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Ridgefield
I think this final unit was a good "troubleshooting" review. Many of the things covered in this unit I found to be mostly common sense/knowledge and found this unit was clearly less in-depth than the
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Ridgeway
This unit explains the different rules and structures of the future tenses. 1. The future simple, who can be used for facts (I’ll be 20 years old in July), predictions without present evidence (It w
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Ritzville
This unit covered the various forms and usages of the past tense. This unit could have been clearer. Though I understood the general concepts, I would have personally appreciated a more in-depth descr
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Rock Island
This unit is the second part focusing on productive skills; writing and speaking. Previously it was focusing on understanding what is being presented to them in the form of listening to words or readi
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Rocky Mount
Several teaching aids can be used by teachers to enhance their class. Amongst the most traditional are the white board, visual aids like real objects, pictures and photos, and also worksheets. New med
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Roslyn
There are 8 basic parts of speech in the English language. These parts include nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns and prepositions/conjunctions. There are "rules" that gove
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Round Hill
Unit 5 provides great information on how to manage a class and keep a positive learning environment for students, as well as making sure students feel comfortable in the classroom. This unit gives gre
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Roy
I have learned the basic parts of speech that make up English language and some of the rules that accompany those speech parts. This unit helps me to understand why sentences are formed the way they a
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Royal City
In any language there are four basic skills divided in two groups; receptive skills – reading and listening and productive skills – speaking and writing. We read and listen with to achieve a parti
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Rural Retreat
There are different types of English language classes. Beginner’s classes can be very rewarding. Adult Beginners can be highly motivated. Young Beginners will learn faster. If the students don’t u
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Ruston
In unit 8, I learned about seven of the most common future tenses. Future simple is a verb tense used to convey an action that will occur in the future. The future continuous tense is a verb tense use
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Saltville
This unit is made by two video presentations of the same lesson in two very different stills. The first one is clearly made to showcase what a ‘bad’ lesson could be, the second one is a ‘good’
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Sammamish
I have got from this unit different methods of study and teach.For example engage ,study and activate. Elicitation the grammar-translation,the audio-lingual ism ,the presentation,practice and producti
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Saxis
I have learned from this unit vocabulary, grammar and functions, method of teaching vocabulary like similarity to student’s own language , similarity to English words already known and appropriacy,
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Scottsburg
This unit deals with the materials teachers use in the classroom. The lists of things used may include: the board (teachers have to be careful and plan ahead a little), audio or video (like cassettes
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Scottsville
This unit explains the rules of conditionals (‘if’ sentences) and reported speech (saying what someone else said in a direct way). There are five common conditionals: -zero conditional: for situat
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SeaTac
This covered evaluating and testing students, albeit briefly, so this was another short unit. It primarily detailed the main different types of tests: placement, diagnostic, progress, practice, and ex
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Seattle
this course basically recaps all that i have learnt so far and more so feels like a final prep talk before i set out and about my teaching practice. i have gotten more helpful information about the di
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Sedro-Woolley
I like the way this grammar unit was so specific and concise. Each grammar unit has been challenging and the complexity seems to increase as I move along with the units, but the Past tenses unit was d
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Selah
Because reading and listening are essential skills, a good English teacher will work to overcome potential problems that may be encountered while teaching these skills to a class. It will take prepara
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Sequim
This was a fairly extensive unit that went over modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive (as opposed to "active") voice. Modals were relatively simple to understand, though it was interesting to think a
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Shelton
I like all the teaching ideas for this unit. I am happy that many of the teaching ideas do not mention the requirements of students knowing each type of conditional. Knowing whether it is zero, first,
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Shenandoah
In this unit, we focused on the future tense. We covered the seven most commonly used future tenses. First, the future simple which is used for future facts and certainties. Second, we focused on the
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Shoreline
Often the teacher has to create his/her own materials to either supplement the course book, or replace sections that are not suitable for the class. For many students, compared to the course book, mat
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Smithfield
Phonetics is key to any language. Without understanding the phonetic alphabet, we would have a much harder time distinguishing phonemes and have less of an understanding of where stresses need to go i
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Snohomish
this unit puts the cherry on the cake it has helped me to learn quick fixes that I can apply in a classroom when i notice that students are getting bored, intimidated or have peculiar personal traits
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Snoqualmie
This unit revolves around pronunciation and phonology. Pronunciation is often neglected when teaching; rhythm, stress and intonations of words and sentences is often too. Phonology breaks down a langu
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Soap Lake
Modal auxiliary verbs can express different ideas: Obligation, possibility, permission, ability, advice. Example of ‘’modals’’: Can, could, might, should, would, must. In the active voice, the
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South Bend
The aim of unit 8 was to deal with and explain the 5 future tenses and the 2 present tenses with future meanings that are used in English. Since the topic of future tenses is a complex one, this unit
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South Boston
This course focuses on phonetics and pronunciation of words. How we use different parts of our mouth to make the words but also how we use pitch and tone to emphasise words changing the meaning or foc
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South Hill
Testing and evaluation are the best methods to track a student's language abilities and progress before, during, and after an EFL course. Tutorials are a way to review work that has been done througho
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Spangle
There are different types of classes; each kind of class needs particular approach. There are several most common kind of classes. The first one is a beginner class, usually students who are the part
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Spokane
This unit was nice because it showed me the difference between a good teacher and a bad teacher. It is easy to see who a teacher's body language, energy level, and tone of voice can have an effect on
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Spokane Valley
Unit 13 deals with teaching pronunciation and phonology. It focuses on different types of intonation and the best techniques for teaching it to the students. It also deals with word stress, what it me
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Sprague
The main focus in teaching a new language is the learner, whose language acquisition is influenced by many different factors. One main factor which has enormous influence on the pupil learning a new
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St. Charles
In this unit I learned about the seven structures of the Tense System. The different forms talked about are as followed; future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, b
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St. Paul
It’s one of the most underrated professions in the world – most people assume that you don’t need any special skills to be a teacher, yet few realize that it takes a great deal of effort and abi
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Stanardsville
In this unit, I learned Present tense.I think the course structure is very clear.There are four parts:Present Simple, Present continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous.Each part cover
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Stanley
In this unit,it shows two videos of an actual class. These two videos show different styles of teaching of the teacher. The first video was not that effective because the students didn't understand wh
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Stanwood
Understanding the forms of conditionals is not always apparent to students and teachers alike.Reporting language as well become a frustrating concept for some students to grasp. What is well laid out
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Stephens City
Unit 7 was rather practical and it focused on how to properly teach vocabulary, grammar and different language functions. As far as the teaching of vocabulary is concerned, it was explained that there
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Stevenson
I think this unit is hard but very important to me. Inspiring confidence in the students is really a hard work because most students can't speak English very well since they are not confident with the
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Stony Creek
This unit provided an excellent overview of the parts of speech a teacher will need to demonstrate to beginning learners. The part of the unit that gave me the most trouble, which I will probably have
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Strasburg
Knowing what evaluations are important for students entering school, public or private , is key for the success of any program. Teachers need to fairly grade these assessments, and English Language Le
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Stuart
Thank you so much for adding this chapter as a part in this course. firstly, it was difficult to grasp the whole things, still i am working on it. it was a nice chapter. the examples in this chapter
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Sultan
This unit goes vary much into past tense. With many variations of time. And how past time can be described. Past tense is one of my favorite to teach. To most non English students this is new to them
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Sumas
This unit was my first introduction to Receptive skills and Productive Skills and the important/difficulties presented when teaching these skills to students. This unit specifically focused on recepti
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Sumner
Vocabulary, grammar and functions. Whatever the level of the class and however the teacher arranges the study phase of the lesson there are four things that students need to do with new language; be e
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Sunnyside
This unit went over lesson planning, including how to use a basic template to easily organize each lesson. This seems like a great way to get new teachers started creating lessons in an easy to follow
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Surry
Verbs in the past tense will likely provide some difficulty to a language learner, particularly since there are many irregular past simple tenses. Additionally, the past participle can be a challenge
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