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Abington
Unit 11 is about the first part of important basic skills in English language as well as in any language which is receptive skills. Under this receptive skills we have reading and listening. In this I
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Acton
This unit is about the second part of important basic skills in English language as well as in any language which is productive skills. Under this productive skills we have speaking and reading, in ad
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Acushnet
Unit 13 is based on Pronunciation under which we have Stress, Rhythm and Intonation. Pronunciation is another important aspect of English language, this unit explains how an EFL teacher will be able t
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Adams
This unit is about books and materials needed for use as an EFL teacher. According to this unit all materials being use can be classified into 2 groups: authentic materials and created materials. Havi
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Agawam
This unit is about evaluating students. According to the materials, there are 3 major ways to evaluate students: Tutorials, Evaluation by the students and Tests. Among the 3, for a formal evaluation a
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Alford
It was nice to have a review on grammar. I have not studied these items in English for many years. I believe that the best way to learn any language is not by simply memorizing sample sentences, but
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Amesbury
Unit 17 is about teaching equipment. The unit contains Li's of various teaching equipment with description and uses. Some of the equipment listed are: White/black board, Interactive whiteboard, Overhe
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Amherst
This unit is the LST lesson on grammar in this course where we study modal auxiliary verbs passive voice and relative clause. Under the modal auxiliary verbs, various morals was considered each with u
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Andover
Unit 19 is about types of classes. There are different classes discussed in this lesson which include: Teaching beginners, Teaching individual students, Teaching children, Business English and The mon
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Aquinnah
This unit is about common problem situations, here some potential problems are discussed with possible solution(s) to each of them. Few among the problems discussed include: First lesson, different le
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Arlington
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
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Ashburnham
The interesting thing about grammar is that it is an explanation of language structure not so intuitively grasped as is natural language acquisition. In other words, we don't principally or naturally
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Ashby
The TEFL approach combines aspects of multiple methodologies, but is aimed at maximizing the the use of language by students. Additionally, elicitation, or prompting the student to volunteer as much k
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Ashfield
The four present tense forms for verbs include: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Each of these tense has it's own structure and can convey a variety
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Ashland
There are a number of factors to consider when configuring, organizing, and managing a classroom. Ultimately, one must attempt to build a most conducive learning atmosphere given certain constraints o
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Athol
I think tenses will be more difficult to teach, since they have to do with pretty nuanced meaning in time, especially because not all verbs (or verbs in combination with certain phrases or usage) lend
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Attleboro
This unit covers basic concepts regarding teacher and student roles in the learning of English. The topics covered consist of traits that make a good teacher including personality and the relationship
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Auburn
This unit covered an introduction to grammar relating to parts of speech. Nouns, their use, the main types and plurals were covered. Countable and non countable nouns were also explained. Adjectives a
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Avon
Unit 3 first discussed the methodologies for English teaching, including; grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, presentation practice and production, task-based learning, communicative language teach
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Ayer
This unit discussed the tense system, including; form, usages, typical student errors, and activate stage teaching ideas. Present simple was the first tense covered. The affirmative, negative, questio
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Barnstable
Unit 5 is all about classroom management. A brief introduction is provided, followed by discussion of eye contact, gesture and the voice. How eye contact can be used in the classroom is explained, as
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Barre
Unit 6 covers past tenses. The past simple form was explained, as well as the regular verbs and irregular verbs. Examples of base form and past simple for irregular verbs were listed. The usages of pa
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Becket
Unit 7 covers teaching new language, including; vocabulary, grammar and functions. Teaching vocabulary explains how to select vocabulary and the factors to consider, what students need to know about a
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Bedford
Unit 8 covers future tenses. The future simple form is covered first, including; affirmative, negative, question, negative question and contractions. Its usages include; future facts and certainties,
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Belchertown
Unit 9 focused on lesson planning. It began with a debate over whether we should plan lessons and explained lesson planning as: an aid to planning, a working document and a record. Then it was explain
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Bellingham
Unit 10 covered video lessons. We were given two video lesson examples of an English language class with the same teacher and same students. In both lessons we saw practical application of much of the
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Belmont
Unit 11 covers teaching receptive skills. The four basic skills in language include receptive skills (reading and listening) and productive skills (speaking and writing). These are explained. The reas
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Berkley
Unit 12 focuses on teaching productive skills (speaking and writing). It explains the reasons for communicating with others. The differences between accuracy and fluency activities and the importance
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Berlin
Unit 13 was all about teaching pronunciation and phonology. It started off by explaining pronunciation then gave a definition of phonology. Intonation was then explained, including the normal patterns
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Bernardston
Unit 14 covers course books and lesson materials. Firstly, authentic materials are discussed. These include anything a native speaker would hear or read in their daily lives. Created materials are the
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Beverly
Unit 15 covers evaluation and testing. It discusses tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Internal tests for language schools/classes include placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tes
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Billerica
Unit 16 was all about conditionals and reported speech. The zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional were all discussed. Teaching ideas included
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Blackstone
Unit 17 covers equipment and teaching aids. These include; the board, interactive whiteboards, overhead projectors, visual aids, worksheets and work cards, cassette recorders, CD players, video and DV
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Blandford
Unit 18 covered modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs were discussed, including their basic rules, and teaching ideas. Passive voice form, usage, typical student errors/mistak
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Bolton
Unit 19 focuses on teaching special groups. The types of classes include; teaching beginners, teaching individual students, teaching children, business English/English for specific purpose (ESP), and
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Boston
I was able to learn more about the different ways of effective equipment and teaching aids that are useful while teaching in the classroom. I knew about all of these materials beforehand but I was abl
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Bourne
In this unit, it totally gives us a portrait of a good teacher. How will you become an effective teacher to your students, how can you combine a lot of different roles, different characteristics to be
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Boxborough
This was a great unit for how to run a classroom and learning about the problems or difficulties that may arise throughout out the year. I liked learning about the problems with listening texts becau
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Boxford
In Unit 3, we were learning about abundant different methodologies of teaching language. Especially, lower-level-students who easily get bored and aren't inspired for learning a new language, graduall
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Boylston
This Unit is talking about The present tense: Present simple, Present simple continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous. They are one of the Tenses in English Grammar Tense system. It's
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Braintree
In this Unit, we were learning about how to control a class as a delicate and intelligent teacher. Applying those disciplines will help you maximize the effectiveness of your lessons. You, a teacher l
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Brewster
In this Unit, you are taught Past tense. Since I was 15, I already learned about this. And I have no idea why English is so complicated about tense. In some non-English countries, they can speak, list
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Bridgewater
In this Unit, we have been learning how to apply ESA methods to new language teaching. With lessons focus on grammar or vocabulary, using Straight Arrow ESA is a suitable structure. But at function-ba
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Brimfield
While I have never studied the phonetic system before, the benefit in assisting students to be understood when speaking English is obvious. Pronunciation matters because although English is not referr
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Brockton
Teaching is carried out in limited time, to keep lesson target be reached smoothly, teachers need a lesson plan. The lesson plan is not only help systemized what teacher need to say, to do in front of
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Brookfield
These videos were a good sample of how the class looks like. With 2 styles of teaching in 2 videos bring to you a competition between good and not good teacher. And how different students's response e
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Brookline
In this lesson, it details more of skills, the first is reading and listening skill. Reading skill helps students build vocabulary, to practice pronunciation, and understanding content of texts. Liste
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Buckland
This lesson focuses on activities to improve Speaking and Writing skills of students. Those skills are more difficult than Reading and Listening skills for most of students. Teachers will be the perso
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Burlington
This unit is a super complicated theory. The only way to remember and understand is practice, practice, and practice. Especially is Articulation. Every different county people has a different habit of
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Cambridge
This unit has made me aware of the many teaching aides available to enhance lessons. The large number of resouces listed will be helpful throughout my teaching career. The unit has also provided some
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