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Preble
This unit taught me the different roles of a teacher and different kinds of learners. Teachers must understand that learners have different language skills for different language levels and each level
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Preston
This unit teach us what are receptive skills that is reading and listening. How both skills are equally important.Reading and listening reasons and motives can be divided into two categories such as f
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Princetown
This unit taught me the different kinds of assessments and tests available for students depending on many factors. Although many students don't like the idea of taking tests, the teachers will find ou
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Providence
The tense is the most complex of all tenses. It's multifaceted breakdown and use of present tense can make it very confusing for an English language learner. This unit attempt to make this difficult s
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Pulteney
We all know that students come in all different forms. Every teacher has to be prepared to deal with different students, which have different needs that have to be addressed promptly. In an event of u
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Putnam
I have learned that attitude makes it different to teach ESL students. The first video made me feel uncomfortable that students were not treated in a polite way. Teachers always come up with a respect
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Putnam Valley
It is interesting to know that many EFL methodologies were employed to help students to learn English and the advantages and disadvantages between those methodologies and the situations those methodol
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Queensbury
This lesson gives full knowlegde about Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive voice. First is about Modal Verbs, it provides all modal verbs in English, its useage and examples, which helps to distinguish
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Ramapo
The part of this unit that I found most helpful was the area that described the different levels of language learners. As a student, I have already had a base knowledge of what makes a good teacher or
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Randolph
Every teacher encounters difficulties while teaching. This issue can be heightened in a classroom where the students speak a different language than the teacher and therefore, have different levels of
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Rathbone
This unit discusses the reasons and approaches to planning lessons. It provides examples and templates of ESA straight-arrow lesson plans (engage, study, activate). It is important to note that lesson
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Reading
unit 4 describes the present tenses. Present simple tense is built up with subject + base form{+s/es} Negative form is built up with subject+auxiliary+verb+not+base form. Question form is built up wit
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Red Hook
This unit focused on when/how to teach certain parts of language and how to do so effectively. Vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions must be taught in tandem, and this can be done
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Red House
EQUIPMENT AND TEACHING AIDS Teaching equipment are teaching aids needed for lessons in an EFL classroom. These include: 1. the board. 2. interactive whiteboard. 3. overhead projector - used as an alte
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Redfield
When using these resource books ,the student book ,the workbook and the teachers resource book, there are some advantages and disadvantages of using those types of materials.Well ,firstly the main ad
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Remsen
In this unit we covered all the possible techniques that can be used when creating lesson plans. We can understand that all these approaches have pros and cons, but a combination can act as the most b
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Rensselaer
So far, I think unit 3 is the most important unit as it teaches all the theories, methods, and techniques that can be used by a TEFL. I have personally learned about the ESA method. E = Engage, which
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Rensselaerville
In this unit, I reviewed conditionals as : Conditional are sentences containing"if"(or similar expressions such as"when")which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, t
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Rhinebeck
In this unit i learnt more about tenses and especially about tipical mistakes and errors of using them and ways to help students to learn tenses and adopt these theoretical knowledges to practice. I f
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Richfield
There are many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting. These including: White/black board, Interactive whiteboard, overhead projector, visual aids, worksheets and work ca
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Richford
Unit 3: Theories, Methods, and Techniques outlined many EFL methodologies, provided helpful lesson structures for the Engage, Study, Activate method that this program uses, and how to effectively give
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Richland
This unit covered the four aspects of the present tense: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. This unit was very helpful to me, and it will be one that
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Richmond
I've learned the qualities of a good teacher and the roles a teacher must play in order to be good at their job. I also learned the qualities of a good learner and the levels of language. This unit al
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Richmondville
This unit talks about teaching pronunciation and phonology. Phonology is the study, science, analysis, classification of physical properties of sounds. I have learned in this unit that, students shoul
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Ridgeway
This unit covered the topic of teaching techniques. Each common technique it presented was accompanied by a description of its essential objectives. Once it had defined the different existing techniqu
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Riga
Again, I don't think learning is this simple and binary, but I see the usefulness in thinking about language acquisition in such systematic terms, for a teacher. I think there are some important point
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Ripley
i've learned about class management and also i got interested in this topic! how to avoid unnecessary TTT... it reminds me a long time ago when i was learning at school and some of my teachers just di
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Riverhead
This unit taught me the importance of different methods and techniques for effectively teaching your students. Different learners have different preferences in learning and this can be taken into cons
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Rochester
Unit four covers the present tenses, their forms, usages, typical student errors and activities that can be incorporated in the activate stage of a lesson. This unit provides a simple breakdown of th
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Rockland
I'll be honest, this unit was not easy for me. I was sure that I was good at grammar, but it turned out that to feel how to write correctly is one thing, but to be able to theoretically justify your c
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Rodman
In this unit we learnt what makes a good teacher, student, the different levels of students, the role of the teacher and what motivates students. Overall, I think that the most important thing that I
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Rome
This sections was very interesting and prompted me to think about the classroom in a methodical, almost anthropological, way. Like the other sections, it forced me to think about many things methodica
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Romulus
In this unit talks about theories. There are some theories have used for a long time but still use it in the present day such as Grammar- Translation, Audio-Lingualism and etc. And this unit s
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Root
In this unit, I have learned the qualities, roles, and responsibilities of both teachers and students in the classroom. For example, a good teacher should have good rapport and interaction with the cl
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Rose
In teaching a language it is very important to deliver clearly structured and well-prepared lessons. The teacher should be more engaging and encouraging during the lesson and should give clear instruc
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Roseboom
There are a great deal of things to consider in relation to classroom management: the seating arrangement, the teacher's manner, how to and when to talk, building rapport, how to and when to respond t
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Rosendale
This unit discusses the various resources that a teacher can utilize in their language learning classroom. These include overhead projectors, whiteboards, visual aids, worksheets, DVDs, video recorder
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Rossie
Unit 3 describes the Theories,methods and techniques of EFL. Grammar translation is a method introduced earlier periods and the student learns the language through finding equivalents in his L1. Tis m
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Rotterdam
This section was quite challenging for me. There are many similarities between each of the past tenses, as well as similarities with present tenses. It helped to clarify each and give examples in the
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Roxbury
Unit ten offers two examples of a real class situation. In class one, the teacher does not engage the students by asking their names and calling on them to elicit the class vocabulary. He immediately
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Royalton
In any language course there is a need to assess students performance at any strategic point whether its in the beginning or at the end of the lesson. Learner assessment has great importance because i
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Rush
Teaching of productive skills (writing and speaking ). Differences in grammar ,vocabulary and sentence formation -written text has a number of point of differentiation to speaking the English Language
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Rushford
I learned how to teach present tenses. By outlining common mistakes, I feel like I will know how to correct a student if and when he or she makes one of those mistakes. I also feel that I am well prep
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Russell
When learning about past tenses after the lesson about present tenses, similar patterns emerge in relation to grammatical structure. For example, using the conjugated form of the verb "To be" followed
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Russia
Unit 15: Evaluating and testing details the different types of tests and examinations that an ESL teacher may use during a course e.g placement test, progress tests, practice test, and diagnostic test
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Rutland
Unit two focuses on grammar and in particular, identifying parts of speech. Starting with the essential yet very basic parts of a sentence, a subject and a verb, the unit moves on to map the use and f
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Rye
In this lesson I have learned one of the ways to plan a lesson with the straight arrow ESA. It is very important to plan lessons in advance because this helps to be organize while having a record to f
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Salamanca
TEACHERS AND LEARNERS 1.INTRODUCTION OF THE ROLE OF A TEACHER & HOW TO BECOME A GOOD TEACHER; 2.THE GOOD TEACHER SHOULD BE ABLE TO SWITCH THEIR ROLES APPROPRIATELY AND CARRY OUT THE REQUIRED ROLE ACCO
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Salem
In this unit I was able to consolidate my knowledge and understanding in the different aspects of the past tenses. I have always found this topic confusing and rather difficult, the way this unit been
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Salina
It was a unit explaining the most subtle points when working as a teacher. The lesson points to the importance of those things that many teachers simply forget: the voice, using the name, position, ge
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