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Watching the drastic differences between the two videos were very interesting. The attitude that the teacher comes into class will definitely affect how students participate tremendously. Honestly, I
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Jiaozhou City
I agree that listening and reading skills are equally important. I also strongly agree that teachers should carefully choose texts and topics that students would more likely be interested with, along
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When it comes to speaking, I encourage students that although accuracy is important, fluency is better in helping you communicate. I also try to help students build their confidence in speaking withou
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I learned a lot from this unit. When I have to teach pronunciation to my students, I usually have them look at my mouth while pronounce words or use lines to direct the intonation of a sentence. I nev
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This unit was about how to use course books and authentic materials for lessons. I learned that teachers shouldn't always depend on a coursebook and should either add or omit certain parts from the bo
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Overall, the unit was about how to use tests effectively in order to evaluate your students. There are many different types of test, each with its own specific purpose, such as progress tests taken th
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This unit explained different types of conditional sentences and difference between direct and reported speech. The first thing I realized was that I never knew that there were different types of cond
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This unit went over the many resources and equipment that any EFL/ESL teacher can use during classes. Although I found some of them to be outdated such as the use of cassette tapes and overhead projec
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Overall, this unit went over the multiple uses of modals have, how passive voice shifts the focus from the 'doer' to the object, the differences between defining and non-defining relative clauses, and
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Overall, I learned about the different types of specialized groups that I may encounter during my teaching career. As of now, I have been teaching elementary to junior high school students, so I agree
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This unit covered good ways to establish rapport and motivate students while heeding to the different class situations and students that a TEFL teacher would face. I liked the ice-breaker activities n
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This is much more complex than the other chapters; we combine knowledge from unit 3 with unit 9 to form the order of activities in the lesson. I had to review unit 3... following the Straight Arrow le
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This was very helpful, getting to see a good and bad example for lessons. The first lesson was abrupt, had slurring speech that the students couldn't follow clearly, and felt like it wasn't planned we
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This chapter breaks down the importance and parts for half of a language: the receptive skills of Listening and Reading. Scanning, skimming, detailed information, predictions, and deductions are the b
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Writing and speaking are the other half of a language is you don't include intangible things that can only be learned in that country like cultural norms and actions. I honestly believe this is the ha
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Jinshi City
Trying to read phonetics is really hard if you've never seen them before! This will be a challenging topic for everyone involved in the lesson. How and where to stress words/syllables, rise and fall o
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The advantages and disadvantages of authentic and created course work, the best is a compromise of the two though teachers don't always get to choose. Use authentic materials as examples and challenge
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A placement exam and a diagnostic exam are similar though a diagnostic exam is usually more in depth. External exams are truly that, outside entities running exams like the JLPT for Japanese proficien
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I never thought about how confusing reporting can be for non-native speakers. Verbs change forms, time usually becomes ambiguous because an undetermined amount of time may have passed or will pass, an
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Overhead transparencies are much more reliable than overhead projectors from my experience. Make sure to hit all four learning methods: visual, vocal, listening, and handwritten. The end of the chapte
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Intransitive and transitive separable and inseparable phrasal verbs are tough; my school never covered these! Defining relative clause: no separated section with commas. Non-defining relative cause: s
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Teaching beginners and children is what I will mostly be doing: no using their language, give clear instructions, use lots of visuals, use pair and group work (don't single out students unnecessarily)
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Troubleshooting the class is an important cheat-sheet to have. Establish a relationship with the class, spend the first lesson getting to know each other, what are the students' motivation and aspirat
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This unit provides a lot of material I will use when I am in the classroom. I found the content to be straightforward, but actually implementing these concepts and knowing how to adjust and plan for d
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This module was helpful. I noticed the differences between the two teaching methods. It was quite hard to sit through the first actually! What I found more interesting, is that some aspects of the te
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This lesson will be useful in all of my lesson planning. The content is mostly intuitive, but I enjoyed the idea of where to pitch the lesson difficulty and of pre-teaching difficult vocabulary. To w
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Teaching writing skills will be especially difficult if I have an eclectic class. Pronunciation can be difficult, but I am more interested in handwriting. I do not have beautiful handwriting myself bu
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This was by far the most challenging unit so far. However, I found it absolutely fascinating. I think stress will be very enjoyable to teach. I also think that it will be quite easy for students to p
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It will be important to be familiar with a variety of resources for my classes to avoid the constant use of textbooks. I think a textbook would be useful but only when supplemented by further teaching
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I think testing is an essential tool to judge student progress. However, I know from experience that too much testing can make the lessons less enjoyable and more oppressive. I would like to have form
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This unit has been both fascinating and daunting. I think the conditionals are easy to understand once one recognises the first three conditionals. After that the mixed conditional is straightforward.
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The resources provided in this unit will be very helpful when I begin teaching. I think that most of the information in this unit was common sense. But, all the same, it forms a great checklist to as
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This has been a great way to conclude the grammar section of the course. I found a lot of the grammar items quite challenging myself. Knowing how modal auxiliary verbs sound makes this easier for me.
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This unit was not too difficult in theory but will be different in practice, I imagine. It seems that most of these techniques and tips I must experience for myself. Teaching young students will be v
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I can see how some of the problems discussed in this unit can come up in my time as a teacher. I found the tips given very useful. However, I feel that once again only time will tell how well I will r
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This unit covers lesson planning and the importance of properly doing so. Lesson plans are important because they give you a flexible guide of what you will cover and how you will do so. Referring t
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These videos were great. I'm a visual learner so seeing the mistakes made in the first video were really easy to pick up. The second video showed the correct techniques in building a good rapport, i
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This course covers the differences and importance of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. It goes into deal of how each productive skill and receptive skill is important. This unit focuses mor
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This unit covers productive skills vs receptive skills. These skills are speaking and writing. This unit covers the differences and importance of these skills. It covers several typical lessons and
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This unit covers pronunciation, phonology, intonation, and stress in the English language. This also covers the different techniques for teaching and indicating the intonations. The unit goes deeper
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This unit covers different types of learning materials and the pros and cons of each. It explains how course books are good in some areas and lacks in others. It gives aspiring teachers a good idea
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This unit covers all of the tests that are used in a typical class. This unit goes into detail on the different types of tests and when they should be used. This gives the teachers an idea of how to
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This unit covers conditionals and reported speech. It explains the nuances when using reported speech vs direct speech. This unit also covers when the conditionals should be used and gives examples.
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This unit covers the different types of equipment used for teaching. It explains the differences between them all and lists the pros/cons of each. This unit really helps the reader decide what would
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This is the last grammar unit on the TEFL course! This covers Modals, Phrasal verbs, and passive/active voice. This unit was a tough one! The unit went into enough detail to explain the differences
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This unit covered the different types of groups that we will encounter when teaching. It covers the different types of class room environments, students, and planning that needs to be done for each.
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The last unit!!! This TEFL course has really taught me many things. I'm glad that I was able to take this ITTT course as it has expanded my horizons! This unit covers troubleshooting the different
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Very important lesson about planning you class , all test have a consecutive way to review all the topics before we studied, and this make it interesting and make you review all the knowledge that you
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I would like to join to the second class. We can notice that everyone was fellin confortable speaking up and offering answers because the teacher was super encouraging. Definitely the lesson two was m
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It. Was a good chance to practice writing down a lessons plan what you expect the students to achieve by the end of the lesson and how you intend to make it possible. Important things that you have t
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