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It is interesting to see how the language I grew up with and use with such ease can quickly become extremely complex when broken down into parts.
There is certainly a lot of room to mix up tenses whe
In unit 1 we learn about the different roles you might have to take as an English teacher, including "controller", "manager", "prompter" and "model". The unit also incudes an overview of the typical l
A well set out module . I was fortunate to go to and teach in schools that have access to many of the devices that this module spoke about. I think it is important that teachers don't rely too much on
The unit is bout the future forms.
Form: WILL + infinitive (without "to") for all persons (will do; will look).also: I/we shall;he/she/it/you/they will.
The verb "will" does not express a preplanned a
I learned about effective classroom management strategies. These range from things I'm very comfortable with (voice projection and clarity) to things I'm alright with (eye contact, increasing student
In this lesson, I learned the usage of white board, interactive whiteboard, overhead projector, visual aid, etc. The basic principles are needed to be followed, and the disadvantage part needed to be
Unit 9 discusses the balance between a more rigid teacher-forward versus a more flexible student-guided lesson plan and the importance of a structured lesson design for new teachers. Constructing a le
Unit 10 involved watching two videos of an English lesson being taught. In the first video I noticed a number of errors from the teacher, it appeared the class was not fully involved and didn't have a
The unit described a myriad of roles a good teacher plays in the classroom, however it is impossible to embody all roles at once, and some roles, for example those of Participant and Facilitator could
In this unit, we covered the present simple and its different types, usages, and forms. First, we started with the present simple and learned the negative form, affirmative form, question form. Then w
The focus of this unit was troubleshooting. I am very grateful that this lesson is included in the TEFL course as one of my biggest concerns is a "What now?" situation where I am facing a difficult s
In my opinion, modal verbs are important to keep a clear idea of what you want to say, inform, give an order or make a request in a friendly manner. It is important to know in what situation can be us
TEACHING SPECIAL GROUPS UNIT
This unit gives as the classifications of the special groups which include, Beginners, Individual (one to one), Young Learners, Business English, Monolingual and Multilin
MODALS,PHRASAL VERBS AND PASSIVE VOICE UNIT
This unit covers Phrasal verbs, Passive and Relative clause.
It Teaches us how to define them, usage and ideas on how the teachers can present them to the
In this unit, I learned different techniques for teaching different kinds of students. I learned about the challenges that come with teaching students that are beginners, and the different kinds of be
This has been an interesting unit as I have been having an internal debate with myself over the question of how to select and use materials for teaching receptive skills, like reading and listening. O
In this unit, I learnt how to write a lesson plan in every detail. And in the unit 9 pdf document, there are examples of lesson plan. This make the lesson plan a lot easier.
I also learnt tha
This unit has been quite interesting. Having worked at a number of public schools it was interesting to review a systematic list of different techniques that can be used to help maintain discipline in
I have learnt from this unit that grammar is the most basic and an essential part to learn a language properly.English has its own grammatical range and structure.Where,the basic sentence is the simpl
This unit focuses on the problem areas while planning a lesson, where definitely first lessons are bit difficult to plan , but teaching existing groups are an added advantage here. Coursebooks should
I never thought about my own language being broken down into simple categories of Reading/Listening and Writing/Speaking.
I wish the ESA method was used when I was younger and first trying to learn
Teaching different groups of students might be a chalenge for each English language teacher.
Teaching beginners could be very enjoyable and rewarding. It requires special skills and psychology. Very
This unit helps list all the different ways and options available to teach students in the classroom. Rather than a typical lecture and students take notes, this unit has many different methods such a
The English language has numerous parts of speech which must be understood in order to be mastered by foreign students. This can be challenging to both teachers and students. Teachers must have a stro
Receptive skills and how to teach those skills was covered in this unit. The unit emphasises the importance of these skills but makes it clear that receptive and productive skills are equally importan
This unit covered details on what makes a good teacher and learner. I think one of the most important things I learned from the lesson was motivation. In my own experience, I have struggled to find mo
This unit mainly focuses on the view that to learn English,an English speaking environment is highly recommended and useful to the learners,where they are able to practice their studied materials.Howe
When I first saw the title of this unit I thought it's about teaching people with special needs, then I realised the topic refers to specific teaching approaches, suitable for various groups like chil
This unit contains information about organising and managing classes, what methods and tools to use to establish rapport with the whole class and individual students (eye-contact, gesture, voice, usin
Future tenses was covered in unit 8, while studying for this unit I learnt that future tenses are one of the most complex areas of English language. There are seven common future tenses and I learnt a
This was a very useful unit. It is true that a number of difficult situations can arise with some groups at one point or another due to large group sizes, students having mixed ability levels of Engli
From this unit,it is emphasised that to learn a new language students must be exposed to it,understand its meaning and construction,as well as be able to practise and produce it through various activi
This unit covers the different types of students a teacher might encounter. There is information on teaching young learners, beginners, business English, and multicultural classes. The chapter gives
This unit discussed different types of evaluations and when they should be used. I found this useful as I have only given progress examinations before and these were not created by me anyway. So I fou
Unit 9 is about lesson planning. The unit gives guidelines of what a lesson plan should include: learner objectives, personal aims, language point, teaching aids, anticipated problems, procedure, phas
From this unit,it is concluded that tenses are the prominent area of the English language,that plays a vital role in proper formation of sentences according to some rules and regulations.There are tot
The unit looks at 2 receptive skills: reading and listening, both of them can be for purpose or for entertaining. Our understanding of the context, when we read or listen, depends on several skills s
Thanks to this unit I have reviewed various differences between future tenses. Although most of them are not widely used in informal speech, it is important to understand diferences between them. This
This unit elaborated upon how to manage that tricky first class. Using it primarily as a time to work up rapport, get to know your student's interests, their needs and desires for ESL, and their langu
While the previous unit examined receptive skills, Unit 12 identifies the importance of productive skills: speaking and writing. Although both are used in very different ways, the end goal of producti
This unit is based on language skills precisely the receptive skill which are reading and listening.It explains the importance and reasons for reading and listening, the various methods as well as th
I have learned about the four different aspects of the present tense, why mistakes may occur when students are trying to use these, and how I can make corrections. As a native English speaker, these t
This unit reflects the identified differences in methodology to teach different types of learners. Firstly, problems usually faced by teachers to teach beginners are discussed along with suggested te
This unit introduced how to teach different classes-beginners and business English learners, young and old, multilingual and monolingual... Since most of my students are adults many of whom are the p
I have prepared many English exams myself and prepare for many for my own students too. But I have never considered what types those exams are. But I do design the different level of difficulty for th
The core principles that i have derived from this unit are the fundamental importance of the attitude of both teacher and learner, and the rapport between the two, to the success of the learning proce
The topic for this unit was equipment and teaching aids in the classroom. This unit gave an overview of different teaching aids and explanations of the advantages and disadvantages of use in the class
This section was valuable as it taught the steps in order to create a good lesson for eliciting verbal and spelling among the students. This is probably the hardest part of language learning, so makin
Unit 9 introduces Lesson Planning: its value and its limits. The writing of lesson plans has a number of important functions such as an aid to planning, use as a working document, and as a record of m
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This lesson I have learned how to teach young learners, individual students, and business English. My field is to teach children who are struggling with using English. Many ELL learners are only expos
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