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Danbury
It was the last unit. It was very small but very useful! I’ve discovered the most common problem situations that teacher can encounter in the classroom. I’ve learned how to make better the first c
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Danville
From this Unit 7 I have learned four important things that students need to do with new language. I’ve realised that it’s very important to teach new language in a balanced and manageable way. We
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Deerfield
Great way to review the present tense. I can understand how difficult this would be to learn. The present tense alone with the other tenses can be overwhelming. When I first taught English as a sec
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Deering
Gestures, eye contact, teacher's behaviour are all instruments of managing classes. Of course, we can mention here some other techniques, but everything comes to the teacher's ability to control himse
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Derry
In this unit, we are presented with the same lesson being taught twice. We are then asked to analyze the lessons, finding errors and noticing how proper teaching techniques can positively impact the
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Dorchester
Future Tenses? Very complex and tricky in usage but also important to be able to learn how to use them appropriately. the future simple is easy to comprehend and make use of while the future perfect n
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Dover
This unit is about classroom management. It explains how to group students, arrange the classroom, how to give individual attention and maintain discipline. I have learned much of new information. Now
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Dublin
1)Based on your understanding of the unit, which four teaching methods do you think have most influenced current TEFL course? Give a brief summary of each and give reason(s) for your choose. The cl
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Dummer
This unit I have learned about the importance of lesson planning and how to go about it. The instructions for creating a written lesson plan were very clear, because all of the elements in it were des
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Dunbarton
This unit covers the fundamentals of lesson planning. It discusses different approaches to planning a lesson, and providing an example of a lesson plan with accompanying worksheets. I appreciate tha
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Durham
From this unit, I came to know the productive skills, speaking and writing. Speaking and writing are equally important in language teaching field. When it comes to speaking teaching, teachers should e
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East Kingston
I learned a lot about the different roles a teacher can take during a classroom. It was interesting to realize breaking down a teacher's approach into roles can lead to a lot more variety in lessons.
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Easton
Pronunciation is not an easy aspect when teaching English. Specially adults tend to pronounce words the way they are written, so it is very important to teach sounds and not letters. Intonation, stres
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Eaton
A good teacher needs to be passionate about teaching, knowledgeable of the subject matter, a role model for his or her students, able to assess the strengths and weaknesses of each student's language
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Effingham
This unit covered lesson planning. It included reasons why a teacher should plan their lessons, some sample lesson plans, and some sample worksheets that a teacher might use. Preparation is, of course
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Ellsworth
Unit 15 is an outline of the various evaluation and testing that you must do as an English teacher. Placement tests are given before the start of the course to ascertain the students ability levels an
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Enfield
This unit provided a crash course in the fundamentals of grammar. This unit, though a bit complex, is one that I found myself sorely needing, since so much of an English teacher's job is connected to
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Epping
This final unit deals with troubleshooting. The unit mostly concerns with your first lessons as a teacher. Tips are given on what is important to focus on in your first lessons such as building rappor
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Epsom
Unit fifteen covered evaluation and testing. I learned the different kinds of tests, as well as their use. The placement test is used for assessing what level of class a student should be placed, and
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Errol
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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Exeter
This unit was a reminder of my career days, when I had just started studying in university and even from high school I was taught all of this. It seemed overwhelming at the time to be honest, but I le
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Farmington
This unit discussed modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. The grammar units continue to be a humbling experience, and I am always shocked by how much I know but cannot articulate. I found the
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Fitzwilliam
It was very helpful to see the parallels between the present and past tenses, which match up identically with each other. For my teaching in Lao, it will be difficult to help them understand these co
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Francestown
The difference between past tenses is pretty logical and obvious. In theory. People are usually smart enough to recognize grammar forms in texts. For example, "I had been living...." indicates a past
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Franconia
There are many methodologies applied to language teaching. However, it is hard to say which one is the most effective. Some certain conclusions can be drawn. First, students should be more exposed to
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Franklin
From unit eleven, I learned the different reasons for reading and listening, the techniques we use when reading, the possible problems that may arise when teaching and how to avoid these problems. Fur
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Freedom
Having a good plan is obviously important. It doesn't mean you have to write it unless you want to keep it for future purposes. May be you see contradiction between my opinion and unit's content. Let
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Fremont
This unit covers teaching demonstrations. Viewing and analyzing of videos 1 and 2. Bad points in video 1: The teacher did not have an introduction or warm up. He did not define any words and expecte
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Gilford
Receptive skills -reading and listening- are equally important in a language and we should incorporate both of them into our lessons. It is important to differentiate between reading and/or listening
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Gilmanton
 Methods and techniques are very important in teaching a language especially when your students are learning the language as L2. Thus , this unit elaborates on the the teaching theories , methods and
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Gilsum
This unit covered the final English grammar topic in this course. The unit examined modal auxiliary verbs, the passive vs. the active voice, phrasal verbs, and relative clauses. Modal verbs are import
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Goffstown
The Tense System: It's actually a bit complicated and difficult as well. The twelve branches of it is a must master aspect and as such very vital, without knowing how to fully use them as of when rele
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Gorham
The unit covered the teaching of receptive skills, that is reading and listening. The unit discussed reasons for reading and listening, the specific skills in play when reading and listening, and the
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Goshen
From this unit, I have learnt if clause as well as directed and reported speech. During this unit, I understand the importance of different kinds of conditionals, such as zero conditionals, first cond
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Grafton
This unit I learned about materials you can use in the classroom. There are two different categories: authentic and non-authentic materials. Authentic materials are texts or excerpts from newspapers o
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Grantham
As a teacher, assessment of students are very vital for teaching. There are a number of ways to evaluate students, including tutorials, evaluated by the students and different kinds of tests. As teac
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Greenfield
This unit I have learnt the different parts of introducing new language and what to consider when introducing them. With vocabulary, for example, you have to think about how the vocabulary relates to
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Greenland
The unit presented briefly the most common language teaching methods from grammar-translation method to the ESA method which was then detailed. Funnily enough, I wasn't familiar with ESA even though i
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Greenville
Unit 6 contained information on the past tenses. It explained the past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. I found the examples on sentence construction particularly hel
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Groton
This unit covers the teaching of vocabulary, grammar and language functions. It discusses what these aspects entail, what students need to understand for each of these aspects, and general strategies
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Hampstead
Selecting new words for teaching can be challenging. I worked with programms where students study sentences like "My uncle is a doctor" while they don't know how to ask "How much is it?". If you wanna
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Hampton
Part of speech: It is a very important part of English language whereas without the correct usage of them in a sentence it will automatically not give a comprehensive meaning to a speech nor a sentenc
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Hampton Falls
This unit's focus is on how to approach and teach special groups.those special groups are: the beginner (the false beginner ,the young beginner, the adult beginner,the beginner without roman alphabet)
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Hancock
What I have learnt unit 8 During the future tense system I have learnt there are so many different tenseness and idea's used with future meanings. I have learnt about several enjoyable games you can
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Hanover
Any teacher has to know his or her students' level, but it works badly if you just categorize them once. Plenty of students will fall into 2-3 different categories depending on their age, experience,
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Harrisville
It was hard to me to watch the "bad" lesson. Even if that video is a kind of caricature... many people have quite the same experience. Nothing to encourage students; no explanation "because it's very
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Hart's Location
There are 7 different types of tenses used with future meanings. The future simple, usages include future facts and certainties, promises, predictions, assumptions, spontaneous decisions and threats.
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Haverhill
This content is essential for understanding the fundamentals of English. Parts of speech represent the building blocks of the language itself. A familiarity in this will help with explaining the why
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Hebron
The 11th Unit, teaching receptive skills, focuses on reading and listening. Firstly, there are many different ways in which we read, for a purpose, for example, reading a map or learning a new languag
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Henniker
Unit 5 talks about classroom management. An EFL teacher should know how to useeye contact, gestures, voice, children's names, groupactivities in classroom management. Teacher should be able to work
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