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Abilene
There are special groups beginners fall into the are: beginners, individual, young learners, business English learners, monolingual and multilingual learners, and there are special things to do and k
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Akron
We (the teacher) will be faced with a number of new classes for the first time, some small classes and perhaps large classes, classes where the students know each other (existing group), and or a clas
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Albuquerque
For the contents of this unit, it covered the complicated concepts of conditionals and reported speech. I feel that I have learned a lot from how to explain the conditionals and reported speech concep
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Alexandria
This unit covered the different resources a teacher may have in an EFL/ESL classroom. It outlined the advantages of each resource (such as overhead projectors, smart boards, DVDs and CDs, among many
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Allentown
In Unit 18, the content covered phrasal verbs, passive voice, and modals. It outlined the different modal auxiliary verbs and their usages, the appropriate usage of passive voice, and the different ty
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Amarillo
In Unit 13, the learning content covered different English classes that an English language instructor could teach, such as beginners classes, monolingual versus multilingual classes, business English
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Anaheim
This unit covered content on how to manage the most common problems an English language instructor may face in the classroom – including low student engagement, first lessons, different student leve
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Anchorage
The 17th unit was great, I've got to know about new equipment for teaching. But there was an information about some old-fashioned equipment like cassettes, the last time I saw that was in 2007. My kno
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Ann Arbor
The 18th unit was very interesting for me, because I love grammar. I found that I have to study deeper passive voice clauses. I'm quite weak in theory, so it was a bit hard for me to pass this test, i
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Arlington Texas
In this unit we learned about conditionals. Conditionals are sentences containing the word "if" which refer to the past, present and future possibilities. There are five main conditionals: zero condit
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Arlington Virginia
I think that these areas of English grammar can cause the most confusion to English learners since they vary and change from basic patterns tremendously. For example, the difference in nuance between
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Arvada
This was a great unit to remind me of how many parts of the English language that I simply am. accustomed to now. The unit had me questioning my own manner of speaking and thinking in English. Which,
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Athens
The 20th unit was about general troubleshooting like: how to deal with reluctant students, how to teach mixed-level groups etc. Also there were useful tips for the first lesson like: warm-ups, establi
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Atlanta
This unit provides an overview of the numerous resources available for teachers to use in the classroom as aids to teaching and lesson planning. Conventional classroom tools such as whiteboards, works
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Augusta
This unit gives an overview of the usage of modal verbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. A list of the most commonly used modal verbs is provided along with examples of proper
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Aurora Colorado
This unit was especially difficult as the last 10 questions were linked to unit 3. I have come to realize that though this course offers certain methods to teach English, that there is not one single
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Aurora Illinois
I must admit that I had difficulty in this unit modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses. These topic is not easy to comprehend as it is more on the rules of grammar. H
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Austin
This unit deals with some of the different types of groups that a teacher may have as students. These may be groups of beginners, young learners, adults looking to learn English relevant to their prof
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Bakersfield
This unit gives tips on how to approach numerous classroom situations and difficulties. A good start should be building initial rapport and finding out relevant information about the students (abiliti
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Baltimore
I think it is interesting to reflect on my own experiences with teaching aids back in my high school days compared to what I use in my classes now. I remember that IWBs/smart boards were just becoming
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Baton Rouge
Modals are something I've done in my current class, so that particular information is not terribly new to me. The part of this lesson that I find the most confusing is the phrasal verbs. It definitely
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Beaumont
I think that this unit is very helpful. I wanted to learn more about the techniques used to teach "false beginners," as they comprise a majority of my classes. They have been exposed to English for so
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Bellevue
I feel there's many things to keep in mind when trying to solve problems. The "large classes" section is the most relevant to me, since the absolute smallest of my classes is still 15 people. Typicall
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Berkeley
This unit illustrates the many tools teachers can use to help educate the students. From boards, to projectors, media devices, and in certain areas that can afford it, computers. It's up to the teache
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Billings
This unit covers modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. Modal verbs are selective words listed in the unit that allow us to voice various concepts like obligation, permission, advice
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Birmingham
In this unit, it illustrates the wide variety of learners out there. From different aged beginners, to one-on-one educating, and even business English. Personally, I would love to work with absolute b
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Boise
This unit is like the icing on the cake. With all the education in mind, the teacher can forget that these kids are hungry for the knowledge, they just haven't been given certain patience, or attentiv
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Boston
Using the teaching equipement effetively.interactive boards which is reffered as smart board is used world wide to use it we should test it before the class, we can make our own lesson planning...over
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Boulder
These grammar subjects are one of the most confusing subject. Students keep making mistakes and using them wrongly. In fact i find modal verbs and passive voice easy. For foreigh students they keep tr
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Bridgeport
The way of teaching may be different from a level to another. we have 4 categories of beginners. The absolute beginner, the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young beginner and the beginners who
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Brownsville
It was very useful in this unit to read about the pros and cons of the different types of grouping students, as I often wonder which is best for each activity. I also found it beneficial to learn abou
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Buffalo
In this unit, I learned about different kinds of equipment and visual aids that can be utilized by teachers in the ESL classroom. Many of the types of equipment mentioned are obsolete and unused becau
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Burbank
In this unit, I learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. I struggled with this unit quite a bit because of the subtle difference in meaning of modals, the different types of phrasal ver
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Cambridge
In this unit, I learned about teaching beginners, teaching individual students, teaching children, teaching adults, and teaching monolingual or multilingual classes. Teaching each category of students
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Cape Coral
In this unit, I learned about possible problems that may arise in classes due to class engagement, varying language levels within a class, large class size, use of native language, reluctant students,
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Carrollton
Equipment and teaching aids Teaching equipment Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. Different schools, of course,
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Cedar Rapids
Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice Grammar In this unit we will finish our look at English grammar. Please be aware that you will have only covered the essential basic grammar that is commonly
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Chandler
Teaching special groups Types of classes So far, we have looked at teaching groups of adult students of general English. sooner or later however, you are likely to come across other forms of teachin
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Charlotte
Troubleshooting Common problem situations In this unit we will look at some of the most common problem situations that the teachers can encounter in the classroom and also suggest ways of dealing
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Chattanooga
Unit 17 goes over different types of aids for teaching effectively. These aids include dictionaries, cassette players, CD/DVD players, video recording, video clips, worksheets, overhead projectors, i
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Chicago
Unit 18 speaks of modals, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. Modal auxiliary verbs involve the expression of different ideas, to include obligation, probability, permission/prohibition, ability, and ad
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Chula Vista
Unit 19 goes over special groups, like young learners, business English, and mono/multilingual learners. The unit discusses things to consider when teaching these different kinds of groups. Children
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Cincinnati
Unit 20 provides teachers with an idea of the types of problem situations that could arise when they begin teaching. It speaks of the importance of establishing rapport for student to student and tea
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Clarksville
This unit has helped me refresh and remember a lot of different contents related to Parts of Speech and especially its names and classifications. A lot of times, once we know how to use something, we
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Clearwater
This unit covers another essential part of English grammar by looking at the range of other commonly taught subject.This unit looks closely at the importance of modal verbs and it's usages in English
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Cleveland
This unit covers various classroom scenarios that anyone can encountered in his/her career.Its looks into the techniques and activity that can be used when teaching specific group such as Beginners, Y
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Colorado Springs
This Unit has taught me different theories, methods, and techniques to apply when teaching English to students of different levels. From all of the different methodologies, such as the Grammar-transla
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Columbia
In this unit, it introduces us about the use of teaching equipment and teaching aids. There are many different kinds of teaching equipment which can be found in classrooms: white/black board, interact
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Columbus Georgia
Teaching students reported or indirect speech can be complicated by all the changes that are required when moving from direct speech into reported speech. This unit helped me a lot when I was preparin
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Columbus Ohio
This unit discusses most common problems that a teacher encounters in the classroom and provided suggestion on how to deal with it. The problems are real scenarios which are often encountered in EFL t
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