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Moonachie
From my perspective, this was the most difficult lesson till now, maybe because in my country and as a non native speaker we never saw the phonetic alphabet or put it in practice, but is a must if we
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Mountain Lakes
The unit covered conditionals and reported speech. First the five main conditionals were presented, that is zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed condit
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National
This unit was shorter than previous ones but I think it's foundamental to learn ways to get our students interested in a variety of topics by giving them the opportunity to read and to listen so they
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Netcong
In this unit, I've learned about teaching special groups. First, when it comes to teaching beginners, I should prepare myself with the methodology and the techniques. There are real beginners and fals
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Newfield
This lesson covered theories, methods, and techniques for teaching successful lessons to students. This is an important topic because it covers strategies for the students to learn and discover as muc
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North Wildwood
Continuous forms are formed with the verb to BE plus a past time.If the verb to BE is in the present= present continuous. When the verb To BE is in the past form is called past continuous. Perfect fo
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Oaklyn
During unit 12 we look into productive teaching methods through speaking and writing. With this lesson we look at a couple different topics. The first one being the difference between accuracy and fl
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Ocean Gate
In this unit, there were two video lessons. While I was watching the videos, I tried to to look from a student`s and a teacher`s perspective. From a teacher`s perspective, I have tried to catch the st
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Ogdensburg
This unit contained eight lessons on parts of speech including, nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, and prepositions. With these sections, each one gave a break down of how
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Oldmans
This unit reviewed the two receptive skills, reading and listening. This an important topic as it involves how to pay attention to your students as they engage in different reading a listening activit
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Oxford
This unit focused on the attributes of a well rounded teacher. I learned that an instructor must exhibit a balance of patience, kindness, directness, while having the ability to entertain and motivate
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Peapack-Gladstone
During unit 10, we watched two videos that presented two different scenarios in a classroom. The first video, the teacher directly went to the grammar portion of the lesson of 'what is an auxiliary ve
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Pemberton
I learned how to classify the various ways future tenses can be used. I originally thought that the future simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous all dealt with timing in the future, but
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Pennington
In unit one, we learn about the role of being a good teacher as well as the role of being a good student. Teachers have several roles in the classroom. Teachers are not meant to just be the controller
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Pilesgrove
The information in this unit has refreshed my prior knowledge of the subject. While reading it I recalled the parts of speech and the way they are structured. I have also remembered the theory underly
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Pine Beach
This unit was helpful in that it gave applications on teaching vocabulary. It showed different methods for different applications of vocabulary from grammar to acquiring usable vocabulary. It used the
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Pine Valley
The relationship between teachers and learners could be complicated since the roles of an educator are multiples and require to address the needs of learners based on their age, proficiency level, mot
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Pohatcong
For unit 8, we reflected on future tenses. This included five basic tenses that were separated into their form, usage, common errors, and teaching ideas. The tenses are, future simple, future continuo
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Port Republic
This unit describes general qualities of good teachers and learners. It also lists the expected roles of a teacher, as well as compares/contrasts what teachers should expect when teaching different ag
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Quinton
Unit 15 reviews the different types of tests that educators can use in programs in order to understand the progress and level of the students in their English language development. There are four main
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Riverdale
The English vocabulary is quite vast and will definitely, at times give the teacher the dilemma of what vocabulary to teach. There are many options but always best to see how appropriate will it be fo
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Riverton
This unit focuses on the relationship of a teacher to his/her students, how he/she will be able to establish a good relationship, understand, help, and motivate students. Also, the different roles of
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Rockleigh
This was honestly a tough unit to grasp completely. There were different sections, like annotations that dealt with tone, then others that dealt with tone and stressing syllables or where there's lack
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Rocky Hill
Interesting unit about authentic and created materials that we can use in the classroom. There are many examples of created materials which will help experienced and non so experienced teachers. We ha
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Roosevelt
In this unit, I've learnt about teaching pronunciation and phonology. Different intonations can make the same sentence means totally different, that's why it's important to teach students these knowle
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Saddle River
The unit covered modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The first part of the unit presented modal auxiliary verbs, giving basic rules, a chart with their uses, their present and future as well as t
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Sandyston
This unit focused on the 4 present tenses, at first I also needed to take a more closer look at the differences and how to identify them, especially when pointing out to students their errors when con
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Sea Bright
In this unit we have looked at common problem situations and how to deal with them: how to face with a first lesson, what to use as warmers, how to manage a group with students at varying levels, what
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Sea Girt
I found this particular lesson more challenging than the previous ones. The lesson taught me new concepts of teaching styles and learning which I had never really thought about. Learning about ESA was
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Seaside
In unit 20 I learned the methods used by TEFL teachers when approaching a brand new class. The differences between an existing group and a new group were particularly interesting. As much as you'd wan
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Seaside Heights
In this unit I have grasped which skills are receptive and procuctive skills. I have become fa?l?ar with the reading skills such as predictive skills, scanning, skimming, detailed information, deducti
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Shiloh
Past tenses include past simple, past perfect continuous, past continuous, and past perfect. Past perfect continuous refers to an action that had been going on continuously up to the past we are think
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Ship Bottom
This unit described many of the important aspects of class management such as building rapport with students, having students work in groups or pairs, seating arrangements, and discipline. It is impor
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Shrewsbury
Unit four covered the Tense System, which consists of 12 parts. I actually learned a lot from this unit. Most of this material had faded into the back of my brain somewhere ( I mostly just recalled pa
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South Hackensack
This unit addressed the basics of lesson planning by discussing how a lesson plan should be structured and what should be included in a lesson plan. This unit also provided an example lesson plan and
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South Harrison
In this unit, I got familiar with some methods and techniques such as Grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, Presentaition-Practice and Production, Task based learning, Communicative Language Teaching
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Spring Lake
This unit discussed the basic techniques for teaching new vocabulary, language structure, and language functions. This unit provided information regarding what to consider when deciding upon what voca
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Springfield
This unit is about planning lessons. It's important to plan lessons because it's an aid to planning, a working document, and a record. I should write my lesson planning in a simple way, dong try to sc
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Stanhope
During this unit, I've learnt about the present tenses. There are 4 different aspects in present tense, which are present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. In
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Stillwater
This unit is about equipments and teaching aids. To vary the class, there are lots of equipments we can use to help, like white/black board, interactive whiteboard, overhead projector, visual aids, wo
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Stockton
The whole TEFL course for me is very helpful, over the years people like me who use English as a means of communicating for work, travel, etc have become used to using proper English with correct gram
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Stone Harbor
This unit described the seven future tenses used in the English language as well as in what scenarios each are used. This unit also provided examples of each tense being used in a sentence. It was als
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Stow Creek
This unit addressed the two productive skills of language; speaking and writing and the importance of each. This unit also addresses the difference between accuracy and fluency as well as in which pha
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Surf City
This unit describes the four main present tenses used in the English language: present simple, present perfect, present continuous, and present perfect continuous and provides examples for how each ar
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Sussex
The future tenses are more complicated than the past and present, it needs to be understood more considering there are 7 tenses that students need to absorb. This will probably be the most difficult t
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Swedesboro
Formal testing is necessary in most schools and the teacher should understand the purpose of each type of testing and when to use it. There are a few kinds of tests. Before commencing an ESL course st
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Tavistock
This unit is about modal verbs, phrasal verbs and passive voice. There are a few modals: can, could, should, may, might,need to etc. They are used to express different degrees of obligation, possibili
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Teterboro
During this unit, I've learnt about the past tenses. there are four aspects in past tenses, which are past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. for each one, there is th
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Tuckerton
Among all the lessons, this unit has been quite extensive and difficult. In the future when I start teaching pronunciation, I will have to be very very ready because it almost feels like this will be
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Upper Pittsgrove
This unit discussed the four forms of past tenses used in the English language; past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. This unit explained how each past tense form is
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