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Malta
In this unit we go over how we must differentiate our classes and teaching while teaching different groups of learners. We learn the variety of types of beginners and we are given tips for the classro
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Mamakating
This unit covered some basic rules of engagement with new students mostly how to deal with a first class as to the way of building rapport with new students and how to help them acclimate with their n
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Mamaroneck
A picture is worth a thousand words, and those words will no doubt come in handy if the picture is poorly understood. After all, the most effective way to communicate is though speech. This is why spe
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Manchester
I personally think that this unit is one of the most important components of this course. Being a teacher can give us a lot of challenges. Regardless it is arguable whether lesson plans are helpful or
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Manheim
This unit is about other grammar topics: conditionals and reported speech. The unit starts with showing all conditional (5 conditionals including the mix one), their respective rules and usage, it als
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Manlius
Unit 13: Pronunciation and phonology outlined the importance of proper speech. Intonation is the variation in volume, and pitch in a whole sentence. Stress is on different words in the sentence to i
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Mansfield
There are 12 different tenses in the english language. Simple present, which can be used to describe facts. Present continuous, which can be used to describe an action that is happening at the moment
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Marathon
This unit is talking about class management and teacher manner of approach with situations in the classrooms. For instance a teacher should not solve a problem in class by brutality that's through sho
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Marbletown
This unit teaches us about pronunciation and phonology. pronunciation can be very difficult for students learning English. Students will probably never pronounce words 100% correctly. There are many d
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Marcellus
The focus of Unit 2 is parts of speech, specifically an introduction to the most common grammar forms - the purpose and meaning that each part adds. The Unit is structured to highlight each of the mai
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Marcy
This chapter covered course materials, like authentic ones that a native speaker would occur in everyday life, as well as created materials designed for students. The disadvantages and advantages of b
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Marilla
This one was kind of difficult for me, as I think there is not one right order in which to teach these specific lessons, especially for questions 10-15. I see the logic of the order in which you want
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Marion
As one of the most complex tense of the English language, The Future Tenses can be classified as the future simple, the future perfect, the future continuous and the future perfect continuous. In addi
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Marlborough
this unit ( unit number four) concentrate on the grammar , her we discuss about different present tenses Simple present tense which is used to hen we want to talk about fixed habits or routines – th
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Marshall
In this unit we learn all about teaching phonology and pronunciation. This unit was more challenging for me because I have not learned about any of these topics before. There were a lot of new words t
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Martinsburg
there is discussed about the common problems that both teachers and learners face when acquiring the target language. there are given different class sizes such as, small, large and a medium for techi
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Maryland
In the English language, there isn't one single present tense. In fact, there are multiple present tenses depending on the aspect of the action. Applying such an aspect determines whether the action h
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Masonville
The usages of different past tenses. I've learned how to explain why we choose to use a particular form of past tense and not the others. For example, the difference between past perfect continuous an
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Massena
The main focus of this unit is the usage of Past Tenses which includes past simple, past continuous and past perfect continuous. It is really similar to the present tenses in terms of the structure an
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Mayfield
Teaching a class in a foreign country is about putting the student at the center of the experience and maintaining an open and supportive learning environment. In order to effectively teach, cultural
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McDonough
This unit was a course on parts of speech. I have studied English for many years so this was a nice refresher course for me. While all the sections were well laid out, easy to follow and informative,
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Mechanicville
The tense units covered in this course culminate in the explanation of the future tenses, as well as other tenses that reference the future including the “going to”, “present simple” and “pr
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Mendon
Unit one detailed what makes a good teacher, offering a list of bullet points as to what students and employers expect from an educator. It then went on to explain the different roles a teacher takes
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Mentz
In this unit we learn about conditionals and reported speech and how to know when to use each. We learn about the zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. This unit teaches us the correct
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Meredith
As I have watched and compated the two videos provided, i have distinctly recognized the importance of the teacher to have a very positive attitude within class. It affects greatly on the atmosphere o
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Mexico
As a native English speaker, I use all of these tenses interchangeably without even noticing it. It was especially important that I learned the differences between the Present Perfect form and the Pre
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Middleburgh
There are four basic skills in any language; Reading, listening, speaking, and writing. The reading and listening skills are called receptive skills, while the speaking and writing skills are called p
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Middlebury
So, this was the last unit of TEFL courses. It is about some of the problems that a teacher may face. Many of these problems refer to the units already passed. The task sheet gives you an opportunity
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Middlefield
This unit covers the different approaches, methods and techniques used in language learning. A detailed outline of the various methodologies namely,grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, PPP,task-base
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Middlesex
Unit 2, Parts of Speech, gave an introduction of English grammar. It refreshed me with the proper uses for each part of speech that are especially critical for a teacher to know when assisting student
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Middletown
In unit 2, the all content is talking about parts of speech. And it has really help me a lot because I have learn some very important things that I never knew of or sometimes I my have used them incor
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Milan
In this unit I reviewed the parts of English such as countable and uncountable nouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, verbs, pronouns, infinitives, articles, conjunctions, and comparative and super
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Milford
Even though I am a native English speaker I have never really put much thought into how sentences work. Although I know how to make a sentence, the theory and rules behind it I did not understand. For
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Milo
There are many ways to teach English. Unfortunately, not all techniques follow the same structure. For this reason, it is important for the teacher to review all methodologies to become knowledgeable
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Milton
This unit was about reading and listening skills and receptive skills. This unit as a whole is not engaging in anyway and is most certainly not motivating in anyway. I was bored all the way through th
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Mina
I really enjoyed this unit, as it was my first exposure to teaching theories and the ESA method. It was great to gain more perspective on how a lesson would actually be conducted in a classroom settin
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Minden
This unit looks at the different forms of conditional( zero conditional, first, second, third and mixed conditional )sentences, and how to teach them effectively in the classroom. The unit also covers
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Minerva
Conditionals and reported speech are the main focuses of this unit. Five types of conditionals which include zero, first, second, third and mixed are introduced throughout the unit. Zero and first ref
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Minetto
In this unit I learned about the use of present tense; present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. Because there are so many ways in which a student can explain
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Minisink
The unit is centered on what traits make a good teacher. A good teacher is not only motivated by a love for teaching, but also motivates students with a desire to learn by engaging all students in liv
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Mohawk
Unit 14 expresses the usage of teaching materials. Wipe board, visual aids, work sheets, cassettes, video, Dictionaries, course books, resource books, photocopies can be used as lesson materials. Usin
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Moira
receptive Skills’ (also known as ‘Passive Skills’, or reading and listening) are often contrasted with productive skills (speaking and writing). When learning a new language learners tend to de
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Monroe
In this unit i've learned that a good teacher should be kind, patient, be able to entertain, motivate, encourage and correct students as well as need to know students' weaknesses and know the subject
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Montague
This was an interesting section, to learn about the reasons why we make different noises in our speech. I love that different languages have different sounds. I also find it enjoyable to read phonetic
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Montezuma
This unit covered the four future tenses, as well as "be going," present simple, and present continuous, and explained that they are the most common forms for describing something involving the future
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Montgomery
In this unit I have learnt how important is to plan a lesson, discussing numbers of important function while writing the lesson plan , how lesson plan should be written, how to be organized to make su
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Montour
This chapter thought about different kinds of tenses, In this lesson l learnt the affirmative form positive ,question form and negative form of the present perfect tense . Also for the affirmative and
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Mooers
Although many intellectuals argue that test are an ineffective way to grasp student progress, test remain a mandatory aspect of most schools and therefore, are something that all teachers must take in
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Moravia
This unit teaches that a lesson plan is an important step to plan out learning goals, provide some structure to the class, and create a balance of skills. This ensures that the material is presented i
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Moreau
I hope this time I will get better results in defining stages of the lesson. The following was a discovery for me and seems to be a bit difficult to implement: exercises must force understanding rathe
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