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Goehner
This unit talks about the future tense and it's various usages.It shows both how the future tense are used both in relating an action that will take place or will be taking place in future or actions
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Gordon
Like the unit on present tenses, this unit also gives me the details oh when to use the past tenses, how to construct a sentence using the past sentence and also how to recognise past sentences when r
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Gothenburg
This Unit mainly talks about the teaching equipment and teaching aids. There are a variety of teaching equipment that a teacher could use during the class, including white/black board, interactive w
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Grafton
This unit was very easy to understand and provides many good tips on maintaining control of the classroom while still creating a good environment for learning. I feel from my personal experience as a
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Grand Island
This unit broke down the types and functions of present tenses. I was effectively able to identify whether something is present simple, present continuous, present perfect, or present perfect continu
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Grant
This was a fairly straight forward lesson. I really liked how it brought some of the former lessons back to go through when going through the certain tasks. I really think that is helpful because info
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Greeley
In terms of length, detail and complexity, the material in is this unit was the most over the top lesson and test that I have experienced since my law school exams. However, in an odd sort of way, I
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Greenwood
Present simple tense is to talk about facts, newspaper headlines, habitual actions, directions and instructions, commentaries, present stories, hobbies and scheduled events in the near future. Present
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Gresham
The productive skills of speaking and writing each present unique challenges. Writing is often the most neglected skill because teachers don't want to use classroom time for it. In many ways, writin
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Gretna
In this unit, my takeaways are that it is important to assess myself as a teacher/instructor. It is vital to be passionate about teaching the language but to be more passionate about how my students l
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Gross
THIS UNIT IS UNIT SEVENTEEN AND ITS ON EQUIPMENT AND TEACHING AIDS. THIS PART OF THE LESSON IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT AREAS TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN TEACHING A NEW LANGUAGE. HOWEVER TEACHERS OF A NEW
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Guide Rock
This unit was incredibly thorough and informational. Topics covered included Modal Auxiliary Verbs, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. The section I found most helpful was the Modal Auxiliary Verbs. Th
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Gurley
The second lesson was highly effective. The teacher was positive, used a variety of techniques (including pairs activities) and got all the student involved, going from student to student. I liked t
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Hadar
It's great to see the application for teaching listening and reading skills. How I could conduct a lesson from start to finish focused on listening skills and choose a topic around that. It would be c
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Haigler
The ins and outs of present tense are a lot more complicated then I thought, but it did confirm to me that English is one of the more difficult languages to learn. The rules are so exact, yet for the
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Hallam
This unit broke down various ways you can use the present tense and explained when to use them. Before this unit, I didn't realize how complicated it would be to teach present tense. Never crossed my
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Halsey
It was good to learn some potential problems I may face as a ESL teacher. I believe that establishing rapport and trust is one of the most important things that a teacher can do in any teaching situa
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Hamlet
This was an eye-opener to how much I did not understand about the basic formation of the English language. One of the weaknesses of being a native speaker is that you take all of these rules for grant
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Hampton
In unit 13 I learned all about pronunciation and how sounds are produced. I also learned pronunciation is the most neglected form taught and the least confident form for students. Phonetics or phonolo
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Harbine
This unit covered the two productive skills; speaking and writing. The unit discussed reasons for communication, written or spoken, and the difference between accuracy and fluency. It went over types
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Hardy
This unit taught how to introduce new language to students. It differentiated between vocabulary, language structure, and language function. For each category of new language, the unit specified how t
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Harrison
Speaking and writing are called productive skills. In order to encourage students to speak up, the lesson must employ the following elements: controlled, guided and creative communication. be well cr
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Hartington
Speaking and writing are considered productive skills. Writing is somewhat more difficult to teach than speaking, in part because so little class time is devoted to teaching students how to write. Stu
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Harvard
This unit has helped me to understand how reasons behind problem behaviours and how to tackle such situation is a calm and professional manner whilst respecting school codes of conduct. I now understa
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Hastings
In this unit, I learned about how to approach teaching new vocabulary to students in a way that will make new words meaningful to them. I should teach vocabulary that will be most commonly used in Eng
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Hay Springs
This unit is about the method to teach new language. Firstly, we must teach vocabulary. Teaching vocabulary is very important to get by the language. The difficulty of the vocabulary depend on some fa
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Hayes Center
This quiz required more review than I anticipated. These topics are so interesting to study from the perspective of logical teaching to an individual with no background in the language. I can apprecia
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Hazard
The Class Management unit is a useful guide for organizational purposes. It allow us to know simple ways to animate and regulate the pace of an English lesson. I have learnt how important it is for a
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Heartwell
It is important to understand what makes a good teacher and what the various roles of the teacher are. A good teacher will understand the differences between young learners and adult learners and adj
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Hebron
All classrooms should have a board of some kind, orflipchart. Itis importantfor all boardwork to be planned and organised.Interactive whiteboards, often referred to as IWBs or smart boards, are increa
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Hemingford
THIS IS THE LAST UNIT OF THE COURSE. IT WAS A VERY GREAT TIME FOR ME TO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT LEARNING HOW TO TEACH ENGLISH LANGUAGE EFFECTIVELY USING VARIETY OF METHODOLOGIES AND OTHER WAYS. B
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Henderson
This unit tries to clear the confusion when changing direct speech to reported speech however there are always exceptions. The unit highlights some very basic and useful rules to follow when changing
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Hendley
The unit covered popular grammar points for the ESL environment. The unit made me appreciate the complexity of the grammatical structures and the grammar itself, and also made me consider ways to cont
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Henry
This unit is the final unit. It teaches us what could be the common problem and situations regarding a new teaching position and how to face them. For example, it is important to know in advance if th
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Herman
Chapter 3 was quite long indeed covering EFL methodologies, mistakes and feedback. I have come to understand the various teaching methods that were used way back in time and some are still being used
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Hershey
This unit touched on the issue of classroom management. It taught me about being mindful of positioning students in ways that maximize student learning and interactions. Preventing discipline issues c
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Hickman
In this unit I learned about the levels of student knowledge. What makes a good teacher as well as the types of roles the teacher in the class room. I learned a little about when I should use each rol
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Hildreth
In unit 6 I learned the four different past tenses: simple past, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. I learned about the different ways to elicit each tense and how to differen
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Holbrook
This unit talks about teachers and learners, we need to understand each role to know how to act in the classroom. Our duty as a teacher is to know how to behavior in class, knowing when we should part
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Holdrege
Unit 3 was absolutely overwhelming in terms of its helpfulness and informativity. I didn't know about ESA methodology. It helped me to organise my lesson plans better and I felt more confident in the
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Holstein
THIS UNIT WAS SO INTERESTING DUE TO THE FACT THAT I LEARNT NEW SCENARIOS. HOWEVER THE AIM OF THIS LESSON WAS TO ENABLE STUDENTS USE THE PERFECT FORM OF THE PAST TENSES IN COMMUNICATION AND ALSO FORMIN
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Homer
In this unit I learned about various methods of communicating to students , not only verbal , butt also things like how to use gesture and eye contact. I learned about different ways of arranging the
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Hooper
Because I have done so much teaching over the years this section was mostly giving me “top of mind” awareness of things I know and currently practice. From using body language and seating arrang
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Hordville
It was great to see the skills in action of an effective English teacher and an ineffective English teacher. It was nice to be able to compare them side by side. It was cool to see how the teacher in
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Hoskins
Grammar concepts such as the past tense are ways of expressing our actions in English very specifically. Since ESL learners may use their native language without this specificity, it is important as a
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Howells
Lesson planning is very important for inexperienced and experienced teachers alike. There are many forms of lesson plans but the kind of lesson plan one makes will depend on the individual. Some peopl
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Hubbard
This unit really helped me understand things that I already inherently know as a native speaker. Specifically, it helped me think about how I would explain these concepts to a non-native speaker. For
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Hubbell
This unit was on teaching pronunciation and phonology. The beginning of this unit was really useful on learning about intonation. Intonation is the rise/ fall, or the fall/ rise of the english languag
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Humboldt
Teaching different groups involves different challenges. A good teacher will devise different approaches and methods depending on the group. The main challenge for children learning English is their
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Humphrey
I found unit 15 very interesting. I loved the fact that it was easy to grasp, straight to the point, brief and the content was more of general knowledge. I have learnt the different kind of tests that
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