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Caraway
Pronunciation is very important in teaching English but it is often neglected as most teachers are lack of knowledge about it. In this unit, we deal with the areas of Stress, Rhythm and Intonation, as
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Carlisle
PAST SIMPLE Definition of the simple past tense The simple past tense, sometimes called the preterite, is used to talk about a completed action in a time before now. The simple past is the basic form
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Carolan
From this unit, many interesting materials are offered to teachers for teaching, which is extracted from authentic materials. And because of the cultural difference among countries, I do think it one
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Cave City
Very in insightful unit. This Unit gave depth to the differences of choice and consequence speech as well as clarifying how to report. I thought it well prepared and long enough to be clear on the ins
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Centerton
In this unit I have learned the system of past tenses, as they relate to past time periods. I have learned the structure and usages for the past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfec
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Charleston
In this unit, I have learned that a teacher's attitude is very important for the learning success of the students. It is the quality of a good teacher to be kind, patient, and to know all of the stud
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Cherokee Village
This unit focused on describing different types of teachers, students, and teacher-student relationships. It described the different roles a teacher can take on in different circumstances, and gave a
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Clarendon
Theories, methods and techniques 1. Grammar - Translation The basic principle of this system is learning about language through finding equivalents in the students own language. 2. Audio - Lingualism
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Clarksville
In this lesson I learned about classroom management. Eye contact, gesture and the voice is very important. Grouping students has its pros and cons. Teacher must balance everything in the class. Classr
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Clinton
In this Unit i could reinforce the different ways to evaluate and also have a general perspective about the different tests and purposes that there are for students. Like diagnostic, progress, practic
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Compton
This unit talks about the importance of planning a lesson and successfully coming up with a lesson plan. It covers the topic such as importances of writing a lesson plan,how it should be written,wha
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Conway
In this unit I have basically learnt how to conduct a lesson, and how to engage the students, using the right voice projection. This unit has also highlighted how important is the engage phase, which
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Corning
To my joyness and surprise this unit was dedicated to the grammar point, particularly to Reported speech and conditionals that I was happy. I love this piece of grammar and I often do special tasks o
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Cotter
Modal Verbs The modal verbs in English are "can," "could," "may," "might," "must," "ought," "shall," "should," "will," and "would." Passive voice One can change the normal word order of many active
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Cotton Plant
Often the most neglected element of the teaching English is pronunciation. There are subtle differences that native speakers are oblivious to, even though they use them everyday and are capable of ext
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Crossett
By comparing two different attitudes towards the same class showed by the same teacher, Mr.Simon, it's vivid for me to understand the importance of the attitude of a teacher. When we are teaching, it'
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Curtis
This unit is about parts of speech. It breaks down simple to complex sentences and classifies them. I learned the usage, types and the rules on how each word is used. It shows clear differentiations b
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Cushman
Unit 1 covered the primary roles of teachers and students, and broke down those roles to better explain what makes a teacher effective. It further went on to explain what a teacher could expect from s
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Danville
I have learnt about pronunciation, stress and intonation.This topic also taught me about the different accents we have around the world and the usage of the phonemic alphabet.I have also learnt about
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Dardanelle
This unit talks about the different methodologies and techniques teachers use to effectively teach English. I have learned that there is no one method or technique out of the rest, that can produce th
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De Queen
This unit cover topics that are a bit passed the basic grammar usually taught in EFL, and it goes over modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clause, and phrasal verbs. Modal auxiliary verbs a
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De Witt
Unit 1 was a basic introduction and instruction manual of how a teacher is expected to behave, as well as the possible behaviors that should be expected from students. Additionally, this unit introduc
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Decatur
In this unit, we are shown lesson planning and some of their important functions. Writing down learning objectives and and how you plan to achieve them will help you manage your time. It is also impor
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Delaplaine
This unit covered descriptions of different methodologies, examples of three ESA lesson plans, and an overview of how feedback should be utilized in a classroom. Among the ESA lesson, this unit discus
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Dermott
These materials can be divided into 2 groups: Authentic materials and Created materials. Common created materials include: Crosswords, word search puzzles, role-play cards, flashcards, gap fill activi
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Des Arc
In this unit I learned that behaviour of teacher, movements, every single steps and small nuances are visible for students. Teacher should really think about his or her body language (eye contact, ges
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Diamond City
Unit 2 was a blast from the past. It reflected upon things learned a long time before. Breaking down the concepts of an adjective through the levels of comparisons gives one the ability to teach from
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Diaz
This unit focused on characteristics and roles of a good teacher, the levels of language proficiency from beginner to advanced, as well as the importance of a balanced teacher-learner relationship. A
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Doddridge
I have learnt about the arguments around lesson planning as some authors argue that lesson planning is not a great idea as it creates a more fixed and teacher centred lesson. The unit also shed light
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Donaldson
This unit deals with four present tenses; The present simple ,present continuous ,present perfect and present prefect continuous tenses.Its also cover the forms of tenses such as affirmative,negativ
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Dover
I do really appreciate the outline of the future tenses system. From this outline I am able to overview the most commonly used future tenses structures. And also to be honest, for the first time, I re
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Dumas
This Unit is very important because still difficult for students and teachers. It is vital to understand that there are more than three tenses ( present, past , future) and we need to have clear each
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Earle
It is important for teachers to understand that learners have different abilities, experiences and confidence levels and use this information to determine what method or level of participation to use
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Egypt
I have learnt about three different tenses (times) which are the past, the present and the future. The tenses are further categorized as simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. I have also
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El Dorado
This unit showed two different class lessons, the first of which went very poorly and the second of which was more successful. I think it taught me a lot about body language, and the effect that it ha
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Elaine
Top Qualities of an Effective Teacher The skills needed for effective teaching involve more than just expertise in an academic field. You must be able to interact with people and help them understand
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Eudora
This unit covered all sorts of teaching aids and resources. A particularly long list, it includes dictionaries, course books, resource books, whiteboards, interactive whiteboards, overhead projectors,
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Eureka Springs
Classroom management can present thorny challenges, but need not result in a self-fulfilling prophecy. I like the opening to this unit, as I am an introvert. When I first began teaching, I thought tha
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Evening Shade
From this unit I learned how to evaluate the students, how to prepare proper tests, which type of test and so on. I learned how to prepare many types of tests (progress, placement, practice, diagnosti
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Everton
Well,to be honest I have never had any difficulties dealing with Grammar and it has always been my favourite part of my teaching,but nevertheless as I can see now some parts of grammar extremely neede
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Faircloth
This unit talks about how to effectively manage the classroom.Its explains in detail about how to use your voice ,eye contact and gesture to manage the class. It also talks about the grouping of the
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Fairfield Bay
This unit was very insightful. Learning about the different lesson plans and how to apply them to learning structures was very interesting. The area of this unit that was of greater importance to me ,
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Farmington
After viewing two different classes, we can find there are really some key points in the class. 1. How the teacher prepare for the class. In the first class, the teacher seems not to prepare very well
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Fayetteville
In this unit, it explains the future tense system. There are seven most common used tenses: the future simple which is formed " will do" ; the future continuous which is formed "will be doing"; the fu
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Fifty-Six
This unit talked about teaching special groups. These groups are beginners, individual students, young learners, business English (or ESP) and multilingual and monolingual groups. There are several ca
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Fisher
I've learnt a lot of crucial things from this unit,despite the fact it was only the start,some basic information,but without understanding these basic things we cannot move on. I am happy to know abou
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Flippin
In this unit course content focused on grammar. Particularly, components of sentence formation. Unit 2 discussed how different words serve specific purposes in sentence structure, and how these words
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Floral
It is true that pronunciation training is not taught in the classroom much. I am also guilty of that sometimes and it is very important that I was presented with this lesson. I have noticed that wit
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Fordyce
It's super effective to watch a teacher give a perfect lesson and an awful one using the techniques we are learning about in this course. It is fun to see teaching when it is done properly and it rem
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Forrest City
This unit was about examination. It dealt both with the ways teachers can give exams and evaluations, and also external examinations and evaluations that English learners might be interested in taking
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