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Burkeville
This unit taught me the different approaches and methods to use in a class. Each methods are different from one another and it depends on the kind of topic the teacher teaches in class. One of the imp
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Burlington
From this unit, I learned how to make the sentences with past tenses. Past simple is used for a past action when the time is given or the action clearly took place at a definite time even though this
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Camas
This unit explains the different groups of student a teacher could have, and gives some advice on how to teach those groups. We have the beginners; how can be adults or children, and absolute (no expo
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Cape Charles
Phonology deals with Stress, Rhythm and Intonation. Intonation is considered to be the variation in volume and pitch in a whole sentence. Stress in a sentence is the word that is said strongly and in
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Capron
This unit covered the key aspects of managing a class. It described topics like classroom seating arrangements, varying levels of activity participation (calling on individual students, pair-work, gro
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Carnation
This unit deals with the teaching of productive skills: writing and speaking. Both are used for communication, one directly with one or more person(s) in front of you, the other in a more formal way,
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Cashmere
The unit tells us about parts of speech in the English language. There are nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives, gerunds, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and articles. Each part of speech has its o
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Castle Rock
When learning a new language, students should be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it’s constructed and be able to practice and produce it. Teachers should make sure students are
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Cedar Bluff
There always four things that students need to do with a new language, no matter the level of class. These four things are as follow: be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it's cons
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Centralia
Each teacher has his/her own attitude to the books and materials, some of them like it, others despise. Still it is very important to use it. Books and materials may be divided on two groups. The firs
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Charlotte Court House
This unit focuses on the approach to teaching a new language and how to structure the grammar and vocabulary lessons around a students ability to learn. Starting with vocabulary the unit provides sugg
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Chase City
Unit number 5 deals with classroom management. It focuses on the importance of eye contact, gestures and the teacher’s voice in the classroom and how all of these can be varied to achieve different
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Chatham
This unit is a good continuation of Unit 11. Here, we get a good review of how to effectively teach productive skills. The two essential productive skills we are talking about are speaking and writing
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Chehalis
In this unit the most interesting part was about how to correct the student. It was very interesting and learn a lot from it but in y opinion, it would be useful to explain how to correct mistakes fro
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Chelan
In this unit I have studied about equipment and teaching aids, I learnt so many different ways can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. Different sch
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Cheney
The seven most common future tenses are; the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, 'going to' future, the present simple and present continuous. The
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Cheriton
I appreciated this lesson because it touches on items that I may or may not be able to use in the classroom. I think it is important for me, as a new teacher, to be able to adapt to my surroundings in
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Chewelah
From the first unit of the course I’ve learnt a lot of useful information. In my opinion, the most applicable and interesting parts of the unit were about teacher’s roles and difference between ad
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Chilhowie
This unit really helped me to refresh my knowledge of past tense verbs. It also helped me to see how to explain when to use certain tenses of verbs. For example, I'm not sure I could have explained w
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Chincoteague
In this final unit, I've learned about dealing with problems within a classroom and how to approach and solve them effectively. The troubles vary between first time lessons, student level differences,
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Christiansburg
In unit 19, I learned about teaching special groups. Teaching different groups requires different approaches. In a class for beginners, the students will vary in age and language ability, it is import
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Claremont
One area that I still don’t think I have a lot of confidence in is teaching business English. Even after reading through this information, I don’t think I would feel comfortable planning and carry
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Clark
Video 1 Right off the start was not good. There was no introduction to the students which made them feel uneasy. He seemed a bit nervous bouncing all over the place. Then he jumped right in on difficu
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Clarkston
English language has modal verbs (should, can, may, might, can, could, etc.) that show different ideas: obligation, advice, ability, possibility/probability, prohibition/permission and different degre
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Clarksville
This unit stressed that although class time taking for writing activities may feel like a waste, it is an essential skill that an English learner must gain. You will enable a student to be able to acc
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Cle Elum
This unit was about Present Tenses. the unit was explaining the form of Present Simple, Present continuous, Present perfect, and Present Perfect Continuous and usages of them. Simple Present: Use the
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Cleveland
In unit 7, I learned more about the process of teaching a new language. The difficulty of certain vocabularies depends on multiple factors. It’s better to focus on basic, useful words in the early s
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Clifton
One thing that I wish these units included is a brief overview of the equivalencies in other languages. For example, I have no idea if other languages have similar words or phrases to express modals.
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Clifton Forge
Speaking and Writing are substantially different from reading and listening. Writing is probably the most neglected skill in the TEFL world, but still very important to learn. Accuracy and fluency c
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Clinchco
This unit took on future tenses. It also revisited the present continuous, which had been encompassed in a prior unit, as it can be used to indicate the future. These tense forms will be particularly
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Clinchport
I have learned in this unit eye conduct, gesture and the voice and how can eye conduct be used in the classroom , the voice grouping students, the manager of class , classroom arrangement. Student wo
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Clintwood
In unit 13, I learned about pronunciation and phonology. For most students, pronunciation is usually the most difficult aspect of learning English. Learning to speak English correctly is more intricat
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Clyde Hill
This unit outlines the importance of knowing your audience. Not every language learning class is the same. There are many things to take into consideration especially when planning a course. Teaching
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Coeburn
This unit was an overview of the practical use and proper handling of classroom equipment, be it physical (such writing boards, interactive whiteboards, worksheets etc) or digital materials (such as v
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Colfax
The unit includes the information about tenses in English, though the bigger part of it is dedicated to the Present tenses. There’re four of them: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect
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College Place
In unit number two I learned about different parts of speech; be them nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, articles, prepositions, conjunctions or gerunds. I have been informed about the speci
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Colonial Beach
This unit talks about the productive skills: speaking and writing. Both speaking and writing are used for the same purpose for communicating. Writing is often considered a more difficult skill and s
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Columbia
In unit 18, I learned about modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative causes, and phrasal verbs. Modal verbs are used before other verbs to increase the meaning of a sentence. Modal verbs can be
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Colville
This was a great unit because it taught me the ideal characteristics of a teacher as well as the many different roles a teacher plays. This lesson also taught me the different levels of learners as
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Connell
In this unit, I learned about conditionals and reported speech. In conditionals, these are sentences containing “if” which refers to the conditions that has to be satisfied before an action or sta
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Cosmopolis
I have learned a lot from this module on the pros and cons of managing the classroom. It is information that is much needed. However, the quizzes have the same question format. The only word I recogn
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Courtland
This unit clearly and concisely examined the future tense. Further it did what many materials on the subject fail to do; explains the going to+ infinitive, present simple, present continuous as being
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Covington
In unit 12, I learned about teaching productive skills; speaking and writing. Many students are hesitant to speak in class for various reasons, the teacher should try to create an environment where st
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Craigsville
From this unit, I learn that teacher's attitude is very important to the success of the class. If the teacher is rude and reluctant, the students will be confused and afraid of answering questions. If
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Crewe
The seven most common future tenses. 1. Future Simple Forms: Affirmative (subject + will + verb) Negative (subject + will + not + verb) Question (will + subject + verb) Usages: Future facts Promises A
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Culpeper
I have got and learned from this unit that we have four- basic skills for any language, in this unit I studied that we must focus on the skills reading and listening, this was a short unit but it was
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Damascus
I cannot believe that I have already reached the end of this course. I'm very excited to apply everything I have learned to my teachings in the future. In some cases, job applications have said that t
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Davenport
During this short unit I learned about teaching new language to students. Specifically I learned about teaching new vocabulary, introducing grammatical structures, and teaching language functions. The
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Dayton
Teacher's always face the challenge of what materials to use in class. Course books have their uses, but some teachers feel that they are chained to them. What is very keenly pointed out here that not
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Deer Park
I learned that in the engage phase is where the teacher try to arouse the students' interest and get them involved in the lesson. and to help engage the students teachers can use activities and materi
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