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Lapeer
The unit covered many types of language teaching (Grammar-translation, Audio=lingualism, Presentation, Practice and Production, Task-based Learning, Communicative Language Teaching, The Silent Way, Su
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Laurens
This unit mentions the selection of course books and materials that is most suitable for class in different levels. The two types of materials, which are authentic and created materials, are illustra
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Lawrence
This unit described how to manage a classroom. It talked about the different ways to set up a class room for small classes and big classes. It mentioned some strategies to build rapport with the stud
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Le Ray
In this unit we see two different lessons acted out with real students. One of these lessons is highly effective and the other is not effective. The first lesson is not effective as the teacher is not
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Le Roy
In this unit the Receptive Skills (listening and reading) are presented. First of all, the various differences between the two skills are presented as well as the differences regarding the purpose of
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Lebanon
In my own experience as an ESL teacher I think I have always engaged the class by trying to be overly entertaining. In retrospect though when trying to engage students seriously and teach difficult or
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Ledyard
This unit served as a good review of basic grammar, especially grammar vocabulary and sentence structure. The key points beyond the basics included types of nouns, countable vs. uncountable nouns, an
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Lee
This unit is all about speaking and writing skills. It also covers different techniques and activities that can help both the teacher and the student in the classroom.Speaking and writing are differen
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Leicester
This unit covered teaching pronunciation and phonology. The study of pronunciation is highly significant in the student learning process as people connect with those that speak similarly to them. The
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Lenox
Unit 12 explains about the productive skills. Productive skills include Speaking and writing skills.when considering these two skills Accuracy and fluency are the important facts. Accuracy concentrate
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Leon
This unit dealt with the characteristics and different roles the teachers and learners can have. As for the teachers, it was stated what their features and roles should be, as well as the factors they
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Lewis
This unit went over a lot of the finer technical details of speaking. It went over where to put emphasis in a sentence and a word, how being able to tell and control where the emphasis is in a stateme
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Lewisboro
Unit 12: Productive skills explained the importance of speaking and writing. Writing can be neglected with teaching English but is an important skill to gain. Writing skills include hand writing, sp
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Lewiston
There are many different teaching aids available to make learning interesting, fun and effective in class. One could even combine visual and audio teaching aids such as videos. The choice of equipment
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Lexington
The qualities, roles and responsibilities of both a teacher and a learner plays a vital role in the classroom. Having an understanding of the relationship between learners and teachers will improve th
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Leyden
Lesson planning is a lot like treatment planning for new therapists, though not in so much detail. It appears as though having a general guideline is the best way to keep the class on track and ensure
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Liberty
In English we must learn grammar in order to be able to understand not only what we're saying but why we're saying it in a certain way. Therefore we have what is called parts of speech. These are basi
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Lima
This was the hardest unit so far. Reading through all those phonetic sound was challenging. I am not sure if I could get a good grade on this because it was kind of tricky. The last few questions seem
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Lincklaen
This unit covered future and present tenses listing the following future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, to be going + infinitive ('going to future'), present sim
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Lincoln
I had no idea that there were so many different external tests used worldwide. TOEFL is the only one that I had been familiar with so far. I definitely see the value in testing, and it serves multiple
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Lindley
This unit is based around two ESA demonstrative videos of one lesson being taught twice to groups of students. One of the lessons was effectively taught while the other one was full of mistakes. I cou
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Lisbon
The past tense is one of the three major tenses in the English language. It is significant because it allows the individual to explain actions and satins the occurred before or that lead up to the pre
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Lisle
This unit covers the future tenses,their forms, usages and teaching ideas to help with lesson planning. There are seven main areas when talking about the future tenses. These are, the future simple, t
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Litchfield
This video reminds me of the process of boomerang ESA lesson. The lesson is very applicable and I am using this in my classroom. Starting with a short discussion about a topic as Engage phrase and try
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Little Falls
In this unit we learned how to apply the basic rules of modal, phrasal verbs and how to use them in a sentence. They can be written in its past, present and future tense to change the meaning of the
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Little Valley
In these two contrasting lesson videos, one can see the impact that the teacher's attitude can have on students. The first lesson was an example of what happens when a teacher approaches a lesson with
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Livingston
I have been a VET teacher at a school in Melbourne for over three years and am very familiar with lesson planning. It is incredibly important, particularly when you are just starting out or intend to
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Livonia
This unit deal with two branches of language tree; reading and listening. Teachers should carefully choose their materials based on students' interest.Teaching students different kind of reading style
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Lloyd
unit 17 expresses equipment and teaching aids. There are aids like visual aids,boards, CD,DVD,video cameras,OHP, computers,cassette recorders, photocopies, resource books,dictionaries and etc. When u
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Locke
Unit five is giving a detailed information of class management Starting from the few typical set ups that could be broadly found in class rooms all over the world, with their advantages and disadvant
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Lockport
Knowing your students/clients, and their prior English comprehension, if any, would greatly help in planning an apporpriate course plan to give them the most benefit from your teachings. Young learner
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Lodi
This unit went over all the possible equipment and teaching aids commonly found in a classroom, and how to use them to their maximum benefit. I appreciate all the websites and other resources that wer
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Long Beach
This unit analyzes all the future tenses in English, including the application of the already studied present tenses with an application in the future. As it happens for the other two grammar units fi
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Long Lake
This unit represent a good set of guidelines to use properly the course book and all the extra material that a teacher could use in order to teach. First of all it is examined the difference between a
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Lorraine
Unit 10 showed two videos, the same teacher teaching the same topic in an English language lesson. First lesson was not effective nor successful because of so many faults from the teacher. The attitu
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Louisville
Administering tests is only just one way of evaluating g a student's progress in their learning of the English language. Tutorials and evaluation by the students are other methods of analyzing this. P
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Lowville
In this unit I have learned that it is important that the roles of the teacher is carried out appropriately. This helps the improvement of the class, builds, encourage motivation as motivated students
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Lumberland
I think the most important part of this lesson for me was the emphasis placed on personal aims in the lesson plan and self reviewing your lesson. Personal aims refer to the part in your lesson that y
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Lyme
This unit has taught me better and easier ways to explain different parts of speech to learners who have little or no understanding of English. It has allowed me to see how sentences are structured co
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Lyndon
This unit covers the past tenses. There are four types of past tenses, namely, the past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. Unit six outlines their usages, common mistak
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Lyons
The unit covers the present tenses for verbs, including when to use each, how to form the verbs, what errors to expect from students, and suggestions for activating/practicing each use. The present t
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Lyonsdale
This unit was helpful in learning a little bit more about lesson planning. Since I have no background in education, it was good to be able to read about the different methods and activities that can b
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Lysander
In this unit i was able to learn about the qualities, roles and responsibilities of teachers and students in the classroom. I realized that teachers have more than just one role, and in order to be a
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Macedon
This unit went over advice and information needed purely for managing classes. It went over everything from eye contact and classroom arrangements to maintaining discipline and reasons for problem beh
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Machias
This unit has helped me in drawing a distinct picture of how I will manage within class to organize my students in class, in groups, pairs and individuals. Another factor which will help me is the met
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Macomb
I learned the different variations of tests and why they are given and what they measure. This was helpful to differentiate as I likely would've been at a loss for words as to which type of test will
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Madison
Speaking and writing--the productive skills of learning a language--are equally important to reading and listening. These two skills, however, work to develop accuracy and fluency. Accuracy is practic
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Madrid
Grammar has never been my forte mostly when it comes to explaining it. This lesson cleared out all of my questions in reference to conditional sentences concerning the five main conditionals. In spoke
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Maine
This unit brought many ideas and concepts that I was unaware before starting. It taught me a lot about what a good lesson should contain. I like the idea of ESA and have already started implementing s
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Malone
The classroom management unit has given me an insight into the sort of preparation and planning of a lesson in regards to setting up the classroom correctly. Whilst studying the unit I did find it use
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