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Marshfield
This unit focused on some more topics of basic grammar to be taught in the English classroom. Among them were modals, passive and active voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. In this lesson, I l
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Masardis
I have been waiting for this unit since I started the course. It is very interesting for me to get knowledges about evaluating and testing process for students or learners. The topic is very sensitive
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Mattawamkeag
In unit 9 we learn about Lesson planning. Although some find lesson planning teacher centered and rigid, for a beginning ESL teacher it might give you clear direction and aid while you gain experience
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Maxfield
Unit 3 This unit touched methodology mistakes and feedback. First different theories were discussed and explained. The pros and cons of different methodologies were discussed, some of those were; gram
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Mechanic Falls
The more a teacher concerns about students and the more he is helpful the better learners he will get in his class. A teacher should not correct all mistakes students can make just to encourage and st
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Meddybemps
Unit 20 addressed areas that you might have to trouble shoot as a teacher. It offered tips to more efficiently teach a group of reluctant students, large classes, students who use their native languag
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Medford
In this unit I have learnt about trouble shooting, in other words the form of problem solving the teachers come across in learning English as a language.In the first lesson the teacher come across wit
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Medway
Unit 13 taught readers about the international phonetic alphabet, intonation and the different phonetic sounds. The international phonetic alphabet chart is really neat, I imagine it makes reading Eng
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Mercer
Speaking and Writing have always been some of my favorite areas to teach. I believe improvements can be made so quickly with the motivated student. In this lesson, I loved applying ESA to both writi
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Merrill
This unit went into detail about the importance of picking a text book and how to use it in the classroom. It is important to not entirely focus on the textbook but also bring other material to class
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Mexico
There is a lot of attention to detail necessary to create and carry out a flexible and engaging lesson plan. I discovered that the more prepared one is as a teacher for the class then greater flexibi
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Milbridge
Unit 7 discussed a variety of methods and approaches to teach vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. While some students may enjoy learning new words and expressions themselves, t
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Milford
The first class was very dull. The teacher was very unorganized and confusing. He had a negative attitude toward all of his students. He was constantly telling his students they were wrong. The studen
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Millinocket
Within this unit I have learnt about the troubleshooting within a class and what can go wrong in a class. I have learnt that you should not use the course book within the first lesson. I have also lea
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Milo
This lesson helped me understand which way I should organize my classroom. I usually teach from 10/20 students at a time. I noticed that working in groups of 2/4 has more benefits then working sing
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Minot
This unit has been a refresher in terms of explaining the on the parts of speech that I use everyday. The unit also gives detailed explanation on what each part of speed means and how it should be u
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Monmouth
In this unit we discussed the most neglected part of ELS teaching, foreign teacher often lack the knowledge and training to successfully teach pronunciation and phonology. Most pronunciation concentra
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Monroe
This unit clarified the thoughts I already had about how to evaluate the class from the beginning of the course all the way through to the end. I believe the teacher should constantly evaluate themsel
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Monson
I enjoyed Unit 8. It discussed future tenses, and broke down each tense with a formula that helped me recognize the differences between the tenses. The chapter gave helpful information for future simp
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Monticello
Unit 4 covered four different types of present tense; present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. Present simple is used when mentioning routines, facts, commen
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Montville
Teachers play different and very important roles and could have a great deal of positive or negative influence on students’ learning. Therefore, teachers should always be alert, making efforts to un
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Moose River
The students should learn three aspects of englush language - vocabulary, grammar and functions. The teacher should be assured that students understand meanings of most words used in the class, how la
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Morrill
This unit in particular helped me get a better idea of how problems in the classroom can be handled. I expect the first few classes to be fairly stressful for me, but once I get rapport with the stude
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Moscow
Unit 14 discussed the use of course books and materials in English reaching. Receiving a course book at the beginning of a course could be an exciting moment for new students as it symbolizes that the
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Mount Chase
I learnt that the teacher's attitude in the classroom is essential to the student's learning. When a teacher does not have patience, it makes it hard for the students to follow. For example, you need
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Mount Desert
This unit contained an overview of how to teach vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions, with a focus on how to the select vocabulary to be taught, and on techniques for each of the
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Mount Vernon
In this unit we learnt all the ways to talk about the future. Future Simple is conjugated by using subject+will (not) + base verb, and is used to talk about facts in the future. Future continuous subj
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Naples
Very interesting and informative unit that gave me a very nice explanation about various groups of learners that can appear in teacher's life. They are so different that every group must have it's own
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New Canada
I have taught informally for a few years, and this is the first time that I am officially learning about teaching. During these years, I had never deeply reflected about the definitions and roles of b
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New Gloucester
This unit contained two videos that covered the same teacher teaching modal auxiliary verbs to the same class in two different teaching methods. The first lesson was an example of terrible teaching, w
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New Limerick
This unit brought light to different types of resources available to use in class, from authentic materials such as newspaper excerpts and TV scripts, to created materials, such as puzzles and role-pl
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New Portland
This unit covered different class settings and types of classes based on the number of learners, their nationalities, age group, language level, and finally their purpose for learning English. For eac
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New Sharon
As with the past and present tense units, this unit covered the future tense as it is taught to ESL learners, including uses, typical student mistakes, and teaching ideas. The future tense is comprise
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New Sweden
The nature of the link between the teacher and the learner is a decisive part of the successful teaching process. A good teacher is requested to cover a multitude of roles appropriately based on the m
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New Vineyard
In this unit we discussed how to introduce new language into the classroom and the best way to teach it. Vocabulary and grammar structures need full explanations of when and how to use it, pronounce i
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Newburgh
In this unit I have learnt about the differences between the future tense systems and that the seven most common are the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect co
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Newcastle
The future tense is used to tell what will happen in the future. There are seven different forms. Future simple is used to talk about facts in the future, promises and predictions without evidence. Co
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Newfield
Engage, study ,activate are very important to teaching english. Students should be emotionally engaged, curious, passionate and involved. Examples of the engage stage are games, music, discussions ,s
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Newport
In unit 16 they talked about 5 main conditionals; zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. All of these conditionals forms were explained and
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Newry
This section was a bit hard for me to grasp but I found it to be really helpful in growing my own knowledge and refreshing things I have learned a long time ago. The English language is a difficult on
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Nobleboro
This unit was nice since it covered very specific topics that are essential in everyday communication even though they don't fit well into other categories of lessons. I didn't know conditionals had a
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Norridgewock
This unit introduced the other two basic skills, speaking and writing which are known as productive skills. Firstly, speaking skill differs in accuracy-based and fluency-based activities and differnet
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North Berwick
This unit discusses what makes teachers excellent educators and students great learners. Competent instructors must be fair, patient, experts on their subjects, and use the best methods to
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North Haven
This unit talks about lesson planning and how to structure your classes without them becoming too rigid. We plan our lessons because then we know what to follow in order to accomplish what we need to
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North Yarmouth
Learning how teaching productive skills is seen by a new learner is like teaching a baby to start communicating. The way children learn is by play. Adults can also use games to encourage speaking and
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Northfield
This unit taught me about common equipment and materials that can be found and utilized in an English Second Language classroom. Correct and effective usage of things such as a white board, IWB, overh
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Northport
This lesson goes over the benefits of having a lesson plan put together. Lesson plans aid in the planning process, they are a living document, and they show a record of what you went over in the past
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Norway
In this unit we discuss classroom management, organizing the class, individual students and what takes place in the classroom. First, the use of the eyes, voice and gestures are useful tools for mana
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Oakfield
This unit was interesting and made me think about the cultural context of listening and reading. I think that, this unit would be more helpful if they included more cultural examples of how reading an
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Oakland
This unit began by describing a selection of the different teaching methodologies of EFL. My impression of this section is that there is no single best method and it is up to the teacher and student t
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