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Aba
Unit 20 buttoned up the course as a whole very nicely. It answered questions and gave solutions to things ESL teachers consider such as how to go about teaching a first class lesson versus an existing
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Abeokuta
Unit 12 was another really interesting module. It was interesting to learn that writing skills are often neglected and to learn abut techniques that can be used to inspire students to focus on this el
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Abuja
I found unit 13 to be particularly challenging. This was the first time I have come into contact with phonetics and I found it difficult to interpret the symbols. That said, the value of using phoneti
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Ado-Ekiti
It was interesting to learn about the importance of selecting the right coursebooks and materials for the right classes / students. There are obviously a whole range of materials that can be used but
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Calabar
The in-depth explanations of the three main ways to assess students language levels (Tutorials, Evaluation by students & tests) were really interesting. It is clear that the method of assessment and f
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Ede
Another really interesting module. The mixture of teaching ideas provided were really useful in showing how to put what I had learnt into practice in a classroom environment. It took a while to get my
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Enugu
Another very interesting unit. Teachers now have a much larger range of equipment and teaching aids to choose from. New teachers obviously need to think carefully about which aids will be most benefic
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Ibadan
Another very informative unit that brought in a number of topics I had learnt in previous modules. English grammar can clearly be a difficult topic for students to fully grasp. It can also be a partic
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Ife
Different forms of teaching clearly need slightly different skills. Having studied this module, I can see why some teachers are nervous about teaching beginners. I can also see how this can be one of
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Ikere-Ekiti
This was a great little module to finish the course. It was really interesting to learn about some of the most common problem situations and techniques that a teacher can use to help. I am sure class-
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Ila
Unit two of this course covered grammar and, more specifically, parts of speech. Sentences are made up of words. The simplest of sentences have a subject (noun) and a verb. Once sentences are more com
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Ilesa
This unit covers teaching methodologies. There are many different approaches and methodologies that have been used throughout history to teach languages. The oldest is the Classical way or grammar/tra
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Ilorin
This unit has done a good job filling in any knowledge gaps I may have had regarding the present tense. More specifically, it has included the form, usages, typical student errors and activate stage t
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Iwo
Unit five of the ITTT course is all about classroom management. Classroom management describes how the teacher manages his or her students. From my reading of the text, a classroom can best be managed
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Jos
Unit six is all about the past tenses. Generally speaking, these verb tenses indicate actions that have happened in the past. Past tenses are similar to present tenses in the ways they are constructed
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Kaduna
The unit Equipments and Teaching Aids is very useful as it explains how students and teacher can use different resources in the classroom.The unit also shows the advantages of using materials and tech
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Kano
When teaching English as a foreign language, it is important to consider the nuts and bolts of language learning: vocabulary, grammar and function. This unit discusses what factors are involved in sel
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Lagos
I felt that Unit 3:Theories, Methods and Techniques was very valuable in terms of breadth and depth, providing a concise historical background of the various methodologies used in English language tea
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Maiduguri
Chapter 4: The Present Tenses was very informative. It covered the four aspects of the present tense which are the Present Simple tense, the Present Continuous tense, the Present Perfect tense, and th
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Mushin
This unit generally talks about teaching productive skills which are speaking and writing, it also includes games, we tend to understand in this unit that communication is very important in English an
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Ogbomosho
Unit 6: The Past Tenses was yet another informative unit and a good refresher into the four past tenses: past simple (base+ed), past continuous (was/were + verb+ing), past perfect (had + Past particip
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Okene
This unit I see very brief and precise as it talks about the course books and lessons material needed in teaching English language therefore it is very vital. We learnt that the are two materials invo
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Onitsha
This unit generally explains about evaluating and testing of students performance and how they couping with the language in order for the teacher to know how to tailor his or her syllables. There are
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Oshogbo
This unit is very sensitive and need to carefully examine because most learners get themselves confused when it comes to conditionals and reported speech,there are mainly five types of conditionals th
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Oyo
In this unit we dealt with equipment and teaching aids which are the teaching equipment, we came to the realization that these teaching equipment forms an integral aspect when teaching English langua
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Port Harcourt
Unit 8 was very useful in explaining the various nuances of the future tenses sice they can become quite complicated for native speakers when having to explain them to second-language learners. I lear
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Zaria
Well, I watched these videos twice and, I saw some differences between two ESA-demonstration classes. For instance: in the first class the teacher was unhappy and its like he didn’t want to answer
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