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Liscomb
According to unit 1 , I learnt quite a lot, especially about upper intermediate and intermediate since my time as a teacher I never thought of a clear view of the two stages , i kind of generall
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Little Rock
In this unit, I learned about the different parts of speech. I learned about pronouns, nouns, prepositions, conjunctions, adjectives, adverbs, superlatives, comparatives, transitive and intransitive v
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Little Sioux
What materials are used in the classroom is important because it provides an outline for the school year. Different materials have both their advantages and disadvantages. Course books are provided
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Livermore
The unit discusses the teachings of each special group (beginners, individuals, children, business clients and multilingual students). It goes into details about the specific ways to approach each gro
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Lockridge
This lesson taught me the subtleties of successful teaching. The lesson plan is important, but things like eye contact, Westin arrangement, and where the teacher stands can influence the flow of the c
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Logan
This unit on productive skills, writing and speaking made me realized that I never taught a writing center class. I only gave homework to my students and I thought that that should be enough. I am cer
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Lohrville
This is an interesting section, as problems like this do come up a lot from memory when I taught in China. Specifically I found the importance of the first lesson in building a good relationship with
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Lone Rock
This lesson is about how and why to each productive skills. This means why each activity has a specific purpose. This lesson covers what stage to use writing and speaking in. Indirectly this lesson m
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Lone Tree
This unit gives a quick overview of the parts of speech as defined by this TEFL course. The following eight parts of speech are covered; nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns
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Long Grove
In this unit, we examine the many ways we can keep the classroom under control, and it is very important to mention that we do not learn to be dominators of the classroom. We are not the judge, jury a
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Lorimor
This unit introduced me to pronunciation and phonology in much more detail than I knew previously. Stress, rhythm and intonation come naturally when speaking in the native language, it doesn't require
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Lost Nation
As a teacher, maintaining an active role in the class is necessary, but not in what you may expect. Needing to consistently and precisely maintain the roles of prompter, observer, manager, model, and
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Lovilia
This unit is the most challenging for me so far because I had to familiarize myself with the phonemic alphabet in order to understand the phonetic script as well as the manner and places of articulati
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Low Moor
Being a native English speaker, it's very easy to overlook the specific parts of speech. This section enabled me to really explore the differences between the parts of speech. I understood the differe
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Lowden
The video presentation gives me an idea of how to deal with the students of different language inside the classroom. As teacher I realized that, in teaching there must me of atmosphere where the stude
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Lu Verne
This lesson delves deep into the types of grammar seen within regular English classes in my opinion. The question of using either "has" or "had" being one example of what is necessary to teach within
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Luana
This Unit is about conditionals and reported speech. There are 5 types of conditional sentences. Zero (if/when + present simple, present simple) is used for facts. First (if + present simple, will) is
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Lucas
Pronunciation involves individual sounds, word stress, sentence stress, intonation, and word linking. English pronunciation involves too many complexities for learners to strive for a complete elimin
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Luther
This unit was very long and very thorough on all types of teaching English situations. I have taught one on one and young audults, the other teaching situations are very new to me. I was surprised to
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Luxemburg
I think the most important thing to keep in mind regarding teaching aids is variety. A video is great to get the students interested, especially during the engage phase. However, if videos as overplay
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Luzerne
In this unit, we see the use of teaching equipment and aids. The following are resources often found in classrooms and training centers. White or black board. All classes should have a board because t
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Lynnville
Unit 12 is focused on the productive skills and games that teachers can use, to get a better connections with students and provoke deeper interest into learning. I learned the importance of the speaki
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Lytton
The unit course presented the methods and techniques of teaching. How the classroom to be properly managed and created an atmosphere where the students would really learned and enjoyed. A good rapport
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Macedonia
This unit, Managing the Classroom introduced completley new material to me. I learned a lot about how to organize a class, how to deal with individual students within a class, and what how to present
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Macksburg
It has been a very long time since I reviewed the variations of the present tense so this unit has been particularly helpful. It amazing how many rules and exceptions to those rules the English langua
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Madrid
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Magnolia
I feel I have learnt the structure of teaching a lesson in perfect tense. First there should be a general class warmer evoking the present perfect in the context of cities and countries around the wor
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Maharishi Vedic City
This unit was about classroom management and different styles. Unfortunately as I am an assistant teacher I do not have a great deal of control over how to manage my classes. However, it has helped me
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Mahaska
Teachers should not rely on course books for their teaching. Firstly, course books may not be available, and second, the materials created by the teacher can be more interesting and relevant than a co
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Malcom
The unit discusses various ways to evaluate a student's language level whether it's prior to commencing English lessons, during or at the end of the school year. There are three ways to evaluate and t
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Mallard
when we learned English , we should have some skills to support. one: receptive skill contained reading and listening. two:productive skill contained speaking and writing. for the first one. I think
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Maloy
in this unit we learn about roles and responsibilities of both student and learners.a good teacher is that really care about his/her teaching but cares even more about the learning of student.an sensi
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Malvern
In Unit 1 I have read a lot of useful information that sums up general knowledge about what a good teacher and student should be. We all were students and had our role-models among teachers. This fact
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Manchester
Even though writing and speaking are concidered as productive language skills, they have a number of differences and that is why a teacher should use different methods to teach them to students. Teach
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Manilla
In this unit, the multiple forms of future tense were covered. I found this unit more confusing than present and past tenses units. Since there are many interchangeable uses between future tenses and
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Manly
THIS LESSON WAS ABOUT RECEPTIVE SKILLS WHICH ARE READING AND LISTENING AS OPPOSED TO PRODUCTIVE SKILLS WHICH WOULD BE WRITING AND SPEAKING. EVEN IF THE EMPHASIS IS PUT ON ONE PARTICULAR SKILL IT IS GO
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Manning
Unit nine focused on lesson planning and the primary functions a lesson plan provides. Though there wasn't a lot of content to learn in this unit, I found in highly valuable. The lesson planning templ
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Manson
This unit briefly covered the approaches to teaching new vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. It taught me how to determine the eligibility of the material I want to teach and provided example
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Mapleton
This unit focused on vocabulary and structure. What struck me the most was the example given about describing one's house. Even though there are rules to any language that are applicable to all aspe
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Maquoketa
This unit gave an overview of the various methods that have been developed for teaching language. While each of these methods have some valuable aspects, it seemed to me that these approaches were ra
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Marathon
While this unit was brief, it was definitely informative. I did not know what receptive skills were prior to this lesson. I particularly liked the discussion of the difference between reading and list
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Marble Rock
This lesson was an interesting one as it allowed the observer to see in a real classroom setting the difference between effective and ineffective teaching techniques, as well as the impact of the teac
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Marcus
Unit 17 outlines many of the teaching resources and equipment that you find and can use in a classroom. Some of these you will already have in your classroom like a board or overhead projector. While
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Marengo
first of all, i have learnt that verbs are classified into transitive and intransitive those followed by an object and those that stand alone. more so, i have learnt about verb transitions from the in
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Marion
This unit is focused on comparing two demonstration lesson videos for learning which one is good and which one need to improve. It is very useful for inexperienced teachers like me to have a preparati
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Marne
The unit course give an overview about lesson planning. Its importance and how to make it. Lesson planning is important because, it will served as an aid, a working document, and a record for the teac
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Marquette
Conditionals are used to speak about what could happen, what might have happened, what we wish would happen... We use the zero conditional to talk about things that are always true. We use the first c
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Marshalltown
This lesson focuses on how to evaluate students. I have learned three ways to assess a student's language level: Tutorials, evaluation by the students,tests.I have learned different kinds of evaluatin
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Martelle
The focus of this module is how to teach receptive skills, which are reading and listening. The unit builds on concepts previously learned in the other units. For example, it creates a framework for l
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Martensdale
Good lesson planning is essential to the process of teaching and learning. The best option is always to be prepared. The lesson plan is a working document, which helps you to keep on target and gives
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