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Finland
The content for the unit included a discussion of roles to be played by the instructor as well as several descriptions of levels of learning proficiency. In addition, the unit discussed the potential
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France
A nice unit to finish off grammar and an easier to understand explanation for obligation, possibilities, permission, ability and advice. Much easier when spoken of course and can understand the diffic
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French Guiana
This unit was very interesting and important at the same time, as it gave complete idea about how to deal with different groups of learners. We got to know that there are specific methods and techniqu
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Gabon
The unit covered the most common problem situations that teachers can face while teaching and some effective ways how to deal with them. The most common problematic situations occur during first less
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Gambia
In this unit we learned many technical concepts about methodologies and techniques. I feel a little overwhelmed with the amount of information and worried I won't be able to remember all the names and
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Georgia
Unit 11 explained the importance in the basic skills for language learning, though concentrating only on the receptive skill, that is reading and listening. two specific reasons for reading and liste
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Germany
This Unit has shown me the different ways to assess a student's language level, through Tutorials, Evaluation by the Student and Tests. With regards to Tests, all different types and the purpose of ea
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Ghana
teaching productive skills unit if very thoughtful. it help teachers understand the differences between receptive and productive skills and how to prepare lesson plans based on that. speaking and writ
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Greece
This TEFL unit provides an overview of what are important qualities to be a good teacher, a good learner, what kinds of students are likely to be motivated or not motivated, what some of the challenge
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Guatemala
Some of the questions were very subjective because there are many ways to interpret some of the content in the videos. For example being bored or not interested or just having poor listening skills is
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Guinea
Unit 8 details the two "Productive" language skills; speaking and writing, discusses the differences between them and how to teach English learners how to improve their English speaking and writing sk
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Guinea-Bissau
Unit 9 discusses "Authentic" and "Created" materials--when one or the other may be preferred. It also gives examples of each type of material. The unit details the advantages and disadvantages of cou
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Guyana
Unit 10 details various types of testing and evaluation tools designed for use at the outset of a course in order to place students into groups of similarly-skilled classmates, prepare for external e
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Haiti
According to the Unit 1 of the course, being a teacher has a lot to do with being a mentor and role model for the students. In order to establish effective and sane relationships within a class, a tea
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Honduras
This unit talks about the receptive skills and the reasons and motives for reading and listening. It also teaches us about how to choose topics and the considerations for a class and why it is importa
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Hong Kong
This was probably the most difficult unit for me yet. There were a lot of good points brought up in the unit. I learned a lot about why certain syllables are stress and how native speakers effectively
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Hungary
This unit taught me the significant differences between the different types of materials. Previously I did not know that there was a difference between authentic and created materials. While I have us
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Iceland
To ensure a good quality year, semester, etc, you must start the class of right. This unit is about how you as the instructor will maintain your classroom and encourage your students to give the best
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India
Grammar vocabulary and functions, all these come in to play to teach the students a new language in a balanced and manageable way like it says in unit 4. Vocabulary is one of the most important thing
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Indonesia
These 2 videos were EXTREMELY important for understanding how a teacher can manage the same lesson in the same group with such a huge difference. It clerarly shows how much just the attitude of a teac
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Iran
This unit introduces us to such complex grammatical units as modal verbs, voices, clauses and phrasal verbs. These grammar aspects are challenging for most students up to the Intermediate level of Eng
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Iraq
Unit 7 focuses on teaching receptive skills giving a brief introduction into both receptive (reading and listening) and productive skills (writing and speech) with the focus in this particular unit be
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Ireland
I have learned about different ways of reading, and reading skills. What is important about the different ways and how to address it to the students. Reading and listening are the receptive skills, o
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Israel
In unit 10 I have read about evaluating students, and different way to do it. It states a lot about different tests used for different purposes. All from beginners level to people who tent to move to
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Italy
Insightful and a very good reflection on the various students and class levels one will encounter in real teaching situations. Often we tend to just accept that students comprehend the meaning of what
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Ivory Coast
*The modal verbs: include can, could, may, might, shall, , should, must, have to, have got to, need to and ought to. They are used with other verbs to express ability, obligation, possibility, and so
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Jamaica
I have learned that there are many different dimensions and aspects of a teacher and a learner. The level of the student can vary from age and cultural interaction to english speakers, while the diffe
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Japan
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Jordan
Large classes can be a struggle for teachers, especially when there are different language abilities in one class. Some students are very shy or don’t have confidence in their English abilities,
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Kazakhstan
This unit was based specifically on the materials necessary for teachers which are crucial for the correct teaching of the English language. It is very important for the teacher to know exactly which
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Kenya
This unit explores different types of equipment and their uses to help engage students. Whiteboards are an essential part of any lesson as they visualise what is being said and help the students conce
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Kuwait
Unit thirteen broaches aspects of pronunciation and phonology in English language teaching, thereby addressing what for me has always been the greatest challenge in learning foreign languages (particu
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Kyrgyzstan
Unit fourteen addresses the "pros and cons" of the use of course books in English language teaching, stressing that although they can be very useful, the teacher will often need to create supplementar
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Laos
Unit sixteen addresses the appropriate grammatical forms of conditional sentences and reported speech. Conditional sentences have two related clauses: the "if" clause contains a condition that must b
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Latvia
Unit seventeen introduces equipment and resources that can make lessons more interesting. effective and innovative. Appropriate usage, including comparative advantages and disadvantages, is discussed
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Lebanon
Unit twenty, the final unit of the course, addresses some common problem situations. Teachers should be supportive and encouraging but never lose sight of their basic educational purpose. First les
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Lesotho
This unit has been beneficial to my understanding of the importance of listening and reading as the receptive skills, and how these skills are just as vital and need just as much attention as the more
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Liberia
This unit has been useful because it has taught me how the speaking and writing skills are broken down into key skills such as accuracy, fluency, penmanship and spelling/punctuation. Once again, seein
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Libya
This unit has taught me the difference between authentic and inauthentic materials, and the advantages and disadvantages of each in ESL lessons. It has made me think about how authentic materials can
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Lithuania
From this unit, I have learned the different kinds of modal verb and how they may be used in a sentence. I have also learned about the active vs passive voice in a sentence, and how they may be used t
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Luxembourg
This unit explains the system of teaching pronunciation called phonology. It uses special symbols to represent individual sound, used to make up English words. These definitions of the following words
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Macau
This unit examines course books and lesson materials. They can be classified as authentic - written for native speakers, and non-authentic - written for learners of English. This type can be: publishe
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Macedonia
This unit examines the different ways of evaluating students' language skills: tutorials, evaluation by students, tests. There is a wide variety of tests that can be used before, during and at the end
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Madagascar
This unit explains the different forms of the conditional and how to teach them effectively in the classroom. The conditional is the way we speak about possibilities or probabilities. The first con
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Malawi
This unit covers the various kinds of teaching equipment and aids available. These include boards, overhead projectors, visual aids, worksheets, audio (cds) and video players (dvds), video cameras, di
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Malaysia
This unit analyses the different types of English classes. These include beginners, false beginners, adults, children, and beginners without Roman alphabet. Each group has special needs and challenges
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Mali
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Martinique
I have learnt about the characteristics that make a good teacher and how best to use these in a classroom/ teaching environment. I have also learnt about how to categories students according to their
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Mauritania
I have collected essentials from this course which now allow me to understand the follow below. what makes a good teacher? *being fair *knowledge of the subject they are teaching *and motivating the s
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Mauritius
In this unit, I learnt the different challenges that may face EFL teachers. IT was very helpful knowing these challenges because being aware of these challenges will allow you to implement steps to ea
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