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Abbotsford
In this chapter I learned how to teach new material to a class. The structure of teaching and ways to engage students. This lesson is very important in order to teach more efficiently. I like how t
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Abrams
In this lesson it talked about how to create our own lesson plans. It explains how it has to be done. It gives examples on worksheets on how to plan a lesson plans. What to do and what not to do. It t
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Ackley
I felt like this lesson was educational and interesting but, it was also a little confusing. There were many types of testing listed, and I thought I understood what they were for, but when I read the
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Adams
This unit covered the main points of English instruction that are necessary for a student: vocabulary, grammar structure and forms, and function of language. For each stage the most important things
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Addison
I find this lesson very useful, I think it covers all the uncomfortable situations a teacher can face in class. I consider that teaching English to an ESL class is something quite hard; you need to te
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Adrian
Unit seven is all about teaching new language to students. It highlights the vocabulary, grammar and language functions that will specifically affect new english language students. The unit provides a
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Agenda
There are so many equipment and teaching aids nowadays and the launch of the Web in the public arena immediately began to attract the attention of language teachers which made it possible to set up no
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Ahnapee
There are many types of students that make up English classes. Some of students could be children, have some experience, required to be in the class by their job, or be only a single student. It is th
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Ainsworth
Unit 19 covers the topic of teaching special groups. The unit gives information on how to deal with the various types of beginners, individuals, children, business or special interest pupils and how t
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Akan
Speaking and writing English language is very essential. In this particular module, I studied the importance of speaking and writing and ways to ensure these are achieved effectively and also I learnt
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Alban
This unit focuses on theories, methods, and techniques for TEFL. This unit first describes a number of historically used and common theories of teaching English, and then proceeds to describe the meth
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Albany
Studying modal verbs is one of the most favorite grammar issues among my students. They like interviewing each other, asking questions about their abilities, making up lists of rules at school or othe
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Albion
This unit 17 covers aids in the classroom. There are so many great ways to facilitate the teaching of a language other than paper and pen. Today as technology is being used more and more it is also a
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Alden
Unit 19 talks about the different types of students that a teacher commonly gets in the classroom. Each type of learners comes to the classroom for a specific purpose, so it is important to listen to
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Algoma
Unit 13 is about the teaching and use of pronunciation and phonology in the english language. The use of correct pronunciation and articulation in english is reported as one of the most challenging pa
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Alma
This unit focuses on the teacher/learner rapport and explains the characteristics of what makes a good learner and a good student. It also describes which factors are involved in the learning process
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Almena
This unit explains the different usages of the future. As always, it gives you all the necessary information to be clear what kind of future you should apply depending on the situation or context. In
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Almon
Teachers play various roles in a typical classroom but surely one of the most important is that of classroom manager. A good classroom management promotes healthy teaching and learning environment. Th
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Almond
This unit covers the foundations of what make a teacher effective at teaching English, and qualities that make up a good and motivated learner. It summarizes the different roles a teacher must fill an
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Alto
When teaching a classroom of students, I will have to understand each students level of understanding to know which ESA structure to employ for lessons. The Patchwork ESA structure would be my top cho
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Altoona
This Unit teaches me two things about tense system. We make choices in the system according to what we want to mean and what effect we want to have on the listener. The tense system carries far more i
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Alvin
This unit was interesting to me. With regarding the teaching of English, there are a lot of things that I hadn't thought about before taking this course. The content of this unit "Conditionals and Rep
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Amberg
This type of unit is extremely needed to realise what nine previous ones are about. Having analysed and compared two videos I got aware of lesson managing and arranging techniques and principles, alon
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Amery
Pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of English language teaching. Confidence is often lacking in foreign teachers to teach it methodically, and English teachers sometimes also lack the
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Amherst
This is a great Unit. It explains step by step what should be done on the first day. It gives good examples and amplifies the possible mistakes that a teacher might come across on there first day. Whe
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Amnicon
More often than not, teaching unreal conditional sentences can turn a lesson into a fun game. It's because most tasks are designed to write or talk about imaginary facts which most students both like
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Anderson
I find it interesting how all of these units seem to mesh together to help form the English language. I have never stopped to think about the different tenses used in our language when we speak. It is
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Angelica
This section demonstrated the importance of lesson planning. I have had past experiences when I was unable to plan lessons and this made the class flow very "choppy". The students definitely are aware
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Angelo
This unit has been a very practical unit to help me to start to learn how to form lessons. It has given me more confidence as it has shown me the different ways that are available to teach vocabulary,
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Aniwa
Teaching productive skills Writing skills are often not fully developed by students because teachers do not like to have quiet time in the classroom. Therefore, they often make writing activities hom
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Anson
The future is a verb form that makes the event described as expected to happen inthe furure.This is a very difficult aspect of English grammar.The future doesn't have its own verb form.For the future
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Antigo
This unit deals with the basics of lesson planning and its pros and cons. I personally do not feel prepared without a lesson plan as I tend to forget my main ideas when standing in front of a class wi
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Apple River
This unit taught Troubleshooting common problem situations. It gave some great tips on establishing rapport and warmers such as a Tell us About board game, a good-sounding book of communication ideas
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Appleton
Unit 17 discusses the use of equipment and teaching aids. Some of my take-away points for using the white/black board is that it can hold student attention well if used correctly. The teacher can make
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Arbor Vitae
In this lesson, it's talking about evaluation and testing. I learned different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress, tutorials, evaluation by the students, and test. Tutorials can take pl
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Arcadia
This Unit provides information about the role of books and materials in teaching English. I've learned how and when to use authentic and created materials and found out advantages and disadvantages of
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Arena
Unit eight breaks down the more complex future tense system and breaks it down into the seven most commonly used future meanings or sub tenses. There are very subtle differences at times when discerni
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Argonne
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 exposed to it, understand its mean
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Argyle
When I watched the first video, I felt surprised. I didn't read the instruction first, so I didn't know that was a bad example. So I thought how it could be like that. I felt confused. The teacher sai
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Arland
I think it is often appropriate to teach some new vocab and grammar at one lesson as some structures and groups of words seem to fit each other perfectly. For instance, "there is / are" or "I have got
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Arlington
The unit covers some important tecniques to teach the language, as well as different factors to be considered in the classroom, like for example how easy or difficult it would be for the students to s
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Armenia
In this unit we learn how to troubleshoot the most common problems faced in the class room. We learn how to start a new class by establishing rapport with the new students. Also we learn the advanta
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Armstrong Creek
Although students may disagree about what makes a good teacher, in general a good teacher cares about students and teaching. Good learners are motivated and willing to use the new language. Teachers m
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Arpin
In this unit I learned that expressing the future is one of the more complicated aspects of the English language. These are the seven most common ways to do so: the future simple, the future continuou
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Arthur
Motivation in the ESL/EFL classroom is easily one of the most important factors, Most of my students are teenagers and have low motivation to learn English. In addition to that, while most of them hav
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Ashford
Most grammar books cover Fist, Secod and Third conditional. I have never seen that mixed conditional is grammatically correct. When I was in school, I learned that 'if I was' is not correct in second
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Ashippun
This is a great overview of phonology. Understanding the roles of speech organs, place of articulation, and manner of articulation can help teachers in teaching pronunciation. Understanding IPA can
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Ashland
Teaching Receptive Skills Reading and Listening: why? • For a purpose (reading instructions/listening to directions) • For entertainment (reading a novel for leisure/listening to your friend te
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Athelstane
At the start of the teaching career writing lesson plans can become a serious problem. Lesson plans may be too complete, not flexible at all. The more you know your students, the more flexible you get
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Atlanta
This unit is very important as it focuses on how to approach specific groups of students, such as young learners or business English learners. Basically, the teacher should always know his/her audienc
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