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The title of unit 13 “Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology” sums up well this often neglected part of language and all of its important sub-topics. The first order of business in this unit is making
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Often teachers lack the experience to spontaneously conduct a productive class.Planning is important to maintain control of the lesson and continue in the right direction, allowing students too much i
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Just about anything a native speaker would hear or read can be described as authentic - programs, magazines, newspapers, songs, poems, brochures, menus, films on video – the list is endless. Because
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In this lesson,I've learned how to manage a class and make the lesson more effective,efficient and fun.A Good class requires good eye contact, gesture and the voice from the teacher.Good eye contact i
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Little Meadows
This unit was very enlightning and it will be completely useful in my classes. There are many methodologies and teaching theories that can be included in each class to improve them and make them more
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This unit is about Past Tenses. There are four past tenses :past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. The usages of them and typical students errors , as well as sample a
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The importance of coursebooks for teachers of English as a Foreign Language. In order to do this, it evaluates the relevance of adopting a textbook as one recourse among other teaching materials or, a
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Locust Grove
While studying the unit on "Managing Classes," several things stood out to me. First of all, teachers have much influence on setting the tone of the class through seating, exercises and tone of
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To prepare a good lesson the teacher had to give equal importance to the productive skills(speaking and writing) and the receptive skills(listening and reading). For both skills the teacher has to cho
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In this unit we can learn about the present tense and how important is to know when and how to use it in order to communicate well when talking. It is very important to take into account that when we
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Lone Grove
Unit 3 was laid out in a very simple, concise and orderly manner - right from eye contact and gestures to how to organize and seat your students. I found the section on grouping students the most inte
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Long Branch
In this unit I learned the best way to introduce and teach new language based on what the students may already know, such as the similarity to their spoken native language as well as pronunciation. Th
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Learning to sound like a native speaker is indeed possible but that will mean the person who wants to learn must or should be living in a native speaking country. I have learned not to be particular w
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The content of this unit portrayed the many different, and highly effective, personality traits of good teachers and passionate students. The method in which course material is taught, and the manner
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This unit analyzes the productive skills: speaking and writing. Even though both of them have a communicative purpose, the first one requires more fluency while the second one, more accuracy. The writ
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Lumber City
This unit was brief so I went back to Unit 2 to be sure I was understanding the parts of ESA boomerang lesson. I would probably create materials and not only rely on course book. I can see the advan
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In the first video, an example is given of a teacher who is giving a lesson in a disinterested manner. The teacher begins with minimal excitement and no engagement from the students. He is continually
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Unit 15 talks about evaluation and testing. It explains the different ways to assess the students. The teacher doesn’t need to do a formal test for assessing the students. He/she can do that giving
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There are various types of classes for example beginners which is of many kinds like absolute beginners , false beginners , adult beginners , young beginners and beginners without Roman alphabet . O
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The eighth unit discusses the formation and usage of the future tenses, which includes future simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous and more. The future simple is formed by using will plus a
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Unit 9 focused on lesson planning. It provided an example how to build up and what to include in a plan for a lesson, arguing why each part is essential. It also provided a sheet for self-evaluation s
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Many schools will have their own preferred teaching methods, so often you will be asked to stick to a particular method when teaching. Other schools leave you free to teach in any way you want to. M
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language function lessons will stress the need for activation of language and is perhaps most effectively used with the boomerang and patchwork type ESA lessons.When the teacher teach new vocabulary s
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Mahanoy City
In this unit, I learned how to manage a classroom. This was useful to me because it gave me different ideas on how I would manage a classroom. The points on teacher and student talk time was the most
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there are different ways of evaluating students levels and progress are tutorials,evaluation by thestudents tests.another tests that students might take is an achievement test,which is usually an inte
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Understanding the different parts of the English grammar is very important for developing skills to put together correct sentences. Knowing what phrases and the words in those phrases mean and how tha
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There are a number of differences in these video and examples of how to and how not to run a lesson in a classroom. In the first video the teacher never smiled, didn't know the name of his students, w
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Similar to the present tense system, the past tense system also consists of past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses. However, the difficult thing is the irregular
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Unit 20 discussed the common problems that teachers may face when meeting a class for the first time. They may either be introduced to a "New group" or an "Existing group". A new group is a group of s
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Manns Choice
This unit went over the most common EFL teaching methodologies, mistakes, and how to give constructive feedback to students. I learned that I had a natural tendency to use three methodologies, among
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The future tenses can be used for many different ideas with future meanings. Studying all the different usages will help you to use the right structure. For practising all the tenses the teacher can a
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From this unit I've realized that although 'teacher' comes from the verb 'to teach', in fact, teachers plays many different roles during the lesson. I think this makes the teacher something like an ac
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To teach and learn the English language it's very important to focus on your study on pronunciation and phonology. Also, intonation needs your serious attention. All these aspects together will help y
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Unit 10 showed me two video classes that were very instructive and useful for me. Both the first and second video allowed me to see real situations occurring in real-time that employed two different w
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Marcus Hook
In this unit we learned various approaches, methods, and techniques for teaching English. There are a few methods that are quite common to this day, such as grammar-translation, task-based learning, a
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When creating your teaching lesson even as a beginner the biggest thing to remember is keeping it simple and being able to be flexible. Not every lesson will always follow you plan to the letter so it
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In the third unit, I learn the different factors of class management. Such as eye contact, gesture, and the voice we use in the classroom. We need to be considerate in the way how we use them. When we
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Marion Center
It will be helpful to write lesson plans that include key details of objectives, language point, class level, and materials needed. This will help a teacher stay focused on objective/s and language p
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Marion Heights
A good lesson is a vital component of the teaching learning process. Starting each lesson with something short and interesting will going to settle the students and engage them with the lesson. Prope
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We learn in this unit about teaching productive skills (speaking and writing) and how important are these skills when learning the language. The unit talks about the different stages in the class when
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This unit covers the various ways that students are evaluated. Students will need to be evaluated in order to place them in a class according to their language level, monitor their progress, or to su
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This Unit talks about different ways and techniques how to learn ?vocabulary, grammar and function activities passed on the four needs that ?students to do with new language and how to be exposed to
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Unit 18 is about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs (can, could, should, may, might, etc) are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. They express the spe
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This section covered strategies for managing a class as well as different scenarios that might arise. This section made me think back to when I was in school to see If I could remember any teachers us
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A good ESL textbook is one of the best foundations for lesson planning. If you don't have access to a textbook or want to take a break from it, the Internet offers a wide range of ESL lesson materials
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This unit broke down the form, usage, typical errors and activities associated with all present tenses, including present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. P
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This unit discussed a variety of lesson materials teachers can use in order to make lessons more structured, more relevant and more accesible to students. To increase structure teachers can use course
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This unit gave a in depth explanation about the four different past tenses. While working through this unit I realized that it was once again building on the knowledge I already have about the differe
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A variety of authentic and created materials can be used as teaching materials. It's important that they are selected carefully and connect with the students' interest, level and the syllabus of the l
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Unit 9 provided an in depth look at the reasoning behind choosing to use course books and lesson materials, and choosing not to use them. I learnt that 'authentic materials' are more interesting and m
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