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Resaca
This lesson taught me how importance of a lesson plan. It is very important as a teacher to have his or her own way of plans to teach students. Among the criteria of lesson plan, I believe the anticip
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Rest Haven
I went through the concept of successful teacher and learner. Observed the importance of collaboration between them. I also learned all tricky situations while working with different ages and levels o
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Reynolds
This unit is an overview of how to plan a lesson. It describes the reasons why the teacher needs a lesson plan. The more inexperienced the teacher is, the more they need a lesson plan. At first it wil
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Rhine
Tenses is one of my favorite topics. I already knew a lot of the uses associated with each tense, but this module has helped enhance my knowledge, because I now know that that are more uses. I like t
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Riceboro
This Unit was very useful for understanding english phonetics.Now i understand how to teach pronunciation and phonology. I have learned some ideas of teaching intonation as well. There are some techni
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Richland
Conditionals, direct speech, and indirect/reported speech are complex aspects of the English language that can present significant challenges to learners. Conditionals are sentences either "if" or sim
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Richmond Hill
This unit reminded me how much I take for granted English grammar. Due to excellent schooling I am lucky that I speak relatively well. I had forgotten the meaning of a few of the basic words of speech
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Riddleville
In this unit we looked at Conditionals and Reported Speech. Upon reading the title I thought it would be relatively straightforward but as the unit progressed I found it challenging. After some work g
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Rincon
In this unit, future tenses were discussed. Future simple, perfect, perfect continuous, and "going to" tenses were all gone over. The uses and intentions for each tense are often subtle. For instance
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Ringgold
The choice of teaching materials can be dealt with in different ways according to the peculiar teacher's attitude and aims. While is undoubtedly important to carefully select and adopt some standardiz
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Riverdale
This unit explained in great detail the difficult grammar points of modals, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. Modal verbs have many rules and meanings depending on what is wanted to be said. This
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Riverside
This unit addressed issues and concerns related to teaching different types or groups of students. Discussion began with the different types of 'beginners': Absolute (true) beginners vs false beginner
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Roberta
This unit describes the 4 past tenses. When speaking about the past, use the past simple to describe one completed action: I ran to the store. This shows the action of running as occurring in the past
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Rochelle
This has helped with reflecting and developing ideas for the lessons content particularly the basic keys to receptive lessons. I thought that it was a very important point that the lesson content shou
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Rockmart
Of course, even if a teacher spends years training and absorbing knowledge, there will be difficulties and issues with putting what they've learned into real life practice. It is therefore important t
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Rocky Ford
This unit focusing on productive skills Speaking and writing to cover techniques and activities that can help both the teacher and student in the English language classroom was very helpful. In knowin
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Rome
In this unit, I learned about teaching different groups of students such as beginners, individuals, young learners, business English learners, and monolingual/multilingual students. I learned importan
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Roopville
This short but useful unit gave me an insight into the most common problems that I will encounter in a class. It showed me the likely scenario of having new and exisisting students in the same group.
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Rossville
While it is best for the learners to give frequent and continuous feedback, a teacher may wish at times to give more formal evaluation, or may be compelled to by the school. In these cases, there are
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Roswell
Modal, phrasal verbs, and the passive vs. the active voice are complex parts of English grammar that can present a challenge to learners. Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs that add meaning to the main v
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Royston
A good teacher should be highly proficient in classroom management, considered as the ability to effectively organize the class and coordinate and ensure the success of all the students’ individual
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Rutledge
This unit looked at the two reception skills of reading and listening. It first noted that we read and listen either for a purpose to gain particular information or for entertainment just for fun and
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Saint Marys
This unit explains the uses of the five different conditionals: zero, first, second, third and mixed. In order to understand them, the student will have to study the rules and how they are formed. typ
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Sale City
This unit has covered briefly all grammatical aspects related to expressing future with detailed examples and interesting ideas for Activate phase. Future grammatically speaking can be expressed in 7
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Sandersville
Unit 17 covers the equipment and teaching aids that can be found in an EFL/ESL classroom. There are 15 of them in total. Some resources covered the advantages and disadvantages of it, others talked ab
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Sandy Springs
This unit was exceptionally helpful. I learned a lot about what makes a good teacher, and the many different roles a teacher can take in the classroom, but also how not to overuse each role. I learned
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Santa Claus
This unit has re enforced how important it is for the teacher to have good knowledge and understanding of the level where his / her students fall under his guide. I understand that the teacher must
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Sardis
Unit 11 introduces the basic skills that form a language: receptive (reading and listening), and productive (speaking and writing). Although all 4 skills are equally important and a teacher should try
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Sasser
Conditionals and reported speech offer the most chances for confusion and error out of any grammar points covered until now. The nature of their dual-clauses and chronologically complex nature, added
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Savannah
In this unit I learned about the many different approaches and methods that are used to learn and teach English. Among these is the grammar-translation method, which amounts to translating from the
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Scotland
Lesson Planning is a significant method to execute a smooth lesson. The teacher must be able to conduct his/her lessons through the right direction wherein students will be able to understand the whol
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Screven
This unit covered modals, phrase verbs, and speaking (or writing) in the passive voice. This is probably the most difficult unit I've encountered through the course. I'm not sure that these topics w
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Senoia
In this unit we learned the different kinds of present tenses, their forms, how to apply them within a sentence and ideas for helpful learning processes. We learned that tenses, even for the teacher,
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Shady Dale
The tense system is without a doubt the hardest part of grammar for me to study through ITTT so I understand the importance as a EFL Teacher to have a sound knowledge of the implications of the tense
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Sharon
This unit is so useful to learn how to teach about phonology and pronunciation. Pronunciation is the most neglected aspect of English language teaching.an effective teacher considers the teaching of p
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Sharpsburg
again,this has been a challenging topic but i am very grateful for the new knowledge gathered. i have been able to see the usage of different forms of tenses from predictions,plans and intentions that
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Shellman
In this unit, the distinction between accuracy and fluency was broached and for productive skills it's something an educator has to be aware of, and they belong in tight niches within the phases of a
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Shiloh
The content of this unit included qualities of a good teacher as well as the role of the teacher. From this I learned what qualities to strive for as a teacher. Learning the roles of a teacher helped
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Siloam
In this unit I discovered the many different rules of grammar and discovered that the rules are not always regular in English. It taught me how to show, using examples, the differences in using gramm
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Sky Valley
This unit on ESA lessons provided a break from the theoretical materials and gave me a chance to observe a real life English language classroom. The videos were good highlighting some fundamental diff
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Smithville
I have an idea about what teachers should do during their class time with a student. I gained much knowledge on what a good teacher should be , and how the teacher should handle situations based on
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Smyrna
Though it is not part of the elementary curriculum to formally test students, we still evaluate them in other ways and many of them take external exams on their own. I think that even though I don't g
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Snellville
Receptive skills are just as important as integrated skills in the classroom. Teachers often focus more on the speaking but the writing is just as important. Teachers should set up opportunities for
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Social Circle
There are 4 different categories you can find: absolute beginners, false beginners, adult beginners and young beginners. It is very important you make every single student feel comfortable during clas
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Soperton
In this unit I've observed part of grammar related to Passive voice, Modal verbs, Phrasal verbs and Relative Clauses. Each part of this unit has provided me with detailed explanation and examples as w
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Sparks
This unit is a basic overview of English grammar. Each word in a sentence has a category which denotes its role in the meaning of the sentence. Some words modify other words. Some words can change cat
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Sparta
In this unit I gained in depth understanding in different parts of speech and grammer. The work was well written and easy to understand. I learnt about different kinds of verbs, nouns, adjectives and
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Springfield
this by now has been one of the most challenging units but its good in a way as it has really enlightened me on my skills of identifying what is good and what is bad for the kids. good rapport is also
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Stapleton
In this unit I studied many of the great techniques to use during class. There are many ways to produce and teach a lesson and depending on my personality or the point that I’m there to teach, it ca
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Statesboro
In this unit, I learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. As I think I have stated many times in previous units, I know how to use these grammar points but it's not easy to explain or de
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