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Boyce
Unit 17 represents a wide variety of teaching aids and equipment that can be used for conducting an interesting and effective lesson starting with some simple things as board, visual aids, worksheets
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Branch
Unit 2 focused on grammar. Specifically, it tackled the proper usage of nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, and conjunctions. As English speakers, we often do not pay att
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Breaux Bridge
Planning in general is done so that a task or set of tasks can be accomplished easier rather than shooting from the hip. It allows for the structured completion of the task that needs to be completed.
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Bridge City
This unit is about books and materials which has to be used in a typical English language class. There are two types of materials such as authentic and created materials. It should be noted that accor
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Broussard
phonology is the whole sound system of a language.Intonation is the variation in volume and pitch.It carries the message in a sentence.One word can have one stress and articles,pronouns and prepositio
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Brownfields
I have learned about the roles of effective teachers and learners. Teachers have a variety of roles to play. A teacher should be prepared to facilitate and monitor the students and actively engage, t
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Brownsville
Unit eight covered the future tenses. For each tense form, usage, mistakes and teaching ideas were given. The future simple tense indicates actions in the future. The tense is used for promises, futur
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Brusly
This unit was interesting and I loved the video because it was so clear and gave me confidence about grammar. In this unit, I got familiar with lots of new words and the examples was good. I have lear
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Bryceland
In this lesson I learned its important for the teacher to be flexible with their teaching style. To control different activities and to encourage students to talk more depends on where your position i
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Bunkie
The skills of managing a classroom include eye contact, voice and gesture. To hold attention of the students and show encouragement, a good eye contact is necessary. A teacher must speak slowly and cl
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Buras
This unit discusses classroom management and the necessities of controlling a class while having their respect while maintaining authority. Some important topics included gestures, eye contact, the im
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Cade
the teachers rules every important in the class. those two videos teach the same concept of English however, the result is huge different. firstly, the teacher needs to well prepare for the class. if
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Calhoun
I think that the particular culture that one is teaching in can have a significant effect on the topics covered in this unit. I intend on teaching English in Japan after completing this course and for
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Calvin
Receptive skills are important when teaching English to students. It is a basic skill that a student of English needs to grasp and understand well in order to learn English successfully. When studying
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Cameron
The focus of this section has been on the various teaching methods and techniques.This section also looked at some of the various theories about some of the best ways to be able to effectively teach E
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Campti
While talking about learning new language this unit taught whatever the level of class ,there are few things students need to do with new language..exposed it,understand the meaning ,understand how it
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Cankton
The system and structure of past tense is not to different from present tense except that past tense is obviously related to the past period of time.Also usage of all form of past tense is something t
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Carencro
Unit 18 is a review of the uses/functions of modals when constructing more meaningful sentences. Modals, when clearly explained to learners, add more texture and context to speech. Unit 18 also remind
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Carlyss
The distinguishes between Present Perfect, and Present Perfect Continuous was difficult to grasp at first. As a native speaker of English, it never crossed my mind which of the tenses were being used
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Castor
Teaching speech has two important elements: accuracy and fluency. Both are equally important. Accuracy is better suited for the Study phase where the focus is on making sure of the correct pronunciati
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Catahoula
Unit eleven covered receptive skills- reading and listening. There are two reasons for reading and listening: entertainment and purpose. Entertainment refers to listening to or reading information bec
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Cecilia
The two video demonstrations were very clear in their depiction of student/teacher relationships, the classroom environment and the effectiveness of lesson outcomes. The first video was painful to wat
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Center Point
Here, in this last grammar section we had a chance to learn about phrasal verbs, passive voice, and modals. I learned the difference between active voice, where the focus is on the person, and passive
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Central
The first unit discusses the teacher and the learner. That is what I took out of this chapter. Specifically, what I appreciated and will focus on as a teacher is not talking for so much time (ie. 90%)
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Chackbay
Planning a lesson is a very important task. The lesson needs to have structure but cannot be too rigid. First and foremost, the lesson needs an objective, or goal to focus on. And to make the lessons
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Chalmette
In this unit i have learned what makes a good teacher and what makes a good leaner. The different roles a teacher will have during a typical lesson explained very clear. The language level breakdowns
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Charenton
Unit 14 shares the knowledge about books and material that can be used in the teaching process. A good teacher can use a bunch of materials ranging from the course books to some additional supplementa
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Chataignier
Unit 7 emphasized that students has to do something about a new language learned. Students can do so by exposing themselves to the language, understand its meaning and how it is constructed, and produ
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Chatham
There were a lot of valuable notes in this chapter, the biggest being that only experience can help you grow into a well developed teacher. This is just because the management and instruction of a gro
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Chauvin
This unit focuses on writing and speaking. While it is true writing, in general, is less focused during most ESL classes and more often thought of as homework. I find that from experience; hearing sto
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Cheneyville
In this section I realized how big the English language is and many different we use modal auxiliary verbs. For example "may" can be used in different ways, and its important to teach students when to
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Choctaw
I am glad that this course has provided a unit entirely directed at potential problems myself and fellow ESL teachers may encounter. I am certain I will be presented with an opportunity to apply many
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Choudrant
This units about the past tense. the past tense is important when you explain your experienced past, therefore when i teach the student in future, i will make the student perfectly understand about th
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Church Point
This was the most challenging of all of the grammar-focused units and took some time to complete. In regards to conditional statements, I am sympathetic to the fact presented on page 2 that many stude
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Claiborne
When I watched the two videos, I saw the difference on the ways the teachers teach in each video. I realized that it is important for a teacher to develop knowledge, skills and attitude because these
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Clarence
Unit 20, last section! We took a look at a few of the potential problems a teach might face, and some solutions for these problems. First, we see again how building proper rapport plays a large role i
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Clarks
This unit is about identifying parts of speech, going through the different forms of verbs and tenses. I found it to be very explanatory, and even though I consider myself being fluid in english, I mu
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Clayton
Unit 14 tells about the course books and lesson materials. It covers the different types, advantages and disadvantages of various learning materials that ESL teacher can utilize. Mainly, they are cate
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Clinton
Based on my understanding of Unit 2, being a native speaker of a language is not a guarantee in knowing the grammar of that language. It may be the case that native speakers are so used to speaking th
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Colfax
Learners of the English Language most definitely need to be assessed and evaluated to know how much language they have acquired and how much has been retained. With self-motivated learners, assessment
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Collinston
The teaching skill and method were quite different depends on the group characteristic. Therefore, i will prepare suitable material for different groups. And the important of first class, i over prepa
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Columbia
Unit 9 was an introduction to lesson planning and how to create an appropriate lesson plan. The lesson plan that was presented in the unit followed the ESA phases in a real life class setting with re
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Convent
Teachers must have a clear idea of the profile of their learners so that the former can align/organize their teaching style to the classroom scenario and context of the latter. Different types of lear
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Converse
Unit twelve covered speaking and writing, which are productive skills. There are two equally important aspects: accuracy and fluency. Accuracy activities are conducted during the study phase, controll
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Cotton Valley
From this unit, I learned a lot teaching points about conditional and reported speech.Some of these points are kind of review to me.But there are many methods listed which is about how to teach these
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Cottonport
In this section i learned all about the different parts of speech. I learned that despite speaking English all the time, there are a lot of rules and exceptions to those rules that I never really thin
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Coushatta
making young learners produce the language they learn is far more challenging than making them just listen and understand . it is a challenging task. this unit made me know some systematical methods o
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Covington
In this module, the various theories, methods and techniques required to teach English as a foreign language is highlighted and discussed. There are various methodologies that can be used in accordanc
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Creola
My students struggled with various past tenses, especially past perfect and past perfect continuous. I think it's more effective to draw a horizontal line to indicate when an action occurred and how l
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Crescent
Teaching can vary according to the language level of students. For beginners, we must keep the language and instructions simple and more visual. We must be supportive and respond to individual needs w
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