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Walnut Ridge
In this unit, I learned the differences between a well-taught lesson and one that is poorly taught. After watching the two videos, it is obvious that the second lesson is the better of the two. In t
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Waples
This section covers conditionals and reported speech. I think the section on conditionals is fairly hard and fast with a few minor exceptions for conversational English. One being 2nd conditional is n
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Ward
This unit mainly gives information about how to teach new language. There are 4 things that students need to do with new language; be exposed to it,understand its meaning, understand how it's construc
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Warwick
The information presented on writing and speaking is very interesting. To take into consideration that some students may have to entirely learn how to use the English alphabet and all about punctuatio
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Washington Heights
Like them or not, many teachers are bound to using a coursebook. Maybe a syllabus is coursebook-driven, the school demand it, the expectation from parents is that they’ve shelled out for the book so
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Washington Park
I had not thought of teaching language as divided into these three separate components: vocabulary, grammar, and functions. It was helpful for me to think about how I may incorporate each of these fun
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Waterview Acres
This lesson was about teaching various special groups of learners. There were tips for teaching absolute and false beginner students, individual students, small children and business students. Regard
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Wawaset Park
What i learned and reached through this unit that the student and the teacher is one circle if the teacher is good enough the student becomes good as well as required, especially if the teacher has al
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Waynes Corner
In this unit I learned that there are two receptive skills: reading and listening, and that they are both equally important. I learned that students may find reading less challenging than listening be
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Ways Corner
This unit is about the future tenses. There 4 future tenses in English. They are: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous. Apart from that, some other tenses are us
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Webb Manor
In unit 9 we study lesson planning, the reason for creating a lesson plan and its forms, with examples. The reason we create a lesson plan is to have an aid in planning with visual references as you g
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Webster Farm
I liked that this unit spoke about the importance of also giving teach time to writing. It is equally as valuable as speaking and does require more accuracy of the English language. I could have been
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Wedgewood
The five main conditionals are as follows: 1.Zero conditional Form:if*when+present tense,present tense 2.First conditional Form:if+present simple,will 3.Second conditional Form:if+past simple,would,co
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Wedgewood Acres
In unit 19 I learned how to teach speacialized groups. I learned tips for teaching beginners along with the methodology and techneques, and the motivation, and some of the problems found when teaching
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Weisman Acres
In this unit I learned about conditionals (sentences that contain if) and their many forms. I found it interesting to apply knowledge about the tenses (past participle, present continuous, etc) to con
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Wellington Hills
I can see how this is a largely ignored area when teaching speakers of other languages. Quite frankly, this is hardly ever taught to native speaking children, only in the most rudimentary form, and ev
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Welshire
Types of classes: -the absolute beginner -the false beginner -the adult beginner -the young beginner -the beginner without Roman alphabet Teaching individual students Individual lessons also have a nu
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Wescoats Corner
This unit covers the two very important productive skills for English learner: speaking and writing. For a teacher, it is the crucial outcome of the lessons. It was useful for me to learn about differ
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West Beach
In this unit, it discussed the different type of Tenses there are and the way you may use them in teaching. This unit made me realize for difficult it is to learn the English language and having to le
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West Farm
This unit gave an overall view of how to prepare a lesson plan and what plans and method should be adopted by a teacher for the smooth running of the class with proper self-evaluation. This unit paid
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West Haven
This unit described methods of lesson planning and the importance of having an organized structure for each class. It also emphasized that the lesson plans need to be sequenced but that they also need
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West Meadow
In this unit, I learnt about the different scenarios that can occur within a classroom and how to deal with them. I learnt what is the best way to engage with students to maximise their learning and w
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West Minquadale
In this unit, I learned about various ways to evaluate students. The unit starts out talking about tutorials and evaluation by students, and then goes on to list the different tests and their uses. T
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West Park
In this unit I have learned about past tense(past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous), the usage and activated stage for teaching. And now I understand more about how t
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Westfield
This Unit helps us to understand better the part of English grammar about Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice by looking at a range of other commonly taught subjects. The unit looks closely at the
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Westgate Farms
Unit 14 covered gave us information on Lesson Materials and Coursebooks. The unit started with an overview of Authentic Materials--any English primary source material that may be used to teach--as we
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Westminster
This unit was utmost importance in understanding as to how to approach the conditionals and reported speech in a classroom environment where students are unfamiliar with it. The forms and usages along
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Westover Hills
In this unit we studied different methods of teaching, such as grammar or translation, audio or lingualism, PPP or presentation-practice-production, talk-based learning, communicative language teachin
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Westview
Unit 1 was about teachers and learners.In this unit we examinated the qualities,roles and responsibilities of both teachers and students in the classroom.Unit 1 is teaching us:what makes a good teache
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Westwood Manor
I appreciate the guidance provided by this unit for stress and intonation rules. They appear to be simpler than I imagined them to be. I will make an effort to be mindful of pronunciation so I may b
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Westwoods
Knowing how to use equipment well and what activities they can supplement well will enhance the learning experience in the classroom. This unit suggests that dictionaries are the most important, becau
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Whaleys Corners
This has been a great refreshment about some basics that I will need to teach. Definitions, in general, are not one of my strong points, so I would mainly give example and through the example, I would
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Whaleys Crossroads
In this lesson talks bout the course book and using material to support the course book. There are two groups of material: authentic and created material. And talks about the advantag
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Whigville
During this unit I learnt about present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous forms of the present tense. I have learnt how to write, distinguish, present differen
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White Briar
This unit breaks down the different types of future tenses. The very tiny differentiations between the types of future tenses is honestly a little confusing because it's all about the intent of what y
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White Hall
Although testing can be a major part of constructing and leading a course, evaluating students and the course itself is crucial. Evaluating students through tutorials or test taking provides the teach
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White Oak Farms
This unit talks about the different tests that teachers can use to evaluate students' levels and progress, as well as the external tests that we might need to help students prepare for. The first sec
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White River Estates
I found the unit helpful. I liked the needs analysis form ,it is something I have done in groups in companies but more informally,, however this form is extremely clear and covers all the areas I want
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Whitehall Crossroads
It was helpful to be able to associate the past tenses I am so familiar with in speech with their formal names and definitions. In particular, I had not previously considered the reasoning behind the
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Whiteleysburg
This topic on teaching receptive skills gives a good insight on the importance of building students’ reading and listening skills by teaching them... (1) Predictive skills, (2) Looking for specific
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Whites Creek
The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the receptive skills of listening
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Whitesville
In this unit I learnt about teaching specialized groups. They are teaching beginers,teaching individual students, teaching children and teaching business English. For me teaching beginers and childr
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Wiggins Mill
In this unit I learned about the productive skills of writing and speaking. These skills both hold just as much importance in the complete understanding of English, writing however tends to be less ma
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Williamsburg
This is a vivid display of the different teaching approaches. I did appreciate the illustration of careful and progressive presentation of the lesson. Students were following along and learning well
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Williamsville
Unit 20 gave suggestions for dealing with common problems a teacher may face. It had good suggestions for the first lesson and the importance of establishing rapport, as well as some activities to do
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Willow Grove
In this unit talks about Direct and reported speech, conditionals: Zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. The idea of teaching reported speech and conditionals. w
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Willow Run
This section focused on developing writing and speaking skills in the classroom. I found it interesting the various ways you can try to get students to talk while remembering an important factor is al
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Wilmington
In this unit conditionals and reported speechs are explained with their usage. Actually, There are 4 main conditionals; zero, first, second and third. In addition to, second conditional clause and thi
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Wilmington College
Upon reading this unit, I was able to focus more on the different phases of the lesson. While working on these different phases, I was also able to understand how to incorporate each phase while focus
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Wilmington Manor
Classroom Management is the skill of organising and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner & painting discipline. It's not necessary that the teacher has to be an extrovert. Good eye co
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