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Chester
The unit gives a general overview of the parts of speech that make up English sentences. Discussion included nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, articles, gerunds, prepositions and conjunctio
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Chickamauga
The purpose of this unit was to demonstrate what effective and ineffective teaching looks like in the classroom with real students. The second lesson was by far more effective than the first lesson b
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Clarkesville
I throughly enjoyed this unit, not entirely sure why exactly but I feel it has added some clarity to the previous tense work, although perhaps we should wait for the results! To begin with I found it
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Clarkston
One of the critical roles of teachers is constantly assessing and evaluating students. As it mentioned in the material, there are many ways of assessing students and in this chapter it mainly covered
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Claxton
This unit deals with conditionals and their usages along with ideas for teaching them to students. The most difficult section that a new teacher should study from this unit before teaching it would ha
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Clayton
Teaching special groups is one of the hardest issue for the teacher because the should know the learners' needs exactly. The teacher should analyse the needs at the beginning of the course. Then, the
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Clermont
Pronunciation as a difficult and neglected part of the English language. Intonation and stress is also important because why need to know where the emphasize lies in a sentence. Changing the place o
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Cleveland
This unit which is including videos to teach is os useful to let us see the teahers and learners behaviour in real. We can notice much wrong acts while teaching in first lesson however there was a mis
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Climax
As an English language trainer, I’m constantly developing modules and training for productive skills; so, this isn’t a very new topic for me. However, there is a lot of additional learning I am ta
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Cobbtown
This lesson taught me the importance of phonology. As teachers, it is very important to teach students not only to read but also to pronounce properly. Teaching vowels, consonant and IPA is very criti
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Cochran
From this Unit I have learned how to make a lesson plan and why it is important. First of all, making a plan can be really helpful for inexperienced teachers to make everything in order and escape dif
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Cohutta
I have learned the roles of a good teacher and the different levels of learners. A good teacher should be these roles in the class: manager, organizer, assessor, prompter, participant, tutor, facilita
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Colbert
the ability of the teacher to interact and impart certain ideas and rules to the students is very important because it establishes a solid and good framework within the learning environment. Ability t
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College Park
This unit has helped me appreciate the importance of understanding the requirements of the learner aswell as the role of a good teacher.So often we remember our school days with mixed feelings -some b
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Collins
Unit 11 introduces the four basic skills in any language. The first is receptive skills - reading and listening. While the second is productive skills - speaking and writing. This unit focuses on rece
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Colquitt
For this unit, I have learned about the types of Past Tenses. The four types are Past Tenses are Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous. We use the Past Simple tense
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Columbus
The most important lesson that I have learned from this unit of study is that teaching is simply not being a teacher. There are many different roles and nuances a teacher must consider. The dynamics
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Comer
In this unit, class troubleshooting was covered. In my classes I often use my students native language to help them understand something. However, I ONLY do this when I try to explain something multip
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Commerce
This unit covers the skills a teacher needs in order to manage his class effectively as well as to become an effective teacher. It covers personal skills such as the behavioural and character, organi
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Concord
This unit is succinct and concise as it covers the types of tests and examinations that are available for the English language. These tests and examinations is one of the ways for English teachers to
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Conyers
This unit describes the future tenses, plus some present tenses that are often used to express a future event. The future simple expresses definite events in the future from the perspective of now. I
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Coolidge
What I learned from this unit is the role of a teacher and a student in class. The roles of a teacher is very significant in the learning of a student. Teacher should not be served as a provider but a
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Cordele
The English present tense is composed of four aspects: simple (You eat), continuous (You are eating), perfect (You have eaten), and perfect continuous (You have been eating). Each one deals with sense
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Cornelia
Teachers should be prepared for potential difficulties as they begin and continue teaching a class. It is important to set a positive tone from the very beginning in order for the sessions to run smoo
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Covington
In this unit, different methods fore teaching new language (vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language function) were discussed. In my case, I don't teach grammatical structure but I do teach vo
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Crawford
Of course, I noticed a large number of differences between the two videos. In the second one, the teacher first introduced himself, then went around the class asking for each of the student’s names
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Crawfordville
This unit about teaching aids and equipment was like a refresher unit for me. I already use most of the equipment discussed in this unit, however, I have some ideas to use items I haven't in my classe
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Culloden
Unit 9 ( Planning Lesson). This unit helps a teacher to plan for the lesson and be flexible as well. Planning, working with the lesson and recording what are the students and you as a teacher achieve
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Cumming
This unit details perhaps one of the most difficult lessons to teach beginners of English language learning - present tenses. By the end of this unit I was more aware of exactly how much of the Englis
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Cusseta
A very important factor in determining the positive outcome of a lesson is the attitude with which the teacher enters the class and approaches and interacts with his students. If he maintains a positi
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Cuthbert
UNIT 5 is about management of the class, the attitude to have with the students and how to have a good rapport with them. I Learned how to have the correct behaviour with the students to increase the
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Dacula
The content of the unit is well organized and does its job as a helping hand smoothly. However, there is no way that we can assess someone's language ability exactly, in other words it is highly absur
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Dahlonega
This unit gave me great insight on the techniques to teach past tenses simply. First by teaching the past simple and building up to the rarely taught past perfect continuous tense. By following the ru
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Daisy
Prior to reading this lesson, I have had some troubles with lesson planning and finding that my students are not as engaged as I would like them to be. Since I do team-teaching, many teachers just go
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Dallas
In this unit I learned that speaking and writing are the two productive skills. Speaking and writing skills are both used for the same purpose -- to communicate. It's up to the teacher to create the
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Dalton
Productive skills, identified in speaking and writing, basically serve to satisfy the need to purposefully communicate something in an oral or written form. Two main parameters, used for measuring and
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Damascus
teaching special education students effectively can be enhanced with some adjustments. Regardless of the severity of their disabilities, classes can be structured in a way that caters to the individua
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Danielsville
Past tense's different aspects can be confusing for learners due to their sequential nature and the frequent lack of equivalents thereof in their L1. Past simple in particular causes a lot of frustrat
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Danville
In this unit I learnt about the different challenges that can be found in the EFL classroom and some strategies to deal with the problems when they arise. For example, if students are working at diffe
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Darien
Unit 4 focused solely on the Present tense, which is made of: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous. Throughout the lesson, we identified the structure of
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Dasher
The purpose of this unit was to provide an overview of phrasal verbs, modals, and the passive voice. This is a more advanced component of the English language that is probably suitable for students w
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Davisboro
In this unit I learned that the two receptive skills are reading and listening. There are generally two broad reasons for reading and listening: for a purpose and for entertainment. We read and li
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Dawson
What I learned from two different lessons is the teacher's impact on the learning environment. Teacher's attitude affects not only the learning environment but also the learning outcomes of each indiv
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Dawsonville
This unit was also a great review of the proper use of English grammar. It also brought me back to my grade school period of life. It was challenging in the sense that I couldn't remember straight awa
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De Soto
A good teacher has to be a tutor, a facilitator, a model, an observer, a participant, a prompter, an assessor, an organizer and a controller. A perfect lerner has to be able to listen, experiment wit
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Dearing
This unit discusses two of the four basic language skills -- reading and listening. Furthermore, the unit divides “reading and listening” into two categories such as when done for a purpose or fo
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Decatur
Unit 8 completes the coverage of the English tense system, concluding with the future tense. As with the others it covered the usages and teaching ideas of the seven most common types of future tense.
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Deepstep
This unit contained the basics of the English language's parts of speech and how they are used in a sentence. It helped to understand English comprehension of words and their usages as well as the bui
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Demorest
The evaluation and testing of students is a great way to gauge at what level the students are at and what coursework we have to focus on when teaching them. Placement tests are also good to place to
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Denton
In this unit we looked at the main types of equipment and teaching aids that can be used in a teaching environment. Firstly we focussed on the main pieces of equipment such as White Boards, Interactiv
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