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Centertown
Complexity strikes again! I assumed, after being relieved that the past tenses were made so much simpler by first understanding their present tense counterparts, that the future tenses would be much t
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Centerville
It was really helpful to see a teacher in action and to compare the effective and ineffective teaching behaviors that I've been reading about. I felt the students' pain in the first lesson, as even I
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Chapel Hill
In Unit 12, I learned how accuracy activities and fluency activities are both of equal importance. Although accuracy activities are concentrated on the students producing the correct language, fluency
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Charleston
This unit so far has been the most difficult to grasp. In everyday english language we use these tenses so effortlessly. When I learned the proper rules and uses for each present tense it was hard for
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Charlotte
This unit helped me to understand how to keep order in a classroom and, most importantly, how to create an environment in which the students feel comfortable and welcome. For example, with the use of
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Chattanooga
Unit 13 highlights the importance of teaching pronunciation and phonology. My own English learning experiences prove that they are indeed neglected areas in English teaching. Pronunciation, intonation
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Chester County
So far I believe this is the only unit that I have had the most trouble comprehending at first. However, as I began to study the content more and work through the task sheet and quiz, things started m
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Church Hill
Evaluation is a necessary and important part of teaching, it allows the teacher to monitor the progress and alter the teaching program if needed. Different types of evaluation suit different needs of
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Clarksburg
When teaching a class using various teaching materials such as publications and textbooks to newspaper articles and recordings can enhance the depth and bring much needed variety to a lesson plan. I l
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Clarksville
There are many differences between young learners and adults. In this unit I learnt, teachers would initially start at a slow, easy pace and then gradually progress faster. Teacher have to repeat a lo
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Cleveland
The receptive skills are listening and reading, because learners do not need to produce language to do these, they receive and understand it. These skills are sometimes known as passive skills. They c
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Clifton
When teaching beginners the teacher should keep in mind that the students' vocabulary is limited and give clear and simple instruction fort hem to understand easily. Students should be encouraged to s
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Clinton
This unit covers the methodologies and techniques used in each type of language class - for beginners, individuals, business students, and monolingual versus multilingual classes. I have found this un
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Coalmont
In this unit, I have learned a lot of basic grammar knowledge like the characteristic of a word , the tense , the comparative and superlative form of adjective ,etc. Grammar is always ignored by us in
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Collegedale
Unit 15 explained the different types of tests along with how each fits into a curriculum. I was able to learn about the different kinds of external tests that are used around the world to measure En
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Collierville
The past tense (abbreviated pst) is a grammatical tense whose principal function is to place an action or situation in past time. In languages which have a past tense, it thus provides a grammatical m
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Collinwood
In this unit I learned the importance of student evaluation, as well as different kinds of evaluation and the appropriate timing and frequency of them. Most people don't enjoy being tested, but in TEF
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Columbia
This unit introduces the benefits and drawbacks of various types of course materials. Textbooks are often a necessary part of teaching English, but shouldn't be the a teacher's only source of inspirat
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Cookeville
This unit gave me an overview of the conditional usages as well as ideas that could help me teach it in class. While I had heard of the different forms of the conditionals before, I had never thought
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Coopertown
In this lesson, we learned the ways we can manage a classroom, although a challenging role for many new teachers, we have learned that having a relaxed manner within the classroom and creating space w
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Copperhill
This lesson showcases the personal and educational ingredients that create a successful lesson: preparation; an upbeat attitude; slow and clear speaking; pronunciation practice; gentle correction; fun
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Cornersville
The second unit is all about the different parts of the speech. Parts of the speech is a basic section in English grammar and many people tend to disregard this, however it's vital in studying this la
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Cottage Grove
Although this tense had a lot more to it, the content was fairly easy to grasp. I can see how students may get the Future Present confused with the Future Present Continuous. Although sentences formed
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Covington
Tests and evaluations are essential to know where students are in their level of understanding and proficiency. There are various tests that can be administered to students, some will help with knowin
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Cowan
Unit 14 gave me orientation how to use course books and materials effectively. Ideally teachers should combine using authentic materials, created materials and also course books during their lessons.
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Crab Orchard
This unit was about teaching receptive skills: reading and listening. Different strategies should be incorporated when teaching these skills such as pre- teaching vocabulary, careful selection of text
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Cross Plains
This unit was all about English grammar and its various rules and exceptions. This unit also discussed how to identify the different parts of speech along with a definition of each part. Explanation
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Crossville
Unit 1 mainly describe the different kinds of teachers and students respectively, as well as the different level of English learner. It also talks about the various roles of teacher and I would say th
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Crump
The types of future tenses explicated in this unit was a bit harder to follow than the present and past tenses. It was helpful to review the typical errors students may make in speaking about the futu
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Cumberland City
This unit discussed different testing methods such as placement exams, diagnostic exams, progress exams, practice exams, and external exams. External exams include general exams such as TOEFL, the Cam
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Cumberland Gap
Use of visual aids: It can reduce teacher talk time. Adds variety and interest. Aids memory and stimulate discussion. Elicit language Worksheets and workcards: It can be bought or made. Can act as a
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Dandridge
This unit introduces the equipment most often available to English-language teachers, and the best means for fully utilizing them. The board is by the far the most common item available, but DVD playe
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Davidson County
This unit took a similar format as unit 11 but focused on productive skills writing and speaking as well as activities can be used in classes to promote speaking. The main learning for me was the need
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Dayton
Be sure that all students attending your class are enrolled. Incorporate some method of documenting student attendance for possible questions during or after the semester. Keep attendance for each cla
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Decatur
This unit discusses teaching speaking and writing, including games. It explains the difference between accuracy and fluency activities and where each belongs in the lesson. It gives reasons why studen
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Decatur County
This unit explained how to use different course materials such as textbooks, authentic materials and created materials. I am so accustomed to textbooks and created materials that it did not occur to m
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Decaturville
This unit provided an overview of the future tenses. Since it came after the present and past tenses, I felt that I was putting things together and was able to connect the tenses and the rules that a
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Decherd
The points made in this unit involve strategics in using the ESA method for teaching new vocabulary and functions of English. I have learned that the Engage portion of class-time should be used for in
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Dickson
This unit introduces the skills and actions necessary for a successful "receptive skills" lesson. It's important to build student's confidence by utilizing authentic materials, prepping students for u
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Dover
This final unit covered information about the common contingencies inside the classroom such as large class sizes, reluctant students, and new classes. I found the topic of different level students t
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Dowelltown
This unit pointed out the advantages, disadvantages and best use of coursebooks in a classroom. It also exmined the course materials used such as authentic and creative materials. I believe that creat
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Doyle
Unit 15 introduces a number of tests that are utilized in English-language classes, their purposes, and how often they are employed. Teachers will most often use progress tests, which can indicate how
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Dresden
This unit gives information about two productive skills which are speaking and writing. First part of the unit explain differences between accuracy activities and fluency activities. We can also learn
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Ducktown
I thought this unit would be easy because it has less pages than the rest and I understood the unit better because it had less pages but the unit kept on mentioning things from unit 3. I did not think
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Dunlap
This unit explained the teaching techniques, mistakes as well as the teaching methodologies such as grammar translation, presentation, practice and production, communicative language teaching and lear
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Dyer
This unit reinforces the importance of being ready for problems before they arise. Aspects of each of these "common problem situations" have been addressed in previous units, but this final unit bring
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Dyersburg
Present tense can be a particularly challenging concept for English language learners to master. This chapter introduces us to "present simple," "present continuous," "present perfect," and "present p
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Eagleville
The simple present is a verb tense with two main uses. We use the simple present tense when an action is happening right now, or when it happens regularly (or unceasingly, which is why it’s sometime
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East Ridge
I felt that Unit 6 was easier to grasp given the patterns from the present tense unit. With these patterns in mind, I was able to figure out what the forms of the past tenses would be and it made unde
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Eastview
Clearly I understood how important the teacher's attitude to the students. I listened two different attitude. In lesson one, the teacher kept discouraging communication. The student's weren't paying a
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