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Bradley
This unit provided a clear juxtaposition between good and bad teaching strategies, while showing how the ESA lesson plans can be effective in reality. I have learned what good elicitation can look lik
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Bremen
Before this unit, I do not think that I ever learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. I remember in high school how I always struggled with independent clauses and dependent clause
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Brewer
The unit describes different teaching methodologies. It covers teaching techniques and classroom actvities. the explain the importance of the ESA straight arrow lesson and why it is aimed towards a ne
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Bridgewater
This unit unveil how a classroom should be managed.How to discipline students, classroom arrangement, how to give individual attention to students as well as the advantages and disadvantages of groupi
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Bridgton
Unit 18 covers the grammar topics modal auxiliary verb, passive voice and phrasal verbs. The first topic explains the basic rules of the modal verb. Modal verbs (will, should, would, shall, might, ma
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Bristol
This unit is salient as it explains how different receptive and productive skills are. They are all equally important but a teacher should implement different strategies to teach them. In my opinion,
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Brooklin
This unit talks about classes and the types of classes such as; Teaching beginners,methodology and techniques, problems and motivation. Teaching individual students and activities involved. Teaching c
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Brooks
When defined within an educational setting, assessment, evaluation, and testing are all used to measure how much of the assigned materials students are mastering, how well student are learning the mat
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Brooksville
Unit 20 does not only presents challenging areas in teaching English as a foreign language, but also give ample solutions. It insinuates to teachers that the first lesson in any given class is paramou
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Brownfield
TROUBLESHOOTING UNIT This unit looks at the most common problems situations that the teachers encounter while in a class room and the ways on how to manage or over come those problem and challenges.
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Brownville
A great deal of what was covered in this unit comes across as common sense when thinking about a normal classroom in an English speaking country. The challenge will be in implementing everything in a
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Brunswick
In this unit I have learned about types of classes, tips for teaching beginners, methodology and techniques, possible problems and motivation. I have studied about teaching individual students, suita
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Buckfield
Unit 18 is about modal auxiliary verbs, the difference between active and passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. The unit goes through the usage and rules of the different grammar points.
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Bucksport
This unit reveals that it is very necessary for teachers to evaluate their students' progress time to time.There are many ways to do such a thing.Different language schools conduct different tests and
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Burlington
After this unit, the teaching skills related to listening and reading are presented all. Some of them are pretty theoretical, and the other part is quite practical, such as the activate games which ar
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Burnham
This unit covers the essential basic grammar that is commonly taught in EFL: modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses. Modal auxiliary verbs are verbs that are used bef
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Buxton
My only opinion regarding this unit was the area of phrasal verbs and types. It took sometime and other resources to understand the differences. The content given in the worksheet and study materials
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Byron
Modal auxiliary verbs add meaning to the main verb. They can express obligation, ability, permission, certainty, etc. Some of them are should, can, could, must, have to, among others. They can be taug
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Calais
Firstly, Unit 18 discusses the modal auxiliary verbs, their various usages for different expressions. Because of the different usages and present/future/past tense of each auxiliary, this area could b
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Cambridge
This unit attempts to distill some rather confusing, sometimes rare past tense aspects into simple terms. I feel confident enough to explain the different usages and structures now, but I must admit t
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Camden
In this Unit teaching special groups is covered. There are 5 major categories of special groups, namely; teaching beginners, teaching individual students, teaching young learners, teaching business En
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Canaan
In this unit I learned the different roles of a teacher and which are important for me personally. It helped me to understand how a class should be organized and which aspects I have to consider. This
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Canton
This lesson was very detailed and had a lot of valuable information. I especially want to teach young learners because of the highly rewarding and fun experience that has been mentioned in the course.
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Cape Elizabeth
In the previous unit, I learnt EAS lesson plan, word type, verb tense, and so on. It’s good to know these all. With unit 7,I know how to present the vocabulary and grammar to the student properly. I
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Caratunk
The final unit in the course discusses teaching in the first lesson and problems educators may encounter while teaching. The unit begins with how a teacher might begin and teach the first lesson of a
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Caribou
I learned that teaching young students is really fun and they can learn faster than adults. But teaching adults is more comfortable than the other because some of them are highly motivated. Someday I
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Carmel
Unit 3 discusses various strategies for effective teaching and eventually focuses its content on Jeremy Harmer’s method, referred to as ‘ESA’- Engage, Study, and Activate. This method has demons
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Carrabassett Valley
Teaching English as a Second Language in groups can be extremely challenging, but can be one of the most rewarding experience. The idea of teaching young students may fill some teachers with dread, bu
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Carthage
The choice of teaching materials will often be dictated or at least heavily influenced by the school; many schools will have a syllabus and/or teaching course book that teachers will be expected to fo
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Casco
This unit focused on productive skills: speaking and writing. As writing skills are often ignored in classrooms, this lesson was particularly useful because it forced me to consider how to better inco
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Castine
This unit dealt with the teaching materials needed for classroom teaching. Using prepared materials are a good place to start with, but having authentic materials such as a movie clip or tv commercial
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Castle Hill
The use of teaching equipment is very important to the fact that I have understood the different teaching aids use in the classroom and the advantages and disadvantages of using them. Using different
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Caswell
Both speaking and writing are vital productive language skills although students can often be more concerned with speaking than writing. It is therefore important that teachers devote sufficient class
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Chapman
Throughout this unit, the various tenses to express the future have been introduced thoroughly. But this is a lot of information even though I have a good knowledge of the tenses grammar, not mention
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Charleston
Teaching English as a foreign language is a challenging, yet rewarding career choice. As an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher, you must learn to constantly adapt to your students' needs. Many
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Charlotte
Equipment and teaching aids are very helpful for teachers to make the lesson more attractive and interesting for the students. From teaching new vocabulary and grammar to practicing language that stud
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Chebeague Island
Unit two is all about grammar and it covers nouns, pronouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, and prepositions. It makes note of the difficulties of grammar for English learners from man
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Chelsea
This unit is about classroom management. It is the skill of organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. One of the main points for doing this is t
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Cherryfield
In the last unit of the course, we were introduced to dealing with students that are on different levels and dealing with a large class. We looked at a few warmers and what we can do to establish rapp
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Chester
Unit 18 was about active/passive voice, modals and phrasal verbs. My main take away from this unit is that students learning english may have difficulty with modal auxiliary verbs. These difficulties
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Chesterville
A Lesson Plan should be thought of as working document which provides a flexible, adaptable framework for the lesson rather than a rigid "script" or fixed schedule. Each teacher will develop their own
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China
This unit is called equipment and teaching aids. The unit describes 15 different teaching aids available to teachers and the advantages and disadvantages to each aid. The descriptions help explain the
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Clifton
Firstly, your videos hardly work on Ipad with low sound quality and tiny screen. Nevertheless, these videos were quite interesting, I even found some of mine mistakes in the first video, so I’ll kee
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Clinton
In my stance,the relationship between a teacher and a student plays a vital role in the education system.A good teacher ,apart from having proficiency in his/her subject,should be polite,motivated and
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Columbia
This unit is about present tenses. What's the difference between the Present Simple / Present Continuous and how to use them. We use the present simple tense when we want to talk about fixed habits or
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Columbia Falls
In this unit, I've learnt about authentic materias, course book, and created material. How they are used, the advantages and disadvantages of using them, why teachers should not only use course books
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Cooper
Unit 18 is the last in the course to cover English grammar, however, it emphasizes there are further areas for study. The unit continues to examine modal auxiliary verbs, passive versus active voice,
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Corinna
Unit 20 is appropriately titled “Troubleshooting” and examines common problems that may present themselves in the classroom setting. Topics focused on include first lessons, warmer exercises, vary
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Corinth
Unit 7 covers English vocabulary, grammar and functions. I learnt most lessons will introduce or focus on only one of these at a time. Following on from ESA methods learnt about in Unit 3 of this cour
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Cornish
Unit 16 covers the different types of conditionals: zero, first, second, third and mixed. It also covers common mistakes made when learning these conditionals and provides example exercises to help st
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