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Abiko
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Ageo
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Aizuwakamatsu
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Akashi
I learnt a great deal from this unit in particular the areas on class layout and class arrangements. I did not realise the importance of layout and the effect it would have on different types of act
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Akishima
This unit is all about teaching the receptive skills ( reading and listening) of the English Language; Reasons and motives for carrying out a reading or a listening exercise, how to listen and read ta
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Akita
This unit talks about the two productive skills which are; Speaking and Writing. It states the difference between acurracy activities and fluency activities and the stages where they appear in a lesso
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Amagasaki
Unit 13 is based on how to teach pronunciation and phonology.Under phonology, it discusses intonation (Falling intonation used when the speaker is done talking, rise/fall intonantion indicating surpri
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Anjo
This unit entitled "Coursebook and Lesson Materials" discusses the coursebook as a teaching guide. It gives the advantages and the disadvantages of having a coursebook. This unit also mentions materia
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Aomori
This unit titled "Evaluation and Testing", discusses the different types of evaluations and the time in which the evaluations are to be done in the teaching process. It also talks on the Cambridge exa
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Asahikawa
This unit is titled "Conditionals and Reported Speech". It treats the different types of conditionals in grammar, how they are formed and how they are used. Added to 'conditionals' are their teaching
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Asaka
This unit treats a variety of teaching equipment and teaching aids, giving the principles for usage, advantages and disadvantages. Examples of teaching equipment mentioned in the unit are; Interactive
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Ashikaga
This unit discusses modal auxiliaries; how they are used, their position in a sentence and their teaching ideas.The unit also treats the passive voice, how it is formed in different tenses, their usag
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Atsugi
Unit 19 entitled "Teaching Special Groups" starts by presenting the various categories of beginners and tips for teaching English to beginners. It goes ahead to present the advantages and disadvantage
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Beppu
This unit entitled "Trouble Shooting" concludes the course. It discusses the common problems the teacher will face during his/her first lesson and the techniques and activities he/she will use to teac
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Chiba
Unit 11 was about teaching receptive skills. There are four basic skills in language. Reading and listening are receptive skills, speaking and writing are productive skills. All four are equally impor
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Chigasaki
In this unit I have read about two productive skills, speaking and writing. There are three types of speaking activities. There are controlled activities, which are accuracy based, then guided activi
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Chofu
Unit 13 was about teaching pronunciation and phonology. Phonology deals with stress, rhythm and intonation of English. Intonation is very important because it reveals the meaning of the sentence and i
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Daito
Unit 14 was about what teaching materials there are and what are their advantages and disadvantages. In teaching we can use authentic materials, which are great because they are real, more interesting
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Ebetsu
Evaluating and testing students is important. It gives a feedback how students are learning, what they are capable of and what they have to improve. At the beginning of English course or a class we us
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Ebina
Unit 16 was about conditionals and reported speech. There is a zero, first, second, third and mixed conditional. While teaching we can use a number of ideas, such as spliting sentences, completing con
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Fuchu
Unit 17 was about equipment and teaching aids. Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. For a better and interesting Eng
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Fuji
In this unit I have read about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I have always loved to learn and teach modal auxiliary verbs because when a non-native person learns how to use them, suddenly t
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Fujieda
Unit 19 was about teaching different groups of students. Generally there is not a big difference between teaching beginners or advanced classes. We always start with the engage phase and end with the
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Fujimi
The last unit was about common problem situations. The first lesson is always vital for teacher to establish rapport with the students. We also have to find out about students, what are their needs an
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Fujinomiya
This unit serves as a good introduction of all types of learners and teachers. This prepares the mind of the teacher for the types of students he/she may be facing in the future and the type of appro
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Fujisawa
I have learnt more about my role as a tutor and what to expect from my students. As my students come from all walks of life, I feel that I can improve my teaching methods and to understand more about
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Fukui
This unit has taught me that it is important to engage my students first to get their attention. Also, it is important not to interrupt them during the activate stage. I have often corrected my stude
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Fukuoka
The content discussed about how teachers evaluate students using different kinds of tests and the reason for the assessment. I found out that when teaching in language schools, there are different kin
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Fukushima
The module discussed about conditionals and reported speech. I have learned that IF can be addressed in different conditions based on certain situations. I have also learned the different ways to teac
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Fukuya
I never thought how complex teaching phonetics and pronunciation is. The module shows all the secrets, rules and techniques that we can follow to effectively teach this to our students. As hard as it
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Fukuyama
I found this unit very useful because it started with what I can do to be a good and effective teacher. It laid down the groundwork for when to use each role to better accommodate the students. Then,
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Funabashi
The best part of this unit, for me, was the section on corrections. Our students will look to us to correct their mistakes and errors, and it is our job to do it in a way that is most beneficial to th
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Gifu
We have all kinds of students that we will have the opportunity to teach. Starting to beginner students, intermediate. fluent. business people. adults and etc. It is very important for the teachers to
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Habikino
In this module, it has been discussed the usual problems that a teacher will encounter during the class. It is very important for the teacher to be equipped with the knowledge on how to address this i
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Hachinohe
When teaching receptive skills, generating authentic student interest is vital to the efficiency of a lesson. Previous units have covered student interest and motivation in a general sense, and I thin
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Hachioji
The experiences I've had while teaching in American classrooms have led me to believe that many students are apprehensive, or at least shy, about using their productive skills. Using a strong, thought
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Hadano
I was surprised to learn that the value of pronunciation is so relevant when teaching L2 to students. I connected this unit's content to a lecture I can still remember from my first year of undergrad
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Hakodate
Choosing an appropriate course text allows the teacher to limit the necessity to solely rely on created materials when not using authentic materials. Created materials are perhaps the best way to adap
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Hamamatsu
This unit highlighted the relevance of structuring course work for evaluations that will be conducted inside and outside of the classroom. Diagnostic and progress examinations will take place inside o
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Handa
Practicing reported sentences offer language learners an immense opportunity to learn colloquial-conversational English in a comfortable setting. The practice itself is akin to injecting a learner int
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Higashihiroshima
The use of equipment and teaching aids allows for a teacher to truly employ diverse methods during their lessons. This diversity allows for lessons to remain fresh and interactive, maximizing student
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Higashikurume
In previous unit test submissions, I have articulated my desire to be able to teach English grammar structures and forms without using jargon to explain them. Phrasal verbs are another key example of
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Higashimurayama
In some of the high school classrooms where I was teaching, particularly in Rhode Island, students didn't share a common language. Many of them were English Language Learners who were in high school,
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Higashiosaka
It was interesting to read that students of all nationalities have trouble with listening tasks. They are something I've always struggled with, even when listening in English. I've always felt that li
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Hikone
I felt like this unit was incredibly helpful, especially in the first stages of starting a classroom. It mentions how I can do my job of creating a good rapport with the students, thus creating a more
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Himeji
In the speaking activities there is more important practicing the fluency and in the writing activities we concentrate more on the accuracy. For the teacher it's important to give the students simple
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Hino
In teaching any new foreign language it is very important, how the teacher explains the pronunciation regarding to the stress, rhythm and intonation of the speech. Stress highlights the "strong" part
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Hirakata
It's good to choose wisely, what kind of course book or text book is propriate for the students regarding to their level of English. Not all course books are good and well done. The teacher can also u
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Hiratsuka
At the beginning of the courses the new students are given the placement tests so the teachers can place them into the correct class regarding to their language level. Diagnostic tests re similar to t
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Hirosaki
In the grammar there are two clauses, the "if" clause and the main clause and regarding to the importance of the meaning of the sentence which has to be satisfied, either can come in the first part of
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