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East Greenwich
This unit introduced and covered information with respect to teaching young children through teaching adults in a business setting. It gave useful information with respect to assessing language levels
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East Hanover
This unit covered teaching a new language (English Language in this case) to students focusing on the vocabulary, grammar and functions of the language. Examples of types of ESA that can be applied wh
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East Orange
What I gained from this unit is the need for the teacher to take on a variety of roles. hSe or he cannot just stand in front of a class and teach a lesson but must have her pulse on the class itself.
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East Rutherford
This unit focuses on one of the most neglected aspects of teaching English: pronunciation (and phonology). One of the first things an ESL teacher can educate their students in is Intonation. This is
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East Windsor
This unit is about past tenses and their different uses. Past tenses relate to past time periods. There is similarity with present tense in that there are four key aspects to past tenses: past simple,
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Eastampton
In this Unit, introduced the importance of writing down a lesson plan,it has so many functions such as An aid to planning, A working document and A record, it also helps inexperienced teachers to be a
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Eatontown
This unit taught the various ways in which you can teach language depending on what you are teaching: vocabulary, language structure or function. While the ESA (Engage- Study- Activate) approach works
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Edgewater
I appreciate the approach to the receptive learning process. It is interesting to note the differences in British and American English. I have learned this from my own teaching experience and this tes
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Edgewood
Teaching students of different levels, ages and aims can be pretty complicated without knowing appropriate methods, techniques and approaches which can be used in any of the particular cases. In this
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Edison
This unit presents the very important parts of the English learning that even the native English speakers pay less attention to when engaging in our daily communication.i think it becomes a bit confus
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Egg Harbor
This unit is about managing classes. It suggests several ways to better manage students, such as by the way the teacher uses eye contact, voice, body position and gestures. One example of this is wh
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El Cerro
Unit 15 covers the topic of evaluation and testing of students. There are 3 main ways of assessing language levels of students namely through tutorials, evaluation by students and through tests. Tut
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El Rancho
This unit is about the use of course books and lesson materials. The use of course books is particularly emotive, with teachers often having very strong opinions either for or against their use. Benef
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Elephant Butte
Unit 16 covers conditionals and reported speech. There are 5 main conditionals. Conditionals contain the the word 'if' or 'when' and consequence clauses. The zero conditional refers to actions/facts
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Elizabeth
They course was rather funny to watch... considering that i've seen so many teacher teach this poorly. However, it was lovely to see the transformation from bad to good teacher and how much the studen
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Englewood
This lesson introduces us to course materials that may be used in class. It includes authentic and created course materials that can be used in class. Authentic materials are great in that they are na
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Englewood Cliffs
The course covered different ways to assess students' knowledge of English as well as providing information about different tests of English proficiency that have been published. I had no idea how man
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EspaƱola
Prepositions are challenging to teach, as there seems to be no order to them. However, their function is to show relationships between parts of the sentence, nouns or phrases, and are thus very import
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Estancia
I learned that all the forms feature a verb. Sometimes this verb can be accompanied by -ed, -d or -ing to its base. Some on these verbs have -had/had not/had not been, - been or -was/were before thei
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Evesham
I learned that no matter what the level of the class is or how the teacher decides to plan a lesson for a for a language a teacher MUST ensure that the student(s) are able to be exposed to it, underst
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Ewing
In this unit more information is given on the different evaluation tests that help students with different level information and practice in the English language, all the different tests have their ow
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Fair Haven
Unit 19 covers the topic of teaching special groups. There are a variety of groups e.g beginners, individuals, children and business english etc. Beginners can again be categorized as absolute begin
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Fair Lawn
The topic of this unit is managing classes. Consideration is given to a range of factors including use of eye contact, gesture and voice, student grouping, classroom organisation and teacher behaviour
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Fairfield
Unit 12 was very informative and detailed, it elaborated on areas that I did not particularly paid attention before reading this unit. I really like the examples of Engage, Study and Activate lesson p
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Fairview
This unit teaches us about books and materials that should be used when teaching a lesson. Authentic materials are anything a native speaker would. Authentic materials are interesting and motivating
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Fanwood
A brief overview on this unit: it discussed the differences of present tense, each section is extremely informative as well as the video given. Present simple and present continuous were just a couple
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Farmington
After studying this unit I've understood that managing classes is a very inportant task for every teacher. You can make a successful and productive class only in case if it's managed well and many of
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Flora Vista
Unit 8 covers future tenses. Future tenses are more complex than past and present tenses with many applications. The two more common applications are "be going + the infinitive" and "the present conti
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Florence
This unit we learned about teaching aids and the different devices that can be used. My main takeaway is that teachers should use a blended approach towards technology and devices and physical handiwo
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Florham
This unit talks about the different ways of evaluating and assessing the level of the students: - placement test to determine the level of the student (prior starting a class) - diagnostic test which
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Fort Lee
This unit is about teaching special groups. The focus is on teaching groups of specialized learners, as opposed to more general English classes. Consideration is given to a variety of specific groups
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Fort Sumner
This unit is about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences which refer to past, present and future possibilities. Conditional sentences contain two clauses: the "if" clause contai
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Frankford
This unit has been an enjoyable one. The aspect of planing a class is fascinating. The process of planning a class will determine how, when, and what my students will learn. But i'm sure at first it w
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Franklin Lakes
This unit focuses on the future tenses of verbs. This is one of the most complex parts of the English language to navigate for students, so here are some of the most common aspects of future tenses al
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Freehold
This unit talks about the importance of teacher-learner connection in class. The teacher and the learner equally contribute to achieve a desirable learning experience. The teacher must balance knowled
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Freehold Borough
This unit focuses on classroom management, which is the skill of organizing the class, individual students in the class and what takes place within the class. The material I found most beneficial fr
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Galloway
In this unit I found it interesting to learn about the different forms of past tenses. I feel like this unit has strengthened my own English skills and I will try and practice using these properly in
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Gallup
I felt like this unit did a good job helping me understand some basic classroom dynamics as well as demonstrating how important reading, speaking, and writing are. It really helped me understand that
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Garfield
This unit is a complete introduction on the basic English grammar. This is particular useful for a native speaker, in fact for a native speaker who never experienced teaching these rules might be take
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Glassboro
In this Unit, introduced teaching productive skills-speaking and writing also including games, I learned when we want to have a good atmosphere of the class, we need to know what kind of activities th
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Glen Ridge
Future tenses include future simple, future continuous, going to future, future perfect, future perfect continuous. Future simple includes predictions, promises, or facts. Future continuous refers to
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Glen Rock
This Unit covered teaching receptive sills. I learnt that there are 4 basic skills for learning any language; the receptive skills which are reading and listening and productive skills which are speak
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Gloucester
In this Unit , introduced The Future Tenses, what the seven most common ones are being used, like the future simple,the future continuous and the future perfect and so on, I learned the different form
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Gloucester City
I found this unit challenging and enjoyable .in the unit pronunciation and phonology ,I learnt how to use the phonetic alphabet and how to use it in script .I also learnt the different ways we use our
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Grants
For a teacher it's very important to know as much as possible about equipment and teaching aids to use them appropriately and right on time to make your classes informative and interesting. This unit
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Green Brook
Methods, theories and techniques of teaching were discussed in this unit. I was taught the various types of teaching methods for teaching EFL that have been used over the years, some more effective th
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Greenwich
This unit is an introduction on the different methods and techniques that have brought, in the past centuries, to the formation of the ESA method which is the correct method an English teacher should
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Guttenberg
This unit gave me the opportunity to refresh the knwledges I've got before. Moreover, the iformation that was given there in some way has changed my mind and my attitude to the teaching itsef. I disco
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Hackensack
This unit introduced us to ITTT TEFL's preferred teaching method, the Engage Study activate method. Through this method, students are warmed up and ready to go with an activity in the Engage state. Th
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Hackettstown
This unit was very compact and filled with information. It provided a reminder for me of sentence structure, and very important parts of speech. It was very lengthy and I believe extremely important f
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