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Materials used for teaching are classified into two categories: 1) Authentic materials such as newspapers, magazines, poems, menus, movies, brochures, and songs. These materials give students confide
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It is important to evaluate students throughout the course, there are several methods to assess a student's language level, they include: 1) Tutorials: They can be held at the end of the week, to re
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Conditionals contains two clauses: The "if" clause which contains the condition that must be satisfied and the main clause which contains the consequence. There are five conditionals: 1) Zero Condit
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Here is a list of the most common teaching aids used in the class: 1) The board: It is an indispensable object in all classrooms whether it is a whiteboard, a blackboard, a flip chart, or an interact
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Modal verbs such as can, could, may, might, should, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, and ought to are used to express obligation, possibility, advice, ability and permission. They are used
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The unit discussed methods and techniques for teaching English to special groups such as beginners, adults, individual students, and clients. Beginner students are divided into five categories: 1) T
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This unit discussed common situations that a teacher may find himself in, such as teaching a class for the first time, having students of different levels, teaching large classes, having students who
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This chapter unit discusses teaching speaking and writing skills of accuracy and fluency. It provides lesson examples and games a teacher can utilize. It discusses activities such as creative speaking
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This chapter covers Phonology - acoustics of the human vocal tract and the stress put on the pronunciation of words in the English language which annotate different meanings. It cites that this often
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This chapter covers the basics of lesson materials and presents examples of the advantages and disadvantages of using a coursebook. Further, it explains creating and using supplementary aids and activ
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This chapter was a bit tricky. It covered the "conditionals" of speech, which pertain to past, present and future time in speech and grammar. It also went over direct and reported speech - (speech occ
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This chapter describes the types of ESL student learner groups - Adult/Business, Beginner, Children and the methodology for teaching to each. It also covers group teaching vs. individual. Business Lea
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This unit gives a brief description for parts of speech in the English language. It is important for teachers not to be ignorant and to use every opportunity to refresh their knowledge of grammar. The
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This unit describes the methodology that teachers should use to make lessons productive, engaging, and satisfying for students. It encourages to try out the Engage-Study-Activate method, as it lists t
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This unit allows us to reflect on different ways and strategies for managing classes. However, in my opinion, at the core of it all lies respect for students and school. A teacher needs to consider th
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This unit provides the information about the past tenses that exist in the English language. As we know, one of the many roles of a teacher is to identify errors and mistakes. Not being certain about
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This unit invites us to reflect upon presenting new language in class. Split into three main groups: teaching new vocabulary items, teaching new grammatical structures, and teaching new language funct
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Much like two previous units, this one gives us a refresher course on the usage of tenses in English. This time it is all about the future, which in the English grammar includes some of the present te
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This unit highlights the importance of lesson planning for both experienced and inexperienced teachers alike. The skill of being able to plan a successful lesson or a sequence of interconnected, inter
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This unit gives us two examples of why teacher's attitude is so vital for the actual learning to happen in a classroom. Although the material being taught is the same, the outcome for the students app
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This unit introduces teaching receptive skills: reading and listening. Equally important and useful, these skills might be what interested students enough to study English in the first place. The basi
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Unit fourteen talks about the use of coursebooks and teaching materials. It gives an insightful list of advantages to using a language textbook, such as how the books will already contain a sort of sy
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In this unit we learn various methods of assessing a student's level and comprehension of a language. The four tests used in language schools are placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests and
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Unit sixteen covers the use of conditionals and reported speech. It breaks down the five main conditionals: the zero conditional, the first conditional, the second conditional, the third conditional a
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This unit focuses on productive skills, writing and speaking. As rightfully mentioned in the introductory part of the unit, speaking seems to be more popular with the students, and active participatio
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Unit 18 discusses a few different topics including modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The chart that breaks up the different uses of modals such as “might” and “must” is very useful espe
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In Unit 19, I learned about special groups and how to teach them. The term “beginner” was broken down into five categories: the absolute beginner, the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young
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In the last unit, I read about some of the most common and potentially problematic situations that I may come across in the classroom. Things like dealing with large classes, reluctant students, etc.
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This section fails to mention that in many English training schools actual English (not ESL) books are used, which creates problems of its own, but also unique experiences. It would be interesting to
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In this unit I have learnt that a sentence is the simplest form of structure and at least it must consist a subject and verb. When we describe the subject we must be follow the basic rule: size, age,
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Grammar is very difficult for me. I mean I can use correct grammar but the names of tenses, why I use one form or another and things like that are completely confusing. My Chinese employee sometimes c
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This unit discusses some of the most common problem situations that teachers will most likely encounter and how to deal with them efficiently. When teaching the first lesson, a teacher should focus o
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THis section is horribly out of date. I don’t even know where a school can buy a tape recorder or cassette or even a CD player. Life has moved on. All of these this will be downloaded on a usb. Eve
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In this unit I have learnt a lot of new interesting and useful methods and techniques of teaching English. Now I know the meaning of such words like: Grammar-translation, Audio-lingualism, Presentati
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From this unit I improved my knowledge about present tenses in English language. The tense system is probably the area of English language that couses students ?and often teachers? the greatest amount
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In this unit I have learnt a new and really useful information about classroom management. Classroom management is the skill of organising and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and
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In this unit I have learnt a lot of important things. Whatever the level of class, and however the teacher arranges the study phase of the lesson, there are four things that students need to do with n
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