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Afghanistan
When speaking with other people in regards to future plans, it is very import to make sure that you speaking to that person correctly, in order to prevent confusion. The different future tenses can be
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Albania
Teaching young students is completely different that teaching adults or business learners. Each groups has a specific reason to Study English. Business learners are there for a job, or college reasons
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Algeria
While creating a comprehensive and understandable summary of the important factors surrounding lesson planning, as well as providing a number of excellent examples and templates to develop them on one
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Angola
It is important to be prepared and adaptable to the students needs.Understanding basic tendency of how children versus adults learn, helps the teacher to be flexible and prepared to successfully teach
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Argentina
This unit has taught me that making use of authentic and created materials have their own advantages and disadvantages. Using authentic materials will speak to the intrests of your class and promote c
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Armenia
In this unit I have learnt about lesson planning and the importance of having structure to your lessons. A plan needs to be flexible enough to allow for spontaneity and interruptions during the classr
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Australia
In unit 8 we learnt about Productive skills. These are speaking and writing. Students need to be able to speak the language well to develop fluency. Using activities in the class helps to develop voca
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Austria
Ubit 15 talks about evaluating and testing students. From this part of the course I can learn more about ways to assess a student language levels such as: tutorials, evaluations by the students and te
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Azerbaijan
Unit 20 is a very important part of the course, I can learn more about troubleshooting. I can get some ideas how to react on common problems during teaching. Unit introduces two categories of classes
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Bahamas
This unit was about lesson planning. There are many things that should be included in a lesson plan. The first is the learners objective. This is what you want the students to be able to do by the end
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Bahrain
In this unit I have learned how to test a students ability before starting the class. I have looked at some examples of placement tests and how these would work in the classroom. I think it is importa
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Bangladesh
Unit 11 was about teaching receptive skills. It is always important to keep the students' interests in mind, reinforcing the idea that it is imperative to get to know your students and create a relati
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Belarus
I have learned the names of different methods and techniques of language teaching. I have also realized that in order to have a successful lesson, it is best to combine all of them, when possible, so
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Belgium
Unit 18 taught myself a great deal of grammar, especially in terms of understanding modal auxiliary verbs and how they are used correctly in expressions. The basic rules of those modals gave me a grea
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Benin
There are four basic skills in any language: reading and listening (receptive skills) and speaking and writing (productive skills)and all are equally important. We read and listen for two reasons or w
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Bhutan
This unit describes different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress. It is very useful to know what different evaluation tests there are so that we can decide which one(s)to use depending o
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Bolivia
The unit clearly defined the roles of teachers and students. It also outlined the characteristics of a good teacher and what should teachers do in class to be more engaging. It also gives reasons why
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Unit 11 was about the basic skills in language - receptive and listening skills. The other two skills are productive skills - speaking and writing. They are all equally important. The big take away fo
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Botswana
Unit 18 was about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice in grammar. There are many modal auxiliary verbs. They are used to express a number of different ideas, such as: obligation, possibility/proba
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Brazil
This chapter focused on the subject of lesson planning. It explored the reasons why teachers need to plan their lessons, how to produce an effective lesson plan with time allocation according to each
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Bulgaria
This unit went over the two productive aspects of learning, speaking and writing. Now for each aspect there are different aspects for the teacher to keep in mind when instructing and working with stu
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Burkina Faso
When I had to learn French this was the hardest part of it all, the pronunciation and phonetics of the language. Most of what my class taught wasn't enough and I had to supplement with outside interac
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Burundi
Unit 17 presented the myriad of tools that can be used in the classroom to aid the teacher in the classroom. I feel like I have a good grasp on the ways these tools are used effectively and appropriat
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Cambodia
I liked the overview of the different language learning methods and how they've phased in and out throughout the years; it's plain to see that I presently use a mix of many of them. Balancing praise a
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Cameroon
It was so painful to watch the first video! He just walked in and began talking AT the students, without engaging them! And he mumbled! Also, teaching while barefoot....maybe it's culturally appropria
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Canada
We usually meet students who have have got good grammar but struggling to write and sometimes it's the other way around. I believe in language learning we need to try our best to make both reading and
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Cape Verde
This unit teaches the role of teacher and student and how the teacher should handle students on a basic level. It teaches qualities of a good teacher and a good student, and how the teacher can encour
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Central African Republic
This unit talks about Modals, Active and Passive voice. Modals auxiliary verbs express the speakers feelings and attitude. Examples are might, can, must etc. They are used to express a number of diffe
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Chad
This unit classifies teaching into special groups; beginners, individuals, young learner, business english and monolingual vs multilingual In this unit, the methods, technique, possible problems and m
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Chile
This unit talks about some of the problem situation that teachers can encounter in the classroom and also suggests ways of dealing with them. I learnt that in the first lesson the teacher tries to est
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China
During this unit - The same lesson, taught twice, it was interesting to see the difference in the videos and how prepared teachers are for the class will guide the participation of the students. Duri
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Colombia
Writing might be one of the most neglected skill compared to other language skills, not many students are interested into writing as much as they're interested into speaking. Student who is fluent in
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Costa Rica
This unit taught me the different lesson structures and methodologies I can employ when teaching English. While I have always adhered to PPP, this unit helped me realize that variations to PPP can be
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Croatia
This unit is about preparing a lesson plan and the contents of a good lesson plan. I learned that, in preparing a good lesson plan, it is quite important to establish a clear goal for the lesson (less
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Cuba
As a child grows, two important skills he develops are listening and reading. Listening skills appear first, as a child learns to speak by imitating the sounds of the people around him. In general, in
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Cyprus
This unit has taught me the fundamentals of assessing english learning. It has given me insight into the different ways a student can be assessed and the usefullness of each specific test. The carryin
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Czech Republic
Teacher should give more exercise in the class for student to improve their receptive and productive skill for eg. Receptive Skill to read on the subject which the student prefer and write up some not
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Democratic Republic of the Congo
In this unit I have learned the importance of using appropriate materials in classroom. I used to think that following a course book is the only way to teach language effectively, but this unit has op
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Denmark
The unit was so informative and tricky at the same time. I've never paid attention that when we use the word 'if in our speech we are basically setting a condition and a certain consequences to our l
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Djibouti
I learnt that it is not important to have a course book in the first lesson, the first lesson's purpose is to know your student, check their level and be able to plan for future lessons. This made a h
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Dominican Republic
This unit is consisted with the practical lessons,1st lesson is complete with errors of the teacher and 2nd lesson is the lesson of the teacher who has correct attitude. Understanding the difference b
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Ecuador
This is the unit of course book and lesson materials. I could go through what are authentic materials and created materials, how to refer a course book for children and how to choose a course book for
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Egypt
this unti covers teaching more specialized group: taching beginners, teaching individual students, taching children, business english/english for specific purposes, the monolingual and the multilingua
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El Salvador
Unit 20 covered the potential problem situations that a teacher may find themselves in. This Unit broke down the problems that are likely to arise in large classes, when students use their native lang
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England
In this lesson I've learned that there are many different methodologies in teaching. But from these methodologies, most people can agree that students need a lot of exposure to the language. I've also
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Equatorial Guinea
At the end of the lesson i learnt about the various types of classes,but i was more interested in the beginners class.The different types of beginners include the absolute beginners,false beginners,ad
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Eritrea
I got to understand that a teacher will be faced with meeting a number of new classees for the first time.These classess are vital for the teacher to establish rapport with students.Such classess can
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Estonia
The attitude that a teacher brings into class and the rapport built with the students will affect the learning effectiveness. If the teacher comes in the class with the objective of only completing hi
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Ethiopia
In this unit, I've learned that vocabulary is very important to the student so that they may form basic sentence structure and eventually use grammar. I also learned that many new students learning a
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Fiji
Many of the issues raised by a communicative teaching methodology are still relevant today, though teachers who are relatively new to the profession may not be familiar with them. The new teaching met
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