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This unit had a whole lot to learn about, but I'm more than happy that I've absorbed the basics of lesson planning and design! Learning about the various different teaching techniques has shown me tha
Just like unit 4 which elobarated English tenses ( preset tense ) , this Unit also gives an elaborate knowledge on another tense Past tense .The simple past tense form for regular verbs: (add -ed/-d
Unit 17 was dedicated to teaching equipment and teaching aids. Overall there were 15 various teaching aids mentioned there, including those used for decades and centuries (board, visual aids, workshee
There are four basic skills in any language; receptive
skills – reading and listening, and productive skills –
speaking and writing. All are equally important and
wherever possible we should t
From this unit, I have learnt the importance of making a lesson plan, espeically for the teachers with less teaching experience, the basic principles of lesson planning, and what to make sure before t
Correct Pronunciation is a basis for efficient communication in English, as in any other language. Being widespread as it is, English has developed a large number of regional dialects byt they should
This is a very great module that is especially helpful to the ESL teachers and learners. Pronunciation, everyone understands is one of the core aspects of language that requires a higher degree of com
The importance of teaching proper pronunciation to non native english students is highly needed although it can be difficult for them. Improper pronunciation can lead to misunderstanding or wrong impr
In order to teach English properly, you need to have the basic and fundamental knowledge of the language. This unit provides a concise but detailed explanation of the different parts of speech. I was
This unit touched on the grammar point of conditionals in all their different forms and the rules for each as well. I learned that these grammar rules can sometimes be difficult for non-native speaker
This is a very short section. I think that one of the considerations whether to use course books or authentic materials is the level of the student. Since there is no guarantee of the level of vocabul
This unit is about methodologies; methods on how to teach, mostly. There are a lot of factors to consider when teaching a non-native English speaker, such as: grammar translation - from their 1st lang
There was a lot of unfamiliar ideas in this unit. While familiar with phonology I hadn’t thought much about intonation, stress and rhythm in speech and teaching English. I know there are certain sou
In this unit, conditionals were described and their appropriate use explained. These conditionals are the zero, first, second and third conditionals, and a mixed form.
After this, reported speech was
In this unit, I learned all about reporting speech and the use of conditionals. Before this unit, I had no idea of what reporting speech was, though I had used it. Now, I feel well informed, because t
This unit dealt with the fundamentals of pronunciation and phonology. When learning a foreign language there perfect pronunciation should be the goal. There are many ways in which a teacher can assist
In Unit 14 I learned the following: Coursebooks and lesson material
Materials can be divided into two groups - Authentic - programs magazines, newspapers, songs, poems brochures - Tend to be more moti
Unit 2 introduced me to grammar and its complicated structure. Some of the rules that were mentioned were oblivious to me, even as a native English speaker. Growing up using “a” and “an” was s
While at the start of this lesson ti says that the future tense can be confusing, I find it very straight forward after the information provided with the past and present tenses. There, as evidenced b
The three main components of academic language are vocabulary, grammatical structures, and functions. The components of academic language must be deliberately developed and taught. For most students,
This unit comprehensively elaborates the sensitive issues pertaining to teaching different groups and comprehensively elaborates the requirements of each group. This is a massive help actually through
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