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Knik-Fairview
This unit has been useful because I studied about the general theories about learning and development from childhood to maturation. The differences between a language native and a language acquisition
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Knik River
In this unit I learned about 4 different learning and behavior models: constructivists, maturationists, environmentalist, and others. The difference between L1 and L2 acqusition was explained. I also
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Kodiak
This unit looks at the cultural issues present in different regions of the world that may affect English teachers, and gives general advice that can be applied to every region. The next section gives
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Kodiak Station
I this unit I learned about how to use songs, chants, and music in class to teach vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar. Using games in a classroom is also a good way to engage and teach the students
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Kotzebue
In this unit I learned the objectives of the course, such as for the English teacher to be able to create a teaching syllabus, to be able to deliver lessons to a range of target groups, to know how to
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Kwethluk
The ESA approach is the most effective method of modern teaching as far as language study is concerned. Students should be encouraged to speak more freely at the Engage level of a typical ESA lesson.
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Lakes
This task was a little more difficult for me as I felt question 10-15 could be answered in a number of ways and that the answers provided to select from are very subjected to what some may think is su
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Lazy Mountain
Unit 1 deals with both teachers and learners and gives a broad overview of their characteristics. We learned what makes up a good teacher and what different roles he might take in class. Moreover, dif
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Meadow Lakes
Unit two of the ITTT Specialised Course (Teaching English to Young Learners) provided me with greater understanding relating to: * teaching and learning concepts. * research into language acquisition.
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Metlakatla
This module was a rather difficult/confusing module. I think maybe trying to make a flow chart or something might make it more digestible. It was informative as I previously thought English like many
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Moose Creek
Unit 3 gives an overview of different teaching methods, stating the principle they are based on and what their positive and negative aspects are. The ESA method is then described more in depth. Exampl
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Mountain Village
Unit 1 is an introduction of the ITTT specialized course; Teaching English To Young Learners.It`s serves as an introduction to the 6 units and to how the course works.It has a list of general terminol
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Nikiski
The past tense system and structure is almost similar to the present tense system. Usage and form almost follow the same pattern. There are alot of common English verbs which have irregular simple pas
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Ninilchik
After reading Unit 3 on Course Development, I have realized that I have much to learn regarding each topic presented in the Unit. My understanding of level testing is extremely rudimentary but prac
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Nome
In this unit we will start by considering the material available for use in the classroom and how this material can be put into our lesson planning. We will then look at sourcing this material both in
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Noorvik
The content of Unit 5 contains information, materials and resources to encourage theme based learning. The use of songs, chants and nursery rhymes are a particulary effective with early learners; memo
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North Pole
Unit 12 covers the teaching of productive skills - speaking and writing. Special attention is payed to difficulties the students might have with these two skills and how to anticipate and minimize the
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Palmer
This unit has two parts: first part is a presentation of the most important theories about learning and development and their definition. Later it focus on definition and theory of first language acqu
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Petersburg
At the start of the unit, there are details about using music and chanting in the classroom, and how they can be a fun and helpful memorisation technique for young learners. Next, I learned about usin
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Pleasant Valley
When working with people from different cultures there are some considerations to be aware of. It is a good idea to research as much as possible regarding the region or the country before you go to. I
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Point Hope
This unit was fairly simple and I learnt about the different types of tests and their importance to the teacher and the students. It can determine their placement in a course, in the class or what le
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Prudhoe Bay
In unit 3 I have learned various ways I can develop a course, different types of syllabus and how I can prepare the students for the examinations they might need to do.There are different types of tes
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Quinhagak
I did enjoy this lesson- however struggled with question 7. I feel like they all are correct in their own way and am struggling to answer the question confidently. Page 3 highlights that pre-teaching
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Ridgeway
When I was in China, I realized that students often misinterpreted my gestures or sign language. It took a lot of time to learn theirs so it is important for teachers to consider the cultural differen
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Salamatof
This unit looks at authentic and non-authentic class materials, showing that authentic materials expose students to real-world English, and should be used as often as possible, with consideration of t
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Salcha
Just like the receptive skills, productive skills are equally important is the study of any language. Actually, speaking is quite different from writing even though they are all productive skills. Acc
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Sand Point
In this unit, I learned about different skill levels of ESL students. I covered how to use Placements tests to determine the proper level a student should be in and also how to use Need tests to deter
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Savoonga
Again, like the present tense I found this a little confusing particularly being able to reduce the definitions down to a single simple sentence (as some the questions above do- which kind of added to
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Selawik
Very useful material in this unit. I had to look up the internet for some of the answers of the test questions, but in the end, i am bond to apply the knowledge here acquired to future job application
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Seward
Conditional sentences are sentences that contain an 'if' and a main clause. There are five main conditionals. These are; zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and
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Sitka
There are seven most common tenses in the future. The simple, continuous, perfect continuous, present simple, present continuous and the be going+infinitive are the most commonly used. The future simp
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Skagway
I definitely enjoyed the future tenses more than present or past. I'm not sure if its because I've now been exposed to tenses in two separate lessons already or if its because this lesson in particula
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Soldotna
This unit was helpful because it explained to me the different reasons and times to give tests to the students. I learned that testing is an effective way to see what level of English the students hav
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Steele Creek
This unit was simple and to the point, it was straight forward and easy to follow. There are so many different ways to teach different levels of english learners, sometimes when you prepare for a cer
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Sterling
Particularly, i didn't see any new subjects as i am Brazilian and English Speaker, so in my experience i was exposed and lived all the aspects of Language Acquisition and Language Learning. Moreover,
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Susitna North
In this unit I learned about things you should and shouldn't do when working in another country. Next, this unit gave some tips and useful websites to use when finding a job in another country. It als
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Sutton-Alpine
The choice of using or not using a course book depends on the teacher. Some teachers prefer using their own materials to using published course books. Course books can be quite beneficial to use, yet
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Talkeetna
I enjoyed this lesson and brought light to something I was wondering about earlier which was the importance of writing vs speaking and how to teach writing in the class without it causing "too much" q
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Tanaina
Teaching English to young learners is like an art class, the teacher has the opportunity to create endless activities through songs, chants, games, using stories, art, crafts… All of these teaching
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Togiak
The best way to use our material teaching will come about to get an organized lesson plan and classroom. They are authentic and non authentic materials, for my experienced young learners prefer those
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Tok
In this unit I learned about different methodologies in how to approach a student's learning. The "boomerang" method was an interesting approach that I didn't think about before. I already hav
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Two Rivers
In this unit I learned about the difference between authentic and non-authentic materials. Some advantages and disadvantages of using both types of materials in the classroom. Also, learned how to pro
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Unalakleet
In this unit I learned about different examinations and their purposes. I can see this as being helpful in a bigger school. We only have a limited number of class slots grouped together in age group
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Unalaska
This unit covers topics connected to pronunciation, like stress and intonation. It also gives insight into articulation, giving an overview of how and where sounds are formed when we speak. Another im
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Valdez
This unit gave me a new insight into planning and structuring a term for my students. I do not have a curriculum to work from and have been using one from an online source. The structure isn't great a
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Wasilla
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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Willow
Lesson Planning is very important for both experienced and new teachers. it serves as a reference point for the teacher during lessons. it also serves as record record for the teacher to know how much
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Wrangell
This unit about the course development has been interesting. Showing me from the first meeting with our students, all the steps I should go on starting with an exam level testing and the needs analysi
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Yakutat
This unit is not going to look at the microscopic details of particular language points but rather some macroscopic techniques that can be applied to many, if not all, of the 'contexts' you will have
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