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Leicester
In class, there are circumstances when teachers have difficulties teaching a lesson. To counter or to refrain from this scenario, a teacher must prepare. He or she must have a technique to make the le
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Lenox
Tenses are indeed quite hard for most of the people in the academe. There is a big difference in saying something in the different tenses of time. Learning the present tenses helped me more on the con
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Leominster
Managing a class is not just something we learn from a course. Actually, it is a skill to be practised. It is something to be learned and to be applied in the real set up. From the classroom structure
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Leverett
Learning the types of past tenses helps me communicate well in writing and speaking. At first, it is quite hard to understand it but once you get to master it, it is really an edge especially in teach
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Lexington
This unit mainly focuses on how to teach a new language. Language is separated into three parts. The grammar assumed to be the main and most important part of the language. The vocabulary and function
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Leyden
This unit covers seven kinds of structure referring to the future. First future simple, continuous, and perfect tenses were explained then other kinds were dealt with in the unit. For intended future
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Lincoln
Videos depict two very different teaching atmosphere. The first video shows what teachers shouldn’t do while instructing their classes. The second one is a good demo lesson which clearly indicates s
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Littleton
This lesson deals with the two branches of the language tree; reading and listening. Teachers should carefully choose their materials based on students' interest. Teaching students different kind of r
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Longmeadow
This unit gives information about two productive skills which are speaking and writing. The first part of the unit explain differences between accuracy activities and fluency activities. We can also l
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Lowell
Having course books is quite an advantage because it helps the teacher to be guided on what lessons should be delivered. But course books should be evaluated by the teacher who is using the book to fa
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Ludlow
Unbelievable i managed a good score?. . this unit before. I hope i can achieve the same , or a similar score? .I forgot thhat it was a 20 questions unit. I am in the right frame of mind to learn what
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Lunenburg
Quick recap, I'm pretty sure I have no problems with this unit. I have a lesson plan that i need to organize and present to the course. I think I'll do well. Damn I'm getting hungry now, think I need
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Lynn
The different uses of Modals help us to communicate with and understand each other. Modals have different functions. These words also give more thoughts to the sentences to make it more understandable
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Lynnfield
Teaching requires creativity and patience - like a lot of them. When you teach, you meet different types of learners. With this, teachers are required to be more creative in ways to teach the diversit
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Malden
As a new teacher, it would be a bit hard. New faces, new attitudes, new challenges. There are a lot of reasons to be nervous in front. But these things are normal and all a new teacher should do is to
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Manchester-by-the-Sea
I learnt that it is important for teachers to not single out students by calling their name before the start of the question. I learnt that a good source of English language spoken by the teacher is n
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Mansfield
I learnt that there is a future simple tense "I will love you forever." Furthermore I learnt that "How long something will have been happening by a future time" is associated with the tense from "This
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Marblehead
I learnt about the ESA of and first phase of Engage, Study, and Activate phase of the lesson plan. A brief class discussion of a trip to the zoo would be suitable for the "Engage" phase of the lesson.
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Marion
In the first lesson the students are not given a clear example of "modal verbs" this keeps them from showing their enthusiasm and leave the lesson confused. In the second lesson the teacher smiles and
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Marlborough
The two receptive skills are "reading" and "listening." When learning receptive skills, both are equally as important. Quickly reading through a scientific report would be an example of "skimming" the
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Marshfield
The acronym "CALL" stands for computer-aided-language-learning. A "radio" is not normally found in the EFL/ESL classroom. Using "capital letters" is not necessary when writing language on the white bo
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Mashpee
This unit is a great introduction to the distinct roles of the teacher and the student. I have learned about how previous learners' experiences (especially older teenage learners and adults) can affec
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Mattapoisett
The first part of the "study" phase of the lesson is to "elicit vocabulary and write it on the board." The second part of the "study" phase is to "practice pronunciation and intonation and write it on
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Maynard
This particular unit was interesting as it provided a few different approaches to teaching a language. It is helpful to have some ideas for games and activities, and to see why the traditional approac
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Medfield
As an English speaker, I was unaware that some languages have less than three tenses, and that some Asian languages have only one! I learned a lot in this unit about how we as native speakers use the
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Medford
This unit was interesting because I was able to learn some useful techniques in managing a classroom. It was helpful in considering not just the ages of my students, but their home backgrounds and the
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Medway
Although I already have experience in teaching, this unit has reinforced the common problems that my students tend to have with the past tense. I find that the use of the auxiliary verbs (do/did and h
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Melrose
I find vocabulary to be the most difficult part of language learning, as missing just one word can make a sentence or phrase unrecognizable. Students often lose confidence or tell me, when asked why t
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Mendon
I watched more videos for this test. Finally I can't decide correct answers for some nos. And in our mind theory, methods and technique are compound and difficult. But I tried and answered among my b
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Merrimac
This unit was about sentences and sentence structures. I learned the precise grammar terminology of the words used within a sentence. As a native English speaker, these aspects are sometimes learned u
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Methuen
This unit has been the most interesting and eye-opening for me, so far. I learned about different EFL methodologies and techniques and when or where they are most useful in the classroom. I also learn
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Middleborough
In the last certificate course I didn't know and have knowledge about ESA lesson.Now I've already known by video and last answer.In the Engage step the teacher can organize to know,to think,to speak
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Middlefield
This unit talked about how to effectively manage a classroom and what things have to be considered when planning lessons. I did not realize how much a teacher actually had to think about when planning
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Middleton
This unit covered the different kinds of past tenses used in English. Admittedly, I had a bit of a tougher time with differentiating between the different kinds of tenses because I kept getting some o
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Milford
This unit covered what things teachers need to consider when choosing what vocabulary, language grammar structures, and language functions to teach students. These criteria need to be considered so th
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Millbury
This unit differentiated between the future tenses. I had an easier time understanding this unit than I did when learning about past tenses. The unit clearly outlined the nuances of each kind of futur
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Millis
This unit covered the basics and benefits of creating lesson plans for classes. I learned that lesson plans are important to keep record of lessons and can really help teachers in the long run. It hel
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Millville
In this unit, I got to see the differences between an effective and an ineffective class. It was really eye-opening to see the lessons of the last few units to be put into action. Teachers definitely
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Milton
In this unit, I learned about how to teach listening and reading skills - i.e. receptive skills. Teachers have to strike a careful balance when choosing materials so that students are both interested
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Monroe
I learned about techniques and activities that focused on teaching productive or output skills - that is, speaking and writing. The things that I learned in this unit can help me help students communi
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Monson
I learned about how to teach pronunciation and phonology in this unit. This was, by far, the toughest unit for me to understand. As this unit said, phonology is not commonly taught at any level of sch
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Montague
This unit was about what kinds of materials can be used in the classroom and what effects each kind has. As always, teachers have to find a balance between using authentic materials, created materials
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Monterey
This unit was about the kinds of tests and evaluations teachers can use to understand where the student is at with regards to their English education. I learned about when certain kinds of evaluations
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Montgomery
I learned about conditional sentences and reported speech in this unit. I already had a good understanding of conditionals, but I surprisingly had a slightly difficult time wrapping my head around rep
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Mount Washington
This unit outlined the equipment and teaching aids that English language teachers might have available to them. I learned about how each would prove effective in a classroom and when an aid or piece o
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Nahant
I learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice in this unit. Out of the three, I felt that I had the hardest time with phrasal verbs. I particularly had to think carefully about the diff
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Nantucket
This unit focused on how to approach teaching special groups such as individual students, multilingual classes, and business English classes. For each group, teachers have to carefully consider who th
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Natick
This unit was about how to solve common problems that arise in the classroom. Each unit of this course had solutions to problems particular to each subject. As stated in both earlier units and this on
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Needham
In this unit I learned what qualities make a good teacher and the many roles the teacher uses in order to help students learn. I even learned the qualities that make a good learner. I also learned tha
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New Ashford
This unit introduced some information about parts of speech. Some parts of speech such as irregular noun plurals and irregular verbs have no rules as to how they are formed and have to just be memoriz
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