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Tyngsborough
Use of teaching aids helps to make a lesson more effective and interesting. Following are some of the resources that can be used in the classrooms and study center's : White or black board Interactive
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Tyringham
Modal Auxillary verbs :The 'modals'are can,could,may,white,shall,should,will,would,must,haveto,have got to,need to,need'nt,and ought to.They are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb
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Upton
The first unit is giving a general overview regarding teachers' and students' responsibilities, reactions during the lesson and process of learning. It includes: description of a good teacher and a go
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Uxbridge
Teaching special groups includes : the absolute beginner,the false beginner,the adult beginner,the young beginner,the beginner with roman alphabet.The term beginner falls into two or three categories.
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Wakefield
This Unit was one of the most useful in terms of planning lesson, because it pointed all main EFL's methodologies with brief description and also some general conclusions how the students should be ap
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Wales
This unit was useful because It allowed me to kind of screen my basic grammatical knowledge. I was screening what do I know about all present tenses, especially when it comes to 'usages'. I really lik
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Walpole
In this Unit Authors focued on the classroom management. It shows how body language and gesture can influence the students' behaviour and by that maintaining (or not) discipline during the lesson. The
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Waltham
Teaching mixed ability groups will require some extra help. Teaching new group will require some work to establish rapport between the students. Students maybe un-familiar with the EFL methodology. In
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Ware
THIS UNIT IS ABOUT THE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT FOR THE BOTH THE TEACHER AND LEARNER I LEARNT THAT FOR A TEACHER TO BE VERY GOOD YOU MUST NOT BE AN EXTROVERT TO BE A GOOD CLASSROOM TEACHER SOME GOOD TEACE
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Wareham
The main thing I took away from this unit was the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs. This is not something I had ever learned before, but I now understand the difference between ver
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Warren
THIS UNIT IS ABOUT TWO VIDEO LESSON SHOWING THE ESA DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE TEACHER WHO IN THE FIRST VIDEO STARTED THE CLASS WITHOUT INTRODUCTION THAT WAY MAKING THE STUDENTS FEELING UNCOMFORTABLE AND A
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Warwick
In this unit I learned the distinctions between the different forms of present tense. For the most part I already knew these tenses, so the most helpful part of this unit was the ideas for activities
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Washington
This unit gave me ideas about how to arrange a classroom both physically and in terms of activities. Physical arrangements have an important effect on how the students feel in relation to each other a
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Watertown
This unit focuses on teaching pronunciation and phonology of English; different aspects that an EFL teacher needs to know such as intonation, stress and its placement in words and sentences, as well a
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Wayland
This unit described different approaches to teaching new vocabulary in the various stages of teaching. The engage phase can include activites with pictures, definitions, texts, or discussions. The stu
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Webster
This unit described the various future tenses, including present tenses with future meanings. Because the present tense can be used with future meanings, there are more subtleties when using the futur
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Wellesley
In this unit, I learned the importance of creating lesson plans that are specific but still flexible (not too rigid). I learned how to record learner objectives, general goals for the class, and to an
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Wellfleet
This unit talked about using course books and lesson materials;how to select course books and what to consider in choosing one for students,such as price, availability, methodology,topic, ancillary ma
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Wendell
This unit described the importance of reading and listening skills (receptive skills). Receptive and productive skills are equally important, and it is important to dedicate time to both. I learned th
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Wenham
This unit talked about speaking and writing skills, and highlighted the importance of including both accuracy and fluency activities. Accuracy activites, most similar to the study phase, help students
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West Boylston
This unit was about pronunciation, talking about where put stress in sentences and within words as well as how to pronounce individual sounds and words. I learned a lot in this unit because as a nativ
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West Bridgewater
This lesson was useful for thinking about what types of materials to use in a classroom. As the lession showed, there are advantages and disadvantages to authentic materials, created materials, and co
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West Brookfield
This unit talked about the different types of tests that teachers can use in their classes. It was useful to learn that different types of tests serve different purposes- for placement, determining wh
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West Newbury
This lesson was about the different forms of conditional tense. This was useful because as a native English speaker, this is natural to me, but having names for the different types of conditional tens
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West Springfield
This unit covered the various types of equipment that teachers can use in their classrooms to aid students´learning. It showed the advantages of using projectors, smart boards, whiteboards, video cam
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West Stockbridge
This unit covered some of the more specific grammar rules, including auxiliary verbs and passive voice. The most important thing I leared was how to use phrasal verbs, as this was something I had neve
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West Tisbury
This lesson gave an overview on the specifics of teaching various levels of students. Some of the most important tips were not speaking in the students´ native language even if they are beginners, no
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Westborough
This lesson covered various problems or difficulties that a teacher can encounter in a classroom when teaching English and it explained ways to address these problems. I have always struggled with how
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Westfield
This section has informed me on how to become a good teacher, the different roles they must learn and uphold when teaching a class,and when to apply them, as individual students and classes will diffe
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Westford
This unit expatiated on evaluation and testing in English language teaching; the different ways of testing students progress and language level such as through tutorials, evaluation by students themse
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Westhampton
This unit is talking about the conditional and reported speech grammar which contains IF, it is also divided into five one of which is the Zero conditional which refers to an action that is generally
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Westminster
This unit is about the Equipment and Teaching aid as well as the processs in which a Teacher should use in transferring knowledge to the learner, I learnt most teachers prefers a chalk board rather t
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Weston
This unit is about the Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice .this unit has given me more knowledge on some vital information that will help me in teaching and also assist me in some issues that I w
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Westport
In this lesson we learned about the characteristics of good teachers and students. Teachers must be aware of different roles they might play during a lesson while conducting a variety of activities an
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Westwood
This unit is about the Teaching of special group which includes the Beginners who are also known as the starters,the individual those who varies from one person to another but mostly the lesson are ca
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Weymouth
In this unit, we learned about the methods used to teach. The teacher needs to determine which method best suits the target language and the students based on various factors. ESA, which has been intr
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Whately
While teaching tenses might be difficult for teachers to teach and for students to learn, it gives students a feeling of joy when they can apply a proper tense while speaking or writing. There is a va
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Whitman
Classroom management must be highly considered as one of the most important components of reaching high level of standards in a classroom. To ensure that you are doing great in managing your class, so
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Wilbraham
This unit is about troubleshooting and we learnt how effective a teacher can be in the classroom as considered the kind of student he or she has and the level of understanding.the techniques normally
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Williamsburg
Knowing the proper past tense and how to use the past tense in a proper way is very important. I think having an understanding that the past simple is used to express completed actions in the past, pa
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Williamstown
The group of English students labeled "young learners" is comprised of students between the ages of five and thirteen. There are six Units in this course on young learners, which focus on a course int
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Wilmington
It's necessary to plan a lesson before a class in order to make sure about the objective of the lesson, how to deal with any possible problems which may arise during the lesson, keeping a record of wh
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Winchendon
In this unit there are 2 videos which display two different lesson plans applied by the teacher. It's clear that the second lesson plan works properly since the teacher's lesson plan perfectly matches
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Winchester
It's obvious that both receptive and productive skills are equally important and they should be equally incorporated in the lesson as much as possible. This unit argues that why reading and listening
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Windsor
In this unit we find much information with regard to productive skills in more detail. These skills might seem to be different, but they are applied for the same goal and to communicate. In addition,
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Winthrop
This unit is concentrated on teaching pronunciation and phonology. In addition to the definition of phonology, it provides much information about intonation and the techniques for teaching it. Also, t
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Woburn
this unit provides information about course books and lesson materials. Course books can be helpful to a great extent along with the materials used by teachers to fulfill the needs of the students. Ho
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Worcester
There are four main groups of learning behaviors and theories: constructivists, which believe that we interact with our environment and construct our own framework and settings, maturationists, which
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Worthington
In this unit, we are provided with the information about different types of conditional sentences and reported speech. In addition to their structures, we can find examples, teaching ideas and the act
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Wrentham
Level testing at the beginning of a course shows their ability to use the language. The test typically progresses from easy to hard. The common levels of learners are as follows: Starter, Elementary,
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