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Mexico
This unit tackled different ways on how to evaluate students' levels and progress. There are three ways to do it namely tutorials, evaluation by the students, and tests. Tests were discussed more in-d
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Moldova
This three part unit was different in that it addressed the competing modes of communication in a classroom. Many of my experiences have been with teaching speech, while the head teacher mainly lets w
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Monaco
Material use in the classroom is important to move students from beginners with created materials to an intermediate level with authentic materials. Comfort of created materials allows for more shy st
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Mongolia
The video unit was very interesting. The unit provided two videos of an ESL lesson with very different vibes. The first showed a seemingly unprepared instructor who mumbled through much of the lesson
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Montenegro
As a native speaker this is a topic that usually comes through experience and is rarely concentrated on consciously. Conditionals in my mind were always an "if...then..." and clearly that is not the c
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Morocco
The different teaching aids are highly useful in the classroom for a multitude of reasons. Each different resource offers unique advantages and disadvantages that a teacher can use for students' lear
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Mozambique
Speaking and writing are 2 essential elements in language. Speaking is the most common way of expressing ourselves to others. Writing on the other hand is also a way of expressing ideas and informatio
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Myanmar
Materials of any kind are useful in the classroom, the only difference is that some materials work better in certain conditions. Authentic materials are more focused on the real life scenarios. It dev
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Namibia
Every type of teaching has their own set of difficulties. No matter who the students are, there will be barriers, miscommunications, and problems that the teacher will face. It is why it is important
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Nepal
Unit 15 provided an overview of the various types of tests within the ESL community. Before starting an ESL course, students are likely to take a placement test or diagnostic test. The placement test
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Netherlands
In this unit, we have learned how to evaluate and test students. We have learned how to assess a student's language level including tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Besides, we have le
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New Zealand
This unit has dealt with the subject of books and materials. It covered the difference between authentic and created materials, along with their advantages and disadvantages. It also had an extensive
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Nicaragua
Speaking and Writing, isn't it the ultimate goal for most of the English learner in the world? I think this part of the teaching is fairly important as this will reflect what the students had learned
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Niger
Unit 16 covered a more complex grammar points in English language learning, modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. These grammar points will be easier to teach, I believe, once a student has es
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Nigeria
Unit 20 buttoned up the course as a whole very nicely. It answered questions and gave solutions to things ESL teachers consider such as how to go about teaching a first class lesson versus an existing
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North Korea
This is the final unit which teaches us the common situation problems that we are likely to encounter as teacher of English language to learners especially when it comes to our first lesson which we w
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Norway
I found the lesson (Equipment and teaching aids) was very useful for me, especially online resources. And, finally I got what I need. Teaching equipments contain quite enough things, such as boards, I
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Oman
this unit is of great importance because it explains in depth the importance relevance and shortcomings of the teaching aids teachers use such as: OHP, visual aids, videos, cds, dictionaries, courseb
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Pakistan
This unit introduced me to the concept of ESA, and how to structure lessons within this framework. It gave me a lot of good methods for successfully implementing the different phases of ESA and when t
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Palestine
in this unit i learned about equipments and teaching aids . i learned some of the resources often found in classroom and study centers. the resources that i learned are: white/black board , video came
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Panama
in this unit i learned how to teach special groups. i learned how to teach english to beginners, individual students, children and english to business people. i learned also what monolingual and multi
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Papua New Guinea
Unit 13 focuses on pronunciation and phonology in the classroom. This is broken down into the intonation and the stress that English words and phrases carry. Intonation reveals the intention of a sent
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Paraguay
Unit 14 focuses on the complex topic of selecting the right coursebook and lesson materials for each classroom. Just as many other factors in a lesson, it is important to carefully select which course
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Peru
Unit 17 provides an overview of common teaching equipment that can be used in the classroom. Including a variety of teaching aids in class helps keep lesson interesting as well as adding variety. This
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Philippines
This unit was a little challenging especially memorizing the International Phonetic Alphabet. I also did not enjoy the diagram of the mouth though it was necessary in understanding the place of articu
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Poland
Trouble shooting for a class can help a teacher engage all students regardless of their speed at which they are learning the days materials as well as set up a new classroom dynamic for a teaching sta
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Portugal
In this unit, I learned about the different varieties of students I might be teaching, and the different ways I can adapt my teaching methods to fit their needs. In teaching beginners, it is important
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Puerto Rico
This is the last unit of the course. I put down some ideas in my notebook. Firstly,the plan of the first lessons. For example, we can play ,let us talk about game, or toss the ball. Another idea is qu
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Qatar
Wow...the dreaded explanation of the tenses. Having already done some business English coaching in Moscow, I fully understand how non-native English speakers have problems with the tenses. This has b
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Republic of the Congo
A very interesting unit on classroom management, and having worked in sales, and also coaching, a lot of things here were familiar to me, but there were also some more "teaching specific" ideas that a
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Reunion
This lesson was quite confusing for me, so it took me a little while to understand. The hardest part of this lesson was figuring out how to read the phonetic script. After this lesson, I can see that
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Romania
Having done some business English coaching already here in Moscow, a lot of this unit seems like common sense to me, but there were one or two good things that I picked up, with regard to appropriacy,
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Runion
It was interesting to read about the various methods used to teach English. Of course, I agreed with some more than others based on my own, personal teaching philosophy. For me, it is also better to c
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Russia
Honestly, I am a native speaker of English and had never learned about tenses before this unit. I was really surprised that there were so many present tenses, even though these are things I use natura
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Rwanda
This grammar can be very challenging to teach and I think there needs to more suggestions on how we can teach something like this effectively instead of simply telling us the rules. I even think the r
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Saudi Arabia
I really enjoyed reading this unit! It really shows the different populations you can give back to and assist with their English ability! It really made me think deeply about the students and people t
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Senegal
I have Understood that, in grammar, before you use the phrasal verb and passive voice you have to first understand the meaning. The passive voice describes a verb being happened to the subject of the
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Serbia
This unit looks at such special groups of learners as beginners, individuals, young learners, monolingual and multilingual and a group of business learners. It examines each of these categories and gi
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Sierra Leone
As a future teacher of English, it is my responsibility to ensure that students are able to learn and grasp concepts with ease. To achieve success in the classroom, students have to be motivated. If l
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Singapore
This module on Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive voice is an extremely complicated one with rules that are confusing. It teaches the rules and placements of prepositions and other aspects of grammar i
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Slovakia
As a soon to be teacher of English, I was always under the impression that the TEFL course material only prepares one to be a teacher within a classroom. After studying this module, it has broadened m
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Slovenia
This unit discussed the use of coursebook in an English language classroom, and the different materials a teacher can use in the class. I learned about the criteria that makes a coursebook effective a
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Somalia
This unit was about conditionals and reported speech. I learned about the 5 main types of conditionals and their usages, structures, and patterns. I also learned about reported speech and how often wh
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South Africa
Unit 7 has helped to answer some of the questions and concerns that o had , when it comes to teaching vocabulary, grammar,and language structure. I am feeling more confident as a new EFL teacher with
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South Korea
Materials used for teaching are classified into two categories: 1) Authentic materials such as newspapers, magazines, poems, menus, movies, brochures, and songs. These materials give students confide
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South Sudan
Very difficult unit, because of information in PDF-doc. The material is quite interesting, but it very difficult for me to give the correct answer to the question. For example, I can chose two variant
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Spain
In this unit I have learnt that the future is one of the complex areas of the English language. There are the seven most common future tenses, like the future simple, the future continuous, the future
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Sri Lanka
This has been a wonderful lesson where you learn about the different types of classes that I may have with my students. It has been very helpful to define multi-lingual verses the monolingual classes
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Sudan
Unit 17 was about teaching aids. There are several ways to deliver information to the students. There are CDs, DVDs, projectors, smart boards, white boards, card, black boards, posters, worksheets, vi
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Suriname
This shorter lesson looked at the use of materials for teaching in class. It looked primarily at three types of materials: textbooks, teacher created material and real world material. While textbook
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