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Kuna
Learning a different language can be difficult, especially if you are self-studying and decide to a language class. This has been the case with me many times with the Japanese language. Once I took a
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Lapwai
I have learnt more about who a good teacher should be and his roles. I have also learnt that what actually makes a good student is a good teacher and this is one who lets learners try out various acti
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Lava Hot Springs
This unit started with modal auxiliary verbs which are the verbs used before other verbs to give emphasis or meaning to the primary verb. These verbs can also be used to indicate formality in necessar
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Leadore
This was probably the hardest but best lesson yet. I learned a lot on pronunciation and phonology. There are so many nuances that we overlook or take for granted when speaking on a daily basis with pe
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Lewiston
I learned the difference between receptive and productive skills. This is a topic that I use daily, but never really stopped and thought about how it impacts me, and how it could influence my teaching
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Lewisville
As a former student, I am very familiar with most of these teaching aids. Unfortunately, I found that this unit didn’t elaborate more on modern electronic teaching aids; but perhaps most schools wil
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Mackay
I found this unit was not too helpful because I think the videos did not do a great job of showing bad technique verses good technique. For example, there were a few clear moments when the teacher di
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Malad City
In this unit we discussed various teaching aids and equipment that might be useful. It seems as though the equipment and teaching aids one should use completely depends on the specific teaching scenar
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Malta
This unit was about course book vs. authentic materials. Authentic materials can still allow the teacher to be creative with the work the provide based on the learnings, where as, a course book leaves
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Marsing
The purpose of learning a new language is to communicate in a new way. Like any other language speaking and writing are ways of communicating. Speaking takes practice, it should be done with both accu
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McCall
The lesson is about the different group that an EFL teacher might teach. There are the beginners which have from zero to a little knowledge of the English language. There are the 1-1 classes which the
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McCammon
In this unit, first, it tells us why teachers need to evaluate their students' English. Next, it show us the different types of testing and evaluation tools that a teacher can use, such as placement t
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Melba
In the first video I thought he was going to say, "It is necessary to wear shoes to class." Then I realized that no one had shoes on. How odd. This must be a UK thing. I found it very strange, all tho
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Menan
This unit was very useful because it explains the lesson planning. A lesson plan should always be written down, sometimes in the form of notes, sometimes in other forms, convenient for the teacher to
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Meridian
In this unit about productive skills, I have learnt about two productive skills that are very important in the English language. They re speaking and writing, both of which the students must be good a
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Middleton
In this unit we learned of the different types of assessments and evaluations to determine a students strengths and weaknesses and how much students have retained. The different types of assessments v
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Midvale
This was a very good unit. It's interesting to think of the wide variety of students one might have. It's also challenging to think of managing a class of multicultural students who all have different
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Minidoka
In this unit, it introduced the coursebooks, and lesson materials. First, It told us why we need use authentic materials. Second, it gave some example of created materials such as crosswords, Word sea
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Montpelier
The first half of this unit was very straightforward with no problems. It was easy to match up the questions and answers because of how unit 9 was set up. I did have trouble with the last half of this
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Moore
Unit 17 was about the different types of equipment and teaching aids. These teaching aids included whiteboards, over head projectors, visual aids, worksheets and cards, cassette recorder, cd player, v
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Moscow
There are a variety of resources that a teacher could have in the classroom ranging from whiteboards and projectors to sources found on a computer. It is important that the teacher be trained to prope
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Mountain Home
In this unit we focused on productive skills. These skills included reading and writing. For speaking lessons, I learned when to accuracy and fluency. I learned that both are important but during the
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Moyie Springs
In Unit one I learned about teachers and learners. From a student's perspective a teacher seems like a very basic form of work however, until I had read this chapter I was oblivious to the various typ
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Mud Lake
In this unit, it introduces the teaching productive skills: speaking and writing. In the speaking part, First, it explains to us what the different between accuracy and fluency activities, and both of
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Mullan
This lesson was on teaching special groups. It included topics such as teaching beginners and the different levels (absolute, false, adult, young, and the beginner with Roman Alphabet). It included me
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Murtaugh
In this unit, I learned about assessment. I learned that assessment (in all it's various forms) should be used throughout the course to gauge the students progress and understanding. I learned that a
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Nampa
in this unit, i have learnt common problem situation. first, it tells us what we should to do and some activities when we have first lessons. next, it gives some suggestion when we have different leve
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New Meadows
This unit covers grammar, modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modal verbs are not so difficult for the students to understand because they don't change according to the person. Pa
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New Plymouth
Classes that include students that are not the average adult trying to get a general education in the English language are considered special classes. This refers to teaching children, courses for spe
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Newdale
The unit covers information on teaching specific groups of students such as beginners, children, business English learners, individual students, etc. Unit 12 gives us various teaching tips, do's and d
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Nezperce
In this unit about receptive skills, I have learnt about the different types of receptive skills such as reading and listening. These two skills are obviously very important for learning and understan
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Notus
Unit 13 involves teaching pronunciation and phonology. I found this section to be rather difficult, as it involves and alphabet of which i was unfamiliar with. There was also an in depth description o
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Oakley
The unit explains the importance of correct ways of classroom management. Also the unit describes how a teacher can use her/his physical presence, voice and gestures in the classroom to make education
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Oldtown
A standard part of teaching is student evaluation. This is necessary to know what language level the students are on, what information has been retained and to get feedback from students regarding the
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Onaway
Unit 13 brought my understanding of the English pronunciation and phonology from zero to one hundred percent. While there were many topics that were covered in this chapter due to the vast amount of p
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Orofino
When considering taking up English lessons, one of the many queries I had was how to structure the lesson. I wondered how to choose the subject, how to present it to the student, how to teach it so th
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Osburn
This was a productive lesson because I have never taken one of these courses before and I learned a lot on how to start teaching English to foreign students and what necessary preparations to make. Wh
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Oxford
The unit has introduced the learner to various equipment and teaching aids for an ESL class. it has provided a detailed information of each aid on it's usage and advantages. Each of the mentioned teac
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Paris
Reading and listening are the two main important skills important in learning and teaching english. People read and listen for a purpose or entertainment. Problems associated with reading and listenin
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Parker
This unit was probably the most effective unit for myself this far. It gave us an inside look at how an actual ESA lesson is run. The most effective part for me was watching the teacher in aspects of
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Parma
I think I learned a couple things from this unit, mainly the importance of the productive skills, writing and speaking. I think the most important note from the unit is the attention to the student's
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Paul
As a future TEFL teacher, this unit was most useful for me as I have begun to formulate ideas about how I will plan my lessons. It is useful to have structures that are tried-and-tested to go by. I am
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Payette
I am highly offended that you chose to put "Have you ever eaten dog?" on one of your example task materials. I find this outrageous. While I am aware that in some unfortunate and uncivilized countries
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Peck
Working as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan, I have experienced many first lessons. Coming straight from University into a teaching job without prior training, I did make many mistakes. So
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Pierce
Unit 11 looked at the skills underneath just learning words and phrases. Receptive skills refer to reading and listening because those are the skills needed to receive information. Teaching these skil
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Pinehurst
When deciding to receive a TEFL certification I have always been excited about the concept of teaching English, however, I knew that there would be inevitable difficulties in the process besides just
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Placerville
I am so excited to start the course! From this unit, I have learned what makes a good teacher, that a good teacher should play several roles in the classroom, for example, a controller, a facilitator,
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Plummer
I found this unit interesting as it draws attention to the qualities necessary when teaching English as a foreign language and emphasizes the different roles that the teacher has. Teaching is not just
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Pocatello
In this unit we learned about productive and receptive skills. Productive skills including speaking and writing; receptive including reading and listening. I learned that each of these skills are equa
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Ponderay
Chapter number 6 expanded my knowledge on teaching verb tenses in English from just the present tense to the past tense as well. As I began to read about teaching the past tense in English it felt dra
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