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Benedict
The usage of tenses is another area that helps correcting errors in language and sentence construction. Tense is basically three types with four functional sub-types. Actually it's challenging part as
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Bennington
In this unit I learned about the importance and value of creating and utilizing a lesson plan. A lesson plan functions as a supporting document which can help you organize your thoughts and structure
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Bentley
This course has been aimed at resolving any common problems in teaching in the classroom. This unit has highlighted the importance of building rapport and a relationship with students which is somethi
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Benton
Whenever there is a new student a placement test should always be given to properly place the student at their English level. Progress testing should be done periodically throughout the year to see wh
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Bern
In this unit we studied past tenses and here we discover that it is not very different from the present tenses as the words simply change with an ed ie regular or irregular.The past tense is a little
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Beverly
Unit 11 is based on the receptive skills, which are reading and listening. Thanks to this unit, I have learnt what is the nature of those skills, what kind of problem can occur and how to create an ES
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Bird City
The unit gives us the information about the equipment in the classroom and teaching aids. They can include: white/ black board, OHP, visual aids, cassette recorder, CDs and DVDs, course books, online
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Bison
Modal verbs. The modal verbs include can, must, may, might, will, would, should. They are used with other verbs to express ability, obligation, possibility, and so on. Modals, Phrasal verbs and Passiv
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Blue Mound
I learned that life goes on outside the classroom as well as inside the classroom. There is a learning curve for new teachers and the faster they learn the quicker they can assimilate into their role
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Blue Rapids
Unit 17 is about all the available equipment and toals that teacher can use during a lesson. I have learnt which electronic, paper and on-line toals I could use to provide the most efficient and inter
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Bluff City
Unit has been a challenge, it provided necessary knowledge into how the methods have evolved over time and yet how all of them remain in use even nowadays. Understanding the importance of these method
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Bogue
Future tenses have seven forms to consider; the future simple,future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous,going to future, present simple and the present continuous. I have learned th
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Bonner Springs
I learned about phrasal verbs and the different types of them. There are three different types of phrasal verbs: intransitive, transitive separable and transitive inseparable. The difference between t
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Brewster
The unit on "Teaching Special Groups" was very helpful considering I want to, in the future be able to successfully teach to children. As the unit explained, many people as well as myself, are in a w
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Bronson
Course books: Course books usually consist of a set of materials. Students book ( for classroom use0. Workbook ( for individual and supplementary work, class work, homework. Coursebook advantages: It
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Brookville
I agree that when meeting new classes for the first time, it is important to establish a good rapport with students. This method will set a relaxing atmosphere for students to activate their motivatio
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Brownell
This unit presents a very important topic that should be taken into consideration by every teacher, no matter what subject they are teaching. Evaluating our students constantly is to me one of the mos
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Bucklin
This unit provides a good overview of the different role of grammar, vocab and language functions as well as the best ESA teaching techniques. For example, it is advised to use the Boomerang ESA appro
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Buffalo
This unit highlighted the different ways that teachers can evaluate their student's level and progress. It also discussed the common exams that some teachers may need to prepare their students for.
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Buhler
this section on troubleshooting has taught me on how to manage my classroom in the right manner it taught me how to control and existing group and new group and the pros and cons of them both.It also
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Bunker Hill
Now that I have the stages of the straight arrow ESA down, it was nice to be able to focus on the type of activities that fall into teaching productive skills and how I can successfully incorporate th
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Burden
This unit has outlined the various types of testing and evaluation tools available to the teacher. The use of placement and diagnostic testing at the start of a language course were explored, and how
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Burdett
Unit 12 is about productive skills: speaking and writing. When teaching this skills we, as teachers, need to take into consideration when do peaople communicate and how. In order to teach speking and
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Burlingame
Unit 16 returns to the subject of English grammar and takes a closer look at the different forms of conditional sentences and how to properly teach them in the classroom. The unit also covers the diff
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Burlington
Unit 18 is the final look at English grammar. In this unit we examined auxiliary verbs and the passive voice, as well as a brief overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses. I have learnt the basic
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Burns
Videos that I have seen gave me huge confidence and motivation. Since I have had previous contact with Thai nationality I was even able to connect on a certain level. I was able to predict what was ex
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Burr Oak
This unit went over all of the typical equipment now found in classrooms. It's quite an up to date class and includes interactive whiteboards in discussion. It also talks about what each of the equipm
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Burrton
This lesson discusses different types of tests. This unit explains the difference between placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests, practice tests, and external examinations. Each of these te
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Bushong
Conditionals and reporting speech can both become tricky for students as the time involved allows for a large number of conjugation errors. As teachers we need to be confident in these different tense
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Bushton
Choosing the right course books and teaching materials is always a dilemma for many teachers. The unit clarifies that using authentic materials and created ones is not just acceptable but is highly ap
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Byers
I have never seen future tense presented in this way, however I feel it is structured much clearer in this manner even for me as a native English speaker! It is interesting to present some of the fut
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Caldwell
The four present tenses have been studied in this unit. They are present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. The various forms, appropriate usages, common prob
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Cambridge
This unit covers a really important aspect of English Teaching, phonetics and phonology are a vital part if we intend to fully understand how a language is produced, and getting to know the slight dif
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Caney
After studying the content of this unit, I have a much deeper understanding of the important of teaching phonology. As the text suggested, as a native English speaker, the idea of teaching intonation
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Canton
The Unit teaches that there should be good qualities to a teacher such as being attentive to students and being kind and patient with them, but also not spoon-feeding them but allowing them to make mi
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Carbondale
In my past English teaching experience I have predominantly taught teenagers and adolescents. Young children are enjoyable and energetic but it is often difficult to maintain control and keep them foc
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Carlton
Unit 18 Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice was a fun unit yet in some cases could get complicated and hard to teach. phrasal verbs are the most fun in my opinion it brings up the English flavor i
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Cassoday
Unit thirteen covered both a slightly complicated and commonly neglected aspect of English language teaching, pronunciation, as well as phonology. I learned quite a bit about the phonemic alphabet in
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Cawker City
Although teachers and learners bear significant responsibility in creating and maintaining this atmosphere, teachers also bear particular responsibility with respect to their evaluative roles relative
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Cedar
In this lesson we cover the basic points of evaluating students and methods that are used and included for that. It went over the different test used for that and what each one should be used for. Pl
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Cedar Point
in this unit, I've learnt about the common problem situations that we can encounter in a classroom and how we can deal with it. such problem include, first lesson problems and how to break the ice usi
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Cedar Vale
This lesson encompassed the variety of jobs a teacher must do to enable the students the best opportunity to learn. Specific duties such as modeling the language, assessing the individual skill levels
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Centralia
I learnt how to effectively allocate assignments to a multi-lingual class. Dividing the class into groups where common language is spoken. Giving them a partner to work on English together in their na
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Chanute
This is an excellent overview of the conditional and has a great discussion of the direct versus indirect speech. In all honesty, I worry now that I myself make common errors when changing from direct
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Chapman
In this unit,i have learnt that teachers need to evaluate students to assess their language skills. The different types of testing and evaluation techniques which include tutorials, evaluation by the
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Chase
The present tenses are interesting for their subtly. The meaning can be simple, continuing - "-ing", and "perfect", which connotes a continuing complexity. These differences come into play at advanced
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Chautauqua
This unit covered the various teaching tools that are commonly used in classrooms and that are available to teachers for use , and the pros and cons with some of these aids . Some of the tools mention
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Cheney
This unit covered the area of coursebooks and lesson materials. Created and authentic materials such as newspapers, songs,poems, crosswords, word search puzzle and gap fill activities can be used as
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Cherokee
In this unit I learnt the four forms of past tenses; past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. Similar to the previous chapter where I learned about present tenses, I wa
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Cherryvale
In this unit, I learned lots thing, n this unit Conditionals and reported speech I met more new things and topics which are very important and usable in the English language teaching and learning. I l
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