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Farrukhabad
In this unit, called Teaching Productive Skills this course discusses speaking and writing. I learn about the difference between accuracy and fluency and that accuracy usually occurs in the Study phas
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Fatehpur
This unit describes the different styles and ways of teaching as well as various levels of different students. For example, it lists the different ways of teaching like as a prompter, while also provi
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Firozabad
It’s very important for any teacher to evaluate his/her students periodically to know their knowledge level and if they have any kind of progress. There are two king of exams which assess students,
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Gadag-Betgeri
Conditional and reported speech are from the easiest and most interesting grammar lessons ever. Conditional sentences are statements discussing known factors or hypothetical situations and their conse
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Gandhidham
To make learning very effective it is necessary to utilize the factors and techniques that facilitate learning, and nothing will do it better than the teaching aids. Out of the many kinds of teaching
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Gandhinagar
The course is about to be finished, the most interesting units were the grammar ones. This is the last grammar unit, I feel confident as I have learnt a lot till now. In this unit we have modal verbs,
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Ganganagar
This unit gives an idea of different types of activities a teacher can do with their students, like skits, and performances, or debates. Additionally, this unit talks about different lesson styles, wi
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Gaya
Teachers who have the responsibility of teaching students in the best possible manner will have to face many problems and also have to know how to deal with each problem. Issues may be the large class
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Ghaziabad
It was really helpful to have a detailed visual representation of the concepts we have been learning about so far. Seeing the differences in demeanor between the first and second teacher was really qu
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Godhra
This unit talks about ways a teacher could focus more on productive skills such as writing and speaking, with clarification about the differences between accuracy and fluency, and how a teacher should
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Gojra
This unit begins with an introduction of the teacher’s role in the classroom. It introduces the different roles a teacher can take such as manager, assessor, and prompter etc. as well as when these
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Gondiya
In the first part of this unit we learned some general teaching methodologies from the outmoded grammar translation method to the more modern ESA method. We also learned some examples of ESA lessons.
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Gorakhpur
In this unit I got rather good explanation of how to choose an appropriate course book. In our schools it happens very often that some teachers insist on buying this or that course book without thinki
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Gudivada
In this unit it`s written that we can use evaluation by the students or use tutorials, it will work only with the adult students. With the younger learners it`s better to use tests or just pay attenti
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Gujrat City
In this Unit, we learned about Classroom Management, which is maintaining discipline and motivation in a friendly and relaxed manner. Then we went on to techniques and methods we can use to create a
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Gulbarga
In this unit I`ve learnt the advantages and disadvantages of using different teaching aids. The truth is that the most commonly we use CD or internet as aids during the lesson with adults and (plus) f
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Guna
In this unit, we talk about teaching language in a deconstructed way. A student must be exposed to the language, come to understand it, understand how it is constructed, and then be able to practice
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Guntakul
This unit gave me some practical pieces of advise as I have been scared to work with adults if we are talking about Business English. With adults 18+ when I worked in a language school I didn`t have a
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Guntur
This unit begins with why we should lesson plan. A lesson plan should be created so we can properly structure our class, follow that structure, and improve future classes. We then go into the details
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Gurgaon
hese two videos clearly showed the difference between effective teaching and ineffective teaching. The students in the second video were more motivated and much more engaged, because the instructor wa
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Guruvayur
Teaching receptive skills is important so that students will know how to study for reading and listening. There are various purposes or tasks for receptive skills and are as follows: predictive for gu
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Guwahati
Speaking and Writing are two very important skills in developing effective communication English skills. Through the speaking lesson, students can practice phrases and patterns of answering and asking
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Gwalior
In this Unit Phonetics and phonology as well as strategies for teaching these topics were outlined. Teachers often do not know how to teach this, because it is often a neglected area of study. Studen
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Habra
This unit focuses on Lesson materials and how to use them in a class with the ESA Engage Study Activate Method. Course books and materials are also discussed as to the positives and negatives of each
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Haldia
In this unit, we watched the same teacher and students have a lesson in two different styles. In the first lesson, the teacher begins the lesson straight away and never engages the students throughou
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Haldwani cum Kathgodam
This Unit outline the conditionals and the types of conditionals based on time period: present, past and past perfect, future perfect. There are also mixed conditionals, which are past simple and past
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Haora
This unit focused on the four basic skills of language that a student must master. Listening and reading are the receptive skills and speaking and writing are the productive skills. Each skill requir
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Hapur
This unit focuses on productive skills, speaking and writing. They are further broken down into accuracy and fluency activities. Neither is more important, but both must be addressed at different ti
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Haridwar
Unit 19 provides an outline of qualities of each of the categories of learners both young and older students, who may be seeking to learn business language. Characteristics of teaching the types of le
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Hassan
Unit 20 is the last unit of this course and lists common problem situations and ways of troubleshooting them. This unit mentions about "first lessons" and ways of creating the right environment for le
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Hathras
This unit covers some of the different materials available for usage in the classroom, their advantages/disadvantages and appropriate use. It also covers both good and bad ways to use them. Finally,
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Hindupur
This lesson opened my eyes to the fact that reading, writing, and listening requires more than just your eyes and ears. That is something that I understood instinctually, but I've never actually sat
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Hisar
In this unit, we look at the different ways of assessing students’ level. We extend this by analyzing the different reasons needs for assessment. We then go deeper into testing and how it relates t
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Hoshiarpur
Wow! I did not realized before this lesson that we communicate so much in English through our intonations. Actually, I don't think that before this I had ever heard of intonation period. That makes En
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Hospet
I am so grateful for the advice that was given in this lesson! I am new to teaching and I really appreciate hearing the pros and cons of using course books. I think I will find the course books to be
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Houghly-Chinsura
I know tests are often given in language courses. It's pretty common. I also know they can be helpful for reviewing information and gauging where a student was at. I also could have guessed that most
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Hubli-Dharwad
I did not realize before this lesson that English had reported speech. It makes sense, but I had never thought about it before. I could see how reported speech could get tricky for an English language
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Hyderabad
This unit was very useful as I learned that there are different types of students depends on their age, motivation and culture. It was also useful to learn that a "good teacher" should change his role
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Ichalakaranji
These were very helpful explanations of some of our basic grammar. As a new teacher, the topic of grammar is a little bit intimidating, because as a native English speaker, I rarely think about how gr
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Imphal
I am glad that we went through the different kinds of English classes, because there are so many different kinds. I am looking forward to the possibility of teaching overseas for the variety that come
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Indore
Yeah!!! I am done (as soon as I finish the lesson plan, haha!) I have seen this course as a really wonderful opportunity to learn and grow in my teaching skills, and along the way discovered a ton of
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Jabalpur
In unit 10, the task was to watch 2 videos of the same lesson done in two different ways; and to determine how things were done differently between the two, while figuring out what was effective vs in
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Jaipur
Unit 11 focuses on the students reading and listening skills which it labels as receptive skills. When talking about reading and listening the unit divides them into chategories of purpose and pleasur
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Jalandhar
Unit 12 shifts the focus from receptive skills onto speaking and writing which are classed as productive skills. The unit goes over speaking first and then goes into writing. The differences between a
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Jalgaon
Unit 13 covers a wide variety of concepts all under the umbrella topic of pronunciation. These concepts vary from the definition of pronunciation to the varied sounds and tones involved in pronunciati
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Jalna
The topic of unit 15 are the evaluation and testing methods available to teachers of English as well as the external testing methods given in addition to regular language schools. The unit discusses t
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Jalpaiguri
The topic of unit 14 was the course books and lesson material that can be used in a classroom situation. Initially they discuss the two forms of materials which can be used in a lesson, authentic and
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Jamnagar
Unit 16 covers conditionals and reported speech. The unit begins by discussing the grammar patterns and usage of the five types of conditionals which consist of zero, first, second, third and mixed. F
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Jamshedpur
Equipment and teaching aids are covered in unit 17. The unit initially gives a list of 15 pieces of equipment that can be used in classrooms and study centers. These include such tools as a white/blac
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Jaunpur
Unit 18 once again turns to grammar. However, this unit focuses on modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The unit begins with the basic rules of modal auxiliary verbs and how they are used in the v
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