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Aberdeen
These video lessons made abundantly clear the issues that can be created when a teacher does not apply himself to appropriate methodologies in teaching. The preparedness and attitude of the teacher in
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Abingdon
This unit will be a great reference I can look back upon when testing my future students. I was able to learn about the different types of tests and what their individual purposes are. Placement tests
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Accomac
This lesson makes me think back to the teachers that I had in grade school and who I think was the most effective when it came to making the class interesting and successful. One of my favorite classe
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Airway Heights
In this unit, I learned how much thought goes into choosing vocabulary to teach in a classroom. For example, a teacher must think about certain factors such as similarity to the student's language, si
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Alberta
I found this really interesting because in my own experience with learning Korean, I have found that writing has come to me more easily than speaking. I do believe that they are very similar in how th
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Algona
A teacher should pay enough attention to correct pronunciation. Especially on such aspects as intonation (variation of pitch and volume in each sentence). Techniques for indicating and teaching intona
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Altavista
The bulk of this unit is to get an understanding of the different types of tests, what they mean, and how and when they should be used to be most effective. This unit also gives a good summary of some
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Amherst
Each teacher should have a lesson plan, a teacher do not have to keep to the plan, it is just a helpful and flexible note that allows the teacher to organize and control the lesson. A lesson plan must
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Anacortes
In my current classroom, I have many ways I teach and interact with vocabulary. I like to have students out of their seats and moving around, a typical type of Engage strategy. I like the idea of havi
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Appalachia
I found this lesson to be pretty interesting because I myself have been curious as to how my teaching experience will be concerning the use of a course book or not. Because I am new to this, I would h
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Appomattox
the phrasal verb part is very tricky but the other topics are quite easy to understand especially if one has been exposed to English language in the past. well, like we have been advised, it will take
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Arlington
This was a particularly long and wide-ranging unit that covered teaching pronunciation and phonology. It started by stating that this is usually the most neglected part of teaching English because it
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Ashland
In this unit I learn that writing a lesson part is the most important matter before a class start. It give us a general overview about what the lesson is going to be. I also learn that the lesson plan
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Asotin
This unit recaps the rules of the four past tenses and give examples for the activate stage of a lesson. 1. Past Simple: it's used, for example, when telling stories with past actions in a definite pa
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Auburn
This video gave a good example of the type of classroom situations we can find ourselves with and how the teacher must be clear, patient, and overall have a better attitude to ensure that students wil
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Bainbridge Island
To be an effective teacher, one must consider teaching pronunciation. Pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of English language teaching. To properly pronounce the English language, ph
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Battle Ground
Unit number 10 has been the most practical and informative one so far. I was provided with two videos of actual English classes with a group of Thai students. In the first lesson the teacher was arrog
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Bedford
So far, I find that this unit has the most practical advice for future language educators like myself. It begins with a background on the theories and the different types of methodologies that has hel
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Belle Haven
This topic explains the use of lesson plans and how the should be created. It provides example lesson plans and a template that could be used. We are taught the benefits of the plan allowing for struc
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Bellevue
This unit taught me a lot about managing the classroom. It gave me many useful tips on how to handle many different situations such as, discipline, building rapport, and classroom arrangement. However
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Bellingham
Unit 15: Evaluation and testing explains why testing is important and necessary, and the different types of testing. Evaluating our students is important to keep track of their progress. By testing th
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Benton City
The last unit of this course focused on troubleshooting in the classroom. It dealt with the challenges of the first lesson with either a new group or an already existing group. It provided me with inf
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Berryville
Unit 6 gives a great overview of past tenses and the differences between past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. These are quite similar to present tenses, however not
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Big Stone Gap
Unit 16 is an expansion on the English tenses, focusing on past tense in this topic. We learn about the past tenses and the difference between past continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous an
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Bingen
In this unit,I learned about teachers using of books and other materials as a source for teaching their lessons effectively in class. There are two kinds of materials used by a teacher in class. First
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Black Diamond
This unit dissected receptive skills, so a teacher could understand how to facilitate a lesson that incorporates better reading and listening comprehension. When we read or listen, we are either doing
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Blacksburg
This unit focused on managing a classroom and how to effectively do so in order to allow students to improve in their language acquisition. What I've essentially learned from this unit is how I can be
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Blackstone
This unit is centered around the use of authentic materials, created materials and course books, of which a typical lesson is oriented around. It is important to know when to use course books, as they
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Blaine
During the course, a teacher should assess a student's language level; there are some ways to do it. The first one is tutorials, when a teacher at the end of the lesson give feedback to the students.
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Bloxom
This unit took me off on a loop! From defining the different modals, indicating how to communicate with passive voice, and also determining the usages of 3 different types of phrasal verbs, I honestly
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Bluefield
Conditionals are sentences containing 'if' which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, the 'if' clause and the main clause, and either can come in the first part of a
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Bonney Lake
This unit covered basic approaches an educator can use in teaching language and effective strategies for enhancing learners' retention of the educational material. After briefly describing a variety o
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Boones Mill
Unit thirteen explains the teaching pronunciation and phonology. Most pronunciation concentrates on individual sounds. Phonology is the study, science, analysis, and classification of the physical p
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Bothell
In Unit 11 - The receptive skills of reading and listening for language learners are used for the purpose of instruction and entertainment. Reading and listening can be used for prediction, scanning,
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Bowling Green
In this unit, I was able to experience a visual example of how body language and attitude makes a world of difference in a classroom. In the first lesson, the teacher enters the room and the students
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Boyce
In this unit, I learned all about planning lessons. Lesson planning is important as it is an aid to plan for the class,it serves as working document and it records the lessons you have taught in your
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Boydton
In question 17 of the test, the statement "The attitude that the teacher comes into the class with will have a profound effect on the success of the lesson." cannot be overstated. As a math teacher an
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Boykins
The unit gives us the information about lesson planning. There’re different ways to plan a lesson, you can fill in structured and detailed table or just make few notes on a paper. For inexperienced
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Branchville
Receptive skills are the basis of language learning. Without them, there is not way a student can understand a new language. Teaching these skills are key. What this part well classifies the different
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Bremerton
This unit tackled methods of presenting different components of language to learners. The unit demonstrated not only how depending on the part of language taught different approaches to presentation m
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Brewster
One main take away from this unit was the multiple applications and techniques for teaching a new language—none of which I’ve heard of before. It made me reflect on when I learned a foreign langua
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Bridgeport
Unit 12 focuses on the productive skills of speaking and writing. In both areas it is important to pick topics that interest your students to keep them engaged. Give students the opportunity to wor
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Bridgewater
In this unit, I have learned about modals,passive voice and relative clauses. Modals are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. It can be used to express number of different thought,
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Brier
A good teacher really needs to be discerning because the needs of his or her students may be dramatic in range. Therefore, a good teacher must primarily be concerned about the welfare of each individu
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Broadway
This section focused on the classroom atmosphere and student-teacher dynamic. Factors that can affect the learning environment as well as student-teacher rapport include the arrangement of the physic
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Brodnax
Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. Some of the resources often found in classrooms and study centers are the white
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Brookneal
A lesson plan is valuable especially for new and inexperienced teachers so that their course stays on track and maintains objective. It will benefit the teacher because their lessons can be progressiv
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Buchanan
Enabling an English language learner to tackle speaking of future activities or events is a complex task since it uses 5 different future tenses as well as two present tenses which can express future
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Buckley
Technology is the future of language learning. CALL is going to be how many learn language internationally and economically from now on. In fact, since cassette and DVD technology is falling further a
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Burien
This unit described the seemingly most effective ways to create and execute lesson plans to teach both vocabulary and grammar rules. I have learned that having a planned, but flexible structure to les
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