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Galva
I was very confused for questions 10-15. I have become quite familiar with the ESA process by now, but with the example in the lesson 9 plan, it is not clear which action will take place during the 1s
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Geneseo
This unit showed how important a teacher's demeanor and approach can be. It is literally the core of communication in this context and the difference between whether a student learns anything or not.
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Geneva
This unit discussed the production skills of language, specifically writing and speaking. This is important educationally because, as noted by the unit, writing of second languages is somewhat neglec
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Genoa
This unit gave me a brief overview of tense, and it was reasonably tricky. Even as an English Native Speaker who knows the rules of the language instinctively, categorising them is actually a very dif
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Georgetown
This was a very difficult unit! I struggled with many of the concepts, even though I'm sure that when I'm writing and speaking English, I have many of the concepts correct both in my writing and my sp
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Gibson City
Teaching materials are an extremely important part of a successful lesson, teachers should be able to plan around course books and syllabi whilst also introducing their own materials as they see fit.
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Gillespie
I totally enjoyed this Unit. It was easy to connect with and understand and also used everyday suggestion to manage a classroom. The techniques identified, for example, letting students correct eac
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Gilman
This unit has shown the different techniques used when teaching English to a class and one has to be careful when choosing a technique to teach to a low-level English speaker or a high-level English s
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Girard
This Unit reviewed the technology which can be psrt of a teachers toolkit and are valuable assets to EFL teachers in the classroom. The manual showed the evolution of technology over time ranging fr
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Golconda
Unit One offers an overview of the roles and responsibilities of teachers and learners in the classroom, as well as the qualities that good teachers and good learners characteristically offer. Teache
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Grafton
This unit is about the different roles that a teacher can take on during a lesson as well as being able to switch between roles when necessary and still being able to encourage and motivate the studen
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Grand Tower
I learnt about authentic and created materials, their differences, advantages, disadvantages, and when and how to use them. I saw many examples of this materials (crosswords, wordsearch, flashcards, e
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Granite City
This content is very useful and important to study; after watching the videos, I can see how the teacher's attitude affects the whole class. Depending on the teacher's attitude, students can have high
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Grayville
In unite 17 we are learning how to use teaching material like black or white board /video or DVD / cassette player / OHP/….every of teaching equipment has important role in learning. A goad teacher
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Greenfield
Chapter eleven is about reading and listening which is considered here as receptive skill. These two skills are very important as they are directly connected to our motivation. for example when we are
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Greenville
This Unit touched on past future and present tenses. Some of those tenses are Future Simple a tense expressing an action that has not yet happened or a state that does not yet exist. Future Continuous
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Griggsville
HELLO, THE PAST TENSES, CONTAINS FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES, AND EACH ONE REQUIRES DIFFERENT STRUCTURE AND MEANING. THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS TO TELL THE STUDENTS AS CLEARLY, WHEN AND WHY WE ARE USING TH
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Hamilton
In this unit i have about lesson plans,their importance,when they can be prepared and what is contained in a lesson plan.i have learnt that a lesson plan is an aid and a record for my teaching or clas
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Harrisburg
This unit focused on conditionals and reported speech. There are 5 main conditionals that we use, but their differences in nuance are not so clear to English learners, making them very difficult to ma
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Harvard
This was a difficult unit. I think these grammar breakdowns are extremely helpful. Often times native speakers of English base their grammar knowledge off of gut feelings and instinct. They choose an
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Harvey
This unit outlined four different types of past tense usages, past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. The difference between past simple and past perfect is understanda
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Havana
This unit was about the productive skills, speaking and writing. It mentioned the reasons why students have issues being productive, how to encourage them to communicate, and examples of activities th
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Henry
This Unit examined the future tense. It payed particular attention to the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous as well as the be going plos the infinitive and t
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Herrin
This was a difficult Unit for me. At one point i felt there was information overload and at another point in time I felt unprepared to answer some of the phonetic questions in the test. Nevertheless
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Hickory Hills
I learnt about different types of students considered "beginners". How to teach beginners, all the techniques I can use and consider, though I think most of them are a must. I have met teachers who do
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Highland
What I like most about this section is it shows the learner that there is a lot more work that goes into teaching than one might think, or even realize. In the lesson I learned about 9 different teach
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Highland Park
There are various types of English exams designed for different level students and age groups around the world. An English teacher who is teaching EFL abroad should have a knowledge of the exams relev
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Highwood
From this Unit I learned about different types of evaluation and why it is so essential in learning process. Students should constantly keep track of their progress and should know things that they ne
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Hillsboro
Unit one gives the reader an overview of what makes a good teacher and a good student. We learn about the positive qualities of both lecturer and learner. Age, previous study experience, motivation, a
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Hometown
We have 5 specific groups for teaching 1-beginner 2-inividuals 3-young learner(yls) 4-business English 5-monolingual or multilingual We divide beginners for some sub division: Absolute beginner
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Hoopeston
In this units, we will look at some general problems that teachers might be facing in the classroom as well as recommend some tips to handle with them. In the first lesson, teachers might deal with t
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Hurst
With the increased in variation from different types of learning environments, it is important to understand how different environments and teaching situations require different protocol from the inst
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Jacksonville
Reading and listening are just as equal of skills as writing and speaking. In this unit, I learnt about ways in which students can improve their reading and listening skills. Incorporating activities
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Jerseyville
This unit covers the different types of exams that one can administer while fulfilling one's function as an EFL teacher. Some types of exams mentioned in this unit are practice exams, diagnostic exams
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Johnston City
I knew some basic information approached in this level, but it's interesting how it made me think about different situations that can happen in a classroom. I learnt different division of the teacher'
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Joliet
In this Unit I have learnt (and reviewed) several things. First, qualities of a good teacher and great learner. Second, details about motivation of people of different age groups to learn English. Thi
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Jonesboro
Unit Eight addresses future verb tenses, those that involve descriptions of activity (or states of being) from a future point of reference. These likely will prove to be the most difficult to teach,
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Kankakee
This unit really gave a very detailed overview of the functions of different components of a sentences. While I was pretty (academically speaking) familiar with nouns, verbs, adverbs, articles, prepos
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Keithsburg
This unit was another unit that really helped me because it gave me a solid foundation and understanding of how to approach a lesson plan. I felt like it gave an adequate outline of making points that
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Kewanee
I have learnt about the different types of future tenses and some common mistakes that students make .This unit focused on the common future tenses which are ;the future simple, the future continuous,
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Kinmundy
This unit was another unit that really helped me because it gave me a solid foundation and understanding of how to approach a lesson plan. I felt like it gave an adequate outline of making points that
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Knoxville
When teaching new vocabulary to students we must be able to explain the new content clearly and ensure that students understand the function and correct usage of the vocabulary. Vocabulary and grammat
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La Harpe
In this unit I learnt how to improve my students' receptive skills successfully. How to choose the right text and how to motivate my students in different situations (wether they are interested or not
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Lacon
This unit was about course books and materials that can be used in class. Firstly, there was authentic materials that while not graded for student level, they may be interesting and the students gain
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Lake Forest
This unit covered the quite complicated subject matter of phonetics and pronunciation. The vast majority of this material was completely new to me, and honestly rather difficult to follow. Fortunately
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Lanark
In this unit we're going back to English grammar. This unit provides modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice in detail, also a short overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses. As usual, we h
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LaSalle
Unit Seven offers insight in to how to teach grammar and vocabulary using the ESA structures we have already covered in previous lessons. This unit was once again extremely helpful for figuring out ho
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Lawrenceville
Unit 7 tells about the ways to teach a language. It splits up the body of a language to vocabulary, grammar and functions. After reading through the unit it is all easy to understand why we need to te
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Le Roy
This unit was composed entirely of explanations of the grammatical concept of past tense verb forms. It reflects the previous unit on present tense verb forms, and both present and past tense have the
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Lebanon
This unit discussed teachers aids and equipment. Now more than ever, we as individuals and as teachers, have access to wonderful technology, especially as it relates to information. The internet, fo
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