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Abbot
This unit is conditionals and reported speech. It looks at the grammar and at the different forms of conditional sentences and how to teach them in the classroom. They are 4 different conditionals, ze
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Acton
Textbook selecting would be a job which needs a lot of knowledge and techniques. We teachers need to do it based on the students’ situation and what they want to pay more attention to specificly. Mo
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Addison
This unit covered modals, phrasal verbs and the passive versus active voice. I think that this was one of the most complicated units yet as these lessons are extremely specific and refer to a very ni
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Albion
This unit covered English evaluation and testing. The ways used to assess a students language level were outlined and explained. Tests and when it is appropriate to use and give these different tests
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Alexander
This unit reveals that there is a contradiction among theorists whether a lesson should be planned or not,before being delivered to the students.Where lesson planning is very helpful to teachers for k
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Alfred
This unit covered the most popular methodologies that can be used to teach English. I have learnt that not all methods are similar and each method has a particular focus or approach in the way student
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Allagash
This unit is called modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The unit looks closely at the importance of modal verbs, it explains the basic rules and gives teaching ideas. The unit covers passive voic
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Alna
This was an interesting unit to reflect upon. This unit really helps to systematize the different types of students into three broad groups: the adult English learner, the child English learner and th
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Alton
I am glad that these issues were discussed, and that I have some preparation for potential problems that could appear in a class room setting. I hope that I do not have to deal with any of these probl
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Amherst
It seems that there can be problems with large classes because of the varying levels of English. Suggestions are made on how to overcome that by building rapport with the first lesson instead of usin
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Amity
This unit, like the units covering present and past tenses, gave me a new reduced perspective on the intricacies and complexities of English grammar. I learned that there are 7 tenses that can be used
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Andover
This unit helps cement the idea that teachers need to change their style, structure and the way they plan a class based on the students needs and background. For younger learners it is important to be
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Androscoggin County
I really liked this unit, because it gave some information about teaching English for Business. I gained some new knowledge and it answered some of my questions about Business English. It definitely a
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Anson
Teaching big classes, especially in Asia, is a very common thing nowadays. But sometimes no matter how good your English skills are, you have to deal with a large number of students. And this is the t
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Appleton
Native english speakers are often unaware of features of speech such as the stress, rhythm and intonation which, together, form integral components of pronunciation. As such it can be difficult, initi
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Aroostook County
This unit is short unit, probably the shortest in this course to date. It offers guidance as to what to do on the first lessons such as establishing rapport between students, and with the students you
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Arrowsic
In this unit, I learned the different forms, usages, common mistakes the students would make and the teaching ideas that may help in the class. Honestly speaking of the grammar part, it’s quite easy
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Arundel
Unit 19 was about teaching special groups including varying levels of beginners, individual students, business english/ESP as well as monolingual and multilingual classes. I have learned that there ar
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Ashland
Basically I have never treated the teaching aids as an important part of the presentation and the whole class. Of course naturally it’s involved in the teaching process, but arouses my attention aft
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Athens
In this unit I learnt the main types of ESA methodology. We can divide it into 3 stages: Engage, Study, Activity. The main purpose of the Engage stage is to get students think and talk in English. We
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Atkinson
The final unit of this course went over some common troubleshooting issues within the classroom. These issues are things that will likely come up when teaching a class, especially younger students. La
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Auburn
This unit presents some basic information teachers should know about vocabulary teaching, grammatical structures teaching and language functions teaching. It includes the content students need to know
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Augusta
This unit focuses on vocabulary, grammer and functions. It helps the teacher to deliver new vocabulary and/or grammer in the lesson.The unit provides suitable activities for each phase(Engage, Study a
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Aurora
In English past, present and future tenses each have four parts; simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous, producing 12 fundamental tense combinations in all, which can be rather intimidatin
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Avon
Future tenses were discussed in this unit. There are seven ways to expess future in English. However, only three of them are the most frequent : present contunious, future simple and be going to. Each
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Baileyville
This unit focused on receptive skills: reading and listening. The lesson covered basic information, such as the specialist skills needed for reading and listening effectively (e.g. skimming, predictin
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Baldwin
In this unit we looked at some of the most common problems that we can encounter in the classroom and of course some suggestions to deal with it. We learnt how to work in first lessons, with new and
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Bancroft
Unit 17 is pretty straight forward in that it covers classroom equipment and teaching aids that can facilitate the learning environment. Many of these are not new nor is it the first time in this cour
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Bangor
This unit is of great importance. Past tenses are an eccential part of English language and we must know how to use them correctly. Also, it’s very important for a teacher to know the differences be
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Bar Harbor
This lesson is about the different types of specialized English learners we will face as teachers. The lesson gives a detailed description of each type of special learner and how to go about teaching
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Bath
Teaching of special groups the unit explains the importance of being able to show and express the skills needed/required to put together a well structured and balanced lesson plan. Not just aiming the
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Beals
The unit looks at the present tense of English language and its 4 aspects: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. For each aspect there is an explanation of grammatical structure in affir
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Beaver Cove
That unit concerns troubleshooting quite widely describes the main problems of the new course,groups or lessons. The part about common problem situation taught me to understand and to predict the prob
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Beddington
Unit five is mainly focused on classroom management. It is classified and broken down into 4 main points. The first point is the physical abilities that can be used by the instructor such as voice, ge
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Belfast
In this lesson I learned about how to troubleshoot potential common problems in the classroom.These include students using their own native tongue, students who do not want to learn, students who have
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Belgrade
The Future Tense is one of the mock complex tenses to master with many very subtle distinctions in usage. in addition to the simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous forms that are part of
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Belmont
This unit has shown me possible "do's" and "dont's" when teaching different age groups of learners. There are different methods for teaching such as one on one lessons as well as multilingual lessons.
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Benton
This unit provided very useful tips regarding planning of new lessons. I have learnt new techniques that will help me deal with different situations which i will likely face as a new TEFL teacher. Thi
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Berwick
Unit 19 focuses on teaching specific types of student groups, covering beginner classes, classes with only one individual, ESP classes, as well as monolingual and multilingual classes. It’s delves i
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Bethel
I learned about how confusing pronunciation and phonetics can be for a native speaker, let alone a foreign language student. When I have taught pronunciation in the past, I have often used tongue twis
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Biddeford
This unit reviews basic grammar and sentence structure of the English language. It provides definitions, rules, exceptions, examples, and the promise of a more detailed analysis of some of the concept
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Bingham
The zero conditional is used for when the time being referred to is now or always and the situation is real and possible. The zero conditional is often used to refer to general truths. The tense in bo
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Blaine
In this lesson I learned the value of the classroom management, arrangement. The way the room is set up contributes to putting the students at ease and helps them interact with one another. Using faci
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Blue Hill
This unit is very helpful in a sense that we need to consider the relationship of the teacher and student in order to have harmonious and effective teaching environment. For example, some students wou
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Boothbay
Unit 20 focuses on many issues that may arise in the classroom and how to handle them. The potential problems covered are first lessons, warmers, different language levels, large classrooms, use of na
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Boothbay Harbor
In this unit, I learned that there are intonation and stress in sentence, which express many different meaning,emotions,feelings. This lesson also explain the detail of 5 types of stress on syllables,
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Bowdoin
In this unit I have learned some tips regarding teaching special groups such as beginners, individual students, young learners, Business English, English for Specific Purposes and monolingual or multi
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Bowdoinham
In contrast with the previous unit on teaching phonetics, this was a straightforward unit for me. Having worked with a syllabus and materials that I am both obliged to follow and that I perceive to be
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Bowerbank
This unit followed on from the last and covered the productive skills of speaking and writing. While studying for this unit, I learned that writing is often a neglected skill and more classroom time s
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Bradford
Unit 14 discusses the controversy around course books designed for teaching and the love/hate relationship of teachers to their respective books. It also delves into the reality that some schools and
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