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This unit introduced the different equipment and tools that can be used in the classroom. While many of these tools can make a teacher's workload lighter in the classroom, as different tools can help
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Spring Valley
In this unit, I learned a lot of information for myself. It was useful to learn how to deal with the various problems that teachers face in the process of teaching students. So for example, I think th
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This unit presented practical observation opportunities of two very different lessons conducted with the same teacher and pupils. There was no theoretical component. The two scenarios contrasted marke
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St. Charles
This unit provided two videos of a lesson given by a teacher in two different ways. The differences between the videos presented the effectiveness of different teaching styles. In the first video, the
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St. Elmo
This unit contains all the seven most common tenses can be used with future meaning which are as follows : 1-The future simple(will/shall, Usages:future facts and certainties,promises, predictions , a
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St. Francisville
Trouble may happen to any teacher in classroom atmosphere, what important is dealing with all trouble without disturbing the lesson. A good teacher should cope with problems which are student’s bore
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Great teachers facilitate not dominate the learning environment. By establishing good rapport with her students and creating a well thought out classroom that enables students to be engaged in the lea
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It is important to try to include all 4 kinds of skills into a lesson, though it is possible to concentrate on some specific skill. Learning reading and listening may be quite difficult for students,
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The videos prove that no lesson is perfect to 100%, and even good teachers need feedback. Teaching skills can be improved by monitoring and analizing each lesson phase, behaviour of the teacher and st
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Teachers assess and evaluate students’ English to see if they are getting balance of skills in grammar like, reading writing, speaking, and listening, or if lessons are too easy or too hard for them
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From unit 12 I learnt a lot of good stuff like teaching productive skills, There are some teaching productive skills which speaking and writing is more effective. Also I learnt about accuracy and flue
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This unit was very helpful for refreshing my memory on knowledge of conditionals and reported speech. I learned about zero, first, second, third and mixed conditionals. I recalled the usage and the f
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In this unit I learned how to use authentic materials and what their difference is with the created one. I think that as an artistic teacher, I will create a lot of materials helping my students while
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In this unit I learned about several ways to assess the level of a student's language, such as textbooks, student and test scores. I realized that there are different tests that can be performed in a
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The tips on how to deal with the different problems in the classroom are crucial to a successful learning environment. Teachers who are able to cope up with these common classroom problems will get po
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This is the last unit of studying the grammar of English, even though we have seemingly just touched the surface. This unit explained modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice (one of two voices, the o
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After reading unit 9, I learned a lot about lesson planning. A lesson plan can act as a good guide to keep a teacher on track especially if the teacher is rather new and inexperienced, but the teacher
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I’m this unit the content was about methodology, it gave an overview of different teaching techniques and the positives and negative side affects of each. It was also about ESA (engage , study and
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Every school will provide resources to the teacher and it will always vary from school to school. They can go to a very high technologic system like a modern interactive board from basic teaching aids
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I learned a few interesting things after reading unit 11. First of all, I learned about all the different skills used when reading or listening such as being able to predict the what the article or di
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Writing and Speaking are essential skills for communication. While people tend to care more about speaking than writing, writing is always associated with homework, but is important indeed and it requ
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Wow! I would say that this is one of the more difficult lessons that I have had yet. The phonetics chart as well as the manner and place chart are definitely going to be useful to know, but difficult
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Villa Grove
This unit was extremely useful for me, as it formed an understanding of not only what materials are used in the classroom but also how to use them wisely and efficiently. It was useful to learn that i
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Unit 8 has helped me understand the most difficult part of the English language, future tenses. It's not as simple as adding an -ing to the end of a verb, one must pay close attention to the words use
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Teaching aids and equipment are tools in teaching in the classroom to enhance the interest and learning of the students. It important for the teachers to have them for effective instructions besides f
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This unit explains what makes a good teacher, what makes a good learner and what makes a good relationship between them, listing the qualities that a good teacher should have and the roles he should b
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Every teacher may sometimes face various difficulties in the teaching process: establishing rapport with new groups, teaching different-level groups, teaching large classes (it's especially vital at s
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This unit covers the elementary basics of the English grammar. Fortunately I didn't have to learn much but I found this refreshing of the basics very useful, also because as you taught me in the previ
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I appreciated the nice balance that was created by this chapter in using the authentic materials, created materials, and the supplementary materials with a course book. I think it's good to be given
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I agree with this lesson in many respects. I found that while course books are a good basis for teaching a class they can be rather boring and predictable. Supplemental materials are important to hold
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This is a short and brief unit about teaching receptive skills. I believe all the skills are used daily in our life. I especially appreciate the "Problems section" highlighted in this unit, such as "C
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My appreciation for the many intricacies of spoken and written English language has grown. The natural ability of children to learn the many rules, complex patterns and even irregularities of their o
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Great reminders about how to engage and establish rapport with students in order to cultivate a classroom environment conducive to learning and teaching effectively. Although situations may at times
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There are two types of course materials. Authentic materials and created materials. Authentic materials are those such as programs, magazines, newspapers, songs, brochures, menus and films. Authentic
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West Chicago
This unit was another grammar unit which I was challenged by only because the grammar rules were ones that I have never paid attention to as a native English speaker. Modals and passive versus active
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West Frankfort
Modal auxiliary verbs are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb, and they express a variety of things such as obligation, possibility, permission/prohibition, ability, or advice. Dif
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West Peoria
This was a great unit about pronunciation and phonetics, and I learned about the International Phonetic Alphabet. This system helps people, especially English language learners, learn how to pronounce
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Unit 13 was an interesting unit to say the least. I think it is interesting that phonetics is something that isn't greatly taught, but is utilized the most in conversations. Tone and inflection can of
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White Hall
There is a lot to know about conditionals and reported speech, and it can be very confusing. What is important about teaching and learning these skills is to be thorough and patient, and to practice a
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This unit introduces the fundamental skills of how to teach speaking and writing. In my mind, it generally takes longer time to improve the skills of writing compared with reading, listening, and spea
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The most important element for students to learn is to feel safe. Having a positive learning environment is what allows them to participate, be risk- takers, focus on learning, among others. This posi
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After reading unit 19, I learned about teaching different types of groups. I learned that there are different categories for beginners such as the absolute beginner and the false beginner. I also lear
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After reading Unit 8 I refreshed my knowledge about number of different ways of referring to the future in English, such as future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous
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Wood Dale
In this unit I learned about the different future tenses, usages for those tenses, and methods to teach those tenses. This unit was challenging and rewarding. It was challenging in the ways that is c
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Wood River
This unit was a tricker unit than most of the past units. This was another unit in which I found that as a native English speaker, I don't notice certain grammar rules. Paying attention to these gramm
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Learning about how to deal with different groups of students was very useful and definitely something I will keep in mind when I begin my TEFL career. I think it is very important to ensure that the n
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After reading unit 3, I have learned a lot of new information. Firstly, I learned about all the methodologies that are used in teaching English as a foreign language. Some of them I never knew about s
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