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It is important to vary between the methodologies to keep both the teacher and the students fresh and motivated. The engaging activity can be linked to the topic that will be studied but not necessari
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Great unit Troubleshooting,very helpful and interesting as the rest of the units in this great course,i loved the information and examples about the Warmers,opend my mind to more creatives ways to do
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Receptive skills--reading and writing--are equally important to productive skills when learning a new language. When teaching these modes for the classroom, it is important to ensure that the teacher
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Reading and listening are the two perceptive learning skills. Although different from the productive skills- speaking and writing, they are equally as important to the question of a language. This uni
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In this unit I learnt about the productive skills: speaking and listening. Accuracy activities and fluency activities are both important, they both come into different stages of a lesson. And I learnt
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Classes are divided into two category -New groups this kind of group the students don't know each other and some work will be needed to establish rapport between the class members and Existing group -
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This unit highlights the importance of planning the lesson, especially for the novice teacher. This written plan serves as a guide, should remain flexible, and can be used as a record of the class t
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Creating a well-prepared, organized lesson plan is the foundation of all successful lesson. Therefore, learning how to create this important document is crucial for all future teachers. Although there
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The unit is about teaching special groups which includes Teaching beginners such as absolute beginner - have no knowledge of English at all False Beginner- are familiar with English , but have not r
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This unit targets the skills and traits of a good teacher as well as a good learner. It breaks down the different ages of learners, and what advantages and challenges are paired with each group. It ta
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Choosing the appropriate coursebooks and lesson materials are important as these will help the teacher from providing information whilst teaching to the class. Although it is arguable whether we shoul
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Hyde Park
This unit delved into the logistics of how to approach first classes, classes of different sizes, and how to surmount difficulties that may arise when students are at different levels within one class
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The two videos depicting demo classes were juxtaposed to highlight the different teaching styles. When watching the class, it was quite easy to put yourself in the students's shoes (or bare feet). T
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Indian Lake
In this section we all about how to teach a new language. We focus on how to teach vocabulary, introducing grammatical structures, and teaching language functions. We learn what activities are best to
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I am quite well aware of the grammatical system since i have been teaching English in Korea. The grammatical system in education in my country is quite emphadsized throughout the entire education year
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I have learnt a lot in terms of vocabulary, grammar and its function in this unit. This lesson allows me to select appropriate vocabularies to teach in class and how ESA structure can be applied in di
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This section covered evaluating students' abilities and understanding, and covered several types of tests. Sample tests were given as an example of what a student learning English may receive. I learn
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This unit introduced different ways to teach grammar and language structure as well as introducing new vocabulary. I have learned how to follow different Engage Study Activate structures to achieving
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Unit 2: parts of speech refreshed my memory of each part of a sentence. Every word in a sentence has a specific role to play. Nouns are the subject or object, adjectives describe a noun, articles ar
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I really enjoyed this unit, as I believe it is one of the most important lessons throughout the course. I feel this way because grammar provides the structure and foundation to fully grasp a language.
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Unit 12. teaching and productive skills. from this content it talk about speaking and writing skills, and this can go along way both in helping both teacher and students in the English classroom .and
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I really enjoyed the videos and watched them both more than once. Although it's clear these videos were scripted, and the students must have had some idea about what was going to happen, they really d
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This unit demonstrated two lessons for the purpose of evaluating the effectiveness of the teacher. To be honest, it was difficult to watch the first video. The teacher's presentation and demeanor we
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This unit reviewed ideas about teaching vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. It included possible activities that could be employed for each section of the lesson. I thought t
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This unit focuses on the Present Tense system that we use on daily basis for language learning. It says that the major three tenses in English are the present, the past and the future, which are subdi
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This section covered lesson planning with ESA, tips for writing a lesson plan, and how the lesson plan should be used. I learned that a lesson plan should be simple and concise. It should be a sequenc
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This unit gives an overview of and explanations to different types of teaching methods. From the time of the beginning of the classical method a couple of hundred years ago, several different teaching
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In this lesson i learnt that there are many different theories, methods and techniques for teaching English and they are quite similar to ones i knew from my experience as a primary school teacher. It
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This unit is a continuous course for tenses. So, after covering up the present tenses, this unit covers the past tenses. It started by the simple past and the past continuous then it ended with the pa
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In summary, part of speech is a classified word in a sentence according to the purpose and the meaning it adds.Sentence can be categorize into two, simple and a complex sentence. A simple sentence mus
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Unit 4 covered the four present tenses; the present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. The Unit dealt with the different types of forms, usage, mistakes and te
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This unit provides a broad overview of class dynamics and presents solutions to avoid potential problems. The first goal of the teacher should be to establish rapport and assess the level that each st
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In this unit I learned about the different teaching methods and types of students. There are different factors that could affect a students learning ability or style and therefore they should be appro
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As with the other verb tense sections, it's very helpful for me as an English communicator, writer, and teacher to know the technical names and uses of each verb tense. I learned all of these tenses o
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This unit covered several topics including the methodologies, 'engage study activate', examples of different types of ESA lessons, different example ideas for engage phase, different ideas for study p
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This unit is a continuing about tenses, this time future tense so it shows all future tenses including, future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, going to, present s
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Reading and writing is just as important as speaking and listening, especially in contemporary society where most, if not all, information is written down and shared online. It is important for studen
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In summary, unit (4 ) four discussed the three main tenses; The past, The present and The future tenses as compared to the two tenses ' The past and The presents ' Linguists claims exist. Each of thes
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This unit gives me a brief introduction of the qualities,roles and responsibilities of both "good"learner and teacher in the classroom. I have learnt much about this topics and gained basic understand
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I learned the four different past tenses in English. I found some of them challenging. I use these tenses every day in my speech without even realizing it, so to review and break down the past tense w
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In this unit, i have learnt the present tense part of the tense system. The four categories under this part includes; the present simple tense, the present continuous tense, the present perfect tense
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This unit has refreshed my memory about the differences between present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. Therefore it will be a lot easier to explain to student
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I have learned about the roles of teachers. I did not know I am doing so many jobs, as a manager, controller, organizer, assessor, prompter, participant, model, facilitator, and an observer. This is g
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This was one of the most valuable units I have taken in this course so far. I had chance to compare two lessons delivered by the same teacher. The first lesson obviously had pretty bad errors in it th
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This chapter explores how teacher could use eye contact, gesture and voice to influence the atmosphere for learning and teaching in the classroom. In order to make the students to learn effectively, i
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Lake George
The future tenses. 1. future simple - used for promises, decisions, facts and certainties. a. Form (subject + shall/will + verb) i. affirmative - he will/shall call you later ii. negative - he will no
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Lake Luzerne
In addition to using course textbooks as discussed in the previous lesson, Unit 17 discussed the use of different classroom equipment and teaching aids to help both teachers and students to make lesso
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Lake Pleasant
This unit is a recap of several aspects studied in the course. There are in the unit some specific matters treated more in details, such as first lessons and how to behave while conducting one (includ
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This unit was short and interesting. it focused on the details of reading and listening skills such as the motives of our reading and listening, how we read and listen by using many specific skills.
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I have learned about the traits of both the teacher and the student. I also learned about the levels of the students This level can make the teachers aware on how to engage properly to their teachers.
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