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Olinda
In order for a teacher to effectively pass on information to learners in a more simple and understanding way , a teacher needs good teaching methods, theories and techniques which is what this unit is
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Olowalu
14. Course books and lesson materials are some important aspects treated in this unit. In which i leant that lesson materials can be authentic materials such as magazines, newspapers etc and that sinc
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Omao
Unit 14 reviewed information about coursebooks. It analyzed the pros and cons of using coursebooks within the classroom. It also made it clear that the teacher should remained creatively involved in
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Orchidlands Estates
This unit has enlightened me on the different levels of teaching and learners that there are and that it is so important to know what and who you are working with. Reason being that it sharpens your t
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Paauilo
In this unit, I am aware of valuable online sources that I can use for study and activity phase. I tried most of the materials but with the high technology, they may vary by function and features. I l
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Pahala
In this lesson, I learned about the various ways the English languages expresses information about the future. It helped me to think through the various uses for the word 'will,' and 'going to.' To
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Pahoa
This unit helps when it comes to one-on-one classes that are always what business people need to improve their career. It is essential to know their needs via a survey form about their company and pos
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Paia
Unit 9 reviewed lesson planning for teachers. It provided key notes for what was needed and not needed for successful lesson plans. Some key points were to keep the lessons plans simple and flexible
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Pakala Village
Great arrangement of the content of this unit, the "common terminology" section helped me grasp the commonly used acronyms and their meaning. As a part-time English teacher, the "what makes a good tea
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Papaikou
Planning a lesson is very essential for a teacher because it acts like an aid to planning ,a working document (a lesson plan helps you to keep the target and gives you something to refer to during les
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Paukaa
Unit 13 dealt with teaching pronunciation. The English language can very challenging in this respect as some of words a spelled the same but pronounced differently - and others words visually have si
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Pearl City
This was unit I learnt about the difference between authentic and inauthentic materials and which are suited for beginner students or more advanced students. I learnt about how to use these materials
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Pepeekeo
It's good to discuss potential problems beforehand. One, of course, never truly knows what situations one might find one's self in, and thinking through what could go wrong or make things harder than
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Poipu
This unit is very practical as it now dwells on the actual lesson planning. Although, lesson plan provides flexibility, it allows strategic planning and guidance before any lesson is conducted. There
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Princeville
How does one listen? It seems like such an obvious question, but going through one's own life and thinking through various experiences 'listening' to someone only to learn later that one has no idea
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Puako
This unit was to explain the use of the tense system. That is, the use of present and past tense forms. It is important to explain yourself concisely in the proper tense; otherwise people will be conf
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Puhi
Just like with the last unit, this topic was not something I gave a lot of thought to before this unit. I assumed this was something that was decided for me. But, after reading this unit, there is a
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Pukalani
I thought it was interesting to watch the two videos. The first lesson started out and I had hope that it would work out well, but as the lesson continued it seemed as though the instructor didn’t k
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Punaluu
From the Unit 12 Teaching productive skills, I have learned about the differences between accuracy and fluency activities. Accuracy activities are usually part of the study phase, and fluency activiti
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Pupukea
This is an important unit as it discusses the introduction of vocabulary into the lesson and how to choose which words to include, and how they are taught. Vocabulary gives the students more tools to
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Royal Kunia
If you cannot manage your classroom, you will not be able to effectively teach, because there would be a lack of discipline which will cause the students focus to be diverted from the work. Establishi
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Schofield Barracks
Unit 3 is quite thorough, mainly focusing on the theories and methodologies of the English language teaching. These theories and methodologies are very informative and are broken down with explanatio
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Ualapu'e
Future tenses can be confusing but this unit does a great job in organizing the different ideas and relating those ideas back to the 'Present Tenses' unit. Future tenses follow many of the same rules
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Volcano
The two lessons in the video are quite different .the teacher in lesson one starts the lesson without defining the concept , thereby making the students to be confused, he further stressed that the to
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Wahiawa
This unit is very imperative because it talks about parts of speech . It helps to understand grammar and If parts of speech are well understood, making basic sentences in English will be easy . This
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Waialua
Unit 17 reviewed teaching aids and equipment. It reviewed common equipment used in the classroom and provided key notes to enable one to used the equipment effectively. The unit also provided numero
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Waianae
Pronunciation can be a very difficult aspect of language to explain and teach. This unit goes into incredible detail in describing how sounds are made and how each of those sounds may present a differ
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Waihee-Waiehu
This unit really defined what a teacher is and all the attributes to make him an effective,motivating and inspiring teacher. The teacher's role is very important in the classroom as this allows the st
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Waikane
This is an aspect of the English language I never think about. Trying to keep track of the various changes one makes without even realizing it was difficult when put to active thought, and I can only
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Waikapu
From the Unit 15 "Evaluation and Testing" I've got information about tutorials and that it is very useful to ask the students to evaluate the course, about different types of tests such as placement t
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Waikele
There was a somewhat nostalgic feeling to going through all of the old materials that my teachers used in my old classrooms, and and an interesting feeling to see them portrayed in a completely new li
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Waikoloa Village
In this unit I have learnt to identify different types of present tenses. What I really appreciated about this unit was the usages of the present tenses and the examples of activate stage exercises th
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Wailea
This unit showed two different classes teaching the same lesson but with different results. It shows how important the teacher's attitude and preparedness is to a successful lesson. The first lesson
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Wailua
unit 4 is about the present tenses which can be divided into : Present simple tense ( subject+base form +(s/es)for the affirmative, (subject +auxiliary verb "do"+ not +base form ) for the negative an
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Wailua Homesteads
I never knew that the verbs formed with "ing" to turn into objects and subjects were called "gerunds". Furthermore, it was quite enlightening to learn about the types of parts of speech and their own
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Wailuku
This unit was a good continuation on the unit about present tenses. It built well off of the information I learned in that unit. As I mentioned with that unit, the rules about the different forms are
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Waimalu
5.classroom management is the skill of organizing and managing the the class , having a friendly , relaxed manner and maintaining discipline in the classroom . Thus in this unit i have learnt the diff
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Waimanalo
When selecting and teaching new vocabulary it's important to consider the following factors: -appropriacy to the students and to the task -similarity to the students's own language as well as Englis
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Waimanalo Beach
I have learnt most classroom management methods which I didn't know before, also taken into account the amount of eye contact necessary. My gestures and voice level are some important ways to attract
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Waimea
Seeing the performance of the teachers gave me a lot to think about regarding my own ability to communicate with others and lead a room. Engaging with people can be difficult for some and effortless
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Wainaku
Just like with the unit on the receptive skills, I liked that this unit broke down the different, specific elements of these two skills (Speaking and Writing). I learned the different games and activi
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Wainiha
I have learned to identify some key factors that affect student's attitude towards the learning. Both videos show me valuable lessons what to do and what not to do as a teacher. Most students are alwa
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Waiohinu
There are common problems in the class but it is good to know various techniques in order to cater to specific type of levels or nationality. Also we must continue to do trials to see which works best
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Waipahu
Thanks to unit 18 "Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice" I have an idea about different types of modal auxiliary verbs, and I know how to explain their usage. Passive voice was always an exciting p
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Waipio
This unit was all about grammar. It focused on the parts of a sentence, what they are, how to use them, and provided examples. This unit was very enlightening. I realized that while I knew these rules
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Waipio Acres
For the first lesson, it is important to establish and build rapport either with a new group or existing group. Since new group members are most likely not to know each other, it is important for me t
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West Loch Estate
This unit was an enjoyable practical example of a classroom environment and how to implement strategies I enjoyed it and it was exciting. I learnt about how to implement different ESA strategies and
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Wheeler AFB
This unit explains many ideas and theories on teaching methods as well as multiple suggestions for activities during a class. The unit goes into great detail on each stage of a lesson. With the 'Engag
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Whitmore Village
This unit has taught me that when doubting about which tense to use, you can always look at what you want your sentence to tell (usage) and identify a tense to use. Each past tense has different and f
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