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In this unit I learned about the different teaching styles and the basis of the TEFL methodology. I learned how to engage students in the lesson with various examples of how to do so and also the impo
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What I gathered from this unit is that one needs to be mindful in choosing what vocabulary and grammar to teach students based off of their knowledge level, current needs, and how useful that language
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Future tenses have simple structure such as future simple containing "will/shall be", future continuous is "will be verbing", future perfect has "will have been", and future perfect continuous has "wi
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This unit explains the five main conditionals of English describing the form, the usages and some of the typical mistakes or errors made by the students. The second part of the chapter takes into cons
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Dollar Bay
The content is comprehensive and very useful for future assignment to work as an English Teacher.I enjoy learning and answering the questions in Unit Test.Obviously its not as simple as we could immag
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To teach new language, the instructor must consider exposure, understanding of meaning, construction, and production. ESA methods address these concerns. Grammar and vocabulary lessons are often best
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There are so many resources to use to teach English! I had never even thought of using a video camera for street interviews or projects. I can imagine that using a variety of technologies would really
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This Unit presented and explored different equipment and teaching aids which can be used in the classroom. Many of the teaching aids and a lot of the equipment can be found in most classrooms. In this
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I have learnt from this unit that each word in a sentence can be classified, according to its purpose and the meaning it adds. We call these words parts of speech. There are eight main parts of speech
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The system of past tense and present tense is not different except obviously past tense relates to past activities.Should begin to notice similarities in usage and form emerging.In all continuous form
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This unit is about the relationship of teacher and learners.The unit describes the qualities of a good teacher and the challenges she/he has to face during her lessons.It also describes the qualities
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Drayton Plains
I think that the characteristics of a good teacher and the role of a teacher were well set out. Certainly your role as a teacher is ever changing depending upon the group dynamics that you find in you
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Unit 19 presented the various student populations I can expect as an ELL teacher. Honestly, I had only thought about instructing in a multilingual class in a local community college in the United Sta
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Drummond Island
In this unit, i came to know about different methodologies, the best suitable methods and techniques of teaching, a detail information of each stage and suitable activities for each stage. planning a
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This unit taught me how first lessons are to be taught to both first timers in new group and to existing students where students know one another. The first timers are blank and do not know what to ex
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This unit covered the different classification of special groups as well as the different categorizations of a beginner learner. These different classification of groups include: beginners, individual
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This unit covers the present tense. Present simple, present perfect, present continuous, and present perfect continuous. When I first learned English grammar, present continuous was referred to as pr
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Unit seven covered teaching new language, with techniques for teaching the ESA method in three different areas; vocabulary, structure and function. Different ESA structures can be used for teaching d
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In this unit, it mentions that having a detailed lesson plan is ideal for inexperience teacher as it provides structure and reference. However, it is better if the lesson plan is not so detail as it s
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This Unit presented two videos of lessons being taught. In the first video the teacher is late, walks around with a lesson plan, didn't do the engage phase, didn't use the students' names, there was n
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A teacher can greatly influence a class and the performance of the class. A teacher should be able to 'listen' to his/her students and try to create a learning structure that is appropriate for the pa
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This unit was extremely short in comparison to the other units, but it did help to show me that there are potential areas of difficulty that will arise from within the classroom, depending on the lang
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Eagle Harbor
I learnt the different forms of future tenses including: future simple, present continuous, going to future, and future continuous. These forms of tenses include examples demonstrated throughout the l
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Eagle River
This unit is similar to the previous one. I learnt that Speaking and Writing is as important as Reading and Listening. It is important for the teachers to create a need and desire for the students t
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East Bay
Classroom management is the skill of organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. Establishing rapport between the teacher and students, students t
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East China
In this unit i learned about teaching productive skills which speaking and writing! I learned that speaking and writing are substantially different in many ways but they're used in the same purpose w
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East Grand Rapids
Unit 9 taught why a lesson plan is useful. It explained that lesson plans allow for goal setting and strategies to achieve them. Lesson plans keep a teacher on course and act as a record of what has
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East Jordan
This unit covered vocabulary, grammar and functions. It provided the appropriate basis to choose which vocabulary words should be introduced at a particular time in the students learning. And what i
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East Lansing
In this unit the first introduction to the concept of tense in English has been made. Conjugating different verbs in different tenses might be the most difficult intricacy of English grammar for both
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East Tawas
The Unit on theories, methods, and techniques is a valuable resource for ESL teachers as it prepares them to adapt their teaching style to different methods used by different language schools. It is i
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The below course has taught me that students can get easily confused with the simple usage of the past tense. This is why if we teach the 4 simple methods of past tense, ie, Past simple, Past continuo
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This unit was very informative.I however did not like how close the answers are to each other for this unit exam. Is it that we can use the different techniques and mold it to our needs throughout the
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This was one of the easiest units to understand while probably the most important. Having proper lesson plans for each class is good for the reasons highlighted at the start of the unit, particularly
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I never knew there were so many present tenses! We learn't present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. It was well laid out with sections which help clarify and
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This unit introduced the basics of teaching including what attributes to show as a teacher and what to expect from learners. The unit gave a brief overview of the expectations learners have from teach
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This unit covered and discussed the teaching of the productive skills writing and speaking. Potential problems and challenges were presented (alphabetical differences, pronunciation and formation of l
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Eaton Rapids
This unit covered modals, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. The modal auxiliary verbs were outlined and their uses expressed, such as obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice. Spee
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Eau Claire
Unit 19 began with categorizing the types of beginning students. I thought the “false beginner” was a new one for me, and the description was helpful as most of the people I’ve met who are tryi
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Eben Junction
This unit provided comprehensive information regarding equipment and teaching aids for classrooms. It clearly illustrated the advantages and disadvantages of equipment such as white/blackboards,smartb
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In this unit, I learnt about English Grammar. Grammar is the most important part of English, most student find it challenging and one can learn it gradually over time. Modal auxiliary verbs can be us
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This Unit has been particularly helpful in building confidence in new teachers and reminding experienced teachers about the fundamental principals of classroom management. This is done by giving diffe
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For teaching English one has to understand the methods in which different levels of students can be thought. Depending upon the situation the teacher needs to decide to use a single method or combine
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In this lesson I learned that there are many different approaches to teaching. A good teacher should be able to use each of these approaches and know when to use them. Additionally, a good teacher sho
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Many teachers feel stress out about teaching English to Business people as teachers assumed that they also need to teach business skills, however it is different case as teachers only need to teach an
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Edgemont Park
I learnt about part of speech a lot. If we want to analyze English syntax it is very important step and I think every English teacher should know about it in order to explain grammatical subjects. Pre
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This unit provided an overview of the future tense and focused on the following 7 tenses, their usages and examples of how to teach them. This included the future simple, future continuous, future pe
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As teachers, whether we are beginners or experienced, it is important to prepare not only the materials and other resources, but also we need to understand how our students learn, their expectations a
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Again, I appreciate the way this unit is designed. I like how it give specific examples for each of the ESA structures. The ESA structures give me a good framework for my lessons now. In the past, whe
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This unit covered a number of sections on evaluations, including some examples of practice tests. In Japan, testing is very large part of English education. Students take the EIKEN here, a standardize
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This unit was an overview of the receptive language skills, listening and reading. In addition to the receptive language skills, there are the productive language skills, speaking and writing. The uni
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