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Elbridge
I have learnt from this unit these are sentences containing 'if' for similar expressions such as 'when' ) which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, the 'if' clause
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Elk Rapids
In the video lessons unit I was given the opportunity to examine two opposite class sessions. The first lesson was uninspiring, boring, and lacking interaction and energy. The second lesson, on the ot
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Elkland
This unit has reiterated the need to be organised and well prepared for a lesson. If using electronic equipment, make sure all equipment is thoroughly checked. Make sure the room is suitable for the e
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Elkton
This unit is based around the two ESA demonstration videos that are available via the 'video' tab of our online training system. The two videos are designed to be viewed in conjunction, one after the
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Ellington
Understanding and being able to use the present tense is one thing, being able to explain or teach the intricacies and rules of its formation is another.... This unit focused on Present Tense, the sub
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Ellis
This unit explains the importance of creating a strong lesson plan and a working document that can be easily followed by any ESL teacher. This can be done by collecting the following information: teac
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Ellsworth
Unit 1 covers the course introduction, including course content, how the course works, aims and objectives of the course, general terminology, a working definition of what constitutes a young learner,
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Elm Hall
As this unit focused on the receptive skills, it gave me the opportunity to have a thorough and concrete look (through the example of a patchwork lesson for instance) on the different methods through
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Elm River
This topic contains little information about problems that might occure and how to solve them. It explains how to behave and which activities to in the first lesson. The main goal here is to break the
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Elmira
This unit mainly discussed the importance of modal verbs in English communication and it also covers phrasal verbs, the passive voice and relative clauses. In this unit I learnt the basic rules for M
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Elmwood
This unit covered the understanding and teaching of pronunciation and phonology. It began with the necessary information regarding intonation patterns and stress and included techniques for indicatin
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Elsie
When encountering a class, it may be an existing class or a new class. One of the first things you should do on your first day whether it is a new class or an existing class is to develop rapport. You
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Elwell
This has been one of the toughest tests I have had to learn. I have learned that pronouncing and phonology are key aspects in the classroom today. By this, i mean that writing and reading are not the
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Ely
Lots of great online sources in this section although a lot of the links do not work, or at least, did not work for...Please see below my overview for the links that I found to not work. Most of the
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Emerson
This section provides good practical ideas and methods of presenting and teaching different language points. The course outlines activities and guidelines to best suit the age group of young learners
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Emmett
This unit focuses on past tenses and tries to look at the relevant structures and usages and also ideas for classroom activities.Past tense relates to the past time periods. I have understood that mos
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Empire
This unit introduces us to the most common methods and techniques for teaching ELF and discusses the pros and cons of each. We are then introduced to the ESA method which we will be using for this cou
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Engadine
I hope that this course helps me in getting a TEFL position in a different country. It definitely showed me some ways I can be successful tutoring my math class. I think that it gave me a whole new vi
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Ensign
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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Ensley
I really liked this unit. Instead of giving too much extra information about lesson plans, it gave me an opportunity to put a real classroom learning target into the ESA framework. I think that was a
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Enterprise
In this unit, the overview is about equipment and teaching aids. It goes into depth about different utilities that can be used in the classroom in order to have several methods of teaching. Some of th
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Erie
Using a variety of authentic and created materials to supplement the course curriculum will result in a more engaging, suitably tailored class experience for the students. With course materials, often
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Erwin
It's very important to use the different tests at the right moment. When a student is starting the course, We already need to know his/hers level of language. By dividing tests and the goals it is cle
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Escanaba
In this unit,I learnt a lot of things like classroom management it includes eye contact, the voice and gestures.Also, I learnt in this unit the types of groups such as whole class,pair-work and indivi
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Essex
I enjoyed reading Unit 12 because it gave me a better understanding of how to facilitate speaking activities in the classroom. As a teacher of English to non-native speakers, I think that I have had a
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Essexville
Unit 10 required the observation of two classes – one of which was obviously better than the other. I took a page of notes during both lessons, the first one mostly pointing out the numerous faults:
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Estral Beach
This info has been effective in helping me to understand in a way that I can teach others about tenses. This is a subject that is good to be refreshed on. It is easy as a native English speaker to som
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Eureka
In this unit we have looked at different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress, as well as some of the common external exams that teachers need to prepare students for. There are a number o
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Evangeline
In this unit, evaluation and testing are the key concepts. The core focus on this is to become aware of the different tests that are conducted in order to see the progression of the student. There are
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Evart
There are four basic skills in any language: receptive skills-reading and listening,and productive skills- speaking and writing. All are equally important and teachers should try to include all of th
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Eveline
This unit was a brief introduction to English teaching methodology and lesson planning. The lesson began by giving a brief overview of different types of English teaching. As someone who has studied C
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Everett
This Unit follows on the previous unit about receptive skills (reading and listening). In this unit we focus on the productive skills (Speaking and writing). We looked at the reasons for speaking and
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Ewen
: In this unit, I learnt about teaching English to various specialized groups and how it may require different skills, different teaching approaches when we deal with special groups. It could be a gro
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Ewing
In speaking, accuracy is focused on in the study phase while fluency is focus in the activate phase. In the study phase, it is more appropriate for the teacher to correct errors to improve accuracy. I
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Excelsior
Unit 11- Teaching receptive skills focused on reading and listening. Reading and listening are both important. People either read and listen for a purpose or for entertainment. Unit 11 gave examples o
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Exeter
Planning lessons is very important as you write what you expect your students to achieve at the end of the lesson, it helps you think logically through the stages in relation to the time available for
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Fabius
This lesson covered phonology and pronunciation. Intonation, stress, and common word pronunciation was covered. The poem written to help teach pronunciation made me realize just how many exceptions E
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Fair Haven
Until 11 focuses on the receptive skills reading and listening. It covers different techniques such as predictive skills and deduction from context. I learnt about pre-teaching which will be helpful i
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Fair Plain
It is easier to get mixed up between Future Simple, Future Continuous and Future Perfect for their usages. When teaching Future tenses, students must learn with patience and occasionally compare the u
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Fairbanks
I an a native English speaker. After completing this unit I can understand why foreigners sometimes say that the English language is a hard language to completely comprehend. An example of why the Eng
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Fairgrove
From this unit, I believe a lesson plan should be more student-based than teacher-based. This gives a chance for the teacher to view the lesson in the eye of the child. Teachers can examine how studen
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Fairhaven
Unit 15 explained how to measure the progress that students have made in their English studies. It can be done in many ways, not only through external tests. In fact, students often take placement tes
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Fairplain
In this unit, past tenses were the main priority. There were different forms that were focused on such as the past perfect, past continuous, past perfect continuous and so forth. Each went into detail
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Fairview
Classroom management was discussed during this unit as it was the topic of the unit. Classroom management includes inspiring confidence in the students as well as organising classes. Meaning the seati
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Faithorn
Learning the qualities, and roles of teachers helps me quantify and imitate what I’ve observed successful teachers do. I tend to be a Manager/Controller, but I was happy to receive so many other te
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Farmington
The final unit contained material regarding troubleshooting. It provided solutions to various problems that may arise in the classroom, such as students reluctant to speak, difficulties with listening
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Farmington Hills
This was an interesting unit focusing on the importance of realising the differing groups of students a teacher may be presented with and working out what type of teaching methodology might be the mos
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Farwell
This unit included the basic parts of speech. It discussed classifications like nouns, pronouns, verbs etc. It taught me how to use them, identify them and where to put them in a sentence. Particularl
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Fawn River
This chapter gives ideas of how a teacher should conduct the first lesson.Rather than immediately turning to the course book, the teacher should take time to build god rapport between students and the
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Fayette
This unit talks about the advantages and disadvantages of course books to teachers and students. For teachers, knowing the pros and cons of using course books allow them to think out of the box as the
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