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Adrian
The chapter was consistent with what I have studied and experienced during my 40+ years of teaching. My favorite classroom arrangement is horseshoe because I am able to establish eye contact with all
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Advance
I have learned that a teacher has many varying roles in the classroom, and is required to balance all these roles in order to be effective at helping students progress and enjoy learning. Also, being
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Alba
Created materials teacher can use for teaching: crosswords, word speech puzzles, role-play cards, flashcards, gap fill activities, picture stories. Advantage for use authentic materials: real and mor
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Albany
This unit marks the first unit where video lessons are used instead of reading and studying theoretical materials. The unit provides two different videos where the same lesson is being taught twice to
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Alexandria
In this unit i was given two ESA videos to compare, which class is more effective and interesting and what techniques did the eacher used for each class. First class was dull and confusing, because th
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Allendale
This lesson gave me a more detailed understanding of receptive language and the different ways that it can be taught effectively in the classroom. One interesting aspect of this unit that I did not kn
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Alma
This section was focused primarily on the different types of specialized classes I might encounter as a teacher as well as the different dynamics and processes that are important when approaching thes
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Altenburg
Unit 11 focuses on one of the two important sets of basic skills in any auditory language; Receptive and Productive skills. This unit particularly covered the Receptive Skills (Reading & Writing) and
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Alton
This unit covers a wide variety of teaching materials which can help a teacher accomplish various goals in the classroom. Each type of resource also contains advantages/ disadvantages and main usages.
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Amazonia
This unit explained the four Past Tenses. Each tense was given its form useages, which I found very useful, and helpful examples.I found the examples of student errors to each tense helpful. The quest
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Amoret
This unit has continued to build upon points already-observed hands-on phenomena. I have found that a better understanding of these intricacies and the ways to ensure that students learn in an enjoyab
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Amsterdam
I learned the variations of students' and teachers' roles in a classroom. Some of the new information I received was the nuances between a teacher's role as an organizer and a facilitator. As for stud
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Anderson
In this unit I learnt about the future tenses. These include the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous. Next, the unit breaks each form into its affir
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Annapolis
Unit 19 focuses on the different types of classes EFL teachers might encounter. This unit covers five such different groups: teaching beginners, individual students, children, business English and mon
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Anniston
I am excited to finish the Units. Now I can build a lesson using the Engage – Study – Activate model that I am studying. Unit 20 is about common sense instead of revealing new information. During
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Appleton City
Most of the language lessons include new grammar, vocabulary and functions. To organize this kind of lessons teachers can easily use ESA methods to introduce new language. While preparing to the cla
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Arbyrd
in this unit, i bear in mind that modals can be used to express a number of different ideas,such as obligation,possibility,/probability,permission/prohibition,ability and advice. modal verbs don't cha
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Arcadia
This unit was pretty heavy considering that I have not done english grammar for quite some time. Being an english speaker, I rarely have to rely on knowing grammar because I just naturally speak it; n
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Archie
Future Tense System 1.The future simple, form as: subject + shall/will + verb. (e.g. I will put the check in the post.) shall used in making suggestions, invations etc. will generally expresses a st
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Armstrong
This unit concentrated on the teaching of special groups of students. The teaching approaches and strategies identified during this review were not sufficiently differentiated from those which are use
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Arnold
The unit content was very informative and helped to more clearly categorize the part of speech. While before, I could easily tell the difference between nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjective
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Asbury
This unit was very helpful in understanding different ways that the attitudes of an instructor can affect the overall classroom. There were many details in the first video that showed how body languag
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Ash Grove
This unit was about the different types of modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The goal was to highlight specific words that could change the entirety of a sentence meaning or the spotlight atten
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Ashland
This unit is about two productive skills: speaking and writing. It covers techniques and activities that can help both the teacher and student in the English language classroom.In many ways writing is
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Atlanta
This unit looks at future tenses, such as future simple, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous. We use future simple tense to describe an action that will take place in the f
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Augusta
This unit focused on phonology and pronunciation as well as the methods to effectively teach these concepts and skills in a classroom setting. It makes sense that pronunciation is one of the under-tau
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Aurora
This unit is the framework for those who are wanting to become teachers. It's important to know what roles the teacher will play, which roles to use, and which role(s) that will work best for the teac
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Auxvasse
After reading this unit, I that it is very important for a teacher to organize their classroom activities to be more enjoyable and varied because students will stay engaged and interested for a longer
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Ava
In this unit we find topics related to the characteristics of a good teacher, points related to their interaction with students and the difference between them. In addition, we study the different lev
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Avondale
Well, pronunciation is often neglected by teachers, but it shouldn't be done. The aspects of pronunciation (and phonology) are sounds themselves being pronounced in a proper way, stress within a word,
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Bagnell
Unit 3 tackles the different methodologies in EFL teaching that are available to teachers. The unit starts by listing nine of the most common methods and techniques, and outlines the basic principles,
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Ballwin
In this unit we studied about Future tense, it expresses a future event or a future state of being. 1) Simple Future Tense- I is used for an action that will occur on the future. It can be used to ex
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Baring
This unit explains the definition of the past tense an how to use the tense in a different situation. The knowledge is simple but important. The description of each tense in the unit is very in detail
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Barnard
Throughout my entire academic career, I had trouble understanding what the passive voice was. I couldn't control my use of it properly. This caused me a lot of strife. However, thanks to this unit I f
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Barnett
Teaching special groups has lots of peculiarities. Many factors vary, and a teacher has to adapt his methods and techniques. Thus, teaching beginners one should use simple language, be visual and not
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Barnhart
many methodolgies about teaching: grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, presentation, practice and production, task-based learning, communicative language teaching, community language learning, the s
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Bates City
In this unit, I looked at the different ways to introduce new vocabulary and grammar to students plus which methods work best with them. Vocabulary introduction requires a good reasoning for its intro
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Battlefield
This unit introduces the subject of evaluating and testing your students' language skills. There is a wide variety of tests that can be used before, during and at the end of an English language course
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Beaufort
I found this unit to be very interesting as I learned how to teach the different special group, such as the beginners, the young learners the business English learners and the monolingual and multilin
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Belgrade
In Unit 8: Future tenses, it illuminated how to identify, structure, and usage of future tenses including: future simple tense, future continuous tense, future perfect tense, future perfect continuous
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Bell City
This unit was a very brief but concise overall look at young learners and business English learners as well as English beginners in general. Young learners may not be motivated nor very easy to contro
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Bella Villa
This unit was on grammar, vocab, and function. I learned that different activities and structures that are suitable to teaching grammar might not be suitable to teaching vocab. It was also noted that
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Belle
This unit focused on what makes a good teacher and the various roles a teacher might take on during a class, what makes a good learner and described the way different levels of English are commonly cl
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Bellefontaine Neighbors
Unit 8 gives an overview of future tenses: how to form them, which cases use what tense. Future tenses have 7 tenses: The Future Simple, The Future Continuous, The Future Perfect, The Future Perfect C
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Bellflower
I felt that the content of this unit is a good start for the person who is willing to start his career as a teacher, the topics of characteristics of a good teacher and a good learner was successful i
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Belton
In this unit, I have learned how to construct a lesson plan and what goes into it. I am not to sure how I will score on this as it is very confusing on the order of operations of the answers listed. I
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Benton
This unit was very interesting. It's very clear the difference between the two classes. In the first class the teacher didn't seem like care about the class or the students at all, he had no patience
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Berger
This unit covered many of the factors involved in "Planning Lessons". This unit covered the various reasons it can be very beneficial and often encouraged for teachers to plan lessons ahead of time an
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Berkeley
This unit covered the various methodologies used to teach and learn languages over the last few hundred years. This unit discussed the strengths and weaknesses of the various methodologies and how the
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Bernie
This unit covers teaching different types of classes, ranging from individual lessons to business groups or multilingual students. The first section covers the various types of beginners; namely, the
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