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Hornbeck
This unit is about how to teach vocabulary, grammar structures and functions. It focuses on what students need to know, and what would be the best way to create lessons using the ESA approach. It also
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Hosston
This unit talks about teaching equipment, i learnt the importance of the board, it's uses, when to use it and it draws and its basic principles and the fact that it holds the attention of the Students
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Houma
when teaching vocabulary its important to keep in mind that the level of difficulty will depend on essentially on the following factors: spelling, pronunciation, similarity to the english word student
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Ida
This unit started with enlistment of the commonly used tenses.Giving a wider space for the future tenses, it was useful for each tense to tell its structure, usage and typical student errors and ideas
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Independence
This Unit is so helpful it helped me understand the choices, advantages and disavantages of each equipement. I discovered the IWB which looks quiet fascinating. Can't wait to test one one of these day
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Inniswold
Evaluation and Testing This one is an excellent unit, because gives very important and valuable information about the evaluation and testing processes and the possibilities of tests and tools to be us
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Iota
Unit seven is about teaching the three aspects of language: grammar, vocabulary and language functions. thus, the unit is very paramount as it summarizes the techniques that a teacher may use so as to
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Iowa
It is always interesting to note how seemingly complex things that come naturally to native speakers of English can be. To better instruct students, one must think about how they speak in ways they ha
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Jackson
In this unit, I learnt about the productive language skills which are the writing and speaking. We help our students to gain accuracy and fluency as well. At lesson time we focus on each skill at a ti
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Jamestown
Evaluation and testing in language schools can be: placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests, practice tests. Placement tests are designed to place student into a correct class. Progress tests
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Jean Lafitte
I gained a lot of knowledge about Future Tenses. It’s very interesting that we are learning all types of future tenses, that we don’t use all of them in real life, perhaps we were using them witho
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Jeanerette
Unit 17 provides an overview of useful teaching aids and resources which can be used in the classroom as well as in the preparation of the lesson. From a variety of teaching aids such as the use of
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Jefferson
In this unit I learned about teaching phonetics. The alphabet is something I've seen before but did not know the alphabet, I can see how this would be useful for teaching students how to pronounce wor
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Jena
I learned the details of abstract, adjectives, the superlative of adjectives. Also I learned about the zero article.it is amazing that i learned about transitive and intransitive verbs in detail. I le
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Jennings
I learned that in order to motivate and bring out the best in the student, we have to build a positive environment. The educator needs to be kind and patient when the student makes mistakes. We need t
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Jonesboro
When faced with a first lesson the experienced teacher will not resort to the course book but will try to use activities that will achieve the following, establish rapport between the students in the
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Jonesville
Building a strong lesson plan requires proper structure and framework. By working with the model of Engage, Study, and Activate you can build a proper lesson plan. Engaging the students gives immedi
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Jordan Hill
This unit was certainly very thought-provoking for me. For question #20. If I had spoken to Jack earlier in the day, I would most likely use the first response. If I had called Jack at home while he w
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Joyce
As I am getting to the end of this TEFL course, I feel that I will probably need to have another look at all the contents I kept in my computer. It is probably a common and understandable feeling of s
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Junction City
Conditionals are sentences containing if which refer to the past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, the 'if' clause and the main clause, and either can come in the first part of
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Kaplan
Lessons plans are crucial for any teacher to be successful. The teacher must be organized, precise, and flexible when conducting a lesson plan. It is important that a lesson plan is concise but also
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Keachi
Present Tenses, review. It's not really for teachers, right? Nice and simple unit, must be useful for the newcomers. I do like a quantity of examples, it's easy to get through. Typical mistakes are qu
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Kenner
As with present tense verbs, it is important for the teacher to be able to explain the structure and usage of past tense verbs. The structure is important for students to know so that they can use the
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Kentwood
This Unit was very clear and well explained. A lot of information to remember and put in practice. I need to order exercice and teaching books. I get a bit impatient, since I can't put into practice
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Kilbourne
The main grammatical and teaching aspects of Conditionals and Reported speech are covered in this unit. In addition to forms and usages of different types of Conditionals, there are many excellent ide
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Killian
I'm not sure if this needed to be a Unit by itself, given most of it had be touched on in previous units. Perhaps the web resources could have been shared in a "Resources" document. In general I learn
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Killona
In this unit we were taught about the best ways to approach new language, and different methods in how students are taught. One of the main things I took away from this unit, was in the very first sec
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Kinder
In each teaching position, teachers encounter two different classes: New groups: the students in this group don’ know each other and may not be familiar with the EFL methodology. Existing groups: st
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Kraemer
As native speakers, there are many parts to grammar that we use in everyday communication without thinking much about them or even being able to explain the rules or purposes behind them. Active and p
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Krotz Springs
This unit has given me the ability to articulate and explain grammar that I already use daily because English is my native language. Before this course, I had some very basic memory from elementary/h
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Labadieville
This course unit focused on what makes a good teacher, what makes a good student, and how to define the levels of proficiency that students display based upon their experience with the English languag
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Lacassine
To teach English teacher first of all has to understand what do students require, how old are students and what is their level. Also it is important to evaluate the number of students in a class. For
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Lacombe
This unit is about the testing options for English students. Some testing is done to determine what class would be most appropriate while other tests clarify what specific areas of English need to be
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Lafayette
This unit covered all the different types of teaching equipment, their advantages, disadvantages and ideas of how to use them. In my opinion, the most useful part of the unit was the section that list
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Lafitte
I liked all the different resources presented to aid the teacher in finding and planning their material for the class. Most of my college classes had a overhead projector so we could compare our answe
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Lafourche Crossing
Modal Auxiliary verbs Basic rules The modals are: Can, could, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn’t, and ought to. It can be use to express: • Obligat
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Lake Arthur
This lesson was very insightful in that it has given specifics about teaching different groups of people. It's easy to think that you will be teaching one way for all classes but that is not the case.
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Lake Charles
It's a little intimidating to think about all of the different teaching situations one can find their self in. I always thought that one teaching way would work in general for all categories. Of cou
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Lake Providence
The unit three lesson has been great! The unit has many practical techniques that I can use in class such as alphabet relay, sevens, word linking, anagrams, information search, and more. Anytime I am
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Lakeshore
Troubleshooting allows the teacher to address problems that are coming up in the class. An attentive teacher sees problems arising early on and makes a plan to correct it before it becomes a major iss
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Lakeview
Past tenses are very commonly used in English, especially past simple and past continuous. But many students would be easily confused with past perfect and past perfect continuous. From this unit, we
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Laplace
Modal verbs are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. Modals can be used to express a number of different ideas, such as obligation, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition,
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Larose
Unit 18 presents a general review about modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. As stated in its introduction, unit 18 is the last unit to review English grammar, whi
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Lawtell
These videos clearly show the impact a teacher has on student learning. When a teacher makes the effort to be prepared and create a positive learning environment through both verbal and nonverbal comm
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Lecompte
This was a very concise and informative unit; from my experience as an English student, I remember being concerned about these evaluations and what each of them would be more appropriate for in the
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Leesville
Pronunciation can be a difficult thing both for teachers and students. For students it can be challenging because there is much subtlety in producing correct pronunciation, intonation and stress. Thos
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Lemannville
rapport with the students is very important, because the students will put their trust in you, regarding of learning what they believe that they can get it from the teacher. students will have their
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Leonville
This unit provided teachers with a ton of resources for teaching English in the classroom! There is a wide variety of options available to fit the budget and needs of any particular class. Technology
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Lillie
One of my biggest goals as an educator is to compile as many resources as I possibly can. I find that having a wealth of authentic teaching tools can only prepare me more for any situation that might
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Lisbon
In this unit, I learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. I learned that modal auxiliary verbs express a lot of different ideas such as obligation, ability, and advice. For example,
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