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Tega Cay
This unit was about the receptive skills which includes reading and listening skills. And they are equally important in any language. In reading and listening, the reasons and motives divided into t
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Timmonsville
This section is a section that English language teachers need to give the much needed attention. Most foreign students if not all will never be 100% fluent in pronunciation of words. However as an Eng
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Travelers Rest
This unit was about productive skills, which includes speaking and writing parts. They are both equally important. Speaking focuses more on a degree of fluency, while Writing focus more on accuracy.
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Trenton
Okay, this unit was by far the easiest one regrading the tense form since I started. I really liked that this unit started right away with the examples and like a said before this made me super happy
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Troy
Unit 3 introduced an array of teaching methods and their effectiveness with certain levels. One of the main focuses among these was the involvement of the teacher with the lesson. As a teacher it is i
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Turbeville
This unit shows the effect of ESA to learners of English language via a video display unit when applied intelligently or otherwise. In this unit lesson, I learned that jumping right into the lesson fo
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Ulmer
This unit show RECEPTIVE SKILLS of language study which includes; reading and listening, the reasons for reading and listening, how to read and listen and the problems associated with reading and list
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Union
This unit covered some situations which are likely to be universal. While hopefully a teacher will not encounter all of these at once in the course of ones teaching career they will encounter all of t
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Vance
Receptive skills are extremely important when it comes to interacting with the English world; no one spends their whole day simply speaking to others without needing to listen or read. There are four
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Varnville
In unit 7,it basically covers three main topics by elaborating how to deliver new vocabulary, how to teach language functions and how to introduce grammatical structures. Regarding on teachin
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Wagener
The Unit 20 is the final section to complete ITTT course, so in this Unit, it basically illustrates the common problem situation may occur in the teaching field and how a teacher should deal with the
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Walhalla
I think the video were very important to watch because the shown us how easy it is to teach a class badly rather that is your intention or not. I saw so thing that I would and would't do. Like i felt
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Walterboro
This unit taught the basic parts of speech of the English language and provided some examples for teaching these rules to students. The amount of examples provided for each section were helpful to und
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Ward
Unit 4 covered the grammatical rules of the present tense and its four versions - present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. When teaching tenses to a class,
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Ware Shoals
Unit 18 encompass modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I learned the different types of modal verbs which normally are used for obligation, possibility, permission, ability, advice and probability
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Waterloo
An important aspect of teaching English is evaluation and assessment of student progress. Understanding how to properly assess a student’s progress with, and retention of, the English language is a
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Wellford
Learned or learnt? I had to look up the history of these two words and figure out for myself which sounded more natural or acceptable. What I discovered of course is that both words are acceptable ju
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West Columbia
This lesson shows the different types of equipment and teaching aids that can be used to teach English as a second language. Some of them are but are not limited to boards, overhead projectors, visual
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West Pelzer
This unit has allowed me the chance to really think about the course materials which I feel will be most effective to help students grasp and retain the knowledge presented in the curriculum. This uni
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West Union
This unit covered materials and course books. Materials are divided into two main parts and they are Authentic and Created Materials. Authentic materials are not designed for EFL students and they
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Westminster
Overview After reading Unit 1, I feel that I can see both sides of the coin. The teacher and student are both inter- dependent on each other for a good end result. The teacher by far carries a gre
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Whitmire
This unit provided in-depth examples and suggestions for a variety of teaching materials to be used in the classroom. It touched on the benefits of using certain materials over another and how to focu
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Williams
Wow! This unit was incredible! I was excited when I saw the heading "Pronunciation and Phonology." I thought, "I got this!" Well, this chapter started out with the variations in intonation mainly in v
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Williamsburg County
This unit explains conditionals and reported speech. In this unit I was able to learn how to identify the five different conditionals. There were zero, first, second, third and mixed conditional. I wa
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Williamston
This was an extremely challenging but ultimately very interesting lesson on pronounciation. First we learnt about how difficult most students fine english pronounciation, then we learnt about the diff
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Williston
The conditionals can be a bit tricky as they seem so similar at first glance. However as one becomes aware of the formula of the tenses used in each one it is easier to differentiate them. And if that
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Windsor
Unit 11 deals with teaching receptive skills. These receptive skills are reading and listening, in which listening is more difficult, because you can listen to a dialogue only once usually and therefo
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Winnsboro
Here is a summary of what I’ve learnt while reading the 4th unit. First,I read that there are three different times in English ; the past, the present and the future. Each of them has four aspects
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Woodford
There are five conditionals: zero, first, second, third, and mixed. Students might make errors with the zero and first conditionals as well as third and mixed conditionals. When reporting speech, ther
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Woodruff
Overview Methodology, Mistakes, & Feedbacks. This is a vast subject which covers many aspects of teaching English but to break it down and put simply we should look at the main points cove
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Yemassee
After reading the document containing the information about the second unit, here is what I learned. A noun is a part of speech that denotes a person, animal, place, thing, or idea. There are five t
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York
Overview After watching both videos it reminds me when I was in school. But the effective way of teaching would definitely be No 2 ( class 2). The no 1 video is a very
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