TEFL Online in Ohio - Teacher English Jobs

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Streetsboro
This unit highlights the importance of teaching vocabulary and some methods of doing so. It identifies how to select vocabulary to teach and why and perhaps those that will benefit the students the mo
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Strongsville
In this unit I learned parts of speech. This unit went through the grammar and structure of a sentence. I learned the different types of nouns, adjectives, verbs etc. I knew the basics before reading
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Struthers
The methodologies of teaching are varied and diverse. It is important to incorporate as many methods as possible in order to foster student interest. Relying on the same strategy continuously will bec
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Sylvania
This unit briefly introduced the various primary methodologies and techniques that have been used in TEFL, as well as giving a picture of which of these have been more popular in the past and which se
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Tallmadge
This chapter is about modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. Modal verbs give meaning to the main verb. They are words such as can, may, ought, must, etc. Phrasal verbs can be int
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Tiffin
Compared with the last lesson, this unit gave my brain a break and was very helpful and enjoyable to read. I currently teach small and big classrooms of young kids and at times it is very hard to cont
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Tipp City
This unit is challenging but necessary when trying to understand the most complex rules in grammar. The rules governing modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice are not easy to grasp and most English s
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Toledo
This unit covers the present tenses: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses. It focuses on four main areas: form, usages, typical student error and a
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Toronto
Unit 3 gives an ideas of theories, methods and techniques of how to teach in classes. Firstly, we should know there are various of methodologies in practical, such as grammar-translation, audio-lingua
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Trenton
Modals, phrasel verbs, passive voice introductory have been given with good clarification in unit 18. Modal verbs are useful verbs which can be learnt easily, because these verbs mostly recognized by
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Trotwood
This unit has enabled me to understand clearly how a lesson should be planned. A teacher should not just pop in a class and assume that since he or she knows what the students need, how he or she deli
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Troy
This unit is all about how a teacher can effectively organize and manage a class, maintaining discipline in the class and having a good rapport with the students. In this unit I have learnt how to use
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Twinsburg
There are many different teaching methods. People who are learning English while living in an English speaking environment have a massive advantage. Engage, Study, Activate. This is a great way to bre
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Uhrichsville
Conditionals& and reported speech is the complicated and the most difficult part in English. I have learnt and remind everything in a very quick way, as given examples and detailed very specifickly. I
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Union
In this unit, we cover the basics of teaching new vocabulary, new grammar, and new language functions. The unit goes over why certain lessons should be introduced. For example, new vocabulary should b
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University Heights
Each lesson should be approached as an individual project. That is the key to successefully accomplishment of the lesson for teachers and to be understood for learners as well. Unit 9 helps to create
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Upper Arlington
The unit was useful in tying together when the ESA, boomerang, and patchwork methods would work best. It is important for students to learn vocabulary, grammar, and language functions when learning a
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Upper Sandusky
Despite there are various school on the issue, planning lesson has a very important function when teaching. Some teachers are very rigid in planning lessons. This creates a more teacher centred lesson
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Urbana
This unit is about the EFL methodology, mistakes and feedback. I have learnt that the teaching methods with the most current TEFL practice are Engage, Study, Activate and Feedback. The Engage stage wi
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Van Wert
Unit 6 has been given the most useful information about past tense usage, and gave very specific instruction to differentiate past tenses. Such as, past simple usage has simple details such as using v
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Vandalia
This was an interesting course focusing on the actual physical books and materials used to teach English. There were plenty of great examples of how to stimulate students beyond just the core course m
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Vermilion
This unit is an overview of how a teacher should introduce new vocabulary, grammar/structures, and functions of English. In general, a lesson will usually focus on one of these areas independently fro
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Wadsworth
I feel like I learned a lot from Unit 2 as it was a refresher and reminder of some of the parts of speech I've learned early on, but that I couldn't quite remember the rules to. While I knew the base
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Wapakoneta
I took note in this lesson how various points were brought up several times. One of those points is Teacher Talking Time and Student Talking Time. One needs to maximize STT and knowing this helps when
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Warren
Unit 11 is an important unit that teach me the teaching receptive skills,which are reading skill and listening skill. Reading skill and listening skill are both essential parts in studing. Not only pe
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Warrensville Heights
Demonstration ESA Video classes are very useful to make difference and understand that most of the class efficiency depend on teachers behaiviour and skills of planning and maintain on the right way.
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Washington Court House
Unit nine discusses the advantages of creating a lesson plan for each class to be taught. As previously expressed in other chapters it highlights the importance of the teacher's ability to be flexible
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Waterville
This unit has informed me a lot that I was not aware of on issues pertaining both the learner's role and that of a teacher in the classroom. I have also been made aware of the differences that exist b
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Wauseon
This unit presents two lessons taught in different ways. In the first lesson, the teacher is less sensitive to the needs of the students, making it ineffective. His attitude does not encourage student
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Wellston
This unit includes different methods that can help a teacher with his/her lesson. It mentions an effective method introduced by Jeremy Harmer that is based on three elements “Engage, Study and Activ
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West Carrollton
Throughout this unit, words were broken into their individual parts of speech. These parts of speech were then divided further to dissect the parts of speech so that rules could be established for gra
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Westerville
This unit highlights what the teacher should be thinking about with regards to managing, moulding and sometimes discipling the class of students. As before, there are no hard and fast rules but good s
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Westlake
This unit was particularly complicated, because so far it has had the most material that is unfamiliar to us in a daily setting. Although we use all of these things we do not tend to practice what it
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Whitehall
Unit 1 of the course details and explains the role of both the teacher and the student. The qualities required in both are linked to the characteristics of each role. I learnt that the teacher can and
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Wickliffe
Within this unit, the individual pieces of phonology were discussed, whether that be articulation, stress, intonation, how the individual pieces of your mouth and throat make the sounds needed for Eng
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Willard
Unit 11 focuses on receptive skills and explains how reading and listening are important in learning. It states several skills that students use while reading or listening. Then, it discusses the prob
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Willoughby
I have learnt how important teaching new vocabulary is. There is always a rule to everything. Every unit I pursue opens my eyes and makes me know that teaching is not what I have always thought. I has
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Willoughby Hills
The unit is informative on how to teach writing and speaking effectively and stresses the importance of planning to create interest. It also informs on what is important and what is not in the lesson
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Willowick
During this unit I brushed up on my language skills and studied a bit of grammar. The unit explained the tenses extremely well, in a very "to-the-point" manner that the reader could understand rather
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Wilmington
This unit is about teaching special groups. Some of the groups a teacher may encounter are beginners, individual students, multilingual groups, children, and people learning for business purposes. Beg
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Wooster
Very useful information that any teacher may need to improve himself for better performance .How to be a good teacher is not an easy job to do . I've really learned a lot about types of learners and h
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Worthington
This unit discusses different strategies, techniques, and methodologies to use in the classroom while teaching EFL. There are many method types, but the one focused on most in this unit is ESA, which
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Wyoming
This unit is all about teaching pronunciation and phonology. It gives a detailed explanation of phonology in areas of intonation, stress and the phonemic alphabet/symbols and provides techniques a tea
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Xenia
Unit 3 - Theories, methods and techniques provided an overview of the history of how the various methodologies for teaching a foreign language developed over the years. The ESA methodology used specif
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Youngstown
This unit describes the forms and usages of common future tenses such as future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous and 'going to' future tenses and also present tense
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Zanesville
The two videos are very good examples to shows the relationship between the attitude of the teacher and the outcome and student responses to the lesson. As teacher, we have to be aware of our own atti
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