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Bear Creek Village
After learning the ESA teaching methods?I felt that learning how to managing classes is also a key point for teaching qualities.A good lesson not only based on a good ESA preparations,but also includi
In English we have present, past and future tense, but we also have 4 aspects (simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. This way we form the 12 tenses that we usually see in grammar books.
there are variety of materials that teachers can use to aid their students progress in the class room.theteacher has to creat his own materials will be more interesting.the materials can divide into 2
This unit was about course books and lesson materials. First I learned that there are two types of materials: authentic and created. Authentic materials are all the things a native speaker can hear or
This unit covers planning lessons. At the start, the important functions of writing out lesson plans, which are:
• An aid to planning – which helps you think logically through the stages in relati
This unit is very important to know especially for teachers. Classroom management creates a set of expectations used in an organised classroom environment. Effective classroom management paves the way
Lesson planning is very important phase to the teachers for many reasons.?
It helps teachers to be updated read, revise, recheck to be connected to ?general Study plan aims, teacher’s book and learn
A teacher will have to play different roles in the class room, each role has some consideration to take care of. I will try to summarize it below:
Manager or controller: T-S in front talking clearly a
Unit 8 covered different aspects regarding the future tenses. There are seven most common forms that can be used to talk about future actions. Four of these forms use “will” before the infinite to
The content of this unit covered the qualities and roles of both the teacher and the students. It also explained the differences between learners and teachers. As a result a good teacher knows how to
Unit 6 is comprised of two videos depicting "ESA" lessons being taught to a group of students. In the first video the teacher makes frequent teaching mistakes and creates an uncomfortable atmosphere f
This course unit highlighted the roles and motivations of both the teachers and learners, differentiated learners depending on their ages and categorised language abilities into different levels.
As teaching grammar is an essential part of teaching English language, lesson two gave an overview of some basic grammar, i.e. parts of speech, purpose and meaning of the words in a sentence (articles
In this unit we read about the four basic skills needed to learn a language; reading, listening, speaking and writing. The differences between them and how they all play a part in the learning process
Ben Avon Heights
This section gave great examples of how the lesson plan can be broken up for different topics: grammar, vocabulary, and various class levels. I like how the lesson plan structures; linear, boomer rang
This unit is about teaching receptive skills. There are four basic skills in any language: receptive skills---reading and listening, productive skills---speaking and writing. All of them are equally i
This unit generously describes the process for pronouncing words and provides teachers with a useful guide to teaching all aspects including how to form the mouth palette. Should I become an English t
This unit covered a small variety of issues that didn't fit neatly into other units such as what to do during your first class with students, challenger of large classes, reluctant students or mixed a
This unit is very much interesting because students' progress or achievement is an important component of evaluation. This includes the measurement and analysis of information about student learning.
There are many useful tools available to teachers to use in the classroom. From older options like projectors and tape recorders, to new age computers and online resources. As with any tool, teachers
I like the ways in which the different past tenses are succinctly broken down in this unit. Using detective games for past continuous activate stages, piece the story together games from the end for p
The grammar portion of this lesson made me reflect on what I DID and did not know about it. After watching the video and then reading the sections containing the course material along with doing the p
Different equipment and teaching aid can benefit to the effectiveness of our lessons and make them more interesting as well as keep students motivated and focused. For instance, whiteboards/smart boar
From this lesson, I've learned 3 aspects of teaching a new language:Vocabulary,grammar and function,also how they apply to the ESA lesson. First,as a teacher, we need to choose the right range of voca
In this unit, i learnt the difference in all the past tenses which include,the past simple,past continuous,past perfect and past perfect perfect continuous tenses and how they are used in a sentence s
It was very usefull unit. It explains and describes different techniques of teaching. Also, it focuses on material of TEFL teaching through ESA method of teaching. I have learnt different stages and a
This unit was on the characteristics of a successful classroom. These include the physical behavior of the teacher (voice, gestures, eye contact, and use of student names), ways of grouping students t
This unit went over the receptive skills of reading and listening; but also briefly mentioned productive skills. I learned some of the different reasons that different people read; sometimes it's fo
From this unit I have learned that classroom management is much about understanding who you have in your classroom in terms of personalities, ages, language levels, etc. and also being mindful of how
This unit focused on developing positive class dynamics through factors such as seating arrangements, groupings and how to develop effective leaning environments as well as the importance of building
Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but may be part of a
Within Unit 2, we are exposed to an introduction to grammar beginning with the parts of speech to the English language. The English grammatical system holds a vast wealth of knowledge and thus, it is
This unit helps us to understand the importance of lesson planning
The important functions of lesson planning are an aid to planning, a working document and a record.
What are the basic principles of
This unit is about Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology. Pronunciation is probably neglected by most teachers, but it's very important if you want your students to speak accurate English. It will make p
I actually was allowed to choose the course material for my English expressions elective class at my Japanese school this year and it was quite difficult. They just gave me a few sample books and told
In this unit, I learned about the varieties of teaching equipment, and how they can be used to captivate the attention of the student. For instance, white/black boards are very helpful because they ca
Unit 10, Evaluating Students,came as a surprise as I wasn't aware that there are so many exams for tracking the progress of my students! One question I had before stating what I learned is, what is th
In this unit, we learned about modal and phrasal verbs, as well as, the passive voice. Modal verbs include: can, could, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't
Vocabulary is very important to the students, especially at the early stages when students are motivated to learn the basic words they need to get by in the language.Which new language structures we i
In this unit, I have learned to improve how to handle my class well and how to help students participate well and gain their interest in the lesson according to their level. I have learned that teachi
In this unit, there are two videos showing us what an effective ELL class and an ineffective ELL class look like. From the second video, I learned that, a teacher's attitude towards the class has an
The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the receptive skills of listening
There are four basic skills in any language; receptive skills – reading and listening, and productive skills speaking and writing. All are equally important and wherever possible we should try to in
I learned that there are different opinions concerning whether or not lesson planning is a good idea. I also learned some of the reasons why lesson planning can be a benefit. I think one of the grea
Most of this unit seemed like common sense to me. I think the examples about how to plan speaking and writing lessons to maximize their effectiveness provide a useful model to think about, though. I f
Unit 3 explained the differences between English teaching methods and techniques, including the classical method of grammar translation, audio lingualism, the silent way, suggestopedia, and total phys
Above unit i learnt about two very important grammar subjects which are Conditionals (if/When) and reported speech. This unit clearly explained the usages and structure of the conditionals and provide
This unit was a brief unit but covered the advantages of using course books and some reasoning on why they can be disadvantageous. Course books can provide a clear and tested manner to teach students
This unit is a tongue twister for native English speakers. As seasoned professionals quite often hear, native English speakers have difficulty identifying exactly what they are saying despite speaking
I learned that Grammar labels the words groups and types of words that form sentences in all languages. So much of the grammar we use as native English speakers is something we simply know which occur
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