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Shellsburg
On reflection - when teaching, not only English, but all subjects a teacher needs to be passionate about teaching the subject matter, but more importantly the success of and relationship formed with;
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Shenandoah
As a part of English language that most of learners are afraid of, and have trouble with. If it is viewed by using logic while reading the words and connecting them to other pieces of grammar it will
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Sherrill
This unit made me think of something that I have been taking for granted now that I know how to conjugate verbs into its various forms. To be able to teach it to students with their native language no
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Shueyville
The unit thoroughly explains the parts of speech that make up for the intricate English language; Grammar. I have learnt the various categories of the English Grammar and how to properly use them when
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Sibley
In this unit I have read about four aspects of the present tense in English language. Yes, for some students it's difficult to distinguish the difference between them, due to the absence of even tense
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Sidney
This Unit is about past tenses in English. There are 4 of them. Past Simple is used for actions in the past with the exact time period. Past Continuous is used for actions that were in progress for so
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Sigourney
There are many different ways to manage a class and many different variables to take into account in order to maintain discipline as well as ensure student participation. It is important to take note
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Silver City
Unit five, which has taught me many things, covers the many aspects of the dynamic of the classroom, focusing on teacher behavior, student behavior, and the arrangement of the classroom. It is expecte
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Sioux
Unit 16 is focused on conditionals, reported and directed speech. As the other grammar lessons this one is also a bit heavy, but I managed to understand more about the five main types of conditionals,
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Sioux Center
In this unit we examine the many parts of a lesson plan and examine an example of a lesson plan itself. This lesson though does make me question: if I am teaching a two or more classes would defining
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Sioux City
In this unit, we learned about the different types of present tense. There are several different forms that present tense comes in. We have present simple, present perfect, present continuous, and pre
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Sioux Rapids
This unit covered things such as accuracy and fluency activities, speaking activities, encouraging speaking in class,techniques to interaction, and lessons that relate to the activities. This unit giv
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Slater
This unit explained parts of a sentence. It defined each part as well as explained their use and gave extensive examples. As a native English speaker, I knew about the basics of each part of speech, b
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Sloan
This unit discussed testing and evaluation. The main types of testing in the classroom are placement, diagnostic, progress, practice, and achievement test. Outside of the language school context, stud
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Smithland
This unit is about is about common problems and situations and their solutions. In the first lesson, each new teaching position, a teacher will be faced with meeting a number of new classes for the fi
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Soldier
This unit has been of great importance to me because i have learnt that a teachers personality is key in determining effectiveness of the teaching and learning process, a good teacher is likely to hav
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Solon
This unit speaks about the present tenses (present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous), their usage, forms, gives ideas about activities during the activate sta
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Somers
I learnt from this unit the different evaluation methods used in teaching English. I understand the need to assess the students before beginning a course to make sure they are placed into the right l
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South English
This unit was a continuation of the last unit, talking about basic language skills. This unit focused on productive skills, speaking and writing. The importance in these two skills is that this is h
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Spencer
This unit gives advice on how to handle different class sizes as well as multilingual classes. It describes how a teacher should first approach the class by establishing rapport and not necessarily st
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Spillville
In the first video, comparing to the video #2, we can see a lot of teacher's mistakes. - the teacher didn't introduce himself to the students; - didn't involve all the students and didn't try to motiv
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Spirit Lake
The five future tenses covered in this unit include, future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous and the be going tense. There are also two present tenses that have fu
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Spragueville
There are four present tenses: present simple, present continuous (progressive), present perfect, and present perfect continuous. The present simple tense's basic form uses one word, for example "read
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Spring Hill
In this unit we discuss tools teachers can use to further the understand of the lesson and keep students attention. This includes items used years ago like over head projectors (OHP) or Interactive Bo
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Springbrook
In this unit it teaches all aspiring teachers the theories, methods and strategies/techniques teachers should impart to the students. These methods/strategies are a great help in the process of studen
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Springville
I learned the two different attitude of a teacher in a class. The teacher in the first lesson did not establish a good rapport with his students resulting in an uninterested and intimidated learners.
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St. Ansgar
In this unit we discuss grammar at what seemed to me to be a higher level, this is because passive voices are discussed in high school and college. This discussion includes the passive voice and its v
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St. Anthony
In Unit 1, we have covered about teachers and what they are expected to do. Teachers are expected to care about the students education and not about the job. The teacher has over all nine different ta
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St. Charles
Just like the previous units explaining present and past tense, I found patterns using auxiliary verbs, such as have or been, to help identify what form of the future tense is being used. The way each
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St. Donatus
In this unit we explore the many forms and uses of past tense, this is important because, same with the present tense, this is one topic that is hard for many English speakers to grasp let alone Engli
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St. Lucas
This unit covers an introduction into pronunciation and phonology. This has been the hardest lesson for me so far. As a native speaker, I understand the pronunciations, but teaching it to someone el
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St. Marys
This unit re-introduced the concept of receptive and productive skills, focusing on receptive skills of reading and listening specifically. The unit outlined the different skills employed depending on
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St. Olaf
This unit covered the concept of modal verbs, the passive vs the active voice, and phrasal verbs. These concepts seem to be geared more towards at least intermediate English students - rather than beg
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St. Paul
Theories are numerous, but I believe that working to find the best in-class technique cannot be limited to just what the teacher is comfortable with using. In my experience so far, using rudimentary v
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Stacyville
Unit 20 discusses some of the most common problems that a teacher might have in the classroom and some things they can do to deal with said problem. Some of the problems that a teacher might run into
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Stanhope
This unit really consolidated some great pedagogical information about the two creative aspects of learning English. I found a number of sections to really affirm beliefs I already have. It would be v
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Stanley
Unit 7 discussed teaching new language in a general sense. There are four conditions that need to be met for a student to learn a new language; exposure to the language, understand the meaning of the
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Stanton
The troubleshooting tips given in this unit was very helpful as it gives comprehensive information about the usual problems that can be observed in class. The suggestions are very realistic and can ea
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Stanwood
This unit talks about teaching productive skills such as speaking and writing. It also talks about the uses of accuracy and fluency, which is stated to be equally important. I was able to learn from t
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State Center
Unit 16 covers conditionals and reported speech. Both language points can cause difficulty for English language learners and teachers alike. The unit outlines the structure and use of the conditionals
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Steamboat Rock
This unit helped me realize what are the important things we should keep in mind when writing the lesson plan, for example writing what I expect the students to achieve by the end of the lesson, havin
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Stockport
It is essential that the whole class be done in English and not use the 1st language of the student. This is a much more efficient way of teaching. Having other students try to correct a fellow studen
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Stockton
In this section I learned about the parts of speech. Verbs, nouns, adjectives, articles, adverbs, conjunctions, gerunds, prepositions, and pronouns. much of this was review for me, being a native Engl
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Storm Lake
This unit covered the various forms of past tenses, from past perfect to past perfect continuous. I had not realized that there were so many forms of tenses, but this unit made me more confident in un
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Story City
In this unit we look at the parts of speech, piece by piece allowing me to analysis every piece of speech. This was important to review and to make sure we have a better grasp on, because this is wher
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Stout
This unit covered information on teaching productive skills. I found it useful to learn different ways to encourage students to be more active speakers in class and creative writers. Emphasis on what
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Stratford
This seems pretty simple to teach though maybe not to learn from a foreign language point for irregular verbs. All languages have irregular things in their formatting but English seems to have the mos
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Strawberry Point
This unit provided the last of the basic grammar skills generally taught for EFL classes. The major points were modals, passive voice, clauses, and phrases. Modals are used in different ways to show
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Struble
This unit was fantastic. I learnt about many different approaches to language which can help me with my lesson planning. The list of activities for the engage section of the ESA is a great set of reso
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Stuart
In this unit we look at vocabulary, Grammar and functions.It's evident that students need to be exposed to the language they are learning.They should fully understand the languages meaning, understand
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