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Unit 7 has helped to answer some of the questions and concerns that o had , when it comes to teaching vocabulary, grammar,and language structure. I am feeling more confident as a new EFL teacher with
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Future tenses is as difficult as it’s counterparts , past and present tenses . As I continue to grasp the concept of the different tenses, I am learning the best way to explain and provide support
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Lesson planning was a short unit but very useful because it highlights important things about lesson planning such as ;basic principles of lesson planning which include- keeping it simple and ensuring
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It was great to have the opportunity to be able to watch 2 videos and identify what was being done correctly and areas opportunity that the teacher could explore to ensure that students understand ,
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I can relate to this topic due to the fact that I have had some major issues with the textbooks that I have been given by my schools in the past. They tend to have several errors in them plus the book
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Cape Town
Receptive skills are important in teaching English . It is important that students are encouraged to read , whether it be aloud , in a small group setting ,or student to teacher it’s important to en
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Unit 3 covered various teaching methods showing their advantages/disadvantages regarding the students' learning success.Jeremy Harmer's ESA method was introduced. Each EFL lesson should contain all th
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I personally felt that this was a rather strange unit for the reason that some of the devices that have been mentioned in this unit are outdated and this includes cassettes, CD's and DVD's. Nowadays,
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This unit talked about how to use eye contact, gesture and voice to manage a class effectively. Teacher talking time should be kept low during pair and groupwork. It needs/will be higher when giving i
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Unit 6 reviewed how to form the past tenses and when to use them. Forming and identifying the different tenses actually isn't hard, as the form already suggests the name of the tense and vice versa. I
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Kempton Park
This chapter goes over the various teaching methods to be used in ESL lessons. It covers teaching vocabulary into 3 main parts - Study, Activate or Engage activities. It provides activity examples suc
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Lesson 14 covers the different materials that can be used to create and teach a lesson. These are divided into two groups: created materials or course books.The first is created by the teacher and can
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Unit 15 is about the different ways of evaluating students. The different ways of assessing students level are tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. tests can be given at different stages o
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Unit 16 is about conditionals and reported speech. conditionals are sentences containing if or when, which refer to past, present or future possibilities. The five main conditionals are: Zero conditio
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Unit 17 is an overview of some of the teaching equipment and teaching aids that can be used in a class. Many teaching aids can be used to make the lesson more interesting both for teacher and students
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This Unit is a summary of the basics of modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. In the first part the basic rules of use of modal verbs are presented as well of a list of them with
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Port Elizabeth
Unit 19 is about teaching special groups. The groups discussed in this lesson are beginners, individual students, children, teaching English for specific purposes and monolingual and multilingual clas
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This Unit is about some of the most common situations an english teacher can encounter and suggestion on how to deal with these problems. The first part is about the challenges of a first lesson. Havi
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This unit discusses the importance of course books and materials. Course materials can generally be divided into two categories: authentic material and created material. Authentic material includes
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This unit discusses the different ways of evaluating a student's level and progress. A teacher can assess a student's language level through tutorials, evaluation by the students, and tests. Tutoria
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This unit gives a grammar lesson on conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing 'if' (or 'when') which refer to past, present, and future possibilities. The five main con
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This unit discusses various equipment and teaching aids that can be used to make a lesson more stimulating and interesting. Some common resources include white (interactive) boards, visual aids, work
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This unit covers the final lesson on grammar. The three main grammar points were covered in this unit included modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs are used to express obl
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This unit discusses teaching English to different groups of students including beginners, children, and business English to adults. Teaching English to beginners and children can be one of the most r
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