TESOL Online in Connecticut - Teacher English Jobs

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North Canaan
This unit gave an in-depth review of the 12 tense structures that exist in English. It was a very useful course and was very concise in its writing. I learned a tremendous amount in this Unit and foun
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North Haven
This unit was a pretty useful overview on general teaching dynamics. Ranging from seating arrangements to methods of reprimanding and maintaining control of the classroom. A lot of this unit was commo
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North Stonington
I found this unit particularly hard, as the unit was very short and it wasn't as clear as it could have been.. I learned a lot about past tense structures, but again I didn't think they were very clea
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Norwalk
This course went over a variety of ways of teaching vocabulary, language structure and language functions. The unit was extremely useful in practical teaching as the examples given were practical and
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Norwich
I loved this unit! This unit went over the different ways of planning a lesson and provided a couple of examples and even an empty template to work with. The unit revisited the ESA study model and ext
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Old Lyme
I really enjoyed this unit. I found the first video quite frustrating to watch but thoroughly enjoyed the second one, as it was a great example of fantastic teaching. This unit was very powerful in th
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Old Saybrook
This was a very short unit which didn't contain much useful information. The unit taught common sense ideas such as all language types (reading/listening/writing/speaking) being equally important. It
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Orange
This course was once again very short, and taught only common-sense issues. The general information was clear, regarding different ways to ensure accurate and efficient teaching of speaking and writin
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Oxford
Wow! What an interesting unit. I never expected to need to learn phonology but here we are, and what a roller-coaster it was. This unit went over what phonology is, how tones and intonation work in En
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Plainfield
This was an incredibly short unit. I can't say I learned much. It gave a bunch of useful materials that can be used in class, but barring that I didn't achieve much in doing this unit. It covered ways
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Plainville
This unit spoke extensively about the types of English assessment tests that exist throughout the world, the main standards of which, and other types of testing. The unit also covered ways of testing
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Plymouth
In this unit i learned different modal verbs which can be used under different conditions. So auxiliary verbs has their own usage based on the requirement of the context. Phrasal verb is used when the
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Pomfret
This unit was awesome. It covered changes in tense during reported speech and how to teach this to learners of English. This was a really interesting topic that is of use every day of speaking English
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Portland
This unit went over a large amount of different materials that can be used in the classroom. Furthermore it talked in-depth regarding efficient ways to use these materials. It covered what each materi
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Preston
This unit talked about the types of learners of English. It went into depth regarding considerations that should be taken into account when teaching a variety of groups. Specifically it focused on you
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Prospect
This unit has shown many different forms of grammar and how to use/pin-point grammar in a sentence, it shows: Nouns, Adjectives, Articles, Verbs, Adverbs, Gerunds, Pronouns, Prepositions and conjuncti
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Putnam
This unit has explained the differences between MANY of the various methodologies, some of my personal favourite ones are: Presentation, Practice and Production, Task based learning and The Lexical ap
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Redding
hello, in this unit i learned that how to manage the class room and the students during teaching. it will be useful during teaching. it helps me to understand teacher and student pros and cons.
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Ridgefield
This unit covers the 12 different types of Present Tenses that exist in the English language and delves in-depth into the various ways they are present in almost every sentence that exists today. I ha
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Rocky Hill
This lesson has covered classroom management as a whole, it covers multiple points, such as: Using gestures, how to use your voice properly, how to arrange a classroom and seating arrangements. This u
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Roxbury
This unit delves into the different types of future tenses and other structures that have future applications: Future simple, Future Continuous, Future perfect and Future perfect continuous, Be going
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Salem
This unit covers lesson planning as a whole; it shows the reason to actually utilize a lesson plan, how a lesson plan should be written down and other useful suggestions of what to do when making your
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Salisbury
This unit covers a variety of teaching styles and attributes that will influence and help improve my teaching career in the future. Not only will this help me be a good educator but also help my stude
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Scotland
This unit contains the knowledge of how to use one of the methodologies most suitable for new teachers ESA which stands for engage, study, and activate. These three points as well as several other met
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Seymour
Unit 5 shows various components on how to manage a class, going in depth on the way an English teacher should go about interacting with their students in an effective and appropriate manner. From this
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Sharon
This unit covers the proper usage of past tense in the English language as well as the various categories associated with it. From this unit, I have learnt the names of the past tense categories and t
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Shelton
This unit outlined the characteristics that are associated with a ‘good’ teacher and a ‘good’ student along with the various roles of a teacher in the classroom. For me this was critically imp
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Sherman
The roles of student and teacher is a multifaceted one. There needs to be an understanding of the students' perspective and learning capabilities. If the teacher does not care to learn about their stu
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Simsbury
This unit taught me more of the proper terms for different parts of speech. This will be very useful when trying to teach new vocabulary. As a person working in a non-English speaking country, I am of
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Somers
This unit shows us what roles should the good teachers play in the class, What the good learners should be like, characteristics of students in different age group, and students in different levels an
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South Windsor
unit 2 shows some basic rules of English grammars.words are classified as: nouns, verbs, prepositions,nouns,adjective and conjunctions. verbs can be either transitive and intransitive. Verbs has fou
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Southbury
The content in this unit seemed to be fairly straight forward since I feel that I am in agreement with many of the important characteristics of teaching and what makes a teacher great. It's important
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Southington
The content in this unit covered the basic part of speech in the English language. As a native English speaker, there were a few topics that I didn't even know there was a specific word to describe th
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Sprague
This unit covered the how to structure an English class for the EFL. The most important take away from this unit will be the many different activities that you can use to teach a class. You also want
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Stafford
This unit covered the use of the present tense. I've learned how foreign english learners can struggle with understanding the concept of the present tense and the common mistakes. I certainly can beli
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Stamford
Unit 4 ( Present Tenses). This unit review about Present Tenses and its aspects, simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. I also learn here the forms of present tense which are affirmative,
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Sterling
Unit 5 (Managing Classes) Before I read this unit my mind says only people that are very lively and funny are allowed teaching, and after I read this unit I realize that yes! lively and funny teachers
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Stonington
Unit 6 (Past Tenses) Well in this unit we study the past tense which is very similar to the past unit that we tackle, present tenses. In past tenses, the real challenge is explaining the students abou
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Stratford
This unit covered class management. I learned how to organize the class activities, the different types of seating arrangements and the affect it can have, how to appropriate use gestures and interact
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Suffield
Unit 8 (Future Tenses) Future tenses as it says in this unit has the most complex area. Here we study The simple future which predicts without present evidence unlike the 'be going to' which based on
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Thomaston
For this unit, I learned the various types of ways to convey past actions through the english language. There are many different forms of past tense which I did not know had specific name. I learned t
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Thompson
Unit 10. In this lesson, I saw a two demonstration in actual classes. The first demonstration the teacher seems to be irritated and unhappy. He doesn't explain the lesson too much. While in the second
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Tolland
Unit 11 (Teaching receptive skills) Usually students are more focused on reading and memorizing the language that they are trying to study but listening is also important and for me, it is more diffic
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Torrington
Unit 12 (Teaching productive skills) In this unit we study that speaking requires more fluency than writing but it is equally important. In speaking activities in the classroom, we discuss different t
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Trumbull
Unit 13 (Teaching pronunciation and Phonology) In this unit discussed about pronunciation which are sometimes neglected in English grammar it is a bit difficult for the students to follow the pronunci
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Union
Unit 14 (Coursebooks and lesson materials) In this unit we discuss the use of books and materials, it is true that when we are choosing a book to teach we should consider a lot. In using course book i
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Vernon
Unit 15 ( Evaluation and Testing) In this unit discuss the different kinds of evaluation and test. It is very important for the students to take a test before starting a course for the teacher to eval
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Voluntown
In this unit, I learned about the vocabulary, grammar, and functions. I learned the optimal ways to teach these different subjects, what activities are best suited for each subject and what types of a
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Wallingford
In this unit, I learned about the structure of speaking with future tenses. I learned that that there are 5 different types: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous
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Warren
In the active voice, the subject of the sentence DOES the action. *In the passive voice, the subject of the sentence is acted upon. *The passive voice is formed by a form of the verb TO BE + past pa
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