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Parker
Third unit gave a clear vision of different methodologies used in teaching/learning a foreign language, or language in general. Unit three also breaks down the specific methodologies to the extent of
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Parkland
In this unit, we learned about English grammar. We did this by directing sentences into pieces. In the first part of the chapter, we reviewed the noun, verb, and object of a sentence. We then looked
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Paxton
Unit three introduces us to EFL methodology, mistakes and feedbacks. There are many methods and technics of learning and teaching, which has made it hard to decide which method produces the best resul
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Pembroke Park
With so many different approaches and methods it can be rather difficult to decide which is the best to use.Unfortunately there is no clear answer as much will depend upon your individual circumstance
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Pembroke Pines
Present tense As an ESL teacher it is recommended that you teach three different tenses, or times, in English: past, present, and future. Each time consists of four aspects, known as simple, continu
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Penney Farms
Unit 15 looks at evaluation of students level and progress and testing. Student’s language level can be assessed using tutorials, test, and evaluation by the students. There are five types of test:
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PensacolaCounty seat
This unit was introductory to the concept and elements of the class: teacher, learner, their motivation. Classification of these elements has also been made. Familiarized with levels of English lear
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PerryCounty seat
Unit 16 is devoted to grammar issue such as conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are the sentences containing “if” which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are five c
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Pierson
There are a number of different methods and techniques to teaching a second language. This course, however, focuses on the ESA approach. I agree with this method for two main reasons. The first
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Pinecrest
This unit focused on the future tense grammar of the English language. In English, we have many ways of describing things that will happen in the future, however they are only each acceptable under th
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Pinellas Park
To overview what I've felt and learnt from the content provided, would be a heart warming, introduction, into the 120-hour TEFL certification course. I felt that I was able to capitalize and grasp a b
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Plant City
This lesson went over how to create an integrated lesson that exercises all four of our linguistic skills, even if we are focusing on one. In order to be a successful teacher we our lessons must allow
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Plantation
unit 19 is about how to teach certain groups of learners, since not every group teachers will teach will be the same, there are young learners to learners with different age groups and motivational le
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Polk City
I found that this unit was challenging, because I was second guessing myself the whole time. I had to go back to double, and even triple check, if my answers were correct. I would look at the text and
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Pomona Park
In this last unit I have learned about troubleshooting and how to deal with problems that may occur, when teaching new groups. This unit has also focussed on how to deal with different kinds of levels
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Pompano Beach
Critiques on the ESA first video: - (neg) no visual information on the board/ did not write the question on the board in the beginning -(neg) awkward atmosphere, the teacher seems like he is not prof
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Ponce de Leon
In unit 1 learning the roles of a teacher helps show me the different roles in teaching English the best way. What motivation, experience, and behaviour there will most likely be in all ages is really
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Ponce Inlet
The concept of English verb tenses is very important in establishing effective communication. Hence, if you want to maintain both ways of communication better, that is, speaking and writing. You need
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Port Orange
Modals , phrasal verbs and passive voice are also important in Emglish Grammar . Unit 18 , not only elaborate on how the above are used in English Grammar but also gives some ideas and aids on how to
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Port Richey
Although a native speaker of the English Language, having to learn (or should I say re-learn) the intricacies of English grammar in this unit I have found both challenging and rewarding. In this unit,
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Port St. Lucie
This is definitely the part of English I have the most difficulty with. I speak English every day but I never think about how i'm using it and why. I have been caught in the awkward situation before w
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Punta GordaCounty seat
Dear Tutor: This chapter is a disappointment to me. What is this, an I.Q. test at ascertaining understanding of a double negative question, without having a valid answer in the choices? For instance
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QuincyCounty seat
Unit 3 explains us theories, methods and techniques. There are different types of methods and techniques to teach and learn language, for example, Grammar - translation, Audio -lingualism, PPP, Task-b
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Raiford
There is much in this chapter worth considering. The arrangement of the classroom is important but what I gleaned (unsaid) from the material is that one should be flexible and willing to try differen
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Reddick
Ater watching the first video, i was amazed by the poor teaching technique used, but it was a good insight on how not to teach. There was a look of confusion on the students and a feeling of discomfor
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Redington Beach
In this section I learned on the different ways a teacher can help establish rapport within a classroom. I learned on the different methods on how to present information to students in a way they will
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Redington Shores
Overall, I thought that this unit, Past Tense, was pretty straight forward. I feel that some questions are easier than others. For example, when it comes to trying to pinpoint matching up each sentenc
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Riviera Beach
It is a challenge to handle special groups and teach them different language. A teacher must create a holistic English learning experience which extends outside the classroom and into every corner of
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Rockledge
A good teacher is someone who has the able to show all 5 abilities prompter, facilitator , manager , model and assessor. A good teacher can establish why students are motived to learn, what their skil
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Royal Palm Beach
In this unit we covered Classroom Management. The eyes, voice and gesture being a dominate factor for managing. Each with their own benefits and abilities to be used in conjunction. We also learnt abo
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Safety Harbor
The methodology of translation can be problematic because students learn about the target language, but not how to practically apply the foreign language. The Audio-lingualism method is mostly based
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San Antonio
The invention of the translation software has a big negative effect on students who practice their writing skills. Every month I give my students a movie to watch at home and give them two weeks to wr
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SanfordCounty seat
Again, very helpful polishing up on my tenses with very clear and organized lessons. This unit sums up the tenses really well and explains the usually confusing past perfect and past perfect continuou
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Sanibel
Unit 19 was fairly straightforward and discussed different types of students one might encounter. I am already teaching at a private school in Bolivia, so much of the information did not apply to my c
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SarasotaCounty seat
This unit is about teaching receptive skills. There are two kinds of receptive skills -- reading and listening. They are equally important. When the teacher creates a lesson, he/she should remember th
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Satellite Beach
Authentic materials must be carefully selected so as to focus on what the students know, rather than how much they don't know. this statement was a bit confusing. this shows careful planning and what
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Sea Ranch Lakes
Dear Tutor: Nice lesson! I learned a lot about types of reading...skimming, scanning, etc., that I have not really considered, or at least to had a vocabulary differentiation for. It was also helpfu
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Sebastian
Accuracy activities( usually part of the study phase) are concentrated on producing correct language.Such activities are usually controlled to ensure accurate reproduction of language. Fluency activit
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SebringCounty seat
first of all, i never imagined being able to read phonetic scripts like i can now. as a native english speaker i never imagined speaking english in particular with pronunciations had so much more to i
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Seminole
This unit gave me a clear overview of the present tense. I find the common student mistakes section, in every tense type, to be very useful and insightful. I learnt about the grammatical structure of
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Sewall's Point
This unit was mostly about classroom management. The general paradigm to encourage success is to show them that you are are respectable and honorable as a teacher. You must treat them with kindness, b
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Shalimar
In this unit we look at different sources of material a teacher can use to help their students develop or progress in the classroom. We therefore look at authentic and created materials and how the us
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Sneads
This unit was very insightful in discussing the best ways to use resources in the EFL classroom. I particularly learnt things that I hadn’t previously considered concerning board work. For example,
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Sopchoppy
I've always been a bit confused between the present perfect and the present perfect continuous but this unit has definitely cleared any doubt i once had. I found the detailing in this unit clear and p
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South Bay
This broke unit broke the fundamentals of sentence structures in english. It went broke down the subsets of verbs, nouns, adjectives, conjunctions, articles, prepositions, adverbs and adjectives. It i
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South Daytona
These videos very clearly demonstrated the difference between good teaching techniques and poor ones, as well as their effects. In the first lesson teacher(pointing, playing favorites, taking all the
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South Miami
This unit on managing classes covers teacher communication skills using eye contact, voice and gesture. It explains the best use of each component in class and problems that may arise if used incorre
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South Palm Beach
A teacher's role is very vital . He plays multiple role in each class. Something which is very important to put his classes in good order everyday. Good assessment on the needs of the learners would
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South Pasadena
I've learned the various categories in each part of the speeches which I've forgotten, despite being taught about it when I was young. I thought it is really helpful if there is a complete chart of gr
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Southwest Ranches
Teaching English to children of non native countries is indeed a challenge. In this module, I learned different methodologies and techniques, which I know is highly effective in a real classroom situa
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