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Manchester
There is a lot of different options for teaching aids in a classroom. It can be helpful for the learning process of the students and make the class more interesting. Using material like camera, OHP
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Mansfield
A teacher must maintain a classroom where he or she has the right to teach and each student has the right to learn. In an EFL classroom, student talk time is very important, so the teacher must be ext
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Marietta
The forms and usages of the past tenses are similar to those of the present tenses, the main difference of course being whether the action in question occurred in the past or the present. Some pattern
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Marshallville
I already know most of the parts of speech such as noun, adjective, pronoun, conjunction, preposition and verb but I’m still confused before because there are so also different kinds of them. Now, i
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Martin
The ideal attributes and roles of both teachers and students in the classroom can be considered as complementary and strictly interrelated. The presence of a responsible teacher, practically aware of
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Maxeys
It is very important to have the right attitude from the start of the class to set the atmosphere for the rest of the class and get the students excited. Always remember to starting with the engaging
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Maysville
This unit explained all of the different future tenses of the English language. I think this unit was very well organized, clear, and gave excellent examples. I think it can be confusing because the
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McCaysville
In the majority of my lessons, I'm focusing on listening and speaking with my students however, this unit has helped me see the importance of reading as well. With my older students, I think it would
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McDonough
The brief overview of the content: 1. Nouns: *Usage:A noun names people, animals, places, things, qualities, states *Main types:common, proper, compound, abstract, collective *Plurals: to indicate m
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McIntyre
In this unit I learned that every word in the English language can basically be classified into one of seven different parts of speech (as a noun, an adjective, a verb, an adverb, a pronoun, a preposi
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McRae
This unit is based on how to teach different groups of students into different classes. i have learnt how to teach beginners students,children,individual students and business English students.When te
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Meansville
Receptive skills are reading and listening. These skills are not simply seeing or hearing but the ability to gain meaningful information from these senses. People read or listen for a purpose or for e
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Meigs
The three primary forms of new language lessons each have to take into consideration learnability and breakdown of their meaning, formation, pronunciation/spelling, and usage. They also require differ
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Menlo
In this unit productive skills teaching was discussed. In my case, I am asked to teaching speaking and listening at my school, so I think I have a strong grasp on what was talked about in this lesson.
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Metter
Unit 9 discusses lesson plans: how to organize, what to include, and how to implement those plans using various ESA methods. In using lesson plans, the teacher also documents and records what he or s
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Midville
Clarifying terminology for the different kinds of exams and evaluations of student language ability, this unit covered exams used before learning (placement and diagnostic) as well as those that measu
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Midway
In this unit I learned that the three tenses of English (past, present, and future) each have four different aspects (simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous) to them. This unit focuses
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Milan
This lesson was more about tense but this time it focused on past tenses. I talked about how it was difficult to understand the rules of grammar in a previous unit and I still feel the same way after
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Milledgeville
this has been a challenging but extremely educative unit within the study of the English language. I have been able to gain massive knowledge on how to keep the classroom in order in the form of arran
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Millen
This unit is showing us how to make lesson plan to achieve our teaching goals. In my opinion we have to make plan before come class but we need to make this plan able to change through learners' statu
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Milner
I have learnt a tremendous amount from this unit as before I had not looked into the intricacies of English grammar. It has been extremely helpful in helping to develop an understanding of sentence co
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Milton
While there are only three time-tenses, each time tense then has aspects. This results in a total of 12 tenses. The four tenses discussed in this unit are the present simple, used to discuss actions a
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Mitchell
From this Unit I have learned about different types of tests and how to work with them. There are many kinds of tests and they all can help teacher to be aware about students progress. The result of t
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Molena
Unit 10 provided great insight into the difference between a lesson well planned and a lesson poorly planned. As noticed in the video, there are many factors that can influence the success of the les
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Monroe
The future tenses represent one of the most challenging areas of English grammar for their variety of structures used to convey different meanings and ideas about the future. There exist seven main ar
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Montezuma
In this unit, I learned the importance of productive skills, which include speaking and writing. Both speaking and writing are very important. The manner with which you approach these skills is also
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Monticello
The evaluation and testing is often required by Schools and Language centre throughout the year. It is a way to inform the teacher about students current strengths and weakness. It is also a way to p
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Montrose
This unit introduced an important factor to teaching, which is conducting a class. There are many methodologies presented at the beginning of the unit, and they all have their positives and negative
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Moreland
While I complete this course work, I am also learning to speak Korean. It is fascinating to me so see the simple differences in how the two languages are used. To me, English is quite complicated beca
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Morgan
Planning lessons is an extremely important part of teaching. Although some teachers may be able to 'wing it', for newer teachers like me, being able to plan appropriate and effective lessons ahead of
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Morganton
this units seeks to show and also serves to integrate former discourse into the ongoing discourse In different genres of speech, however, language users draw upon different language tools to meet thei
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Morrow
This section was fairly easy to the test. I found it very interesting to learn different useages of vocabulary in the different stages and what they all entail. This section helped me in understanding
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Morven
The language teaching contexts, far from being homogeneous, may significantly vary according to the different characteristics and needs of the learners. Accordingly, the teacher's approach has to be a
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Moultrie
In this unit we looked at the teaching of productive skills: speaking and writing. We covered the differences between accuracy and fluency activites and what kind of activities are useful and effectiv
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Mount Airy
Teachers usually prefer not to teach pronunciation and phonology, in my opinion this is because it is quite a difficult subject both to explain and to understand. It requires time and patience from th
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Mount Vernon
Even as a native English speaker, I was not aware of many of the rules presented in this unit. I now have a better understanding of sentence structure as well as why it can be so difficult for others
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Mount Zion
I found this unit very interesting and it all seemed to make sense. Having watched the video - and other videos online showing teachers and student relation- I realise fully the importance of engaging
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Mountain City
I really enjoyed going over this unit because the content gave me a nostalgic feeling of when I was learning this in middle school. This content provided in this unit is without a doubt, one of the m
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Mountain Park
Teachers take many roles in the classroom and to the students. Being effective in these roles depends on knowing a)which role to take, and b) knowing when to allow students to take more of the respon
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Nahunta
The unit began by introducing several methods of teaching a foreign language that have been used up to the present time, but then focused on the ESA (Engage-Study-Activate) method that will be followe
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Nashville
This unit reminds us about present tense forms. It is showing that grammar can be so misunderstandable for learners while showing wrong sentences. I will bear in mind activate stage teaching ideas fr
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Nelson
This unit 10 is a video lesson which involve two teaching classes , the good one and the badly presented class.I have learnt that engaging students correctly will improve the success of the class. I a
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Newborn
Since I mostly teach at elementary schools, I rarely get the opportunity to teach grammar with explanations. But, once a week I do teach a community English class which is mostly adults and elderly pe
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Newington
There are available many auxiliary teaching aids that can complement or even substitute the path promoted by the course book. They can be used in order to create more varied and interesting lessons, m
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Newnan
This unit was a great overview of the grammatical structure of the English language. As mentioned at the beginning of the unit, it is always difficult for native speakers to teach their own language w
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Newton
There are three main areas to address when teaching new language: vocabulary, grammatical structure, and language function. Vocabulary teaches the basic words needed to communicate in a language. Voca
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Nicholls
This unit gave me a great insight to what equipment and teaching aids I would or would not find in a typical English teaching classroom. It taught me to be aware that many classrooms differ and the am
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Nicholson
teachers all over the world have a very important responsibility of shaping students' lives. this responsibility must be a combination of pride and joy. a good teacher in my opinion can be defined as
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Norcross
This unit addressed the topics of conditional statements and reported speech. First, the five types of conditional statements covered in ESL courses - zero, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and mixed - were explained. T
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Norman Park
This unit has been great regarding topics such as group work and creative speaking. I have learned that a lot of what happens in the classroom, starts with the teacher. It starts with how the teache
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