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Felch
This unit was particularly helpful with figuring out how to get past obstacles. In a class, especially a large class, of students who don’t natively speak English it can be kind of hard to keep the
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Fennville
In this unit, I got the opportunity to brush up my knowledge about passive voice, modal auxiliary verbs, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. I know that this unit was just kind of a recap of the basic
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Fenton
This unit was illustrated through two videos showing two different teaching methods, and their effect upon the atmosphere and attitude of students within the class. The first video shows a dull, gener
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Fenwick
The last unit of the course introduces some common problems that teachers can face with throughout their career. There are some very useful suggestions on how to deal with variety of problems in a cla
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Ferndale
The material for unit 10 was split between two demonstration classes. Each of these classes consisted of the same teacher and students, but differed in approach - particularly regarding the teacher's
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Ferris
The seventh unit of this course explains how the teacher should consider which area of the language she or he is going to teach in order to choose the best ESA structure according to the needs of the
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Ferry
This unit was an overview of different types of special classes an ESL teacher might have to take responsibility for. The unit went over several different situations, including how to teach beginner s
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Ferrysburg
In this unit we learned about the future tense. There are four future tenses, the "going to" tense, the simple present tense, and the present continuous tense used to reference events that take place
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Fife Lake
In Unit 1 describes the Good teacher qualities that he should be kind and patient lively, correct student,know their weakness,loving and role of teacher who manage,organize,assess,tutor,promptor,parti
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Filer
Unit seventeen was solely dedicated to teaching equipment and aids. We went over fifteen common aids/items found in a classroom, which were: white/black boards, interactive white boards, overhead proj
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Filer City
There are four main skill categories in each language: reading, listening, speaking, and writing. The former two are receptive, because the student is taking in information rather than producing it. R
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Filion
In this unit I learnt how to manage a class, how to deal with problems behavoiur and what to do to become the class in an interesting and amazing experience. The tips for classroom arrangement are so
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Fillmore
English tense content is a topic that can cause a lot of misunderstanding among English learners. Most of English grammar books represent twelve tenses that may seem complicated at the first stage of
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Flat Rock
I found this section very confusing. in fact i had to review the unit information multiple times before I think i think i understood what i was reading. I just hope that i will be able to do it justic
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Flint
The use of coursebooks and lesson materials can be a huge advantage in the teaching of English to new students of the language. Psychologically, coursebooks give students a sense that they are activel
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Florence
Unit 19 was short and sweet. It encompassed teaching special groups. We had categories of beginner learners, tips for teaching and problems. We had how to teach individual students. We had how to teac
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Flowerfield
In this unit i learned about the future tenses. Future simple(form, usages) and Typical errors and mistakes and also teaching ideas. I have also learned about future continuous's form, usages and Typi
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Flushing
The unit discussed the definition of phonology and the intonation, stress and rhythm, as well as, the International Phonetic Alphabet and its use in helping the students to come to an understanding of
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Flynn
I found this lesson to be the most difficult I have encountered thus far. I haven't studied pronunciation and phonology formally since high school university. The review section on teaching intonation
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Ford River
This unit dealt with a rather complex subject from a teacher's perspective. An inexperienced teacher will indeed find himself a bit lost as to how he or she should organise his lesson. Many factors ar
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Forest Hills
While teaching the productive skills of writing will not be a main focus, speaking definitely will be. Both parts are important, but it does make sense that students are more eager to learn how to spe
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Forest Home
To effectively teach pronunciation and phonology, I need to know how articulation, intonation, stress, and rhythm work. Intonation matters because it carries meaning, and a change in intonation can ch
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Forester
in this unit 19 is about student classes, methodology,advantages,disadvantages . i learnt about types of learner. 1 beginners and their types and mythology to teach them and also knew about problems
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Forestville
In teaching a new language, students need to be exposed to it, understand its meaning and how it is constructed, and be able to practice & produce it. Teaching both grammar and vocabulary in a new lan
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Fork
As with the previous units on tenses, the future tense poses several complex grammatical challenges for learners of English, especially foreign language speakers. As with any grammatical issue, learne
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Forsyth
There are different methods of teaching different groups and things to put into consideration when teaching special class .When for example teaching beginners requires skill and psychology the teacher
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Fort Gratiot
This unit was an overview on teaching special groups including all types of beginners, one on one instruction, young learners and business learners. It provided pros and cons of teaching all these ty
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Foster
This has been a complex and demanding unit: the science behind phonology and linguistics of this nature is far from simple and one wonders whether such technical information really aids a student of E
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Foster City
I have learnt that there are four basic skills in any language. Receptive Skills: Reading and listening and Productive Skills: Speaking and writing. Receptive skills can be divided into two large rang
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Fostoria
When teaching English, pronunciation is perhaps considered as the least important part by the teachers. One reason being that for native speakers they have acquired the language by birth, they don't g
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Fountain
This unit covers most common problems that teachers encounter in the classroom setting. The unit also looks at how to effectively engage in a new course, as well as how to deal with large classes. rel
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Fowler
The unit began by introducing the general theories about language learning and intellectual development. The information included a brief description of the theories, how they relate or overlap, and t
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Fowlerville
Vocabulary is Central to English language teaching and it is an essential part in foreign language learning. As teachers we must help students express their thinking by developing standard academic la
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Frankenlust
Unit 12 focused on productive language skills, i.e. speaking and writing. Speaking and writing skills are usually taught during the activate and study sections, respectively, of a class. These skills
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Frankenmuth
There are many different methods of teaching. Although the Classical Method is most common, but it doesn't include the speaking and listening part of learning a language. The Audio-lingualism method i
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Frankfort
This unit unexpectedly turned out to be one of the trickiest units I encountered so far. The explanations were really clear and smooth, but the whole subject remained really subtile and tricky neverth
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Franklin
I enjoyed this unit very much. It was very interesting to see how to teach when teaching special groups. There were many good tips in this unit but I noticed how many you must focus on the students ne
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Fraser
Have learnt the seven most common future tenses used, their grammatical form and their usages. The Future simple:subject+ will+go(verb). Usages: future facts and certainties. Promises. Predictions bas
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Frederic
Materials used for teaching is very important aspect to develop student's knowledge and skill in English language. Teacher must reviews all authentic and created materials. The materials are then adap
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Fredonia
This unit has been a great way to emphasize the usages of the tenses just as the previous units about past and present tenses. I appreciate the re-emphasis on the present tenses in relation to future
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Free Soil
This unit educates on the methods of teaching, the elements for effective method of teaching which are Engage, Study and Activate (ESA) and the various ways in which these elements are applied for a s
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Freedom
Conditional sentences containing " if" which refer to past,future or present possibilities.There are two clauses,the "if" clause and main clause,and either can come in the first part of a condit
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Freeland
Throughout this unit as a non-native speaker,I knew about TOEFL and IELTS.Yet,I saw many other tests.They made me think about myself."Am I going to be a good teacher for my Thai students?" or "Will I
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Freeman
The unit focuses on evaluation and testing of students. it explains that assessing a learner’s language can be done through tutorials, evaluation and tests. The importance of these practices enables
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Freeport
This unit was about evaluation and testing. It went into detail about internal testing and some external exams. We were first given ways in which to assess a student's language level that included the
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Fremont
This unit was very good, I feel I learnt a lot from this unit, mainly how to plan a lesson and structure it the right way, I feel I now really fully understand the engage phase now perfectly due to th
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Frenchtown
Unit 9 covered the importance of lesson planning. Lesson planning not only gives you structure and vision for your class, but also gives you documentation to assist you in making lesson more effective
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Friendship
Intonation carries the message in the sentence. It makes the sentence a question, stating a fact, agreeing or disagreeing. Articulation involves many parts of the mouth, including the tongue, larynx,
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Frontier
Unit 5: Past Tenses acts as a good review of the four past tenses found in the English language. I appreciated the way in which the tenses were presented in the video. By detailing the structure, u
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Frost
This unit covered the different types of modals, phrasal verbs, and passive verbs. As noted in the text, modal verbs are "can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to
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