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Bolivia
Unit 2 helped me to refresh my knowledge on Englash grammar. It gives a thorough description of each part of speech with clarifying examples. I've finally understood the difference between transitive
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Bolton
This unit goes over several possible problems that may come up in the language class, either as a result of the structure of the class itself (too large, different language levels) or issues students
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Boone
Lesson planning is one of the key elements of having a successful classroom. Strategizing the importance of what needs to be taught and how it needs to be taught is very important to maintaining a go
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Boonville
In unit ten, the theory of reading and listening skills are examine .The four basic skills in any language are ; receptive skills- reading and listening and productive skills- speaking and writi
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Bostic
This lesson explains how to best prepare for your class whether you are an experienced teacher or just beginner. It gives tips on what to prepare before the class starts, to have your equipment ready
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Brevard
Having studied English and grammar throughout my education I have found these names and rule familiar. However at every point in my education I have believed this is an exercise. We speak by intonati
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Bridgeton
this unit covers the present tenses of the English langauage. It talks about how the present tenses predominantly describes a current event or state of being. However, somewhat unusually, the present
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Broadway
This unit was about receptive skills and its relevance. At the end of the lesson, i have been provided with a broader spectrum of reasons for reading and listening skills beyond the normal reasons com
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Brookford
This unit gave me good insight on how to receive my students. I have always thought about the question, "what makes a good teacher?", but hardly thought much about the question, "what makes a good lea
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Brunswick
This unit gives an overview of the various equipment, materials, and resources a teacher may have access to during their course. The resources available and those that are most useful will vary depend
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Bryson City
This unit discussed the different theories and methodologies behind teaching English, from the more rigid form of "grammar-translation" to the more effective form of "PPP" (for lower-level students).
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Bunn
These videos of two lessons were very enlightening. I feel the instructor’s attitude was much more welcoming in the second video than in the first. He also explained the activities better in the sec
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Burgaw
In this section we learned the basic of lesson planning. We had a basic review of the ESA and The straight arrow lesson plan and how that is conducted. This was previously covered in lesson three but
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Burlington
This Unit really emphasized my responsibility as a teacher. There are many "hats" a teacher must wear within a classroom and adaptability is key. As mentioned within the first few paragraphs, being a
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Burnsville
The use of a course book is often a debated issue. This unit does not influence the learner in any specific way, but, instead, it provides different possible uses that teachers can adopt with their cl
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Butner
I agree with the unit when it says that course books are a highly debated conversation. There are many teachers who prefer to create their own plan with their own style. However, I believe that course
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Cajah's Mountain
The content of this unit gave an in-depth overview of future tenses. It outlined the various areas of future tenses as well as give specific examples of forms, usages, and teaching ideas. Future te
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Calabash
This was an excellent unit and a great refresher for manipulating past tense. I must admit I was a bit concerned approaching this unit if only because the unit on present tense was rather difficult fo
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Calypso
COURSE BOOKS AND LESSON MATERIALS Types of materials prepared by the teacher • Authentic (anything native speaker would hear or read: magazines, songs, poems) • Created materials (designed by tea
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Cameron
Unit seventeen explores the various the different equipment/teaching aids that can be used in a class room to make lessons more interesting, effective and less reliant on a course book. It also highli
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Candor
When students search through articles or other literary items it is important for them to collect the information they need. Same can be said for speaking and listening, what is the information the s
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Canton
Unit one covers teachers and learners, their relationship to one another, as well as their individual qualities. The content regardeing what makes a quality teacher includes their attitude, their role
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Cape Carteret
This unit discussed four past tenses of the English language; past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. I have noticed similarities in language forms between present tens
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Carolina Beach
I can understand the different levels of learners abilities and why it is important to apply activities for all students in order to keep interest. I am currently a teacher for martial arts and was tr
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Carolina Shores
In this unit, I learned about the different types of teaching methods and how important it is to implement each type in lessons. I know it's important because it can help motivate students to actually
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Carrboro
in this unit i have learn a lot about authentic materials and created materials. i have learn that the authentic materials gives students the confidence and also i have learn about the advantages of t
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Carthage
In this chapter I learned a lot about how to manage a classroom and the different factors involved in doing so in an effective way, such as size, physical space available, characteristics of the stude
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Cary
This unit has covered the subject of pronounciation and phonolgy and how to teach them. It has explored the use of intonation and stress to emphasis our speech. It went on to enhance our underatanding
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Casar
Unit 3 provided me with profound information on various EFL approaches, methods and techniques; taught me how to spot differences between existing approaches and understand their pros and cons. I've l
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Castalia
This was a very informative lesson, I learned the difference between errors and mistakes.l learned different teaching methods work for different ages, and that what works for one student, might not wo
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Caswell Beach
Unit 5 discusses classroom management. This is the skill of organizing the class, individual students within that class and what takes place within the class. Some considerations include: the use of e
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Catawba
This unit gave an overview of the four aspects of the past tense: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. As with the unit on present tenses, it really highlights how
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Cedar Point
Unit 6 discusses the past tenses, they are divided into four tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. This unit is very similar to Unit 4, and just as confusing
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Cedar Rock
Unit three gave great insight into teaching methodologies that are effective and creative, highlighting the very importance of using a variety of methods to maintain an engaged group and avoid losing
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Centerville
This unit focuses on the teaching and learning process. Teacher learning is a continuous process that promote teachers’ teaching skills, master new knowledge, develop new proficiency, which in turn,
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Cerro Gordo
In unit 3,I've come to learn about the different methodologies in teaching a language. The most essential methodologies in my point of view are as follows; Suggestopaedia; Presentation,Practice a
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Chadbourn
Unit three spoke of different language learning theories such as grammar translation, task-based learning, etc. Then, the Engage, study, and activitate method was presented. From there, different ways
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Chapel Hill
The content of this unit helped provide an overview of how to manage a classroom. It gave beneficial information about when and how to use group work, pair work, individual work, and whole class work
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Charlotte
In my opinion this topic is crucial as everything starts with a discipline and every teacher should know how to manage his/her class effectively. From this unit I have learnt about seating arrangement
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Cherryville
Unit 2 provided an overview of parts of speech. One of my major takeaways from this unit is that in English there are many parts of speech with very specific functions and many irregularities, which m
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Chimney Rock
I find this Unit particularity good in teaching not only the reason why a teacher needs to use the reading and listening skill set, but also how to use it. I learned that reading is a lot easier to te
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China Grove
This unit seems to be quite heavy with the parts of speech. Though it brought back some unpleasant memories of my high school experience of taking English, it is a good refresher. My initial thought i
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Chocowinity
This lesson was really exhaustive and complete. It was my first real contact with phonetics and the proposals and ideas of how to teach such a complex and important part of the language were really he
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Claremont
"Wow" is all I can say. I felt it was interesting how many things I, as a native speaker, just say because it "sounds right". How interesting to learn, though, there are actually reasons and rules beh
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Clarkton
This unit has looked at a basic skill in learning a language; the receptive skills (reading and listening) is very important and this unit has explored ideas of how to include it in a teaching session
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Clayton
Unit 6 outlines the usage of Past Tenses in the English language; pin points the peculiarities of each tense as well as shows differences between their usage. One of the meanings of Past Continuous, t
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Clemmons
This unit takes is back to The theory of language and focused on the importance of reading and listening skills needed to effectively teach and learn a new language. It dives into the crucial element
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Cleveland
In this unit I got a very complete overview of the different tools that a teacher can use in the classrooms, from less technological ones such as visual prompts, real-life objects or worksheets, to mo
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Clinton
This unit covers the basics of classroom management. This includes the uses of gestures, the voice and eye contact; how one may group students and the pros and cons to different set-ups; how to arrang
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Clyde
I've seen most of these techniques used off and on throughout my time in school. No one class ever had such a robust approach to teaching as to incorporate everything listed here into a singular expe
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