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Codo
Unit 16: Conditionals & Reported Speech outlines the structure and use of conditions. Unit 16: Conditionals & Reported Speech provided details about when reported speech is used and the changes that
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Colatina
Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids This unit explores the wide variety of resources that a teacher can use in the classroom. We look at the materials and technologies that are available and how to
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Colombo
Learning Experience:Unit 18: Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice This unit provided a concise understanding of grammar using modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice.
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Contagem
Learning Experience:Unit 18: Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice This unit provided a concise understanding of grammar using modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Information provided i.e. cha
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Cotia
Unit 19: Teaching Special Groups: My preference is teaching a multilingual class. the biggest objection of a monolingual class is that students can easily communicate between themselves in their nativ
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Crato
Unit 20: Troubleshooting: This course taught practical knowledge on how to teach a class in a systematic way. How to classify your students, how to properly use the material. What material is the righ
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Criciuma
This chapter was very interesting in term of the future tenses usages. Some future tenses can be very confusing since we are not using them a lot in our daily life and this chapter helped me to unders
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Cubatao
I have learned through this course that creating a lesson plan is very helpful in order to create an organized class. It is key to add in the lesson plan the learner objectives and teacher aims in ord
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Cuiaba
in the second video the students were able to understand the lesson better and have fun participating in class. In the second video the teacher speaks louder and is able to get all the students involv
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Curitiba
In this unit we have learned receptive skills which are equally important as productive skills. Listening and reading skills are hard to explained but the topic covered very well and easy to understan
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Diadema
This unit is about productive skills which are usually the most difficult area for many students. In this unit we have learned how to manage teaching this area to students and both speaking and writin
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Divinopolis
This unit is one of the most unit I have had so far as pronunciation and phonetics are hard even for natives. But, this unit helped me to understand this part of English language better and the techni
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Dourados
This unit was about choosing the materials for teaching English. it explained the two types of authentic materials and created materials. The created materials examples were greats and useful. And the
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Duque de Caxias
Unit 15 was about evaluation and testing which is a part of English teaching and every teacher has to know about it. In this unit different tests has been introduced from the placement test to externa
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Feira de Santana
In this unit I leaned how to use conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences that contain the word "if." The five main conditionals are: zero conditional, first conditional, second co
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Ferraz de Vasconcelos
This unit taught me about in the importance of equipments and teaching aids. These resources are there to help the teacher with his/her lesson. These aids help students in many ways, it stimulates the
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Florianopolis
Unit 18 is about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. this part of English language is not very easy for non-native speakers therefore, teaching this part well and correctly is very important. Her
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Fortaleza
Unit 19 is about how to teach different types of students and so far, I have found this unit one of the most useful chapter in this course where actual teaching techniques have been introduced accordi
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Foz do Iguau
Final unit is about troubleshooting during teaching English. Here some common problems has been mentioned and talked about. And, the problems grouped well and easy to understand. So in general, the un
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Franca
This unit was about future tenses, and the various forms of it. Similarly to past and present, future tense forms are categorized into future simple, future continuous, future perfect, and future perf
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Francisco Morato
Unit 9 begins to introduce us to lesson planning and the basics of what to include in a simple lesson plan. The teacher must keep in mind their lesson objective and their personal goals as they create
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Franco da Rocha
While watching the videos, from the start, it is very clear that the attitudes the teacher portrays at the start of the lesson is very different. It is apparent that the students in the first video we
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Garanhuns
This unit focuses on two receptive skills: listening and reading. As a teacher, we need to make sure the lesson is well suited for the students' level, which means the article or audio clip we choose
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Goiania
This unit talks about the two productive skills: speaking and writing. Productive skills focus on the accuracy and fluency of the language. Accuracy is 100% correct usage and application of the langua
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Governador Valadares
This chapter talks about the phonology and pronunciation of the English language. It introduces stress and intonation that native speakers put into their words without them noticing its presence. What
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Gravata
This unit talks about the different class materials for lessons and the pros and cons of having a course book available for a teacher. Most teachers that I have come across from my time learning a sec
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Guarapuava
Unit 15 introduces the different testing and examination available for students. It also explains clearly the differences between placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests, and practice tests.
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Guaratingueta
Unit 16 talks about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing if or when (or other similar expressions) that refer to past, present, or future hypotheticals. A conditiona
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Guaruja
With the rising popularity of the internet, I do believe that teacher now rely on computers and the internet for most of their classroom and lesson aids. Throughout my years as a student, I find a boa
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Guarulhos
Unit 17 talks about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modals are words such as can, may, shall, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, or ought to. Modal verbs
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Hortolandia
This unit clearly outlines the difference in classroom environment between adult and young learners and business oriented learners. Each type of student has their own idea of what they want to learn,
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Ibirite
The last unit of my TEFL course covers areas of problems a new teacher would face with students. I, myself, have run into similar problems when starting out as a teaching assistant, or even just a tut
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Ilheus
In Unit 8 I learned all about the future tenses in the English language. There are seven different ones: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going + infinit
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Imperatriz
Unit 9 is centered around lesson planning for classes. I learned why lesson planning is important: to aid in planning, it is a working document used to refer to during class, and it helps keep a recor
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Indaiatuba
This unit was unique in the fact that it was composed of video footage only and not any reading portion. There were two separate videos. The first was an example of how NOT to teach a class, whereas t
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Ipatinga
In this unit I learned that there are four basic skills in language: receptive and productive skills. This lesson focused only on the receptive skills: reading and listening. I now know that it is ver
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Itaborai
This unit talked about the other two basic language skills: writing and speaking. The English language can be pretty difficult when it comes to writing skills only because some languages don't use pun
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Itabuna
This unit had tons of information in it! I learned mostly about the phonetic script which is completely new to me. I learned that the stress on certain words in a sentence can really determine the ove
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Itaituba
This unit was all about course books and lesson materials. I learned the advantages and disadvantages of authentic materials in comparison to non-authentic ones. Course books are less time consuming a
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Itajai
This unit just covered the different kinds of testing that is used throughout the teaching year to gauge student's language level. Placement tests are necessary in helping to determine what level clas
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Itapecerica da Serra
This unit covered five different conditionals. Zero, First, Second, Third and Mixed Conditional. First conditionals are used for back-up plans, promises, and threats or warnings. Zero conditionals are
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Itapetininga
This unit extensively covered all the equipment that can be used to help teach lessons in the classroom. One that came as a surprise to me was the video camera. This can be used for certain projects i
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Itapevi
This unit touched on passive and active voice as well as modals and phrasal verbs. I learned about three different types of phrasal verbs: intransitive, transitive separable, and transitive inseparabl
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Itaquaquecetuba
This unit focused on the difference in teaching young learners as well as business English learners. Younger learners tend to be more absorbent but have a very short attention span. To keep boredom aw
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Itu
This final unit briefly went over how to properly deal with troubleshooting issues in the classroom. For new teachers, larger classes can be intimidating but I learned that choral repetition, workshee
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Jaboatao dos Guarapes
This unit on future tenses required much attention to detail in the phrasing of words, and requires a level of logic while attempting to make sense of which tenses have which usages. Between each tens
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Jacare
In this lesson, I learned that it is always crucial to keep an organized, working, flexible, simple, and goal oriented plan for effective and successful teaching. It is always important to keep the le
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Jaragu do Sul
After watching the two videos reflecting two different styles from the teacher regarding the teacher's attitude, manner and teaching style, as well as the lesson content and structure, I have learned
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Jequiti
In this unit, I learned that there are four basic skills in any language, which are receptive skills, including reading and listening, and productive skill, speaking and writing, and how to teach thes
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Joao Pessoa
In this lesson, I learned about how to effectively and successfully teach productive skills, which include speaking and writing. Two factors within productive skills include accuracy and fluency, whic
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