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Addo
Unit 6 The Past Tenses. The main past tences fall into past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. They are help us to say about action, which was in the past. We are using
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Adelaide
The unit contains basics of the language. It must be learned by everyone, who learns English. There are only three tenses - present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect con
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Adendorp
Unit-5: Managing Classes How important Eye contact, Gestures and the voice of the teacher. How to discipline the classroom , giving information to the students, Rapport building, writing on the board
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Alderley
Unit 7 Teaching new language considers approach with typical ESA structures, such as Boomerang, Straight arrow and Patchwork for learning, their Engage, Study and Activate methods. They can involve a
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Alexandria
Unit 8 Future tenses considers seven most common future tenses: 1. Future simple - for expressing future facts and certainties, promises, predictions, assumptions/speculations, spontaneous decisions a
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Alice
Unit 9 Lesson Planning considers importantsa of planning lesson: 1. An aid to planning - you can use the document during the lesson 2. A working document - a lesson plan helps you to keep on target an
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Alicedale
Unit 10 - Video lessons provide us good and bad examples of teaching students. When I saw the first lesson, I felt discouraged and unmotivated to learn, because if I was in class, I would be look lik
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Aliwal North
Unit 11 - Teaching receptive skills This unit considers receiptive skills, such as listening and reading, reasons and motives for reading and listening into two categories - for a purpose and for ent
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Bailey
Unit 12 considers two productive skills - writing and speaking. While speaking and writing are substantially different in many ways, they both are used for the same purpose – to communicate. Accura
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Balfour
Unit 13 Teaching Pronunciation & Phonology Pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of English language teaching. Most pronunciation, as a result, tends to concentrate on individual sounds,
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Barakke
Unit 14 - Coursebooks and lesson materials This unit considers studying with course books and lesson materials. Aunthetic materials are not designed for EFL students, so they can not be suited for st
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Barkly East
In unit 15 I found out about kinds of tests, which divided into placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests and practice tests. Placement tests are used for assisting the formation of groups of
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Baroe
Unit 16 considers more difficult bulding of the sentences - conditionals & reported speech. Conditionals divide into Zero conditional - if/when + present tense, present tense; first conditional - if +
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Bathurst
Unit 17 considers teaching process with help of equipment and technic aids. Different schools, of course, have different resources available to teachers. 1) The board - All classrooms should have a bo
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Bedford
Unit 18 Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice considers modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice in detail, as well as a brief overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses. The 'modals' are: c
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Behulpsaam
Unit 19 Teaching special groups In this unit we will look at these more specialized groups. Teaching beginners. Beginners divide into the following groups: the absolute beginner, the false beginner, t
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Bell
Unit 20: Troubleshooting considers very helpful aspects of english teaching. The first lesson can be very taugh for teacher without teaching experience, and the first thing of this unit considers it.
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Bellevue
I have been teaching for the past 24 years. I must say that I have observed all the facts and principles stated therein from the roles of the teacher, qualities of a good teacher and learners.This co
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Berlin
I am not an English major. The brief summary of the Parts of speech is truly a big help. Here the author dealt carefully with the differences of each part of speech in such a way that I can underst
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Bethelsdorp
I honestly got a hard time doing this activity.The theories are quite confusing. I think ESA or engage, study and activate is the most effective method in planning an English lesson. It is precise an
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Bhisho
Upon reading the title the course, the first thing that came in my mind was , " This is such an easy topic. " I was wrong. The simple tense yes but with the present continuous, present perfect and pr
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Bityi
This unit is more likely similar to Cooperative learning technique that I have attended years ago. Although cooperative deals more on the activities like having a graphic organizer that can help the s
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Bonza Bay
In summary effective teachers possess a number of qualities including patience and kindness. They should be motivating and knowledgeable and above all demonstrate their love and dedication for the ro
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Braunschweig
This unit is really of great help. Everything is given here on how the students may learn vocabulary, grammar and functions.I see ESA method as an effective way to introduce new language. I have learn
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Burgersdorp
I just realized that it is hard to to think about the things that will happen far ahead but it is easy to talk about them. Talking about the future makes it possible to make plans and predictions, c
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Butterworth
Applying ESA in lesson planning is a good experience because everything is actually provided in the past units. All the theories, methods and techniques were clearly presented and the examples given w
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Cala
With the video presentation, I was able to figure out the parts of the lesson. The teacher had done well in the second presentation. He shows connection to the students by introducing himself and kno
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Cambria
I am aware that in teaching English, there are skills that need to be developed among our students. they are the reading and comprehension, listening, speaking and writing. I have learned in the past
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Cannon Rocks
I find the lesson planning quire challenging in a typical writing activity. I have never tried the activity. Usually when we have lesson in writing, we present a short story. Write down some questions
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Cape St. Francis
I have been teaching Kindergarten for ten years. I can teach the children the correct sound of the alphabet. As a matter of fact in less than 6 months, my students are already readers.I must admit tha
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Cathcart
With such a limited time in lesson preparation, the Course book is a big help. Here in our company, we are teaching whole day from Mondays through Saturday. I must admit that we don't have much time t
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Chalumna
Since I started teaching I have been giving pretest or diagnostic test to find the levels of my students. I came from a school in the past that requires having a pretest before the teaching and post t
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Chintsa
I worked so hard for this unit. Usually, we don't really pay apply this in our day to day activities. When we talk, we never think what kind of conditionals we are saying and we never really follow th
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Clarkebury
I have been using almost all the materials presented in the unit. I used audio visual materials when presenting my lesson. I am using some of the websites given as references for activities to further
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Clifford
There were instances in the past that I got hard time understanding a co worker from New Zealand because I think that when he talks, he eats the words and doesn't open his mouth big to produce the so
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Coega
Since I started teaching, I have been doing some of the given principles here like the Pretest to find out where the students are. And a post test to find out how well the students learned from the le
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Coffee Bay
This unit is the easiest actually as I have been practicing this in my teaching career for more than two decades. I was thinking that trouble shooting will be dealing with the difficult behaviours in
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Cofimvaba
As a teacher of English language learners having a basic understanding of grammatical conventions and structures is essential for providing well-structured, content rich lessons that will provide the
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Coghlan
There are a number of different methodologies for language learning ranging from very structured approaches to more informal methods. Engage, Study and Activate is a successful approach that incorpora
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Colchester
I learned a lot from this macro-overlook at teachers and learners. Besides all of the obvious technical groupings that I did not know before, I was really intrigued by the difference between young lea
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Coleford
After living offshore for a number of years, unit 1 of this course makes clear sense to me. The representation of the different levels of English proficiency are precise, and I can relate that to my
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Cookhouse
Understanding classroom dynamic is important, and this lesson helps to clarify what to look out for. After studying this, I feel more prepared to set up a classroom, as well as recognizing patterns fr
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Cradock
This section brought back memories of the English classes I had decades ago. The author did a great job giving examples of each part of the sentence structure. I have a new respect for the way sente
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Döhne
The usage of the ESA methods in this section do a good job of reiterating what their purpose is. The author did a great job of breaking down which one would be more effective in teaching vocabulary,
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Despatch
This section was much easier to relate to. I've trained thousands of call center employees over the years and a lot of this goes hand-in-hand with my experience. Eye contact and a smile go a long wa
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Dordrecht
Lesson planning is a good way to be organized; however, I feel one doesn't necessarily need to "stick" to the plan. Being flexible and adjusting the class time usage along the way would be practical.
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Dutywa
This unit made teaching style effectiveness very clear. Video 1 is a great example of how not to teach a class. It was a little exaggerated, but shows a perfect example of mistakes that are probably
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East London
I felt that unit was good in its concision, and also presented a much clearer outline of the Engage, Study and Activate layout. I didn't feel the confusion that I felt in other units, and I felt more
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Elliot
I enjoyed reading how to teach writing versus reading skills in this lesson. I often agree that when a student is learning a new language, spelling practice is lacking. In my case, I learn how to spea
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Engcobo
This unit was very helpful in learning more about specific teaching methods for teaching English as a second language. We learned the most effective lesson structure- Engage, Study and Activate, as we
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