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Ackley
This unit goes over the forms, usages, common student mistakes, and teaching ideas for the four forms of present tense. I found the "usages" section of each form most helpful because a native English
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Ackworth
This unit extensively explains the factors that need to be considered when teaching pronunciation such as stress, intonation, articulation and rhythm. It may be hard for a non-native speaker of Englis
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Adair
I learned from this unit how to teach new language to my future learners. This topic taught me how to teach vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions considering the suggested typical
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Adams
From this lesson I have learned about the importance of classroom etiquette and being polite towards students. I have also learned about how a teacher's attitude can affect students' learning. A good
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Adel
The productive skills are speaking and writing, learners use these skills to produce language. Accuracy and fluency are two different factors which can determine the success of English language in th
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Afton
The unit contains many ideas on how to become a better teacher using 'smart' lesson plans writing and monitoring your own lessons in order to have your lessons improved. Very useful and helpful for me
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Agency
The first unit of the course, Teachers and Learners is interesting for me because it organized information about teachers and students' qualities, roles and responsibilities in a way I never thought o
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Ainsworth
In unit 18 modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice are examined, also there is given a brief overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses. Modals can be used to express different ideas, such as
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Akron
Although I believe strongly that teaching pronunciation is important to English language learners, I do not find it helpful to use the phonetic alphabet. This may change as I become a more experienced
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Albert City
In this unit it covers the importance of teaching new languages and the methods that teachers should understand and implement in order to each efficiently and effectively. The main points of discussio
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Albia
Unit 13 gives an overview on teaching pronunciation and phonology. When teaching pronunciation, teachers should try to help students with their intonation and where to put stress on words. Statemen
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Albion
The unit has very good information on what and how to provide information to the students. It follows the similar training I have when behavior based safety. Pointing out that engaging the students g
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Alburnett
Students' levels and progress should be evaluated at all stages of English learning, and include external exams that teachers may need to prepare students for. The first evaluations that English learn
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Alden
this unit focuses on the past tenses , simple past , past continuous tense, past perfect tense, past perfect continuous tense.the past tenses of the verbs sometimes create difficulties how to properly
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Alexander
Unit 13 outlines all of the different aspects that go into teaching pronunciation. Intonation is the difference in the volume and pitch in sentences. Stress is where the emphasis is placed in words an
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Algona
This unit covered the theories, methods and techniques in teaching English. The preferred method covered in detail is the ESA method, which comprises of different stages or phases in a lesson. E - eng
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Alleman
This is a very helpful unit in which we can compare and contrast a mediocre delivery, versus best practices. It all starts with the attitude of the teacher. For example, smiling can make all the diffe
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Allerton
Last unit of grammar was also the most difficult grammar unit so far. I found most difficult the phrasal verbs and their 3 types: intransitive, transitive separable and transitive inseparable. The vid
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Allison
This will be one of the parts of teaching English that I enjoy the most! The general principles surrounding lesson planning are similar to the teaching I've done in the past. I am a person who likes t
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Alta
WHEN TEACHING A NEW LANGUAGE IT MUST BE APPROPRIATE FOR THE LEVEL OF THE STUDENTS AND FOCUS MORE ON COMMONLY USED VOCABULARY THAT THAT WHICH THEY WILL RARELY USE. THEY NEAD TO KNOW THE MEANING, THE ST
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Alta Vista
This unit we watched two lessons, and I have personally labeled them "The Bad Lesson" and "The Good Lesson". Between the two lessons you can see how well the teacher behaves and how that affects the c
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Alton
Unit 19 discusses how to teach various special groups. Some teachers will have to teach beginners. There are more than just one type of beginner, for example, the false beginner, adult beginner, and
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Altoona
This lesson focuses on the equipment and teaching aids. I have learned about many different teaching aids, such as computers, course books , CD player, dictionaries, visual aids, interactive whiteboar
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Alvord
This unit covered the various classroom management techniques and the flexibility required of the teacher when faced with difficult challenges. I was surprised the most by the section about establishi
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Ames
There are 4 important things that students should do with new language: be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it's constructed and be able to use it. Vocabulary is central to Englis
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Anamosa
This unit dealt with subtleties in classroom management. I was not very happy with the multiple choice test questions this time around. I felt that their wording was set up in a way to intentionally c
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Andover
Wow! As a native English learner, growing up in the United States, I completely forgot the complexity that is the English language. This unit gave me a reality check on how difficult learning English
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Andrew
My favorite sentence in this unit will be: A ‘good teacher’ will most likely to have ‘good students’. I always think the teacher could change students’ behaviors by the teacher’s own perso
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Anita
Learning the basic usage of past tense in every sentence usage gave me a brief view that proper usage of past tense word or sentence is essential in creating a good grammar. Upon learning this course
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Ankeny
The past tenses of the english language tends to be the most complex conjugations. From the addition of extra verbs (had and been), to the changing form of the verb itself (-ing ending to -ed ending),
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Anthon
In this unit we look at teaching specialised groups. We have different groups and teachers should be able to identify the students levels by administering a placement test before anything else. There
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Aplington
There are four basic skills in any language: reading and listening, speaking and writing. Listening and reading are receptive skills. All are equally important and wherever possible we should try to
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Arcadia
I learned the forms and usages of past tenses (past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous). This was a complete review for me since along with preposition and present tense
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Archer
Classroom managing is quite touch job for a teacher,as it is requested a sense of management to plan it out. In order to ensure all the students to get involve into the lesson, the class has to be wel
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Aredale
This Unit demonstrates us a sample of the ESA lesson. It consists of two parts. At the beginning of the lesson a teacher explains what the students accomplish today. He tries to engage them. As long a
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Arion
The content that I have learned from this unit itself has greatly provide in-depth of how a teacher and a student's relationship should be in a real practical classroom environment. I feel that what m
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Arispe
In this unit I saw many things that can help a teacher to draw up a good lesson plan for a lesson without being in total control of the class and shadowing the students as well as being a good and fle
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Arlington
This Unit is about productive skills - speaking and writing. There are two types of activities - accuracy and fluency. The first one is about producing correct language. The second on is about communi
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Armstrong
There are four past tenses in English. The simple past tense expresses an action that happened in the past and the time of the action is usually clearly specified. The past continuous tense expresses
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Arnolds Park
In Unit 6, we studied the different types of past tense verbs. There are many irregular verb forms to consider in this particular tense. One irregular verb form is the verb 'to go'. When conjugated t
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Arthur
Grade school didn't teach us about the differing present tenses so this will be an invaluable tool in the future. Native speakers use this every day but I don't think many know about the nuances. Pres
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Asbury
This unit covers methods for teaching new vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. Acquiring new vocabulary occurs at every level of English language learning. It is common that students will know
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Ashton
Unit thirteen focused on pronunciation and phonology. Having never been taught very much about either of these two subjects, I found this material very challenging. The phonology section covered three
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Aspinwall
Unit 15 discusses the use of evaluation and testing in the classroom. There are many ways to assess students' language levels including tutorials, evaluation by students, and tests. The most familiar
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Atalissa
This was another helpful unit. Nothing really new, but helpful for clarification. I expect the hardest challenge in teaching the past tense will be familiarizing my students with the irregular verbs,
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Atkins
Today I learned about the 4 common Present Tenses. I learned about the different ways to identify each type and the patterns that each tense have. I was able to easily identify in the mistake and erro
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Atlantic
THE FIUTURE TENSES ARE QUITE COMPLEX AS THERE ARE AT LEAST 7 FORMS TO EXPRESS THEM. FUTURE SIMPLE LIKE A FACT, FUTURE CONTINIOUS TO EXPLAIN WHAT WILL BE HAPPENING FOR A CERTAIN TIME IN THE FUTURE, FUT
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Auburn
This unit covered the basics of teaching receptive skills, which are reading and listening. There are several problems that students commonly deal with when learning to read and listen in English, esp
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Audubon
Whenever meeting the new class, a teacher will deal with two categories of groups: new and existing. If it’s a first lesson, it’s not recommended to get to grammar exercises and resort to course b
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Aurelia
THE TEACHER HAS ACCESS TO A WIDE VARIETY OF MATERIALS TO HELP TEACH A COURSE. THE MOST CLASSIC ONE BEING THE BLACK BOARD THOUGH MOST TEACHERS PREFERS THE WHITE BOARD WHICH IS EASIER TO LEARN. YOU CAN
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