TESOL Online in Illinois - Teacher English Jobs

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Chicago
The unit is slowly getting more complex and mentions every detail of methods, techniques including theory as well as example. I've learned many new activities and games which can be used to get to kno
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Chicago Heights
It is important to focus on fluency and accuracy of speech in the classroom to ensure that the students are learning the correct pronunciation and usage of the target content. In order to create an am
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Chillicothe
In unit 10 I watched 2 videos that demonstrated 2 different styles of teaching and lessons in general. It was clear from the first seconds that the teacher in the first lesson is not experienced and p
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Chrisman
In this unit I learnt about productive skills and the importance of both fluency and accuracy in learning a new language. I have looked at why people communicate and how as a teacher I need to incorpo
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Christopher
It is very interesting to continue to learn about the rules associated with language that, as a native speaker, I've gotten so used to saying. The language that we use often comes out naturally, with
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Clinton
This was a good lesson in helping understand what to do when things go wrong as an instructor, and what are the best paths to help remedy certain classroom situations. Going through the lesson, I can
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Coffeen
Although this unit was very brief, it went into detail about issues that may occur when teaching. The unit talked about certain problems that may occur during the teaching process and approaches to ta
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Colchester
This Unit basically dealt with introducing the student to new vocabulary, gramattical structures and functions. As we progress furthet into this course I realize that we are using reinforcement theor
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Collinsville
This was an interesting module. i can see it being beneficial for not only teaching English as a Foreign Language, but as a refesher for native speakers of English. This Unit was quite user friendly
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Colona
I learned that in order to have a solid teaching/learning environment then both the teachers and students need to be able to work together. Students have to have a desire and willingness to learn, and
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Columbia
This unit was focused on classroom management. It discussed how to use eye contact, gestures, and your voice to communicate with students. It also talked about the pros and cons of different classroom
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Country Club Hills
Unit 15 was short and sweet, but very informational. This Unit really did a good job breaking down, explaining, and giving examples of not only the different types of tests and how they can be used, b
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Countryside
The reading and listening skills are critical for teaching, leading to understanding and students using a new language. I found the different motivations for reading and listening to be important beca
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Creal Springs
This unit covered a review of coursebook use and integration into lesson plans. It was interesting to see the advantages and disadvantages of relying on textbooks and various methods of incorporating
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Crest Hill
This Unit was by far the most in depth grammatically speaking thus far, focusing on the present tenses of the English language. I would agree, that tenses are difficult to master - both in teaching a
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Crystal Lake
This unit provided information concerning the different types of evaluation and testing available to foreign language teachers, the difference in purpose behind the different testing types, and a list
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Cuba
Unit 16 is about conditionals and reported speech Conditional sentences containing (if) or (when) in a sentences which refer to present , future , and past . in the conditional sentences there a
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Dallas City
I learnt about the importance of a lesson plan for new teachers, and how it becomes an easy work as the teacher gets more experience. I learnt how to write a lesson plan, what to consider on it, how t
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Danville
Unit Six continues the examination of verb conjugation with a focus on past tenses, similar to the structure of present tenses but relating to past time periods. One of the difficulties in explaining
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Darien
This was another challenging lesson. In my time, I have sat in many different classrooms with varying arrangements, and it never really occurred to me the science behind the seating arrangement conven
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Decatur
This unit is a primer for the use and definition of the various forms of future tenses of verbs. It outlines various examples of context for use to help illustrate when one would use each form and gi
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DeKalb
This unit focused on conditionals and reported speech. It is very easy to get these conditionals wrong as they can be a little confusing for a person learning the language. Someone may be able to unde
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Delavan
This unit introduces the subject of evaluating and testing student's language skills. Within it we look at the wide variety of tests that can be used before, during and at the end of an English langua
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Des Plaines
The content of this unit provides a great foundation for teachers. It is a vital tool to know your student's language level and adjust your lessons to make the biggest impacts for the lesson. The vari
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Dixon
I have learned to distinguish the differences among the past tenses. Continuous form : To be (present) + V-ing is Present continuous To be (past) + V-ing is Past continous Perfect form : To have (pr
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Du Quoin
I got so many new advice by in this unit. How can teach the vocabulary and grammer to students. There are so many things that students need to do with new language. The learning new vocabularies and u
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Earlville
This unit provided two examples of classes that demonstrate effective and ineffective teaching methods as applied in a classroom setting. In the first video, the teacher's methods were not as effectiv
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East Dubuque
I learnt about the purpose of productive skills, the different activities that productive skills incorporate and their differences (accuracy, fluency / speaking). I learnt many activities to practice
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East Moline
This unit consisted exclusively of classroom observation. Unlike my previous experience with this activity, these classroom videos were heavily and overtly didactic, and therefore the errors/ less eff
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East Peoria
This Unit on 'Past Tenses' challenged me, as terminology and definitions for tenses are no my strong suit. It was good reinforcement, and also took some additional individual research beyond the chapt
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East St. Louis
Unit 14 offered a great review from materials previously covered in the other Units. This unit also gave great examples and example materials, which I will surely adapt for my current teaching gigs/le
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Edwardsville
This was another challenging lesson. I believe that I speak and write English at a high level, however when breaking down the different verb tenses into their various groups, I find myself having to r
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Effingham
Unit Three begins with brief descriptions and critiques of various methods and techniques commonly used for teaching and learning lanquage, following with a much more in-depth introduction to (and end
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El Paso
This unit discussed methods of incorporating grammar, vocabulary, and language functions into a lesson. It drew on the previous units which covered the ESA (Engage, Study, Activate) model, and provide
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Eldorado
In this unit I have learnt about the resources and equipment to use in a classroom as an English teacher who wants to bring out the best in his students. Also, I have learn about the many different te
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Elgin
The selection of tools and materials needed to conduct a class are important, as the careful selection of these items will help determine whether or not the class will be successful. I enjoyed the con
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Elmhurst
Unit 18 which is about modal and phrasal verb and passive sentences , explains modal s( can , could , might , must, have to , should ….)they are indicate attitudes of the speaker and writer towa
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Elmwood
This Unit was quite short, but it covered many situations that teachers of English can encounter in the classroom. Maybe you have some students who are shy, maybe you have 50 kids in the classroom, ma
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Eureka
This unit showed the difference between a well run class and a poorly run class. It showed that the attitude of the teacher plays a crucial role in ensuring that the students remain interested and par
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Evanston
This unit outlined different materials for learning. The tools available were actually quite outdated as cassettes, vhs and cds are barely even available any more. Still, there was some good points ma
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Fairbury
This unit highlighted some key factors that need to be considered about gestures, grouping possibilities, and student talk time vs teacher talk time. These factors seem to interrelate. The way that th
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Fairfield
According to this first unit, we can see that the role of teacher and learner are equally important. This unit provides us different roles of teacher such as manager, organizer, assessor, prompter...
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Fairview Heights
I learned the differences among the 7 tenses; each detail on their definitions/usages is very important because it makes me think about the right way to say any sentence. It is interesting because I u
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Farmer City
I learned about the different methodologies I could use and where these are focused. I learned different ways of elicitation; different activities that I can apply in my lessons and how to consider th
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Farmington
This unit presented two different lessons on the same topic done by the same teacher. However, the two lessons were wildly different in terms of the teacher's attitude and organization throughout the
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Flora
It was important to differentiate between last lesson's receptive skills and this lesson's productive skills. I found it valuable to learn the difference between accuracy and fluency, and how accuracy
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Freeport
This unit explains how as a teacher I should pay particular attention to the aspect of pronunciation, phonemes and the phonetic alphabet .the unit goes father to explain individual manner of articula
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Fulton
In this lesson, I learnt how to break down sentences from a grammar perspective. It broke down the different components of the English language and how we categorize them. From nouns to verbs to adjec
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Galena
This unit gave some advice on how to troubleshoot some problems that may arise during teaching. I learned the best way to handle the "first lesson" is establish rapport and finding out about each stud
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Galesburg
From this unit, I have learnt the qualities of a good teacher and leaner, the roles and responsibilities of a teacher during different activities and the major differences between young and adult lear
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