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Smithfield
In this unit I was able to learn various techniques for teaching a new language. Techniques for teaching vocabulary, introducing grammatical structures and teaching language functions, along with corr
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Snowville
This unit describes receptive skills, which are reading and listening. There are two main reasons for receptive skills – for purpose and for entertainment. Also, there is a description of different
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South Jordan
In this...Unit 17. I have learned a lot about all of the Equipment & Teaching Aids I will be using. They are: 1. White/ Blackboard, 2. Interactive White Board (IWB), 3. Over Head Projector (OHP), 4.
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South Ogden
In this unit we covered teaching English as a foreign language to special groups or under special circumstances. We studied the needs (and possible pitfalls and advantages) of teaching young children.
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South Salt Lake
As an English teacher not only must we be able to teach grammar, vocabulary and a variety of required skills to be fluent in English but we must ensure learners can communicate naturally and feel comf
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South Weber
In this..Unit 3. I have learnt the many different methods of teaching English. The E(Engage)S(Study)A(Active) way that is taught in this course I find to be very interesting & involved. I have also l
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Spanish Fork
In this unit we studied modal verbs (such as may, can, might, could, etc.), phrasal verbs, relative clauses, and the passive voice. We also looked at some teaching ideas for the same and some of the m
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Spring City
In this ...Unit 14. I have learned the difference between Authentic Materials (Anything a Native Speaker could hear or read) & Created Materials (Anything designed by the Teacher to replace or supplem
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Springdale
This unit covered Pronunciation and Phonology. The main focuses of this unit were on stress, rhythm, intonation, as well as introducing the International Phonetic Alphabet. This unit was one of those
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Springville
In this unit I learned about class management. The content included topics like body gestures, classroom arrangement, paying attention to students and maintaining discipline. It seems like the larger
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St. George
In this...Unit 19. I have learned a lot about all the different types of classes starting with the 5 Beginner Categories which are: 1.Absolute, 2.False, 3.Adult, 4.Young & 5.No Knowledge of Roman Alph
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Sterling
I am having difficulty with the correct form of reported sentences. I would like to have seen more examples in the lesson. I can see that this could be a very confusing lesson for English language lea
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Stockton
This unit will be especially encouraging and helpful to a beginning teacher. Most of the practices covered here are what experienced teachers know, or should know. Unfortunately, some experienced tea
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Sunnyside
This unit gave me clear and concise guidelines for successful classroom management. Having taught other subjects to students of different ages, I found many of the techniques described familiar. For i
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Sunset
Like present and past tenses, there are many forms of future tense. In fact there are seven was to express the future in the English language. The seven ways are future simple, future perfect, future
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Syracuse
In Unit 3 I've learned the following: Methodologies- *Grammar- translation - Learning about language through finding equivalents in the students own language *Audio - Lingualism - Learning is as a res
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Tabiona
This unit has been helpful to decide which kind of test would be applicable to my group of students. Sometimes it's hard to see progress as I only have a class for 2x 40 min. a month. I like to use vi
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Taylorsville
I had trouble with the previous tenses uint so I tried hard to do better this time around. I think this time I understood much better and was able to better retain the information. Since it is also ve
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Tooele
In this unit I learned about conditionals and how we report the future. Reading and studying this unit definitely took a lot of concentration, even as a native English speaker. It took me a long time
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Toquerville
Brief Overview of Unit 18 Unit 18 looks at Grammar. It defines and teaches about modal auxiliary verbs in detail.It looks at the usages of modal auxiliary verbs in sentence structures, for the presen
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Torrey
In this unit we learned about teaching the different parts of a new language. vocabulary, grammar, and functions. For each section there was an explanation of its function within a language classroom
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Tremonton
The materials from this unit were mostly new for me. The phonology topics were new and interesting. I learned theoretical basics about intonation, indicating and teaching techniques for intonation. Al
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Trenton
This unit ties together most of the previous units and brings back the concept of E-S-A lesson format. I found the questions about which answer choices were engage, study, and activate to be challengi
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Tropic
This unit was very information heavy, and would be useful for an academic or person who is interested in the science of sound production. I do, however, question its value in the education of an ESL t
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Uintah
In this unit it shows clearly that a teachers attitude can have an important impact for the whole lesson and the way students want to participate. When students are corrected in a rude way, they are n
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Vernal
As an experienced teacher I know that classroom management is essential for being able to teach students. From my experience, having a good rapport with students is the most important aspect of classr
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Vernon
This unit covered Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I personally use the passive voice a lot so I found this the most simple of these. However, I find the phrasal verbs are the most complicated
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Vineyard
Creating a successful classroom of students goes beyond the material given by the teacher. That became apparent after reading the Dos and Don'ts of this unit. To promote success, one must create a pos
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Virgin
This unit was very helpful in describing the many strategies that can be employed to effectively manage a classroom. I've learned a lot about when and how to use appropriate eye contact, gesturing, a
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Wales
The use of course books and lesson material will be an essential aid to effectively teaching. I remember when I used to teach high school physics and I realized that the course book I was using lacked
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Wallsburg
The unit teaches receptive skills, namely reading and listening.It outlays the reasons for reading and listening, and the skills that are used for reading and listening .It looks at the importance of
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Washington
This 5th unit, Classroom Management, deals with the way teachers should organize and manage the class, always bearing in mind having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. It provides
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Washington Terrace
In this... Unit 12. I have learned a lot about Speaking & Writing (Productive skills) & their main purpose: to communicate. I have learned that Writing is the most neglected as everyone worries more a
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Wellington
Brief overview of Unit 12 The unit teaches on the two productive skills namely speaking and writing. It discusses the difference between accuracy and fluency activities and teaches the different speak
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Wellsville
Teaching pronunciation and phonology can be a complex process. If teachers take into consideration the experience of the students, that will give us a good basis on where to start. If students struggl
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Wendover
It is impossible to predict all the problems that may arise in the classroom and every teacher will have to confront a situation which he or she may not be familiar with. It is important to be prepare
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West Bountiful
In this...Unit 5. I have learned a lot about Classroom Management & how to use Eye Contact, Gestures & My Voice to get & keep the Students interest. About how to talk with them & build Rapport. The di
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West Haven
This unit gave me some real life tips of conducting a lesson and useful basics of different teaching approaches. I found out new teaching methodologies, which I will use in my future teaching practice
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West Jordan
In this... Unit 20. I have learned a lot about Troubleshooting as well as some of the Common Problems that arise. When You are giving your very 1st Lesson to a Class it is good to know whether they ar
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West Point
In Unit One we learned about what makes a good teacher and the various roles a teacher may play in the classroom. We also learned about what makes a good learner and factors affecting the learner's ex
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West Valley City
Much like receptive skills, productive skills (speaking and writing) ensure a balanced way to teach a language. Both speaking and writing require the teacher to have creative topics and fun ways to te
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Willard
This is very confusing to me even though I use them correctly. Some of them appear to be close because the explanations are somewhat confusing, I think. As a native speaker it is just natural, but I c
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Woodland Hills
In this unit we covered the various forms the conditional can take in English and looked at some teaching ideas for the same. Then we studied reported speech and all the changes necessary when convert
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Woodruff
This unit gives the overview of different teaching equipment and aids, such as board, OHP, visual aids, videos and DVDs, course books, etc. The materials are mostly familiar and understandable from ev
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Woods Cross
In this lesson we covered the different forms of present tenses. The English language can be difficult to learn in this aspect because there are so many forms of every tense and there are regular and
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