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Aberdeen
In this Unit, I learned the processes involved in teaching a new language. It was divided into three main parts: teaching vocabulary, introducing grammatical structures, and teaching language function
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Bath
In this Unit, we learned about all the future tenses. Their structure and their usages. We also learned students' common mistakes when they are learning those tenses, which mainly come from wrongly st
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Belfast
In this Unit, we learn the importance of planning a lesson, as well as tips on how not to let the lesson planning become so rigid that the teacher has zero flexibility whne teaching a lesson. The Unit
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Birmingham
This Unit was very different from the last ones. Instead of presenting extensive material for study, the unit presented two videos: two demonstrations of the same class. Both videos taught the same le
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Blackburn
This unit provided me with a detailed information regarding the proper usage of modals, active/passive voices and phrasal verbs. Reading this unit, I realized how much of the English grammar lessons w
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Blackpool
In this Unit, we are introduced to the four main skills necessary when learning any new language:two receptive skills - reading and listening, and two productive skills - speaking and writing. The les
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Bolton
In this Unit, we continue the four main skills necessary when learning any new language: two receptive skills - reading and listening, and two productive skills - speaking and writing. The lesson deta
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Bournemouth
As some students may find it confusing, being able to properly speak/write with the correct conditional phrasing is important. It will better express what the student wants to say and is easier to un
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Bradford
In this Unit, we learn about pronunciation, probably the most overlooked aspect of English teaching. The unit exposed subjects concerning phonology in a broad and rich perspective: intonation and tech
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Brighton
There are many different ways to express the same thought. It is import to use the proper form at the proper time to express the thought desired. Auxiliary verbs can help the listener understand the
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Bristol
Teaching to different ages can be challenging if not prepared properly. Remember to use English when teaching not the L1. Speak slowly and at the proper age level. Use gestures and mimes for beginne
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Bury
There are a few common problems that a teacher can encounter with a new class. The fist lesson are easier with an existing group because the students already know and are comfortable with each other.
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Cambridge
Unit 16 my reflection this unit is very interesting a lot to learn and digest. And quiet difficult to understand at first but once you grasp the concept in comes with ease. My favorite thing about thi
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Cardiff
Unit 16 my reflection this unit is very interesting a lot to learn and digest. In this unit I found most interest the part about Computers there is so many websites that help to teach English is incre
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Carlisle
In this unit, we are introduced to books and materials used my teacher in the classroom. Materials are divided into authentic (real) and created (for the purpose of the class). The unit shows extensiv
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Colchester
Unit 19 all about the different type of student you can teach from children to adults. And business English as well I think I would like to try teaching business English to see what it’s like and al
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Coventry
Unit 20 finished in this unit I learnt all about teaching problem that can accrue for a teacher. For example a level different between student and having lots of student at the same time to teach. Al
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Crawley
Unit 16 teaches about conditionals and reported speech; the conditionals section covers zero, first, second, third and mixed conditionals; it discusses typical student mistakes and errors and gives te
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Darlington
The board, interactive whiteboards, overhead projectors, visual aids; worksheets and work cards, the cassette recorder, the CD player, videos and DVD's; video camera, dictionaries, course books; resou
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Derby
In this unit, we learn about evaluating and testing, from different ways of evaluating and testing students' levels and progresses to common external exams which prove proficiency of the English langu
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Dudley
Unit 19 discusses teaching beginners the english language; it discusses teaching individual students and children; teaching business english and teaching english for specific purposes is discussed; a
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Dundee
In this unit, we learn more about equipment and teaching aids that enhance the teaching environment of the classroom. Throughout the lesson, it was given many, many examples of equipment and teaching
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Eastbourne
The return to the subject of English grammar took adjusting to and more time was psent digesting the content given. The closer look at the different forms of conditional sentences and how to teach the
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Edinburgh
This unit was the final unit about the English grammar, with a special notice that the course only covered the basics of grammar and the majority of the issues our students usually face when learning
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Exeter
Unit 18 looked closely at importance of modal verbs in English communication which is an area I was highly unaware of in the English language prior to reading the unit. Like most of the coverage of En
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Gateshead
The contents of unit 19 about various classroom scenarios that I may encounter in my teaching career was very useful in knowing the different needs of each group. I felt it was valuable in understandi
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Glasgow
The unit in understanding the most common problems that teachers encounter in the classroom. It was interesting to be informed about how to deal with large classes, reluctant students and multi-level
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Gloucester
In this Unit, we have a more in-depth view of the various types of classes we may come in contact with while teaching, such as: teaching beginners, , individual students, children, business English or
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Huddersfield
In this unit, we come across the most common problems that may arise during a lesson and suggestions about how teachers could/should deal with them. The unit covered first lessons, warmers, different
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Ipswich
This unit helped me to deepen my understanding of modal verbs and their usages. It is important to be able to distinguish the usages and context for each modal verb so that students can better underst
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Kingston upon Hull
Unit 2 describes the difference between parts of speech and explains the most importsnt rules about each part. 1)Nouns:a)commom ( no capital letter), b)proper( names, always capital letter),c) compoun
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Leeds
I think this unit is quite helpful. It provides some suggestions for how to deal with teaching a large class. The use of worksheets and pair work seem to be some good ways to ensure a successful lesso
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Leicester
There are different methodologies of teaching:1) Grammar-translation (mainstay); 2)Audio-lingualism (usage of long-repetition drills); 3)PPP(presentation, practicing, production;PPP is the most popul
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Liverpool
During this unit I learned that you have stay organized prior to the lessons. Being prepaid with your equipment is important before the students arrive in the class. For example, if you wanted to sh
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London
I learned during this unit that the charts giving in the readings can help you understand the material more. Depending on the level of class you are teaching at a time, you can use process of elimina
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Luton
During this unit I learned the different strategies in approaching your students. Each class will vary in language levels so, not all classes will have learned as much as the other class. This is pr
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Maidstone
During this unit I learned that you have to be controlling and patient with your students. As a teacher I would like to see all of the students participating equally. This would be the ideal classro
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Manchester
There are 12 tenses. Present tense is broken down in four categories: Present Simple, Present Continuous Present Perfect, Present Perfect Continious. There are three forms: affirmative(positive), nega
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Middlesbrough
It is very interesting to read about the amount of equipment and teaching aids that we have at our fingertips, I like the fact that we have a lot of options available to help us with our lesson and le
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Milton Keynes
There are a lot of factors what help a teacher to manage a class. Teacher should always remember about eye contact during study stage. Eye contact should be avoyed during activities to make student fe
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Newcastle upon Tyne
Past tenses: Past Simple(I went), Past Continuous (I was going), Past Perfect (I had gone), Past Perfect Continuous(I had been going). We use Past Simple for a past action when the time is given; when
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Newport
Teaching vocabulary is very important, especially for the beginners. Teachers should pay attention on appropriateness to the students and to the task, frequency and coverage, teachability. We use pict
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Northampton
We use next tenses when we talk about future: 1) The Future Simple; 2) The Future Continuous; 3)The Future Perfect; 4) The Future Perfect Continuous; 5) Be going + infinitive; 6) The Present Simple; 7
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Norwich
Lesson planning helps teachers to see clearly what they aspect from students, helps to keep on target and make a record of what a class has done. Lesson planning is useful in case of covering. A plan
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Nottingham
This unit discuss about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voices. Essential basic grammar for EFL. Modal auxillary verbs and their basic usage. Auxillary verbs like may , might, need to, must, have to
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Oldham
This unit discuss about Teaching special groups. The special groups or classes are the absolute beginner, the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young beginner, and the Beginner without Roman alp
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Oxford
A teacher should always start a lesson with greetings and should know students’ names. A teacher should start a lesson with an engage stage, but students have to feel comfortable during this stage
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Peterborough
Receptive skills( reading and listening) and productive skills ( speaking and writing) are all equally important and a teacher should try to improve every skill during the class. People read for purpo
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Plymouth
Writing and speaking are productive skills. Teachers are usually concentrated on speaking and give writing tasks as a home work. Speaking activities in the classroom improve accuracy and fluency. For
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Poole
This unit seemed to cover random parts of grammar that didn't really seem to fit with each other. The definitions and explanations of the phrasal verbs had a lot to be desired. They didn't make sense
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