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Islesboro
The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the receptive skills of listening
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Jackman
In order to successfully learn a English as a second language, there are four fundamental elements required by students at all levels of competency; they need to be exposed to the language, understand
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Jackson
In this lesson there was a clear difference in between the two teachers. The teacher in the first lesson was not on time, condescending to the students and did not instruct the students well and seeme
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Jay
In this unit I have studied about troubleshooting and common problem happens during class, I have learned about new group and existing group, so I know how to teach and engage these students in class,
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Jefferson
Teaching approach will vary depending on the size of the class, whether the students are children or adults, and the linguistic abilities of the individuals in the group. When teaching in a foreign co
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Jonesboro
Unit 15 examines testing as one means of measuring student progress. It also talks about tutorials and peer evaluation as other ways to assess an individual student’s language level. Within the real
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Jonesport
This unit reveals that various language schools use a variety of teaching resources to make the lessons more interesting,effective and understandable to the students.Common resources are boards, proje
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Kenduskeag
This lesson was some of the more difficult rules of grammar, which is why it was put at the end of the course. It is very difficult to understand the difference between transitive and intransitive phr
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Kennebec County
I have been able to know the use of eye contact when to use it and how to use it, and also how to use gesture. i now can manage my class well. I have also learnt how to limit the teacher talking time
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Kennebunk
I think some of the materials in this unit like a cassette player and even OHPs are a little outdated. Maybe I am just used to newer technology since I live in the US, and I will have to use this olde
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Kennebunkport
From this unit, I have learned what is a good teacher and a good learner, and the teachers’ various roles in the class. About the learners, different types are mentioned, and also the difference bet
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Kingfield
Native English speakers learn how to use English organically from childhood and whilst most know how to use the language correctly, few are consciously aware of the rules of grammar and syntax that go
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Kittery
In this unit I learned that there are many different teaching aids available to teachers in classrooms today. For instance, I learned that there are now these interactive white boards (which I myself
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Knox
Unit 20 covered how to approach common problems that may arise in the classroom such as reluctant students, difficulty during listening activities, use of native language, large classes and classes wi
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Knox County
Unit 8 presents introduces The Future Tenses. The future is one of the most complex areas of the English language and many tenses and ideas can be used with it. Unit 8 covers the seven most common ten
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Lagrange
Unit 17 focuses on teaching aids and equipment in the classroom. The unit teaches the different ways a teacher can use equipment to aid in the lesson. I learned about the different resources a teacher
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Lakeville
The receptive skills are listening and reading, because learners do not need to produce language to do these, they receive and understand it. These skills are sometimes known as passive skills. They c
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Lamoine
This unit discusses the most common problem that teachers may experience in the classroom and provides the ways of dealing with them. The first problem situation mentioned in this unit is when teacher
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Lebanon
Here are two videos. Totally the videos are about the same thing, but in the first one the teacher comes and starts the lesson at once, without engaging the students. He starts asking questions and so
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Lee
In this unit, I learned about structuring lessons and effective strategies to keep students involved and interested in the learning material in an engaged way. The central idea of this lesson is emplo
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Leeds
This unit made me flex my grade school muscles remembering all of the lessons on parts of speech. This a general overview of the main parts of speech which are: nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, pro
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Levant
Despite the fact that teachers work on managing their classes they still might encounter different problems concerning students’ motivation, English knowledge levels, class size, listening comprehen
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Lewiston
It is concluded that teachers can use authentic as well as non-authentic materials in the classroom to teach their students.As both type of materials have their own advantages and disadvantages,so tea
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Liberty
In this unit it explains how to use models, phrasal verbs and passive voice in there correct structure. Understanding how to say an obligation or a request for example is the difference between gettin
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Limerick
I have just done a research project for my Master's program through a University and also would agree on this type of teaching approach, but would argue that the communicative approach is primarily wh
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Limestone
I learned about the various usages of modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, the passive and active voice, and clauses in this unit. More importantly, I learned about effective methodologies for teachi
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Limington
Unit 7 summarizes how to choose and teach vocabulary, language structure (or grammar) and language functions. Examples of the Engage, Activate, and Study phases of each area are discussed and suggesti
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Lincoln
This unit covered many of the multimedia resources available for teachers to use to aid effective classroom inspiration, teaching and discussion. I would probably use the sources that are easy to acce
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Lincoln County
About the productive skills, i came to understand that in as much as we want our students to read listen, we equally have to get them speak and write and by using games to encourage them. I came to un
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Lincolnville
This unit is about teaching English to different groups, such as beginners, multilingual students, individual students, and of course teaching kids. All these groups are specific by themselves, and th
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Linneus
It is concluded that speaking and writing as productive skills,play a vital role in learning a language and both are used for communication purpose.However,they are different in many ways,but the two
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Lisbon
I really appreciated the tips and trick to help with many different types of situations in the classroom. Though I will fully admit teaching over 30 students at one time is petrifying, I'm sure I woul
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Litchfield
The unit covers the English tense system, it looks at the structures and useages of the present tense. The strutures are split into affirmative, negative and question. The useage for present simple is
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Littleton
This unit gives examples of the different types of English as a foreign language learners. It explains what are the advantages and disadvantage of teaching beginners, adults, children, individual stud
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Livermore
I have very limited experience with the historical study of theories, methods, and techniques of teaching. Everything in this unity felt very new, though many of the methods of teaching I experienced
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Livermore Falls
The final unit of the course was a good review unit as a troubleshooting lesson should be. This unit had plenty of good tips on when to use activities and teaching techniques that were introduced prev
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Long Island
Unit Six covers past tenses i.e. past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The unit explains the forms, usages, and common mistakes associated with each and also provide
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Lovell
This unit reviewed the differences between authentic and created materials for lesson plans, while also discussing usage of course books and the advantages and disadvantages of using these. Many of th
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Lowell
Unit 19 highlights the importance of teaching different types of groups. Five classifications have been pointed out: beginners, individuals, young learners, Business English and monolingual versus mul
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Lubec
This unit was relatively easy, as I had already acquainted myself with the basics of English grammar for teaching purposes. Nevertheless, I consider it is always useful for me to review the grammar of
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Ludlow
The first video was extremely painful to watch. I was confused as to what was suppose to happen and I speak the language he was attempting to teach. In the second video, even though the students wer
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Lyman
No class is perfect. And teaching a class for the first time will always be tough. But to help make it go smoother there are many good ideas in this unit. The first and most important thing is to star
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Machias
There is a lot of very useful information for teachers in this unit, which is explaining different methodologies and approaches in teaching English, their functioning, advantages and disadvantages. Th
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Machiasport
In unit 19 provide some good valuable information on the do's and don't of ESL as it pertains to business english and different levels of ESL students learning english for the first time. The video wa
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Madawaska
Unit 15 goes through different test. Test done before students start a course or before they get placed in a class, test done throughout the course to check up on their progress and tests done outside
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Madison
Unit 12 is about how to teach productive skills or in other words, writing and speaking. It covers the differences in teaching accuracy and fluency in speech and guidelines for more creative speaking
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Manchester
Unit 10 is video lessons, there were 2 videos to watch to see examples of how the same teacher delivers a class but in 2 totally different ways. The first video showed a negative example of how to tea
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Mapleton
In this lesson I learned that there are many different types of special groups that I may be teaching in the future. Some of these groups I was not actually aware of, although it makes complete sense
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Mariaville
The video lessons reveal that the attitude of the teacher effects the environment in the class and its learners.A teacher must explain clearly the point of lesson going to be discussed,so the students
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Mars Hill
In this unit I have learned various theories and methods of teaching, how and when students should be corrected, how to construct a basic lesson plan i.e. the Engage, Study, Activate method, the Boome
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