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Browns Valley
This Unit consisted of the past tense and its different forms. In teaching Past tense the most important factor is to give preference to have students learn and memorize the irregular verbs and their
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Brownsdale
In this module I have learned a lot about pronunciation and phonology. Stress, rhythm and intonation are all used constantly in English to infer different meanings or moods. A normal statement has a r
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Brownsville
The unit focused on lesson planning and how useful it is especially to young or new teachers. The unit covered some basic pros to planning a lesson. Planning lessons can help teachers to be organize
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Brownton
The two lessons in the video are quite different .the teacher in lesson one starts the lesson without defining the concept, thereby making the students to be confused, he further stressed that the to
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Bruno
Useful unit on the basics of teaching English as an second language when you consider that English will be mostly in voice communication for the students and being able to pronounce and see the visual
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Buckman
This unit helps you understand about teachers and learners. For both, the qualities of a good teacher & learner. It helps you to understand the different roles of a teacher, and how all the roles shou
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Buffalo
Unit 15 is about the different ways of evaluating students. such as placement tests, which should be given to new students in order to place them in the right class, practice tests, that prepare stude
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Buffalo Lake
In topics covered in Unit 1, consisted of what makes a "good teacher" and a "good learner" in a new age of learning language, which is more "student-centered" then "teacher-centered." A good teacher s
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Buhl
Unit 9 goes over Lesson Planning. A good lesson plan should act as more of a guide, then a fix structure. There are certain functions of lesson planning. Lesson plans should be an aid to planning, set
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Burnsville
From this unit I learn the basic skills in language, receptive skills including speaking and writing. There are many purposes for reading. I know the way we read and listen and also got some knowledge
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Burtrum
In this Unit, I learned quite a bit regarding theories, methods, and techniques when teaching a language. I learned about ESA lessons and the different stages involved in teaching this method in a cla
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Butterfield
many factors come into play when managing a classroom, the nationality of a group of students, age, their personalities.these factors amongst many others will factor in how the class/kids behave, the
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Byron
In Unit 10 we viewed two videos of the same ESA lesson taught in two different ways to demonstrate effective and noneffective teaching methods. In the first video there were many mistakes made by the
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Caledonia
This unit is about evaluating students. There are different times and ways in which school administrators and teachers will want to evaluate students. One way that teachers can evaluate students is
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Callaway
It's important to understand your students and their level of english to decide what teacher role could be the more appropriate. It should always take in consideration the culture of the student for
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Calumet
From this unit, I've learned about the differences between the usage in present tense. For example, present simple focus more on the action the the subject is doing. Present continuous is when the sub
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Cambridge
This unit, with three key areas of the language that makes for effective learning, deserves serious attention. A perfect understanding and application of these areas-vocabulary,grammar and functions-w
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Campbell
Unit 10, went over two videos of the same lesson. Although each video presented the same lesson, there are key differences between them both. The main differences between the first and second videos a
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Canby
This unit looks at different ways of assessing students' English proficiency at different points throughout their involvement in an ESL course. I liked the brief discussion about the different types o
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Cannon Falls
The teacher's attitude and approach to the lesson has an incredibly large impact upon the engagement and attitude of students. If you come in with a poor or negative attitude, the response will be the
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Canton
This unit is a little more difficult than the present tenses. I am actually having a harder time understanding the usages of the different tenses. Maybe, I am thinking about it too hard. I understand
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Carlos
The present tenses may be difficult to understand and learn because of the native language of the students and because of the verb form. One of the present tenses is formed with the past participle of
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Carlton
UNIT 18 MODALS, PHRASAL VERBS AND PASSIVE VOICE I. Modal Auxiliary Verbs - is a type of verb that indicates modality like ability, possibility, permission and obligation. The 'modals' are: can, could
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Carver
I enjoyed this unit as it covered some great ideas and examples for teaching vocabulary, grammar and language function which is what gives language its depth and versatility. By engaging in hands-on E
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Cass Lake
This unit outlines the qualities of a good teacher and a good student, and shows the relationship between the two. I have learned that there is a good deal to learn about being a teacher, and that kno
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Cedar Mills
This was a great unit! I recognized a lot of the things in here that the teachers in Argentina used. Definitely the Adult English Class at the University utilized the ESA style of teaching. I can iden
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Center City
This unit allowed me to gain incite on my lesson plan for my class. The structure should not be studied as law but as a guideline in order to perform a smooth and ongoing learning environment. I shoul
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Centerville
Teaching young learners is the most rewarding and motivating! Their energy, their happiness, and their smiles can give the teacher so much drive. Their curiosity and ability to absorb every single wor
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Ceylon
This unit focuses on the 4 present tenses, present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. It explains their form, usage and common mistakes that students usually
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Champlin
In my opinion the environment and the successful of the class depends of how motivated and the first impression of the teacher to the students. The teacher´s rol is an important attitude in the learn
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Chandler
The units content of reading and listening skills and how to apply them to teaching English is another example of the skills needed when planning a lesson. The skill in this instance is assessing as f
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Chanhassen
This unit explains about the past simple, past continuous, past perfect and the past perfect continuous tense and how many similarities exist with the present tense. I have learned in the past simple
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Chaska
This unit talked about different types of evaluations. The main types of evaluations include: placement tests, diagnostic tests, progress tests, achievement tests, practice tests and proficiency t
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Chatfield
This unit was covering Vocabulary, Grammar and Functions. Going through the 4 things students need to know to do with a new language; what they are and how to apply them in the classroom. The unit wen
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Chickamaw Beach
It has been very interesting learning again some of tenses that are used every single day in many situation, from the present simple tense to the present continuous going to the present perfect which
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Chisago City
Lesson planning is very important. You cannot only rely on your experience and good subject knowledge. Every lesson should have a structure according to learner’s level, previous lessons, the main g
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Chisholm
This unit has taught me that the role of the teacher is a very complex one. For instance I think that many of the roles of the teacher described in the unit are interchangeable and can overlap, depend
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Chokio
Past Simple: it is used for actions that are finished when time is given, when the time is asked about, actions concluded. Affirmatives we add –ed or –d to the base form of the verb, regular ve
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Circle Pines
Evaluation and testing is useful to measure student’s ability and progression. Before starting course, a placement is often taken to ensure their lessons are at the right level. Early on, a diagnost
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Clara City
The productive skills can be tricky to some students especially if their native language differs a lot from English. Accuracy activities are usually part of the study phase and are concentrated on pro
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Claremont
With any kind of jobs, there are bound to have certain problems or difficulties. With teaching, some of the common problems are how to execute the very first lesson, teaching students with varying lev
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Clarissa
This unit starts from interesting overview about tenses in different languages, that asian cultures have just one tense and slavic cultures have 3, at the same time English has 12 times and for teachi
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Clarkfield
This unit discusses troubleshooting in the classroom. Often students have difficulties in the classroom that don't fit into your presumed lesson plan. It is important to be flexible with your students
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Clarks Grove
This unit first helped to understand the importance and uses of eye contact, gestures, and voice in the classroom as well as the different types of groupings (Whole-class, individual, pair work, and g
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Clear Lake
Classroom management is extremely important. It can be one of the hardest aspects of the job to learn from a text book. The best way to learn is to try running effective classroom lessons. I have been
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Clearbrook
This unit is about the various teaching equipment and aids that can be found in the ESL classroom (or prepared for it). There are different advantages and disadvantages to the various teaching aids, a
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Clearwater
I learned the mods verbs, can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to have various uses when used in sentences. Some are related to re
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Clements
This Unit was more difficult than I expected. Remembering and referring back to the precious units was a bit mind wagging but now I realize that procedures and the steps from beginning a lesson to fi
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Cleveland
I have learned the phonetic alphabet. It seemed intimidating but once broken down it is understandable and an extremely useful tool to help with the correct pronunciation of words. I have also learned
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Climax
Unit #11 is focused on teaching the receptive skills which are listening and reading. It is mentioned that all the skills are very necessary to be equally developed with every student. In this unit yo
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