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Olinda
This unit entailed two English video lessons. The videos were a contrast of each other. The first lesson demonstrated how not to approach teaching EFL students, while the second video demonstarsted a
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Olowalu
This is a good overview of teaching receptive skills, the steps and objectives are very clearly outlined. I would like to see examples of how to plan lessons for different level of students - from beg
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Omao
The following content has been covered in unit 19: teaching special groups( not a regular adult class) which include: beginners (can be subdivided into the absolute beginner, adult/young beginner, fa
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Orchidlands Estates
The tense system is one of the most difficult aspects of language that students and teachers deal with. There are four tenses that were discussed in this unit: present simple, present continuous, pres
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Paauilo
Lesson planning To write a lesson plan one must take attention to many important functions. 1. an aid to planning – to write down your expectations from students at the end of the lesson 2. a workin
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Pahala
There are three different times in English: the present, the past and the future. Each of these times has four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Twelve in all. Each of them
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Pahoa
Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The “modals” are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn’t, ought to. They are used before other
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Paia
This unit has taught us what the difference between authentic and created materials are. To put it in a nutshell, the authentic materials are the ones which are output by native speakers, it can be an
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Pakala Village
Authentic materials were covered. These are any sources of native language that a speaker might see or hear that are not directly designed for teaching purposes. Created materials are things that the
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Papaikou
This unit was about evaluation and testing. I learned that their are many types of tests and each is designed with a specific goal in mind. While there is no right or wrong way of testing your student
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Paukaa
There is a short and basic overview of the modal verbs( can, must, should, may, might etc) which express obligation, probability, necessity, ability...their formal and informal usage and differences i
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Pearl City
This unit covered the methods and important points for teaching vocabulary, grammar, and function. Vocabulary selection will be guided by the textbook that teachers are using, but, many times, it will
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Pepeekeo
Equipment and teaching aids Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting and effective. There are resources that are commonly used in the classrooms: • White/ black boar
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Poipu
In this unit i have learned a whole bunch of different things that I did not know before. I learned how there are different types of syllables and how we classify them. I also learned how to read phon
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Princeville
There are four things that students need to do with new language: 1. to exposed to it 2. understand its meaning 3. understand how it’s constructed 4. be able to practice and produce it Grammar i
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Puako
In this unit, I have learnt about four different kinds of past tenses. Past simple: it shows action that occurred and was completed at a particular time in the past. for example: I cleaned my teeth th
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Puhi
This unit gives an overview about teachers and students in general and the relationship in between them. It describes the qualities of a good teacher, such as the love to teach English and kindness an
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Pukalani
In this final unit, I learnt about the different problems that I may encounter with students and the relevant techniques and solutions that I can employ solve these problems. The section about how to
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Punaluu
the basic skills in any language are receptive and productive, all are important. receptive skills are reading and listening. Reading can be different, reading for a purpose, for entertainment, we rea
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Pupukea
In this unit I learned about common problem situations in the classroom. First, it is important to build rapport in the classroom with certain activities, identify the the language level of the studen
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Royal Kunia
There are four basic skills in any language: receptive skills (reading and listening) and productive skills (speaking and writing). These are all equally important and need to be incorporated into the
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Schofield Barracks
I learned much in both of the two classes ,for the first one ,I saw how much the teacher's attitude involved the class ,the students can tell your situation easily ,and they can be affected .So teache
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Ualapu'e
I am writing this unit reflection to conclude Unit 14: Course Books and Lesson Materials. The focus of this unit is on course books and the benefits and drawbacks of using course books when instructin
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Volcano
This unit focused on materials and resources that can be used in the classroom. There are many resources that can be used to make lessons interactive and interesting for both students and teachers. Wh
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Wahiawa
This unit was about lesson planning and how it applies to both teachers and students. Lesson plans play an integral part in the way the information is delivered to students. Although some methods of
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Waialua
It was a great refresher of grammar. I use the language naturally and know what is right or wrong through my experience. Especially the chapter about the adverbs and multiple adverbs as well as their
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Waianae
I've learned that the past tense concept in English inst that extensive and hard to grasp. It was interesting to me to know that a lot of the concepts learned earlier about present tenses transfer to
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Waihee-Waiehu
In this unit I have learned a whole lot about the Future tenses and how to use and teach them properly. I feel that I have learned the difference between them where before this I was not one hundred p
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Waikane
Receptive skills There are two receptive skills: listening and reading. There are two main reasons why we read and listen. 1. For entertainment. 2. For a purpose. Reading subskills are prediction, ded
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Waikapu
Some teachers like to use course books, but some teachers prefer not to. It depends on the teacher and the class. in some cases, materials, created by the teacher, are more useful to the students than
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Waikele
Pronunciation and phonology Pronunciation is one of the neglected aspects of English language teaching. Phonology is the study, analysis, and classification of the physical properties of sounds. Int
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Waikoloa Village
Instructors should indeed plan lessons. They act as an aid to planning, a working document to refer to, and they act as a record. These plans should be loose, simple, and well thought out. They should
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Wailea
I learned in this unit that there are many ways to try and teach a concept or subject to students. Many of them I remember teachers using to teach me things when I was growing up in school. I learned
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Wailua
This unit focused on the receptive skills, listening and reading. Both skills go beyond using the senses of hearing and seeing, but also requires the learner to process the information in order to und
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Wailua Homesteads
This unit covered classroom management. There are many different things to consider in classroom management in order to be effective. The following is important when managing the class: eye contact, g
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Wailuku
The first lesson is very important for the students and the teacher. the teacher should know the students and their level before starting the class. During the first lesson, it is important to establi
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Waimalu
This unit was about the productive skills, speaking and writing. I learned that the writing skill is usually given the least attention in an EFL classroom. As a result EFL students usually lack good w
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Waimanalo
This unit has been the most difficult for me so far. Doing the self-assessment test, I found myself hesitating between 2 answers quite many times, I was 100 % sure that 3 given options were not correc
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Waimanalo Beach
This unit discussed modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Modal auxiliary verbs can be used to express obligation, possibility, permission, ability, or advice. In
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Waimea
Past tenses Past tenses have almost the same structure but related to past time periods. Past tenses are four: past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. We form past simp
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Wainaku
The future tense has been the most complex that I've studied so far if only because there are so many forms of this tense that relate either to another form or to a different tense altogether. Fortuna
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Wainiha
In this unit I have learned the differences between a wide variety of language tests and what they are all used for. I have also learned that some tests are specifically used to get into other countri
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Waiohinu
I found it very beneficial to see a poorly taught lesson and well taught lesson side by side. Having the board set up before hand for the engage phase helped a lot. In the first lesson, it seemed that
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Waipahu
In this lesson I learnt the basics of lesson planning and I had the opportunity to try making my own lesson plan. It was challenging making my own plan as it is difficult to foresee how the actual les
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Waipio
This unit is a good summary of tips shared in previous units, it is great to have them all in one place. It reinforces the importance of planning lessons, specially the first one, the need of using wa
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Waipio Acres
In this lesson I learned about pronunciation and understanding of phonology. First, I was introduced to the subject of intonation which is the general variation of volume and pitch in a sentence. Sent
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West Loch Estate
The unit began by discussing methodologies for teaching. There are many different methods such as Grammar-translation, Task-based learning, and more. Not one of these methods is necessarily the best a
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Wheeler AFB
There are different problems when you have classes .I learned many problems I met or not yet in this unit ,which is useful for me .Like the one there is a class with different leveled kids ,there alwa
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Whitmore Village
There are two important productive skills: speaking and writing. Each offer their own unique challenges. With writing, one must be more accurate since clarification cannot be made on the spot. With sp
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