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Spring Lake
As stated, this Unit was easy to understand. It helped to explain Present Tenses before this Unit, making Past Tenses more simpler to understand. I usually have a good knowledge of Past Tense uses and
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St. Helena
Unit One was helpful in identifying common qualities shared by what has been termed as "good teachers" and "good learners." It is important to identify and reflect upon qualities because this will be
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St. James
This unit shows us two different classes, one with a hostile, rude, and condescending teacher (answers rudely and talks with a condescending tone throughout) and one with a more upbeat and engaged tea
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St. Pauls
Unit 16 covered conditionals and reported speech. I have learned that there are five forms of conditional speech; zero, first, second, third and mixed. I also learned several teaching ideas to aid tea
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Staley
This unit deals with the qualities of a good teacher, the roles they are likely to perform, the types of students they will be dealing with (very young learners through to adults), the ways in which t
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Stallings
These were two amazing examples of how lesson is supposed to be conducted and the opposite. From the 1st minute I felt that Video 1 is how lesson is NOT supposed to be conducted. In video 1 the studen
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Stanfield
The understanding of the different methodologies is important to providing the best possible teaching experience for students. Knowing for instance which methodology in correlation to the students ca
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Stanley
This unit covers the four present tense forms - present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous - and gives examples of each, how they are formed, exceptions for spe
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Stantonsburg
In this unit we watched a video that portrayed two examples of a teacher's style. In the first, the teaching style was poor, because the teacher's attitude was rather cold and his instructions were co
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Star
I was initially surprised, though honestly I shouldn't have been, at the similarities between organizing a lesson plan and creating an adventure session for a tabletop role-playing game. When you wri
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Statesville
The teachers and learners unit has broadened my knowledge about the multi-roles of a teacher and how and when to execute these roles in the classroom. And also, understanding the fact that a teacher m
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Stedman
Classroom management is a dynamic skill that is learnt primarily 'on the job'. Class size, the space available, the age and nationalities of students, and their language level are just some of the fac
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Stem
In this unit I learned about following issues: • TEACHING METHODS: Grammar – translation (finding equivalents in native language L1). Classic method, 17-th century, Used by scholars to translat
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Stokesdale
As a native learner that has never learnt the phenomic alphabet, the benefits of these are immediately clear! However variations in accents mean there is still a lot of variation in the way different
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Stoneville
This unit explores different methodologies, theories and techniques of teaching, it has carefully analyzed methodologies and exposed its pros and cons. Its focus is student centered based on how they
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Stonewall
Equally important are speaking and writing. While writing, spelling is a priority because a word spelled wrong could either not make any sense or have a different meaning. Likewise students should be
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Stovall
During this unit I learned what it takes to be a good teacher. I learned that patience, sensitivity, encouragement, and excitement is huge when trying to teach someone anything. I learned what the rol
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Sugar Mountain
Unit 18 covers the topics of modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs can be used to express many different ideas, such as: obligation, possibility, probability, permission, proh
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Summerfield
This was an excellent unit and truly showed the difference and what I have been lacking in understanding between teaching English composition to native speakers, and actually teaching English. I have
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Sunset Beach
This Unit was simple but good. It just opened my eyes a little bit to show much how sometimes English speakers change and complicate sentences. And just how many different ways and words can be used t
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Surf City
Managing classes can be tricky for many educators especially in their first year of teaching. I have been teaching ESL students for the past four years using many of the technics mentioned in the con
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Swansboro
This lesson (and the video) was a great overview of the general grammar rules of English, it helped to brush up my knowledge from the basics and I could refresh how to analyze a sentence and see each
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Swepsonville
In this first unit, I can say that I learned about the two important constituents of the teaching-learning process, the teacher and the learner; and the different language levels and their classificat
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Sylva
It was, like the previouse units, very interesting. I think, after these repeating I will never forgot which phase of lesson I teach and from what it consists. If you'll wake up me in three o'clock in
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Tabor City
The videos were very useful because they outlined strength and weaknesses that occurs in the classroom at all times. They also show how we can make our lessons more effective. I have learned the impo
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Tar Heel
This unit is shorter than most units in its teaching aspect, it it more than makes up for it with its exntesive list of resources and online materials provided. It has a large list of dictionaries in
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Tarboro
There are four types of past tense verbs. These are past simple, past continuous, past perfect, pst perfect continuous. With these, there are different ways to express the different types of past tens
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Taylorsville
this unit stresses on the importance of productive skills along with its different attributes from language point of view.. It is equally important to learn about your productive skills as it enhances
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Taylortown
This unit shows how direct speech is turned into indirect speech and a number of conditionals such as zero, first, second, third and mixed. When reporting speech usually most of the tenses change to f
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Teachey
The use of different variety of materials by teachers and learners is of great importance in any language course . Authentic and created materials should be differentiated to make the course effect
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Thomasville
This unit was a very good overview of hot to teach productive skills, why they are important and how to address common issues and mistakes. It's important to have very clear the different rules for ea
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Tobaccoville
This unit gives an overview of conditional sentences and reported speech, both of which can be rather confusing to learners because they affect the tense of a sentence in many different ways. In condi
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Topsail Beach
A teacher's attitude towards students is very important. There are various roles in teaching; manager, organizer, etc. that teachers should strive to utilize so that students become a part of the lea
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Trent Woods
This Unit was a good hype for TESOL students to feel more comfortable about getting out there and teaching. I for one know that the first class, when the students do not know the teacher and vise vers
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Trenton
This unit was another necessary unit so I can teach students past tense words/sentences properly. As a native speaker knowing what is past perfect or past simple can be difficult or confusing. I think
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Trinity
The two videos show the contrast between successful teaching and how not to teach. Clearly lesson 2 students were much more engaged as the teacher was more clear and more positive therefore the inform
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Troutman
Unit 12 covers the two productive skills - writing and speaking. In regards to speaking, there is a difference between accuracy and fluency and both can be developed in different ways. That's very hel
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Troy
This unit gave an overview of the different roles a teacher may take in the classroom as well as the different kinds of learners a teacher may have in his or her classes. A teacher's role at any given
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Tryon
This Unit talks about and explains about, how to express the things happened in the past in English language. This also takes you through all possible time period and also refers to the events, action
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Turkey
It was a little bit difficult, especially when I chose between "going to future" and "present simple with future meanings". "Present continuous with future meanings" surprised for me too. I had probl
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Unionville
This unit has shown how important it is to recognize parts of speech. This helps us to analyze sentences, understand them and construct good sentences. It analyzes how sentences are separeted into dif
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Valdese
Unit 2 discussed some of the basic categories and rules of English grammar, and provided many examples of what they are and how they are applied. As I studied the different kinds of nouns, verbs, arti
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Vanceboro
It was very interesting to see two demo lessons side by side. I think everyone has experienced both types of teaching attitudes, but hardly would we think of ourselves as the teacher. I think it can
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Vandemere
This unit shows the step by step methods of identifying and teaching phonology in English. It talks about the need to pay particular attention to it as well. In as much as i thought it was going to be
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Varnamtown
As an already established English Professor, I have often taken the time to think about what it means to be a good teacher and what attributes I should have that facilitate the best learning environme
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Vass
In this unit, classroom management was the overall theme. Discipline, seating arrangements, talking time, and more was covered. Some of the biggest things I learned were in regards to building rapport
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Waco
Grammar provides the building blocks for language. Unit 2 gives us the parts of speech. Each part serves a particular purpose in the sentence. Nouns, one of the two parts of speech that make up the co
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Wade
In unit twelve, a closer understanding of speaking and skills is taken. Techniques and activities that can help both teachers and learners are treated. This include the use of games in the activate p
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Wadesboro
This unit centers on the classroom management. This is so important because if a teacher is unable to manage and control his/her classroom, then, it is going to be extremely difficult for any effectiv
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Wagram
As you go through this unit, it starts giving you the overall idea of the English Language and its fascinating use with respect to time of speaking and its reference to future. The future tense is one
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