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Akron
I found the overview of different teaching methods very interesting, and mostly liked all of the ideas that will make class more varied and fun for the student, but will also motivate them to USE what
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Alliance
This unit is about conditionals and reported speech. There are five types of conditionals. Zero conditionals are for when the results of actions are guaranteed. First conditionals are for when the res
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Amherst
Unit 7 explains how to teach new language thought vocabulary, grammar and functions. Firstly, teachers can apply ESA methods to introduce new language. In particular, teachers use the 'straight arrow'
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Ashland
As a native American speaker I never realized how important pronunciation and phonology were. In unit 13: they discussed the importance of these terms and how to incorporate teaching pronunciation and
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Ashtabula
Unit 3: I have learn a lot from this unit, 90 percent of which I knew nothing about.It is very intresting and thought provoking. Theories, methods techniques to be used and applied during class time.
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Athens
This unit is all about the attributes of a good teacher and a good learner. It explains various roles teachers can play in the classroom depending on the activity concerned. A good teacher, besides be
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Aurora
The begining part of this unit shows us how we can be good teachers by letting us know that, as teachers we need to care about our teaching but must even care more about the learning of our students.I
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Avon
This unit talks about lesson planing. if it is important to plan a lesson or not. From this unit I learnt that lesson plan is very important due to the following functions; An aid to planing what you
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Avon Lake
This unit provides information about the lesson plan, what to avoid and how to plan lessons that is structured to achieve certain objectives. It ensures that the teacher understands what the goals are
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Barberton
The lesson on Teaching New Language helped me to put myself in the shoes of the student and how they would receive the instruction. It was enlightening to realize that the student would understand far
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Bay Village
Unit 8 presents the Future tenses and guiding for more accurate usage in our classes. There are 4 type of future tense, and additionally be+going future,the present simple, plus present continuous ten
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Beachwood
In this unit, the videos show a teacher with two different attitudes, manners and teaching styles. In the first video, the teacher was unorganized, confused and unprepared. He had a negative attitude
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Beavercreek
This unit deals with effective and ineffective teaching methods. It demonstrates the importance of, amongst others, speaking clearly, engaging the students, pitching the lesson at the correct level an
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Bedford
When watching the first lesson, I noticed many of the things on what not to do when teaching ESL students. From him correcting every error to verbally belittling his students, which in turn intimidate
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Bedford Heights
Unit 5 gave me a awesome instruction and guidance about how to manage class. Starting with time management till self management consideration is useful when teaching English as a second language, beca
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Bellbrook
In this unit, two video lessons are given as examples of poor instruction and good instruction techniques. The differences between the first and the second video are astonishing. The first video the t
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Bellefontaine
This unit gives information about teachers and learners, and their important roles in the learning process. First, the first unit mentions that both teachers and students have responsibilities in the
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Bellevue
This unit presents a variety of teaching theories and methodologies. With them in mind, it moves to explain the ESA format of teaching English: Engage, Study, Activate. In the engage phase it is mainl
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Belpre
I learned the history of methods and vaious of methods which I can use to teach in class. I also learnt new games to play in class. To have a fun an active lesson it is important to be aware of the le
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Berea
This unit gives a detail explanation of the importance of phonology and pronunciation when learning a new language. It is the job of the English teacher to make sure that students are aware of how sou
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Bexley
Here I learned about the dynamics of classroom management. The unit lays out the complexities of organizing and conducting a class, from the physical arrangement of the room to the balance between tea
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Blue Ash
This unit gave me remind all of part of speech of English grammar. I would love to use on professional level, and need to memories all of them. Also, must improve to learning how to use nouns, adject
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Bowling Green
Unit 6 continues exploring the tense system in English. In particular, it examines the past tenses. Following the structure of Unit 4, the unit explores the relevant structures and usages of the 4 Eng
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Brecksville
That was another topic that enlightened me a lot. I have been using these tenses for a long time, and it was still a challenge to me to understand the differences in these tenses. I believe there are
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Broadview Heights
Unit 10 provides the vision of two different videos of the same lesson, taught twice by the same teacher. These videos show very clearly some basic differences between an effective and ineffective tea
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Brook Park
This unit covers the parts of speech. It is an important aspect of teaching English to be able to explain the parts of speech since without proper instruction it would be very challenging for a studen
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Brooklyn
This unit is about the four basic skills in language which are; The receptive skills- reading and listening The productive skills- speaking and and writing. The key points for how we should read are;
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Brookville
I always know that teachers take a lot of roles in class according to my experience. Yet, the lecture note shows that teachers take more roles then I have expected and considered, and they are presen
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Brunswick
This unit deals with the difficulties of reported speech and conditional statements. It is important to clearly explain the differences between each of the structures for the conditional statements (Z
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Bryan
This unit is about the various methods a teacher may implement and how to structure their lesson plan. Their are three optimal phase to teaching English as a second language. The first phase is to eng
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Bucyrus
Grammar is a complex system that structures an entire language. Native English speakers use the proper forms and tenses without thought. The words slip naturally from our lips. Attempting to learn or
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Cambridge
In this unit I learned the importance of establishing good contact between teacher and student. It's important that the student knows that the teacher is always there to help them out and to make sure
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Campbell
The present tense system. Structures and uses of present tense, common student mistakes and activity ideas to practice. I can see the typical errors for a student is usually very minor at this lesson.
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Canal Fulton
Within this unit, the difference between accuracy and fluency exercises were explained, along with where they fit in within a lesson plan in the classroom. Also, the importance of writing and writing
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Canal Winchester
When studying English, students are as afraid of grammar as teachers. However, if the teacher does not know anything about it, he/she could lose the confidence of the students. Unit 2 does not provid
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Canfield
The Unit provides input on how to manage classroom situations through own physical behaviours, grouping of students, classroom seating arrangements, when and how to write on the board and also how to
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Canton
Unit 7 focuses on teaching new language. Three categories of language training are covered in the lesson namely teaching grammer, vocabulary and function. It is suggested that the most appropriate les
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Celina
This unit provided an expansive overview of the concept of both the teacher and the learner in the classroom (as specifically regarding to TEFL and TESOL instruction). More specifically, not only was
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Centerville
Unit 5: Interesting unit. I have learned about classroom management. Sitting arrangement in class, positioning, the advantages and disadvantages of each placements and positionings.The use of gesture
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Chardon
Unit 4 clarifies the present tenses in four aspects: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. Firstly, thought learning this unit gives me more outlines of
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Cheviot
A good teacher should be: fair, knowledgeable, motivating, organised, engaging, sensitive and caring. It is essential that they create a rapport with students in order for successful learning to occur
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Chillicothe
I really enjoyed the content of this unit as an introduction to the work and program. It clearly broke down the types of teachers along with the levels of learners that may be encountered. I specifica
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Cincinnati
In this unit I have observed many of the basic traits for great teachers and good learners. Teachers should be focused in helping their students learn and not just focused on teaching. Also teaching s
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Circleville
This unit discusses the various types of teaching aides that can be incorporated into lessons to make lessons not only more engaging for students, but more effective for the teacher's presentation of
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Clayton
Unit 11 introduces two of the four basic skills in any language namely reading and listening - referred to as the receptive skills. The other two skills required are speaking and writing - referred to
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Cleveland
At first, I thought this unit might be a little bit boring, but it was very interesting actually. This unit was a good tool for me to learn how to explain the structure of English in an analytical and
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Cleveland Heights
Am I wrong, but shouldn't is be "learned" not "learnt"? Very fascinating section. I understand that I need to know how to verify what level of student I am teaching. This section was also helpful in t
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Clyde
This unit teaches about the two productive skills; speaking and writing. Concerning speaking, it points out that the teacher needs to consider the reasons people communicate, e.g. for a purpose or wan
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Columbiana
This unit is about past tense sentence structure. The four types of past tense sentence structure are past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. Past simple is used for a
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Columbus
In unit three: Theories, Methods and Techniques I have learned not only how to structure a typical lesson plan (Engage, Study, Activate). I have also been given numerous best practices and ideas on ho
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