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Abbotabad
This unit introduced me to the concept of ESA, and how to structure lessons within this framework. It gave me a lot of good methods for successfully implementing the different phases of ESA and when t
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Bahawalnagar
this unit enables a teacher learn how to deal with different groups of learners, beginners, false beginners, young beginners, beginners with roman alphabet and how to motivate them through rewards, pr
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Bahawalpur
this unit though short enables a teacher learn how to deal with his or her first lesson. it encourages teachers to abstain from the coursebook in the first lesson and focus on creating rapport and kn
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Bhalwal
This unit was a great reminder of the rules surrounding the different present tenses. It went over the four different types of present tenses and techniques for teaching them to students. It also cove
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Burewala
This unit covered some helpful advice on how to manage students and a classroom, like body language, different seating arrangements, how to balance TTT and STT, how to establish rapport and how to giv
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Chiniot
It was interesting to learn what factors go into choosing a textbook, evaluating the appropriateness of a coursebook based on its contents and on the quality of its ancillary materials. I learned how
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Chishtian
I have learned that there is inherent value in assessing students in various ways. These may included but not be limited to testing. Teachers may introduce games and observe students as they play thes
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Dadu
This focus on conditionals is interesting and helpful as I've never encountered these kinds of detailed explanations in English grammar as studied by a Native speaker, which I am. I also found the rep
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Daska
This unit covered the four different types of past tenses, how they're formed, and the specific usages of them. Much like with the unit covering present tenses, these rules are not something I was con
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Dera Ghazi Khan
The information presented in this chapter is challenging to digest in such a way that it can be conveyed to students of English so that they can understand, learn and appropriately use it. This chapte
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Faisalabad
The unit made me feel more confident about teaching both children and business people, both big 'consumers' of English language learning. I was interested to see how the same positive behaviors exhibi
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Gujranwala
While a significant amount of what is presented in this unit may seem obvious, it's very helpful to have these things spelled out. For example, the suggestion to take a fun and accepting approach to y
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Hafizabad
After reading this chapter, I have learned that productive skills through speaking and writing are substantially different, however they serve the same function which is to communicate. In teaching it
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Hyderabad
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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Islamabad
Through testing and evaluation teachers get an understanding of what learners know. Through feedback, students are provided with the information they need to evaluate their own progress A tutorial is
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Jacobabad
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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Jaranwala
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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Jhang
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. Aft
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Jhelum
This unit covered the three main areas of English that students need to learn, that being vocabulary, grammar and functions. It also goes into detail about what aspects of these areas are important fo
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Kamoke
This unit was on teaching pronunciation and phonetics. It covered the components of intonation and stress,and gave suggested techniques for teaching these. It also introduced the chart of internation
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Karachi
This chapter provided a thoughtful review of the merits and problems with working with course books,and also provided some example resources. This was helpful to me as I am not yet familiar with any
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Kasur
This chapter provides a helpful overview of various methods of assessing student skills. It includes internal tests such as placement, diagnostic and periodic progress tests, as well as external exams
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Khairpur
THis chapter goes over the five different types of conditional sentences that we use in English, the Zero, First, Second, Third and Mixed, points out the proper usage and form for each, and provides e
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Khanewal
This unit covers the various types of equipment often used as teaching aids in the ESL classroom. It provides a brief description, possible uses, and discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of
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Khanpur
This unit covered modal verbs, such as: can, could, would, should, may, might, etc, and looked at the relative gradations of obligation or certainty between their usages. It also showed how these are
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Kohat
This unit covered the issues involved in teaching various types of groups of students, as well as teaching individual students. It looked at groups made up, for example,beginners, children, business
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Lahore
This unit covered how to approach the first lessons with a new class, as well as some miscellaneous types of problems a teacher can run into in an ESL class setting. It provided suggestions for how t
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Larkana
I've learnt differences between Speaking and Writing. As follows; Written language tends to be more complex and intricate than speech with longer sentences and many subordinate clauses. The punctuatio
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Mangora
This unit was beneficial in explaining the importance of fluency and accuracy. The unit helped the instructor understand how best to prioritize a lesson plan. The resources given on page 10 of the les
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Mardan
This unit goes over the different types of future tenses, how they're formed, examples for usage and methods for teaching, as well as common mistakes/errors students might make in relation to them. In
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Mirpur Khas
This unit walked me through the advantages and disadvantages of using lesson plans, how to write one, and what should be included in a good lesson plan. It also provided in depth examples of what a go
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Multan
Unit 15: Evaluation and Testing was more technical than practical. I suppose it may be beneficial to be familiar with the various tests and evaluations that are used to place students in classes and m
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Muridke
This unit contained two videos of the same teacher and class working through the same lesson content. In the first video the teacher was clearly making a lot of errors, and it was frankly painful to w
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Muzaffargharh
Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids offered both instruction for teaching as well as how to best utilize the modern technology and teaching aids that are available to teachers today. The wording of q
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Nawabshah
This unit laid out what is meant by "receptive skills" in the context of language, listed the reasons one might have for utilizing these skills, what special skills one might use while reading or list
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Okara
This unit covers the productive skills, teaching and writing, and how they're differently focused on fluency and accuracy. It also goes through common activities for teaching these skills, and problem
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Pakpattan
This unit went over the different parts of pronunciation, that is intonation, stress, rhythm and articulation. It also explained different manners and places of articulation in detail. Furthermore it
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Peshawar
This unit is mainly about the productive skills of speaking and writing and how to engage students properly. Foremost, a teacher must create a need or desire for the students to want to learn. There a
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Pir Mahal
This unit was focused on the production of sounds and the importance pronunciation plays in carrying the message of the speaker. There are three important factors to consider in phonology, they are st
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Quetta
This unit highlights the important factors to consider when choosing the set of coursebooks, materials and aids to use in language teaching. There are many common expected resources at a teachers disp
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Rahim Yar Khan
The unit covered the aspects of testing and evaluation of students ability and progress throughout a semester or school year. There are many different types of tests, such as, placement, diagnostic, p
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Rawalpindi
This unit explains the structure and usage of conditional statements and reported speech. When considering conditionals is important to comprehend the "setting" of the clauses. If the sentence is "rea
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Sadiqabad
This unit discusses the many tools that can be used by teachers to aid in student learning. There is a broad range of useful tools from boards and projectors to worksheets and visual aids. All equipme
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Sahiwal
This unit focuses on the correct structure and usages of modal verbs, passive voice, clauses, and phrasal verbs. These topics are all verb complex and usually require a moderate degree of foreknowledg
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Sargodha
This unit reflects on the various types of learners and groups a teacher could expect to come across. These groups range from beginners, one-on-one, young learners (YLs), business English learners, an
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Sheikhu Pura
This unit highlights the potential difficulties a teacher may encounter in the classroom. Obviously, the initial lesson can seem to be very problematic, but a good teacher can see this challenge as an
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Shikarpur
This unit featured a run-down of Authentic and Created materials. It explained the difference between them, the benefits and drawbacks of both and when they should be used. It also went in-depth on th
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Sialkote
This Unit covered ways to assess students language level and progress, with a particular emphasis on testing. It covered tests by going through the various categories of testing, and when it might be
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Sukkur
in this unit i learned about course books and lesson materials. i learned that course books are a very emotive issue for many teachers. i also learned about authentic and non authentic material (creat
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Tandoadam
in this unit i learned about evaluating and testing. i learned how to evaluate students levels and progress with different tests. i learned that there are three ways to assess a student's level: tutor
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