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West Marshland
Having a lesson plan is very important as it gauges what you will focus on during the class and keeps the overall structure simple and direct, however it is important to be flexible while teaching and
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West Point
The teaching techniques for vocabulary teaching were particularly useful especially the methods involved through the Engage, study and activate stages. When introducing a new word it is important enga
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West Sweden
This unit was a little more difficult to me as I do not remember ever learning about in my own education. For example, it was my first time ever learning about the different types of phrasal verbs so
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Westboro
The unit is about the equipment and teaching aids.Teaching aids are tool and equipment used in teaching as a supplement to enhance the interest of students.Teaching materials are important tools of ef
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Westby
Grammar is something that can be difficult to understand especially if English is not your native language. As an ESL teacher we will come across grammar mistakes that can be hard to explain. With th
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Westfield
In this unit I have been exposed to the different kind of skills that a learner should hone: listening, reading, speaking and writing. All of them are equally important, that means that we can not pr
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Westford
In unit 7 we learned about vocabulary, grammar and the important functions of both. Introducing new language can be difficult and it is important to present new material in a way that is easily unders
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Weston
This unit gave clear examples of both effective and ineffective teaching practices. It is clear that a teacher's attitude and approach to the lesson has a great impact on student reception and partici
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Westport
In this unit we cover receptive skills. Reading and listening greatly increase language study and understanding. Reading will help identify word patters and analysis. While listening will increase
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Weyauwega
The content in Unit 16 (Conditionals & Reported Speech) introduces ways to properly express the past, present, and future possibilities. The conditions are Zero Conditional, First Conditional, Second
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Wheatland
There are variable methods of which a teacher can use to teach. Depending on the need and culture of the students may influence a certain type of method. The oldest method, grammar-translation, deal
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Wheaton
Receptive skills are something I really hadn't spent much time thinking about until recently. Not only am I working on getting my English teaching certification, I am also studying and improving my s
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White Oak Springs
This unit tied together a lot of the loose strings that I had, especially from the present tenses unit. I remember thinking, "So many of the present tenses are linking the present to the future, what
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White River
This unit is based of future tense which is essential for learning the English language. Future tense is based on plans made in the future as well as predictions. This is for events that have not take
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Whitehall
In this unit, the information provided is for engaging with students and offering a better way of teaching productive skills, which are speaking and writing. These two areas of the language are very i
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Whitestown
I feel that this a very challenging unit as there are very few examples to refer to. I have had to have more advice with a specialist language teacher to help me to be able to answer the test question
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Whitewater
Authentic materials are incredibly important to shaping a student's understanding of the English language, but the materials must be introduced at the right times with a thorough explanation. In Ameri
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Wien
Back in my University days, studying about pronunciation and phonology, I was so amazed at the complexity of English language. I never imagined that there was ever goin to be any diagram illustration
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Wilkinson
As the lesson about the different forms of the present tenses, this lesson about the different forms and usages of the past tenses is very useful. The way the lesson explains the the structure, as we
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Willard
The unit focused on teaching pronunciation and phonology which turned out to be a lot more complex than I expected it to be due to the fact that there are so many moving parts that are all connected!
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Williamstown
This lesson covered several different groups and the different techniques that a teacher would need to incorporate into lessons for each of these groups. The important ideas behind teaching young lear
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Willow
This unit deals with common problem situations that teachers may encounter. It talks about the first lessons with a new group or an existing group and the ways to be successful with them. It offers id
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Willow Springs
In this unit I learned about the types of classes and the forms of teaching which may require slightly different skills. Teaching Beginners.- They are students who have no English at all. The tips for
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Wilson
This was a good lesson to read and learn more about how to select material to be taught in the classroom. I think one of my favorite things is when the lesson gives examples of how a particular less
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Wilton
This unit covered the basics of how to teach new language. Teaching vocabulary, teaching grammar, and teaching language functions were all covered. Vocabulary and grammar are self explanatory, but I l
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Winchester
The content in Unit 13 (Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology) introduce pronunciation as the most neglected aspect of mastering a language. This aspect is neglected because it is so abstract of an idea
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Windsor
My reflection on this unit is that I learned the importance of exact and correct evaluation of students and how good and proper evaluation can help them learn faster and how they can get faster result
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Winfield
Lesson plans are great tools to help teachers stay on task and ensure learning objectives are accomplished. First, lesson plans help create a structure of lessons. This structure should be flexible en
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Wingville
The content od this unit is dealing with the different forms of the past tense. It informs us of the different ways in which we can use these tenses. For instance the past simple, we would use the bas
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Winnebago
I believe that in regard to teaching this Unit, and occasionally others involving verb tenses, the students might find ambiguity, confusion and in their eyes, repetition or overlap, especially in the
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Winneconne
Verb tenses are useful to review. Even for native speakers, explaining verb tenses can be confusing. Although we use them naturally in speech, it is helpful to brush up on the rules and usage for each
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Winter
If we don’t have a lesson plan, lesson might be not organised. On the other hand , lesson might be rigid and not flexible if we depends on the lesson plan too much. The good thing that I learn a l
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Wiota
Unit 19 provided detailed instruction on the specific features of teaching special groups of students. There was particular consideration for teaching business English. Teaching business English intim
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Wisconsin Dells
In this unit we learned about the different parts of speech and the many ways they are categorized.I learned a great deal on the many technical terms for parts of speech. I feel like this lesson reall
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Wisconsin Rapids
This unit discussed the most common problems teachers face in the classroom and gave suggestions on how to effectively deal with them. It started out by troubleshooting issues that normally occur at
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Withee
I feel that video one really helped me hone in on what not to do. The lesson was completely disorganized and the students really had no idea what was going on. The instructor was very focused on going
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Wittenberg
In this unit it talmente aborto how to Begin a lesson. How teachers need to act and how to prepare a lesson if it's an individual or beginners or if it's a business English class. Also it gives lots o
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Wolf River
In this unit we examinate in detail the productive skills: speaking and writing, the are both used for the same purpose to comunicate. Writing is the more difficult skill, requiring a greater degree
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Wonewoc
This unit on Lesson Planning put into perspective the importance of lesson planning in order to create and monitor a teacher’s class and lesson flow. As someone who doesn’t usually make it a point
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Wood
Woah! I was waiting for this lesson so much good stuff. Wish there was a second unit of this stuff were we went more in-depth about situations in which all this stuff will be useful. In my teaching I
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Wood River
This lesson reinforced much of what I learned in my Education degree relating to adulating learning principles and student-centerer principles of effective teaching and learning. It also reinforced w
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Woodboro
I understand the importance of intonation, stress, etc. in speaking English from experience so I’m glad this unit spent so much time on teaching it. As an example, Korean tends to have a very flat i
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Woodland
Teaching styles differ and learning styles do as well. I feel that this unit reminds us that we are life long learners and to consider that when approaching teaching and expectations from students at
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Woodman
I learned something new in this Unit.The zero to third and then the mixed conditionals.Thank you for this Unit. Also I have been reminded of the complexity of the direct and reported speech transcript
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Woodmohr
This unit discusses how to teach various groups of students, esp. for beginners. For beginners, we need to slow down our pace and not to push students to hard. It's important for us to praise and enco
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Woodruff
The information in this unit is helpful for me, because it provides a look into the various tests people will want to take to test their English language skills. As an English teacher, I will need to
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Woodville
This unit does bring up a very interesting thing that I would assume lots of people don't think about because being a native speaker they never had a need to think about it. That is, the amount of whi
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Worcester
The unit describes the different types of testing that can be given to students. It also indicates when the tests should be given during the course.The placement test to place the student at the appro
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Worden
Unit 15 focuses on how to effectively use different types of tests to help teachers both evaluate students' level at the beginning and monitor students' progress throughout. Through placement test and
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Wrightstown
In this lesson it mostly talked about how reading and listening is a skill. When teaching the reading part, it basically you as teacher have to make it fun for everyone not what you might think is fun
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