
This module makes the teacher aware of the difference between the various uses in the future time and change the shape and composition of the sentence, which is divided into a simple future time and a
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Sandy Fork
I’m fully satisfied with the studying of this unit. In this unit I have studied the qualities, roles and responsibilities of the parts of teaching and studying processes in the school. I now have a
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Sandy Landing
This unit was interesting because it demonstrated how an instructor can maximize students' receptive learning during lessons. I learned that choosing topics to discuss in class is important as well a
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Saulsbury Switch
This past unit was all about teaching special groups. There are many different language levels varying from absolute beginner to beginner without roman alphabet. There is also different groups to teac
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Schoolview
This unit was complex and I did find some difficulties along the way. What was a challenge for me was the phonetic script. When dealing with nouns , adjectives and verbs the stress on the different sy
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Schultie Crossroads
In this unit talks about teaching many different special groups: Teaching beginner, teaching children, teaching individual student (one by one), and business group. Some techniques of teachin
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Scottfield
Unit 14 covers the use of course books. It is stated that that the opinion of course books varies widely between teachers- some like them, some hate them. This unit covers the use of course books, as
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Scrap Tavern Crossroads
This unit touches upon the four present tenses in English, which are the following: - Simple Present (subject + base form) - Present Continuous (subject + aux. verb "to be" + verb in -ing form) - Pre
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Seabreeze
In tutoring college students, I have found many of them making punctuation mistakes. It is not until this lesson that I have realized the importance of punctuation instruction. From now on, I will b
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Seaford
The desirable traits for a teacher are an overall kindness, knowledge, and a capacity to best encourage and guide the students. A good student will also be receptive and engage in learning. The differ
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Seaford Heights
Unit 14 relates to coursebooks and lesson materials. When teaching, you can use different types of materials such as authentic and created materials; materials should be different according to your st
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Sedgley Farms
The Unit 8 is about future tenses. The future simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous tenses are commonly used for presenting what people would like to say about something that takes place in
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Seeneytown
The rules and structure for past tenses are similar to those in the present tenses. Many of the principles for the present tenses also apply to the past tenses. Continuous forms in the present and pas
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Selbyville
This has been the most difficult lesson to study by far. This is mostly due to the introduction of the entire content. Indeed in private tutoring sessions, intonation is not looked at in great detai
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Selbyville-Frankford
This unit covers lesson planning. It is generally believed that too much planning can lead to rigidity, while not enough planning can lead to disorganization. It’s beneficial for inexperienced teach
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Seven Hickories
‘Receptive Skills’ (also known as ‘Passive Skills’, or reading and listening) are often contrasted with productive skills (speaking and writing). When learning a new language learners tend to
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Shady Lane
The units lists the different past tenses used in the English language and the situations in which they are used. The English past tenses begin with the past simple, used to describe finished past act
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Sharpley
This unit gave a comprehensive view regarding the advantages and disadvantages of the coursebook and how to make lessons more interesting by using various created materials to suit the need and temper
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Shawnee
This unit reviews the past tenses, used to describe actions that are completed in the past without reference to a specific point in time, past simple, or actions that are completed in the past with re
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Shawnee Acres
This unit as well as the previous one, looks as easy as ABC. I did not find anything new to me. The rules to use the past tenses are very similar to the ones for the present tenses; the continuous for
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Shawtown
Unit 16 was based on conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing 'if' which refer to the past, present and future possibilities. There are five main clauses, zero conditio
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Sheffield Manor
It was interesting to watch two different videos as the examples of positive and negative English teaching experience. In the first one a teacher behaved inappropriately; he could point at somebody wi
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Shellburne
Unit 18, has been so far, the unit that has had more info that I have really not had present for a while now. the whole deal on phrasal verbs, relative clauses and passive voice are themes that althou
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Sherwood
Topic of this unit includes difficult and important grammar, Conditional and Reported speech for not young learners. It's very actual topic and very interesting part of grammar for me, teaching this i
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Sherwood Acres
Unit about teaching special groups is very important. The teacher has to know the needs of different groups of students and has to be flexible when changing the groups. It is important to understand t
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Sherwood Forest
In this Unit I learn about teaching special groups. There are there are dew different special groups of students that I migh come across| the false beginners,the absolute beginners,the adult beginners
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Sherwood Park
Classroom management requires subtlety and experience. By gauging the classroom’s level of engagement and interest it is possibly to prevent many of the more common disciplinary issues. For example,
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Shipley Heights
In this unit I learned about the plethora of resources that could possibly be available for me to use in my classroom. To my understanding my classrooms will have an overhead projector as well as a wh
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Shockley Manor
In this unit I realized that the teaching receptive skills are equally important as the productive skills, and get to knot the different reasons for reading and writing(for purpose and entertainment);
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Shortly
In this unit we can know more about different types of students and classes at all. And also we can find good information about Business English. As an English teahcer this topic was always very inter
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Shorts Beach
in this unit I have learned more about Grammar than the basic information and knowledge that I had from school. this unit helped me take a more in depth/ clear look into sentences and words that we us
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Silver Brook
It is true that Receptive skills and listening skills are the cornerstone to learning any new languge. It is always difficult to begin to learn a new language if you have never heard it be spoken befo
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