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Cape Canaveral
Depending on where one is teaching, testing can be important. I never took tests in an adult learning class. When teaching younger students in part of a school system, then yes, testing will be requ
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Cape Coral
This unit mainly described pronunciation, intonation, stress and phonology.I think having a good pronunciation is kind of charming and also giving a life to a class because it reflects feelings and pe
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Carrabelle
I must say this unit has been the most challenging to me so far. I really learned so much about pronunciation and phonology as rightly described as the most neglected aspect of English Language teachi
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Caryville
This unit focuses on teaching productive skills (writing and speaking). These two are quite different in diverse ways but mainly used for communication purposes. I got to learn that speaking in the cl
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Casselberry
The proper way to evaluate the students is to use an appropriate test/exams, that's why it is very important to be familiar with the difference of all the tests that the teacher will use for evaluatio
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Cedar Key
There are many other external examinations. Some focus on testing integrated skills, as in the Ed excel London Tests of English, while others focus on just one skill, such as the Trinity exams in spok
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Center Hill
There are three main wan ways to evaluate students; tutorials, evaluation by student and tests. They each have their place in the classroom especially tests although some teachers don't like them due
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Century
This unit on modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice serve to help in understanding the how these three grammatical elements add meaning and depth to the English language. For example, modals are use
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Chattahoochee
This unit covers common problem situations. It is important for the first lesson to be engaging for the students in order to establish rapport with them. When faced with a class of different levels, t
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Chiefland
This unit has well explained evaluation and testing. The different ways to assess a student's language level are tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Tutorials can be with the whole group
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ChipleyCounty seat
There are many different kinds of ESL course books that are designed for students of all levels and ages on the market. So it might be a bit challenging for teachers to choose the perfect one for thei
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Cinco Bayou
This unit served as a great refresher to present and future tenses. I am a little rusty with the terminology so it was extremely useful. For example, refreshing how future present continuous is used f
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ClearwaterCounty seat
With this unit, I was able to get a different perspective on the classroom. Whether students are working alone or in a group can determine how effective a lesson is and during which phase of the lesso
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Clermont
This unit has made clear the differences between special groups and the various levels and classifications within. It has also given plenty of advise on how to deal with the advantages and disadvantag
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Clewiston
It seems that this unit brings forth a basic tenet of the teaching and learning experience: that is that the communication requires efforts and input from both sides. It is a symbiotic relationship wi
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Cloud Lake
I would hope that there was a book provided to help me as a guideline. However, I've been in many an adult language class where the teacher just reads from the book. There were no supplementary mate
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Cocoa
In this unit I have learned the difference between accuracy and fluency, which is equally important in teaching productive skills. I have also learned techniques to encourage interaction with students
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Cocoa Beach
This lesson was personally helpful. It gave us tips on how to deal with different types of students. For example, children. Children are usually more into games and interactive activities, so sometime
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Coconut Creek
Different equipment and teaching aid can benefit to the effectiveness of the lessons, make them more interesting and keep students focused and motivated. Some of the equipment and teaching aids help t
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Coleman
This lesson is very helpful when choosing what materials to use when teaching. Basically, course books are one of the most used materials because it lay down a tried and tested syllabus for the studen
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Cooper City
Pronunciation is the most neglected area of teaching the English language. In English, a single word can mean different things depending on how you use your tone and inflection. English uses inotation
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Coral Gables
A good knowledge of grammar is necessary in order to explain these concepts. You have to understand prepositional phrases, direct objects, understand the difference in important or non-important deta
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Coral Springs
Teaching modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, relative clauses and especially phrasal verbs may be quite a challenge for a teacher. So, it is very important that the teacher has a profound knowle
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Cottondale
Unit 15 covers a wide area of testing and evaluation for English language learners. Gathering a baseline of knowledge through placement and diagnostic testing seems necessary to start a class and plan
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Crescent City
Writing and speaking are two of the four key components of language. By incorporating engage, study, activate components in writing and speaking, the classroom is destined for success. For example, en
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CrestviewCounty seat
Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting , effectibe and less dependent on the textbooks. Unit 17 elaborate on the aspects of teaching aids and equipements.In this uni
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Cross CityCounty seat
This was a good lesson because it gave me great guidance on how to teach to different sets of people. Teaching children is the main thing I plan to focus on moving forward, so it was key to have infor
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Crystal River
The Unit describes the main principles of class room management: how to organize the space and make the interaction both between a teacher and students and students with each other more effective. Dif
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Cutler Bay
There are standard equipment that teachers must have in classrooms to ensure effective teaching methods are being practiced. Before technology was widely available, most common tools were white or bla
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Dade CityCounty seat
Phonetics is an important aspect of English. Teachers can help students learn it through showing them mouth diagrams, showing them their own mouth movements, and having them practice with peers. Sound
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Dania Beach
This lesson was a very good summary of what I all learned. It put an ending as best as possible, I feel like trial and error will teach me a lot as well, to how to teach English as a second language.
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Davenport
Viewing the video lesson examples gave a great insight into how the theoretical concepts from past units translate to real life. It was interesting to see the difference in the students' comprehension
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Davie
This unit has well explained modals, phrasal verbs, relative clauses and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs can be used to express a number of different ideas such as obligation, possibility/probabi
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Daytona Beach
So far unit 3 has been the most exciting and provided me with a lot of new knowledge. I have a better understanding of how to use ESA to build a lesson plan. A teacher must use different methodologies
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Daytona Beach Shores
This chapter gives me two sample videos showing that applying different skills or using having different attitudes towards students will have profound effect on how students can truly understand what
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DeBary
The unit gives an overview about the most used equipment and teaching aids for teaching English language classes. It explains the advantages and disadvantages of the single tools, such as the board, c
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Deerfield Beach
I never really thought about how little writing is taught in language classes. Of course, it doesn't seem that fun to have students writing on their own. However, making a lesson now and then about
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DeFuniak SpringsCounty seat
Speaking and writing are important in becoming fluent in English. For writing, one should pay attention to their layout, spelling, and punctuation. With speaking, teachers should focus on both accurac
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DeLandCounty seat
Focused on reported speech and conditionals, this unit carefully breaks down all issues related to the a fore named topics. Conditionals are sentences containing expressions such as when? If, which al
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Delray Beach
Conditionals explains situations or conditions that has to be satisfied before the action or state in the main clause can be realized. The first conditional is if +present ,will. This talks about the
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Deltona
This unit was somewhat challenging, or I could imagine it being so for non-English speaking students. The important note here is to keep track of the varying conditions. The zero conditional refers to
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Destin
The unit text states that Pre-Teaching any potentially problematic vocabulary and structures must be done before any reading or listening activity. So, even though the instructor uses a film clip to E
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Doral
The unit includes tips on solving common problem situations, such as how to design first lessons, how and when to give warmers as a tool of motivation, how to teach different language levels in a grou
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Dundee
This unit about Theories, methods and techniques to get the best out of the teaching and learning experience was quite detailed in my opinion. I learnt that the ESA approach as put forward by Jeremy H
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Dunedin
In this unit I have learned that the teachers attitude and so on is what makes the lesson fun and understandable. The students were very confused in the first lesson, because the teacher had given the
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Dunnellon
This unit stresses the importance of modal auxiliary verbs and the use of passive and active voice. It also covers a brief overview of the phrasal verbs and relative clause. This unit reminded me the
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Eagle Lake
This unit focus on different ways of evaluating students, and I think it is compulsory for school or institution to provide the students with the information they need to evaluate their own level and
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Eatonville
This unit opened my eyes to the possibilities of engaging a classroom while following a lesson plan. The use of authentic materials seems to enhance the flexibility needed to keep students interested.
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Ebro
This unit has well discussed the teaching of receptive skills, which are reading and listening. It has also tackled the different reasons and motives for reading and listening, which are for a purpose
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Edgewater
Books and materials can seem less important to teaching than other aspects, but they can be one of the most important parts. If the books and materials are not good and up-to-date, learning can be a l
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