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Abbotsford
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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Barrie
The unit is much more complicated than what's on the headline, so many new words that are very interesting with simple and clear definition which is great. I like explanation on intonation it's much e
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Brampton
The unit is very interesting and I think it's what's the the students cheerful or maybe shy because they get the chance to talk in front of everyone to improve their language and Boston up the confid
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Burlington
I have learnt that giving tests and doing assessment play a big role in helping the teacher to know and understand exactly where to start and where to head to. I believe that the assessments and tests
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Burnaby
More challenges in each and every unit also much more interesting new things to learn,very simple and understandable teaching ideas it makes it look easy teaching grammar. There are so many words that
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Calgary
The purpose of Unit 5 is to understand the importance of lesson plan. I learnt that completing a lesson plan enables one to record what the class has covered, assist in planning the entire lesson and
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Cambridge
Unit 6 portrayed how an effective lesson can be conducted via the comparison of a successful lesson to a lesson filled with errors. I was able to understand and perceive from a student’s perspective
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Cape Breton
Teaching receptive skills is the topic of Unit 7. Receptive skills involve reading and listening. I learnt that there are five different specialist skills when reading or listening and they include: p
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Chatham-Kent
The topic of Unit 8 is ‘Teaching Productive Skills’. Productive skills include speaking and writing. This topic allowed me to gain an understanding that speaking activities can be split into two,
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Coquitlam
Unit 9 evaluates the use of course books and lesson materials. I was able to identify the two groups, authentic and created materials, which course materials can be divided into. Authentic materials i
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Edmonton
‘Evaluation and testing’ is the topic for Unit 10. It elaborates on how to evaluate a student’s level and progress (page 1). There are three main ways to assess a student’s language level and
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Gatineau
This unit teaches the different type of English test. It has made my gain more appreciate of the various form of test mentioned. The need for each shows how important each one which coordinates with e
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Guelph
In this unit I noted that the way a classroom is organized will change the way students feel during class. In addition, certain layouts may reduce the time needed to put students into pairs for work.
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Halifax
This unit taught me about the different types of equipment and teaching aids that can be effectively used in the classroom to improve lesson delivery and hold students' attention. It also helped to hi
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Hamilton
It will be important to teach new vocabulary to the students because they will be more motivated to increase their list of words to use in speech/writing. Therefore, students must be taught about the
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Kelowna
In this unit I noted that it is not only important to create learning objectives for the students, but it is equally important to have teacher objectives as well. Even though the ultimate goal is to t
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Kingston
This unit emphasized the importance of reading and listening. Whether one is reading for a purpose or for pleasure, it is vital that the reader not only use their eyes and ears, but their mind as well
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Kitchener
This unit is about how to plan individual lessons and lessons in a sequence. The most important part of lesson planning in my opinion is that lesson plans are working documents. That is, lesson plans
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Laval
This was a good visual lesson about how to successfully teach a lesson. The first video showed us what not to do, and the second video provided a lesson that we can use as a model. I liked being able
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London
This unit was about teaching receptive skills. The receptive skills of language are reading and listening. It was helpful to have the specialist skills for reading and listening listed out, because th
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Longueuil
This unit was about developing writing and speaking skills. This was a particularily useful unit for me as I am currently an English teacher in a foreign country. Writing and speaking are the two skil
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Markham
In this unit, I learned that fluency is just as important as accuracy. While the way people interact is ever changing, generally, someone is either speaking for a purpose and someone is listening beca
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Mississauga
This unit is about using course books and supplementary materials in order to teach lessons. It went over the difference between authentic materials and created materials, as well as provided some exa
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Moncton
This unit is about evaluation and testing in the EFL classroom, as well as what external examinations students may take. As I've gone to college for elementary education and ESOL, I'm familiar in gene
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Montreal
Unit One comprises some basic requirements for teachers and students to effectively interact in an English class and various problems they may encounter. Teaching English to non-native speakers is a d
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Oakville
This unit introduces basics of how to manage a class. Essentially, it gives me some insights into whether a class can be successfully arranged or not. It is very important, above all, for every teache
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Oshawa
There are many ways we can teach and many techniques we can use to teach. Not one methodology is appropriate for all situations, so it is good to use bits and pieces of all methodologies. One way to d
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Ottawa
In this unit, we talked about classroom management. We learned how to use your eyes, voice and gestures to teach. It's also important to try to reduce the teacher talk time so students can speak and a
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Quebec City
This unit is about the common problems an ESL teacher may encounter and how to troubleshoot them. I really like the first lessons section, as the first lesson often sets the standard for how future le
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Regina
In this unit, we focused on lesson planning and how a teacher can help a class run smoothly. As I am already teaching ESL, I have found a lot of this content relatable. However, there are things I too
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Richmond
In this unit, we focused on receptive skills and how to use/teach these skills in the classroom. I was surprised to find that speaking and listening were classified in two different categories. I had
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Richmond Hill
While watching these two videos, I took note on how important the teacher's attitude is in the classroom. To list some mistakes I noticed in the first lesson are the following; 1. The teacher did no
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Saanich
In this unit we focused on the production functions of English, or writing and speaking. I was surprised to find that most of the TEFL world considers writing to be the least of importance. In the sch
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Saguenay
In this unit we discussed phonetics and phonology. While reading this unit, the main thing I reflected or related this topic to in my life was my work. Currently, my junior high school students are pr
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Saint John
In this unit, we discussed course books, their benefits, as well as their disadvantages. This made me reflect on my own school's chosen textbook. I teach from a textbook for elementary grades 4 to 6th
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Saskatoon
In this unit, we have discussed various tests and exams. Living in Japan, I have had many friends take the TOEIC test. I had a general understanding of what is was, but I was not sure what separated t
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Sherbrooke
In this unit we discussed conditionals and reported speech. One of my junior high school class recently touched upon this subject. While, we mainly focused on zero conditional sentences, I am looking
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St Catharines
In this unit we learned about different equipment and aids that can be used in the classroom. As an ALT in Japan, it made me reflect on my current use of visual aids and equipment. At my elementary sc
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St Johns
In this chapter, we discussed phrasal verbs, modal verbs, and passive voice. I had never considered how such grammar could be so complicated for students before. As I was getting confused myself with
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Surrey
In this unit, we covered special types of lessons. I found this particular helpful as I am not currently teaching many elementary school classes. In previous units I had some trouble associating certa
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Thunder Bay
In this unit, we discussed trouble-shooting problems in the classroom. I have many students in my elementary classes whose English level is much higher or lower than most of the classes. I like this
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Toronto
In this unit, we learned about teaching a new language; more precisely, vocabulary, grammar, and functions. Each part is important. What a student needs to do with a new language is: be exposed to it,
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Trois-Rivieres
This unit is titled video lessons. It is centered around the tow ESA demonstration video that are available in the video tab of the online training system. In this videos, a lesson was taught twice to
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Vancouver
This unit talks about the receptive skills which are reading and listening. This unit helps us to understand that we read for various reasons; either for purpose or entertainment. In this unit, i lear
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Vaughan
In this unit, we explored the correct attitude a teacher should have. There are many things the teacher did wrong in the first lesson. For example, he didn't explain the activities well. The study pha
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Victoria
In this unit, we learned about coursebooks and lesson materials: how and when to properly use them. There are two types of materials: authentic and created. Some advantages of using authentic material
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Whitby
In this unit, we learned about evaluation and testing; why and how we do it. There are 4 types of tests around: placement tests (to gauge the language level of the student), progress tests (to periodi
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Windsor
This unit talks about evaluation, testing and teaching of special groups. The unit also focuses on different way of evaluating students' level and progress, as well as some of the common external exam
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Winnipeg
The title of this unit is conditional and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing 'if' and 'when' which refers to past, present and future possibilities. It simply indicates that if thi
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