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East Hope
I learned more parts of speech than I have actually thought about in a long time. I found the material VERY helpful, as I have not stopped to think about my command of the English language. Most of th
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Eden
In this unit, we talked about how to pull materials to use in the classroom. We talked about the advantages/disadvantages of authentic and created materials. Authentic materials really push students a
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Elk River
The troubleshooting unit was a good overview of how to start off on the right foot. The first lesson section was helpful in how to establish rapport and finding out about the students and their needs.
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Emmett
It was very clear how even small differences in a teacher's attitude can have a massive impact on the class. I learned more about the importance of "reading the room" and seeing when it's clear stude
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Fairfield
Prior to this unit, I didn't know the official term for receptive skills and productive skills. I only knew about reading, writing, listening and speaking; I didn't really classify them. Now that I am
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Ferdinand
This unit has covered many important aspects of managing a class. It has brought to light different aspects such as eye contact, gesture, position that all play a very important role in how the teache
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Fernan Lake Village
On one side of communication there are your receptive skills that handle incoming information whereas this lesson covers how to teach productive skills - speaking and writing. These two skills seem to
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Filer
The unit has been interesting. all the modal verbs and their uses have been well explained and relevant examples provided. active and passive voice has also been discussed in details, relevant example
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Firth
For this unit I learned about the different testing options that Cambridge has to offer and how evaluations work. At my work place, we use a placement test to evaluate students when they arrive to a c
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Franklin
In this unit, I have learnt teaching special groups such as teaching beginners, individual students, children and for specific purposes. It gives details of what we should pay attention to, skills and
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Fruitland
what I learnt from this unit is, for making a lesson plane age of the students are not included also again I learnt some more information about the ENGAGE phase, STUDY phases, and ACTIVATE phase. like
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Garden City
Unit 14 covers information on textbooks and language materials - how to choose them and how to use them successfully. It explains the difference between authentic materials and created ones, gives us
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Genesee
Good lesson to go through. I know that I will need to go over the transitive and intransitive verbs more than just this lesson. And, as the beginning of this unit stated, I will be learning and growin
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Georgetown
This is unit is about the importance of pronunciation in conveying the proper message in communication (speaking and listening). There are factors that can affect what is being meant such as intonatio
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Glenns Ferry
This lesson discusses the differences and usages of modal verbs, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modal verbs are added to the main verb to suggest different ideas. Some are used to expressed request
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Gooding
This unit focuses on pronunciation of english and the tools in which to teach students so they can "sound" like an english speaker. I felt particularly lucky in this unit because I was taught many of
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Grace
In this unit I learned what to focus on when teaching Writing and Speaking receptive skills. In my case I really focus on speaking more than writing, since I have noticed that my students struggle mor
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Grand View
This unit was very difficult for me to understand because there was so much grammar jargon that I have never learned before. I found this unit to be one of the most difficult in the TEFL course so fa
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Grangeville
Speaking and writing are productive skills and they are as important as receptive skills. A teacher should introduce a communicative way to the students, and a teacher should keep in mind that when pe
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Greenleaf
This was a great lesson to help give structure where needed but to also allow for some flexibility. I have done scripted and non-scripted lessons and the non-scripted ones always went better in which
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Hagerman
I feel as though this unit would be difficult for a non-native speak to understand because these concepts require a large understanding of tenses. Even as a native speaker, sometimes we don't use thes
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Hailey
I feel as if just being a native at a language doesn't mean you understand how we use grammar. This chapter allowed me as a native speaker of English to understand why I speak the way I do and why I u
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Hamer
I learned about the variety of resources available for a classroom, and how those resources can vary in technological complexity. The list of categorized links for resources will be very helpful in t
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Hansen
From the videos I learned what not to do in class with students. In my classes I like to do something similar to what the teacher did on the second video. I always learn my students' names and help th
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Harrison
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Hauser
Listening and reading are important receptive skills. Each have challenges and each offers different ways we learn. Listening may not capture all of the words and the construction of the language but
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Hayden
This unit has given me a solid foundation for parts of speech. In the future, I can refer to notes from this unit to benefit me in teaching grammar topics. As native speakers learn how to use English
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Hayden Lake
In this last unit I learned how to manage different problems you might encounter during a class and what to do when you have new students. I like to play games for my students to try to relax and make
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Hazelton
This course unit personally was a little bit easier for me because of the extensive work I did in the previous units. Working on the past tense usages helped have a better understanding of the present
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Heyburn
Personally, i prefer to use the course book and supplement additional materials. Materials can be authentic and created, authentic materials are taken from real life and help the students learn about
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Hollister
In the English language, there are 12 tenses in total while for some other languages there is only 1, while others have only 3 tenses or time frames in their language. This is one of the major obstacl
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Homedale
The unit has discussed about teaching several special group which are the beginners, children and individual teaching. different levels of beginners has also been listed.it has also provided a detaile
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Hope
Unit 16's topic was conditionals and reported speech. I have never heard of reported speech before which has made this unit very difficult for me. Due to this unit being brand new to me I have been ab
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Horseshoe Bend
I think that this unit was very interesting. After learning all the different methodologies as well as different types of tenses and other grammar related elements of the English language. It is somet
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Huetter
Materials can be authentic or created. Authentic materials are very interesting to learners and motivating. created materials can be graded to the level of the leaner. Authentic materials include:ma
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Idaho City
This last and final unit, Unit 20, discussed the common obstacles teachers encounter and struggle with in the classroom and solutions for dealing with them. This is a chapter I'll be keeping on hand a
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Idaho Falls
This unit was very interesting! i liked learning about teaching different groups of people. teaching beginners is difficult because a teacher should get creative to deliver the information in the lang
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Inkom
The unit gives a simple understanding of teachers' and students' relationships, roles and necessary qualities they must possess for achieving successful results of the educational process. Also the un
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Iona
In this unit, I learned about different common methodologies used in teaching as well as a breakdown of the engage study and activate method. After reading about this unit, I was able to break down an
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Irwin
When it comes to teaching lessons, it is very important to set the proper mood or atmosphere suitable for learning. In this way, the students can be engaged or motivated to learn. Even the easiest of
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Island Park
In this unit about two English teaching lesson videos, I have learnt that the teacher's attitude is very important. There was a big difference in the two lessons due to the teacher's way of communicat
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Jerome
Comparing to those two videos, I realized that teachers play a important role to have successful and effective classes. For example, in the first video, the teacher didn't even know the students' name
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Juliaetta
In teaching learners, there are various ways and methods and it is up to the teacher to determine the method suited for the lesson and learner. there is no universal way or best method in teaching. th
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Kamiah
Time and time again I think about the difficulty of creating lesson plans. This unit provided an ideal lesson plan chart with an example as well. I believe that this unit did a great job of bringing a
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Kellogg
This lesson was about teaching pronunciation and phonology. I will have to say I did have trouble in this section and don't really understand the phonetic script. I learned why teaching pronunciation
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Kendrick
I felt like this unit was particularly helpful because I could see immediately how bad/good teaching can effect a classroom. I found that something as simple as smiling and giving affirmation can posi
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Ketchum
This unit has given me basic frame work for lesson planning focusing on new vocabulary, new grammar and language functions. In my current position as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan, most
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Kimberly
I really enjoyed this unit. I loved the contrast between the 2 videos in this unit. The first video was hard to watch, it makes a great example of what NOT to do when teaching English. The teacher was
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Kooskia
Unit 19 focuses on what I believe to be an often overlooked facet of teaching English, teaching different groups. Unit 19 elaborated on the different types of groups as well as different ways to teach
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Kootenai
In Chapter 4 I learned about the present tense. I thought this was very interesting because previously there have been many times when I thought that I had been using the past tense when I really have
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