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Blairsville
In this unit I learned that the relationship between teachers and learners is an important and intricate issue. I learned that to be considered a good teacher one should possess certain personality
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Blakely
This unit is showing us about how to teach new language. We have to separate such as vocabulary, grammar and functions. Every part of language needs different ways of teaching. We need to know well wh
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Bloomingdale
True learning involves a good teacher and good learners. Each must possess several characteristics in order to achieve a successful learning outcome, in this case, learning and using the English langu
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Blue Ridge
Very much enjoyed this unit- and am beginning to appreciate the importance of being organised in the classroom - with regards to the Lesson planning , and which material one will use with the students
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Bluffton
Productive skills are speaking and writing. In teaching productive skills, teachers must create a need in the students to use these skills during the lesson, meaning the students must want or need som
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Blythe
In this unit I learned about what it takes for a teacher to effectively manage and organize a classroom in order to create the best possible learning environment for his or her students. One of t
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Bogart
In this initial lesson, we discussed the qualities of a good teacher as well as the qualities of a good learner. This displayed a detailed description of what we should aim to be as teachers, but it a
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Boston
This unit focuses on teaching methodologies in the class. There are 10 methodologies that were shared. Although these have their advantages and drawbacks, they can be used but may not be completely ef
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Bostwick
In this unit I learnt about modals, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. Modals can be used to express many different ideas such as obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice. Each modal
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Bowdon
Unit 3 taught me about methodologies used for teaching. I learned about the different methods and their positive and negative points. The ESA technique is the most appropriate for TEFL as it stimulat
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Bowersville
From this unit I feel I have learnt some of the fundamentals of teaching English. Mainly this involves the different roles that the teacher will take on in order to give a dynamic and stimulating lear
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Bowman
In this unit I learned about how different ESA methods are used to teach students grammar, vocabulary and functions. Selecting the appropriate level of vocabulary for students is based on the task t
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Braselton
This unit presented an overview of the parts of speech of the English language. Several of these parts, such as pronouns and the different forms of verbs, can be difficult for students as well as teac
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Braswell
This unit mainly discusses the different types of tests. So much can be derived from testing; such as a student’s language level, how much they already know, how much they have understood from a cou
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Bremen
This unit showed the grammatical form and usages of present tenses and also predicted some typical student erros/ doubts and presented activities and teaching ideas to the Activate stage. I could get
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Brinson
There exist a variety of methods to evaluate a student’s language level. Apart from more informal ways through which a teacher may convey ongoing feedback to individuals or group of students, the ad
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Bronwood
The 2 videos presented in the Unit were really different on pretty much every points. The first one, the teacher arrived late, unprepared, and has no visual aids on the board. He doesn't do any Engage
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Brookhaven
Tenses is a topic that I used to dislike very much because of the plethora of rules. However, as I understood the logic and significance behind each rule and each use, I have since grown to enjoy teac
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Brooklet
I enjoyed given material and was surprised with mentioning in future tense topic such structures as present simple tense, present continuous tense and "be going to" structure, because its not typical
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Brooks
This unit covered a few of the problems teachers face in teaching ESL. First, initial lessons should not focus on learning a language point, but on establishing rapport between students (if a class of
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Broxton
Unit 15 has provided me with a huge variety of knowledge in the area of evaluation, tests and general external examinations for different purposes. I've observed the difference between tests such as p
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Brunswick
Classroom management is the skill of organising and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. 1.Eye contact, gesture and the voice: These factors are really i
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Buchanan
This unit provided different types of testing provided by teachers for the students. These tests include more than most beginner teachers have in mind when they think of testing. There are tests befor
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Buckhead
This section provided me with great insight in the classroom environment and how to manage it effectively. I enjoyeed learning about different seating arragements according to their appropriateness. I
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Buena Vista
Without a doubt, this unit was the hardest out of all the units so far. I never knew the English language in ESL teaching was so dissected. These topics were never introduced to me in schools in Ame
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Buford
This unit provided a general overview of the future tense. However, unlike units 4 (present) and 6 (past), which presented only the four aspects (simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous) o
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Butler
One of the most controversial and challenging aspects of English grammar for both students and teachers alike is how to appropriately classify and use the different verb tenses. Given that there are t
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Byromville
Unit 14 delivered an introduction to the use of course books and supplemental materials in a classroom lesson. By the end of this unit I discovered that though course books are great for maintaining s
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Byron
Unit 8 Is about the future tense : Future Simple , Future Continuous , Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continuous , Present Simple , '' Going to Future '' and present continuous. The present Simple a
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Cadwell
Unit 13 discusses teaching pronunciation and phonology, which for a variety of reasons is often neglected in English language classes. Phonology is the study, analysis, and classification of the physi
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Cairo
Lesson planning is the most essential part of teaching. The teacher should be quite careful while preparing the lesson plan because the flow of the lesson totally depends on the lesson plan. The facto
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Calhoun
This unit has shown me the importance of teaching pronunciation. I am usually hesitant to teach a lot of pronunciation in my young classes because I don't want to intimidate or discourage my young stu
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Camak
Conditionals are used for communicating if/then scenarios. These sentences are made up of two clauses, the "if" clause that communicates an actual or hypothetical cause, and a main clause that gives a
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Camilla
This unit was about contrasting effective and ineffective teaching techniques. The first video plainly showed a teacher who was unprepared to teach foreign language students, both in his demeanor and
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Canon
teaching of pronunciation has witnessed remarkable changes throughout the course of language teaching and learning. thus by taking phonetics and phonology as a framework, we as teachers have tried to
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Canton
In this unit I've got some knowledge about authentic and created materials, difference between them and consistency. I went across advantages and disadvantages of course books and the best way of usin
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Carl
Recently there has been more of an emphasis on teaching English writing skills to my elementary students. Though I don't think that they have quite enough skills to have a whole ESA style lesson on it
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Carlton
Teachers need materials in order to effectively teach English, and this often means, among other things, a coursebook. While there are many opinions on course books and they have their fair share of b
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Carnesville
This unit is similar to two units before this. Unit 8 covers the last four tenses that we need to master as English teachers. However, we can see the introduction of one more type of tense in this uni
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Carrollton
This unit talks about common problems that come up in different types of classes, for example, larger classes come with their own set of difficulties. That is why it is important to practice certain t
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Cartersville
This unit first provided a general overview for why lesson planning is important, noting that it helps the teacher structure the lesson in order to stay focused on a particular language point, provide
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Cave Spring
I am slightly embarrassed -the fact i am English and yet still have to really study to make it sink in. I realise how much I have forgotten from my earlier learning years - so I am still finding the
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Cecil
Conditionals are very common language structures referring to past, present or future possibilities. There are mainly two parts forming conditional sentences, the 'if' clause, indicating the condition
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Cedartown
Teachers of EFL have many options for teaching materials, including, but not limited to, published course books and their accompanying materials. Although course books can be beneficial because they p
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Centerville
When teaching new language, it is essential to guarantee that the students receive adequate exposure to it and that they clearly understand its meaning and function, while having also the opportunity
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Centralhatchee
In this unit I learned that a lesson plan is a carefully thought out and detailed guide that a teacher creates in order to plan, document, and record a lesson's goals and objectives. To begin draftin
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Chamblee
I never realized that the future tense in English is so complex and has so many parts. My students all speak Japanese, which has no real future tense at all. This unit has helped me to understand the
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Chatsworth
This section discussed evaluation and testing. Methodologies, as well as types of tests best used for the students within and outside the formal classroom setting. For instance, this section discussed
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Chattahoochee Hills
There are usually four main tests students have to take before and during a language course: the first is the Placement test, which enables the teacher to place new students into the correct class acc
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Chauncey
Good summarizing of English grammar rules. I learned about countable and uncountable nouns which I did not previously know. I also learned the correct ordering of adjectives. I learned about and the s
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