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Milnor
in this unit I have learned the different types of materials that can be-be used to motivate students, for example, its not only the course book that can be used to teach like some texts or materials
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Milton
I never get used to have problem with future tense, but I recognized that there are other forms and usages of this tense. I think it's a little bit confusing and need a lot of practicing. Every future
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Minnewaukan
In this unit, I learned the most commonly used language learning and teaching methodologies, such as grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, communicative language teaching, etc. Each theory has its ad
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Minot
This unit provides teachers with examples of new language teaching, namely vocabulary, grammar, and function. Teachers should bear in mind what aspects should be covered when we are teaching each sect
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Minto
in this unit I have learned the importance of teaching writing with is often neglected and which is also important for example students who are in university need to know how to use correct punctuatio
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Mohall
Lesson plan is a detailed guide that outlines the teacher’s objective for what the student will be able to do by the end of the lesson . There are three reason why a teacher should plan a lesson: 1)
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Monango
As an ELL Teacher, this unit has helped me further my knowledge in the role of the teacher as well as the role of the student. There are many different roles a teacher can take, however, each one is
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Montpelier
This unit was reinforcing the learning of vocabulary, and the structure of a lesson for teaching vocabulary items. An english lesson typically involves 3 parts. The engage portion in which the teacher
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Mooreton
The ninth unit is focused on lesson planning. It’s one of the most important points in teaching practice. The role of lesson plan is crucial. It’s teacher’s guide but of course you shouldn’t a
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Mott
I learnt that there are twelve tenses, considering that there are three different timeframes in English - the past, the present and the future, with each of these timeframes having four aspects - simp
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Mountain
After reviewing this unit, I had learned about the future tenses in regard to knowing how and when to use each future tense. Furthermore, this unit had taught me great teaching ideas and strategies fo
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Munich
As an ESL teacher, its good to practice and brush up on your grammar skills, even tenses such as the future tense, that are easier. When we learn about past, present, and future tenses we are younger
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Mylo
This unit is about future tenses in English In english there are 5 tenses : Future simple Future continuous Future perfect Future perfect continuous Going + infinitive Anyway, in the common usage, pr
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Napoleon
This unit describes tenses which express future actions, such as Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continuous, Present Simple, Present Continuous and to be going to. Fut
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Nash
The first unit provides information about ncssary skills for teachers, namly organisator's skills, model's skills etc. Moreover a tacher of English should clearly undrstand the students' level of Engl
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Neche
This unit was about past tenses; simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. From this unit I learnt that the basic forms of the different aspects the tenses are the same. "To be" + "verb" +
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Nekoma
Unit number three concerns itself tree main stages of every lesson, namely: engage, study and activate. Each of these stages has its own purposes. Speaking about the first stage the aim is to engage e
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New England
From unit 1, I could know qualities that a good teacher and a good learner should have, essential roles of a teacher, as well as how to distinguish the differences between adult and young learners. In
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New Leipzig
This unit on theories, methods, and techniques covers a lot of information and it took sometime for me to be familiar with the different teaching theories. It was interesting to identify which theory
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New Rockford
The fourth unit reflects basic rules of English Tenses system in particular present tenses. It is quite naturally that each tense has its own auxiliary verbs. For example do\does for present simple, a
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New Salem
Unit number 4 reflects basic rules of English Tenses system concerning present tenses. It is naturally observed that each tense has its own rules and auxiliary verbs. Furthermore special forms of the
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New Town
The sixteenth unit deals with such grammar points as reported speech and conditionals. They are two big topics for studying and of course for teaching. It fits students’ not of the beginner of eleme
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Newburg
I can tell that this unit would be very difficult for students, as it was difficult even for me, a native English speaker. There are a lot of difficult forms to learn and a lot of exceptions and it se
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Niagara
Unit 11 is about the way to teach receptive skills. I have already learnt new methods and tips to make my reading and listening lesson shine in this unit. ‘Receptive Skills’ (also known as ‘Pass
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Nome
This unit describes some troubles during the lesson. It may be difficult to have a lesson with the students of different level, large class, reluctant students, or the students who are using their nat
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Noonan
This unit explains to the readers the different forms, usage, common errors and teaching ideas of the four types of past tense. There is a lot of memory work and practiced involved for teaching and le
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North River
The sixth unit provides information about the past tenses system. It includes past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. Two finished and two continuous actions. Past simp
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Northwood
This is the last unit and it covers various difficulties that the teacher may experience. I was particularly struck by the emphasis on not using the native language. Although this had been taught prev
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Oakes
I really enjoyed learning about different ways to teach new language. Sometimes as a teacher we are so concerned with how much our students know instead of what is the most important what is the most
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Oberon
This unit describes teaching receptive skills, which are listening and reading. Students can have problems with listening and reading. This connected with the language contained in the text. To make
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Oriska
A lot of the future tenses are very similar in usage and form to their present and past counterparts. Future tenses are possibly the most difficult for students to get down simply because there are so
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Orrin
Class management involves many aspects. Eye contact, gesture and voice are some. It is important also to group students accordingly depending on activity. Class room arrangement is also crucial to eff
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Osnabrock
Finding the right coursebook is one of the most important tasks a teacher needs to undertake. Thanks to Unit 14, I have learnt some tips to choose suitable course books and lesson materials. They are:
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Overly
This is a great overview of the different types of special groups that one might be teaching. It would be interesting to include other types of special groups though as well, like for instance, studen
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Oxbow
Learning about the Engage-Study-Activate method was extremely helpful but also easy to follow. I am starting out with little experience in teaching, so the example activities and advice that is availa
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Page
This unit talked about available classroom resources. These ranged from the most basic, chalkboards, to several lists of available internet resources. I was reminded that the classic resources are sti
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Palermo
This unit was concerned with the roles and attributes of a good teacher, the attributes of a good student, and the complexities of the relationship between teachers and learners. The unit also covered
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Park River
After reviewing Unit 6, I had learned that the structure of past tenses is not as different as the use of present tenses. The only aspect that is primarily different is the fact that a previous time p
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Parshall
This unit attracts our attention to the ways of teaching receptive skills which are reading and listening. Both skills are really important when learning a language, thus, for teachers it is important
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Pekin
In this unit I read about the different types of ways of assessing students. As a teacher in the classroom I will probably administer placement tests at the beginning of a course, progress and diagno
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Pembina
Relearning what defines the past simple, perfect, continuous and perfect continuous was very eye-opening. I was not putting much thought into the way I normally speak, but after going through this uni
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Perth
These two videos are a great encounter with the real class. The ESA methodology seen in action especially in video lesson two. Video lesson one has poor participation by the learners practically becau
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Petersburg
After reviewing Unit One about teachers and learners, I had learned a number of aspects about the dynamic in a productive classroom. One of the many aspects that was learned from this unit was the exp
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Pettibone
There are times that I thought that the activity that I chose is appropriate for my students without considering their language level. I realized that it is very important to choose the suitable activ
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Pick City
Within this unit I learned that there are 4 basic skills in any language; receptive skills- reading and listening, and productive skills such as writing and speaking. These are all important lessons t
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Pillsbury
I personally think lesson planning is a great tool every teacher should endeavor to have. Reading from units and with some experience I have teaching, it is most useful to have a lesson plan because i
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Pingree
This unit describes teaching pronunciation and phonology. While speaking, it is important to mind intonation which is considered to be the variation in volume and pitch in a whole sentence. It is of g
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Pisek
in this unit I have learned that listening and reading have the same importance and that a teacher who apply both of this at the end of the day he/she will have a balanced lesson, and I have learned h
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Plaza
Listening and reading are receptive skills. Receptive skills can either be for entertainment or for a purpose. At times they can be motivated by both entertainment and purpose. Receptive skills can be
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Porcupine
This unit covered future tenses. The future is described as the most complex, as other tenses can be used with future meanings, as with present simple and present continuous. As in the other units abo
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