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Copper City
This unit is designed to give an outline of the "Teaching Young Learners" course requirements expectations and objectives. It clearly defines the various acronyms associated with teaching English to a
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Copper Harbor
The videos show how the attitude of the teacher can effect students learning. In the first video the students feel confused and unsure about the objectives. The teacher does not give clear instruction
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Coral
This unit covers the more common verb forms used to express future meaning. I very much appreciated the thorough discussion of which circumstances (usages) typically call for which forms, but I think
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Cornell
This unit is a counterpart to Unit 11 which discussed receptive skills - listening and reading. It suggested methodologies for teaching productive skills - writing and speaking - and outlined lessons
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Corunna
The teaching theories, methods, and techniques presented in this unit are laid out very thoughtfully and clearly. At various points in my teaching career, I have either used or been exposed to all of
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Corwith
There are some factors on which the absorbing of new words depends. For example the similarity of the new words with the words from the student's native language. Secondly students remember the words
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Cottrellville
There are 3 present tenses; present simple, present continuous/progressive, and present perfect tense. Each have their own uses as conditions in which they are use. What they share in common is that t
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Courtland
In this lesson, I could know about general methods according to study English with young learners. There are many theories called maturation theory, environmental theory, constructivists and other thi
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Covert
This unit is all about the different kinds of materials that teachers can use to help the student's progress in the classroom.The unit also helps to differentiate between authentic and created materia
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Covington
This unit was an overview of the 4 types of present tenses. I was able to learn and practice the differences between the 4 tenses and the structures in which they are formed and taught. After this uni
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Crockery
In this unit, modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice are discussed. This unit teaches us how to effectively differentiate between active voice and passive voice. The lesson delves into indicating th
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Cross
This unit examines the qualities, roles and responsibilities of a good teacher. It highlights the importance of teacher- learner relationships, while teaching you what a good relationship with the two
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Croswell
I feel as though this section on past tenses was easier to grasp and understand than the section on present tenses. This may be because of that initial introduction to tenses in general. With past ten
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Croton
This unit explores the different techniques required to manage an ESL class room, and focuses primarily on how the use of body language and tone of voice can affect the rapport between teachers and st
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Crump
This unit covered classroom management, from the use of voice, gesture, and eye contact to classroom arrangement, grouping students, and dealing with behavioral problems. It did not contain much info
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Crystal Falls
This unit overviews the many tense structures in the English language. While I was familiar with them prior to reading this, reviewing them has brought me to realize how much I need to review them fur
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Crystal Lake
This unit contains lots of information and is quite dense, but the information is valuable and divided in a way that makes it easier to assimilate the content. I had to read the unit 4 times to grasp
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Cumming
This unit was focused on the ways lessons for vocabulary, grammar, and function differ and the types of things a language learner needs to know about each type. This was a great chapter to get into pr
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Curran
In this unit, two important skills were discussed, reading and listening, which are both receptive skills. A brief overview of how to teach these skills was provided and several variables regarding wh
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Curtis
This unit has been a great opening to understanding basic classroom functions and teacher-student relationships. I appreciated learning how many different roles the teacher can play. This shows that t
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Custer
This unit described the four present tenses and gave a number of very good specific examples of activities to use during the activate stage of the class that I will endeavor to make a part of my futur
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Cutlerville
This was an interesting unit on grammar. Again, it shows how what is common sense to a first language speaker can often become quite complicated in theory when examined forensically and broken down in
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Dafter
In this unit we have examined modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice in detail, as well as a brief overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses. The 'modals' are: can, could, may, might, shall,
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Daggett
After review of this section, I feel this section of the modal aux verbs most represents how and under what terms one can state their politeness. Since most modal verbs do not change in form, they can
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Dallas
In this unit we leaned about the different roles of the teacher and their importance for the good and effective management of the classroom. We also learned about the qualities of a good teacher. The
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Dalton
This unit was a very broad introduction to pronunciation and speech patterns, something I have often felt totally unequipped to teach. The uses of tone – rising and falling is one that I have never
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Danby
The unit gives all important content information needed on productive skills (writing and speaking).When talking about speaking and writing, we may find many activities that help increase the talk tim
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Dansville
the difference between both videos are drastic. it was beneficial to witness the difference in the students attitude in both videos that was simply based on the attitude and mannerisms of the teacher.
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Davisburg
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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Davison
This unit covers the basics of what traits are required to teach and learn ESL, from both students' perspectives and the teachers'. I found that the different roles that teachers can take on was a com
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Day
In this unit, I've learnt different teaching methodologies that have been used before. Adopting and using such techniques must always be influenced by the personality of the teacher, the culture of th
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De Tour
The unit is based on the use course books and writing materials. It explains the two types of materials; authentic and creative. What they comprise of and their effect in a class is also addressed. Th
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Dearborn
I have learned new terms to the grammar rules and structure. It is basically the same but termed differently, such as the past participle in other terms is verb 3 or perfect tense verbs. I learned the
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Dearborn Heights
This unit introduced different methodologies of teaching a foreign language. The main focus however was on the ESA approach, engage - study - activate. In the Engage phase, students are encouraged to
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Decatur
This unit was on course-books and lesson materials. It had some really good tips especially the section on omitting, replacing, supplementing and/or adapting the course book chosen for a course. Inste
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Decker
In this unit, the two videos depict what makes a good lesson and what makes a bad lesson. The first video depicted a bad lesson because the teacher was not responding well to the student's mistakes an
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Deckerville
The acronyms for the certificates and levels are good to know, so if there are students that have these before taking a placement test, you will know where they are and also, can assume about what are
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Deep River
There are four basic skills in language which are receptive, listening, reading and productive.We read and listen for different reasons.It could be for purpose or entertainment or both.We deduce meani
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Deerfield
Receptive skills are reading and listing while productive skills are speaking and writing, all are equally important. For students, it is easier for them to read than listen because they can be slow a
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Deerton
This Unit consisted of lots of practical and usable information that helps one start learning key points to being a good teacher. It included different types of teaching roles that can be used. Also t
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Deford
In this unit i have learned about conditions and reported speech. I learned about Zero conditional and it's form and usage, first conditional "form and usage", second conditional, third conditional, m
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Delaware
This unit focused on past tense usage, and the common mistakes that students make. Just like present tense, it has four forms: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous.
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Delhi
Unit 19 focuses on the individualized needs of different types of classes a teacher may be teaching. The unit begins by focusing on the characteristics and needs of classes of beginner students. In th
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Delta
This unit mainly talked about textbooks and what their advantages and disadvantages are. Personally, I'm a firm believer in having the textbook lay the foundation for the class, but not let it control
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Delton
This unit is mainly about preventing, solving and handling behavioural problems, how to use voice tone, eye contact, maintain respect among the class as well as arrange it in the best suitable way dep
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Denmark
This was by far the most inspiring lesson yet. The first of these two video lessons clearly violated so many rules, mostly of common sense and good manners in any culture, but particularly in Asia. Th
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Denton
I have learn t that while there are other techniques that are still in use with some EFL teachings, the ESA Engage, Study, and Activate method has allowed for some of the other teaching techniques to
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Detour
In this lesson , I learnt various class management techniques.I learnt that eye contact, body gestures and the voice are effective tools in establishing rapport with students.I also learnt about vario
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Detroit
Teaching the present tenses requires a thorough understanding of the different structures in affirmative, negative and questions as well as the respective usage of each tense. I thought it would be he
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Detroit Beach
This unit focused on best ways to teach productive skills, writing and speaking. Again, it discussed the purpose of these skills and why it is important for students to understand them and be able to
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