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Akiachak
There are three different types of tenses in English with each of the type sub-divided into four. The form of the tense shows the rules and regulations of the grammar points. The present simple focuse
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Akutan
Lesson five provided examples of supplemental material to use in the classroom when teaching younger learners. There were two parts to the reading in this unit; the first part provided the examples of
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Alakanuk
Again like the previous lesson I found some confusion in the wording of the questions/answers provided and feel that these maybe don't accurately portray the level of knowledge I have. For example the
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Anchor Point
In this course, first, I learned about what to expect from TEYL course and how it works. I also learned about how this course can be beneficial to me. A break down of all 6 units in this course was gi
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Anchorage
Pronunciations differ depending on where the speaker is coming from. Even two different native speakers might pronounce one particular word differently depending on their accents. There are two things
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Badger
I learned that there are many tenses I use while speaking everyday that I don't even usually think about. I didn't know that there was present perfect, or present perfect progressive forms, and i hard
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Barrow
The role teachers play in class is very crucial to the learning process and its influence on the learner. This unit throws more light on class layout and the benefits to teaching. Sometimes, l have ch
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Bear Creek
Unit 1 contains a general overview of the teaching young learners course, including what will be covered in future units (i.e. teaching and learning, course development, materials and management, teac
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Bethel
I loved this unit! I have previously taken linguistics classes and I am familiar with the IPA and places of articulation as well. It was a very nice review to refresh my IPA reading and vocabulary I'v
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Big Delta
Unit 3 discusses course development, from how to assess the language levels and needs of students, to designing a syllabus, to exams students may need to prepare for, and finally evaluations for both
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Big Lake
Unit six of the ITTT Specialised Course (Teaching English to Young Learners) provided me with greater understanding relating to: * Cultural issues that may arise, and aspects to consider. * Methods of
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Buffalo Soapstone
Unit 4 discusses classroom materials and how they may be used, as well as ways to maintain order and discipline in the classroom. Materials may include anything such as worksheets, pictures, videos, a
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Butte
This was a fun lesson as it gave some good examples and links for different created materials as well as highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of using created material/text books, and authent
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Chena Ridge
Unit 6 covers potential cultural issues you may find when teaching abroad (i.e. remaining conservative in dress/manner/gestures until you're certain you won't cause offense), how to search/apply for t
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Chevak
This unit provided a brief overview of learning and behavior theories. I read about differences between native language acquisition and language learning. Ways to structure a lesson, with 3 main stage
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Cohoe
Building rapport is very essential in managing a class. it helps in dealing with discipline and behavioural issues. It also helps in creating a general conducive atmosphere for effective lesson delive
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College
   This unit it seemed to me  a little tricky  when it comes to teaching it to students , especially for those having English as their second language. The  conditionals  'if' or 'When' (might,m
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Community name
This unit gives guidelines when it comes to lesson planning. The material covers reasons and principles for writing a lesson plan and points that should be included. An example lesson plan is given. A
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Cordova
Unit 18 covers the following grammar topics: modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. Form and usage for modals as well as for the passive voice are being covered. Rel
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Craig
In Unit 6 I have learned about the cultural mannerisms and customs when teaching in different regions of the world. The unit included excellent Websites and resources for manners, customs and behavior
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Delta Junction
Unit four of the ITTT Specialised Course (Teaching English to Young Learners) provided me with greater understanding relating to: * materials available for use in the classroom generally. * advantages
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Deltana
Unit 4 describes the materials, planning and activation of the lesson. It explains a variety of ideas to engage, study and activate the students. Some of the methods for engaging students, hang man an
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Diamond Ridge
Unit 4 gives an overview of the 4 present tenses - present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. It describes the form of each tense and its usage and additionall
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Dillingham
This course gave me a few interactive ideas on how to engage a classroom. I think i'd enjoy teaching through the use of photos, games, role-playing and debate. I feel like it would be a positive way t
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Eielson AFB
This unit discusses different teaching strategies and themes, such as using songs/chants/music, playing games, using stories, arts and crafts, and seasonal activities around the world. Songs are a gre
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Emmonak
I learned about being a patient teacher and how to avoid conflict. Sometimes my first instinct is to become irritated when I'm not being listened to, and for a classroom setting, that won't be helpful
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Ester
Teaching aids and equipment helps the teacher to make lessons more effective and quite interesting. Dictionaries, CD players, photocopiers, OHPs, worksheets, etc, are but a few resources that can make
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Fairbanks
I learned that there are many more parts of speech than native English speakers realize they're using. I didn't consider beforehand that there were multiple types of adjectives such as adjective prono
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Farm Loop
Unit 6 gives an overview of the 4 past tenses - past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. The form and use are being discussed and some teaching ideas are given. In some
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Farmers Loop
Unit one of the ITTT Specialised Course (Teaching English to Young Learners) provided me with greater understanding relating to: * Various types of testing suited to different aptitude levels. * The u
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Fishhook
From my experience as a teacher, I combining songs , games, stories and art makes learning perfect. Kids at the lower level are normally active and tend to enjoy good songs or rhymes regularly in the
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Fox River
In this unit I learnt the importance of carefully selecting articles and stories to read to the students, teaching the students difficult vocabulary that will be in the text before beginning to read t
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Fritz Creek
Unit 2 discusses theories about learning and development, how languages are learned, and the best environments for students to learn. There are many development and learning theories. The maturation t
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Funny River
In unit 2 I have learned learning and developmental theories like the maturation theory. According to this theory there is a natural sequence of events that will take place, regardless of any other st
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Gambell
Receptive skills involve listening and reading. They are as important as other skills in language learning which are speaking ant writing. There are many reasons for using these skills. sometimes, the
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Gateway
This unit gives an overview of the different types of classes a teacher might come across - beginners, young learners or multilingual versus monolingual classes. There are also some special types of
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Goldstream
ESA methods can be used to introduce new language easily. Vocabulary plays an important role in language learning, especially at the very early stages.Before introducing new vocabulary, the teacher sh
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Haines
Teaching English sometimes is not just about the management of the class, lesson plans, etc. As a teacher, we have to be ready and consider some of the cultural issues when teaching in some regions of
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Happy Valley
Unit 5 covers different aspects of classroom management. It explores the pros and cons of different classroom arrangements as well as ways of grouping the students. Moreover, guidelines are given for
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Healy
I enjoyed reading the different types of teacher aids because i do believe that they are effective in helping the teacher keep their lessons mixed, exciting and fun. Most of the explanations were pret
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Homer
From this unit i learned the difference between teaching children and adults. i learned that children have more confidence and enjoy activities and group settings more than adults. I learned about bei
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Hoonah
Watching the two video clips, I've realised that the engage state is very important in an ESA lesson because it helps the students to have an idea of what is going to be learned. Also the attitude and
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Hooper Bay
In Unit 4 I have learned about authentic and non-authentic materials which can be used in the classroom. Authentic materials are material that have been produced for a real purpose and not for the cla
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Houston
Books and materials, as I learned from this unit , are very important tools a teacher should pay a attention to . My favorite from all of them that i think it could be perfect for teaching are : th
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Juneau
From Unit 4, I have come to realize that what a famous general said years ago is indeed true "Preparation is the Key to Success." Granted this can be considered cliche but the degree of preparation -
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Kalifornsky
Evaluation and testing are very integral parts of language learning. It helps to know the language level of students, how much content they have acquired, and also the strengths and weaknesses of indi
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Kenai
In this final unit we will consider some of the cultural issues you should be aware of when teaching in different regions of the world. We will then look at ways of seeking, applying for and keeping e
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Ketchikan
     This unit describes the methods used for evaluating students and their level of knowledge in English. There are multiple ways to assess a student:  - TUTORIALS - which to my understanding ar
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Kipnuk
Here we learn about several things together: the way to better project ourselves as professionals when looking for a job, what things to consider when applying for a job in a country with a different
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Klawock
Although most of the topics covered in this Unit is debatable, i have to agree that most teachers, including myself, fail when it comes to being more authentic with the material we use in class. I can
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