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Oakboro
This unit was a great overwview of why receptive skills are important, how to teach them and how to avoid common problems among learners. It's important to choose carefully the materials so that they
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Old Fort
The definition of 'and non-authentic was not that clear in the reading. I had to stop and look up the meaning which took me out of the 'zone' momentarily. With the understanding of the words, it seems
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Oriental
This unit gives an overview of phonology and pronunciation as a whole, as well as common trouble students have with pronouncing English words and ways of teaching pronunciation. The main things that I
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Orrum
The use of different equipments and teaching aids were looked into in this unit to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependant on the text book. Different schools have different resour
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Ossipee
This unit gave me an opportunity to plan out how I want to teach the past tense based on the complexities of their categories. I'm realizing that the most emphasis is placed on the actual verbs. Rathe
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Oxford
a good teacher is the one who cares more about the lerners then teaching lesson he must know his feeling and understand what he want to attract him to love what he do and be more concentrat and good
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Pantego
this unit covers the continuation of the tenses of the English langauage. The past tenses is not too different from the present tenses except that past tenses obviously relate to past time periods, a
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Parkton
It is very important to understand what type of students you will be teaching. One of the main components behind this is gauging the level of proficiency students have towards the language. If they
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Parmele
There are five conditionals in the English language, comprising an 'if' clause, and it result. Some are factual and will always remain true, such as the zero conditional, and some are unlikely, or eve
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Patterson Springs
When teaching new vocabulary we need to take into consideration several factors for the better learning of our students. The meaning, the usage, the pronunciation and spelling, the function on a sente
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Peachland
Not having any memory of learning these tenses during my time at school.I found it difficult to breakdown the structures of the sentences initially whilst studying this unit. Over time it became a lit
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Peletier
In Unit 7,the concept of teaching new language is dealt with. The possibility of how to teach learners new language vocabulary, grammar, and other other aspects are highly considered. this is done
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Pembroke
Modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice can be one of the most challenging elements of learning the English language. Though some of the modal verbs can appear to be similar there are slight differe
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Pikeville
This unit really focused on the flow of the class. Being reminded that the focus of the class is on the needs of the student made it apperant that lesson planning is a powerful tool for any teacher. F
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Pilot Mountain
I believe that lesson plans are important part of the teacher's arsenal. Not only do lesson plans keep the objectives and the what they are planning to teach, but also provide a path on how to reach t
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Pine Level
Providing examples of the ESA using the 'straight arrow', 'patchwork', and 'boomerang' provided a clearer explanation of the process involved. I believe writing the objective and what students need to
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Pinebluff
This unit is all about future tenses with the going to future tense. It describes the similarity but also the difference between future simple and going to future tense. Again easy to differentiate by
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Pinehurst
In this unit i was able to point out the difference between the two videos, the second video has shown how the ESA method was used effectively, how the class was lively and how there was enough studen
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Pinetops
Lesson 1 The lesson was not a good example Because of no proper explanation students didn’t get the point of the lesson Teacher is interested only in formal teaching, not giving positive result Tea
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Pineville
The use of games is a great way to get student's motivated, engaged and having fun while learning. Almost any game can be adapted to the classroom! Many points need to be considered for writing in par
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Pink Hill
This unit has taught me how complex and important each part of a sentence is to the sentence structure. This unit taught me about all of the eight parts of speech that there is in the English language
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Pittsboro
This unit is quite large and contains lots of information to bear in mind, I should say all the information given is very useful for a teacher especially the material about ESA, sample activities prov
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Pleasant Garden
This unit provided input on how to teach pronunciation and gave keys to understanding how to teach the concepts of phonology. As a vocal major I appreciate the review of IPA. I actually really enjoy
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Plymouth
This unit focuses on a very important tool. The classroom is not only the room where students learn, it is an environment that can we either hostile or welcoming to students. A hostile classroom envir
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Polkton
Having only been a English composition instructor in the past, I found this unit very interesting in the way it differs from how one might teach a writing course versus a speaking course. I enjoyed le
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Polkville
In unit fifteen, the teacher is taught on how to evaluate and test his or her learners on language skills. Testing and evaluating the learners can be done in three stages ; before, during , and
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Pollocksville
In this part we are explained the difference between past tenses such as simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. It describes how to notice the difference between the four as they are all
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Powellsville
This unit established what qualities a good teacher should have and the variety of roles that the teacher may be required to perform while in the classroom. Examining the qualities of a good teacher
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Princeton
This unit was quite a bit tougher than I thought it would be. While I remembered, understood, and have taught most of the content within this module, I found it difficult to imagine how I would break
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Princeville
This unit gives an overview of the two receptive skills, reading and listening, as well as the necessary components to teaching these skills. Teaching reading and listening effectively involves findin
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Proctorville
This unit has focused on the use of coursebooks, materials and teaching aids, it has taken a general look at some of the issues relating to each of these types of material such as the wipe board, visu
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Raeford
I enjoyed taking a break from the reading to be able to reinforce what I think I know in the demonstrations given in the video lessons. I particularly appreciated that the video contained adult learne
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Raleigh
The teacher plays a large role in the dynamics of the classroom. The physical configuration of the room will also influence the class dynamic and should be well thought out. Building rapport with stud
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Ramseur
Unit four throughly covers present tenses within English grammar. Included topics are present simple, present continuous, present prefect, and present perfect conintuous. I learned a lot in regards to
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Randleman
The unit covers the method of teaching vocabulary, grammar, and the language structure. I found particularly useful the vocabulary section. Teaching vocabulary usually depends on many different factor
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Ranlo
This unit explains the many future tenses in English, their formation, their various usages, examples of each form, differences between 'will' and 'shall', common student mistakes with each form and e
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Raynham
Comparing two very different class experiences. On the one hand, an uninteresting and I'll prepared teacher was unable to effectively convey new language ideas because of a lack of engagement and unde
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Red Cross
As a retired teacher, I know the hardest thing for any teacher, especially the new teachers, is classroom management. For me it all comes down to relationships. With just the right words, you can get
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Red Oak
Unit 20 covers the topic of troubleshooting common problem situations. These can include: the first lesson, in which teachers build rapport with students; learn more about each student, assess student
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Red Springs
Unit 13 covered the topic of teaching pronunciation and phonology. This included intonation, which is a variation of pitch and volume in a sentence when speaking; and stress, which focuses on individu
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Reidsville
Classroom management is the skill of organizing the class, the students, and what happens during each class. A teacher's use of eye contact, gesture, and voice can serve to put the students at ease, c
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Rennert
In English grammar, there are other subjects like Modals, Phrasal verbs, and Passive voice. The importance of Modal verbs in English communication is treated , not leaving out phrasal verbs , passiv
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Rhodhiss
Course materials can vary greatly depending on the teacher's preferences and the students level, culture and interests. They can be used to supplement one another, such as creating games to go alongsi
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Rich Square
This Unit only really talked about the different Test names, and a the importance of the test.As well as, External Exams names and usages. As I was going through this course and making up different le
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Richfield
Knowing how to manage a classroom is very essential for teaching and learning purposes. Building rapport is undoutedly key. Employing more gestures so that students talk time is increased is also part
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Richlands
In unit nineteen, the objective is to get the techniques and those activities that can be used when teaching different groups of learners .Such learners could be beginners, young learners and
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River Bend
This course introduced a brief overview of different learning methodologies including their strengths and weaknesses, before introducing us to our preferred method of ESA. ESA takes the strengths of m
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Roanoke Rapids
This unit covered the proper ways a teacher should manage a classroom (depending on size). Maintaining eye contact, establishing good rapport between the teacher and students, use of positive gestures
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Robbins
The objective of this unit is to expose the importance, and the uses of a lesson plan. Having a written plan is of great importance for new teachers, who are not yet familiar with class organization.
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Robbinsville
This unit has explored the use of modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice in details as well as a breif overview of clauses. It has broken down how to form or recognize these parts of grammar. It has
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