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Strafford
Complete the chart with the present simple tense, using the verb “go” Person Positive Question Negative I You He, she, it I go You go She goes Do I go? Do you go? Does she go? I do not go Y
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Stratford
This is a really useful unit. From two videos I could understand the difference between effective and not effective lessons. The first video lesson was really confusing. Teacher has made many errors.
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Stratham
What I took away from this lesson is that good teachers will likely have good students but the relationship between the two is complicated. Teachers must be able to switch from different roles to best
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Sugar Hill
Similar to Unit 4, in which I learned about the present tense, in Unit 6 I learned about the different forms and usage of verb tenses in the past tense. The past tense also has four different forms: p
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Sullivan
This unit covers the topic of pronunciation. Pronunciation is a lot more complicated than I initially thought. As a native speaker, I take for granted my pronunciation, but reading into the details
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Sunapee
From this unit I have learned many activities which I can use during my Past Tenses grammar lessons. And of course I have reffreshed my knoeladges of all four Past Tenses. I really needed it. Also I
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Surry
Unit five taught me the ins and outs of class management. I never considered using a name at the end of a sentence instead of the beginning to retain attention of the class and using random orders to
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Sutton
This unit covered the different types of special groups that an ESL instructor might teach. In general these groups are beginners, individuals (one-to-one), young learners, business english, and monol
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Swanzey
Unit 17, equipment and teaching aids gives us information about the type of equipment or technology that you may find in an ESL classroom. I myself have used overhead projectors, cassettes, CD's, DVD'
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Tamworth
Managing classes: what I learnt The most interesting part of the module I learnt was, seating the students and the benefits of different table settings. For example, being sat down with the students
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Temple
Teaching aids are discussed throughout this unit, along with various benefits and drawbacks to using them. Because of the amount of aids covered, this unit will serve as a useful future reference; th
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Thornton
From this unit I’ve learned a lot about teaching aids, materials and equipment. I didn’t know that there are so many resources what I can use during my english lesson. It’s a really helpful info
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Tilton
In this unit, I learn the qualities and personality require to become a good teacher. It tells that teaching is about having passion to teach and to care for all the student. As teacher we should care
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Troy
Productive skills: Speaking and writing, It's also a very important aspect of a language whereas if you are unable to speak then there will be no means of communication so also the writing, if you can
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Tuftonboro
This unit gave me many tools to work with, aswell as give me a model for an effectively structured lesson (the ESA structure). I have learnt the importance of engaging your students before jumping int
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Unity
From this very usefull unit I have learned a lot. Thanks to it I had a great opportunity to review such a difficult grammar topics as Conditionals and Reported Speech. I really needed to refresh my kn
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Wakefield
This unit has been quite detailed and informative. I have gained much knowledge from this area. I have also discovered new content. I have done Parts of Speech before and I have just discovered that g
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Walpole
This unit made me realize how difficult it is to learn the English language. I'm originally from Indonesia and we moved to the United States at a young age. I learned the English language not by mem
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Warner
This unit introduced some common teaching methodologies and focused on the mainstay of this course, ESA. I learned about the different varieties of ESA (straight arrow, boomerang, patchwork) and also
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Warren
This unit covers the grammar, vocabulary and their functions. Vocab selection, children's needs and Tehniques for teaching vocabularies. Most importantly I have learnt that for kids to properly unders
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Washington
This unit showed the progression of teaching English from its very basic beginning to the most commonly used and highly accredited form of ESA. Once introduced, the text further explains ESA (Engage,
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Waterville Valley
This unit covered the two of the four basic skills in teaching a language: reading and listening. Reading and listening are receptive skills and there are a variety of ways in which we can use them. I
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Weare
This unit gave me a good refresher of the present tenses and its uses. What I found difficult was thinking why someone made a typical error. I will probably contact a tutor to get some example answers
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Webster
The content of this unit gave me a good overview of the relationships between teacher and students, while also explaining the different roles a teacher can have in a lesson. Most of the material I alr
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Wentworth
As a primary school teacher myself I agree with the comments about what makes a good teacher. I also agree that the teacher needs to find the key to help motivate the students if they do not already h
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Westmoreland
In this unit we could see how teachers should develop characteristics and play different roles that would be essential to accomplish the rewarding task they have undertaken, to teach English as a seco
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Whitefield
Planning is certainly a must in successful teaching. For inexperienced teachers it is very important to go carefully to this unit as it gives detailed and professional guidance on the matter. But not
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Wilmot
This unit covered the teaching of grammar structure, vocabulary, and language functions. It included suggested activities for the Engage, Study, and Activate sections as well as examples of typical l
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Wilton
In this unit I learned about the different types of equipment a teacher can use in his lessons. What I found useful were the advantages and disadvantages of each type of equipment, along with tips how
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Winchester
This unit covered pronunciation and phonology. Though it is not often taught, pronunciation is an important part of English, as meaning can be conveyed through different intonation or stress. I can ce
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Windham
This unit was exceptionally useful because it provided me with a real life example of how a lesson could look. The two video's show big differences that make it very clear to understand what effective
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Windsor
This unit has taught us different tenses in the past, including past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. Then, the content conveys very useful knowledge about their form
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Wolfeboro
The ESA model for teaching is brilliant. First, it encompasses so many facets of learning. This teaching structure allows for the classroom to be fun, energetic, and interactive while still supplyin
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Woodstock
Unit 13 is about pronunciation and phonology. During this unit I had learned the importance of these two points, even when we do not see it that much in English lessons or when the teachers think that
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