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Stickney
Unit 10 takes us inside an English language classroom through two videos of classes. In these videos, the lesson is the same, but the attitudes of both the teacher and the students in it were differen
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Stillman Valley
The summary tables explicitly capturing the modal auxiliary verbs with the rules, form usage, and examples of the present, future and past tenses, is really helpful in making a clear distinction of th
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Stockton
It is essential for teachers to assess their students in different ways. The assessment will give the teacher a good idea of what the level of the student is, where the lesson could start and possibly
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Stone Park
u feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but may be part of a sample of work reviewed by the course moderator and therefore
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Stonefort
With this units I have come to learnt importance of course book and it materials. The things you should consider when choosing a course book. How important to create your materials to supplement the c
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Stonington
In english conditionals have a variety of complex forms, some of which are common but with many that are uncommon. These get changed, or backshifted, when discussing reported speech. Additionally, rel
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Stoy
A word in a sentence can be classified according to its purpose in the sentence and this is known as parts of speech.These are verb,pronoun,adjective, adverb, conjunction, noun ,preposition and articl
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Strasburg
There are a number of different ways of referring to the future in English. All together there are seven commonly used future tenses. Although in spoken English the most practiced are “Be going to +
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Strawn
Unit 12 on Teaching Productive Skills explains the importance of the two productive skills, speaking and writing; and the factors that must be considered in teaching them. The chapter also includes a
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Streamwood
As of this last lesson, it deals with some of the issues that a teacher may have to deal with in the classroom. Establishing rapport and communicating well is essential especially on the first day of
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Stronghurst
In this unit i learnt that nouns are names of people,places,things etc.There are various types of nouns and also we have countable and uncountable nouns.More so,i learnt that countable nouns can be p
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Sublette
This unit covers grammar essentials in building sentences which are modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clause. There are basic rules in using modal auxiliary verbs depend
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Sugar Grove
Conditionals and reported speech is key to help ensure the message is relayed properly. This exercise requires more practice but will definitely come handy in conversations as that is used on a daily
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Sullivan
Unit 12 discussed two different productive skills, writing and speaking. The unit first discussed speaking, why it's important, and why fluency and accuracy are both important. We discussed different
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Summerfield
I learnt about the productive skills- reading and writing. The reasons for communication and the difference between accuracy and fluency. Accuracy is study phase based whiles fluency is activate phase
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Summit
This unit was the follow up to teaching receptive skills, and was concerned with teaching productive skills: speaking and writing. The differences between them were discussed, with most students prefe
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Sun River Terrace
Unit 2 is a general condensation of which are the part of the speech and what their main functions are. Every single part of the speech is summarized in its minimum number of functions as every teache
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Swansea
I learned about how to handle different first lesson class. In a new group the students need to build a rapport to get to know each other and for the teacher to get get to know the students. For exi
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Symerton
Past tenses are very simple as it's considered as one of the most common tenses used in the real life, native speakers and bilinguals can hardly get wrong in this module. Of course, in Asia area, espe
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Table Grove
Managing a multilingual class is important. Being able to capture the attention by one common language that binds them is the English language. Avoiding the use of the native language of the students
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Tallula
This unit was an interesting spectrum of clauses and verb forms. Modals, such as would, could, and should, are often confusing even to native English speakers, so this is advanced material in some way
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Tamaroa
There are different examinations that an English student can take. Some may be business related. Majority of the time it would be school and education related. A student may move to an English spea
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Tamms
Unit 20 basically talks about the common situations to be encountered in the classroom during a lesson that are problematic to teachers of English language, the unit goes ahead to provide ways in deal
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Tampico
This unit is more practical where the previous units, especially the theories methods and techniques of teaching, are applied. it talks about the importance of planning a lesson and present a sample l
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Taylor Springs
This unit is about preparing for first class with the students. For the first class, it is not recommended to use the course book. The objectives of the first class is to establish rapport with the st
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Tell City
The nature of this unit could be seen as boring. The exciting part of all these different tenses is that it gives the chance to do a variety of activities and games within the class. For the past simp
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Tennessee
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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Terre Haute
Learning the future tense helps wrap up all of the tenses I will need to be well versed in when I begin teaching. However, the future is the most complex and mixes with the present tenses, so I'll nee
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Teutopolis
The unit, firstly, introduces the three different tenses with four aspects characterized by each tense as considered more practical for an EFL teacher. Secondly, it focuses mainly on the present tense
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Thawville
Unit one is about teachers and learners. Good teachers should be always patient, loving teaching, lively, able to motivate their students, involve all the students, should know the weakness of the st
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Thayer
The brief overview of this unit has taught me about the qualities of a good Teacher and I have learnt that a Teacher should care about her teaching and care more about the learning of the students. I
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Thebes
This unit covers equipment and teaching aids. There is some equipment in the list I cannot imagine still being used, though probably in some very poor country they might exist, so they have been kept
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Third Lake
there are four basic skills in any language, receptive skills (reading and listening) productive skills (speaking and writing) all are equally important and wherever possible we should try to incorpor
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Thomasboro
Unit 17 provided a resourceful explanation of different equipment a teacher may use frequently and teaching aids that a teacher will (or should) have at their disposal as well. While all of these tool
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Thompsonville
There are numerous techniques which a teacher can utilize in order to help students understand concepts. Each technique has its benefits and drawbacks depending on students' language level and culture
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Thomson
This unit is about teaching methods, theories, and techniques that are used in teaching English and, in particular, in EFL teaching. The unit lists the most commonly used methods with brief descriptio
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Thornton
I have learned in this unit, that knowing the problems you face into the class or during the lesson is important to know your class weaknesses, however knowing the solutions or Troubleshooting is the
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Tilden
Viewing from a big picture, establishing relationship between teachers and students plays a major role to guarantee the language learning efficiency. By contrast, if the teacher or student gives up a
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Tilton
This unit was a broad overview of English parts of speech. It was a relatively brief surface discussion of each, but surprisingly included quite a few specific examples and rule exceptions. I learned
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Timberlane
In this unit i learnt the essence of assessing a student's language level as well as the ways in which a teacher can do so.There are three ways to assess a student's language level and these are throu
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Time
According to this unit learning, I have learned a lot about the subtle relationship beteween a good teacher and a good learner. There is students-centred english club, I work for, which is really care
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Tinley Park
This unit focused on the receptive skills, reading and listening. I learned about the different skills involved in reading and listening and how I can use this when using activities to teach the skil
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Tiskilwa
This unit gives some information about lesson planing, quite good points about including exercises for different skills. The test is quite strange though. I personally think that these activities "A m
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Toledo
In this unit, I learned about the different classes and how they should be taught. The different classes are: absolute beginner who have no English at all, the false beginner, these are the students w
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Tolono
Motivation is key to academic success. Adult learners are generally more motivated than young learners due to the simple fact that they have made the conscious decision to attend the class. It is the
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Tonica
Unit 4 covers the present tenses. There are four present tenses with four different uses: 1. present simple - I write, I don't write, do I write? a. used for habitual or routine actions, permanen
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Tovey
This course revealed much about the importance of selecting and proper utilization of different references for the whole ESL lessons. This showed the variances of course books and other references suc
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Towanda
In unit 15 of this course was all about evaluation and testing for students. There was a list of tests that were detailed in their purposes, when they are given, and why they are given. A lot of the k
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Tower Hill
I fund this unit quite easy although I did struggle on some of the questions looking at lesson planning again and what happens during the engage activate and study stage I found it quite interesting a
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Tower Lakes
This unit explains the roles and characteristics of good teachers and learners. Teachers need to be kind and patient, motivating, have a good knowledge of their subject, really love teaching and be ab
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