TEFL Online in Indiana - Teacher English Jobs

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Griffith
I feel I have learned about the needs and sensitivities of beginners. I realize now there are many types of beginners and adaptation is necessary for success. I have learned about monolingual and mult
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Gulfport
English conditional sentences and reported speech are among the most complex and challenging structures for English language learners. Conditional forms should be introduced to students once they are
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Gurnee
This was a fairly brief and straightforward unit, though as mentioned in the preface, it was an important one. Keeping students involved in their lessons is always key, and as such, appealing to comm
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Hainesville
This is the exciting part of becoming a teacher, creating a lesson plan and watch it come to fruition, hopefully my future lesson plans will be successful. It's good to note that depending on the time
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Hamburg
This unit was a quick examination of lesson materials, course books, and their advantages and disadvantages. There was a discussion about authentic sources like brochures, magazines, and other media.
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Hamel
In unit 17 of this course we read about a large amount of resources and materials that a teacher can used to teach. We also looked at the different technologies and how to use each one of them. This i
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Hammond
Basically, conducting a lecture to those non-native English speakers should proceed with typical stages in the sequence of Engaging which is meant to warm up the students and allow them to pick up the
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Hampshire
In this unit, I have learnt the effective approaches to teaching new language through teaching vocabularies, introducing grammatical structures and teaching the functions of the language, and all thes
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Hampton
I did not get excited about this unit. I found the information to only be somewhat relevant to my class preparations. However, I do think that as an overall view to setting up my classes in the future
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Hanaford
Course books are very emotive issue for all student and teacher as we understand in this unite .Almost very publised course booj has its fans and its detractors in this unite we learned as well as cou
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Hanna City
In this unit I've learnt what makes a good teacher and what are their roles as well as what makes a good learner .In my opinion a good teacher is someone that loves to teach and is able to motivate an
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Hanover
Lesson 20 discussed different methods and ideas for resolving issues with specific groups and building rapport. First lessons are very important for building rapport with the students and finding the
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Hanover Park
This unit goes over methodology for teachers. It discusses a host of different methods first, like grammar - translation, audio-ligualism, Presentation Practice Production, Task Based Learning, Commun
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Hardin
Student role – one of the students in each group or pair takes the role as a super store or shopping mall attendant and others as shoppers searching for items and prices following the language of co
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Harmon
This unit talked about listening and reading skills, which are known as receptive language skills. This is because the student receives the language in either written or aural form, rather than produ
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Harristown
Special groups include beginners, individual students, young learners, Business English or English for Specific Purposes and monolingual or multilingual classes. These groups will require a special ap
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Hartford
Another good unit with grammar lessons I haven't seen in years. It is my own fault I have not studied more grammar, but having these lessons and building blocks will allow me to teach my students what
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Hartford City
This unit encompasses the techniques and reasoning behind how to teach and what to teach relative to vocabulary and grammar structure. This unit also identifies reasons for a learner to have ease or
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Hartsburg
This 17th unit looks at a number a teaching aids that can be used in the classroom to make lessons more interesting. These are boards, interactive boards, overhead projector, visual aids, worksheets,
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Harvel
This is another unit that shed enough light on the different examinations that exist out there, who should take it, and when. Most of the acronyms used are often confusing to many prospective English
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Harwood Heights
Managing your class can be both, very dynamic or difficult depending on several factors and circumstances: size, age, motivation of the students, etc. For me, the most important thing to keep in mind
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Hawthorn Woods
The unit focuses on modal verbs, phrasal verbs and passive voices. The units explains in the different circumstances in which modal verbs could be used such obligation, formal request or permission, c
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Hazel Crest
Unit 15 discusses the evaluation of your lessons with your students and different ways of testing their knowledge. First of all, to assess how effective your teaching is and how far students have come
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Hebron
The final unit is about the problems that teachers may encounter with students and methods and techniques which can be used to rectify problems. Establishing rapport in the first lesson with students
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Hecker
I learn about the different tenses and how they are used. This unit teaches how to use the tenses and incorporate them in my lesson plan. I also learn about some common errors students make such as BE
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Henderson
Conditionals and reported speech are not things that I think about as a native English speaker. I have learned these lessons long ago and they are routine at this point in my life, but it is a good re
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Hennepin
There are many different methodologies used to teach students a foreign language. There is no methodology that is better than another, however. In reality, it may be best to use all of the methods int
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Henning
This unit provides us with two ESA demonstration videos. The topic of both lessons is the same but the teaching way is different. The lessons include examples of the ESA lesson stages, activities, exe
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Herrick
This unit is devoted to the so called 'Receptive Skills' and their importance in the process of teaching the language. These skills are - reading and listening. The unit explains the main principles o
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Herscher
The topic of this unit is Evaluating Students where we looked at three ways of students' level and progress assessment: Tutorials, Evaluation by the students and tests. Most of the unit is devoted to
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Hettick
Through the study of Unit one, I have learned about how to build up a proper and good relationship between the teacher and the students. What aspects of the students should be paid attention by the te
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Heyworth
In this unit i learnt that the teacher needs to arrange a lesson in such a manner that the students are exposed to the language,understand its meaning, understand its construction and be able produce
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Hidalgo
Unit 2 (Parts of Speech) discussed the types, purpose, and meaning of words in a sentence. The discussion covered nouns, articles, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, etc. This unit was particularly helpful f
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Highland
This unit gives instructions and ideas on how best to manage a classroom according to all the varying characteristics a particular class may have. It gives an overview of how gestures, eye contact and
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Hillcrest
Lesson plans do not need to be inflexible,however they should be structured enough that the instructor has a clear idea of the general goals and procedures for the day,as well as what should be done g
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Hillsdale
This unit taught me which qualities I should strive to emulate to be a good teacher, and which qualities I should try to augment in my students so that they might learn better. Being an effective teac
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Hillside
This unit covers teaching productive skills - speaking and writing. Each aspect is covered fully and in detail. The suggestions for different kinds of speaking activities and in which stage of lesson
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Hillview
As mentioned in this unit, listening is usually a big trouble for learners which i strongly offer my students to listen to their favorite singer musics or watch English movies which they like so they
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Hinckley
This unit was a more in depth look at the structure of an EFL class. It covered the ESA format that will be the basis for the course, and detailed three different versions of ESA: Straight Arrow, Boom
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Hindsboro
This unit I learned about teaching special groups. I found this unit very helpful to understand as I will most likely be teaching younger children or absolute beginners. This unit gave helpful tips on
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Hinsdale
This unit was very enjoyable! I really loved getting the chance to see not only a real life example of how a lesson operates in a classroom, but also a good comparison between a poorly conducted lesso
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Hobart
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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Hodgkins
this unit was really helpful to me as i think can make the class productivity higher. in the first lesson, students are not so comfortable and keen to participate in learning but here in this unit the
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Hoffman
This unit focuses on teaching productive skills--writing and speaking. The unit describes the challenges with teaching writing and speaking and outlines ways to maintain student interest and motivatio
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Hoffman Estates
Unit 5 describes the essentials of managing a classroom. It explains how eye contact, gestures and voice can effectively be used to engage, encourage, activate and check students and to communicate wi
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Holiday Hills
This unit discusses the teaching of pronunciation and phonology. Phonology is defined as the study, science, analysis and classification of the physical properties of sound. Aspects addressed in thi
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Hollowayville
Phonology indicates the whole sound system though the terms phonetics and phonology are used interchangeably.I learnt that intonation is considered the variation in volume and pitch in a whole sentenc
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Homer
The Unit examines model auxiliary verbs and passive voice in detail, as well as presenting a brief introduction of relative clauses and phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs is can be efficiently taught when t
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Homer Glen
To be able to learn a new language, students need to be exposed to the language, understand the meaning, understand the grammar and be able to produce it. Grammar, vocabulary and function of the langu
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Homewood
Conditionals are more well known as "if" clauses. Here are the types of conditional clauses: 1. Zero conditional - if/when present tense, present tense. (If you drink a lot of alcohol, you become int
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