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Park
This unit showed a video of the same teacher and the same class covering the same material in two different ways, specifically how the teacher approached the class. In the first video the students wer
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Park City
The examples given are great and definitely useful. Honestly I am not necessarily the most creative or artistic person so in my previous supervised classes I used materials off of the internet. I don
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Parker
Testing is a difficult subject for teachers and students. It can be hard to determine whether a test only assesses a student's memory or his or her true language ability. I also think passing an exter
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Parkerfield
Lesson 9 is a very practical lesson the deals with lesson plans. It discusses why lesson plans are necessary to effective teaching. this lesson gives an overview of the strategy, development, struct
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Parkerville
This unit focuses on the following: 1. The relationship of the teacher to the learner. 2. The roles of the teacher. 3. The roles of the learner. 4. Differences between adult and young learners. 5. Why
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Parsons
This unit showed the importance of making a class plan either as an aid to planning or working document or even as a record so teacher will easily be able to remember everything done in details. It he
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Partridge
This unit taught me about the different types of special groups that you might teach as an English teacher. These included: beginners, individual students, young learners / children, business english
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Pawnee Rock
This unit is important because it provides the backbone of what lessons are based around. If you have boring materials, then your lecture will not be a success in getting the students interested in En
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Paxico
This lesson taught the use of different resources that a teacher can utilize with-in the classroom. I learned that it is not good to view teaching tools in black and white. It's more important to us
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Peabody
This unit taught me about the many types of teaching equipment that may or may not be available in the classroom, depending on what the school may provide. The teaching equipment ranged from the more
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Penalosa
Special education teachers spend their days providing assistance to students who most their help. These teachers not only educate students; they make education possible for children and youth who may
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Perry
This unit emphasized that receptive skills (listening and reading) and productive skills (speaking and writing) are equally important and teachers should try to incorporate all of them into lessons as
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Peru
A modal auxiliary verb gives information about the function of the main verb that it governs. Modals have a wide variety of communicative functions, but these functions can generally be related to a s
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Phillipsburg
Unit 17 is about teaching equipment, aids and resources. The unit primarily discusses items and/or tools that can and should be used in a TEFL or TESL style classroom for English learners. The unit em
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Pittsburg
The unit tells us about productive skills: speaking and writing. Speaking activities can be subdivided into controlled activities, guided activities and creative communication. The type of speaking ac
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Plains
This unit presented some different kinds of students with their needs, advantages and disadvantages.It specially talked about special groups of learners such as: beginners (absolutely, false, adults w
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Plainville
Unit six picks up the study of verb tenses. This lesson deals with the 4 aspects of the past tense. The past tense verbs utilize some similar form and and usage of the present tenses such as: the us
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Pleasanton
This section covers how to evaluate and test students for various purposes through out their studies. There are three main types of evaluation: Tutorials, evaluation by the students and, of course, di
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Plevna
This is a good lesson. I have learned so much about testing and evaluation. I agree that testing is really important for students to understand the level where the student is at. The student needs to
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Pomona
Teaching language classes to non-native learners is quite challenging.Not only students have different level of skills, sometimes the classroom is multi-level, as well.Often, teachers do not know wher
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Portis
In this unit,I leart some of the most common problem situation that teachers can encounter in the classroom and aslo suggest ways of dealing with them:First lessons,warmers,different levels,large clas
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Potwin
These are all great points I have never necessarily thought about or dealt with. My previous classes were already divided into general levels. While they differed slightly there were no major differ
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Powhattan
Unit Five 'Managing classrooms', gives very detailed information about managing a classroom. This included, eye contact, gestures, grouping students, classroom arrangement, teacher talk time, student
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Prairie View
In this unit i learnt about the various aspects of classroom management. The dynamics of the classroom will play a large role in efficiently teaching and the success of your students. For the class t
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Prairie Village
There are many problems that may arrive when teaching English. In the first lesson, the teacher needs to be aware of the make up of the students. For example, if the students don't know each other, th
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Pratt
There are four basic receptive skills (reading, listening, speaking and writing) in any language. Developing all of these skills is key to providing the students with a balanced approach to learning.
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Prescott
In this unit I have learnt that students require 4 things when learning a new language, these include being exposed to it, understanding its meaning, understanding how it's structured, and be able to
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Preston
This unit focused on ways to teach speaking and writing to students. Speaking and writing both encompass accuracy and fluency, which are equally important to teach. Students may do various speaking ac
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Pretty Prairie
In unit 13 I learnt everything about teaching pronunciation and phonology. A good teacher considers this an integral and important part of a course. There are many different techniques to for indicati
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Princeton
This unit categorized different ways of evaluating and testing students. There more than five ways of evaluating students these are: Placement tests usually used for the seating arrangement,; Diagnost
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Protection
This unit looks at phonology, stress, articulation, intonations and the phonemic alphabet.As well as speech emphasis and the often overlooked subject of pronunciation. Pronunciation in any language is
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Quenemo
Unit has been quite beneficial. The importance of the productive skills just as the receptive is high. It is with these skills that we demonstrate how eloquent and diverse we are i.e. how able we are
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Quinter
Unit 10 provides us two different videos. The first one shows the common mistakes that teacher can make during a lesson. The second one demonstrates the correct way of carrying a lesson and teaching m
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Radium
In this unit I learned that there are many, many more rules for speaking and writing language than I had previously thought. The difference between the types of nouns, for example; common and proper n
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Ramona
This unit goes over troubleshooting or common problems that teachers may encounter with students and how how to manage them. First lessons should be the time to learn all of the students names and get
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Randall
through this unit, I've learnt that good teachers always produce good learners. the relationship between the teacher and its student should be based on the students level of english and by observing t
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Randolph
Conditionals and Reported speech are two of the most complicated structures for students to get completely right. In general, they do not have much problems understanding the concepts but they do have
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Ransom
Unit 7 is about how we can teach new language. In this unit we can find methods of teaching new vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. What I find very interesting is the paragraph
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Rantoul
Interesting points were made as I have personally experienced some of the struggles trying to learn new languages myself. Expecting to teach English to Spanish speaking students, having the similarit
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Raymond
I learned so much from this unit. this is superb to learn in the classroom. i can use this lesson and apply it to my kids in the classroom. I appreciate the value lessons I have learned through this c
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Reading
Deciding what kind of material we use is a matter to give a great deal of importance. It will condition how our learners will feel with the material and therefore how successful our class will be. In
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Redfield
IN THIS UNIT I CONSOLIDATED THE PART OF SPEECH VERY WELL.THERE ARE 9 PART OF SPEECH IN ENGLISH: NOUNS,VERBS,PROVERBS,ADJECTIVES,ADVERBS,CONJECTIONS,GERUNDS,INFINITIVES,ARTICLES. WE USE NOUNS FOR NAMES
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Republic
In this unit we looked at different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress , as well as some of the common external exams that needs to be prepared. They mentioned about : 1) Tutorial
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Reserve
this chapter provides a good, detailed overview of modal auxiliary verbs and an intro to relative clauses and phrasal verbs. It was helpful to get a clear idea of passive vs.action-oriented phrases. I
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Rexford
This unit explained modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs express the speakers’ feelings or attitude as well as differing degrees of formality. Modal verbs express ability,
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Richfield
With this unit, it showed that special classes need not be difficult or feared. Young learners classes can be fun for both the students and teacher a long as the teacher is willing to be at their leve
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Richmond
This unit provides an introduction into creating a lesson plan and reasons why it is beneficial to have one in order to have a structure. It is mentioned that eventually when a teacher is more experi
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Riley
There is a lot of information jammed into this unit. Throughout this course, I have noticed I am absorbing more information from the videos then the written text. I would have been helpful if the co
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Robinson
This unit was about conditionals and reported speech. To be honest, it was a big review for me as well, since I don't really remember when I learned this myself. I do use the terms correctly but mos
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Roeland Park
I found this unti very challenging to understand as the concepts for learning the techniques weren't very clear on what they meant. I also found very challening trying to read some of the phoneti scri
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