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Lonoke
From this unit, I have learned different forms of conditional,especially how do we classify different conditionals by names-- from zero to third and mixed conditional. And for me, I think conditionals
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Lonsdale
This unit is talking about the productive skills of languages learning, which include speaking and writing. Though I always bear in mind that all four basic skill of learning language are equally impo
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Lowell
Well,well,well..It was absolutely challenging unit for me.! I don't know if I say it each time but now it was indeed.Pronunciation it is ok, but those parts of speech organs and name of the sounds we
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Madison
In this lesson we went over grammar and its conditions. There are five main conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional. Zero cond
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Magazine
This unit is talking about present tenses which include present simple, present continuous,present perfect,present perfect continuous. After going through all the content, I got to review something th
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Magnolia
In Unit 1, it includes: 1. what a good teacher is like 2. teacher's different roles in the classroom. 3. what a good learner should be. 4. difference between young learner and adults. 5. language
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Malvern
This unit was broken up into two main parts: conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are the use of "if" (or 'when') clauses and the past, present and future possibilities. There are 5 main cla
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Mammoth Spring
The two productive skills are speaking and writing. Although quite different, both are important; however, it is harder to focus writing since class time should be more focused on speaking, since they
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Mansfield
In this unit, it talks about how we teach vocabulary, grammar and language functions. 1. Teaching vocabulary: there are several criteria to select new vocabulary; Students need to know the meaning, th
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Marianna
Managing classes is sometimes my headache when teaching kids. Especially when some spoiled kids start crying for unacceptable reason, all I can do is just to tell the kids that crying will not work in
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Marion
From this unit, I got to know what makes a good teacher as well as a good learner. In my opinion, every teacher is also a learner, so it is important for a teacher to be both a good teacher and a good
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Marked Tree
Teaching English changes depending in what environment or context it is being taught in. Special needs are involved when teaching children and other needs are required when teaching to employees of a
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Marmaduke
As it is said in this unit, to improve students' pronunciation, the best way is to make them feel the music of the languages. Refer to my own way of teaching pronunciation, for teenagers, I prefer to
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Marshall
This unit finishes up the English grammar lessons of the course. I understand that the course has only covered the essential basic grammar that is commonly taught in EFL and that it would take at leas
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Marvell
In this lesson, I learned how teaching vocabulary, grammar, and functions are employed in the classroom. Learning grammar in a classroom is important for the foundation of the language the student is
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Maumelle
I cannot say that I am impressed by gaining the information from unit 17,but nevertheless it was new for me despite the fact less interesting and even useful I am afraid. As rule I always use sevral o
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Mayflower
This unit summarizes the many theories, methods, and techniques that have gone into developing educational models over time. Several methodologies have dominated teaching at one time or another, from
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McGehee
1. Present Simple Examples For habits He drinks tea at breakfast. She only eats fish. They watch television regularly. For repeated actions or events We catch the bus every morning. It rains every aft
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Melbourne
The future tense is not the most difficult concept to teach. Most ESL students understand simple future pretty well and most of their work that needs to be in future tense centers around this. Simpl
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Mena
This was the first unit so far to show real world examples in a form of a video. Having to learn the material prior to this unit helped solidify understand of certain new concepts. However, seeing rea
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Monticello
In this unit, I have learnt about how to use your voice as a teacher appropriately, which tone to use and in which situations can you use the voice. I am also now well informed on how to use the names
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Morning Star
This unit explained lesson plans. It went over what information should be included on a lesson plan, and why lesson plans are useful. This unit also offered several examples of materials that would be
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Morrilton
In this unit, I reviewed different topics about teaching special groups. It is so interesting for me to know how to teach specific groups and how to do well. With this unit I learnt how to teach to sp
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Mount George
This unit showed two separate videos of a teacher giving a lesson. In the first video, the teacher was less effective because his attitude and teaching style wasn't connecting as well with the student
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Mount Holly
As with most of these lessons, this helps me to contextualize my native language (English). I feel that this will serve as a guide to teaching the core parts of grammar. For example, I generally will
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Mount Ida
This unit explained why receptive skills were important, and discussed the differences in receptive skills. Listening and reading are both receptive skills, and this unit offered ideas for teaching th
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Mountain Home
The use of tenses is a very complicated topic even for those of us who speak language. I believe that is because we are used to hearing the language and the use of tenses becomes more natural. However
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Mountain View
This section was about different things that should be taught in a language class, and how/when/in what way they should be taught. It further elaborated on the different activities that could take pla
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Mountainburg
This unit talks about the Present tenses. It covers form, usages, typical student errors and Activate stage teaching ideas. I agree that it can be very confusing considering that the English language
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Mulberry
There are four basic skills in any language: receptive skills-reading and listening; Productive skills-speaking and writing. There are two reasons for reading and listening: for a purpose and for ente
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Nashville
This unit focused on teaching productive skills in the classroom. Specifically, unit 12 emphasized speaking and writing abilities, as well as the differences between these communication styles, practi
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Natural Steps
This unit discussed productive skills; speaking and writing. It discussed how to teach these skills, and the importance of not only helping students to speak fluently, but also to write clearly. This
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Newport
This unit discussed the various methods of testing and evaluation of English learners. Tutorials can be used for individual or group help and are good for reviewing, discussing goals, etc. Evaluation
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Norfork
This section was great at bringing the content to life. The videos illustrated a good teaching lesson and a bad teaching lesson. The video of a bad lesson illustrated a range of issues, such as the in
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North Little Rock
Making lesson plans presents endless possibilities for format. Personally, I prefer to keep my lesson plans simple for a few reasons: I can easily reference the lesson plan during class; it allows for
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Ola
Productive Skills: Speaking and Writing Accuracy Activities are concentrated on producing correct language. Fluency Activities are concentrated on allowing the students to experiment and be creative
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Omaha
This unit discusses the qualities that make up both a good learner and a good teacher. Good teachers, among many other qualities, are fair, able to motivate their students, and really have a passion
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Osceola
This unit gave an overview of the types of teaching methodologies, and explained in detail the ESA method. Engage, Study, Activate were explained with examples, and clear direction was given for thing
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Ozark
This unit covered the 4 past tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. Each section, once again, discussed the formation of each tense, the usages and the variou
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Palestine
I What makes a good learner? 1. Willingness to listen to the language. 2. A desire to experiement with the language. 3. A willingness to ask questions. 4. Ability to think about their own
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Paragould
Frankly speaking this unit was daunting for me. Perhaps it has great deal of information and that is why it was difficult to memorise everything. After acquiring such huge information block I needed t
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Paris
In unit four of the TEFL course I have examined the tense system for present tenses. These are separated into four different categories; simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. For each
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Pea Ridge
This unit was about pronunciation, and the importance of teaching it. It gave many examples of how to teach pronunciation, including a phonetic guide as well as a diagram of the mouth. It also gave id
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Peach Orchard
This was very encouraging being able to watch what should not happen, and then the appropriate way to handle a class. The first video showed many steps that should not be taken. Specifically tone of v
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Perryville
I think it is interesting that teachers don't think that writing in class is important and that many of them assign it as homework. I prefer to write the introduction of a story with the class. Each
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Pfeiffer
In this lesson I learned about common problem situations. In every teaching scenario you will be faced with new classes and new problems. It is important to know how to establish rapport and how to
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Piggott
There are 4 basic skills in any language; receptive skills- reading and listening, and productive skills- speaking and writing. Understanding of the context will depend on their expertise in these ar
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Pindall
In this unit I have learned about receptive skills - listening and reading, as well as productive skills - speaking and writing. I have learned that all skills are equally important. I have learned
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Pine Bluff
While speaking in different tenses comes without a challenge for me, learning the ways to explain that process definitely is. For example, understanding how to verbalize past continuous'something that
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Pocahontas
This unit focuses on the ways a teacher must present themselves in order to manage a class and facilitate an effective learning environment. We looked at the physical structure of the classroom, how t
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