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Abanda
I have come across a few reluctant students before and it is not easy to motivate them or keep their attention on the lessons. In this unit, I am happy to learn that there are many ways to overcome t
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Abbeville
This unit deals with the parts of speech. The part of speech indicates how the word functions in meaning as well as grammatically within the sentence. In English the main parts of speech are noun, pr
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Abel
Past tenses: Past simple: form (subject+verb+ed+object) regular • For completed actions in the past. I played basketball yesterday. We use auxiliary (did) for negative and interrogative forms For
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Abernant
Grammar and vocabulary are the basics in learning any language. As learnt before, there are many structures to follow through teaching such as: “straight arrow ESA”, “Boomerang” and “Patchwo
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Acmar
Future tenses: Future simple: form (subject+ will + infinitive verb+ object) • Usage: future facts, promises, predictions based on no present evidence, assumptions, spontaneous decisions and threat
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Ada
Lesson planning One of the most important factors for a teacher to deliver the lesson effectively is to have a ready lesson plan before each class. A lesson plan can be written in many forms whether i
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Adamsville
In the first lesson, the teacher had poor rapport with the students and unclear guide to every activity. While demonstrating the activity the teacher didn’t explain to the students what they’re su
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Addison
This unit gives a brief overview of resources that a teacher can use in the classroom. The unit shows the materials, resources and technologies, such as white/black board, interactive whiteboard, over
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Adger
This unit explores the English grammar, specifically modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, relative clauses and passive voice. The unit shows the basic rules for so called "modals", which are: can, co
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Akron
Receptive skills such as reading and listening as the skills where the learners do not need to produce, they only receive and understand it. These skills contrast with the productive skills (speaking
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Alabama City
The unit focused on the two basic materials that are often used in the classroom as part of the lesson design, thus authentic materials and non-authentic materials. Authentic materials have some disad
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Alabama Port
This Chapter dealt with the various speech therapies there are and the adaptation of games to suitable use in the course of teaching business English. It also highlighted the various resource material
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Alabaster
Communication is an extremely complex function in learning and using a new language however, there are some generalizations that we can make about the majority of communicative events and these will h
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Alberta
The unit gives all the parts that go to making up sentences known as the parts of speech. A very simple sentence can be an object and a verb but there are many more aspects to make a richer sentence a
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Albertville
This unit is discussing present tenses and I have learnt how difficult it can be to explain what I understand naturally. I feel this is one of the most difficult concepts to articulate and I intend to
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Alden
Unit 6 talked about the different forms and usages of the four past tenses. The unit introduced regular and irregular verbs and the difficulty associated with them,and the fact that it is experience t
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Alexander City
This unit dealt with how a cv should be brief but details, some information are important and one should not leave it out thus personal information then followed by the most import section: qualificat
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Alexandria
UNIT 8 is talking about the seven future tenses and whilst the basis of all tenses past , present and future are similar , the future introduces three more possibilities , two of which we have experie
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Aliceville
This unit focuses on the teaching of Pronunciation and Phonology. It suggests that while this is an important area of learning it can be often neglected. The way a sentence is spoken with the intonat
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Allen
The unit talks about the Conditional and Reported Speech Grammar. The five Conditional of zero, 1st,2nd , 3rd and mixed have the words If / when as the conditional and depending upon the tense it ca
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Allgood
Unit 17 lists all the different teaching aids and how they can be used in the most effective ways in the classroom . Using the different aids can bring variety and create greater interest to engage th
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Alma
Unit 18 completes the essential basics of English grammar that is taught to EFL. The topics discussed were modal verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses.I have learnt more about the
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Almond
Unit 19 talks about the different types of classes. These can be the four types of beginners,adults ,children, the absolute beginners , beginners who have learnt some skills but have retained little a
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Alpine
This unit has looked at some of the common problems and situations that can occur in a classroom setting. Teaching a new group requires developing a rapport with them and each other. In the new group
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Alton
The unit and the test itself was very useful. I made a review of my English knowledge. I do not teach Grammar right now and I do not need to refresh my memory these days. However, just like it was sai
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Altoona
Before reading this unit I was afraid it would take a long time to make a proper review of all the tenses. I was very happy to notice that my knowledge are still strong in this field. it was useful to
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Andalusia
Just like the previous unit I feared I might not be able to remember the exact usage of past tenses, especially past perfect tenses, both simple and continuous. But, while reading the unit, I remember
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Anderson
I have to admit that future tenses were more difficult to review, the truth is it is only know I can tell for sure that I know how to use them properly. And I must admit I never used present tense sim
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Anne Manie
In this unit I was given an overview of what to expect from this course. It explained to me how the course and online tutors work. It also talked about some aims and objectives of this course. Next, I
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Anniston
I agree with the intro of this unit and I must admit that I never payed much attention of this aspect when I started to study English. My teacher of English only spent two classes to teach us the rule
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Aquilla
The Conditionals' and the Reported Speech was never a problem for me to understand and I remember I enjoyed the classes when our teacher of English was giving us exercises in order to understand and f
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Arab
This unit was a pleasant way to remember how I used the teaching equipment in China durind the last year. starting with the whiteboard , a tool I used in China for the frst time in my life, as I only
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Ardmore
This unit made me remember first of all the basic rules of the modal auxiliary verbs because I had the tendency of confusing the exact usage of may and might. Then it was extremely useful to have a co
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Argo
This unit was pleasant while reading about the beginners approach as I myself had to deal with beginners in my English classes in China. I was happy to identify the categories of beginners - absolute
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Ariton
This unit was useful in learning tips about how to deal with first classes. It was pleasant to discover that I was using these tips by instinct but now it's all clear exactly how to approach my first
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Arkadelphia
Phonetics, also known as phonemics, is the study of special sound modules in languages. It can be compared to sounds, a study of human speech in general, including the expression and perception of sou
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Arley
I was confused about the difference between 'routine' and 'habit'. I had a hard time with question 8. The first answer option corresponds with number 1 on page 5. The second answer option ('Routines')
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Arlington
Learning a foreign language may be challenging for most people due to the differences in shape and structure between their mother tongue and new ones. However, there are some tools that facilitate lea
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Armstrong
In an educational framework, assessment, evaluation and testing are used to measure the amount of student-specific materials are students mastering and the extent to which students meet the goals and
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Ashford
After reading the unit, I got very good ideas on how to teach my students conditionals and reported speech. Teaching ideas for conditionals such as splitting sentences, completing the conditional sent
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Ashland
Educational aids are an essential component of any language course. There are many benefits of educational aids such as helping learners to improve their reading comprehension skills, articulating or
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Ashville
Teaching modals: You can start by entering all the conditional actions you want to talk about. It may include, may, must, might, could, should, can and could according to the level of your class, you
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Athens
Teaching children: Do not ever make the mistake of appearing in the classroom without preparation, and think that you will figure out something to do when your class is full of children. Preparation i
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Atmore
Teaching English as a Foreign Language is a challenging but rewarding career choice. As an ESL teacher, you must learn to adapt constantly to the needs of your students. Often, this means dealing with
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Attalla
In this unit i learnt what makes a good teacher, their roles and when. Its also important as a teacher to learn when to switch between the roles. Learners are an important part of a classroom which c
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Auburn
The unit gives all the parts that go to making up sentences known as the parts of speech. A very simple sentence can be an object and a verb but there are many more aspects to make a richer sentence a
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Autauga County
In this unit I learned about a teacher's role in a classroom. I also learned about some different kinds of BE students that I can expect to have. Next, some potential problems that may arise when teac
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Autaugaville
This unit is discussing present tenses and I have learnt how difficult it can be to explain what I understand naturally. I feel this is one of the most difficult concepts to articulate and I intend to
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Avon
Unit 6 talked about the different forms and usages of the four past tenses. The unit introduced regular and irregular verbs and the difficulty associated with them,and the fact that it is experience t
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Awin
UNIT 8 is talking about the seven future tenses and whilst the basis of all tenses past , present and future are similar , the future introduces three more possibilities , two of which we have experie
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