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Rolla
Unit 18 looks at a range of other commonly taught subjects. The unit looks at the importance of modal verbs in English communication and covers phrasal verbs, the passive voice and relative clauses.
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Rose Hill
i have learnt from this unit that there are different ways of evaluating students'levels and progressas well as some of the external exams that i may need to prepare my students for like placement tes
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Roseland
Equipment and teaching aids are useful tools in our everyday teaching. Advancement of technology is adding colors to teaching materials and equipment. This is highly important in all places of learni
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Rossville
Here I learn the various ways to assess a student's language level which can be through tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Also, I have learnt the the different tests that can be given t
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Rozel
Unit 16 reflected on conditionals and reported speech. There are five main conditionals. Which are zero conditional, first, second, third and mixed conditional. The form and usage of each conditional
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Rush Center
Unit 19 Teaching Special Group was a great unit. The different groups of learners were identified and teaching hints, tips and strategies where clearly outlined. I liked the questions that covered the
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Russell
This was a very interesting module. I happen to be interested in teaching business students so this gave me so invaluable insight into how to both organize lessons in a more useful manner. I really l
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Russell Springs
The objective of this unit is for ensure you and your students understand what the future tense is and to be able to identify future tenses verbs shown in simple sentences. it is important to understa
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Sabetha
I found the material in this section difficult to understand. The Phonetic script is challenging. I found phonetic script something I need to review for the section on pronunciation and phonology. Wit
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Salina
Unit seemed to be rather logical and with a common sense, easy to understand and overcome. However once looked deeply into it revealed a challenge with what was to follow. How important the interactio
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Satanta
Lesson planning is a little bit difficult than it seems to be. Appropriate lesson plan stimulates the interest of the students more and also creates more conducive learning environment. Having a pre-p
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Savonburg
This unit has provided information regarding specific testing that ESL students may wish to pursue in the future depending on where they are in their careers. After reading this unit and watching the
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Sawyer
This unit focused on course materials, especially the controversy of whether or not to use a pre-written text. In the end, it teaches that it's best to use a mix of the two. There are advantages and d
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Scammon
Unit #13 focused on pronunciation and phonology. It discussed the intonation of sentences, the stress of individual syllables, and how these contribute to the meaning of what is spoken. Through this u
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Scandia
This lesson covered equipment and teaching aids to use in the classroom. I learned the importance of being prepared to use these resources before the class begins in order to use classroom time more e
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Schoenchen
In this unit I learned the various approaches to teaching language. Of the various methodologies, there was emphasis on the ESA approach in which you 'Engage' students by stimulating their interests a
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Scott City
Conditional phrases use the words "if" or "when" and contain two clauses: the "if" clause and the main clause. The "if" clause contains the condition that has to be met before the action in the clause
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Scottsville
I learnt that radios are not common for classroom use. The acronym OHP or Over Head Projector is often used by teachers avoiding the white-board for the accommodation of students visual aid. Teachers
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Scranton
This unit covers modals , phrasal verbs and active and passive voice and their functions . Modals are words that can be used for permission , or display levels of certainty as well a various levels of
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Sedan
This unit goes in depth in the study of techniques and activities that are certainly suitable for teaching a variety of aspects of the language. I find pretty practical all the examples of exercises
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Sedgwick
This Units covers trouble shooting as teachers enter their classrooms for the first times and ideas and tips/ideas on how to start building a rapport between teacher and student as well as rapports st
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Selden
The two main topics of Unit 16 are conditionals and reported speech. There are five types of conditional forms: Zero Conditional, First Conditional, Second Conditional, Third Conditional and Mixed Con
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Seneca
Unit 13 is about phonology and pronunciation. From this unit I have learnt the difference between them, what they include and which techniques we use to teach them. I've found it very intersting becau
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Severance
The unit tells us about various types of difficulties that may arise when you teach English. For instance, at the first class it is necessary to establish the rapport between the students and between
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Severy
This chapter provides information concerning the issues involved when teaching specialized groups. The chapter provides insight on four main groups; beginners, individual students, children, and Busi
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Seward
This unit introduced methods to teaching a new language to students through three vital avenues: vocabulary, grammar, and functions. In this section I learned how to select vocabulary to teach and wha
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Sharon
This unit gives an instruction about the conditional sentences and reported speech. To be able to understand this unit well, one needs good understanding of the tenses, which we learnt in the unit 8.
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Sharon Springs
Unit #16 covered the different types of English conditionals and also how grammar changes between direct and reported speech. Through this unit I learned how conditionals are formed when discussing ir
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Shawnee
This unit covers the many different test formats available in language schools to decipher a students current knowledge, progress, level of English and readiness to sit external language exams. It des
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Silver Lake
unit 9 taught me the basic principles of lesson planning, what to included in the planning process and ways to do so. It is important to know how to produce a lesson plan this is practical and easy t
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Simpson
Beside grammar,phonology and pronunciation have been a confusing subject for non native speakers to learn.The sounds that make up speech patterns in English are often difficult to identify.Thus,low le
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Smith Center
This lesson covered some aspects of English language, conditionals and reporting direct speech, that I use as a native English speaker, but did not necessarily know the rules concerning proper usage.
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Smolan
Unit 14 course books and lesson materials indeed is a controversial subject. It depends on many factors student level age the subject that is being taught and so many things as well as the personality
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Soldier
Lesson 12 deals with the second major aspects of learning language which are the productive skills of speaking and writing. Each element, writing and speaking are important, but in the actual classro
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Solomon
While in previous unit we studied the two receptive skills (reading and listening), this one brought attention to the two productive skills which are speaking and writting, showing the advantages of t
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South Haven
I have adquired much information about testing and assessment. I have learnt types of examination that I have never heard about and clarify others that I knew little. It is compelling the ESOL skills
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South Hutchinson
This unit was very descriptive and laid everything out in a way that is easy to understand. It showed how a simple word at the beginning of your sentence can impact your tone and your formality. Modal
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Spearville
From this unit, I have learned about the problems that can be happen during teaching time because I need to make establish to find the students’ interest and their English level of each individual c
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Speed
Unit 17 discussed the different teaching aids and equipment. Different teaching aids make lesson enjoyable and interesting. Some of the different teaching aids are white or black boards, overhead proj
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Spivey
This unit covers " conditionals " and their specific usages and for the various reasons/conditions in which they are used , as well as the combinations and tenses in which they can be identified . IE*
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Spring Hill
This unit has introduced us to the structures and rules for using sentences to express past, present and future actions or possibilities. These are called conditionals and range from facts or actions
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St. Francis
As a student, I have found very boring lots of books that I have had the experienced to use. It is true that each book has its own aims and it has got its own purposes but when we talk about teaching
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St. George
Unit 12 addressed the two productive skills which ESL students need to learn: speaking and writing. It also covered games and activities which can help in the teaching of these skills. Through this un
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St. John
This unit was one of the more difficult ones to go through in my opinion. Although it was difficult, I still found it important to go through. The better I understand these topics, the better my stude
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St. Marys
Using course books is an essential part of teaching English at primary and secondary schools. And, of course, not all course books fit the real needs of a certain class and are usually outdated. But a
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St. Paul
This intensive unit explains phonology and how to teach pronunciation. Phonology is the study, science, analysis and classification of the physical properties of sounds and there are a few different c
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Stafford
The unit shows the main points about teachers and learners, since the characteristics of each one of them such as the aspects for being a good teacher or student. It also presents all the roles a teac
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Stark
This unit conclude the course and focused on teaching me about troubleshooting in the classroom. I learnt about your first lesson as a teacher for an existing group or a new group. I learnt about the
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Sterling
Productive skills are used to communicate. The two productive skills are speaking and writing. With these skills, it is important to learn them accurately and fluently. This unit showed many different
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Stockton
The unit reminded me about all the present tenses, such as present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. The tense system is the area of the English language that
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