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Stafford
Unit 9 a crucial,and important part of teaching covers,one of if not the most vital topics. It's an aid to planning and serves as a working document, it's a record of your daily teaching,and progress
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Stagecoach
This unit is for guiding teachers to the general skills useful for being an effective teacher as well as the qualities to look for in students to be able to decifer the strengths and weaknesses so tha
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Stamford
Unit 16 is about conditional and reported speech. It was extremely eye opening for me to realize how much these 2 areas encompass everyday language. There are five forms of conditionals: zero (absol
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Stanton
I learned the importance of working on writing skills, although it is often neglected due to the time spent on class as students quietly work on their writing assignments. But, it definitely should no
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Staples
This unit touches on methods of teaching conditional and reported speech. Unit 16 begins with conditional speech and the four forms in which it takes. Then offers information about how to identify and
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Star Harbor
In this Unit I have learnt some ideas about how to deal with different challenges that could arise in the class - for example, when teaching new groups of students as well as existing groups. There we
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Stephenville
In this unit I found that parts of speech can be very complicated and it is essential for the teacher to understand them properly in order to educate the students effectively. Personally I also learn
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Sterling City
As I started Unit 11 I was greatly intrigued by the terms receptive and productive skills as I was unfamiliar with them. However, I quickly realized that I have worked with these skills throughout my
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Stinnett
In this unit, I have learned that it is very important to distinguish the difference between a mistake and an error because of its similarity. For example, mistakes are usually accidental. You know it
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Stockdale
I learned a lot from this unit It is powerful knowing teachers have a voice and can be effective when teaching a class, being able to manage the students , Understanding how to group class is helpful
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Stratford
Obviously, studying about different teaching methodologies is useful as it helps us understand how TEFL has evolved. Personally, I consider that, even though I was not aware of it; I tend to follow an
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Strawn
In unit 10 Video Lessons showed me about the difference of teacher's attituted in the class. In the first video it showed uneffectively about the way of teaching in the class because the teacher seems
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Streetman
Lesson execution is definitely a huge task for any teacher, especially to an unexperienced one; that's why I believe that lesson planning is an essential skill that a teacher must have. Some teachers
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Sudan
Through this chapter, i learned ways of writing a lesson plan. I think a good lesson plan should could help the flow of the lesson during the actual class. By planning a lesson plan, we could have a g
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Sugar Land
after doing this unit i feel as if i have a better understanding how to start off with classes, not just a new class but a class i would encounter every day, how to make the lesson be more fun interes
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Sullivan City
Course books and created materials are wonderful for helping students learn English because they provide structure and support for the teacher and students, as well as clear language learning objectiv
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Sulphur Springs
This unit gave two examples of a straight arrow Engage, Study, and Activate lesson. The first video was to demonstrate common mistakes teachers may make in teaching language. The teacher forgot to do
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Sun Valley
This unit was a bit difficult for me. Although there is a clear understanding between conditionals and direct and reported speech it was a little difficult to clearly distinguish the differences. With
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Sundown
Coursebooks and Lesson Materials Authentic materials are things that a native speaker might read or hear. They are real and more interesting and allow students to gain confidence. Created materials ar
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Sunnyvale
Unit 12 Teaching Productive Skills explained about speaking and writing. And about speaking activities in the classroom what we have to consider about as a teacher ( controlled activities, guided acti
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Sunray
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Sunrise Beach Village
This unit was interested for me, I have known new methods how to show learners some aspects of grammar in English language. What about modal verbs I have found out how to explain uses within any tense
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Sunset Valley
In this final unit there were a number of troubleshooting issues covered. I found the section helpful that dealt with first lessons. I was reminded that building rapport is important and that should b
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Surfside Beach
This unit established an explained the various teaching methods available for helping students master a second language. Through it, I learned different teaching methods to engage learners and help th
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Sweeny
The different methodologies and techniques in teaching are used depending on the personality of the teacher, the culture of the students and their specific needs. As the students need to be motivated,
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Sweetwater
Reading and listening, are two of the four basic skill in language When we read, there are two main reasons why we do so. It is for a purpose ; to achieve a goal or it is for entertainment , as a plea
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Taft
In this lesson we learned how to cope with teaching larger classes, involve students who are reluctant to participate, and give extra work to quick workers. I learned the importance of warming up the
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Tahoka
This unit talks about the three important elements we should teach the language to the students: vocabulary, grammar, function. And the grammar is like the tree trunk and the branches of a language, v
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Talco
Aside from speaking, listening skill is one of the problems that needs improvement. Majority of my class shows poker face when we practice listening. The speed is basically adjusted to match their pac
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Talty
This unit was about teaching pronunciation and phonology. It was very different from the other units as it had a lot of detail and covered many things I did not know about before reading this unit. It
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Tarkington
This unit focuses on the present tenses. It covers present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. I learned about the form, usage, typical student errors, and tea
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Tatum
While this unit was short, it had a lot of detailed and important information that I would not have considered before hand. It was helpful to have a clear layout once again for how a lesson would be l
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Taylor
This first unit was an overview of what makes a 'good' teacher and also what makes a 'good' student. The unit covered qualities of a good teacher such as being fair, motivational and knowledge of subj
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Taylor Lake Village
There are many different ways in which a teacher can make the learning experience more interesting and memorable for learners. One is to use teaching aids. These are things used in the classroom to ai
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Taylor Landing
The troubleshooting unit mentioned a few other options in how to go about teaching your very first lesson. What kind of lesson you with teach for the first time with your new class will depend on if t
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Teague
In English grammar there are also modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. All of these can express different things and intents. Teachers can help students practice through role play, making rules o
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Tehuacana
While speaking about future tenses we can say there are a number of different ways of referring to the future in English . But it is important to remember that any future tense is the time later than
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Temple
Our goal as a teacher is not only to teach students a foreign language and motivating them from lesson to lesson in grammatical nuances of the language, but also make the students' language rich and
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Tenaha
This unit was about evaluation and testing. I learnt about the different types of tests a teacher should plan and the circumstances when each type should be used. Furthermore, I learnt about the diffe
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Terrell
Evaluation and Testing There are several ways to formally assess students' language levels:tutorials, evaluation by students, and tests. Placement tests are designed to help teachers place students in
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Terrell Hills
In this unit i have learned the different ways i can manage my classes and effective methods i can use to establish rapport with students and the students with each other. From the use of eye contact
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Texarkana
Unit 7 was all about vocabulary, grammar and functions. This chapter showed the best ways in which to introduce grammar and vocabulary to students via the straight arrow and patchwork ESA methods. It
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Texhoma
Future Tenses Future Simple - I will go, you won't go, will she go? Used for future certainties, promises, and predictions. Shall rather than will is sometimes used for suggestions and invitations. F
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Texline
Unit 9 focuses on lesson plans for teachers. Lesson plans ensure the teacher is well prepared for class. A lesson plan creates an intentionality behind the lesson because the teacher is thinking deepl
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The Colony
As discussed earlier, the tense structure is crucial in learning the English language. However, it is also a weak spot for many students. Many adult learners try to translate English grammar in their
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The Grove
Nice review page. Everything I learned at school and it still in my mind. I haven't faced any challenges to complete this test. I am pretty sure that correct grammar explanation is incredibly importan
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Thompsons
These are helpful ideas. I never thought about teaching language functions, as they just come naturally to me as a native English speaker. It is helpful to realize the language consists of 3 parts (
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Thorndale
Dividing the skills to be learned in to 2 receptive skills and 2 productive skills is going to help me organize my classes better and focus on teaching one skill at a time -or at least to avoid mixing
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Thornton
Difficulties inside the classroom is inevitable. Teachers should know how to handle difficulties properly to make sure that the lesson are absorb by the students. This unit has many useful insights an
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Thorntonville
I learned in this unit that teacher’s attitude has a big effect in the class. Teachers should be aware about his/her students during the lesson. Making your students more comfortable and relaxed is
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