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Abie
Teaching a new language isn't solely about teaching vocabulary, grammar, or usage by themselves. They must be taught together for a full appreciation and understanding of the language. Some methods us
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Adams
Here, I have learned what makes a good teacher, what makes a good student, and what types of students there are. When creating and conducting a lesson, many factors need to be taken into consideration
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Ainsworth
This unit described the forms and usage of the past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses. It described how each type of word is formed (including required auxiliary
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Albion
From this unit I have learned how to structure a lesson and what type of teaching strategies I could use. The various activity ideas presented in this unit were very interesting and will provide a lot
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Alda
This unit had a lot of information on the best practices for selecting and teaching vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. I liked how after each topic there were bullet points tha
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Alexandria
There are going to be difficulties in every class, but coming to class prepared can go a long way toward having a successful lesson. For teachers arriving to a new class, more time should be spent get
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Allen
This unit covered equipment and teaching aids. It went over various objects, machines and materials that teachers find useful for communicating with students and eliciting language. In addition to com
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Alliance
Im this unit we learn what kind of common problems we may have in our first lessons. It depend if we are dealing with a new or an existing group. we also learned how to proceed in a "warmer" situation
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Alma
In unit three I learned about the many different teaching methods, activities for student engagement, and the correct ways to provide positive feedback to students. I also learned about the ESA or Eng
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Alvo
After completing this unit, I still maintain my belief that working through tense units are the hardest for a native english speaker. It is incredible all the variety of sentences we use without even
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Amherst
This unite introduces the present tense and its many forms. The video is particularly helpful in giving teaching ideas for each of the tense forms either through activities or board work. Already I fe
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Anoka
This unit highlights the qualities of a good teacher, the roles a good teacher as well as what characteristics that make a good learner. This unit is also about how to identify different language leve
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Anselmo
This unit was all about teaching equipment. In a previous unit we learned about different teaching materials that a teacher could use, but this unit focused on the other means of getting a lesson idea
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Ansley
The final unit was about troubleshooting various problems that EFL teachers might encounter. It went over first lessons and how to establish a rapport and evaluate the students. It described "warmer"
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Arapahoe
This unit is about Model Auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs.I think in this unit I learned about auxiliary verbs and what the uses are, and how that impacts present/ fu
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Arcadia
THIS IS UNIT EIGHTEEN OF THE COURSE. THIS UNIT WAS ON MODALS, PHRASAL VERB AND PASSIVE TENSES. HOWEVER THIS PARTICULAR TOPICS OR UNIT IS ONE OF THE DIFFICULT ASPECT OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE GRAMMAR LES
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Arlington
This unit has given me the definitions and rule sets for common parts of language used every day. English syntax is famous for its various irregularities and exceptions. Many native English speakers d
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Arnold
This unit was very academical in terms of vocabulary, and highly informative. I've learned quite a lot of new terms and phrases such as "transitive/intransitive verbs", "superlative" etc. I don't usua
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Arthur
I enjoyed this chapter. It was a great starting guide on how to teach vocabulary, grammatical structures, and its appropriate functionality. I do not agree with all of the activities presented, but I
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Ashland
This unit provided a large list of potential teaching aids to be used in a classroom, along with some advantages and disadvantages of each type. There are many different ways different ideas can be pr
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Ashton
This unit covered the evaluation of students' skills through testing. It went over the reasons for evaluating English skills, before, during and after a course, both for the students and for the teach
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Atkinson
This unit touched on the idea of receptive and productive skills then went into detail on how to teach material that improves the students' receptive skills. With receptive skills, it seems that the s
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Atlanta
Having completed this unit 1, I'm able to know the qualities of a good teacher and her/his roles.Most especially his/her role as a motivator. I equally realized that the roles are employed based on th
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Auburn
Receptive skills are skills used to absorb information about the context of a language. Reasons to read and listen are for a specific purpose, or for entertainment. Skills that can be used are predict
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Aurora
Planning lessons is good practice and a great idea, and should be implemented. I think of it as the skeleton of a body so to speak, well that's the metaphor I would use. And all lessons should include
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Avoca
This lesson was a good reminder for teaching. I have not taught in public or private schools but have been in a teacher setting numerous times. Most of the ideas and concepts are natural to learn, but
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Axtell
Unit 13 discusses pronunciation and phonology, and offers multiple approaches for teaching these to students... which seems appropriate, given that some students will be especially nervous about "mess
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Ayr
When selecting vocabulary to teach, we need to consider the appropriateness to the students, appropriateness to the task or lesson, frequency of use and coverage, and if it is teachability. Students
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Bancroft
When speaking in the present tense there is the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Each one has a particular sentence structure. The Present simple is
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Barada
Classroom management encompasses best practices to ensure your classroom is organized & well managed. STT & TTT are both essential. The way the class is set up also is crucial, and deciding whether or
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Barneston
This unit was about teaching special groups. It covered some types of classes that don't fit the mold of a standard adult EFL classroom. It covered beginners, individual students (1-1 lessons), childr
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Bartlett
This unit tackled what kinds of materials to use for the classroom. Different strategies and ideas were explained in-depth in previous units, but this one summarized those in a way as well as discusse
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Bartley
There are a wide variety of equipment and teaching aids available to assist the teacher. I am especially interested in Interactive Whiteboards (IWB), which I was not aware existed, due to the fact th
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Bassett
This is an especially informative and useful chapter as it laid out the lesson planning process very clearly. There was also many example activities which I can now add to my personal bank for more va
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Battle Creek
I have leared that a good teacher: - Should be kind and patient. - Should really love teaching. - Should be lively and entertaining. - Is able to motivate learners. - Has a good subject knowledge.
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Bayard
The 'modals' are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. They Modal auxiliary verbs can also be used to express differing degree
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Bazile Mills
I have learnt about the present tenses from this unit, include present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. In this unit, i know about the form (Affirmative,negativ
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Beatrice
A fairly short quiz for such an important unit. I am glad that this is near the end of the course as it covers many of the interpersonal relationship dealings that the other chapters touched upon. The
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Beaver City
Unit 17 is about Equipment and teaching aids. This lesson discussed the different types of equipment that teachers use in class. Teachers have many choices in what way they want to present information
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Beaver Crossing
This unit is about the past tenses.he past tense in English is used: to talk about the past to talk about hypotheses – things that are imagined rather than true. for politeness. There are four past
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Bee
This unit mainly talks about the receptive teaching skills: reading and listening. Students usually read or listen for a purpose or for entertainment. When we read and listen, we could use predictiv
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Beemer
In unit 7 I learned the different types of basic language structures I will be teaching and they include: new vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. Also, I learned about how impo
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Belden
What resonates with me are the different roles that a teacher plays when addressing the needs of an ESL classroom and how the teacher can be the motivating force in the classroom as well as a mentor a
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Belgrade
The functions of writing a lesson plan An aid to planning A working document A record. Basic principles of lesson planning: Keep it simple. Do not try to script the lesson. Structure it and try to
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Bellevue
This unit covered various aspects of testing and evaluation for English. First, we looked at tutorials and student evaluation. Primarily, though, the unit focused on testing, which included: placeme
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Bellwood
This unit was about the different types of materials used in the classroom room, and the advantages/ disadvantages of using them. The first type of material that is talked about is authentic materials
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Belvidere
With this unit i learned about the correct usages for the different Past Tenses : Past Simple, Past Perfect, Past continuous and Past Perfect continuous. Now I can identify the most Common student mi
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Benedict
An overview of this unit talk about productive skills which are speaking and writing, it shows that while speaking and writing are substantially different in many ways, they both are used for the same
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Benkelman
This unit covered the parts of speech, one aspect of English grammar. More specifically, it went over types of words eg. nouns, pronouns, articles, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositio
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Bennet
It is truly amazing how as a native speaker I just do not think about these rules. I had to really reflect how my natural patterns fall or don't fall into the rules and where something sounds right b
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