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Cheektowaga
Unit 19 is talking about being a teacher who teaches a special group of students. This students can be Beginners. Elementary, young learners , Adults or Business student. So from the the content I can
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Chemung
Previous to this, as a native speaker, I had never considered the multitude of ways there are to express the future tense. I also had not considered the different ways there are to express different p
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Chenango
I feel that I have learned a lot about how important learning techniques are in this unit. It makes sense that different ones work better in certain situations. The takeaway that I had in this lesson
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Cherry Creek
Some of the methods involved in teaching the English language are; 1. Grammar translation-this involves direct translation from the native language of the student to English. 2. Audio lingualism- focu
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Cherry Valley
PRODUCTIVE SKILLS: SPEAKING AND WRITING. Both are used for communicative purposes. People communicate for these reasons: * they have something to say. * they want to listen to something. * they have s
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Chester
This unit has given me a clear notion on 2 receptive skills, reading and listening. While I was teaching English in Korea, I was not well aware of the problems that may occur in teaching the 2 and thr
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Chesterfield
Similar to the present and past tenses, the future tense includes several aspectual features that indicate progress and/or definite time frames. There are seven aspects of the future tense. Each form
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Chili
This unit proved extremely important and valuable. I learnt different methodologies of teaching that shall be employed in class. More importantly, information was shared on how to properly craft one's
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Cicero
This unit is about lesson planning and how to do it. As with most of the class orientated units that is not teaching, I enjoyed this one a lot. I did find the test a little weird and wasn't 100% on a
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Cincinnatus
This unit covered present tense. The term tense refers to a time. It is not as simple as past tense, present tense, and future tense. There are many different tenses in the English language. This u
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Clare
Unit two offers detailed but comprehensive explanations of the basic grammatical categories of English words used in speech. It is made clear that a teacher is not expected to be a walking grammar boo
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Clarence
This unit focuses on the structure of a lesson in the classroom, and different styles and methods of teaching, giving examples of lesson plans, orders of introducing different stages of lesson plans,
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Clarendon
The focus of Unit 3 is on the theories, methods and techniques for teaching the English language, with emphasis on the various types of techniques - including the pros and cons of each technique/metho
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Clarkson
It is very interesting that parts of speech appear to be more difficult for English speaking students. I am wondering if this is because our American schools have not been spending time teaching this
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Clarkstown
I found this unit to be challenging, even for myself as a native speaker of the English language! I can understand why this would be a challenging topic for both students and teachers alike. In this u
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Clarksville
Unit 13 expresses the phonology and pronunciation. Variation of pitch in a whole sentence is known as Intonation.Rice fall intonation, fall rice intonation, Intonation basically flat are the variation
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Claverack
There are many different types of classes filled with students fo varying levels. The most common is the beginning level class who knows little to nothing about the language, and it is good to start w
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Clay
this unit provides information about different ways of avaluating students learning language levels. In addition, there are different exam types also discussed through the unit materials. furthermore
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Clayton
This unit dealt with the teaching of productive skills (writing and speaking) and the difficulties and challenges that may arise for the teacher and the students. I agree that writing is usually the
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Clermont
As with the unit on present tenses, this unit compared the use of past simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous by providing clear and thoroughly worked examples. Additionally, each concept
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Clifton
This unit firstly introduces four basic skills in language: receptive skills that include listening and reading and productive skills that include speaking and writing. This section mainly focuses on
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Clifton Park
In this unit i've learnt that for the first lesson with a new class, the teacher should not use the course book but instead try to build rapport with the new class and find out about them and their En
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Clinton
1. I have learnt about the qualities that makes a good teacher, and how the teacher must switch between the roles depending on the activities she has for students. 2. Qualities of a good learner 3. D
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Clymer
There are, inevitably, many difficult challenges that one will encounter when one is first starting out, or is inexperienced as a teacher. Even experienced teachers will have challenges, especially wh
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Cobleskill
Course materials are of great help to planning lessons and carrying out information to students. Authentic materials provide real-world examples for students to use the target language in a practical
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Cochecton
This unit provided a very valuable insight into how course books ought to be chosen as well as how certain aspects of them have to be prioritized, or, under certain circumstances, omitted. Different a
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Coeymans
In this unit, I felt as though I became more aware of all the roles and and responsibilities that are presented in a classroom setting. This unit did an excellent job of breaking down different approa
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Cohocton
This unit was straight forward. this unit was about classroom management. I can relate to this information, especially when I was a TA for a year. I would help most of the time, one student at a time,
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Cohoes
In this unit, I learned about the teaching of pronunciation and phonology. The unit dealt with the concepts of intonation, stress, articulation and pronunciation. I really enjoyed this unit because p
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Colchester
Unit 11: Teaching receptive skills include reading and listening. The two different motivators for doing these two activities are for a purpose or entertainment. Reading skills include predictive, s
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Colden
Unit 5 covers the subject of Class Management quite effectively in my opinion. It details the various scenarios where Teacher Talk Time (TTT) is appropriate and the different options that are availabl
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Coldspring
In summary conditionals are sentences containing If or similar expressions such as when, which refer to past, present and future possibilities - Five main conditionals; zero conditionals, first condi
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Colesville
The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the receptive skills of listening
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Collins
Being able to relate the spoken English language to the written,can be very confusing for students. Words don't always sound the way they are written. One way to improve spelling is by encouraging stu
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Colonie
This unit allows me to know more technical methods in managing a classroom. I understand the pose and gesture of a teacher could cause great influence on student's learning progress, and different gro
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Colton
In this unit, I learned a lot about what goes into a given lesson or method of teaching. It's very important to maintain a variety of teaching, in order to keep students engaged, interested, and eager
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Columbia
This unit covers ways in which teachers can fix any problems that may arise in their classroom. These can range from students speaking too much of their native language, to being reluctant to particip
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Columbus
i would like to tell you about what i have learnt from this unit, most important thing that both teacher and learner both are important the teacher have to perform different role in different situatio
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Concord
It has been quite challenging to put all the new information I have learned together to create lesson plans. The ESA method is comprehensive and clear, but I'm still trying to understand what is the b
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Conesus
From this unit i have learnt how to prepare for the different types of classes we have. From the lesson i also learnt a lot about how to teach young learners and beginners, but from this unit a part t
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Conesville
It was great to review the uses of modals. It was great to see a diagram with the specific uses of them as well. It made me think how I use language during my everyday conversations and whether or not
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Conewango
While studying this lesson I realized the necessity of knowing how to deal with English teaching in the wide world of industry worldwide. Nowadays students of the English language are mostly pre-proff
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Conklin
This unit is the last one about grammar, it covers different subjects: modals, passive voice, phrasal verbs, and relative clauses. In the beginning, the unit introduces the modal auxiliary verbs and s
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Conquest
The management of the classroom was the topic of focus for this unit, discussing various behavioral tools at the teacher’s disposal including use of voice, gesture, language and eye contact. Further
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Constable
Watching the two videos gives a good insight into how to and how not to teach a class. It also shows the importance of the Engage phase in the beginning to help break the ice with the students and get
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Constantia
In this unit, i have learnt the various class management techniques and they include; when and when not to use eye contact, how to use gesture to convey messages and reduce the need for verbal explana
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Copake
This chapter briefly covered receptive and productive forms of language, comprised of listening/reading and speaking/writing, respectively. The ways we parse information were discussed in several ways
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Corinth
This unit covers the importance of listening and reading when learning a new language and the uses for these skills. In everyday life, there is an endless supply of text and speech that a person hears
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Corning
This was a nice example of many mistakes that teachers make. You generally only get what you give. He was kind and informative and allowed the students to feel confident in the second lesson. In the f
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Cornwall
This unit is focused on the receptive skills. The receptive skills of language learners are reading and listening. The reasons and motives for reading and listening can be categorized into two areas.
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