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Drum Point
The two video lessons show first and foremost how a teacher's attitude can influence students' learning. Generally, in the first video, the teacher seemed "in a rush" and the nature of the class seeme
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Dundalk
This unit gave a good overview of the course and also some insight into what the job entails and job prospect. It actually caused me to be more excited to teach this type of English. I've been a paral
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Dunkirk
In unit 16, there is a short introduction to the concept of conditional sentences and a concise breakdown of each different type as well as their construction. It's quite surprising how well we can ma
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Eakles Mill
Unit two covered the topics of teaching and learning in relation to teaching business English. I reviewed the main teacher roles studied within the base TEFL course (Instructor, Mentor, etc), and then
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East Riverdale
Before learning this unit, I called these two skills as input skills, which I have told my students for a long while, finally I knew the professional name, it’s called receptive skills. The more imp
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Eckhart Mines
This unit covers the technical usage and changes of tenses in reported language. It gives some good tips on how to teach what is probably a very challenging area of grammar for non-native speakers th
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Eden
In this unit, we have seen through videos two teaching approaches. In the first video, the teacher did many mistakes. At the beginning, he didn't introduce himself, and he didn't want to know the stu
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Edesville
I have learnt many possible difficulties i may encounter in class and how to deal with them. In first lesson, to approach the group accordingly is very important. Establishing rapport, finding out abo
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Edgemere
Now that I have completed this course I feel more confident in my ability to continue to teach others, however I am also aware that at times difficult situations will arise in either to classroom or d
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Edgemont
A lesson plan should be well organized and create an observable outcome for the students to carry out the lesson plan idea to be measured. Also the lesson plan should have flexibility that will allow
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Edgewater
This unit is about The Future Tenses. This basically means expression of events with future meaning. During my high school, I was told the difference between will &shall is that 'shall' is used to exp
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Edgewood
This unit focuses on why to circulate rapport and to maintain participation among students despite varying levels of ability and interest. It introduces the idea of warmer activities and loopholes fo
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Eldersburg
The first chapter gave a clear distinction between the teachers and students. The teachers must be flexible in their roles to be able to cater the needs of their students. They could performed varie
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Elkridge
Like past and present tenses, the future tense has the four forms of simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. However, the future tenses are a little more complicated as there are three add
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Ellerslie
The unit was a useful overview of English grammar. It helped me to refresh my grammar knowledge. As an English teacher, I think grammar teaching is hard job. Because learners don't enjoy grammar. That
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Ellicott City
I learned that prior assessment is essential to determine what the students know and what they need to know. It’s important to have the class setting established if possible to have students of the
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Elliott
Unit 9 has been most informative and a great source of help for lesson planning.It has provided a guide as to how a lesson plan is to be prepared(reference to page 4).This unit has shown me how lesson
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Ernstville
Lesson planning can be done in many ways, it is certainly true that more experienced don't need to have a complete lesson plan , however they need still some kind of guideline. Lesson plans are there
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Essex
Dvd's in the classroom can help the students very much in learning a new language. Often being able to see and hear some words will add much depth to the learning process for most students. Just talki
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Fairland
Overview of unit 4. Unit 4 goes over present tense. There is present simple tense. Example: I go to work every day. Next goes present continuous tense. Example: I am drawing a picture. Next, there is
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Fairlee
There have been many different methods of teaching English as a foreign language, ranging from natural to nurturing and direct to indirect. The Classic Method has been used since the 1700's and it inv
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Fairmount
Unit 17 covered the topics of common equipment found in a classroom or school and helpful teaching aids. Depending on the school, teachers may have access to one or more types of equipment or teacher
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Fairplay
Vocabulary is very important to the students, especially at the early stages when students are motivated to learn the basic words they need to get by in the language. In this unit I learnt that how e
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Fairview
Unit six simply laid out all the four aspects of Past tense, which are Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, and Past perfect continuous. Along side with these are samples of sentences that p
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Fairwood
This unit was designed to survey various aids in the teacher's tool kit and to demonstrate nuances of purpose between them. I was surprised at the absence of radio as a tool, as it seems a purely aud
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Fallston
In this unit, we have seen the past tenses trough their forms, usages, common mistakes and activate teaching ideas. It is important to know well the usage of each past tenses in order to avoid mistake
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Ferndale
This unit is a survey of how to communicate varieties of past action and how to incorporate any elements of the continuing present. It introduces how to position action in time relative to other past
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Finzel
The brief concepts covered in this unit of work on Teaching Special Groups, has provided an overview of some of the different types of students/classes that I will be exposed to, in addition to those
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Fishing Creek
In my reflection of Unit 1, Ive learned that there are many reasons why students may attend an english class. Some of which include, travel purposes, learning a new language, and living in a new cultu
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Flintstone
This unit provides a valuable guide to using parts of speech in correct sentence formation. English grammar poses many difficulties in forming proper sentences. Although learning grammar is difficult
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Forest Glen
This unit was quite challenging, and I feel as if this unit about lesson planning is very important to grasp and understand. In this unit I learned about the different components of a lesson plan and
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Forestville
This unit is about classroom management, it covers how an EFL teacher can organise, control, and manage the class such that the students will be able to gain confidence. In this unit, I have been able
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Fort Meade
In unit evaluation and testing was covered. I learned that I learned about the different types of evaluation/tests. This unit put some things into perspective, I’ve always intertwined diagnostic and
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Fort Ritchie
The content of this unit is about the teacher's and student's course books, along with the types of lesson materials, such as visual aids and dictionaries, that can be use in the classroom. I learned,
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Fort Washington
This unit focused on managing classes, and the importance of different management styles. Two key terms are teacher and student talk time (TTT and STT), which are both key parts of any lesson. It is v
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Fountainhead-Orchard Hills
In Unit 20 we've looked at some of the most common problems that new teachers can face in the classroom and some suggestions of how to deal with them. Also, we've looked at some games and activities
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Four Corners
I unit 19, I have come to learn about the different groups of English learners. They are beginners, individual students, children, and business students aka 'clients'. These are the basic core of what
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Franklin
Here we learn the importance as well as the theory and how to teach pronunciation as well as phonology. By first understanding why we need to teach this at all, we need to be reminded that it is one o
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Frenchtown-Rumbly
This unit on Teaching Special Groups identified five categories of "Beginner" along with tips for teaching beginners and a list of methodologies, techniques, motivation and possible problems. Then it
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Friendly
First of all, the first advantage is that the course books content with a set of achievement objectives that are clearly set. They express the learner what he or she will be able to do
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Friendship
This unit deals with Classroom management which is the skill of organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline in the classroom. Thus in this unit I ha
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Friendship Heights Village
As with all the units, I feel this unit has its purpose and has given me some additional tools to use when trying to troubleshoot common problems in the class room. I like how the lesson covers a wid
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Fulton
This initial unit of work Teachers and Learners has boosted my awareness of my role as teacher, this is especially true as I came to understand the different language levels of the students that I wil
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Galesville
In this chapter, we have seen the two receptive skills: reading and listening. The reasons and motivates for those receptive skills can be divided to purpose or entertainment. Then, we have learnt tha
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Gambrills
Methods and techniques are very important in teaching a language especially when your students are learning the language as L2. Thus , this unit elaborates on the the teaching theories , methods and t
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Gapland
Teaching practices vary greatly between different groups of students. Perhaps the more significant difference than age is ability level, followed by intended use of the language. Business English clas
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Garretts Mill
When choosing to teach English abroad, the teacher must take into consideration a lot of details not only about the job contract, but the culture in that country too. As for example in Thailand studen
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Garrison
While there is some debate as to whether lesson planning is a good idea, used in the correct manner it can be a good tool for teachers to ensure their classes are as effective as possible. It is parti
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Georgetown
Unit 14 explains the importance of choosing right material and course books for the lesson. Material for lesson can be authentic and created. Authentic material consider to be books, newspapers, songs
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Germantown
this unit has to do with the themes and organization which will be used in the course. firstly we are to look at case studies. this has to do with the teacher bringing up a topic and let the students
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