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Shelly
In unit 12, I have learnt that both speaking and writing are known as productive skills which include playing games as well. I also learned that in language communication speaking verbally is a prefer
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Sherburn
This unit covered basic grammar. Much of this is very simple for any native speaker. The following subjects were briefly covered: - What is a sentence - Parts of speech : - Nouns - Adjectives: comp
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Shevlin
This unit I think was one of the more crucial ones in terms of grammar. I found the phrasal verbs to be especially difficult and had to do some extensive reading. While we use these naturally knowing
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Shoreview
WHEN TTEACHINGAND IMPARTING KNOWLEDGE ON STUDENTS IT IS IMPORTANT TO CHECK HOW FAR YOU HAVE ACTUALLY MOVED IN TERMS OF CHECKING THE KNOWLEDGE OF STUDENTS. CHECKING YOU PROGRESS WILL TELL YOU HOW FAR Y
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Shorewood
In Unit 1, I have learned and acquired a better understanding of what makes a good teacher. ''Someone who really cares more about the learning of the students than he cares about his teaching''. Of co
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Silver Bay
The unit about evaluation and testing shows how to give feedback on what the students have learnt and to check their progress in English as a foreign language. The teacher should learn to know her/his
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Silver Lake
This unit was a useful overview about how to leverage the use of available materials and how to maximise their efficiency. The key is to understand the level of the students as well as their motivatio
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Skyline
The one of the most important parts of teaching English is to help people to understand general statements of the language they study, especially if the students are kids or people who belong to dista
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Slayton
it is very important how a teacher begins a lesson, before you get deep into the content it is important for a teacher tobe able to engage the student and draw them into the lesson. being able to get
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Sleepy Eye
The unit focused on speaking and writing skills and how the difference between accuracy and fluency is important to bear in mind for lesson structure. Writing can be tough for foreign students and it
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Sobieski
This unit outlined useful practices for teaching students to write and speak. Although I have always considered the skills of writing and speaking to be very different, the text seems to suggest that
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Solway
This unit is focused on the productive skills - writing and speaking. Speaking can be summed up to two things - accuracy and fluency. More important is the fluent part as it is primary not to correct
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South Haven
A successful classroom management is established by the presence of the teacher and the environment of the classroom. When a teacher provides an effective classroom management, it promotes a positive
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South St. Paul
This unit was about the use of authentic materials in a classroom and created materials (made by the teacher or assembled by the teacher). It lead to the use of course books, their advantages in a cla
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Spicer
this unit examines the qualities, roles and responsibilities of a good teacher as well as a good student. A teacher is considered good based on his personality attribute(kind, lively, loving,patient)
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Spring Grove
To be honest with you, I rarely teach phrasal verbs because it’s so difficult for students to understand. Every once in a while I’ll pick everyday words that we use because they don’t seem like
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Spring Hill
This unit comprises the real meat of teaching techniques. I have really learned a lot about how to teach. ESA is phenominal. It can be used across any discipline. I agree that it is so important to en
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Spring Lake Park
Unit 11 has taught me that, reading and listening are two major components of receptive skills. Hence, the way we source or gather information is very important as we usually read for a purpose or
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Spring Park
The grammar-translation method has been widely used in Korea. As a result, most adult Koreans don't know how to speak English because it's not the most effective method for communicating in English. I
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Spring Valley
for a brief overview of this unit, it was very interesting. for my own experience teaching young children english, i was quite happy to see that having the right balance with correction and praise is
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Springfield
This unit focuses upon vocabulary, grammar and functions. It is vital to remember that these need to be taught in balance and in manageable ways to best benefit learners, and to focus upon one element
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Squaw Lake
UNIT 4 FUTURE TENSES Here in this unit, all of the word structures that makes up future tenses are covered. I have read it is one of the most complex areas of the English Language but for me, I think
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St. Anthony
When Thought I had done the most difficult units, then came unit 18. I was advised not to be afraid of phrasal verbs. I was a bit afraid be even more afraid now after taking the test. however, I am g
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St. Anthony Village
Receptive skills is the understanding of information you receive when you’re listening and when you’re reading. There is no need to produce language, but to receive and comprehend the language th
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St. Augusta
This unit focused on the both the teacher and the learner. The teacher's role in the classroom is very essential for the learners to learn. The teacher must be a manager, an organizer, an assessor, pr
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St. Bonifacius
Being a native English speaker I do not often think about how we use the different tenses in daily life. I am more content to keep on believing there are just three tenses but after reading through th
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St. Charles
Valuable unit on how to prepare for a class. This unit is for anyone who is either starting to teach or who is an experienced teacher wanting to improve their teaching. I learned that preparation is e
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St. Clair
When using textbooks should always consider different things like price, availability, design, teacher's guide, etc. This considerations will help the teacher to choose the right book for a particular
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St. Cloud
When teaching children try to speak slowly and use a higher pitch and exaggerated intonation. Children who are new to English tend to pick up words faster than adults on their same level. In my partic
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St. Francis
This short section is a useful conclusion to the TESOL training. We discussed special groups already, so there are several more problems a first-time teacher may encounter. This unit has me thinking o
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St. Hilaire
This unit reviewed the basic parts of speech by breaking down grammatical points and sentence structure. It provided the logical reasoning behind each part of speech and followed with an example. Alth
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St. James
There are common problem situation that can arise, especially for new teachers. First classes should be prepared well as they set the tone for the rest of the course. They should be engaging, build ra
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St. Joseph
In this unit, we covered the importance of teaching vocabulary, grammar, and functions, and what goes into teaching each category. The unit gave suggestions and examples for sample lessons and exercis
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St. Leo
The unit main argument is how to effectively plan and deliver a lesson; planning a lesson is very important in order to achieve results and make lessons various, interesting and effective; however, th
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St. Louis Park
The focus of this lesson is on how to use the multiple tools in teaching English to students. One of the first and for most is the ability to use a white board to it's full strength. This can be achie
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St. Martin
This unit taught me how to use eye contact, gestures and my voice to control my classroom. It also taught me to use students names when acknowledging my students and during a class activity. I learnt
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St. Marys Point
This unit gave me very clear definition of a 'good teacher'. Now I know how important is rapport between the teacher and his/her students. Something that changed my mind about teaching was sentence th
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St. Michael
This unit discussed the conditionals and the differences between direct and reported speech. Firstly we went over the types of conditionals and their uses. The zero conditionals are created in the fol
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St. Paul
This unit gives a detailed explanation of the different types of learners that an ESL teacher may encounter worldwide. The various different learner groups all have very different needs. And, although
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St. Paul Park
The unit focused on textbooks and other course materials such as authentic materials and created materials like flash cards or word puzzles. It outlined some of the advantages and disadvantages of usi
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St. Peter
This unit lays out the importance of correct body language from the teacher as well as the physical organization and response that must come from the teacher at all times during class. It clearly give
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St. Rosa
This unit was about production skills, which are speaking and writing. There are some different reasons students would be hesitant to speak and some strategies teachers can use to encourage student
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St. Stephen
Wahou...I loved this UNIT I 've learnt so much and at the same time I realised how one needs a lot of experience in order to feel confortable and able to master the ESA methodology fluently. I totall
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St. Vincent
Most sentence form for present tense follows a basic requirement of a subject, verb, and auxiliary verb or past particle. Typical mistake often occurs when the order of the words is wrong. Additionall
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Stacy
The theories, methods and techniques were clearly defined and explained in this unit. The learnings will be very helpful in teaching English language in the future. It would be easier to choose which
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Staples
From this unit, I learned that past tense can have irregular verbs and that "-ed" doesn't always applied to words that described past actions. Certain word usage requires a change in the word to have
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Starbuck
In this unit are given examples about the problems that may occur during the teaching process and the issues the teacher can face in the classroom. In the unit are shown the concerns that may occur du
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Steen
Unit 1 examines the qualities , role and responsibilities of both teachers and students in a classroom .I learnt that a good teacher should be kind and patients, really love teaching , lively and ente
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Stephen
I've studied phonology in university.I know phonology class is quite intensive and complex even for intermediate levels. By adapting simple words and many pronunciation exercises and drills with visua
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Stewart
This unit looks at the different qualities that make a good teacher and make a good learner; in addition, it looks at the different roles that a teacher may need to take in a given class period, and i
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