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Abaetetuba
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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Alagoinhas
This unit took form of observations. Generally, as I observed having to take note of why the students may have found the lesson difficult, particularly focusing on things such as the teacher’s atti
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Alvorada
As suggested by the unit title - it focused on receptive skills: reading and listening. It highlighted why he listen or read, namely being for a specific purpose or for entertainment and how to struct
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Americana
This unit touched on teaching productive skills: writing and speaking, both with the main purpose of communication. With regard to the skill of writing, it specifically highlighted the sub-skills of h
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Ananindeua
The subject covered in this unit relate to the area of pronunciation. It examined the International Phonetic Alphabet and the ways in which it can be used to help teachers and students. It also covere
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Anapolis
The unit video focused on a wide range of issues related to the materials and teaching aids that a teacher can use to help them present an effective lesson in the English language classroom. The video
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Aparecida de Goiania
This unit deals with the ways in which a teacher may evaluate students’ levels and progress. It examines the different types of tests a teacher may be expected to set for students during their care
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Apucarana
This unit contains two important grammar subjects that are commonly taught in the English language classroom. It clearly explains the structures and usages of the five conditionals that are covered, a
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Aracaju
This unit basically reviewed and gave additional information on equipment and teaching aids within the modern day classroom. There were common tips, contexts and examples that could be used, advantage
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Aracatuba
This unit explores two other grammar points in teaching within an English language classroom. Firstly, the subject of modal auxiliary verbs, including their usages, ideas for presenting them in the cl
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Araguaina
This unit covers the different types of language teaching that are common around the world. It highlights the difference in style and approach that a teacher might adopt when teaching individual stude
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Arapiraca
The unit entitled 'Troubleshooting' basically encompassed difficulties that can be faced within a classroom and their relative solutions. The common problem situations varied from teaching and encount
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Araraquara
This Unit refreshed me of the different types of Future Tenses. Just like with the other former tenses mentioned, future tenses have also that kind of form similar to the previous ones; however, these
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Araras
This unit talks about Lesson Planning using the ESA way. I have noticed that the terms used are different but they are almost the same with Engage as in Warm Up, Study as in Presentation and Practice
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Atibaia
This unit enlightens me of the things to do and not to do in teaching. Pointing as a form of gesture is not really a good way to call somebody's attention. Smiling is also for me one of the best ways
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Barbacena
This Unit covers how to teach receptive skills and I appreciate the way the lessons and examples were presented. The patchwork way is quite confusing but it is a good way to present like some literary
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Barra Mansa
This Unit presents the different ways on how to teach productive skills which include speaking and writing. I have learned that accuracy and fluency are different from each other and that they both ne
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Barreiras
In this Unit, I was reviewed with intonation and with the importance of IPA. Teaching students the intonation pattern s is very important for them to easily convey and understand the meaning of the En
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Barretos
In this Unit, I learned the advantages and disadvantages of using coursebooks and lesson materials. I also learned how and when are we going to use authentic and non-authentic learning materials to ma
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Barueri
This Unit discussed the Evaluation and testing of the students in the English language. I learned that there are ways to assess a student's language and these are by tutorials, evaluation by the stude
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Bauru
This Unit discussed conditionals and reported speech. As a review, there are five conditionals which include zero conditional which is used for undeniable and unquestionable facts; the next one is fir
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Belem
This Unit discussed equipment and teaching aids. I have learned the pros and cons and how to use the different teaching pieces of equipment which are usually used; the board, interactive whiteboards,
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Belford Roxo
This Unit discussed the different functions of modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Actually, I am impressed with the presentation of each topic. The topics are explained in very simple ways and
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Belo Horizonte
This Unit discussed how to teach the different groups of students. Teaching English for both Young Learners and Business Clients take different strategies. As teachers, we should be aware that the mot
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Betim
The last unit discussed the common problems that an EFL teacher may encounter and also the suggestions on how to start the lesson especially during the first day of the class. This unit also covers wa
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Blumenau
Unit 7 is short but important as it shifts the focus to the students and demonstrates how teachers can structure the lessons to improve the students' reading and listening skills. First, I learned the
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Boa Vista
Unit 9 covered lesson planning. While the Unit insisted that lesson planning must remain flexible, it explained the practical purposes of planning as an aid, a working document and a record. The Unit
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Botucatu
In this unit, the two videos exemplified different practices and attitudes in teaching English as a second language. The professor's attitude shifts from somewhat blasé and impatient in the first vid
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Brasilia
This unit focused on teaching receptive skills, namely reading and listening. These skills are integral to learning English, as they are essential to understanding vocabulary, grammar, and other tools
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Cabo de Santo Agostinho
This unit covered teaching productive skills, (writing and speaking). The unit differentiated fluency activities and accuracy activities; the former focuses on allowing students to speak and practice
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Cabo Frio
This unit focused on teaching pronunciation and phonology, which are some of the most difficult and neglected skills to teach in ESL. The pronunciation section focused on intonation, (variation in vol
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Cachoeirinha
This unit covered coursebooks and lesson materials. The unit mentioned factors to consider in determining whether to utilize a coursebook and emphasized the importance of supplementing that book with
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Cachoeiro de Itapemirim
This short unit focused on Evaluation and Testing. The unit differentiated between different types of tests, from placement tests to diagnostic tests to progress tests to practice tests and external e
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Camacari
Unit twenty covered Conditionals and Reported Speech, two tricky topics involving plenty of grammatical rules. Conditionals involve 'if' statements and take five forms (zero conditional, first, second
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Camaragibe
Unit 20 covers Equipment and Teaching Aids, including whiteboards, IWBs, OHPs, visual aids, worksheets and work cards, cassette recorders, CD players, DVDs and videos, video cameras, dictionaries, cou
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Campina Grande
Unit eighteen focused on modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modals come before other verbs to add meaning and include can, may, might, should, shall, would, could, etc. They are used to convey o
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Campinas
Unit nineteen covers teaching special groups, namely beginners, children, individuals in a one-to-one setting, and "Business English" students. Each special group benefits from specialized methodologi
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Campo Grande
The final unit covers troubleshooting common difficulties in an EFL class. It is beneficial not to introduce coursebook material in the first lesson, but rather to establish rapport and learn about th
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Campos dos Goytacazes
In this unit the usage of materials were being discussed. The difference between authentic and created materials were discussed. It was also stated that as teachers, we should not solely rely on cours
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Canoas
This unit introduced different tests of english learning, it gives me a brief idea of how to design tests and what is the objective behind of each test. This lesson also gives me a brief idea of basic
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Carapicuiba
Video 1: Student participation was extremely poor. The instructor did not provide clarity regarding questions. Therefore students appeared confused and intimidated. Instructor did not motivate or e
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Cariacica
Teacher's personality and reflection on the relationship between the teacher and the students are the keys to become successful in teaching. Teachers have to be aware of becoming what kinds of roles i
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Caruaru
ESA is a very useful guideline both for teaching in an actual class or preparing a lesson plan. ESA is also quite useful for new teachers to follow in order to have a good lesson structure. E stands f
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Cascavel
Good use of eye contact , gesture, and the voice are extremely important in teaching. Grouping students in different ways have pros and cons. Whole-class grouping is easy and allows students to intera
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Castanhal
Pronunciation is one area of teaching which is often neglected, because it is perceived to be difficult. it is an area in which students need guidance. English is not a phonetic language, which means
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Catanduva
Teaching a new language consists 3 major parts: Vocabulary, grammar and functions. When teaching Vocabulary, we could use the "straight-arrow" ESA method; when teaching grammar for clarity, we are lik
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Caucaia
This unit provided a concise understanding of authentic materials and created materials. The teacher must understand how to use the two interchangeably when teaching. Authentic materials are not good
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Caxias
Usually, there are 4 kinds of basic skills in any language as we know, which are listening, speaking, reading and writing. For this unit, I learnt about the receptive skills, which are listening and r
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Caxias do Sul
In this lesson, it presents how a class can be so different and has different effectiveness when the same teacher uses different techniques and attitudes to teach the same lesson to the same class. I
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Chapeco
In this unit, I have learnt about the other important part of English language learning, the productive skills part. In productive skills sets, there are speaking and writing, which are equally import
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