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Dwight
Unit 15 provides me with knowledge of evaluating ESL students. In essence, assessment is of three types: Initial, formative and summative. • Initial assessment consists of the measures undertaken by
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East Dunseith
The seventh concerns itself three main phases of a lesson. They are engage study and activate phase. These parts are typically included in any type of a lesson. Tasks which are used depend on the type
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East Fairview
Unit One Review: While the materials in Unit One may seem like common knowledge, it is helpful to see the roles of a Teacher and a Student laid out in point form. The varying differences in the poten
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Edgeley
This unit was another enlightening lesson. I know at some time in my future teaching career, I will come across students who may be reluctant to learn, distracted, or any of the other various "proble
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Edinburg
Speaking and writing are classic parts of teaching a new language that I anticipated learning about during this certification. Something that I didn't originally think about was the fact that letters
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Edmore
This unit reflects the past tense of unit 4 as it showed the difference between past simple tense which is stating completed finished action at the past, past contentious stating action in progress bu
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Egeland
Maintaining the control of the classroom is indeed challenging not only for beginner teachers but also for an experienced teacher like me. In this unit, I became aware of a lot of things to consider
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Elgin
This unit revolves around the teaching of grammar, vocabulary and grammatical functions. Teaching vocabulary has to follow some criteria to select the words to teach: : Appropriacy to the students App
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Ellendale
The unit number ten focuses on analyzing two variants of one lesson. The first lesson contains lots of teacher’s mistakes in methodology and behavior. First of all, the teacher ignored such an impor
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Elliott
I learnt that a lesson plan helps inexperienced teachers in conducting a class with preparation for dealing with language problems and the direction of the lessons. Lesson plans help teachers to note
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Embden
Teaching aid and equipments have become indeed a great teaching resource, especially the use of laptop and projectors or toherwise TV to give learners a real feel of the language points through imager
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Emerado
I already know some of the contents because of my experience as an English teacher for almost 4 years. but I also learned more than I had.I basically learned how to be a good teacher, how to make a go
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Enderlin
This unit is useful because it highlights when and how the present tense of grammar is used, pointing out common mistakes to expect from learners. Many uses are commonly misunderstood hence it may be
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Englevale
In this unit the information on teaching productive skills is given. There are two productive skills: speaking and writing. We can not say that one is more important than the other, as with the recept
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Epping
in this unit I have learned many ways to deal with students problem and the precaution that a teacher has to be aware of in USING A NATIVE LANGUAGE because if the students see that the teacher knows t
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Erie
Current unit gives a keen observation of English language phonology and pronunciation. It isn’t rather big and difficult so can easily be presented to students. Moreover listening to teacher’s spe
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Esmond
This unit taught the future tense including several forms that I had either not been aware of previously or had not seen as a version of future tense. Though I had obviously been aware of its usage,
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Fairdale
This unit covered a lot of miscellaneous grammar content, modal verbs, passive voice, relative clauses as well as phrasal verbs. This was the most difficult of the grammar lessons for me so far becau
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Fairmount
This unit seems like a good sort of over-arching view of how to teach new language to language students, but thankfully adds some practical things that can be done to help in this endeavor. For instan
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Fargo
This unit provided great information on how teachers should conduct themselves in the classroom and what aspects of the teacher-student relationship need to be thoughtfully planned. I feel that the re
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Fessenden
Unit number 9 states the fact that lesson planning is inseparable part of teacher’s work. First of all you can understand what students will be able to do after lesson, i.e. goals. Secondly, it serv
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Fingal
It definitely makes learning more interesting and motivates learners to learn the English language when an educator uses visual aids during the classroom. I really appreciate all the examples and typ
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Finley
This unit describes Present Tense. There is Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continuous. Present Simple is used for habitual and routine actions, permanent situatio
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Flasher
This unit describes past tense. It included Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, Past Perfect Continous. We use Past Simple for a past action when the time is given, when the times is asked abo
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Flaxton
The eighth unite concerns itself grammar option to express future action. The choice of tense or a construction depends on time when it will happen, on kind of action and sometimes even the degree of
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Forbes
I learned that the concept of a new language structures can be defined in various ways, but there are four significant aspects teachers and learners need to be aware of and focus on are; form and pat
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Fordville
This unit covered the many methodologies used when teaching English as a foreign language, such as the basics in grammar translation to the lexical approach. It also introduces the Engage study activa
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Forest River
in this lesson I have learned the different skills of teaching special groups for example business group, I was always afraid of teaching business people because I thought that I needed to have knowle
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Forman
Testing is a controversial topic in the school systems. Learning about different types of tests and why we use them was beneficial. I liked learning about placement tests and diagnostic tests because
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Fort Ransom
At a certain moment of his career, a teacher has to face the teaching of the grammar. The goal of this unit is to present the different parts of the speech in the English grammar. The unit analyzes th
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Fort Totten
This unit covered certain skills that must be taught to the students of English throughout the learning process. it covered receptive skills, which are reading and listening. The various types of read
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Fort Yates
in this unit, I have learned the mistakes that teachers do and those mistakes affect the whole lesson, for example, the teacher's attitude towards the students or during the lesson is more important,
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Fortuna
I think lesson planning shows that you are professional and committed to your job. Making your own lesson plan will show you are organized, structured and have thought about what you are going to do
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Foxholm
The fourteenth unit concerns itself books and materials for teaching English. What can be materials for class? Nowadays a wide range of books, CDs and games are presented in the internet. As studying
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Fredonia
Unit 17 is about managing resources: equipment and teaching aids. There are many different ways in which a teacher can make the learning experience more interesting and memorable for learners. One tec
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Frontier
The fifteenth unit depicts the importance of evaluating students. Evaluation can be conducted in different forms according to teacher’s goals. The first test which a teacher usually needs it’s a p
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Fullerton
Unit 1 was very helpful and emphasizes the relationship between student and teachers. The teacher must be a participant and a good tutor since the student needs guidance and support. The teacher shoul
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Gackle
Of all the units studied thus far, this is my favorite one. Some ideas stuck out with me: Say a learner's name at the end of a question because this will cause the other learners to be alert because
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Galesburg
This lesson covered general concepts concerning the many roles a teacher must play when teaching. A teacher must be able to transition through the many roles as the classroom can be a very dynamic lea
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Gardena
Unit Six covers the structure of the past tenses, which include the past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. The past tenses include similarities to the present tenses
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Gardner
Learners of the English Language most definitely need to be assessed and evaluated to know how much language they have acquired and how much has been retained. With self-motivated learners, assessment
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Garrison
Unit number six provides s keen observation of past tenses system. Past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous are observed here. Moreover each of them has auxiliary verb. T
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Gascoyne
In this unit I learned about the methods for learning language. I found myself remembering activities I had to do in Spanish classes in school and categorizing them into the different methodologies.
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Gilby
This unit taught me how to arrange classroom seating, how to utilize gestures and eye contact as well as the pros and cons of different group sizes. This unit stressed the importance of maintaining c
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Gladstone
This lesson covered teaching new language, specifically focusing on vocabulary, grammar and language functions. Which each of these it gave lists of possible activities and a sample lesson. It also su
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Glen Ullin
This unit covers a range of methodologies from Task-based learning to the silent way, each methodology is briefly explained, highlighting the pros and cons of each teaching method. This unit focuses
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Glenburn
Unit Seven discusses various approaches one might take in applying ESA methods to introduce new language to a student. Generally lessons that target grammar and vocabulary utilize the 'straight arrow'
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Glenfield
This unit was concerned with lesson planning. The unit discussed whether lesson should be planned, and the conclusion was that most teachers will have some form of plan; as to have a clear aim in less
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Golden Valley
This unit was quite interesting actually, though the phrasal verbs are actually a bit difficult to get, since there are a lot of rules for them, I can see how they could cause a lot of difficulty for
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Golva
This unit talks about what should and shouldn't be included in a lesson plan, why it is important to lesson plan, and what to consider when making a lesson plan. As a newer/less experienced teacher, I
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