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In this unit, we have learned how to evaluate and test students. We have learned how to assess a student's language level including tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Besides, we have le
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In this unit, I have learned conditionals and reported speech.I have learned what is zero, first , second and mixed conditional forms and usages.I have learned different teaching ideas including split
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In Unit 16 I read about the rules and ways of English conditionals. In some cases conditionals can be rudimentary seen as cause and effect sentences. However, if you only choose to see them as that, y
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In this unit, I have learned modal auxiliary verbs and the basic rules of them. And I have learned modals can be used to express different ideas such as obligation,possibility, permission, ability and
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In this unit, I have learned how to teach special groups English, the tips for teaching beginners, methodology and techniques, possible problems, and how to motive them. And I have also learned how to
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In this unit, I have learned the common problem situations the the teacher may encounter in the classroom when teaching English. I have learned how to establish rapport with students through activitie
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In Unit 12, I learned that the two productive skills are speaking and writing. Speaking has very important things associated with it when learning such as accuracy and fluency. Accuracy is teacher con
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In Unit 13, I learned about phonetics, syllables, and the way we use parts of our body to talk. I found it very interesting that we use so many parts of the body to talk. It isn't just the mouth, but
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In Unit 14, I learned about course books, authentic materials, and created materials. Course books give a set syllabus and pattern throughout the entire book, which I think can be good for beginning s
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In Unit 15, I learned about the many different types of tests that teachers can give out through a course, as well as the international standardized tests that can be taken outside of a course for cer
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In unit 16, I learned about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals and reported speech are something that I did not learn about in grade school. Conditionals are sentences with if which refer
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In Unit 13, I learned about the different resources and tools teachers can use to help teach. What sparked my attention most was the use of computers (or tablets ). I can use little computers or table
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In Unit 18, I learned about auxiliary verbs, passive and active voice, and phrasal verbs. Auxiliary verbs were something I learned a while back. I think that the way they were taught in this unit is
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In Unit 19, I learned about teaching English to multilingual people and people who are in business. Teaching multilingual students has an advantage: in order for the students to communicate, they have
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Heerlen Kerkrade
In Unit 20, I learned about teaching the first class, what I should be focusing on, and about learning with cassette tapes. When teaching the first class, I should not go through the coursebook at all
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Throughout this chapter I have learned about productive skills through speaking and writing which are substantially different however they serve the same function which is to communicate. In teaching
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Pronunciation is the way in which a word or a language is spoken. This may refer to generally agreed-upon sequences of sounds used in speaking a given word or language in a specific dialect or correct
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The use of books and materials in this lesson openly depicts that some teachers have reasons to like or dislike teaching from them due to its level of restriction and or it complexity. These materials
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Through the evaluation and testing process this will help in allowing teachers to get a much better understanding of where the students level of understanding the foreign language is at. This can happ
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The Hague
Conditional sentences are statements discussing known factors or hypothetical situations and their consequences. Complete conditional sentences contain a conditional clause often referred to as the if
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A classroom environment containing different teaching equipment is critically important as they aid in making lessons more interesting. there are many different resources that can be found in classroo
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A modal verb is a type of verb that is used to indicate likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order and obligation, and also advice. Examples include the English verbs can,
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When teaching beginners it can pose an intimidating thought at an initial point however it can also be a very fun and rewarding experience knowing the knowledge being imparted is being remembered. Acc
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Throughout a teachers career they will always come across teaching a new class and during the first session it is always important to build a relationship with the students and setting the tone for th
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This unit dealt with the two productive skills: speaking and writing. It talked about the purpose of communication and the differences between accuracy and fluency activities. It went on to talk abo
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This unit has focused on the teaching of pronunciation and phonology and it's importance in language learning. It dealt specially with the subject of intonation, stress, the international alphabet, a
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