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Dexter
I have learned two receptive skills in this unit-reading and listening, which are equally important. How can we teach students reading and listening skills effectively? There are some specialist skill
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Dillard
Not every sentence is as straight forward as "I ate food today." In fact, a sentence can be made up of more than one clause. Hence, I present "Conditionals". Containing either "if" or "when", conditio
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Doerun
This unit encompasses with the various components (grammatical elements) used while creating sentences in english language. It allows us to understand better about their nature and placement into diff
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Donalsonville
In this unit I have learned that the teacher needs to be friendly and be able to have a laugh with the students. The teacher must get to know all the names of the students so that all of the student
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Dooling
This unit focused on conditionals and reported speech in the English language. Conditionals deal with two different clauses; the "if" clause and the main clause, and either can come in the first part
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Doraville
Productive skills are based in speaking and writing abilities. Speaking development is approached with accuracy (study phase) and fluency (activate phase.) Drilling and prompting are controlled activi
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Douglas
Unit 5 gave more reason to how a teacher maintains control over the classroom, from setting up seating arrangements at the beginning of class to building up rapport between the students themselves and
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Douglasville
I spent more than a decade of my formal studies using English as a medium and yet I felt that I still need a lot of time and effort to be able to accomplish my goal to use English according to thr int
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Du Pont
Managing a classroom is much more than maintaining discipline. It is engaging the students and creating an atmosphere in which they can and want to use English. Creating that atmosphere can be done by
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Dublin
As in other tenses, the constructing structure of the future tenses don't vary much in form. Although they differ in meaning. Future simple can be used to make predictions with no visible evidence mea
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Dudley
This unit talks about teaching receptive skills. I learned receptive skills are reading and listening. Motives for reading and one can be divided into two broad categories, purpose and entertainment.
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Duluth
This unit focuses on common problems in the classroom. The unit starts with the first lesson and what difficulties might come up. The unit gives different strategies such as establishing a rapport be
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Dunwoody
Planning a lesson is important for several reasons. Some of them are: to create a logical sequence for the lesson; to have a working document that can be referred during the lesson; to form a record o
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East Dublin
This unit focused on the theory, methodology, and techniques used when teaching. There are many different methodologies that can and have been used to teach English. While there may be some merit in a
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East Ellijay
This unit covered ways in which teachers can evaluate students English skills, ranging from placement tests to determine their level to progress tests to determine how much students have retained from
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East Point
The first part of this unit focused on the qualities of a good teacher and his/her roles in the classroom. A good teacher should be able to switch between these roles as the lesson and activities nece
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Eastman
As a native English speaker it is obviously much easier for me recognise the different tenses, but I can understand that for a student whose native language is not English can make very "normal mistak
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Eatonton
Coarse material is of huge importance when it comes to teaching students a subject that is generally new to them. What you decide to bring into the classroom or not bring, materials to teach or not te
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Edge Hill
It was very interesting to see two different teaching videos and compare. I couldn't understand what was going on in the first video because the teacher had no clear instructions for any of his tasks.
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Edison
It is important to reflect on your teaching practices and know your students' capabilities. Teacher has to build a rapport with students first at the start of lesson. Teacher will move on to find out
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Elberton
Unit 12 Teaching Productive skills Speaking and writing are very different in many ways, but they are both used for the same purpose - to communicate. However, writing is the most neglected skill in t
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Ellaville
In this unit I learnt the four most important things a student needs to learn a new language. I've had the opportunity of working with English speaking children in French immersion and the more they a
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Ellenton
Even the most experienced teachers at some point of their carriers will go through some difficulties. Ranging for having a class that knows each other or a completely new group. Having students trying
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Ellijay
In this unit I have found that knowing the difference between controlling and managing has been very enlightening and interesting, as I have always classed the two words to mean the same thing. Now
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Emerson
The unit 16 is about conditionals and reported speech. There are five main kinds of conditionals: Zero conditional: Situations that are generally or always true. E.g. If you heat ice, it melts. First
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Enigma
The grammer and the reflection to write and the vocabulary to talk is a fine and can be complex combination in the English launguage. This unit is showing us great technics to be able to show, teach a
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Ephesus
This unit focused on the future tense in the English language. The future tense has seven different variations of itself and all of them have different functions. For example the future simple is use
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Eton
The topic of this unit is pronunciation and phonology. It focuses on intonation, sound joining, stress and phonemics. The intonation is the variation in volume and pitch throughout a sentence. It exp
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Euharlee
This unit talks about Past tense which grouped into various forms ,but l will pick a few and talk about it i.e Past simple tense is use express completed action in the past. e.g Pat walked home last n
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Fairburn
Conditionals are very important in a sentence and also very important for the student to understand. Conditionals are made up of the zero conditional which is used to talk about things that are alway
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Fairmount
This unit is tremendously considerable in terms of teaching's aids for TEFL teachers. Relying on it, a consequent and substantial amount of informations concerning ordinary and often used materials (b
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Fargo
This unit was a little more difficult to grasp because talking about the future can be confusing sometimes, I can especially see how this might be difficult for learners who have languages where most
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Fayetteville
Unit 16 Conditionals and Reported Speech Conditional tenses are used to speculate about what could happen, what might happen have happened, and what we wish would happen. Most sentences using the con
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Fitzgerald
The material presented in this unit is helpful and the examples given here are clear. The material can be used by the teachers during their lessons, specially the role-play, it gives more options for
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Flemington
This unit is about teaching new language vocabulary, grammar, and functions. as we all know, vocabulary is very important, but how could we select vocabulary properly and what should we teach student
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Flovilla
This unit deals with teaching different groups of students: young lerners, beginners, business English courses. It lists suitable activities for individual students, some basic rules of teaching child
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Flowery Branch
This unit focus on the characteristics of teachers and learners. It explains the qualities of good teachers and learners, the different roles that the teacher must perform in the class, and the types
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Folkston
I can see the extraordinary challenges of presenting this type of material to a group of foreign English speakers. The task is tall and the grammar is weighty, but it must be taught nonetheless. I l
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Forest Park
In this unit, I read about various TEFL methods, with the ESA approach being the one preferred in this course. The company I worked for focused mainly on the PPP method, which, as this unit stated, is
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Forsyth
this unit has 2 videos stating same concept explanation to group of students. in 1st video the teacher starts with directly study phase and when their is worksheet discussed he is busy with his own th
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Fort Gaines
We can easily use apply ESA methods to introduce new language. Lessons that are specifically targeted to grammar or vocabulary and functions commonly use the 'straight arrow' ESA approach, whereas fu
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Fort Oglethorpe
This course explained and defined "receptive skills" as reading and listening, and "productive skills" as speaking and writing. These are equally important skill sets and it is therefore important to
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Fort Valley
First, this unit covered modal auxiliary verbs, their uses, and forms for the present/future and past tenses. Most of the modal verbs have more than one use. Some are more formal than others. Some sug
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Franklin
This unit covered one of the basic language skills which is the receptive skill. It covers the how and why of reading and listening. This is yet another unit that covers something, that as a teacher,
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Franklin Springs
This unit was about choosing course books and lesson materials. A teacher may or may not be allowed to choose the actual book they use, but they do have control over how they shape their lessons and w
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Funston
Unit 10 with two contrasting videos that have been filmed in an actual English language classroom, using real students of English, was very useful for me. Through this Unit I have notice a significant
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Gainesville
Delving deeper into grammar, this unit talked about auxiliary verbs, (could, would, should, can, may, might, have got to, need to, etc.) which convey the following: 1. Obligation 2. Possibilities and
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Garden City
This unit focused on vocabulary, grammar, and functions when teaching a new language. Each of these areas needs to be taught in order for a student to have a good comprehension of the language. Howeve
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Garfield
This unit focused on the past tense aspect of the English language. It is very much in a similar fashion to the 'present tense' unit that I did previously and as a result, I found it easier to get int
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Gay
Giving these two lessons in video form was extremely helpful. Seeing the right way and the wrong way of teaching a class back-to-back helped highlight the flaws (or correctness) in each setting. In th
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