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Tacoma
This unit contains the information about the past tenses: Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous. The information includes their forms, cases of usage, common mistakes/
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Tangier
In unit 14, I learned about the use of course books and lesson materials. There are pros and cons to using course books. A course book will contain a syllabus that is graded to a level suitable for th
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Tappahannock
Passive voice is very troublesomely difficult for students. This unit well examines the need for understanding, and to use the passive voice, that in not directly stating who committed the action or s
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Tazewell
Unit 18 explains some basic grammar rules: auxiliary modal verbs (and semi-modal verbs), the passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. Modal verbs (like can, could, shall, should, will or wou
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Tekoa
The more lessons I do that involve me writing my own lesson plans, the more I am understanding the ESA procedures. In my own life, I am learning Korean. I have only been able to use reading and writin
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Tenino
By learning this lesson i come to know how to teach vocabulary in a simple way and how to enact with it. Also, i come to know that the exact use of straight arrow,boomerang and patchwork lesson. boome
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The Plains
Course material is the foundation of any lesson. It is important for a teacher to filter through the material to find what will suit their classroom best. Just as there is lot of quality work, unfortu
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Tieton
This unit includes two videos of English classes. Clearly, the second one is much more successful then the first. During the second class, the students were able to understand new information and use
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Timberville
Evaluating and testing are the important tools to track learners’ language abilities and progress. Placement tests will help teachers to identify learners’ English lever before assign the class.
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Toledo
There are four basic skills in any language; receptive skills - reading and listening, and productive skills - speaking and writing. The reasons and motives for reading and listening can be devided in
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Toms Brook
There are four basic skills when it comes to language; receptive skills, reading and listening, productive skills, and speaking and writing. This unit focused more on the reading and listening skills
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Tonasket
In this unit I have studied about two clauses if or similar expressions such as when and also I have learnt about form, conditional and usages. I familiar with typical mistakes/errors and also about t
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Toppenish
To be completely honest, I think this has been the most complicated unit so far, trying to learn and completely understand the phonetic alphabet is a huge task for anyone, even for native speakers. I
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Troutdale
this unit is pretty short but tricky it has helped me to understand the clear differences between created and authentic materials and has also given me new ideas on creating material that would be ta
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Troutville
In unit 15, I learned about evaluating and testing students. There are multiple reasons for testing students. Placement tests are conducted to gauge the language ability of the students and place them
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Tukwila
Unit eight introduces the seven most common tenses in the tense system: the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, the present
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Tumwater
Today a teacher may use different kinds of equipment during the lesson, which allows making it more interesting for students. The most common are white/black board, computers, dictionaries, online res
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Union Gap
This can be a very confusing topic for new learners. There are many different tenses and ideas to be used with future meanings. There are seven most common. These seven common tenses are: 1. The f
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University Place
Unit number 12 deals with productive skills – speaking and writing. It stresses the importance of creating the need and desire to communicate and focuses on the difference between accuracy and fluen
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Urbanna
This unit taught me a lot about the different tenses of the English language, specifically the present tenses. This unit clearly describes the different forms (such as positive, negative and questions
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Vader
This unit covered conditionals and reported speech, and was a fairly complex one to understand the specifics of. On its surface those concepts seem simple enough, but when you take a look at all of th
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Vancouver
This unit is a great review of conditionals (zero, first, second, third, mixed) as well as some of the typical errors that arise when using and teachings these topics. Personally, the most I learned f
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Victoria
In this unit, I learnt more about English grammar, such as Modal Auxiliary Verbs, Passive Voice and Relative Clauses. The modal auxiliary verbs are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, woul
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Vienna
In Unit 10 the videos clearly demonstrated that the attitude of the teacher has a profound effect on the success of the lesson. A lesson must be clearly delivered with good instructions, a relaxed to
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Vinton
This topic is very tricky and voluminous it takes a lot of time to process and will also require more time of study outside the course to get a little used to. However, the course is still broken down
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Virgilina
This unit briefly covered troubleshooting common potential problems that teachers may encounter while teaching EFL classes. I found it concise and helpful, but it also raised other questions for me th
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Wachapreague
Unit 6 is about the past tenses. The system and structure of past tenses is not too different from present tenses, except that past tenses obviously relate to past time periods. All continuous forms f
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Waitsburg
I am already familiar with lesson plans since I’ve had to do them many times in my teaching career. When I first started teaching, I went to great strides to have my lessons completely planned and t
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Wakefield
This unit reinforces the different roles taken on by language teachers depending on the task or activity being carried out. Without flexibility of roles, the teacher runs the risk of overpowering the
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Walla Walla
We have been taken the methodologie (Grammar translation-Audio-lingualism- PPP - The lexical approach - task based learning- CLT- The silent way- CLL- Suggestopaedia) ESA Engage and Study and Activa
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Wapato
Receptive skills are highly important and can sometimes be very difficult for EL students to master. The “Engage” part of this lesson needs to be very rewarding for students so they can fully comm
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Warden
This unit began with a subtle warning. Appropriately so it seems, as I've found reading through the chapter slightly more challenging in comparison to the previous ones! While I knew there were more t
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Warrenton
Firstly, I learned about the different qualities and roles of a teacher. Each teacher has their own qualities and reasons to become a teacher. Some teachers are lively and entertaining, while some are
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Warsaw
In unit 20, I received some advice on troubleshooting common problem situations. It’s better to focus the first few lessons of a new course on building a rapport with the students. Fun classroom act
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Washington
This unit was both easy and difficult for me. The easy parts were Modal verbs. The difficult parts were transitive inseparable phrasal verbs, transitive verbs and intransitive verbs. As a native Engli
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Washougal
Unit 11: Teaching receptive skills, talks about how to teach reading and listening. They can be for a purpose (listening to directions) or entertainment (reading a fantasy bock). One of the most impor
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Waverly
Categories of beginners; the absolute beginner, the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young beginner and the beginner without Roman alphabet. Individual lessons have a number of advantages for t
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Weber City
In this unit, the four present tenses (simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous) have been thoroughly explained through the way they are formed in the affirmative, in the negative, as well a
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Wenatchee
For a class to be able to learn effectively the teacher must be able to inspire confidence in the students. The teacher must be flexible and change her role according to the activity and situation wit
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West Point
Unit number 9 deals with planning a lesson. It explains the importance of a written lesson plan (in whatever form, depending on the teacher), as well as an ability to improvise and be flexible if anyt
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West Richland
Unit 8 explains 7 tenses to express future actions with future simple (will+verb), future continuous (will+be+verb with -ing), future perfect (will+have+past participle), future perfect continuous (wi
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Westport
I personally had a hard time following along with the provided examples in this courses text for the task sheets. The examples of the lessons didn’t indicate which parts were “engage” “study
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White Salmon
In this unit, I have learned how important it is to have a lesson plan to make each day in the classroom run as smoothly as possible. A lesson plan functions as an aid in the planning process to to kn
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White Stone
Unit 14 deals with coursebooks and lesson materials. It distinguishes between two types of materials: authentic and creative, and list advantages and disadvantages of both. It also provides a few samp
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Windsor
This unit is useful for learning about the typical types of materials that are sometimes used for teaching (coursebook/created materials). The list of advantages and disadvantages of course book mater
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Winlock
From this unit, I learnt the future tense system. The seven most common including the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going to, the present
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Wise
Unit 17 makes a list of most commonly used equipment during teaching, and how to use them efficiently. We have the white- or blackboard, that teachers need to use in an organized way (using colons, co
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Woodinville
This chapter is the most difficult and hardest chapter to understand for me. Indirectly, this chapter teach us the importance of this course. Hats off!!! literally,...this chapter is too much difficul
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Woodland
This unit teaches about Future tenses. There are seven types of future tense; future simple,future continuous,future perfect,future perfect continuous,be going + infinitive,present simple and present
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Woodstock
This course describes the four aspects of the present tense in English as well as their forms and usages. As a native speaker, this course was helpful to understand the rules that are ingrained in us
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