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Adairville
I have learnt about non-verbal communication such as eye contact and gestures as well as voice. I have also learned about the advantages and disadvantages of working as a class, in pairs, individually
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Albany
In this unit I review the different types of classes we have. I think it's important to make a difference between each one of them and to know their characteristics. There's a big difference between w
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Alexandria
This Unit was about strategies a teacher can use to manage their classrooms. It reviewed gestures, eye contact, and voices a teacher can use. It discussed activities for grouping students such as in p
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Allen
In this unit I learned about how to use equipment and teaching aids? we should use and do the flowing things: Plan on paper beforehand Start with a clean board Write neatly Use correct tool Keep boa
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Allensville
The need to evaluate students or see how they have progressed is important for teachers and institutions. In the process of acquiring a second language is important for the students also see how they
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Anchorage
These theme is a common and complex issue for the teachers. The teacher often has to create their own materials to replace the part that is not suitable for the class. If students compare course books
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Arlington
Modal verbs are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to needn't, and ought to. They express obligation, possibility, permission/prohibition, ability, a
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Ashland
In order to make a speech sound crisp and interesting, just rich vocabulary is not sufficient . The language must be initially prepared correctly. Along with that, pronunciation and phonology . Cor
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Auburn
I noticed that the teacher was being sort of impatient and harsh in the first lesson right from the start. I was a bit confused until watching the second lesson which is when I realized that he was de
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Audubon Park
Text Books and materials have always had a relevant importance to me. I mean, i spent my whole life studying english from books that were not suitable to ourselves, the students. So, yes, chosing a bo
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Augusta
The unit was most useful in regards to the importance of the teacher's responsibility as a facilitator in the classroom, to know when to just watch and evaluate and knw when to get involved with the
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Bancroft
In this Unit 20, teaches how to eliminate the different problems which being encountered by the teachers in the classroom during the first class and etc. Such us, how to manage the new group class and
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Barbourmeade
I learned in this unit characteristics of both successful educators and students. I have been a certified teacher since 2010, so much of what is in this unit is review for me. The first section gave
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Barbourville
Unit 14 is about coursebooks and lesson materials. I have learnt about coursebooks and created materials, the difference between them. Moreover, I have known the importance of planning lessons by bala
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Bardstown
The forms of examination and evaluation were covered in unit fifteen, with the purposes given for tests like progress and practice tests. Examples of questions made for a placement test meant for eval
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Bardwell
In this unit I learned about: Authentic materials: Advantages - It can boost the confidence of students if they are able to understand it. - It’s authentic or real so it’s more in
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Barlow
There are many different parts of a lesson plan, but what is included in your own lesson plan can be unique to each teacher. It is important to establish learner objectives and personal aims. Learner
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Beattyville
This unit, I learnt the modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. The modal auxiliary verbs are will, would, should, can, could, might, must and etc. Also their usages was discussed. I
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Beaver Dam
Teaching pronunciation and phonology in a manner that aids the student is a tricky thing because as a native speaker it may be difficult to know where to start. This chapter goes in to great detail o
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Bedford
This unit discussed the parts of speech, which can be seen as the basics of a grammatical system. Roughly, there are 8 parts of speech. Articles, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, gerunds,
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Beechwood Village
This 19th unit was quite different from the others. FOr the first time i interfaced with a lot of different examples of classes. We saw the multilanguage classes, with all the difficulties and the be
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Bellefonte
In this unit I learned about evaluation and testing: Teachers need to evaluate their students’ English to determine whether the students are making any progress in their learning. A teacher also ne
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Bellemeade
I feel this unit gave excellent insight into what a classroom setting should look like and operate like when teaching English abroad. I learned a lot about how to maintain control of students, how to
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Bellevue
Pronunciation can affect the quality of a student’s communication in many ways. For one, mispronouncing words can alter the meaning of what is being and eventually lead to misunderstanding. It is th
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Bellewood
This particular unit covers the logistics behind student assessment and what kinds of tests are to be provided in sequence, throughout the span of a given course. I personally took away from this that
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Benham
In this unit a teacher can look at various ways of evaluating students. There three ways to assess students’ language level: tests, tutorials and evaluation by the students. Probably, the teacher wi
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Benton
This unit has given me ideas for various teaching aids. It has highlighted the vast array of teaching aids available and how teaching aids are changing throughout time. Certain electronic teaching aid
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Berea
Some statements in English depend on certain circumstances; therefore, "if" statements or conditionals. Conditionals can be used for a variety of reasons, from scientific facts to present results of i
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Berry
This chapter 19 teaches an idea of how to conduct lessons to the different groups of students. from the beginning until at the actual time of teaching. Idea and techniques for both individual students
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Blackey
As the unit said in the introduction, I have been reviewing the most common and important aspects of English grammar which are very significant when teaching this language. The grammar units of the co
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Blaine
The ESA method (Engage, Study, Activate)reminds me of my college years. In my college years, I had to faced the 5E lesson plan model. The model has five parts: Engage, Explore, Explain, Evaluate, and
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Blandville
Phonology is the emphasis on sounds and their properties that typically have to do with the stress, rhythm, and intonation of a word or phrase. Intonation is typically the variation of volume or pitch
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Bloomfield
It really becomes apparent of the lack of interest in the first video. The students seem just as confused as the instructor, the instructor seemed to even mumbling at times. The second video seemed mu
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Blue Ridge Manor
i was impressed from this unit is that a good teacher who really care about teaching need cares even more about the learning of the students. i thought previously that a good teacher should have a goo
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Bonnieville
This unit discussed teaching students of various English levels and students of different ages. I learned ways to engage younger students and issues that can arise with young learners. It was helpful
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Booneville
In this final unit I have learned some new ideas for dealing with problems that may arise in a new group or a large group or a group with mixed abilities. Breaking things down into clear manageable pi
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Bowling Green
Equipment and teaching tools play huge role in teaching and we as a teachers should not be scared to use it. However, overusing or lack of knowledge about used equipment may bring opposite results. Fo
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Bradfordsville
This chapter reviewed the types of evaluations and testing, and the when different types of test should be given. I am now clear on when placement, progress, diagnostic and practice test should be a
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Brandenburg
This unit breaks down the structure of simple to complex sentences. By focusing on the basic forms of sentences, one is able to decipher what each individual work is and represents in a sentence. I fe
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Bremen
There are four different ways to say things in the past tense. These consist of past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. An affirmative past simple sentence adds "ed"
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Briarwood
This unit is on the teachers and learners. It shows the experiences that may be brought up in a classroom and how a teacher should handle them. This unit explains the many roles of the teacher. The pr
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Brodhead
Conditionals and reported speech are good to learn as it discussed all the important framework to teach in foreign country. The discussion of five conditionals enlighten the learners well to understan
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Broeck Pointe
This unit reflects upon productive skills of speaking and writing, both of which are equally important yet not entirely alike. Writing needs a greater degree of accuracy and speaking requires a greate
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Bromley
A very interesting unit, which committed us to the nuances of training of special groups. The first group, which introduces to us the material of this lesson it is beginners. Their categories, method
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Brooksville
One of the unique things about the English language is the rich variety of verb tenses that a communicator has to choose from. Present perfect is a commonly used verb tense that maybe even some native
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Brownsboro Farm
There are many types of students, and their teachers and instructors need to be able to tailor their classroom and one on one styles to their student's needs. What works for children may not necessar
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Brownsboro Village
From the text about reported speech and the use of conditionals, I found very useful to have a diagram with the changes in time. For us a English teacher it can be easy to more from one time to anoth
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Brownsville
Unit 10 was based on two videos of a teacher teaching a group of Thai students English. The first video portrayed the teacher making a lot of mistakes. For example the teachers attitude towards the st
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Buckhorn
Unit 3 is about different methodologies that are used to teach, particularly ESA which is more common and useful for new teachers. I have learned how to structure the classes in different ways in rega
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Burgin
This unit was very interesting. It's always necessary to know the variety of assessments we can use for evaluating our students. Here I also learnt how to make a difference between every one of them,
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