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Unit 14 tells us about course books and lesson materials. Teachers use authentic or created materials to conduct lesson. Authentic materials are things a native English speaker will hear or read whil
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By completing unit nine I now understand the reason and importance of lesson planning. By making a lesson plan that includes the learners objectives, personal aims, language, teaching aids, anticipate
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The two main "dimensions" that it seems a teacher must decide on are their target students' age and experience. These two factors greatly determine the ideal style of teaching and whether the teacher
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In this unit, different forms of teaching equipment were reviewed. The advantages and disadvantages of each teaching tool were discussed and examples of uses in the classroom were provided. What I fou
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This unit taught me a lot about the basic structures and foundations of good teachers and learners. It's interesting to see how culture can play a role in learning and I look forward to learning more
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This unit laid out different ways in which I can establish good rapport with my students as a teacher as well as ways in which I can foster good rapport between the students, ways in which I can have
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In this unit I have learnt about teaching special groups. there are types of classes, absolute beginners, false beginners, adult beginner, the younger beginner and the beginner without Roman Alphabet.
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I learned about the different tenses of the future tense system. They include future simple, future continuous, future perfect, and future perfect continuous. There are also some aspects of present
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Kennebec County
In this unit 19 it was mentioned the differences between teaching adults on a regular school english class, children and business english. The information provided was to make sure and know how to pac
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There are various methods and techniques for learning and teaching language. Engage, Study and Activate incorporates all the different standard methods and techniques and is appropriate for new teache
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Unit 12 we discussed the other side of the basic language skills, not the perceptive skill but the productive skills. Productive skills in the English language are writing and speaking. Both are equa
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This unit is about future tenses. There are seven of them. Each of them is desribed in details, how we form it, where we can use it and how we can practise it. There are also the class activities a te
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This unit has taught me about the different forms of present tenses. They are mainly; Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. I have also learnt about how t
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This unit was useful for quantifying the motivations of students and how to get to them, specifically applied to learning how to receive another's language and understand. I find it interesting how y'
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Knox County
This unit covered different types of equipment and resources that teachers can rely on when delivering classes, such as whiteboards, visual aids, CD players, worksheets, computers, and cassette record
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This was a very difficult lesson to learn, there are many different types of past tenses that each have a different meaning. I struggled a lot to remember the differences, if it wasn't for the example
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Unit 13 talk about pronunciation and phonology. The areas of stress, intonation, rhythm and the Phonetic Alphabet help students to understand the pronunciation of English. Intonation carries the mess
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Unit eight showed similarities to units four and six. In all three of these units, different forms of tenses were examined. Specifically, in unit eight, future tense was examined. With future tense, t
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Unit 12 talks about Productive Skills is based on teaching skills Writing and speaking are two productive skills. The speaking activities in the classroom include controlled activities, guided activit
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Unit thirteen covers pronunciation and phonology and the teaching thereof. The Unit states that pronunciation maybe the most neglected aspect of teaching english which ironically I feel is a part I fo
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Phonemics is a topic I have actually studied in the past, just for personal interest (as well as for learning Hungarian), and thus was already familiar with most of the technical aspects of this chapt
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In unit 16, we learned five main conditionals (zero, first, second, third, and mixed), and direct speech and reported speech with changes needed when converting direct speech sentences into reported s
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In this unit I have learnt about conditional and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences "if" or "when". There are five main conditionals, zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional,
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From this unit I have learnt about the heart and characteristics of the teacher, the roles of a teacher and when it would be appropriate to execute the various roles, the traits of good learners, the
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Pronounciation is a very important part of language, but often neglected by lots of teachers.This unit talked about what is pronuciation and how to teach it well. From phonology part, there are lots o
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This unit explains how to teach productive skills. Productive skills are teaching and writing and are essential to the learning process of the English language. Sometimes, it can be hard to get studen
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This unit was an overview of teaching pronunciation. Included in the unit, was phonology, intonation, phonetics, stress, articulation and manner, and the IPA's English version. There were also some te
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In this unit, I learned about the factors that go into selecting vocabulary. When selecting vocabulary, certain criteria are important to be followed: how appropriate the vocabulary is for the studen
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Lincoln County
This unit was about the past tense and the different usages of the past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. The past simple is used for a past action when the time is g
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So, in this unit I actually found myself discovering things I had no idea of. It's nice to see there are so many ways of teaching (and also learning) students. Also, it points out how important it is
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In this unit I have course books and materials. Learning materials are divided into are divided into two groups, authentic and created materials. The examples of authentic materials are programs, maga
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Unit eight is again about tenses, this time the future tense. I think that the repetition of tenses should be making it easier to know and identify, but it could be the redundancy has me clouded.Defi
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This lesson provides lists of advantages and disadvantages to having course books. Certain aspects of the course books can be supplemented with authentic or created material. Authentic material is t
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This chapter was extremely useful in breaking down the details of the past tense and was major in learning how to teach these nuances to new learners. Compared to the present tense, the past is simila
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Unit 5 goes into detail about how to manage a class. How to handle classes greatly depends on the size, age of students and many other components. Every class is different and not all kinds of teachin
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Livermore Falls
Unit 7 was about the actual teaching of vocabulary and grammar. It offered sample lesson plans for teaching new vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. When selecting vocabulary, i
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Long Island
Unit 15 included information about the types of exams that students undergo throughout the entire life cycle of their language learning course, from level assessment to lesson planning to practice tes
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This unit demostrated the most defficult tense for Asian people in English, which refers to the present tenses. Not like many of the Asian languages having only one or at most three tenses, English ha
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The teacher student relationship is very dynamic. Both have responsibilities to be alert and motivated. The teacher, however, must take responsibility for both the student and their own preparation.
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I learned from this lesson that the teachers attitude really dictates how the students will engage, learn and react. In the first lesson the teacher was very confusing and intimidating, He did not giv
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This unit gave a nice detailed view at the many components of structuring a class. It explained what parts of the English language are important to teach and what students really need to know. Sometim
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This section was particularly challenging for me as I had never been instructed on how to teach or understand phonetic learning before this. The phonetic strips were difficult and challenged me to thi
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This unit was about reflecting about the different types of students you might have, and what kind of considerations you need to have based on if you have adult students, young learners, monolingual a
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Unit 17 discussed the use of different equipment and teaching aids in classroom. A balanced use of digital and visual/auditory aids is a very important consideration when designing lessons that are ap
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In Unit 18, we learned modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. They are essential grammatical elements for students to understand to reach advanced levels in all fou
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The phonetic script was by far a unique and unusual part of this unit. I can not recall the last time this was brought up in any of my education. English can be difficult to pronounce given the vari
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Unit 19 goes into detail about how to teach special classes such as multilingual and business ones. These classes need to be taught differently because they have a different kind of audience. Multilin
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This was the last unit for grammar and I feel as though I learned a lot. I was able to learn more about phrasal verbs as well as focus on passive voice. These were both concepts that I can see being t
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In this unit I have learnt about productive skills which is speaking and writing. Both speaking and writing are for communication. The teacher must create a desire in students to communicate. I have l
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Mars Hill
This unit covered, in a similar fashion to the previous unit, how to teach productive skills, speaking and writing. This included not only the objectives for learning these skills, but also techniques
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