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Lynchburg
This section covered many topics that I was already familiar with, however, I did not recognize the names of two of them: articles and gerunds. I appreciated how in-depth this section went into clearl
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Manning
Unit 13 gives insight into teaching pronunciation and phonology. Although many teachers neglect teaching pronunciation, it is very important to do so, as many students think English pronunciation is v
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Marion
In this unit, I have learned mainly the essentials of making distinction between the various forms of future tenses. I appreciated the efforts in the teaching ideas as to how to present this informati
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Mauldin
This unit covered the future tense, and specifically focused on the seven tenses that are most commonly used in the English language. A few of these tenses are rather similar in their structure and us
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Mayesville
The information contained in structuring of the lesson was somewhat familiar. The caution to use it as a guide, record of information, tracking progress and ensuring readiness while being careful to i
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McBee
Here we learned about various methodologies for teaching ESL, with a focus on the engage, study, activate patterning that is found to be particularly effective. The idea of a lesson is to have student
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McClellanville
During the course of my reading of the third unit, I’ve learnt about the different methods and techniques that English teachers use. One of the methods is called Grammar translation during which th
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McColl
Unit 18 deals with modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs go before other verbs and add meaning to this main verb, e.g. obligation or permission. They can be a tool for more f
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McConnells
This lesson outlined and explained the techniques used in reading and writing skills. It was interesting to see how the strategies were similar, but also different from speaking and listening skills.
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McCormick
This has been a lesson talking about what sections of language are going to be relevant for the student as well as what activities we can provide to best stimulate these lessons. For example Teaching
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Meggett
This unit focuses on PRODUCTIVE SKILLS which includes Speaking and Writing. The techniques of speaking which includes; controlled activity, guided activity and creative communication. This unit also f
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Moncks Corner
This unit basically covered the classroom management. It showed how to organize and manage the classroom. And for the students to be able to learn effectively, teacher needs to know her/his role, an
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Monetta
Unit 5, was a very informed session and I think I learned so very useful tips on how to maintain a class and the best way to interact with my future students. I think this unit was very easy to unders
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Mount Croghan
This unit covered seven future tenses in total and they are future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, going to , present simple and present continuous. The most two
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Mount Pleasant
The present tense unit has assisted me with evaluating the sentences I use when asking questions and the correct answers I should receive from the question I ask. This unit has helped me with identify
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Mullins
Teaching in class can be very bored if using only a method. What I learned from this chapter is different students may require respective teaching style in order to prompt the student engagement. Teac
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Myrtle Beach
From this unit,I learnt effective classromm management is necessary to be a good teachers ,and it is also important for students to study efficiently.Effective classroom management includes the follow
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Neeses
English has a number of conditionals to express a varying degree of certainties between two related occurrences. These begin at the 0 (facts, when one condition is met, a second condition follows with
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New Ellenton
From this unit,I learnt the future is one of the most complex areas of the english language,the seven most common are included:the future simple,the future continuous,the future perfect,the future per
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Newberry
The teaching special groups unit focuses on students of the English language who have very specific needs that you may not find in an average class in a language school. This could be one on one tuiti
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Nichols
This has been an interesting study of how to establish rapport with students and to maintain an efficient classroom. It highlighted that different classroom circumstances require different responses f
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Ninety Six
This unit had lots of great information about classroom management. I’m glad it discussed discipline, as well as classroom set up, and discussed pros and cons of them. This unit really helped me e u
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Norris
This was an interesting lesson that works as the partner to the past tense lesson. Interestingly I found it less challenging, and I wonder if this is something my students will agree with. The Future
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North
Without the skills to teach new material, a teacher will have a difficult time getting through to students. From the moment the teacher speaks the student will seek guidance and knowledge from the tea
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North Augusta
This unit covered a lot of different methods, techniques and roles of teacher in teaching. For example, Grammar-translation method requires teacher need to be proficient in the students' native langu
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North Charleston
Unit 7 encircles teaching vocabulary, introducing grammatical structures and teaching language functions. I have learned three ways to teach lessons related to the topics above: boomerang, patch-work
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Norway
Unit 4 teaches all about the four present tenses. It informs about their form, usage, typical student errors and teaching ideas for the activate stage. Reflecting all this information has helped me to
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Olanta
This has been an extremely useful and interesting expansion on the types of examinations we can expect to give as english teachers. Using these theories I can certainly understand why man teachers pre
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Olar
Some examples of equipment used for teaching include interactive whiteboards, overhead projector)s, visual aids, worksheets, cassettes, and of course dictionaries. Having a variety of teaching aids al
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Orangeburg
after completing this unit I can se that there are lots of different materials out there which can be used to teach English in the classroom that all have their benefits and sometimes disadvantages. F
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Pacolet
In Unit 8,it completes the coverage of the English tense system by exploring the future tenses and therefore it illustrates the seven most common use of future tenses. They are: 1) the future simpl
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Pageland
This chapter has been an extremely useful section on how to establish lesson plans, but more importantly what each segment of a lesson plans function is and why it helps the students. We learnt about
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Pamplico
Overview Here we have various ideas but this has two main ways, the old school and the new school. Experienced teachers have a great advantage compared to the inexperienc
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Parksville
This unit concluded the grammar section of this course with modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, and the specifics of the passive voice. Modal verbs are used to add meaning to the main verb and can e
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Patrick
Vocabulary, grammar and functions Learning a new language basically needs the under mentioned points: ?be exposed to it, ?understand its meaning, ?understand how
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Pawleys Island
We use the past tense when we talk about facts and events that happened in the past; we talk about what we did yesterday/last week/last year; we talk about habits that we once had. When we use Past Si
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Paxville
Productive skills aide students to be able to participate in the English speaking world. Speaking is often easier than writing to tech and is very often the focus of ESL courses. Writing can be more d
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Peak
Until now I had no idea what the difference was between 'pronuntiation and phonology' but it is sort of clear now. Again, I had to learn so many new things and assimilate their meaning which took me a
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Pelion
This unit on Teaching Special Groups was divided into four main groups; Beginners, Individuals, Children, and Business Clients. The explanations as to what consists a beginning group were inciteful be
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Pelzer
This unit has once again and for the last time made me aware of the pitfalls of the teaching profession, be it to individual students or a group of students. There are a lot of suggestions given even
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Pendleton
Course books and lesson material are the essential part of learning any other subject and English language is no exception. Teachers should know what materials and course books to use at each class le
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Perry
The past tenses follow a similar formula to the present tenses. The past continuous tense always has the verb ending in "ing". In order to teach this effectively, a n "engage, activate, study, activat
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Pickens
Unit 9 talks about lesson planning. In the beginning of the unit, good reasons for and advantages of the writing of lesson plans are given. It continues with basic principles for lesson planning and c
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Pine Ridge
The managing classes unit has allowed me to understand the different types of ways that I as a teacher need to be teaching students. This unit has provided me with incite as to how to structure my cla
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Pinewood
Here’s a summary of what I’ve learnt while reading the eighth unit. Here are the seven most common future tenses : -The future simple -The future continuous -The future perfect -The future perfect
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Plum Branch
Following my previous train of thought, proceeding to the future tenses of the verb should deepen the students' knowledge on more ways to convey an idea and more types of situations to describe. Futur
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Pomaria
Unit 11 basically return to teaching theory of respective skills-reading and listening and by reading this unit i was able to have a close look at reading and listening skills and relevant knowledge
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Port Royal
In this unit I was able to learn about coursebooks and lesson materials. I learned that materials can be split into two groups authentic and created. The unit explained course books and how they shoul
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Prosperity
This was a very good unit and I felt like I learned a lot. I always like when you guys include a mini lesson plan because it gives me idea of what I could possible do with my own students. I also thin
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Quinby
Unit 16 talks about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences discussing possibilities (in the ‘if’ clause) and their consequences (in the main clause). All five conditionals’
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