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This unit is focused on the future tense. It is clearly the most difficult tense in the English grammar. It has many different usages. The unit underlines the fact that students are likely to be very
Unit 11 focused on the two receptive skills, reading and listening, and the skills which these involve, such as predictive skills, scanning, skimming, finding detailed information, and deducing meanin
The unit covers the different methods of teaching according t o different groups of students. Looking at my personal experience in class, I have found that teaching to groups of many students can be a
This unit addressed the receptive skills of reading and listening. Reading and listening are two of the skills required to learn and use a language effectively. This unit discussed practical ways to
This unit was about productive skills and its relevance. At the end of the lesson, i have been provided with a broader spectrum of reasons for speaking and writing skills beyond the normal reasons com
this unit specifically emphases the importance of the classroom atmosphere and the relation development between the teacher and the students. this is very very important for the teacher to be in comma
This is most difficult unit as it involves phonetic scripts. The phonetic alphabet uses many of the letters of the English alphabet, but their pronunciations are very restricted and are not always the
Teaching vocabulary, grammar, and the function of the language are all important when teaching a new language to a group of students. Using the ESA approach of first engaging a student, then the stud
The teacher doesn’t link the study and activate activities in the second lesson.
The teacher starts with animals in the Study phase and moves on to their habits in the Activate phase.
The teacher li
This unit focused on evaluation and testing. Teaching and learning go hand-in-hand and this process cannot be completed unless, evaluation and some form of testing the students knowledge have taken pl
EVALUATION AND TESTING
Ways to assess a student’s language level:
• Evaluations by the students
Types of tests:
• Placement tests - to place new students into the cor
This unit is great for those new to teaching or who have not had much or any classroom experience because it gives a great overview of how to plan your lessons and prepare for teaching in various situ
Past tenses are a lot of fun! Their mastery is proof of fluency with the English language. The past and present tenses follow the same patterns having past simple, past continuous, past perfect, pas
Lesson Planning is an important part of the teaching process. It should be done in a format that the teacher will feel comfortable to use. There are some areas that important in lesson planning and
In this unit, we are taught how best to approach our very first class lesson. It is not a good idea to start off right away with the course book as it might make them intimidated. Start with warmers,
Unit 1 discusses teachers and learners. A good teacher has many different rolls to play in order to be an effective educator. The ability to be fair with students, having knowledge of the subject matt
This unit covers the importance of testing, the different types of testing that can be done by the teacher, and finally a large list of external tests. Testing is very important all throughout a Engli
I had never before heard of speaking being broken into two parts. I had always assumed speaking to be one general category of language learning, but it actually makes a lot of sense to have things bro
The content of this unit described the forms and usages of the present tense. I learned some rules about the usage of each tense. I must confess that some of it is confusing to me. I especially had
This unit was a lot of foundational grammar concepts, most of which I was already familiar with, but it was nice to get the refresher. For the new things (or those things I had apparently forgotten ab
I really enjoyed learning the different roles of a teacher. Before reading the unit I thought there was only one role of a teacher and that was to teach the students the subject. However, I did notice
This unit perfectly mirrored the present tenses unit, but instead focused on the four forms of the past tense. Each section on the past tenses reviewed the form of the tense, followed by the usages of
This lesson was great for planning and deciding how the teacher will physically manage the classroom, which to be honest, seems like one of the more daunting parts of teaching for a new teacher, which
I have learned many methodologies and techniques that I will use in the classroom. ESA lessons are essential when teaching a new language. It creates an environment that is fulfilling and rewarding fo
Past tenses are formed much the same way as present tenses. Therefore, learning the past tenses is a natural next step for students studying English verb structure. In both present and past tenses, th
A refresher on basic English grammar is very much appreciated. Reviewing this material reminded me of my early years in English class struggling to memorize prepositions, irregular verb tenses, and co
This unit gives an overview of the future tenses, as well as other formulations that are used to express future meaning. The main thing I learned from this unit, aside from the specifics of each tense
This unit was about developing a lesson plan. In this unit, i learnt that not only does the lesson plan serve as a record but it is also a working document and provides help in thinking through system
Teaching tools are varied and numerous. The point of this unit is to understand that not every classroom is the same. Knowing your students is essential in knowing how they should be taught. Using the
i have learn the good roles of a teacher and i have from these roles i have noticed the that there is a difference between a teacher and a good teacher.I have also learn that it is good for the teache
The teacher's attitude, style of teaching, and expressions are the biggest things to be noticed. It's true that if we, as teachers, don't put the lesson at a level that the students can grasp (and yet
This module has been very eductive. Covering a wide scope of knowledge and information which are very vital to improve teaching standard.I learned so much about ESA strategies.This is because I was no
I now know the future tenses are subdivided into seven tenses namely the future simple, further continuous, future effect, future perfect continuous, be going+infinitive, the present simple, the prese
This particular section was very interesting. I taught English in an International school many years ago and the school required a certain way of teaching. While I knew some of the methods, this part
Unit 7 looked at how to teach a new language to students. It covered teaching vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. What I have learnt from this unit was that there are different
This unit was rather difficult and it took some time to really understand what the differences are. But after some studying it seems to make a little more sense. I learned that present tense has many
this unit takes a turn at the productive skill (speaking and writing), showing how it is just as important as the receptive skill, it has concluded that both skills are needed to acheive the goal of l
This lesson covered the topic of planning lessons. It spoke of some of the reasons for doing lesson plans, as well as preparation for class and being organized. I agree for the most part with the writ
This unit really opened my eyes to content that in my daily speech I would never think about. The section on articles made me realize a huge flaw in information I would normally teach. One way native
Unit 10 looked at two different video lessons that highlighted effective versus ineffective teaching methods. My main take away from this Unit was that it is important for the teacher to have an enthu
Unit 4 discusses the present tenses, they are divided into four tenses: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous.
Present simple is the most common tense a
This topic focuses on how we best understand a language which is mostly by reading, listening, speaking and writing. If we read the text, it is easier to focus on it and re-read until you start to und
Classroom management is where teaching all begins. Without proper management of the classroom it is difficult for learning to take place. I see where the physical presence of the teacher and the voi
This unit was a great review of all present tenses. I learned everything about the 4 types of present tenses, their construction in affirmative, negative and question form, usages, common mistakes and
The unit taught me a lot about both conditionals and reported speech. It was very good to review the 5 modalities of conditionals and study their structure and function. I realized most of times Engli
Unit 16 explores Conditionals and Reported speech. In this unit, there is a flashback to the unit that talked about grammar and takes a close look at the various forms of conditional sentences and how
The content of this unit has cleared few of my doubts and cleared my misunderstanding about the knowledge I had about the parts of the speech. Now it is more clear to me as "The construction of the se
This unit focuses on the conditionals and reported speech. Indirect speech focuses more on the content of what someone said rather than their exact words. In indirect speech, the structure of the repo
Unit nine explores the different types of classes (teaching special groups), ranging from beginners (and their different categories), individual students, those who learn English for business purposes
In unit 7, we learn how to teach and present new language vocabulary, grammar structures and language forms. The formulation and teaching of the lesson is based on the students level and what the stu
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