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Big Rapids
In this lesson, I learned about class management. Management can be used indirectly, such as using eye contact or using gestures. Likewise, grouping students in different ways can affect their learnin
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Billings
This unit gives teachers the decision making patterns necessary to choose vocabulary words and grammar appropriate to the students. The unit then concludes with methods of implementing the function t
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Bingham Farms
Unit 19 delved into how to work with various types of student groups and I found a lot of the advice and suggested activities very useful. I have taught all types of beginners from a very young age, b
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Birch Run
The unit gives the teacher some advice on the management of the classroom. This involve the use of body language, the grouping of students, arrangement of the classroom and so on. It also aids the tea
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Birmingham
This unit provides an overview of English grammar, explaining the different parts of speech. In introduces and explains in detail what nouns, adjectives, prepositions, adverbs, articles, pronouns and
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Bismarck
Following the unit that focused on receptive skills, this unit dedicated to productive skills eventually enhanced my anchored conviction that speaking and writing are slightly more important and usefu
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Bitely
Teaching business English does not require the teacher to have a deep understanding of the business. The language that the client needs is most often in areas such as presentations, instructions, tele
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Black River
Course books are the backbone of any English teaching, but it seems especially important when it comes to the needs of Non-Native English Speakers. Authentic materials are useful, but only when chosen
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Blackman
This unit was extremely informative, as it gave insight into how to choose what information to teach in the classroom. As someone who is looking into teaching younger classes (i.e.kindergarten/element
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Blaine
The unit looks at important skills learners need inorder to fully appreciate and grasp the english language and in particular it looks at receptive skills.The two receptive skills being reading and l
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Blair
This unit was helpful mostly in that it showed a visual of a lesson plan. I think this is important for someone who has never taught before to see in order to think of goals and a timeframe of the les
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Blanchard
Because ESA is the back bone of the teaching methodology used in TEFL I think this lesson was extremely valuable. I'm excited about applying it further to more teaching lesson in this course and usin
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Blendon
In this unit it is very important to test and evaluate your students, for placement for their respective language ability. To acquire the students knowledge at a beginning of a course to prepare the c
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Bliss
I feel that diagnostic tests are a great way to learn where the students are at so that you can plan your lessons accordingly. Progress tests are important to show that what you are teaching is hopef
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Blissfield
This unit states present tenses which includes present simple, present continuous,present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses. It tells us every tense form,usages, with example sentences, ty
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Bloomer
The third unit of this course has focused the attention on the theories of teaching that have been elaborated during the course of the recent history underlining the pluses and minuses of each specifi
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Bloomfield Hills
I have learned the many theories and styles of teaching, most notably the ESA lessons. I learned that there is no best way and that a lot of lessons, activities and teaching in general is very situati
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Bloomingdale
Unit 7 explained how to teach new vocabulary, grammar and language functions. It also gave examples of lesson approaches and activities base on the ESA methodology. In addition to various teaching tec
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Blumfield
I never realized how much influence our brain has on receptive skills. By reading the definitions about the different skills I'm able to understand them. They are all very different but all contribute
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Boardman
This lesson was an overview of the past tense in the English language. Similar to the present tense, the past tense in English has four main categories: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and
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Bohemia
This unit covered evaluation and testing techniques. There are six main different types of evaluation done by institutions, they are as follows: - Placement tests - Diagnostic tests - Progress tests
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Bois Blanc
I think it was helpful to have this unit be similar to the present tenses unit. I appreciate how everything was broken out very simply, and I am certain that I will use the sample activate teaching id
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Boon
In this unit, I learned about the importance and principles of lesson planning. It could be a time consuming process for some teachers, and it could be a guide to successful and effective lesson deliv
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Boston
In this unit,I reviewed the basic grammar tense,past tense.Also,I learnt new things such as the sample of activate stage teaching ideas.This unit explained in details the past simple,past continuous t
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Bourret
The unit refers to a brief but important information about the two receptive skills. Teachers need to incorporate the use of the receptive skills creatively in their lesson plans in order to make stud
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Bowne
English course books are emotive issue for many students.Some teachers approve them while other teachers despise them. Most of published course book has advantages and disadvantages: Advantages: a) P
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Boyne City
Although I was already familiar with most of the methodologies of teaching English to non-native speakers that were presented in this unit, I still learned a lot because I have never hear about the En
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Boyne Falls
Probably the most complex unit by far. A lot of terms and items I cannot imagine using, but to truly be an expert in English, these are VERY important things to know. I really had no idea about thes
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Boyne Valley
Many factors determine the effectiveness of the teacher's presentations, and all must be taken into consideration in planning lessons. Class size, furniture and equipment, culture, and student ages, a
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Bradley
I really enjoyed reading through Unit 18. Although I have taught all of the grammar points presented in this unit, it provided a great review for me along with giving me a better understand, more deta
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Brampton
There are in total 12 tenses, this unit covers the most common one called Present Tense and its four sub categories. Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous.
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Branch
I found this Unit extremely helpful and in my perspective should be thoroughly known to teachers to maximise learning effectiveness with students. Presented methods move within the nature- nurture spa
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Brandon
Unit 13 presented a great amount on the content surrounding the subject of phonetic. Honestly, I am grateful that I had taken two courses in phonetics/linguistics during my undergraduate curriculum.
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Brant
As a former secondary English teacher, I continue to be interested in educational theories. Understanding and implementing the most effective teaching strategies and techniques has been a focus in m
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Breckenridge
Unit 8 gave an overview of the different future tenses. Future simple and the 'going to' future are the most commonly used future tenses and are often taught together. While future simple expresses mo
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Breedsville
I have learnt how to teach new language from this unit. Language is divided to three parts. Grammar assumed to be main and most important part of the language and vocabulary and functions are thought
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Breen
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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Breitung
Unit 17 acted as a valuable resource chapter. As I begin my work as a ELL teacher, I know that I will refer to this chapter often. I appreciate the list of resources available for creating effective
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Brethren
The unit discusses the importance of productive skills, the potential problems that a teacher may encounter in teaching these skills and the techniques and strategies to help students effectively lear
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Brevort
If this is confusing to me, I can only imagine how it is to a student learning English. I know that being able to use the activities provided will help with the learning process. As I have used partne
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Bridgehampton
As a teacher, I have planned lessons around the concept of ESA for at least 5 years, now. But, a lot of the examples given in this book are very useful to refine my lesson plans, to give me more ideas
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Bridgeport
In this unit, I learned about the many methodologies that have been used historically in ESL teaching. I was introduced to a method of teaching that splits lessons into three parts - Engage, Study, an
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Bridgeton
Unit 19 was on teaching specific groups. From young learners to business learners, a teacher must employ different methods in order to engage their students. Additionally, different students seek diff
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Bridgewater
Unit 3 gives a lot interesting and useful information about lesson's content ans structure. It does not only give an information that you can use during lessons but inspires you, encourage your creati
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Bridgman
In my opinion, knowing the different techniques to approach different groups as well as numerous and individual is very important. The techniques vary depending on the group as well as the activities
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Brighton
This chapter was about tests and other ways to evaluate one's students. Frankly I thought the lesson could use further explanation when talking about evaluation. Later in the lesson, there were a plet
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Briley
This unit covered teaching the productive skills of speaking and writing. Various classroom speaking activities were discussed. This included controlled activities, guided activities and creative comm
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Brimley
Unit 11 was a very important unit for me because although I am an experienced English teacher, my focus had been mainly on speaking, writing and listening. I have to admit, after reading this unit, I
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Britton
This is a unit that deals basically with the teaching of a new language. It stresses the student's need to be exposed to the new language. I have learned too that, in teaching the vocabulary, the teac
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Brockway
This unit efficiently helped me to remember the different past forms, as I usually use them without being able to put a name on them as well as their functions. We indeed tend to build or sentences ba
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