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Present, past and future tense are very easy to understand with examples but it's not easy to remember all the rules and structure. Future tense was little more fun to learn because it talks about int
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When it comes to teaching vocabulary, this lesson provided very good points to consider. There is a handful of words that have similar meanings, but some may be easier to teach than others. Planning a
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South Mansfield
From this unit i learned that the proper way to handle a class.There are many different ways to vary a class.Which is vey helpful.For the fist time,i learned that the engage,study,and activate.This is
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South Vacherie
Conditional sentences or expressions are identified with if or when. I have known conditional to only be identified with if and when. I have never known conditionals to be of types, and namely zero, f
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This unit describes the four form or aspects of present tense of the verb including simple present, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. There are various usages of ever
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This unit discusses the two teaching productive skills speaking and writing . Both skills are important but the emphasis is often on the speaking part . The accuracy based activities are usually teach
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In this unit, I learnt that there are some ways to assess students' language level. And there are many ways to evaluate students. For example, a placement test is used for a student before they start
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Unit 20 illustrates about troubleshooting in teaching ESL. This describes some common problems and situations faced by esl teachers especially during first lessons with new and existing groups. Teache
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St. Francisville
The grammars is not easy to get and know. Because the foreigner student will compare their own grammars and it make confuse them to understand. Therefore, the teachers role is very important to give s
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St. Gabriel
Here, in this section, we looked at all of the different types of equipment and teachers aids that might be available to the teacher, as well as some advantages and disadvantages of each. Personally,
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St. James
as a speaker of the language we generally tend to build our sentences correctly without consciously thinking about the grammar but when asked about the grammar of what we speak it becomes difficult fo
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St. Joseph
Unit 18 discussed modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. This was certainly the most difficult chapter for me as I was either never taught this or I do not remember it from school. I learned that th
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St. Martinville
I found this video comparison of the two different lessons useful to demonstrate the difference in how the teacher interacted with the studentsand their response.The first lesson emphasised all the m
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St. Maurice
This unit is focused on the theories and methods behind different forms of teaching techniques. It also discussed Engage-Study-Activate (ESA) in detail along with examples of several ESA lessons invol
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St. Rose
In this unit, I am introduced to different teaching methods, as well as, the main method that we will be focusing on more as new teachers, the ESA- Engage, Study, and Activate method. I understand the
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This unit is about evaluating the students, and testing for different purposes. The unit shows how and when to use for example placement tests, progress tests, practice tests and diagnistic tests. We
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A complicated unit with lots of easily made errors and mistakes, which will always be aside for reviewing. Difficult to explain to students but the guidelines here are well documented and explained in
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Each type of learner requires different styles of teaching from the teacher. Not all classrooms are uniform in level, age, number, experience, or even native culture. In general, with all the groups,
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Unit 13 was all about teaching pronunciation and phonology. As described in the beginning of this unit, this can come as a challenge for both teachers and students in the classroom. This can be a bi
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Course books are a very emotive issue for many teachers. Some teachers swear by them, while other teachers despise them. Almost every published course book has its fans and its detractors. course book
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A unit about lesson planning. This helpful unit explains why lesson planning is necessary and how it can be an essential tool for an inexperienced teacher by thinking thoroughly about the lesson, the
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This unit gives me an idea about teaching different groups of people. And I've been told that there are different teaching tips when you teach different students. For me, I always teach beginner stude
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To be a great English teacher, one needs to develop and practice good teaching principles. Patience, kindness, passionate about English are few traits that we need to have. Teachers need to create an
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Among the things teachers must consider when immersed for the first time in a classroom is to build rapport with the students and orient the students with each other by providing them with “getting
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In this lesson, I learned the different conditionals namely zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional. I also learned the different teaching idea
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This unit is about the pronunciation of words as it is a significant part of learning a language. It deals with phonology and phonetics of the English language specifically. generally, phonology is th
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The third unit explains various methods for teaching English to the educators who their first language is not English. These methods have been used by teachers for many years. Nowadays, the only appro
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This unit focusses on classroom management.It introduces a variety of strategies and techniques to help establish a good rapport without being too teacher dominant.Take into consideration the composi
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I liked how this section covered all the details of the pros and cons of classroom set up and when it would be better to use one over another. This section also looked at all the ways a teacher an exe
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I think its important to evaluate and test students throughout their semester. Most students are learning English to pass and do well on an external exam. I think its really important that they're pre
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This unit covered many pronunciation topics. I found the most useful topics to be: intonation (variation of volume and pitch in a sentence), stress (which word or phrase should be emphasized), and sou
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There are many ways to teach students English or any other foreign language. It is important, though, to beware of the techniques used in the teaching process. Although the traditional grammar-transla
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I found the grammar review in this unit to be very helpful. Specifically, I have always been pretty shaky when it comes to distinguishing between the present perfect and present continuous forms of ve
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The English grammar is much more complicated than we, as a native speaker, assume. There are much more fundamental rules than we normally think about. Even something thought to be as simple as a noun
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The future tense reminds me of the TED talk by Keith Chen, "Could your language affect your ability to save money?" What I found fascinating is that there are languages without future tenses and someh
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Turkey Creek
Noun is the name of person, place or thing. There are countable and uncountable nouns. Common noun,proper noun, compound noun and collective nouns are the various forms of nouns. Verbs are the action
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In this unit I learned allot about The past Tenses. The system and structure of past tenses is not too different form the present tenses except that it relate to past time periods. The past simple is
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This unit illustrates the past tense of the verb. It has four forms such as simple past, past perfect, past continuous and past perfect continuous. Past tense is used to indicate that something happen
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Evaluations are great ways to monitor the student's learning progress as well as helping to plan future course focuses. Evaluations can take the forms of tutorials, student evaluations, and tests. Tut
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Unit 4 talks about the types of present tense which is:The present simple, The present continuous(present progressive),The present perfect and the present perfect continuous. The present simple tense
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There are some basic skills in a language; receptive skills – this deals with only the reading and listening, productive skills – this deals with only speaking and writing. They are equally i
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Unit 17 discussed the types of equipment and teaching aids used in the classroom including whiteboards, IWB's, overhead projectors, visual aids, worksheets, cassette recorders, CD's and DVD's, video c
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I found this unit t be a bit easier than previous units. It helped me to put into context the general structures that I learned in unit 3. I saw examples of using different ESA structures with differ
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Vienna Bend
From this unit,I reviewed the present tense once again. The present tense is not that hard to underst and to teach. But the kids might be confused when learned too much at one time .I think when the t
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Village St. George
I personally think that lesson planning is a great tool every teacher should endeavour to have. Reading from the units and with some experience I have had teaching, it is most useful to have a lesson
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Ville Platte
This unit involved watching 2 videos: 1 with a positive class demonstration and 1 with a negative class demonstration. I feel I learned a lot from this unit. The positive class in particular I gained
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I have leant that a good teacher should be fair,knowledgable and motivate students. A good learner should be willing to learn, experiment and accept mistakes. The various roles of a teacher are being
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The ideas and guidelines for lesson planning in this unit seem like they could be very very useful. One challenge I think I may have in this respect that was covered in this unit was the idea of overp
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I think the beginning of the unit is very accurate in that many of the things learned about the present tense can still be carried over to learning about the past tense. Much like the present tense, h
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Unit 3 provides methods and techniques on learning and teaching language. Some of these methods are teacher-centered while some are learner-centered. The efficacy and effectiveness of these methods ma
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