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Herington
This unit of the utmost importance for teachers. Technology is changing at a rapid rate, and since I was in school last, there have been many changes to how we approach a class and which materials are
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Herndon
This final unit of the course covers troubleshooting and common problem solutions. During the first lesson of your class it is important to establish a rapport between students and also between the
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Hesston
Unit Ten 'Video Lessons' was very interesting unit where you were given two videos to watch in addition to answering questions about the two. The first video showed what you should not do. While the s
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Hiawatha
In this unit I learned about different types of equipment and aids teachers can use in the classroom. Despite being familiar with most of them, It is interesting to read and learn tips about when and
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Highland
Unit nineteen was full of helpful information concerning teaching different types of students based on age, experience, whether they’re learning English for a specific reason or not, and whether Iâ€
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Hill City
Unit 17 discusses various equipment and teaching aids that can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. Though different schools have different resources
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Hillsboro
Unit 11 introduces the four basic skills of any language, focusing on the two receptive skills: reading and listening. It provided me with example of teaching techniques, ESA lesson structures and sam
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Hoisington
As shown in the unit there is a lot of different tools for use in teaching, from using Youtube videos to engage small children in language to using the latest newspapers in Adult/Business student clas
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Holcomb
I feel that as a native english speaker I have never paid attention to intonation and it's been a good ten years since I paid attention to phonetics. The questions that were in phonetic script was a b
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Hollenberg
In this unit I learned about teaching special groups. There are many different types of groups including teaching business English, adult beginners, children, individual students, and multilingual cla
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Holton
I know I've only scratched the surface with grammar in this course but knowing that there's much more to learn about grammar and that I've only learnt the basics honestly, stresses me out. I've never
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Holyrood
This unit was very useful in providing tips for teaching young learners as well as business professionals. I am aiming to work with younger beginners because I believe that will make great students an
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Hope
This unit has given the learner an opportunity to view two lessons that were taught in very different manners. The two videos highlighted differences in teaching techniques that can have profound effe
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Horace
The past tense is used in a polite expression. The past tense is used to talk about the past. The past tense of regular verbs is made by adding -d or -ed to the base form of the verb, while those of
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Horton
Unit 9 explains how to teach special groups. Given groups are divided into: beginners, individual students, children, professionals/companies (Business English), monolingual and multilingual learners.
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Howard
The "modals" are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. They are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. There
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Hoxie
This unit has covered modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs are multi-verb words, or words which consist of a verb and one or two particles. These can be split into 3 basic types (som
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Hoyt
Lesson 11 discusses the two main categories of language which are: receptive skills and productive skills. Each of these two skills have two components. Receptive skills include listening and readin
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Hudson
With this unit I have learned that modal auxiliary verbs 'rules' are learned subconsciously by native speakers, the teaching of them to students will most likely be repetitive so that they can memoris
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Hugoton
This unit explained how to approach teaching students the receptive skills of listening and reading. It also examined the challenges that many students come across when learning these receptive skills
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Humboldt
As a preschool English teacher, the use of coursebooks is not an option, however, I have learnt, the hard way that not all schools will provide you with the necessary materials. So I have had to buy o
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Hunnewell
Teaching Students Teachers use course books and materials for their lessons. Course books consist a set of Student's book for class work, Teacher's book guiding how to teach the materials and some au
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Hunter
Evaluation is essential to understanding what the students know, have difficulties with, don't understand, or have forgotten. Evaluations can help the teacher design the lessons, pace, and activities
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Huron
Unit 14 is about Course Books and Lesson Materials I was able to learn everything about authentic material and why use it, how to use creative material like crosswords and picture stories. Also course
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Hutchinson
Unit two begins to form foundational and practical components for being ale to teach English. It may not be necessary to have comprehensive knowledge of grammar to teach English, but a teacher needs
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Independence
This unit covered a variety of grammatical rules: modals, verb phrases, and passive voice. I know this is supposed to be the final lesson on grammar for this course. I cannot help but feel that I'm go
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Ingalls
In this unit,Theories,methods and techniques are being analysed and understandings made easier.One very important thing here is the ESA ie Engage study activate where each of them have been explained
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Inman
After finishing this unit, i can understand now why pronunciation and phonology is the least favoured teaching subject in tefl. As a native speaker, without the descriptions and tricks in this unit i
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Iola
In this lesson we learn general things we need to pay attention to teach English as foreign language. I appreciate the experiences gathered in this document. So far I only have one-to-one class, the s
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Isabel
Unit 20 Troubleshooting talks about how a first lesson should be done depending if the studesnt know each other or not, how to establish rapport and what kind of activities are better for the first cl
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Iuka
After completing all 20 units of the 120 hour certificate, I now feel that I have a strong basis of understanding to begin my career as an ESL teacher. I will continue to study on my own and expand my
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Jamestown
This unit revisits many important points: be clear and concise, help students with their motivation, know your students' backgrounds with English, etc. There are many different kinds of learners--and
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Jennings
Unit 15 introduces the topic of evaluation and testing students’ knowledge. There are different ways of evaluating students’ levels and progress, together with some common external exams that the
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Jetmore
This unit provides a good overview of pronounciation and phonology. The different components of phonology including Stress, Rhythm and Intonation is explained along with examples of applicable teachin
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Jewell
Unit three is about different methods, techniques and theories of teaching english. This unit shows us how to teach others in an efficient and organised way. Personally, I find it very helpful because
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Johnson City
Being aware of the different kinds of systems available is important to maximize your students' learning experiences. It also helps prepare you for any teaching environment you'll enter, as the teache
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Junction City
This unit has detailed the modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, the various types of phrasal verbs and finally a brief introduction to the relative clause. All of these elements of grammar are es
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Kanopolis
In this unit I learned that tenses are divided further than past, present, and future. In English each of these tenses is split into four categories. In this lesson we covered the four types within pr
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Kanorado
This unit focused on modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modals are used to express obligation, probability, permission, ability and advice. They are words like "can" and "may." The verbs need t
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Kansas City
This unit was a great one. It talked about books and materials, either authentic or created with the advantages and disadvantages of both. It also spoke about course books highlighting its advantages
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Kechi
Again, a great review of things! I hope someday that I can use more technology more often but as of now, in my teaching placement, I am unable to do so. I would like to learn more about interactive wh
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Kensington
I gained a new insight in the important of reading and listening skills when learning a new language after reading this unit and watching the video. I had never considered how critical it is for stud
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Kincaid
A good teacher has mostly good students. Work without passion can be a kind of “loosing game”. The relationship between teachers and students its a complex issue where mutual understanding of the
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Kingman
This unit explained the types and uses of different forms of evaluation and testing. Evaluation and testing serve as a important method for checking language acquisition and areas of weakness. Many di
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Kinsley
This unit explains the importance, methods and difficulties of teaching receptive skills. Receptive skills include reading and listening. We must teach these to help students achieve a particular goal
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Kiowa
The ability to effectively utilize the materials given to teachers to aid in their teaching is critical to make the best of the lessons. At the very least least, most classrooms should have a board fo
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Kirwin
This unit focused on the practical application of lesson plans. It overviewed the different styles of different teachers and gave several suggestions of how to plan. It also gave an example lesson pla
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Kismet
Personally, I disagree with the author's classification of Modal verbs since I was taught that expressions such as HAVE TO, NEED TO, BE ABLE TO and others, are not examples of this category because th
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La Crosse
In this lesson we learn the techniques to teach pronunciation and phonology. For native English speaker teachers, this is definitely not a easy topic to teach, because they speak the language naturall
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La Cygne
This unit covers the parts of speech, the fundamental grammar we need to learn and understand English. These include nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, gerunds, pronouns,
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