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Sycamore
The content of this unit was how to plan lessons and should we even plan them. Of course for the inexperienced teacher it is better to plan in advance, because it will be difficult to be able to condu
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Sycamore Gardens
I loved this unit because I was able to see the differences between an effective class and an ineffective class. It was obvious what the teacher was doing incorrectly in the first lesson. He did a t
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Talleys Corner
in this unit I learned about methodology, mistakes, and feedbacks. I have learned the different methodologies and how to use them to meet your student's needs and language level. student also need to
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Talleyville
There are different groups that teachers would come across to, therefore different methodologies and techniques must be planned. Beginners could be a rewarding experience, and a successful lesson will
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Tanglewood
The future tense is the most complex of the tenses, in this unit the future tense is explained in seven forms. I have learnt how each tense can be differentiated from the other,how to form the grammat
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Tarleton
In Unit 12 we take a look at productive skills in regards to speaking and writing. While speaking and writing may be different in many ways, they are both used for the same purpose and that is to comm
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Tasker
In this unit I think I was able to better grasp the use of the present, past and future perfect continuous as opposed to the present, past and future perfect. It really helped to understand that the f
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Tavistock
The use of materials in the classroom to teach a lesson is part of the lesson plan. There are authentic and non-authentic materials that teachers can work with. Either of them have advantages and disa
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Taylor Estates
In summary, resources help students understand the object of the lesson the teacher isconveying. Additionally, it helps the teacher to test whether the students have improved their understanding of th
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Taylors Bridge
In this unit we took at look at the basics pertaining to modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. For instance we looked at how different modal verbs express different degrees of uncertainty, transiti
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Taylors Corner
This unit is about teaching special groups like beginners, individual students, children and business clients. Beginners are likely to be motivated than the rest of the clients. Teaching adult beginne
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Taylortown
Receptive skills include both reading and listening. The main motives for reading and listening are either for a purpose, such as reading instructions, for entertainment, such as reading a book, or th
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Tent
Unit 12 followed the receptive skills unit with teaching the productive skills of speaking and writing, including a section about games for the classroom. I learned that writing skills are often negl
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The Beeches
In this unit, I learned first about modals. These are words I have known and used all my life, but never knew they were classified as modals. There are many different uses for these words in sentenc
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The Blades
The Passive Form expresses the idea of something or someone receiving an action or experiencing a particular event or effect. {see Passive Structure, B1 level} A Modal Verb is a type of auxiliary (he
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The Cedars
Like I've said over the years of teaching experience. Most things are never the how, the why, the where, the what, or the who, but the when. It's vital to remember when to act and when to to act as a
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The Hamlet
The success of a class has an enormous amount to do with the quality of the course materials. Course books will usually come with some accompanying materials. Workbooks, depending on how relevant and
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The Heath
This unit focused on the characteristics of good teachers and learners. In addition it reviewed age and cultural aspects that may affect learning. A review of the different levels of language acquisit
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The Highlands
In this Unit I learn about evaluating students. There are few different methods of evaluation. The reason for evaluation tests is simply to see students' level and progress in English language. This c
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The Island
This section taught me more about conditionals. I was able to understand that there are two types of clauses when dealing with conditional sentences, the "if" clause and the main clause, and either cl
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The Oaks
In this Unit 1 I learnt what it takes to be a good teacher as well as that a good teacher makes more likely a good student. As a teacher I am a model to my students and I’m to motivate them to study
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The Timbers
Phonology, also known as phonemic, 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 general, and includes the
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Thompsonville
Unit 15 prepares the teacher with an overview of evaluation and testing methods. The comment about giving ongoing feedback as a method of providing students with the information to self evaluate seem
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Thorntown
Vocabulary, grammer and functions are all very important parts of a new language and an effective teacher should use appropriate methodes of ESA to introduce new language .Normally for vocabulary or g
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Tidbury Manor
This was a unit that focused on watching a lesson taught by a teacher, one version deliberately doing it improperly and another where he was doing it more thoughtfully and properly. I think one of the
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Todd Estates
I found this section to be informative as it went through all the Technical materials that a teacher could use, such as DVD'S, videos and even cassette players. I feel like before this part I would a
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Tower Trailer Park
Troubleshooting: the first lesson, when face with the first lesson with the students, teacher will try to use activities that will achieve the following : 1. Find out the English level of each indivi
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Towne Point
In this unit I learned about the 7 different future tenses: future simple, future perfect, future continuous, future perfect continuos, going to, present simple and present continuous with future mean
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Townsend
At any given level, students learning a new language need to be exposed to the language itself, understand its meaning, how its constructed and how to practice the language in their daily lives. This
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Trepagnier
It was a simple and pleasant family, materials and tasks in the notes are understandable and clear. I like the exemplary exercises (included in the notes) that I will be able to use while teaching. I
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Trinity
The content in this unit brought me back to my years in English class. I use parts of speech in everyday life, but I hadn't realized what I was actually using. This unit helped me to recall knowledg
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Truitts Park
The chapter was all about lesson planning which will use the ESA method. Write a lesson plan - aids planning, work doc, record, keep simple, follow a structure, show time alloted, check for balance of
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Turnkey
Unit 17 stresses equipment and teaching aids for use in the ESL classroom to make lessons more interesting, not as dependent on the course book, and more effective in helping comprehension. Not all sc
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Tuxedo Park
The four sub-tenses of the Past Tense are the Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past Continuous, and Past Perfect Continuous. They share the same structure and theory as the Present tenses but with Past conj
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Twin Eagle Farms
This unit touches upon the four past tenses in English, along with their respective usages. After reading this unit, I have learned the following verb tenses: - Past Simple: Commonly used to talk abo
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Twin Oaks
In this lesson I learnt that the theory of teaching vocabulary,introducing gramatical structures and teaching language functions with the application of ESA structure.And there is a fact clarified to
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Tybrook
It is true too much planning can make lessons rather rigid and stop the teacher being flexible to the needs of the students.However,it is very difficult for inexperienced teachers to be able to be as
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Union Street
? learnt how to pronunciate the words in a good way thats why ? feel that ? have a better chance to teach english pronunciation to pupils more accurately. I know intonation sytle which shows t
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Upper Christiana
In this unit talks about teaching pronunciation, using phonology and phonetics. Focusing on stress and intonation of a word and a sentence. Study on the place of articulation, the organ wh
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Vagabond Trailer Park
Unit 8 teaches us the different future tenses and how to use it. I was a bit familiar with it but not that much so that has been very useful for me. I was able to clearly make a difference between th
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Valley Run
Unit twelve was concerned with the Productive skills of speaking and writing. The lesson differentiated between accuracy activities and fluency activities when teaching students how to speak. It revie
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Van Dyke Village
In this unit I learned about student grouping and the different ways I can arrange my classroom and group students according to the needs of the lesson I'm going to teach and of the students themselve
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Vandyke
While it was painful to see the first video, the students where amazingly cooperative and tried to do what the teacher wanted. He obviously has built a rapport with his students. I was very impresse
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Varlano
This was another fun unit. I often use phonology focused tasks in helping my young students who are non native speakers of English learn pronunciation. I've had success with mirrors and in singing n
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Vernon
This unit gave an in-depth knowledge of the receptive skills which is very important in teaching. It will help the teacher to gauge as to how to make students more responsive and engaging in the lesso
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Villa Monterey
This unit overviewed the different stages of a beginners class and talked about the differences between a young learner class and an adult class. For example, a student in an adult class might be ver
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Viola
During this unit I have learnt the importance of a lesson plan. It is a powerful tool to be used for guidance, reference and direction. It should be tailored to the class in question and flexible to s
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Voshell Cove
In this Unit I learn about equipment and teaching aids. Some of the equipment that might be available for teachers to use during the lessons might actually need proper training so it can be effectivel
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Voshell Mill
This unit focused on how to effectively manage a class. It gave a detailed overview of how we could ensure effective eye contact, gestures, modulate our voice for effective class management. It also c
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Walker
In this Unit, I have learned how to make a placement test for the students, how to build the sections in order to see what are their level of English. Also, I learned about the Diagnostic test, a test
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