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Truesdale
This unit is about the use of teaching materials, such as books, cassettes and CDs, videos, pictures, games, etc… I learned how to differentiate between authentic and created material, how to choose
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Union
In this unit, I familiarized with four things that students need to do with new language:understand how it s constructed and be able to practice it, be exposed to it, understand its meaning.Some lesso
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Union Star
there are a number of ways to assess a student's language level - tutorials, evaluation by the student and tests. there are different types of evaluations all used for different purposes. Placement te
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Unionville
This unit is well organized and easy to understand. Starting from the discussion on the components of a typical sentence, this unit tells me the definition of each part of the sentence. I did have a
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University City
This unit covered the usages and contexts in which one would use the present tense in English. I found the information given to be quite in depth on the topic but I think I grasped it quite well. I wi
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Urbana
The focus of this unit was on course books and lesson materials. The difference between authentic and created materials was discussed. This was followed by numerous examples of created materials, incl
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Urich
This unit covers the receptive skills of reading and listening. It covers reasons for reading, purpose and leisure, and provides examples. It also discusses how people read, i.e. skimming, scanning. P
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Valley Park
The writing of lesson plans is important because it creates a record of what the class has covered, it helps with the entire planning process, it acts as a document to refer to during the lesson. Le
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Van Buren
In this unit I learnt a lot of useful information, such as classroom arrangement to increase the effectiveness and the ease of communication between students in the class. How to use proper gesturing
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Vandalia
This unit presents the phonemic system, explains the various aspects of pronunciation in English and gives ways of teaching them. I was aware of the phonemic ‘symbols’ but was not familiar with th
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Velda City
Future Tenses are probably even more important than two previous – Past and Present – groups of Tenses as they are, from the one hand, more complicated, and, on the other hand, not so widely used
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Verona
Receptive skills: reading and listenning Reasons for reading and listening: for a purpose, for entertainment Use these skills for read and listen: predictive skills, specific information- scanning, ge
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Versailles
This unit covered the passive voice, phrasal verbs, and modal verbs. This chapter was extremely difficult in my opinion, especially since I am still not entirely sure I am comfortable with the rules a
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Viburnum
all the details in the present tense, can be confusing and I can see, even tho it looks easy, how all this can be confusing for English Learners. i would say that , while the forms are easy to make up
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Vienna
I have learned the different the different teaching method, but of all the teaching method, in my opinion, I feel the ESA method is most important as it engages the learners in the lesson. The engage
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Vinita Park
Unit 12 familiarizes us with teaching productive skills, looks at difference between accuracy and fluency, outlines a number of activities for developing/improving speaking and writing skills, techniq
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Waco
This unit focuses on equipment and teaching aid. Globalization is changing a lot of things in the field of Education. There are a lot of different types of teaching aids available for teachers.Teachin
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Walker
As a college graduate who did not study education, I found this part to be extremely informative and believe this could be the most difficult part of being a new teacher. Trying to keep the class fun
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Walnut Grove
In today's lesson, I learnt about articulation and speech organs, place of articulation and the parts of the mouth responsible for forming sounds. I learnt the manner of articulation and how sounds ar
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Wardell
Lesson planning is a very important aspect of teaching English. A good less plan helps the teacher to achieve successful objectives in teaching English in the classroom. A good lesson plan will help t
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Warrensburg
This unit covers future tense. This includes, future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going, present simple, and present continuous. Each section discusses the
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Warrenton
In the first lesson, the teacher starts the lesson directly. He describes today's grammar's meaning to the students without any engage approaches, that make some weak students feel confused and bored.
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Warsaw
This unit focuses on two main subjects; namely teachers and learners. The unit presents the characteristics that a teacher should have in order to qualify as a good teacher, which require the teacher
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Warson Woods
Grammar is an area of English that students think to be the most difficult part. A good teacher should know the grammar well in order to be able to explain the grammar rules to the students. This unit
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Washburn
When teaching receptive skills a teacher can make themselves more effective by applying certain techniques and being aware of a few points. For example, a teacher should remember to select materials t
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Washington
This unit covered the strategies uses to teaching vocabulary, grammar, and language functions to learners. It explained what vocabulary is best to teach and techniques for doing so. Then, the unit dis
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Wasola
There are 4 Present tenses in English: Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect Continuous. We use Present Simple when we talk about routines, habits and general facts. We do not need an auxiliary verb
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Waverly
This unit demonstrates the huge effect the teacher can have on their students. In the first video, the teacher in not very engaging, never using names, not making good eye contact, and coming off as r
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Wayland
This unit focused on what makes a good teacher, as well as a good student. It also gives tips for the teacher when regarding certain situations arising, such as a student's lack of motivation or confi
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Waynesville
Prior to this lesson, I was not aware of the ESA format or all of the options within each section of Engage, Study and Activate. I was also unaware of the different teaching methods, especially the si
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Weatherby Lake
The factors influencing discipline in the classroom, how to remedy indiscipline, maintain students focus on what is taught at all times in class, and my role in discipline as the teacher in all this.
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Weaubleau
Writing lesson plans has lots of functions: an aid to planing, a working document, a record. Besic principles : keep it simple, don't try to script the lesson, maitain the same structure, write the an
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Webb City
In this unit I went over ways to control a classroom and conduct discipline and lessons in a professional manner. It went over the types of seating arrangements, ways to engage with students while hel
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Webster Groves
This Unit is also helpful as the previous one. It thoroughly describes productive skills making an emphasis on their specific aspects and also giving clear explanations about the ways of performing. B
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Weldon Spring
This unit compared successful and unsuccessful teaching methods by giving video examples of each. The first lesson was less successful due to the teachers rude and harsh attitude which confused the st
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Wellington
This is an important unit in this program because it touches on the use of present tenses. Teachers of ESL need to master this area of the instruction because without a sound mastery of the verb tense
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Wellston
In this unit I watched two lessons taught by same teacher and same students.The teaching effiency is quiet different.In the first lesson the teacher did not engage the students very well.He confuses t
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Wellsville
This unit covers the 4 past tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect & past perfect continuous. Past simple is your basic past tense which mentions a completed action; i.e. I went to the par
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Wentzville
My reflection of this course is that I find this course very interesting in the skills set I need to have in order to manage the class effectively. My take from this course is that as a teacher one sh
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West Alton
This unite covered the grass roots of what it means to be an English teacher and a teacher in general. During this unite I learned the different types of Langauge Abreviations such as TEFL ESL etc. an
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West Plains
This lesson explained the roles of both students and teachers and how those roles effect the relationship between an instructor and his/her class. In this lesson I learned that their are multiple role
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Westboro
This unit provides a fair amount of methodologies and techniques regarding English teaching, from popular methodologies to recommended ones, from theories to examples, from corrections to giving feedb
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Weston
In this unit I have learned about the 4 types of Past Tenses, such as Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Continuous. This unit looks at when to use each of these past tenses. We use p
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Westphalia
This particular unit focuses on Modals, Phrasal verbs and Passive voice. This is very important because as a teacher, it is good to know how it is used before other verbs to add to main verb (in its
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Wheatland
One of the more interesting parts of this unit was that differences that adults and young learners start learning a language. Adults are more likely to compare their native language to the language th
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Wheaton
In this unit we looked at the five types of group that are more specialised. These were beginners, individual students, teaching children, English for a specific purpose, and mono/multi lingual. Meth
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Wheeling
Grammar rules such as these continues to be an area which I believe I will need to study more in my spare time. I have learned a lot from these modules, such as the different present and past tenses,
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Wildwood
This unit covers the four past tenses, their structure and usages, the most common mistakes students make while learning them, and gives examples of activities that can be set up in the classroom to g
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Willard
Unit 7 looked at the importance of teaching a new language and the best ways to go about it in order to cover 4 important language aspects: 1. Understanding meaning, 2. understanding structure and con
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Williamsville
This unit covered more specific teaching situations that an EFL instructor may encounter such as teaching business English, teaching young learners, beginning English, multilingual classes, and teachi
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