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Victory Gardens
This unit is difficult to study. When you read through it all becomes minute variations of the same thing. I wonder if there is a way to simplify it so that it isn't about memorizing terms and what th
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Walpack
This unit was very well explained, well detailed and completely informative, as it has resources we can check later on for our lessons, a lot of different examples of games and ESA plans. Though I, pe
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Washington
This units is about teaching productive skills which are writing and speaking. During speaking teaching, students' accuracy and fluency are two equally important parts. There are different kinds of ac
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Wenonah
Having an idea of the need(s) of the students and targeting it is as important as the lesson itself. As there are vast reasons for a student to want to study the English language this reasons must be
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West Amwell
The unit discussed common problem situations in teaching. The first point concerned first lessons, giving tips and activities to do instead of using the course book. The second point stressed the impo
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West Wildwood
The unit covered evaluation and testing. First it was stated that the students' language level can be assessed either by tutorials, using students' evaluation or by tests. This was followed by a revie
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Westville
There are two productive skills that should be developed in ESL classroom: speaking and writing. They are both important. However, many teachers pay less attention to writing as it takes long and they
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Weymouth
In this unit, I've learnt about troubleshooting, when it comes to teaching, there are some problems that we might encounter, and in this unit, there are some solutions for them. During the first lesso
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Wildwood Crest
This unit helped me obtain a deeper understanding of basic English grammar and how to effectively explain certain aspects to non-native English speakers. It was interesting to realize many of the thin
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Winfield
I learned a lot about how to note the four different versions of past tenses. I also learned that there are regular and irregular versions of past simple verbs. There are similar usages and functional
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Woodbine
I feel like I learned the most regarding the independent, dependent, and relative clauses. I knew that each clause had a subject and a verb, but didn't really know how to separate them from there. Mai
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Woodbury Heights
This unit was a look at teaching methods and in particular the ESA (Engage, Study, Activate) method. It covered how to engage the classroom to keep the students and the teachers' interest by adding v
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Woodland
A teacher can manage his or her classroom using eye contact, gestures, seating, engaging activities, and building a rapport with students. A teacher builds rapport with students by maintaining consist
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Woodlynne
The unit is an overview of grammar concepts encountered by English language learners. Examples of concepts encountered include nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. More complex concepts include ge
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Woodstown
Since this is the third lesson that teach us about tenses and the best methodologies to approach students with each tense, us, as teachers, can understand the topic and the relevance of the pdf file m
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Wrightstown
There are many teaching methods that influence ESL instruction. These methods include grammar translation, audio lingualism, presentation practice produce, suggestopedia, and the lexical approach. C
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