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Acworth
I agree to the fact that writing tends to be neglected in most cases as speaking is considered majorly the only aim of learning English language. They should be taught hand in hand , teachers should c
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Albany
I have studied grammar quite extensively and this was quite basic grammar with the list of parts of speech and their description and use, as well as a list of irregular verbs. Therefore I didn't reall
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Alexandria
This unit I learned the differences between controlled, guided and creative activities and when to use them, as well as examples of these activities. In addition, I learned what the difference is betw
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Allenstown
Classroom Management: The eye contact is very vital and accurate, I have learned much about it. The use of gestures is very useful to a teacher and also helps student in understanding easily. Classroo
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Alstead
This unit covers the four aspects of the present tense: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. I found this unit to be helpful, although a bit confusing. Just keeping the names of the t
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Alton
I have learned the structures of the past tenses, as well as their usage and ways to teach them. Going through this material thoroughly again is very good for understanding where the forms take their
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Amherst
Conditionals and reported speech can make our our spoken language a way more interesting. They also can lead us to the point where other people don't understand us anymore. Or, the worst case scenario
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Andover
Similar to the unit covering the present tense, this unit goes over the basics of the past tense, and the four aspects of it. It provides general rules, use cases and regular and irregular verb examp
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Antrim
This unit included the different roles of the teacher, the characteristics of a good teacher and learner, the different language levels, and some general differences between young learners and adults.
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Ashland
Unit 1 examines the qualities , role and responsibilities of both teachers and students in a classroom .I learnt that a good teacher should be kind and patients, really love teaching , lively and ent
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Atkinson
As teachers, we need to have very solid professional knowledge when we teach students. However, we also need to learn and master how to take advantage of some effective teaching aid to make sure the c
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Auburn
in unit 16, on focus conditionals and reported speech. the conditional there are four diferents tenses. zero conditional are situations are generally or always true. first conditional the usages are p
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Barnstead
Teachers should always be prepared to encounter various problems during the teaching process. In order to establish good rapport with students, teachers should always full prepare the first lesson. Ge
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Barrington
Vocabulary, grammar and functions; These are the very basics that students need to know and do with the new language. Students should be able understand it's meaning, how it's constructed and should b
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Bartlett
in unit 10, on focus two diferents lessons. the lesson one, the teacher explain the grammar about have to/dont have to/can/cant. there is a little exercise about fill in the gaps and finally a game ab
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Bath
This unit covered the teaching of vocabulary, grammar and funtions. It was explained how to select the vocabulary to be taught, what the students need to know about a new word. There were techniques t
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Bedford
This unit covered the different types of external exams an EFL student might be faced with, as well as the different types of tests an EFL teacher might choose to administer, and why. It is useful for
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Belmont
Plenty of people agree with idea that "The future is one of the most complex areas of the English language". You even use here some words usually associated with past tenses; that makes Future Perfect
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Bennington
Unit 3 is about theories, methods and techniques to teach English. I had learned different methodologies that we as teachers can apply with our students, such as the silent way or the community langua
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Benton
Unit 19 is about teaching special groups. During this unit I had learned that there are different groups of people to teach, depending on their English level, age, if they want individual lessons, if
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Berlin
Introduction to Grammar - Parts of Speech. This was an important module for me. Although I use parts of speech effortlessly in everyday communication, to dissect english grammar to teach students is
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Bethlehem
This unit looks at the different ways in which a teacher can evaluate her students as well as help to prepare her students for other external exams. Different types of tests can help the teacher to ev
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Boscawen
This unit covered course books and their advantages and disadvantages. This unit is important as it prepares the teacher for the inevitability of having to supplement a bland, outdated, or unsuitable
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Bow
Video lessons: In this lesson I have learned how effective the attitude of a teacher can influence the mood of the students and put them in the right spirit of learning and concentrating as also the e
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Bradford
This unit is pretty useful for practice. I'm even going to print this PDF right now. The most valuable part of unit 3 is the description of ESA activities. Usually I pass the test this way: answer all
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Brentwood
It's hard to overestimate the impact of teaching equipment on the final result of your class. You have to prepare everything that you need. Also you have to predict your reaction on everything that ca
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Bridgewater
I feel that the reflections in this section will come in very handy for dealing with the varied and unpredictable facets that teachers face on a daily basis. I enjoyed the ideas for shaping a classro
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Bristol
From this unit, I have learnt some useful skills about how to manage the class more effectively.For example, to ensure good teaching class, you must know when and how to use eye contact, gustures. You
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Brookfield
From this unit, I also learnt that actually pronunciation teaching matters in languge learning. Intonation and stress are two integral part in language teaching. I further understood what are common w
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Brookline
Lesson planning is very essential for a teacher because it acts like an aid to planning, a working document (a lesson plan helps you to keep the target and gives you something to refer to during lesso
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Campton
This unit I learned about teaching special groups. The beginners can be divided into absolute beginners, false beginners, adult beginners, young beginners and the beginner with no Roman alphabet. All
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Canaan
From this unit I have learned existing teaching material and what are the difference between all of them. I’ve discovered what are the autentic materials and how to use it. I’ve learned how to cho
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Candia
I really enjoyed the ESA structure given within the framework of learning new vocabulary. I also liked the analogy of vocabulary being the leaves on the tree while the grammar is the trunk and branch
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Canterbury
This Unit describes the different roles of a teacher, as well as the various characteristics of good learners. The descriptions of the multiple teaching roles I found extremely helpful, as it infers
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Carroll
From this very useful unit I have learnt what is phonology and how it’s important to know how to teach it. I’ve understood what is intonation and it’s types. By changing intonation we can change
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Center Harbor
Similar to the units on the past and the present tenses, I learned about the various structures of speech for the future tense. Unlike the past and the present tenses, the future tense has seven diffe
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Charlestown
This unit goes over more grammar points, namely modal and phrasal verbs, as well as the passive voice. Grammar is a very complicated subject, and the information presented here only scratches the sur
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Chatham
The first unit is about teachers and learners. It explains how should act good teachers and good students. From this unit I have learned that it’s very important to be patient, active, interesting,
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Chester
Unit 5 is covering the topic on classroom management. I covers the use of eye contact, gesture and voice,grouping the students and its pros and cons, classroom arrangement which covers the orderly flo
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Chesterfield
This unit consists of some important grammartical points, such as modal verbs, passive and active voice, phrasal verbs as well as some clauses. Those are vital for lanaguge teaching, especially to tho
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Chichester
This unit was about the conditionals and reported speech. I learned a lot in this chapter. I had lost the rules for backshifting conditionals and changing direct speech to reported speech. The unit ex
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Claremont
The unit presented the four past tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. For each tense, there was the form, usages, typical errors and sample teaching activiti
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Clarksville
I have learned really much of new information from this unit. I have discovered many existing teaching methodologies, their advanteges and disadvantages. And I’ve realized that for having a good les
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Colebrook
The Manner of approach on meeting new students or existing students is very a very vital feature a teacher must posses. This unit explains the do’s and donts, the teaching skills , how to create a
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Columbia
in unit 11, on focus teaching receptive skills. the principal methods its reading and listening. there are problems reading based on word to word, sentence lenght, strucuture. there are problems liste
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Concord
Unit 12, teaching productive skills, focuses on writing and speaking. Speaking and writing activities can be broken down into accuracy and fluency activities. Accuracy activities are more focused on d
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Conway
As I am from a non-native English speaking country I have had the English grammar explicitly explained to me. Yet this was still very informative and gave me a very good way to explain to others becau
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Cornish
From this unit, I understand there are two receptive skills when it comes to language teaching, reading and listening. Reading and listening can be conducted for a certain purpose or entertainment.Th
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Croydon
This unit covered conditionals and reported speech. This unit was quite complex for me, even though I use these grammar forms all the time without a second thought. It is easy to see how an English le
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Dalton
Unit 14 contained information about the types of coursebooks and lesson planning materials. There are many different types of coursebooks that we can use as teachers. We have to be careful to adapt an
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