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Eaton
This unit covered the productive skills of learning known as speaking and writing. Although different in nature and use, both skills are important to attain accuracy and fluency in the English languag
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Eden
It is very valuable for TEFL student to consider both roles of teacher and student. I am highly motivated to consider both roles to become an effective TEFL teacher. My background in teaching both e
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Edinburg
Unit 14 details the pros and cons of course books, explaining that they can be very beneficial as they contain tested activities that have proven to be effective, but that a teacher should only ever u
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Edmeston
This unit is the about using course books and material in an effective English class. From the content I learn that using materials by teachers to help students is very important especially in countri
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Edwards
For new and inexperienced teachers, a lesson plan is very important. When we do up a lesson plan, it helps us plan out our lessons thoroughly, as it requires to look into details such as the time allo
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Elba
The unit provided interesting details about speaking and writing skills. For speaking, it focused on the differences between accuracy and fluency activities. Then, it focused on the speaking activitie
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Elbridge
Unit 19: Teaching Special Groups details five classifications of students: beginners, individuals, young learners, business English, and monolingual or multilingual. Beginners can be any age and be a
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Elizabethtown
This series focuses on the topics of pronuciation and phonology in the classroom , the alphabet uses a symbol for each sound .In English language there are 44 phonetic symbols and sounds made up of v
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Ellenburg
Leading into the future I would like to incorporate more of the boomerang style of lesson planning. At the moment I often use 'Engage, study, activate', but I think changing this will make my lessons
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Ellery
In this unit is discussed several teaching equipments for language learning process. They are a board, IWB, OHP, visual aids, worksheets, cassette recorder, CD player, Videos and DVDs, video camera, d
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Ellicott
There are some great options for how to make a lesson more interesting and enjoyable to the students. Being in a modern world as we are, using audo or video based aids would certainly help to keep the
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Ellicottville
Lesson planning is very important for both inexperienced and experienced teachers. There are many forms of lesson plans but the kind of lesson plan depends on what is more flexible with the individual
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Ellington
It is always good practice to go through the names and functions of each of the verb tenses. For me, as someone who regularly teaches creative writing and literature and generally focuses less on Engl
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Ellisburg
This unit mainly focuses on productive skills: speaking and writing. As common communicative tools, speaking and writing are equally important in language learning. However, they are quite different i
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Elma
In this unit I learned the qualities of a good teacher and learner. Often times, a good teacher is also a good learner. Characteristics that describe a good English as a second language teacher includ
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Elmira
There are many different methodologies used in EFL teaching that have been developed over the years. As with most things, one of the most effective ways of teaching EFL is to incorporate elements of m
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Enfield
This unit gives examples of two video lessons. One lesson outlines the correct way in which an ESA lesson plan should be carried out, while the other highlights some mistakes and incorrect ways in whi
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Ephratah
This chapter has taught me that the future tense can be used in many different ways and for many reasons. It was interesting to see how present tenses can be used to explain future events. Future tens
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Erin
Unit 18: Modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice are all important functions to teach to ESL students. Modal auxiliary verbs express ideas such as obligation, ability, possibility, and advice. Exam
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Erwin
This unit reviewed characteristics of good teachers and learners. The role of the teacher should vary to effectively teach a class. For example, a teacher may observe, control, organize or assess.
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Esopus
this unit looked at productive skills which would be speaking and writing. With speaking a new language, fluency and accuracy are both equally important. Accuracy looks at the amount of mistakes mad
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Esperance
This unit was a good introduction to this course because it went over things I will need to keep in mind for the remainder of this course. It explained what qualities make a good teacher, what qualiti
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Essex
This unit focused on the role of the teacher, in creating an effective learning space for the students during their lessons, and management techniques to make it the best possible experience. The use
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Evans
In this unit, I learned the role of the teacher; Manager, Organize, Assessor, Prompter, Facilitator, and Monitor, etc. Also, I got the point of what makes learners and teachers good in the classroom.
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Exeter
From the content of this Unit I can understand clearly is talking about using different equipped and teaching aid to make an effective and interesting learning environment for English students. That's
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Fabius
This unit went over the different types of present tenses in the English language: their forms, when they're used, common errors English students make using these tenses, and sample activate activitie
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Fairfield
To motivate students to complete end of course evaluation and provide useful feedback through those evaluations .The teaching recommends instructors talk with their students about the importance of ev
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Fallsburg
I found this unit to be a very helpful start to this course as a general introduction to behaviours of successful teachers and learners. As a teacher, I think that it is crucial to understand the exis
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Farmersville
This lesson provided me with some tools to help the students engage a lesson by using a warm up at the beginning of it. Very thorough lesson as far as explaining the "EAS lesson" approach which is ver
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Farmington
By watching the video of 2 lessons, I realized that teacher's teaching attitude really has a huge impact on student's learning progress. With different teaching approaches, it affects the learning atm
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Fayette
In this unit we learn the elements choosing course books and materials for our students. We learn the difference between authentic materials and created materials. Authentic materials are materials t
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Fenner
This unit reviews the different forms of the future tenses and how and when they are used. This unit gives usages, forms, typical mistakes, and teaching ideas along with sample sentences to clearly d
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Fenton
The unit tell us about some common problems new teacher encounter in their first lesson. The first lesson teacher will see one of the group New group - where students do not know each other, and teac
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Fine
This unit focused on the different roles a teacher may have in the classroom, and how to navigate each role based on the personality of the class being taught. This unit also focused on the different
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Fishkill
Unit four covered the past simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses. Their various usages and forms were examined, and detailed teaching ideas regarding their
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Fleming
This unit mainly talks about the skillful organization and management of the class. I have learned from this unit that, eye contact with all the students is very important in keeping their attention o
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Florence
This chapter has taught me the four things that are needed regardless of the structure of a class. Be exposed to the concepts, learn the meaning and construction of the concepts, and put them into use
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Florida
this unit talked about the four different past tenses. It mentioned not allow verbs will follow a pattern for the past simple and past particulate conjugation. These verbs which do not follow a patt
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Floyd
Te main topic is - Present tense, which has 4 aspects: Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect Continuous. Form, usage, typical errors were described in this Unit. As for me, that was quite useful to
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Forestburgh
Honestly, both of these were a bit painful to watch: the first, because it was so poorly done and I wondered if the students were aware that this was set up to be bad teaching. And then, two, because
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Forestport
It's difficult to describe the nuanced differences between the past tenses. It was nice to be asked questions about the tenses in various ways - choose a sentence, choose a tense, describe the tense,
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Fort Ann
Teacher-student evaluations are key in determining in which level course a student is placed, how much students know upon starting the course, and tracking their progress throughout the course. This i
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Fort Covington
The relationship between teachers and students is a nuanced one that requires meticulous attention and genuine interest. Teachers must take into account multiple factors in learning that go beyond lea
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Fort Edward
In this unit the production skills (writing and speaking) are presented. Firstly, the speaking is examined in detail, and the difference between accuracy and fluency is explained. Accuracy should be t
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Fowler
This unit went over the basics of English grammar. I believe this is important to know of any language we plan to teach because this knowledge is necessary for students learning a second language. Onc
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Frankfort
This unit introduces rules of pronunciation and phonology, it starts by defining both pronunciation and phonology and showing the intonation with its different features (Rise/Fall). Then, the unit giv
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Franklin
This unit provides a clear explanation about class materials and course book showing the difference between the two. It begins by showing that there are two types of materials: authentic and created m
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Franklinville
I feel that in this unit I have learned about the arguably most complicated of the three main tenses: the future tense. Similar to the previous tense related teaching units, the four main categories,
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Freedom
its kind of easy now to understand past tenses after the previous study of present tenses. past simple is always easier and then i think past continuous because it is often used, most students have pr
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Freetown
In this unit, I learnt about Books and Materials. They are internal and external resources used by teachers and students to aid teaching and learning. Materials are divided into two groups; Authentic
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