TEFL Online in Michigan - Teacher English Jobs

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Pontiac
The first unit of this course has focused the attention on teachers and students, listing the main characteristics that usually defines respectively a “good” teacher and a “good” learner as we
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Port Austin
This unit is based on pronunciation and phonology.i have learnt that phonology is crucial to both teaches and students. However the importance of studying phonology is to help teachers to have better
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Port Hope
Class management is very important to keep the students concentrate in their learning session. The class atmosphere is important to make students feel comfortable and discipline in order to maintain o
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Port Huron
A teacher who teaches should have a managing skill too. She must be able to manage the classroom according to its requirement. For the same she can use different methods or things that she should focu
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Port Sanilac
I am glad there was another video to show that there was truly a video made as an example of teaching poorly versus teaching effectively. I think the use of video for this unit was very important to
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Port Sheldon
I found that this unit was well-designed. Seeing two real life examples of a lesson was very helpful and helped me realise how it will be like standing in front of a class and having to manage an enti
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Portage
I think this lesson was an interesting lesson. Although one of the shortest lessons in the curriculum I think it was very beneficial to learn about ways to establish rapport and what not to do on the
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Portland
This unit covered a lot of detail about conditionals and reported speech. It gave information about the different forms and usages for the conditionals, gave some very good teaching ideas, and made us
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Portsmouth
Unit 9 is an important lesson that I plan to look back on during my teaching career. I learnt that although lesson planning is extremely important it is even more important to be flexible. After compl
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Posen
There are many methods of teaching English to learners in all stages of cognitive development. Grammar translation involves the direct equivalents of words, audio lingualism is learning through behavi
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Potterville
This unit explored all four forms of the present tense in detail. As a native speaker, we take our use of tenses for granted. This is a big struggle for non native speakers and we as the teachers need
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Powell
I was quite worried I would not be able to acquire the necessary teaching skills from an online TEFL course. I have learned from A to Z what teaching is all about. Of course, a TEFL online course does
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Powers
The different ways and purposes for the evaluation of students are very important for EFL teachers to know. Whether it is progress tests, diagnostic tests, practice tests or the different kinds of ext
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Prairie Ronde
This unit explained the four present tenses and explored their form and usage. The four tenses are present simple, present perfect, present continuous, and present perfect continuous. For each tense
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Prairieville
The main ways to evaluate students was the focus of this unit. It taught me the value in a placement test, how those tests can help placing students at the right level so they can get the most out of
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Prescott
In this unit, I learnt a lot of things such as the important of lesson plans,the basic principles of lesson plan,what should be included in a lesson plan,how to make lesson plan include the procedure,
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Presque Isle
This unit was undoubtedly one of the most relevant of that course so far. The different techniques introduced here through the ESA pattern gave me a useful insight into the teaching process, and how t
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Prudenville
This unit provided the foundations of classroom management in a way that allows for each teacher can easily choose from the many methods provided to create the best classroom environment based on the
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Pulaski
I have learnt there are various schools of thought on this issue. Some theorists suggest than lesson planning is not a good idea as it creates a more fixed, teacher centred lesson. It is true that too
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Pulawski
While I was learning reported speech years ago,something always seems wrong to me because of my own language.In my opinion explaining this part of english by gesture and saying at the same time could
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Pullman
Unit 17 covered the equipment and teaching aids that an ESL teacher might employ in the classroom. First, various types of presentation equipment were discussed - whiteboards, interactive whiteboards,
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Putnam
This unit on equipment and teaching aids is a great resource for supplemental material, especially for a new teacher. This is where the teacher can really choose the type of material that they will be
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Quincy
Unit 6 gives a brief review of Past Tenses and consist of four sections (accordingly each of four past tenses in English). Besides forms and usages of tenses each section of the course unit has inform
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Quinnesec
This unit has provided me with an insight of how to best manage and organize my future classes. By learning the different teaching theories, methods, and techniques I feel as though there are so many
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Raber
The purpose of this unit was to provide an overview of classroom management. I found this unit to be very practical - some of the content may seem obvious at face-value, but the lesson did a great job
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Raisin
Unit 15 covered evaluating and testing and why they are important. There are 3 different ways you can assess a student’s language level, tutorials, evaluation by the student and test. Using tests,
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Raisinville
Unit1 describes two important participants of any lesson - teachers and learners. This Unit include teacher's different roles throughout the lesson. For a teacher it is very important to recognize tho
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Ralph
The unit talks about productive skills which include Speaking and Writing skills. Factors to be considered when trying to teach speaking skills of English language to learner students was addressed an
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Ramsay
Listening and reading is equally important. One can read in different ways, such as: skimming, scanning, predictive reading and reading in detail. One can read and listen for two purposes: entertainme
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Ransom
This unit covers the Past Tenses, its structure and system which is not too different from that of the present tenses. Past Tenses relate to past time periods. There are several fixed rules like all p
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Rapid City
Wow. I will have done really well or really bad on this unit. I feel like this could have been taught or explained in a number of different ways to make a little bit easier to understand. I probabl
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Rapid River
This unit mainly discussed about the advantages and disadvantages of the course books and lesson materials. It explained the two groups of lesson materials; the authentic materials and created materia
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Ravenna
This unit educates on the tense system, particularly present tenses which are present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous with their forms (affirmative,negative
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Ray
In this unit, we covered the distinctions that should be made when teaching different classes, such as a group verse an individual, and some extra points to consider when teaching an individual class.
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Reading
I found this unit to be very informative about the variety of general external examinations. I knew nothing about the TOEFL,IELTS,TOEIC,as well as the General English and the Business English tests an
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Readmond
The course unit gives a background of what the real-time problems are that a teacher can encounter in the classroom and the recommendations needed to rectify the issues. Some examples of possible cons
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Redding
The sixth unit of this course looks at the past tenses of the English language: the past simple, the past continuous, the past perfect and the past perfect continuous explaining the structure, the usa
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Redford
in this unit Teaching Receptive Skills i learnt that what are the reasons to listen and reading then got answer that it can be entainment or some purpose and also defined how many methods of receptive
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Reed City
This unit was based on teaching special groups and covered the different types of beginners one might encounter (absolute, false, adult, young and those without roman alphabet). The specific skills an
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Reeder
The optimal balance of course book, authentic and created material is key for a successful lesson. To reach the lesson’s objective, the material used must be carefully selected and utilised to keep
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Reese
This unit gives an overview of the different roles a teacher will take in the class room and also gives some basic information on the types of learners one may encounter. In the JET program I have at
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Remus
By the help of this unit, I have discovered many things and instructions about managing classes. For example, I have learnt how to used eye contact, gesture and my voice in order to control class. Fur
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Reno
Although this unit was a bit tricky, as the future tenses appeared to be a lot more complex than what I initially thought, it efficiently helped me to give myself an update on the different forms as w
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Republic
I am not used to looking at sentences in forms of past or present tense so this is difficult at times as how to resay the thought. I have worked with verb tenses before but not in this format. This
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Resort
This unit is all about evaluating and testing the students language skills. It also looks at a wide variety of tests that can be used before, during and at the end of an English language course. The u
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Reynolds
Auxiliary can be tricky for students who just learn its usage and types. Teacher must use as many example as possible to explain the differences between each auxiliary. Every time students learned new
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Rhodes
We are introduced to listening and writing as two receptive skills of language in this unit. While the purpose of reading or listening to a particular content may vary, human brain uses several skills
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Rich
this unit enlightens the teacher on how to interact with the learner to maximize effective learning process. teachers are supposed to have a working relationship with the learners in a way that the le
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Richland
English teachers need to prepared to teach a variety of kinds of groups. They may have to teach beginners, children, business professionals, or high school students, for example. Teachers should consi
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Richmond
This unit covered the main theories of teaching language as well as the positives and negatives associated with each method. The information provided a very good understanding of ESA, the chosen meth
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