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North High Shoals
I feel this unit is very helpful to people who are new to teaching. This unit contains a lot of material that would benefit incoming teachers. I have also tutored students who were in 1st to 12th gr
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Norwood
If I were to be honest, in the work that I'm doing now, this unit about evaluation and tests wouldn't apply to me. I'd have to say most Native English Teachers working in South Korea are not required
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Nunez
The purpose of this unit was to describe how to approach teaching different components of the English language, including vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. I found it very interesting that
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Oak Park
This unit is very important, as it is reflecting the most basic issues in teaching, that I was not thinking about even. Everything seems to be so logical but at same time it's very new. It shows how t
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Oakwood
This unit explored conditional and reported speech. After reviewing this unit, I can see why many English learners would have difficulty with these concepts. It is not very straight forward. I can
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Ochlocknee
Unit 5 dealt with classroom management and some problems that may arise for teachers who are unprepared for maintaining discipline. Also covered was the task on the part of the teacher to find ways to
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Ocilla
A good character is very crucial when pursuing a teaching career. In this course, I have learned that a good teacher will have a great impact on how her students behave. The role of a teacher is imp
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Oconee
In this unit I learned that the attitude, manner, and teaching style that the teacher comes into class with has a profound effect on either the success or failure of the lesson being taught. A teache
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Odum
The debate on which course materials to employ and to what degree takes into consideration a lot of factors, such as learner level, relevance of course books, authentic materials' difficulty relative
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Offerman
This unit was on course books, their advantages and disadvantages as well as the other materials you can use in a lesson. Authentic materials are good because they are relevant to the daily lives of t
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Oglethorpe
great topic in the enlightenment of my mind indeed. these positive steps and ideas have helped me know when and how to use past tenses. i have been able to grasp a wide range of knowledge as to which
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Oliver
From this Unit I have learned what are receptive skills. Reading and listening skills are equally important and need to be developed. There are many ways to help students to develop their receptive sk
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Omega
This unit discusses ways in which the teacher can help the students improve their speaking and writing skills. When it comes to speaking, fluency and accuracy are both important. The student needs to
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Orchard Hill
In Unit3 I've observed 9 teaching methods and techniques that have influenced on ESL teaching and are still successfully used within many teachers in different countries. I've got to know the concept
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Oxford
This unit went over conditionals and reported speech. In this lesson many examples were provided of the nuances of sentence changes that are required when reporting various types of happenstances or c
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Palmetto
In this unit i learnt how to manage class effectively in order to provide comfortable learning process. The teacher must keep in mind placing the students according to the needs of the task and also c
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Parrott
Unit 18 discusses modal auxiliary verbs, passive/active voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Modal auxiliary verbs add meaning to the main verb. In the passive voice, the "doer" of the action
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Patterson
Primarily speech breaks down into nouns and verbs as the largest gears of a sentence--with adjectives, adverbs, and prepositions serving as the grease that keeps them turning and the occasional conjun
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Pavo
This lesson was on pronunciation and phonetics. I learned a lot about linguistics and the difficulties students might have with pronouncing different words. Teaching stress probably won't be as diffic
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Payne
The activity of lesson planning, even if considered by some experts to be too rigid to be effectively applicable to teaching purposes, is fundamental in order to structure a coherent, flowing and logi
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Peachtree City
It is good to know, being a teacher, how to choose a course book, the advantages and disadvantages a course book can create during a class, for example it provides a graded syllabus, security balanced
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Peachtree Corners
This unit was about two types of lessons provided by the same teacher, same group of participators and the similar lesson plan. The difference was shown by different teacher's techniques and attitude
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Pearson
Now that I learned the types of tense form in present and past, I learned what tense I should use depending on the situation or the context. This lesson provided me activities that I can use in order
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Pelham
This unit focused on future tenses (future simple, future perfect continuous, etc). Strangely enough, I feel like I understand the rules for future tenses better than previous unit grammar rules. I'm
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Pembroke
The content consist of productive skills which are speaking and writing.I learnt that accuracy activities usually part of the study phase and fluency are usually part of the activate phase. Many stude
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Pendergrass
In this unit I went across all available resources found in classrooms and study centers such as white\black board, IWB, OHP, visual aids, worksheets and work cards, cassette recorder, CD player, vide
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Perry
Being a native speaker of the the English language you seem to take some things for granted, for example I feel I have made some simple but grave errors in answering most questions because I haven't t
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Pine Lake
During the first lesson the teacher must be able to establish rapport between them and the students, this will not happen using course books for the first lesson. It is usual to use warmers, such as g
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Pine Mountain
In the second Unit I went through the basics of the English grammar. Some parts of speech we revised more generally and some of them more detailed such as nouns, adjectives, articles and so on. Also I
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Pinehurst
From this Unit I have learned about various teaching materials that I can bring to the classroom. The most important is that they should work properly and students should understand how to use them. F
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Pineview
Planning means stay organized, and in the class being planned and organized is as important as in everyday life. Many theorists say that planning before a class is not a good idea because it affect th
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Pitts
I had some difficulty with questions 15 and 16. Wouldn't a teacher have difficulty monitoring his students if he showed up late to class? Wouldn't he also have difficulty monitoring his students if
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Plains
This unit caused me to reach back to school days more than the others. Every day speaking comes natural, but breaking it down for foreign students will present challenges. I liked this unit because it
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Plainville
Brief overview: *A good teacher: be kind and patient, love teaching, be lovely and entertaining, able to motivate learners, has a good subject knowledge, have good rapport and interaction with the cl
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Pooler
This unit covered the effective use of course books and other materials in the teaching of ESL. It discussed the difference between authentic (real world) and created (course book / teacher-developed)
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Port Wentworth
I loved this unit- interesting and it made sense. The course all seems to come together in this unit- and I have come to realise how important it is to keep all the units fresh in the mind and use the
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Portal
The future tense is a rather complex area of English grammar, and is certainly the most complex of the three time tenses. While the future tense has the same four aspects as the present and past time
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Porterdale
From this Unit I have learned few things. First, is how to manage the class. The classroom managing is important for making friendly and relaxed atmosphere in the class. Second, I believe that groupin
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Poulan
This unit consist of conditionals and reported speech .Conditionals are sentences containing if or similar expressions such as when which refers to the past , present and future possibilities .There
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Powder Springs
This unit was the hardest one yet- however once I got the Phonemic alphabet - sorted I loved it -and it made me laugh. I remember many years ago hearing my father speak of a book called -Dernshya fels
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Pulaski
Students can have various difficulties and problems in learning English. They can make different mistakes in English pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary usage. There is a connection between the nati
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Quitman
This unit discusses the receptive skills of reading and listening. In order to communicate in a new language the student has to be able to learn to hear/read and comprehend what they are listening to.
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Ranger
This unit helped to explain the importance of classroom seating arrangment and how it can effect the learning process. It helped me to understand the different techniques involved in managing a classr
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Ray City
This was a great unit- interesting and it made sense. Although it is all common sense when one breaks it down - I am still shocked at how much one takes for granted - aswell as how much one forgets wi
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Rayle
This unit was very helpful for me and I learned a lot about class manage management, Eye contact, Gesture and the voice, How can eye contact be used in the class?, Using students names, Grouping stude
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Rebecca
The future tenses, like the present and past, have four basic forms and also include a few more forms that are commonly used to convey more nuanced meaning about future actions or plans. First, the f
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Register
The parts of speech in English grammar are like the basic building blocks of the language. Every word in a sentence has a specific function. Some of the basic parts of speech are as follows. Nouns nam
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Reidsville
This unit pointed out when and how a teacher needs to maintain discipline, build rapport and manage the class overall. I liked the information given on the nuances of body language and tone of voice t
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Remerton
In teaching new language, teacher has to be aware of certain factors that can be influential in learning outcomes of each individual. In a broad scope, it is teaching a new language, but within this a
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Rentz
Since I work with elementary students, the focus of lessons are generally vocabulary heavy. I think it would be fun to do more material production tasks with them for the activate portion of my lesson
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