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New Minden
there you go again. after first teaching us we have a choice on how we create a lesson plan, you mix it all up. Now if I get one wrong on questions 8 thru 12 , I will get 2 wrong. Just when I finally
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New Salem
This has got to be one of the most interesting TESOL units I have so far encountered. As mentioned in my previous unit reflection, as a business corporate trainer, I pride myself on delivering my lect
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Newark
most students are not so willing to learn a new language especially young learners and here is where different materials,games and activities are very helpful to get their attention and encourage them
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Niantic
This lesson was an example highlighting the difference of two lessons. It showed how important a teacher needed to prepare and plan a lesson before coming to the classroom and teaching the students. I
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Niles
This unit went over maintenance or troubleshooting techniques that can be implemented when difficulties arise in an ESL class. The section of this unit that I found to be the most useful is the one wh
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Noble
There are many types of teaching settings and students that an English teacher may run into. Each type of group may require different skills and different approaches to learning the language. Beginne
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Noblesville
Unit 3 is a pretty complex overview of the different methods and techniques of teaching. Since I am only now learning about teaching and my last class in school is quite a long time ago, all this is n
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Nora
I learned that pronunciation is very important in teaching how to speak English and students are concerned about pronunciation as well as other areas. I learned about phonology of English. I learned t
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Norridge
My students like me a lot when I am teaching them English. It sounds so easy when what you are teaching them is from an area they are not familiar with. Admittedly, this subject was particularly diffi
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Norris
There are four past tenses: 1. Past simple - I shopped, I didn't shop, did I shop? (past completed action) 2. Past continuous - He was reading, he wasn't reading, was he reading? (an action that was
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Norris City
From this unit, I learned that speaking and writing is just as important as reading and listening. While writing will help students express their ideas down on paper, speaking will help them voice out
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North Aurora
This unit looks at Conditionals and Reported Speech. Within it are various conditionals: we have the FIRST conditional, the SECOND conditional, the THIRD conditional, the MIXED conditional, and the ZE
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North Barrington
Unit 8 explains the different future tenses. The future can be described with seven tenses: 1. Future simple, will/shall + verb Used for future facts or promises among other things. 2. Future continu
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North City
The productive skills are speaking and writing, they both are used to communicate. The theacher must create the need and desire, in the students, to communicate. Written text is different from speakin
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North Henderson
The unit focuses of teaching special groups such as beginners, one-on-one students, business English, multilingual and monolingual students. The unit identifies the different categories of beginners s
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North Pekin
In this unit I learnt about pronunciation , tonation , phonics , aIn this unit I learnt about pronunciation , tonation , phonics , aIn this unit I learnt about pronunciation , tonation , phonics , aIn
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North Riverside
Reported speech is one of the most fun units you can teach your students. During the study phase, it is critical to teach the structure clearly through a gap fill activity or through step by step expl
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North Utica
The unit presents two video lessons.One is effective and the other is not. I was able to learn a lot on lesson presentation. The teachers attitude has a lot to play in class. The teacher should have a
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North Vernon
This unit is about teaching pronunciation and phonology. It describes how the intonation of a sentence, or the stress of it's words, can change the meaning. It also describes the phonemic alphabet and
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Northbrook
this unit brought me interesting new things about teaching of a new language! in fact i still need more study on this topic as i am still not totally clear but got a general idea of it. but this still
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Northfield
In this unit i have learned about the different types of conditionals and their usage, 5 conditionals and some similar in nature, making it difficult and confusing for the students to label each type.
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Norwood
This unit provides useful information about the equipment, such as DVDs, overhead projectors,interactive white boards, computers etc, that EFL teachers should use in the classroom in order to make cla
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Oak Brook
This unit creates a lot of confusion with students. The active voice against the passive voice and the different structures of each can get confusing. As listed in the unit, role plays and rules are g
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Oak Grove
The major part of this unit is the understanding that pronunciation shouldn't be avoided. Even though, it is something that alot of us struggle with its important that we teach it within our classes.
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Oak Lawn
This unit focused on the use of equipment and teaching aids. The unit enumerated some of the equipment used in the classroom such as board/white board, Interactive White Board, Overhead Projector, Tap
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Oak Park
This unit gives an overview of teachers and learners. It describes what makes a good teacher or learner, and some aspects of the relationship between them. I found the qualitative structure of the des
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Oakdale
Phrasal verbs are the most difficult knowledge point to the un-native English learners. I am wondering if there are some resources about the phrasal verbs would great for me. As most of us are not liv
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Oakford
In this unit, it teaches the grammars of conditionals and reported speech. There're five main conditionals: Zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, mixed condition
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Oakland City
So far this has been the most insightful lesson. It gave so many ways of organizing and utilizing class time in a way to boosts students learning. Figuring out the use of the ESA style not only makes
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Oakwood
Unit Fourteen was about Coursebooks and Lesson Materials. The Unit explained that there are Authentic Materials and Created Materials. Authentic Materials are ones used, viewed, read, etc. in the dail
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Oakwood Hills
After finishing this unit, I can form a bisic structure of a lesson. There are Engage, stduy and activate phrases, I will begin with Engage phrase and end up with Activate phrase, between those two p
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Oblong
Reading and listening are how students learn to comprehend the new language that they are learning. Both skills are developed through practice, and both are equally important for students' language e
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Oconee
This unit focused on fluency vs accuracy and gave examples to demonstrate the difference. I was not aware that correcting a student might be a terrible idea depending on where they are in the lesson.
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Odell
authentic materials such as TV programs, radio programs, magasines, newspapers and other things that a native speaker would read or hear is very interesting but it is not graded to the students' leve
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Odin
Unit Ten was about Teaching Receptive Skills. Four basic skills are needed for learning a new language: reading and listening which are receptive skills and speaking and writing which are productive s
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Ogden
in a teacher's life he\she will probably have to do with adults, withe beginners\false beginners, young learners and clients that are those learners who need to study english because they have to use
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Ohio
Differences between students mother tongue and English language may make it difficult for students to understand and use the last one correctly. Hence, it is very important that EFL teachers have a go
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Ohlman
Unit 20 on Troubleshooting explains some of the common concerns or problems that an ESL/EFL teacher may encounter in the classroom. It then provides strategies to handle these concerns or problems. Fr
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Okawville
Unit Twenty was about Troubleshooting. Oftentimes, teachers will run into problems in their classrooms, and this lesson gives tips and pointers on how to overcome these problems. Teachers should estab
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Old Mill Creek
This was a concise unit concentrating on how to teach grammar and vocabulary. It focuses directly on key factors a student would require when learning new words (i.e. the similarity of words to their
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Old Ripley
There are two productive skills: speaking and writing. the main purpose of this skills is ability to communicate. I found out activities in the class can be accuracy and fluency. Accuracy activities i
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Old Shawneetown
learning the verbs irregular and regular is very important, to be rich in language key is read, read and read a lot very important to give attentions to the common mistakes and as Teacher responsibili
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Olmsted
I learn that the receptive skills, which are the reading and listening skills are equally as important as the productive skills. There are five specialist skills for reading and listening successfully
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Olympia Fields
Both Receptive and Productive skills are to be well integrated within the teaching patters and plans. They definitely go hand in hand and can provide a thorough understanding if planned and delivered
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Omaha
This lesson covered the various levels of language learners as well as reasons they might be learning. Up until now I have solely thought of myself as a teacher for children learning English. I never
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Onarga
In unit 11 of this course we study the importance of reading and listening skills when teaching. These two skills are called receptive skills. We learned how they are equally important. We also read a
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Oquawka
I think this lesson made clear all of my misconceptions in terms of the usage of modal auxiliary verbs. I learned about the different modals such as: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would
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Orangeville
This unit is very helpful and has many great ideas for the classroom. I plan on printing out the materials from this section (crosswords, word search, and phone cards) and keeping a "master copy" for
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Oreana
truly can say this unit teaches you what you already know but you still need to know more about it. all the basic grammar was mentioned and explained generally to get the necessary view every teacher
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Orion
Whenever I read a title of a unit, the impression is that the subject is easy because I have already gone through it before whether in primary school or high school. This unit is not an exception. But
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