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Harsens Island
This unit taught me about pronunciation and how to teach it. I learned that intonation is the tone of a sentence from start to finish, while stress has to do with what part within a word is said at a
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Hart
In this unit, pronunciation and phonology were the core concepts. It stressed the phonetic alphabet in order for us to teach the students how a word is pronounced. It complied consonants and vowels. I
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Hartford
In this unit I learned all about the present tense. I learned that there are four different ways to speak in the present tense—present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfec
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Hartland
Unit 15 focuses on different methods of evaluation for students. Though teachers are always evaluating students based on class performance, more formal evaluation is usually conducted through testing.
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Hartwick
this unit tells about lesson planning and its importance and different other aspect about lesson planning that its a working document which keep all the historical record about class this method is ve
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Harvey
This was a complicated unit with a great deal of complex terminology which, one might imagine, would easily baffle a student new to the language. Once again, although a teacher would do well to know t
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Haslett
This unit covered effective techniques for classroom management. This instruction discussed the advantages and disadvantages of various classroom management aspects such as seating arrangements, appro
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Hastings
This unit explains that in the teaching of ESL we use 12 different tenses as opposed to the teaching of other languages that will only use one to three. This unit focuses on and explores the present t
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Hatton
This unit was a good introduction to the broader idea of what being an English teacher through TESOl will encompass. Through this unit I learned more about how the different levels of language learner
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Hawes
The unit focuses on teaching receptive skills which consists of reading and listening. The importance of the receptive skills are also highlighted and the reasons and motives of the receptive skills a
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Hay
I think this lesson provides interesting insight into the use of text books and materials. I enjoyed learning that text books can be both useful and not so useful to the teacher. I think allows for
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Haynes
There are many tools that can be useful in the classroom, as mentioned in this unit, such as media players, visual objects, resource books and boards. I realized that there are many good resources ava
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Hazel Park
This unit was a brief overview of the different types of tests and examinations that might be part of an ESL course. This unit taught about the difference between placement exams, diagnostic exams, pr
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Hazelton
after watching the videos, ive learnt the difference between an effective teacher who built a good rapport with the students and managed to deliver the subject of the class to the students, through hi
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Heath
Unit 12 was about the two productive skills reading and writing. It talked about the difference of teaching accuracy and fluency; accuracy been a more teacher-controlled lesson focusing on making sure
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Hebron
This unit has given me a lot of insight when it comes to the use of grammar and sentence structure. What I mean by this is that a simple word can have multiple meanings with the choice of words or sen
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Helena
In this unit, teaching special groups is the core concept. In this lesson, it covered how a teacher should deal with going on with a lesson targeted to specific groups. The focus was on beginners, you
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Hell
Through the Two Videos for this course, i have learned alot about how the teacher's attitude can affect the participation of the students. In the first lesson, the teacher did not smile tell the stude
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Hematite
I have not seen the course books that are being discussed in this unit, however, I can understand the advantages and disadvantages stated in the course material. Also getting material for teacher crea
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Hemlock
In unit twelve, we discussed the remaining two skills among the four basic skills, which are two productive skills: writing and speaking. As per usual, it covered common mistakes/or problems that aris
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Henderson
I found the contents of this unit to be a little more challenging, but in a good way. I like being able to combine what I've learned about past, present, and future tenses to help me think about Engli
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Hendricks
During our teaching period, we might have various classes differing by the age of the learners or their purpose such as young beginners and business English learners. Teachers might find it so differe
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Henrietta
Unit 4 provides an overview of the different present tense forms in English as well as examples of how they are expressed in different grammatical environments; i.e. affirmative, negative, and questio
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Herron
This unit explains and explores a wide variety of resources that can be used by a teacher in a classroom. The unit also looks at the materials and different technologies that are available and how to
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Hersey
I feel I have learnt alot from this section, I hadn't heard of lots of the methods before so this was a new experience. I didn't know anything about audio lingualism so this was very interesting to re
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Hesperia
Teaching new language such as vocabulary, grammar and functions are really interesting topics to study with. An effective teacher will think about which structure is most appropriate to the class and
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Hessel
THE BASIC CONCEPT OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT BY A TEACHER WAS WELL UNDERSTOOD.I LEARNT THAT CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IS VERY IMPORTANT AS IT HELPS TO ORGANIZE AND MANAGE A CLASS IN A FRIENDLY AND RELAX MANNE
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Hiawatha
This unit thoroughly explained what makes a good teacher and what makes a good learner. It explained the different methods that a teacher should be aware of when teaching their students. It has given
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Hickory Corners
This unit was on managing classes. It was a broad survey. It included such elements as: eye contact, gesturing, grouping; attention-giving; instruction-giving; voice; seating arrangements; board work;
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Higgins
In this unit, the future tenses in English were enumerated and the form and usage of each tense were analyzed. Examples were given and possible methods for teaching each tense were discussed. English
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Higgins Lake
This unit teaches that though pronunciation is a neglected area in teaching the English Language, it is still, in fact, very important and necessary. Pronunciation impacts the way a person communicate
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Highland
In this unit I could learn that there are four past tenses. Understanding these tenses and uses can really help you with academic reading, listening, speaking, and writing. Below, I’ll go over each
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Highland[disambiguation needed]
The unit gives a good description of how to use the different forms of the following; Present simple, Present continuous, Present perfect and the Present perfect continuous. The unit begins by discuss
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Highland Park
In this unit it talked a lot about different teaching aids that teachers can use in class and which ones can be effective at various times. This unit also brought out the advantages and disadvantages
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Hill
In this unit, I learned that there are four basic skills in a language; receptive skills i.e. reading and listening, and productive skills i.e. speaking and writing. During listening and reading, the
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Hillman
Personally I haven not taught students how to change direct speech into reported speech before, so learning about that was a bit of a challenge. If this was to be taught at the school that I teach at,
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Hillsdale
This unit was particularly enriching and interesting as we finally dug into the practice part of teaching. So far we only had to read explanations as to how being an efficient and productive teacher.
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Hinton
This unit provides a basic understanding of the roles of the teacher and student in the classroom. It also outlines some examples of what makes good teachers and good learners. Through this I have lea
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Holland
While I already know each part of speech, learning the explicit rules for each one is imperative. Because I grew up learning the rules through exposure and immersion, I didn't know all of them explici
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Holly
Monitoring progress and evaluating a student's current level of retention, understanding and motivation is an essential aspect of teaching; indeed, it would be hard to imagine how a teacher could hone
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Holmes
This unit focuses on student behavior management and classroom management routines and procedures. There are several strategies listed that may not work for each and every class, but effective teacher
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Holt
Unit 11 presented material that was new to me. I had not studied the topics of receptive and productive skills separately. However, after reading the chapter and watching the accompanying video, I c
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Holton
There are so many different approaches and methods to be used in teaching the English language and it is difficult to decide which is the best approach to use. There are so many factors that as a tea
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Homer
Unit 17 explores 'Equipment and Teaching aids' in teaching English as foreign language. I learned that teaching aids are meant to increase students' interest during lessons. There are several teaching
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Homestead
Unit 2 focused on a basic overview of English grammar via a discussion of the main parts of speech including nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and articles. Each section of the unit bega
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Honor
In Unit 3 I’ve learned a lot about many different theories, methods and techniques of teaching. The method that this unit stresses the most on is called ESA – Engage, Study, Activate. This approac
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Hope
This unit covered the various types of equipment that teachers can use in their classrooms to aid students´learning. It showed the advantages of using projectors, smart boards, whiteboards, video cam
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Hopkins
In this unit, probably the most challenging grammar point in English language is explained: The conditionals. Due to its shift between various tenses in past, present and future and because such lang
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Horton
In this unit I have learnt what makes a 'good teacher' and what makes a 'good student', and the relationship between them to be most effective in teaching . As students can be varied in a range of wa
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Horton Bay
Unit 18 acted as the last grammatical lesson in this course. As an English major in my undergraduate studies, I recall advanced grammar courses discussing these topics. Topics such as modal verbs an
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