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Bennington
This unit is very important because we learn how to manage our class and how to get our students attention trough eye contact, gesture and our voice. We also have learned how to group our students and
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Bertrand
I learned that how a teacher presents a lesson is just as important as what the lesson is teaching. The motivation for lesson planning should include the answers to who is the teacher teaching to, how
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Berwyn
In this unit explains the Tense System theory. The seven most common are as follows : The future simple, The future continuous, The future perfect, The future perfect continuous, Be going + infinitive
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Big Springs
This unit covered teaching vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. In it, I was able to learn how to gauge the easiness in teaching certain vocabulary, grammar, of language functions. For example
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Bladen
Looking back through this unit and reflecting has led me to believe it is easy to see how the inner workings of the past, present, and future tenses can be the most challenging for English learners. T
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Blair
The simplest form of a structure is the basic sentence. In it must consist of at least one subject and verb but usually always contains more words. Therefore each word in a sentence can be classified.
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Bloomfield
In unit five I learned about classroom management and what is important to bring to the classroom as a teacher. I learned about the correct ways in which to use eye contact, gestures, and my voice. I
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Bloomington
The future tense in the english language is the most complex of them all, since there are many meanings and messages that are possible, with various scenarios available. The future simple uses subject
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Blue Hill
This final lesson in verb tenses was a great conclusion to this series of grammar lessons on verb tenses. I feel very confident with the principles in past, present, and future. After this lesson, I c
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Blue Springs
This unit particularly helped me get into the details of the English dialect. Most of the content covered techniques of pronunciation and phonology. What I found most helpful was how detailed the expl
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Boelus
This unit was about troubleshooting common problems and situations. Some of the situations this lesson went over was the first lesson, warmer activities, different levels, large classes, use of native
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Boys Town
Unit 13 is about pronunciation and phonology. I learned that teachers should set time to teach phonetics to students. Phonetics will help students how to pronounce words correctly and to give mor
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Bradshaw
The way a teacher conducts himself/herself sets the tone for the whole lesson plan. During the first video, there were many mistakes the teacher made which lessened the effectiveness of learning for t
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Brady
Unit 12 describes goals and methods for teaching the productive language skills of speaking and writing. While most teachers and often, most students, would prefer to focus on learning to speak accura
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Brainard
THIS IS UNIT THIRTEEN AND IT IS ON TEACHING PRONUNCIATION AND PHONOLOGY. HOWEVER ITS A VERY IMPORTANT LESSON TO KNOW BEFORE TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE. BECAUSE THIS LESSON ACTUALLY PLAYS A GREATER ROLE
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Brewster
This unit taught me about effective and ineffective teaching methods and how the attitude of the teacher can really make or break the ability of students to learn well. The first video was almost pain
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Bridgeport
This unit is a unit talking about grammar. the Unit consists of 3 parts, models, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. Modal Auxiliary verbs consist can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would
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Bristow
Most of these I knew it when I was as a student at the university. In this unit we can see different types of simple tense in English. The most easiest is present simple tense. We use the present simp
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Broadwater
There are thousands of words but they don't do the same job. For example - some words express action - some words express things - while some words are joined one word to form another. General what
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Brock
M this lesson I learned how to create a useful lesson plan. I learned the important information to include in the plan and also what is not necessary to include. I learned how to use it to plan and re
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Broken Bow
This Unit allowed me to reflect on the necessary components of carrying out a lesson. The detailed descriptions reminded me of simple tasks that can prepare a teacher for a smooth class. Things such a
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Brownville
This lesson I really liked because it helps to understand the characteristics of the psychology of students and how to build material to choose tasks for the lesson based on the characteristics of the
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Brule
This section I stubbled with a little more as the more I researched it the more I found that activities could be placed in numerous area from Elicit, Study to Activate depending on how you structured
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Bruning
There are five types of conditionals, zero, first, second, third and mixed. The zero conditional is usually if/when statements. The first conditional is typically if/will. The second conditional is if
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Bruno
This unit touched on how to prepare an effective lesson plan that includes an objective, teacher’s aim, procedures, materials needed, timing, and even unexpected problems that may arise with the stu
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Brunswick
This unit has given me some great ideas on how I can work on the balanced approach towards the incorporation all of the receptive skills into my future lessons. The material sample in the unit is per
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Burchard
Past tenses are another important aspect of English grammar. There are some difficulties posed by this rule because of irregular forms as well as distinguishing between the past continuous and the pas
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Burr
The 3d unit is mostly based on theoretical questions. It consists of three main parts: the methodology of teaching English as a second language; the "Engage, Study and Activate" concept of planning th
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Burton
This unit covered stress, intonation, phonology, and how to teach pronunciation to ESL/EFL learners. I was never sure how to teach this topic to others, so this unit gave me a lot of great ideas. Howe
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Burwell
This unit taught about the different past tense forms, how to use them, and gave comparisons about how they are different. All of these forms are pretty self-explanatory and should be easy to teach. F
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Bushnell
This unit exhibits the study of phonology with an emphasis on stress, rhythm and intonation as well as the use of the International phonetic alphabet. This unit also gives examples and tools to teach
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Butte
In this unit, I have learnt about the qualities of a good teacher and good learners. Overall, not only does a good teacher need to have the right personality and passion for teaching, they also need t
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Byron
THIS IS UNIT ELEVEN. IT SEEMS TO BE A VERY SHORT A UNIT WHICH ACTUALLY LINK MOST OF THE PREVIOUS LESSONS TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. IN THIS PARTICULAR LESSON, IT IS OBVIOUS THAT THE STRAIGHT ARROW ESA L
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Cairo
I learned quite a bit from this unit. For example, I never really considered the difference in nuance between using the future simple and "going to" for the purposes of making predictions and stating
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Callaway
This wide ranging unit covered modal verbs, the passive voice, clauses, and phrasal verbs. For modal verbs, the uses, grammar and implications of the auxiliary verbs were taught, along with how their
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Cambridge
I found the possible activity ideas for the engage, study, and activate portions of the lesson helpful. The engage, study, and activate part of the lesson can all correlate to an activity or task to s
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Campbell
In productive skills, writing is the most neglected. Students should be encouraged by having topics relative to their experiences. Accuracy and fluency are two major areas teachers are concerned with.
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Carleton
In unit 18 I learned about Modals, phrasal verbs, and active versus passive voice. Furthermore, I learned some of the basic rules for modal auxiliary verbs such as they are used to express the followi
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Carroll
This unit presented an overview of the main parts of speech in English: nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, pronouns, conjunctions, and prepositions. There are sub-categories within each par
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Cedar Bluffs
This unit effectively described and broke down certain details of engagement in the classroom. I was able to learn the different approaches students may have in their receptive skills and why they may
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Cedar Creek
By completing this unit, I found reading and listening seems to be an interesting area to teach in tefl. With there being a large abundance of information and props, it will be easier to keep the inte
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Cedar Rapids
With the proximity in definitions and usages of some future tenses, this unit effectively helped me solidify my understanding between them. Throughout the lesson the detailed explanations of usages an
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Center
In unit four I have learned about the four different present tenses. Present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. I learned that the continuous tense verbs end
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Central City
I learnt from watching the videos that a positive attitude is very important for teaching students, the first video i found it hard to even watch due to the negative feel. The second was easy and fun
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Ceresco
This unit was very important to reflect concerning the future tenses - how complex it is, because there are many tenses abd ideas that can be used to express future actions, for example the future sim
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Chadron
An overview of this unit show course books as an emotive issues for many teachers, where some teachers swear by them while other teachers despise them, it also shows that in an ideal world schools wil
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Chambers
Many characteristics make for both good teachers and good learners, and being aware of these aspects can be critical in terms of teaching in a way that is valuable to students and keeps them engaged.
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Chapman
This lesson helped clarify the roles and attitude that is expected from a professional teacher. Basic methods of teaching are quickly divulged while giving a strong context for their application. The
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Chappell
This unit has taught me how important the basic knowledge of a language can be and it made me think about the best way to teach it. How could I make it enjoyable, interesting, challenging for the stud
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Chester
This unit covered conditionals and direct speech/reported speech. This unit was really interesting for me because I did not realize all the complexities that go into transferring something from direct
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