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Aalwynsfontein
In this unit, I learned about the qualities of a good teacher, teachers' roles in the classroom, and the qualities of a good learner. I also learned about the differences in learners' abilities and mo
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Aggeneys
It's really important not to stick to a method but take every class indivitual in the way they are seated and worked with. You as a teacher have to be really careful to react in every situation in the
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Alexander Bay
This unit covered different theories, methods and techniques. It helped me to think about my current teaching practices. I found interesting Engage, Study, and Activate activities that I would like to
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Andriesvale
This was an interesting introduction to the course. I did not know what to expect when I signed up for these classes but I am happy that I did. As a special education teacher, I found parallels with
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Askham
The most important thing I learned while working through this unit is how poor my English grammar knowledge was and still is. For example, I never even heard of a gerund, a verb that functions as a no
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Augrabies
As in any other job where you have to be in front of people, it is so important as a teacher to be prepared. With this chapter I could see how important it is to know, what you will do in a class. The
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Barkly West
In the two videos you could see clearly how the appearance of the teacher makes a difference in the class. The students feel way more comfortable if the teacher is on time and how he talks to them. Th
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Bekker
This unit covered a lot of information relevant to appropriate ESOL classroom instruction, including the many types of methodologies, including the one I was taught German in high school, audio-lingua
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Belmont
Writing English is definitely difficult to learn because it is spelled often so diffenrent then spoken out. I can imagine that it is something you really have to motivate the students to do it. Specia
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Bermolli
English is for sure a difficult language when it comes to pronunciation. Words are often spelled in a different way then pronounced. In my case watching movies in english helped a lot for my pronounci
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Biesiespoort
This unit was a very good refresher course in different parts of speech. While some things came back to me straight away, such as nouns/verbs/adjectives, I had to spend a lot more time focusing on pro
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Britstown
Test are as important for the students then a good prepared lesson. A teacher has to test his students to find out what the level is and what kind of progress his students made. I think it is importan
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Calvinia
If I have to teach this topic I will have to prepare my self really good. I think this kind of grammar is more difficult to teach in a way that the students can understand it well. I learned this gram
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Campbell
Unit 1 discussed the various roles that teachers may fulfill during a lesson and at what time certain roles should be utilized, the various qualities that define a good teacher, the qualities that def
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Carlton
Unit 2 covered the various parts of speech, such as: Nouns (common, proper, compound, abstract, collective, plural, countable, and uncountable nouns), Adjectives (comparative, superlative, descriptive
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Carnarvon
Unit 3 focuses on the various theories, methods, and techniques of teaching, such as: Grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, PPP (presentation, practice, and production), task-based learning, communic
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Carolusberg
The first unit is about teachers and learners, what are the roles and qualities of a good teacher and what characteristics makes a good leaner. A good teacher is a teacher who first of all loves teach
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Colesberg
Although I have a master's degree in English (professional writing and rhetoric), I still found this lesson helpful. It was helpful because I know I can keep this PDF file and use it in the future. I
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Colston
This lesson was more difficult than the previous two lessons. I say this because I have not learned these concepts in any other class I have taken. I was learning a lot more in this section. What stic
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Concordia
I was actually pleased with the first unit because the roles of the teacher are very detailed. Since I currently teach in the USA, I saw all the roles that I have taken on while reading. It was nice t
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Copperton
I want to take back what I said about the third unit because this unit was very challenging for me. I went through the chapter and I thought that I understood all the concepts, but when it came to the
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Danielskuil
In this unit, I learned a lot about how to communicate effectively with students who are learning English as a foreign/second language. It is important to remember to speak at a lower level when givin
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De Aar
I found this unit challenging because every lesson is so similar it is hard to definitively distinguish them at first glance. I had to reread every section multiple times in order to understand the us
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Delportshoop
There were three main portions of this lesson: vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. Vocabulary portion taught when specific vocab should be introduced. For example, vocabulary should be groupe
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Dibeng
I feel more confident in this lesson because the examples given in the unit (on the first page) were easy to follow. I learned about: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect c
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Dingleton
Lesson planning is really important, although, this lesson taught me to allow some flexibility in the class. For my previous jobs, we were required to create a lesson plan for each day and submit it p
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Douglas
Watching the first video, it was easy to point out instantly what the teacher was doing that was wrong. He came off as really rude at the beginning, especially since he scoffed when the students did n
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Fraserburg
In this lesson, I learned about listening and reading for entertainment and for a purpose. I also learned the different types of reading and listening, such as skimming, predictive, scanning, deductio
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Griekwastad
In this lesson, I learned about two productive skills: speaking and writing. I then learned about accuracy and fluency. Accuracy is focusing on correct language, while fluency is focusing on allowing
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Groblershoop
I took linguistics when I was in undergrad and I struggled with it so much because I find phonetics to be so difficult. I remember having to make trees and it would take me so long to do them. This le
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Hopetown
While this lesson was pretty short, it required that I review the previous lessons. I learned about materials used in the classroom. Teachers can use authentic materials, which tend to be more interes
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Jan Kempdorp
This lesson I was really familiar with prior to starting because of my teaching experience. I learned about the different tests that are given in schools. There are placement tests that are given to s
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Kimberley
This lesson taught me about conditionals and reported speech. There are several different conditionals: zero conditional (if/when + present tense, present tense), first conditional (if + present simpl
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Modder River
I actually found parts of this lesson a little out dated for the United States of America, although I am assuming many classrooms overseas might still use these types of equipment and aids. This lesso
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Orania, Northern Cape
In this unit, I learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modals include: can, can't, could, might, shall, should, would, must, have to, ought to, need to, need not. They are used before
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Prieska
In this unit, I learned about teaching special groups. There are several different groups of English learners such as, the absolute beginner, the false beginner, the adult learner, the young beginner,
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Richmond
This unit I learned about the common problems that I might face when teaching English abroad, and I also learned about what the first lesson should look like. My first lesson should be a lesson where
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Springbok
Unit 1 of this course tells us about the criteria of a good teacher and a good learner. It introduces us with 9 possible roles of the teacher to be employed depending on the situation in the class. We
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Strydenburg
The Second Unit of this course introduces us to grammar. First paragraphs tells us about the importance of knowing grammar for an English teacher. Then we proceed to reviewing the basic sentence struc
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Upington
In the beginning of the Unit 3 we learn about different methods and techniques for teaching and learning language. We are told about advantages and disadvantages of those methods. However, none of the
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Victoria West
This Unit starts from introductory to tense system. Here we learn about the importance of distinguishing 12 tenses for an EFL teacher and having sound knowledge of that tense system. Then we learn abo
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Warrenton
Unit 5 is dedicated to Class management. This unit begins with introduction which tell us about the properties of a good teacher and his style of teaching. Then we learn about different roles of the t
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Williston
The Unit 6 is about past tenses. Similar to present tenses unit it tells us about the way these tenses form and situations in which they used. There is a difference between regular and irregular verbs
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