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Rockland
This section gave a critically important lesson on how to teach the first lesson in a new class: as with many new teachers, that was my biggest fear, and I was hoping it would be covered in this secti
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Rolling
There are few special scenarios that a teacher should be prepared for. First is the first day of class. This day should be used to build a relationship with the students and get an understanding of th
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Rome
This unit was quick and brief. It was a good overview of what to do when I start new classes in April and the following semester. I thought this bit was useful “Usr role-play. Some students find it
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Roosevelt
I believe there is a lot of benefit from doing a Lesson Plan ahead. this unit helping me more understanding about being a teacher. besides I know the ITTT course students need to do their Lesson plan
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Rose
This unit dealt with modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs. These concepts in English are more advanced and should be taught carefully since they can be difficult for non-native speakers to understa
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Rosendale
The content in Unit 3 (Theories, Methods and Techniques) had an objective tone instead of subjective tone; basically, there are many ways to learn a language so long as results are being produced. The
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Ross
This unit highlighted just how tricky future tenses can be. Though the future tense has the four main forms like past and present tense (simple, perfect, continuous, perfect continuous), future tense
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Round Lake
Unit Five focused on classroom management by discussing methods of organizing and managing the class in a friendly relaxed manner, while maintaining discipline. It is interesting to learn the importa
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Roxbury
The content in Unit 6 (Past Tenses) explains the rules of form and usage of verbs for past time periods. There are simple and perfect forms, regular and irregular. I am now beginning to see the underl
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Royalton
It was helpful to be encouraged to be flexible when approaching a lesson plan, yet still adhering to a lesson plan. This balance, I believe, will be one to practice over and over, and will be differen
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Rubicon
This lesson covers ways course books and lesson material affect class. A good lesson book gives a balance of ideas, materials, and curriculum that allows a teacher to pull knowledge from and base less
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Ruby
Unit 9 introduces how to effectively draft a lesson plan through ESA teaching method. A good lesson plan should strike a balance between being structured and being spontaneous. It should start with a
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Rudolph
This unit dealt with conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences that contain an "if" clause and a main clause and refer to some kind of possibility (past, present or future). There
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Rush River
In this unit, we learnt two productive skills: speaking and writing. And the techenics acquired in this unit ralavent to speaking and wring are quite practical no matter as for a language learner or a
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Rushford
In this unit we will finish our look at English grammar. Please be aware that you will have only covered the essential basic grammar that is commonly taught in EFL. To cover the whole grammatical syst
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Rusk
first video was cringe worthy lol. my notes follow; stutters and uses odd gestures tells a student no doesn’t give good examples doesn’t rephrase when his students don’t speak repeats the same t
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Russell
This unit focused on the productive skills: speaking, and writing. It went over that accuracy should be taught during the study section of an ESA lesson and that fluency should be stressed during an a
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Rutland
This section was a very interesting topic which made me do outside research. Mainly the phonetics topic since it's been many years since I've seen it. This section, even as a native English speaker w
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Salem
This unit focused on the basics of classroom management. The techniques teachers use to manage classrooms wildly differ between teachers, but the basics remain the same: balance teacher and student ta
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Sampson
This unit gives excellent ideas and considerations for teaching some of the more difficult concepts in language teaching. I feel that the examples given on different lessons structures are useful guid
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Sanborn
The unit covers some common problems an Egmlish teacher may face during his/her work. There potential difficulties have their solutions, of course, but only with practise the teacher will get a proper
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Sand Creek
I have learnt the importance of structuring a lesson and making sure I have basic timing and phases of each part of the lesson. It is important to be organised, to make sure all resources needed a pr
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Sand Lake
In this lesson, we learned how to make a lesson plan. First, a lesson plan includes, we should keep it simple, and don't try to script the lesson, structure it and maintain the same structure, write
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Saratoga
This unit reviews variety of groups for teaching English. The unit categorizes beginners and goes over teaching beginners. The unit defines various types of beginners, and it provides some teaching ti
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Sarona
A brief but helpful unit in helping me to see the advantages and disadvantages of using a specific course book, the importance of creating,replacing, omitting and adapting materials so that every less
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Sauk
This until was very very useful as it helped me to distinguish between the different forms of the past tense. Specifically, the difference between the past continuous and the past perfect continuous t
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Saukville
Wow! This was a great lesson! I have never thought about the different parts of speech much, or the way our mouths work differently to make sounds. It was very interesting to read about the slight dif
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Saxeville
In this unit, we mainly talk about speaking and writing. They are two productive skills. Accuracy activities are concentrated on producing correct language. Such activities are usually controlled to
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Saxon
This unit goes over five main conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. For each conditional, it defines its form and usage. The
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Scandinavia
Unit 2 introduces the basic grammartical convention of English language: nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions/conjunctions. For many native English teachers, gr
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Schleswig
This was familiar information for myself since I have worked in classrooms for the past 16 years, so I am fortunate enough to be able to be aware of the many different types of teaching equipment that
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Schley
This unit was interesting. I enjoyed learning about different study aids and things that can be used to help teach students new vocabulary and grammar. I think one of my favorite methods of teaching n
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Schoepke
In this unit we learn Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. These items will be very difficult to teach to foreigners. Its mostly because the sentence structure appear to be incorrect English. F
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Schofield
Lesson planing can be a key tool for teaching. Having the ability to create a flexible plan to follow gives the teacher the option to have a plan to follow, always keeping in mind that changes might
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Scott
The content in Unit 17 (Equipment and Teaching Aids) provides ideas on how to make the classroom more exciting. The various means suggested to make teaching more effective are: the board, interactive
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Seif
Unit 3 introduecs a set of EFL teaching theories and methodlogies, particularly lesson planning centered on the ESA method - Engage, Study, Activate. A normal lesson typically starts with the Engage p
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Seneca
The way a teacher acts directly influences the students and their ability to learn. In the first video, the teacher in unempathetic and rushing causing the students to be warry about engaging fully wi
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Sevastopol
When faced with my first lesson, I hope that there are no onlookers and reluctant students in my class. However there are in reality and Teachers should deal with them. This unit gave me great tips t
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Seven Mile Creek
The content of this lesson was very deep and at times I got frustrated when I was just going through the pdf. For some of the places of articulation it would say "can you guess the other sound?" and I
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Seymour
This unit was varied in content and provided good insights for monolingual and multilingual English classrooms, as well as teaching young learners and teaching business English. I was particularly int
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Shanagolden
This unit touches on the different strategies of classroom management and the situations in which they may be appropriate. I found it very useful, particularly certain ideas that I have not considered
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Sharon
This unit covers the role of the teacher in the classroom and once again, emphasises the need to establish good rapport with the students. I think it is important to be firm but fair with your student
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Shawano
To teach new language especially vocabulary is very basic but important. Students usually need to know meaning, use, forms and patterns and differences between spoken and writtwn forms. Teachers must
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Sheboygan
This unit talks about intonation and stress, which can add a tone into our speaking. Phonemic alphabet is also discussed, so I can have an overall knowledge of it. But I think the most important in th
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Sheboygan Falls
Placement tests are given at the start of a course to determine the students level of English, so they can be placed in the appropriate class and/or so teachers can prepare material at an appropriate
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Shelby
It was interesting to learn about the ESA methodology in this unit. Engage, Study, Activate seems like a versatile system that can be adapted to a variety of class sizes and levels. I liked the exampl
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Sheldon
This unit has two videos that give a bad and good example of teaching the English language in the classroom setting. For one, it shows the attitude of the teacher and how it affects the students attit
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Shell Lake
In this lesson, I learned the future tenses. It includes the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going to, the present simple, the present conti
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Sheridan
This unit provided an broad review of the parts of speech in the English language, including nouns, adjectives, articles (definite and indefinite), verbs (transitive, intransitive,infinitive, and, au
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Sherman
The content in Unit 8 (Future Tenses) clarifies on the proper ways to apply tenses and ideas for future meanings based on specific situations. What's great about Unit 8 is the curators of this content
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