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Eldorado
Unit five discusses the various aspects of managing a classroom, to include classroom arrangement, manner of instruction, of dealing with behavioral problems. Building rapport with students can go a l
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Elk
This unit's focus is the available options to evaluate the level, progress, and proficiency of the English language. Assessment of students' English level can be done mainly through three different t
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Elk Grove
In this lesson, I learned how to teach pronunciation and phonology. Pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of English language teaching. Phonology is the study, science, analysis, and cla
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Elk Mound
This unit covered classroom management. It talked about the importance of eye contact, gesturing, and tone of voice, how to use them and how they each can impact a classroom greatly. When talking abou
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Elkhorn
In this unit we learned the different methods to alleviate certain problems we as teachers will run into. Those problems include new group settings where no one is familiar with each other, varying le
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Ellenboro
I feel another advantage to using authentic materials in the classroom, is that often language is taught at a much slower pace. A lot of records that go along with course books have the speakers speak
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Ellington
This has been a fascinating unit and has opened my eyes to how difficult learning pronunciation and phonology in English may be for some students. I think the key to learning Pronunciation and phonolo
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Ellsworth
I agree with one of the statements in the material that says that "many teachers are not in favor of formal testing as it is often more of a memory test than actual knowledge", however, I also know th
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Elroy
Not knowing the steps or the reason people might want to learn another language, this was interesting. It makes sense the different levels of learning and how different cultures learn different ways,
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Emerald
The contents of this unit included teacher roles. The ones I had found most important are manager in order to keep the class in control, organizer to make sure the activities go as planned, prompter
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Emery
As I previously stated on the past tense unit. I believe that, for us to be more certain as future teachers, we need clearer and specific ways to know the time frames; such as visual and graphic repre
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Emmet
This unit talks about receptive skills – reading and listening. While these skills can be learnt, the learning or teaching of these skills could present potential problems. The motive behind these s
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Empire
This video lesson compares two drastically different teaching styles, demonstrating the profound impact of teachers' attitude on how students absorb information in the classroom. In the first video, t
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Enterprise
It is important for the teachers to plan ahead so that the class runs smoothly. Writing down the activities and program of the day helps. It is important to keep things simple and not to script the le
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Erin
Unit 17 provides an overview of equipment and resources commonly employed in the classroom. It is important that teachers take time to familiarize themselves with the technology available to them, whe
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Erin Prairie
This unit discussed the many different elements that go into effective class management. Much thought and detail need to go into this due to the general diversity of class structures. The content of
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Estella
By examining the future tense throughout this unit, I learnt the major differences between future simple, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous. This unit also brought to the
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Ettrick
This unit dealt with the future tenses used in English. Future tenses can have 7 common tenses that are used to express the future, including: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future
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Eureka
I never knew or maybe I was forgot that future tense actually has lots of form, it is so interesting to me and I definitely will reviewing all sentences unit, I believe it'll really help me not only f
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Evansville
This Unit was very informative of the different dtructures that a teacher will have to adhere to in order to have a productive and informative class. The idea that teaching vocabulary has to be approa
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Evergreen
I find it interesting that productive and receptive skills, although similar, are developed so individually. For example, some people find receptive skills are much easier to develop, while others fi
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Excelsior
As I started this Unit I felt nearly overwhelmed, the different forms just weren't making sense and I decided to leave it for a bit and go do something else and come back later. On my return, I felt c
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Exeter
This Unit is titled Video Lessons, it contains two videos of two different lessons, one of which is effective and the other much less so. In the ineffective lesson the problem was how the teacher appr
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Fairbanks
The videos were really good. I noticed immediately in the first one that the teacher did not give any explanations and just went right into the class asking questions and expecting the students to und
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Fairchild
This unit spoke to the various equipment teaching aid used in the teaching/learning process. While there are many different teaching aids which can help make lessons more interesting and effective, I
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Fairfield
Grammar is always a difficult subject to understand as an English speaker, let alone teach to non-English speakers. Past tense is one of the easier things to explain, because the majority of times a p
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Farmington
This unit is intended to assist teachers in making good choices when it comes to vocabulary when to teaching English as a foreign language. Making sure to keep certain things in mind when introducing
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Fayette
This unit discusses modal verbs, passive voice and phrasal verbs. For modal verbs, we have a very clear table which shows usages of all modal verbs. We can also learn to adjust the modal verbs' forms
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Fence
Modals add extra meaning and nuance to a verb. These are used to express things like absolute need, ability, and advice. Many modals can modify the meaning of a verb in different ways, such as the mod
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Fennimore
Teaching the uses of the modals and the degree of certainty for particular ones will require games in class to help solidify an understanding. The teacher may use an "energy bar" during the course of
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Fern
In this unit we learn about lesson planning which is essential to the organization of a class. Even thought the plan is not scripted you are still left with a flexible out line to the class of the da
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Fifield
Studying two lessons with the same teacher and the same class with different approaches and outcomes is very interesting. It is obvious to me that what the teacher puts in he/she gets out. The fact th
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Finley
Wow! This is the end point of the course.Thank you Jesus! Thank you so much ITTT for the chance to go through this successfully. This unit focuses on the difficulties that the teacher might face when
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Fitchburg
In this unit it talks about how to check if the students are doing well throughout the course. It help to let us know what kind of test or how to evaluate the students. They are very useful because yo
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Flambeau
This unit covered the teaching of different groups of learners. I have been teaching a monolingual group of only one or two learners and so it was interesting to see how some of the ideas in the cours
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Florence
I was put at ease by the knowledge that it is not expected to know all grammar by heart and I understand that to preserve my students’ respect and confidence in my skills, I need to be able to have
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Fond du Lac
This unit was incredibly helpful to go over the specifics of the different aspects of the English language we will be presented with. I especially appreciated the different factors that must go into t
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Ford
This unit dealt with trouble shooting some common problems and had some very practical and useful solutions. Thank you. On finishing the course I feel that I have more knowledge of English grammar
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Forest
This unit went over the parts of speech in English. The different parts of a sentence were reviewed. Each description explained the different types of words that make up a sentence, their meaning, and
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Forestville
Teaching a new language Vocabulary, grammar, and functions Students need four primary things in order to learn a new language: exposure, understanding of its meaning, understanding of how it is cons
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Fort Atkinson
This unit is about the two productive skills: speaking and writing. What stood out to me the most were the differing yet complementary concepts of accuracy and fluency-based activities. Both are nee
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Fort Winnebago
This unit was helpful for me to imagine the potential problems I may face in a classroom. Without this unit, I would be so excited to create the perfect first lesson, full of activities for learning,
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Foster
This unit focused on teaching new language, including vocabulary, grammar, and language function. First and foremost, it is important for a student to be exposed to, practice/produce, and understand t
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Fountain
In this unit, we talked about future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous and going to future. I think the differences between future simple and going to future are imp
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Fountain City
In this unit I learned about grammar, in this case about modals who are: can, could, may, might, sall,should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn´t to and ought to. Modals can be
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Fountain Prairie
The future tense is the most complicate areas of the English language because it uses many different tenses and ideas in the future meanings. In the future simple the structure is : Subject+ will+ be+
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Fox Lake
This unit deals with Audio Visual techniques through two video clips whereby the teachers are made to watch two methods of classroom teaching techniques by the same teacher dealing with the same stud
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Frankfort
The unit focused on the qualities and roles of good teachers and also on the motivations and levels of students. Teachers should be able to switch between being the center of a classroom and a fly on
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Franklin
I feel it would be easy to make the same mistakes as the teacher in the first lesson, whether it be because of a lack of confidence or lack of planning. However, observing the lesson helps me reflect
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Franzen
The content in Unit 20 (Troubleshooting) act as a set of guidelines for any potential hindrances, be they weak students, lack of harmony, large classrooms. As opposed to looking for reasons to project
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