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Livingston
I have a greater understanding of the english language usage. Even though I am fluent in english (I am an American) I write everyday at my job. Replying to requests, via email, written or verbal. The
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Livonia
Likely one of the shortest units we've covered so far, we briefly discussed the things to consider with one's own coarse book-material. The considerations rounded up authentic vs. created materials an
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Locke
This unit expains various teaching materials available and how to make the best use of it. The unit particularly concentrates on the use of textbooks, explaining how to choose them as well as their ad
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Lockport
Unit five focus on the section of classroom management. It gives a theoretical basis about teacher's physical presence, gestures and voice in the classroom. It also gives an information about students
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Lodi
This unit talked about the different types of tests that teachers can use in their classes. It was useful to learn that different types of tests serve different purposes- for placement, determining wh
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London
This unit was about pronunciation, talking about where put stress in sentences and within words as well as how to pronounce individual sounds and words. I learned a lot in this unit because as a nativ
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Long Lake
This unit is very complex and interesting. This was a good revision for me on how to explain student about tenses. When we use these tenses in daily life we often forget how we had learnt them and why
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Long Rapids
Unit 18 covers the grammar of modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modals are a type of auxiliary verb which modifies the main verb in aspects such as obligation, probability, permission, and abi
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Loretto
Unit 14 focuses on the proper use of textbooks and teaching materials when teaching a class. Materials are generally split between authentic materials which are materials drawn from real world sources
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Lost Lake Woods
This is the 2nd of three units on Grammar. The first was on the Present tense and this one is on the Past tense; the future tense follows. This unit is similar in structure as the structure of the Pre
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Loud
In this lesson we discussed the different sounds in English, and ways we pronounce them. I found the phonemic alphabet particularily interesting and somewhat alien. During the test, it was fun trying
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Lovells
Tests are usually a good tool to measure and keep track of a student's progress and what they learn. Some teachers can measure a student's progress by observing them with daily interaction and activit
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Lowell
This unit began with an in-depth look at modal auxilary verbs. They add meaning to verbs. For example, they can turn the verb “run” into “must run”, which adds a nonnegotiable aspect to the
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Ludington
In this unit, present tenses are gone through with multiple layers. It's not simple about present tense, but also keeping in mind the present perfect or continuous tenses. It goes through each one and
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Luna Pier
This section on evaluation and testing is definitely a necessity in all phases of the English teaching process. While teaching how to teach is essential, all of this could be in vain if we as educator
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Lupton
This unit was an introduction to teachers and learners. I have learned what a good teacher does, like motivating, instructing, controlling and correcting the students. I have also learned that there a
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Luther
Conditionals are sentences with "if" or "when" that refer to possibilities in the past, present, or future. There are five types, including zero, first, second, third, and mixed. Each one uses slightl
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Luzerne
As a native English speaker, grammar comes naturally to me. I learned a lot of things, such as the difference between transitive verbs and intransitive verbs. I also learned the proper definitions of
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Lyndon
This unit explained conditionals and reported speech. There are 5 conditionals mentioned in the unit. They are the zero conditional which is used for known logical facts, first conditional which is us
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Lynn
This unit made it clear for me that even more “complicated subjects” can be explained in a simple manner. I think both the conditional and reported speech often lead to confusion and, are not so e
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Lyon
Unit 14 covered the types of materials used in an ESL classroom as well as the use of course books. It established the difference between authentic and non-authentic materials, highlighting the advant
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Lyons
Phonetics is the branch of linguistics that examines sounds in a language. The IPA can be helpful for studying a language, especially languages that use letters that are silent or have multiple pronun
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Macatawa
I enjoyed this unit. It was not overwhelming in the amount of material and made sense along with the other lessons. I think the units about receptive and productive skills could have come at the begin
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Mackinac Island
This unit gives a brief overview of different parts of speech and their function. Introduction of parts of speech is the first basic lesson related to grammar.Each word may have more than one part of
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Mackinaw
This unit showed how teachers can explain and teach pronunciation and phonology. What I learned was that even though teachers might be confused with these concepts, students can have great value in le
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Mackinaw City
Unit 18, the last grammar unit of this course, focuses on modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. This unit was helpful in building on the past gramma units while int
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Macomb
This unit went over the importance of speaking and writing skills. Seeing as this unit followed the receptive skills unit, it is appropriate that it is on productive skills. Developing students' produ
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Macon
This unit gave me a useful update on the newest technological means used nowadays in te classroom, as well as their advantages and disadvantages. It also gave a good review of the traditional and even
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Madison
The forms and usages of the past tense is very similar to the present tense concept which comprises of four tenses namely; simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. They have all the subjec
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Madison Heights
This unit covers the receptive skills, reading and listening, and how to teach them. These skills are mainly used for two things: 1) to achieve a particular purpose and 2) for entertainment purposes.
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Mancelona
This unit was extremely interesting for me. I am quite confident with understanding of verbs adjectives etc, but learning about superlative adjectives and comparative adjectives I found really helpful
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Manchester
As a teacher, I try my best to pre-guess what questions and problems my students will run into. Surprisingly, I am often wrong. The things I think they'll have trouble with, they often end up learning
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Manistee
There were two videos included in this unit, demonstrating one successful language class and one that was less successful. The first lesson did not feel very prepared, he complained about the students
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Manistique
This unit included information about the advantages and disadvantages of using authentic materials vs. created materials. The lesson also gave an introduction to the benefits and potential pitfalls of
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Manlius
I found Unit 3 to be quite interesting, especially the background information that the video provided regarding the formation of, an the concepts behind each methodology. Particularly how culture an h
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Mansfield
Special Groups include beginners, individuals, or clients taking one-on-one lessons, Young Learners, Business English clients, and Monolingual vs Multilingual classes. The needs of Special Groups vary
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Manton
In this unit we reflected on productive skills which are reading and writing. The unit further went into detail, and included why people communicate. For example for interest of information. The diffe
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Maple City
This unit discussed a lot of good information on dealing with students in class. I learned that for your first lesson you really want to try to build a good rapport with your students and try to get t
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Maple Forest
Simple past tense is for indicating an action that has been completed. Past continuous tense is an action in progress at a specific time in the past. Past perfect tense, is with a past action with a p
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Maple Grove
The grammar part of the language is always a difficult part of the lesson. It could be really boring and I usually use the board for the first 10 minutes of the lesson and after 10 minutes of study st
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Maple Rapids
In this unit, we watched two videos of the same teacher in Thailand. In the first video, it was very obvious to viewers that the teacher was ill-prepared. He seemed like he had a bit of a temper, was
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Maple River
This unit was beneficial in clarifying the usages of modal and phrasal verbs. This helps to give further meaning to statements, resulting in a better understanding on the part of the listener. I also
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Marathon
This unit helped me to remember from a rather broad perspective the basis of what we call "parts of speech". Honestly speaking I think I did not learn anything new here, as I was pretty knowledgeable
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Marcellus
This unit introduces the different teaching aids and equipment that can be used during a lesson in order to have a variety of activities able to stimulate the students and attract their attention. The
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Marengo
This unit includes a wide and detailed range of information about tenses, their usage and the methods through which they can be taught effectively and appropriately. Students may find future tenses th
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Marenisco
In this unit, I was able to study about how to teach receptive skills. After completing this unit,I came to know that both reading and listening skills are equally important for students. That's why t
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Marilla
There are several problems that are universal to almost all English teachers. Some of these are the intimidation of first lessons, using effective warm-up exercises, teaching classes with a variety of
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Marine City
This unit was in my opinion the most enriching and interesting so far, as managing classes is the basis of a lesson's effectiveness. Many different factors are to be taken into account to achieve prod
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Marion
This unit thoroughly covered the different types of groups a teacher might be likely to encounter. My personal favorite part was the one regarding Business English, since people who are looking for th
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Markey
This unit was a briefing on the parts of speech in the English language. The unit start out with nouns, categorizing them into simple, proper, compound, abstract, and collective. It also talked about
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