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Milton
I've learned in this lesson the different methodologies and techniques in teaching English that has been used for the past 3 centuries. Every methodology has its own aim and reason to why it was deve
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Mineral
I feel that I am still struggling with part of this unit. I think that I will have to go back and study it further. I am curious to find out how well I did on the questions regarding the correct form
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Minier
This final unit covered some common problems a teacher may come up against when teaching a class of English learners. The first lesson, for example, will require the teacher to establish rapport wit
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Minooka
This unit discussed the final 2 elements of language learning, writing and speaking. These are also known as productive skills because they require the students to produce language actively rather th
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Mishawaka
This unit covered a range of teaching techniques which have been proposed in language teaching and learning. All have their pros and cons, and whether or not a teacher chooses to use a particular tec
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Mitchell
This unit is a reflection on how careful teachers should be when choosing materials for the class, whether they are course books or any other supplementary material. The advantages of using a course b
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Modesto
This unit provides an overview of the various kinds of assessments and tests used in language teaching. Placement assessments determine a student's initial english level. Similarly, diagnostic assessm
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Mokena
Unit five focuses on specific methods and instructions to manage classes. Teachers' and students' interactions are well explained. Future teachers now can easily manage their classes from different as
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Monee
Courseboooks can be very useful material that offer a reliable, tried and true method of delivery the subject material to the students in a consistent manner. However, they are made for a general audi
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Monroe Center
this is a very interesting and important subject. I have to say I didn't really give much thought to formal testing. I learned about Diagnostic tests, Progress tests, Practice tests and Placement test
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Montgomery
I could not judge much of the subject.Because it's first time I'm listening a lesson from a video. As far as I understand, the teachers motivation in the class should be very perfect. If the teacher
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Monticello
In Unit of this course I was able to watch and see two different demonstrations of methods of teaching. I thought the first lesson was very funny because he did so many things that were not really go
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Montpelier
Upon completion of this unit I am now aware that there are many kinds of tests available for English learners to take. I was already familiar with the TOEFL test because many of my South Korean friend
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Montrose
Teaching aids are an integral component in any classroom. The many benefits of teaching aids include helping learners improve reading comprehension skills, illustrating or reinforcing a skill or conce
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Mooresville
Different groups of students have different needs, and an instructor should be flexible enough to adapt their material according to the needs of of the specific group that they're teaching. When teach
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Morrisonville
The topic is quiet long and it there are lots of stuff you can learn from here. An effective teacher should consider pronunciation an integral part of learning the language. The pronunciation varies
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Morton
Unit 13 on Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology explains the importance of teaching pronunciation to language learners. It laments that for various reasons, pronunciation and phonology are often relegat
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Morton Grove
Please make sure that you are accessing this test from a reliable and stable internet connection, as the test pages may not load fully if there is a problem. Before starting the test, you should ensu
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Mound Station
This unit is about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. It describes what modal verbs are and the subtle differences they convey. It shows the difference between active and passive voice, and how
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Mount Auburn
This is another grammar unit with a focus on conditionals and reported speech. A. Conditionals Conditionals are sentences containing ‘if’ which refer to past, present or future possibilities. The
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Mount Clare
Unit 7 explains about teaching vocabulary, grammar and language functions. When teaching certain vocabulary, it is important to consider how useful the vocabulary is going to be to the students, it's
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Mount Erie
This lesson is basically a demonstration of earlier discussed and learned concepts. It demonstrates both an ineffective and effective English lesson. Some of the point that make the first lesson ine
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Mount Morris
Unit 20 discusses problems teachers can have with teaching first lessons, finding good starter activities to get students motivated, and dealing with different levels, large classes and the use of nat
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Mount Prospect
teaching pronunciation is much more complicated then I ever imagined. Buy it doesn't seem too difficult. Since symbols are not that difficult for me to memorize, the Phonemes are not that difficult. T
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Mount Vernon
There are different groups of students according to their knowledge, age, purpose of study, etc. For example, there is the beginner class who generaly has no prior knowledge of the English language. T
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Mount Zion
This unit discussed the use of course book and lesson materials. The unit identifies two type of materials, namely: authentic materials such as magazines, newspapers, and created materials like crossw
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Moweaqua
This unit was very useful to me in terms of taking into account all of the advantages and disadvantages that may be faces when introducing a variety of different technologies into the classroom. I thi
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Muddy
This unit presents two different videos of the same lesson taught in differently. One video shows a lesson with poor participation from students as the teacher was unable to present the language point
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Mulberry Grove
This unit is about teaching communication skills, defining receptive and productive skills, and focusing on teaching the two elements of receptive skills - reading and listening. We use receptive ski
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Muncie
I learned mainly about: 1) The different teaching theories; 2) The ESA method of teaching; and 3) Error correction strategies and how to implement them during a lesson. I feel that the content that I
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Mundelein
We have previously learned the importance of speaking and writting in this unite , and also the importance of speaking and writting . And also receptive skills in more detail. While speaking and wriit
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Munster
Unit 18 on Modals, Phrasal Verbs, and Passive Voice provided a thorough overview of the three topics it covers. It explained the usages, forms, and types of modals, phrasal verbs, and sentences writte
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Murrayville
This unit describes the receptive skills, reading and listening, when listening or reading a text. This lesson covers how to go over these skills appropriately for students in order to promote and enc
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Naplate
During this unit of the course I've learned quite a few things. Firstly on what it takes to be a teacher and all the roles that need to be played to become a successful teacher, as well as learning ab
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Nebo
Reading and listening are the two receptive skills that teachers must keep in mind when creating lessons for students. Comprehension from within text differs from audible comprehension. Receptive skil
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Nelson
Unit 18 teaches the modal verbs that express obligation, uncertainty, requests, and other modes or attitudes of speaking. I received many ideas for teaching modal verbs and a comprehensive overview of
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Neponset
There are many different kinds of ESL course books that are designed for students of all levels and ages on the market. So it might be a bit challenging for teachers to choose the perfect one for thei
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New Albany
From this unit, I learned that there are four basic skills to any language. Receptive skills: Reading and listening; Productive skills: speaking and writing. All the skills are equally important and t
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New Athens
Interestingly being a native english speaker once again i feel slightly humbled not understanding the grammar accuracy that im using when in a communicating in my native tongue.Im determined to self s
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New Baden
This unit taught various methodologies and the structure of a lesson plan. It discussed methods of old and those currently used. I learned a temalate used for each lesson beginning with engaging the
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New Bedford
Some things that I have learned from this unit are the different tenses seen in reported speech. When using reported speech, you have to change the tense of the sentence, and because of this I learned
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New Berlin
This unit covers cultural differences, the age of learners and expectations, the characteristics of a good teacher and student, classification of language levels, things that motivate language learner
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New Burnside
Unit 12 is based on teaching productive skills.The two productive skills are; speaking and writing.The writing skill as i discovered, happens to be the most difficult area in the English language.This
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New Castle
Course book and material is always use in the classroom,whether we going to use it a lot is depends on us. what i learned is that overuse of a coursebook is going to make the class boring because the
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New Douglas
The focus of this unit is teaching aids and equipment. Though some of the examples of equipment mentioned are a bit outdated and mostly no longer used or have been replaced with much more efficient t
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New Grand Chain
Unit 1 is a basic overview of the role of a teacher in his\her classroom. The unit explains what type of teacher has the skills and motivation to be successful and what type of attitude a student must
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New Haven
The topic of this unit is books and materials we use when teaching English. 1. Course books Course books usually come as a set including a student’s book, a workbook, CD / DVD, teacher’s book. O
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New Holland
When teaching English, the grammar part is key. Personally, I enjoy teaching some grammar structures for some students. The unit 18 itself was very useful, because as teachers we need to master all co
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New Lenox
Students answer questions based on the interview. Students read out their biographies and other students guess who it is. Pre-teach any vocabulary from the interview which could be problematic. 1
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New Milford
This unit deals with the teaching of pronunciation and phonology. It looks at how we use intonation and stress to emphasis our speech, as well as techniques and activities that can help your students
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