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Addison
Unit 18 phrasal verbs and passive voice, talked about different types of structures for verbs. During this lesson, I found the first part simple, but I had a little bit of difficulty on the last 3 que
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Albright
Commonly, eliciting is used to ask learners to come up with vocabulary and language forms and rules, and to brainstorm a topic at the start of a skills lesson. The definition of the term in the Dictio
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Alderson
This unit is about teaching receptive skills that is reading and listening.In this unit i learnt reasons and motives for teaching reading and listening can be for purpose or for entertainment.Furthe
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Anawalt
I really enjoyed watching the videos in this unit. I think it is important to watch videos for examples of both good and bad styles of teaching. I enjoy this because I believe that as teachers we need
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Anmoore
Unit eighteen covers the big variety of resources that a teacher can use in the classroom to improve the learning process. the unit looks at the materials and technologies that are sustainable and how
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Ansted
Unit Seven, though productive by going into further detail of "teachibility and learnibility," in my opinion, is a rather unnecessary section to cover. Yes, it is useful for say, someone who is just
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Athens
THIS UNIT HAS COVERED BOTH THE BASICS AND G=HAS FURTHER GONE INTO DETAIL THE CONCEPTS THAT RELATE TO MANAGING CLASSES. SUCH AS WHAT GESTURES TO USE FROM EYE CONTACT TO VOICE. IT ALSO COVERS THE PROS A
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Auburn
I took this course, because i wasn't satisfied with the amount of knowledge that I received through the 60-Hour Course. It was a good course for the beginner, but lacks the information such as the ma
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Aurora
Unit 13 Pronunciation and phonology was, in my opinion, a little difficult. This lesson was difficult to me mainly in the last questions, 16-20. This is something I do not remember ever learning in sc
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Bancroft
It seems as though the future tenses are going to be the most difficult to explain to students. Even for native speakers, many errors are made when expressing the nuances of this grammar. Therefore,
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Barrackville
Learning future tense is also important for ESL learners, because this allows students to communicate effectively and apply the appropriate use of tense and verbs. Furthermore, while learning future t
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Bath
In this unit I have learnt about the various types of modal auxiliary verbs and how they are used. I learnt about the implications behind each modal verb which was interesting, I never considered the
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Bayard
This unit presents a lot of interesting material which I find to be very important for new ESL teachers. One of the most important aspects is the do’s and don’ts recommendations for us to use whil
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Beckley
The video lessons,were interesting as we compared two different videos,the relationship between the teacher and the students which shall be discussed briefly. First among other key points experienced
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Belington
Unit ten, again it takes us back to the theory of teaching as it goes a bit about reading and listening skills (receptive skills). The unit goes further to explain the importance of the receptive ski
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Belle
Unit thirteen covered the most important part concerning pronunciation. The unit deals much with areas on how to use the intonation, as well as techniques and activities that can help the students gai
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Benwood
In Unit 18, first I have learnt 12 modals which stand for differences and similarities, such as certainty, possibility, necessity, request, obligation, ability, permission, suggestion and so on. We ma
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Bethany
Course outline ix.. Talks about lesson planning Which is an important factor in education. There are so much to benefit from this course. In as much as we are expected to make yo lesson plan to guide
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Beverly
This unit has really helped me to understand the types of activities I can include in my lessons that are specific to teaching vocabulary, grammar and functions. It has been useful in listing all of t
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Blacksville
THIS UNIT COVERS SOME TROUBLESHOOTING ISSUES NEW TEACHERS MIGHT HAVE WHEN GOING INTO A CLASSROOM WITH NEW STUDENTS, WHETHER IT'S A NEW GROUP OR AN EXISTING GROUP, IT SHOWS HOW THE TEACHER CAN ESTABLIS
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Bluefield
In this module I have learnt about the pros and cons of using course books and when it is appropriate to create your own material for lessons. I have found it really useful to see the examples of the
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Bolivar
Exercises focusing on the receptive skills allow the study and practice of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and punctuation, and the reading/listening can provoke conversation and discussion. At fir
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Bradshaw
This short unit is on teaching the receptive skills - reading and listening. It covers reasons and motives for these skills as well as specialist skills, such as predictive and deductive skills, reade
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Bramwell
Unit Six focused on the usage of the past tense, and all the implications it had. There was past simple, which stayed true to its name, keeping the subject and action in a past time, ie. "I played ye
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Brandonville
Course outline 17 Topic... Equipment and Teaching Aids In this lesson,alot of helpful tools that can prepare an ESL teacher were mentioned here. Different teaching aids can be used to make lessons m
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Bridgeport
The course book can both be an aid or a disadvantage in my opinion. When starting out as a teacher the course book can be an aid since it's based on a specific syllabus designed to systematically (as
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Bruceton Mills
One cannot really overestimate the importance of lesson planning. Plan better be flexible but the teacher should control the main direction of where the lesson is going. Because the final aim is learn
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Buckhannon
This unit portrays 2 lessons, one of which the teacher is mostly using poor techniques and not effectively engaging the students as well as having a poor attitude towards the students which demotivate
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Buffalo
Unit seventeen covers the wide area of resources that a teacher can use in the classroom to make a class successful. It looks at technologies that are available and how can be used to improve the lear
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Burnsville
This unit was useful for putting into words rules that I use every day in my speech but haven't ever really thought about before. It taught me the difference between all the past tenses, and the reaso
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Cairo
managing the class is more important for a teacher to manage the his/her class. what I learnt from this unit is how manage the class or seating arrangements, I learnt how can eye contact, gesture and
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Camden-on-Gauley
Unit 15, Evaluation and Testing, covered many different types of assessment techniques. Knowing different ways to assess students is very important. In my classrooms, I try to have my students take s
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Capon Bridge
There are 5 main conditionals in English language, that start from conditionals stating general truths or facts (0 conditional) and move up to conditionals dealing with hypothetical statements about t
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Carpendale
Outline#12 Productive skills The outline explained the two productive skills to be speaking and writing.As this two are used in communication.one can be very good at speaking but not too good in writi
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Cedar Grove
The main purpose of any teacher is to make the students to fall in love with the subject he/she is teaching. If one fails to succeed at this, all other things are not important. The passion to study i
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Ceredo
UNIT 19 COVERS TEACHING SEVERAL SPECIAL GROUPS IN DETAIL, FROM TEACHING CHILDREN TO TEACHING BUSINESS ENGLISH. IT ALSO COVERS DIFFERENT TYPES OF CLASSES: TEACHING BEGINNERS VERSUS TEACHING ADULT BEGIN
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Chapmanville
This unit has been really helpful in giving examples of how to structure a lesson. I have found it extremely useful to see the example lesson plans given. I have learnt how important it is to accurate
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Charles Town
I’ve learned from this course about the personality of the teacher, the requirements to the teacher and the student. It is shown how to behave with students in different situations and what role to
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Charleston
This unit is very important because the measurement of student learning through assessment is key in education, thus it provides useful feedback to both instructors and students about the extent to wh
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Chesapeake
I believe that this unit was a little more difficult with a lot of content. In this Unit, it talked a lot about classroom management. This is done in a variation of ways such as body language, class
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Chester
Course outline 15 Topic: EVALUATION AND TESTING. According to the outline, it's well stated what evaluation and test could contribute to a the learning of a student. What a teacher should not fail to
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Clarksburg
In Unit 13, I have learnt something important about pronunciation and phonology. Just as investigated, pronunciation is the most difficult part in English. I’ve ever studied something about pronunci
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Clay
This unit covers general guidelines for teaching pronunciation and phonology for English grammar. Understanding pronunciation is integral to teaching English since students are concerned with their pr
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Clendenin
Detailed lesson plans can help teacher and students on the first day in a new classroom as well. An important goal for any teacher is to get to know your students. To teach English as a second languag
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Cowen
Although there the different form in the past tenses have key similarities to their respective present forms they are distinctly different. Personally I’m learning more about the different forms of
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Danville
A lesson plan is defined simply as a teacher's detailed description of the course of instruction for a class. The whole idea about lesson plan was originally created by Benjamin Bloom when he chaired
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Davis
In this unit we learnt how to deliver new vocabulary, grammar and other language aspects in the classroom quite successfully.The unit provides many examples different and suitable activities for each
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Davy
Unit Eight is all about finishing of tenses as it discussed about future tenses which was the last part of tenses. The unit also discussed the usage of all different parts of future as it explained th
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Delbarton
Unit Nine covered the very important topic of lesson planning, its uses, benefits, drawbacks, and quirks. Though easy to make with the intention of making a schedule for the class time, a good lesson
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Dunbar
After learning Unit 9, I can make a lesson plan format which is very useful for me to teach. Firstly, the lesson plan should include basic information of the class, such as class level, the teacher’
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