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Wawarsing
Choosing appropriate course materials is an important part of planning and delivering any lesson. There are advantages and disadvantages to using each different kind: authentic materials are real and
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Wawayanda
Although a very complex part of the language, it also offers some exciting opportunities for teaching advance students as you can build in a lot of activities incorporating the tenses - such as where
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Wayland
This unit mainly deals with the roles and qualities of language teachers and language learners. It begins with the discussion of a "good" teacher. Then it examines the roles of teachers as managers or
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Wayne
After going through this unit, I realized the importance of teaching pronunciation as an integral part of the English course. This unit focuses on four areas of Phonology which are Stress, Rhythm, Int
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Webb
In this unit, I learned about the various methodologies used in the teaching of ESL. There were several mentioned, including Grammar Translation, Audio Lingualism, PPP, Suggestopaedia and The Silent W
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Webster
This unit covered future tenses. Like the present and past, the four main tenses follow the same pattern of simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. In addition, there is a "going to" +
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Wells
The need for discipline has a direct correlation with the amount of enthusiasm and interest a teacher can generate within the classroom environment. The importance of preparation and ability to mainta
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Wellsville
This unit is all about parts of speech and grammar in the English language. It is very important to study these topics early on, because as native speakers these are lessons we often forget about and
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West Almond
1. Nouns are used for people, places, creatures, states. Some examples are *Common nouns, e.g chairs, cars *Proper nouns, e.g Rose, California. *Countable nouns, e.g doors, birds. *Uncountable nouns
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West Bloomfield
Skills built for language-learning can be broken down into two broad categories: receptive skills (reading and listening) and productive skills (writing and speaking). Within these categories are two
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West Monroe
TROUBLESHOOTING First lessons - in each first lesson, a teacher will find either one of these groups; * a new group where students don't know each and are unfamiliar with the EFL methodology and * ex
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West Seneca
This unit delved into the skeleton of the English language. It detailed parts of speech from the regulars to the irregulars. The main takeaway from this unit is that, although there are in fact rules
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West Sparta
There are several methods and techniques in English Foreign language teaching, each method has its minuses and pluses so it hard to say which is the best to use. I guess it all depends upon the indivi
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West Turin
VIDEO 1 * there's high teacher talking time. * too much teacher control in the classroom. * teacher points at students with his fingers. * The teacher addresses only students with whom he's familiar.
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West Union
This unit went over the basic grammar foundations of English. We broke apart sentences and gave each word a label and a job. This unit talked in depth about nouns and the types of nouns you will find
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Westerlo
Unit 8: Future tenses explored seven different tenses. There are the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, 'going to' future, present simple used in the future
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Western
This unit is a continuing for the previous unit, and this time is about teaching productive skills which are speaking and writing, first the unit starts by giving reasons for communication and showing
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Westfield
Mention of language functions was a discovery for me. Got some food for thoughts. The whole division into grammar/ vocabulary and functions seems to be quite clear and logical. I hope I’ll get more
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Westford
This unit brought up how to make a lesson plan. It mentioned there is no right way to make a lesson plan but lesson plans a very useful. Lessons plans are not supposed to be scripted but they are su
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Westmoreland
I have come to know that it would have been much better for me to create my own syllabus as an supplementary worksheet when i used to teach back in Korea. Even though I had the ability to create my ow
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Westport
This section covers teaching vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions while using the ESA format explained in an earlier unit. Examples for each (Engage, Study, and Activate) are giv
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Westville
This unit gives ways of teaching special groups, including beginners which are separated in categories and can be challenging to teach but rewarding, and the unit gives some tips for teaching beginner
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Wethersfield
It is relatively easier for native speakers to learn english language because they are surrounded by this language and they are able to put the language into practice more often than those non-native
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Wheatfield
this unit (unit 7) speaks about vocabulary, grammar, and functions. Grammar is the set of structural rules that govern the composition of sentences, phrases, and words. For example, how to conjugate v
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Wheatland
In this unit, i have learnt the different parts of speech which includes; noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, adjective, gerunds, article, prepositions and conjunctions. I have also been able to identify the
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Wheeler
In this unit, I learnt the different types of classes. They are; beginners class, individual student class, children class, business english class, monolingual class and multilingual class. A good tea
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White Creek
This unit focus on examining teaching to different special groups. More specifically the groups taken into exam are: beginners, individual teaching, children, business classes and are also examined th
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White Plains
Unit 15 discussed the three primary methods of evaluating and assessing student's language level, which includes tutorials, evaluation by students, and tests. Different tests can be administered to ac
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Whitehall
In this unit I had learned about the different parts of speech that helps to create sentences that have both meaning and intention. Parts of speech that had been covered were; Nouns, Verbs, adverbs, a
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Whitestown
What I learnt from this unit: A teacher has many roles. She is not only teaching the knowledge, but also to guild the students in all aspects. This is quite different from our old education system in
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Willet
As all aspects in English is important, when we come ton writing it becomes very difficult for the students to adapt. As mentioned in the study that writing needs more time for the student it has been
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Williamson
As someone who does not have a plethora of experience in teaching a full classroom, much of this information was new to me. I have experienced one-on-one and small group settings, but I have only been
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Williamstown
In this unit, i watched the ESA demonstration classes video and i have learnt that a teacher's attitude and how he uses various teaching techniques in the class, goes a long way to making the class a
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Willing
unit 10,Through the video lessons its clearly shown the effective teaching methods. In the first lesson the teacher was not successful in arousing the students motivation.Teacher discourages students
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Willsboro
This unit covered the techniques and skills behind classroom management covering eye contact, voice, grouping students, classroom arrangement, board writing, giving individual attention, giving instru
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Wilmington
Challenging but once again quite practical. This unit expands nicely on classroom activities and gives one the choice to possibly apply in the future to a class. I personally found the linking of the
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Wilna
In this unit talks about Present tense: Present simple, Present continuous, Present perfect, and Present perfect continuous. The structure, some grammar rules, and the usages in each present tens
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Wilson
I found this unit to be full of great information for managing a classroom. Using the best methods, in the right situations, promotes a positive learning environment. Overall, what I took away from th
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Wilton
I have learned the basic characteristics of good teachers and learners. I have also learned the various roles a teacher can play in the classroom, to help motivate and encourage the students to learn
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Windham
There were a lot of games or tips for teaching English language learners. When I taught ELL students, I was struggling with getting attention from my students and at the same time to correct their lan
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Windsor
It can be understood that their are many objectives when planning a lesson. This can aid in giving you as a teacher, both structure and flexibility. Knowing where you would like to go with the lesson,
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Winfield
this unit presents some of the most important classroom management strategies. You must be prepared each time that you walk into your class room. Children know when their teacher has done their homewo
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Wirt
this unit introduced to video examples. The first example was of poor class teaching while the second example was of good class teaching. These examples showed what the attitude of a teacher can ma
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Wolcott
Unit 2 is about main points of English grammar, mostly the theory. Unit was usefull for me. Despite the fact that I know how English grammar works I have lack of theoretical knowledge. The classifica
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Woodbury
Unit 7 expresses about teaching a new language. It mainly includes vacabulary, grammar, functions. Vocabulary learning will largely depend on number of factors such as; similarity to students own lang
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Woodhull
Much of what I know about grammar, as a native English speaker, I've learned through speaking, reading and writing. When the fundamentals of grammar are broken down into their rules and base forms it
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Woodstock
It's useful to have a very deliberate, systematic approach to teaching new vocabulary and grammar. I learned in this lesson how to make these things fun while still remaining rigorous and effective. I
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Worcester
This lesson taught me ways to classify teaching styles/methods, learners, and English levels. It also prompted me to be more self-reflective when I am teaching in any classroom, with a specific eye to
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Worth
This unit covers how a lesson plan should be written and what should be included in a lesson plan. A lesson plan should cover three important functions. These are, an aid to planning, a record and a w
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Wright
This unit brought up grammar. It mentioned the various types of conditional statements. It gave the patterns conditional statements follow. Also in this unit, reporting was mentioned. the type of r
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