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Abakan
Honestly, I am a native speaker of English and had never learned about tenses before this unit. I was really surprised that there were so many present tenses, even though these are things I use natura
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Achinsk
I felt like I knew a lot of the information in this unit already from my past years of teaching. Many of the components of the chapter, including seating arrangements, building rapport, and maintainin
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Almetyevsk
Once again, the tenses proved to be quite difficult with me. It's interesting because as a native speaker I am not conscious of all the tenses I use. Yet again, I felt a sense of the frustration Engli
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Angarsk
I enjoyed getting some new ideas of ways to teach vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. I know my students would definitely enjoy some of the proposed activities (such as gap-fill exercises, un
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Arkhangelsk
By reading and learning Unit 19, I have a much better understanding towards differs types of groups of students, such as teaching beginner students, individual students, young learners, business Engli
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Armavir
There are quite a few trouble shooting issues mentioned in this unit that occurs in my real teaching enviornment from time to time and now and then. I have agreed with most of the solutions such as ho
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Arzamas
This unit focuses on pronunciation and phonology in the classroom and different tactics we can use in our lesson plans. The lesson proves that an effective teacher will want to focus on pronunciation,
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Astrakhan
This unit primarily focused on the lesson materials used in the classroom, either supported by the school or created by the teacher. There are two types of materials use in the classroom, authentic an
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Balakovo
This unit primarily focuses on the different types of tests the students will and could take over the course of their English education. In schools a placement test will be given to determine in what
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Balashikha
This unit reflects on the grammar of conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences that contain 'if' for expressions of 'when' in past, present and future possibilities. There are five
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Barnaul
Unit 17 primarily focused on teaching equipment and aids that can be helpful to teachers and how to properly use them in the classroom. There are many different types of tools for teachers to use, but
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Bataysk
This unit focused on modals, phrasal verbs, relative clauses and the passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs are used before other verbs to add emphasis to the main verb. Modals can be used to express ma
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Belgorod
This unit focuses on the different types of students an English instructor might teach. English teachers can have beginner students, individual students, children, business people or students who are
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Berezniki
The last unit is about troubleshooting problems in class. The lesson goes over the difficulties and helpful suggestions for certain areas in the classroom. The unit covers first lessons, warm-ups, dif
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Biysk
This unit focused a lot on the correct pronunciation of English words. It utilized the phonetic alphabet as the easiest, best, most effective and universal way to follow and understand pronunciation.
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Blagoveshchensk
This unit provided mostly information about the different materials used in teaching English, varying from authentic materials to creative materials. I learned that for less creative teachers like mys
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Bratsk
This unit enlightened me with information on the wide variety of tests available for students of the English language, usually whose first language is not English. The tests varied from placement and
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Bryansk
This unit spoke about conditionals, sentences containing conditions and consequences, present, past and future possibilities of events occurring. They usually consist of an 'if-then' situation. The ty
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Cheboksary
The 17th unit provided a wide variety of teaching aid and examples such as video and audio aids such as cassettes, video recorder, CD's and DVD's among others, overhead projectors, computers and many
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Chelyabinsk
This unit was a bit challenging. It covered grammar subjects that are often confusing for English learner's such as modal auxillary verbs, use of passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses, all
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Cherepovets
Unit 19 went in detail in identifying specific groups that needed special consideration and teaching techniques such as beginners differentiated from young learners/children and Business English stude
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Cherkessk
This unit as the final wraps up the course by going over common problems that occur in the classroom as well as many suggestions and possibilities of troubleshooting or solving those problems. Some of
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Chita
As typical with all units involving tenses, I struggled to keep track of all the different tenses. It took a lot of effort and "brain power" to remember all of them. I can imagine how difficult they m
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Derbent
I found this chapter to be reminiscent of when I was in college and creating lengthly lesson plans frequently. However, it was interesting to me that the "age of students" was not considered something
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Dimitrovgrad
It was really shocking to me to watch the first video and how the teacher treated the students. In the first lesson, he was extremely disrespectful; he didn't care about their names and did not take a
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Dzerzhinsk
When I was in college, I was originally a speech pathology major and we had many classes on the topic of the four basic skills in every language: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Due to that
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Elektrostal
As with the receptive skills, it was intriguing to learn more detailed information regarding speaking and writing. I agree that writing is usually the least taught skill, although very important. I le
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Elista
As I mentioned previously, I was originally a speech-language pathology major in college, so this was a nice review for me. I remembered the different parts of the mouth and throat, as well as the dif
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Engels
I learned a lot from this unit. Materials can be divided into two groups: authentic and created. Created materials are created by the teacher specifically for that class, which is a benefit to them. T
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Glazov
Evaluations are an important part of any teaching environment. Evaluation is essential to creating groups, monitoring them, and tracking progress. There are many different types of assessment and eval
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Grozny
This chapter was a little challenging. As a native speaker of English, there are just some things I never learned, but instead just do naturally. Conditional statements are apparently one of those thi
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Irkutsk
I found this unit to be a little confusing. It did not seem to have many up-to-date materials I could use with only a couple exceptions. I would have liked for it to have had more information regardin
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Ivanovo
I found this unit to be challenging. I had such a difficult time grasping the concept of phrasal verbs- which was something I had never even heard of previously! I learned through this chapter that th
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Izhevsk
I enjoyed the topic of teaching children because it is what I currently do. I agree that children need the activities to change frequently and to be engaging and exciting. They do have shorter attenti
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Kaliningrad
I felt that this unit was a nice wrap-up of the course. It had some material that was discussed throughout various other units, as well. Many of these things I already do on the first day of school as
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Kaluga
I have already learnt all of this through my high school, But have always had problems with the Active and Passive voice, and with the intransitive and transitive phrasal verbs. Even though i have stu
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Kamensk Uralsky
We have a English business here in Russia, and i am teaching the daycares. So in teaching children i have experience with them. I love teaching kids and which has been my dream since a young kid. Lear
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Kamyshin
This unit was extremely interesting to me, as I never learned the actual names for the parts of speech that I use regularly (i.e. gerund, transitive vs. intransitive verbs). I teach 3rd grade English
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Kansk
This has been my least favorite unit so far. It was very complicated and not very practical. I would love it if there were a video to go along with this unit in the future, i think it would be of mu
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Kazan
This unit was a helpful reminder of the benefits of both authentic and created materials. I find that often created materials are not fully suitable for my students and so as a result I usually have
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Kemerovo
This unit discussed the different methods used to teach English. There are a variety of methods, such as grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, presentation/practice/and production, task- based learni
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Khabarovsk
This unit was one of the most difficult for me. As a native speaker, I use the four present tenses regularly in my speaking, without recognizing the names behind them. The applications of these tenses
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Khasavyurt
While reading this chapter, a lot of the information was review for me, as I am familiar with these methods through my teaching experience and past coursework. Many of my courses in college focused on
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Khimki
I found this chapter focused on the four past tenses to be rather challenging. The four tenses include past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past continuous perfect. Similar to the present t
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Kiselyovsk
Unit 7 focuses on the methodology behind teaching vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. When teaching any of these areas, educators usually focus on just one, rather than all three. When studen
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Kislovodsk
I found this unit to be extremely difficult. I found myself confusing the future tenses, and I truly had no idea that there were so many tenses. I can understand why learning tenses for English langua
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Kolomna
Pronunciation and the way that students speak English should not be overlooked by teachers. Intonation and pronunciation are difficult for even native speakers so fully explain and understand, so lear
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Komsomolsk on Amur
Before I began this unit, I thought it would be very easy. The importance of lesson planning is a no-brainer! However, the questions regarding the Engage, Study, or Activate phases stumped me. For som
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Korolyov
Regular exams to track student progress are a necessity to language learning. A good teacher should be able to adapt to the needs and pace of their class/student. If a student is studying for an exter
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Kostroma
In this lesson we reviewed zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. Conditionals are an if/when clause followed or preceded by a dependent conclusion. These sentences can be very intuitive
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