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Roque Bluffs
I learned in unit 18 about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. This part of grammar is a whole new system complicated for students to learn as per this unit mentions it is important and can be in
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This Unit discussed the different ways a teacher must Engage a student in class by helping them Study and Activate what they have just learned in class. I learned various activities I could use in cla
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Unit 16 tells us about Conditionals and Reported speech. Conditionals are sentences which contain if/when which refers to the past, present and future possibilities. Conditionals usually contain an if
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Different people usually hold different opinions on lesson planning while I think it is important for teachers to prepare lesson plan before class. So this unit is very useful for me that it provides
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I liked learning about this unit. I think classroom dynamics can really shape learners and how they absorb the information. As a learner myself in a foreign language class in a collegiate setting, we
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Sagadahoc County
In this unit we looked thoroughly at the past tenses which include Past Simple for actions completed in the past at a specific (but perhaps not mentioned) time. We can form verbs regularly by adding +
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Saint Agatha
I appreciate that the content of this unit gives special importance to the teaching and learning of vocabulary through different methods. Being able to Teach Vocabulary represents one of the most impo
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Saint Albans
This Unit was all about how to manage your class. It offered ideas on how to better your class using eye contact and gestures, seating arrangements, discipline, giving instructions, and establishing r
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Saint Francis
This unit explains the different evaluations available in schools. The tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests are all for the purpose of knowing the level of where the students are in their l
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Saint George
I've learnt from this unit the ability and importance of using gesture, voice and eyes to create a good classroom atmosphere with direction. I also learnt about discipline problems that may come up du
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This unit provided a detailed lesson plan with all the components to a class. It shows the steps from the engage phase until the Activate phase. This is important when preparing a class because it giv
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This unit goes over different aspects of evaluation and testing. It talks about placement tests, which are used in particular to place students into classes of their respective language level. Then t
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Unit 20 tells us about Troubleshooting and the ways teachers can deal with common problems that happens in the classroom environment. It is very important for teachers to establish rapport with the st
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It is helpful to understand the management aspect of teaching a class. From the structure of the room, to details of body language and gesture, to learning how to address nuances of culture, personali
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The topic of this unit was about lesson planning. It first talked about whether lesson planning is a good thing to do or not, then about how to go about lesson planning, and what it should include, mo
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Unit 8 explained the future tenses, focusing on the seven most common ways used to express ideas and to describe events in the future. I found it very interesting and useful to review the future tense
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In grammar, a future tense is a verb form that generally marks an event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future. English does not have a future tense for
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In unit 10, we observed two different lessons given to the same group of students by the same teacher. It was almost shocking to see how much impacts teachers’ attitude and teaching styles can make
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This unit taught me about the theories that support the current framework of EFL. I also learned about the ESA method in depth and took away many useful and applicable ideas for the Engage, Study, and
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This unit discusses conditionals, also known as if/when statements or questions. There are zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. Typical mistakes that arise from using conditionals is
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In this unit we studied Parts of Speech, briefly introducing key categories starting with nouns (names of people, places, things, and concepts - Peter, London, chair, bravery). There are also four way
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In this unit I have learnt about future tenses.I have learnt bout the future simple, the future future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going, the present simple and p
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Unit seventeen addresses the use of various equipment and teaching aids in a very simple and straightforward way. I've learned that studies show that capitalized text is more difficult to read than lo
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This unit was about 7 different aspects that could take on a future meaning. They consisted of the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, going to plus infinitive
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In this unit, I learned of the varying types of teaching methodologies that have been used in the past and are currently being used. While there is no right or wrong methodology in teaching, one must
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Unit 13 explained how we can teach pronunciation and phonology, including intonation, stress, phonemic symbols, and articulation. It is true that this area can be the most neglected aspect of English
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Somerset County
In this unit, it made me more aware of how to conjugate properly when speaking to my children. I speak 4 languages and sometimes I translate. From this unit, I used the sentences and verbs as examples
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In this Unit we learn about the present tense, out of the 12 different tenses (three general times; present, past and future are combined with an aspect; simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuou
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Some of the questions were not clearly stated. A bit confusing as to what was being asked. Specifically question 10 through 15. I am wondering is others that have taken this course have felt the same.
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South Berwick
Its impossible to learn language without learning its grammer. English language as any other has complicated grammer structure too. Step by step students should be taught grammar starting from simple
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South Bristol
From this unit I have learned that teachers should use different roles while teaching and each of them need to be applied depending on the activity and situation in the class. The age of learners is a
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South Portland
The art of teaching receptive skills is about actually listening and reading for the meaning itself. As mentioned on this text the receptive skills being listening and reading are fairly distributed a
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South Thomaston
In theory, this unit's valuable content will enhance any existing approach in preparation and delivery of English teaching and student motivation. I have learnt a great deal of the EFL methodologies a
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This unit reviewed the details about course structure and teaching methods. There are a number of different components of teaching that all need to be taken into consideration when having a class to t
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Southwest Harbor
I never thought that the transitive and intransitive phrasal verbs could be so confusing. I must have fallen asleep during this part of my own class lessons when attending grade school. I can imagin
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This lesson proved to be useful to me as it showed me that there is a lot in grammar that I often take for granted. What surprised me most about what I take for granted in English is just how much of
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This unit went into detail with how to pronounce words and teach these rules. To me, this is complicated and hard to explain to people, especially if the teacher does not speak the language the studen
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Conditionals are sentences containing 'if' or similar expressions such as 'when') which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, the if clause and the main clause and ei
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Unit twelve covered material relating to productive skills. Productive skills include speaking and writing and are used to communicate. The processes behind teaching and learning productive skills dif
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This unit examined the various roles and responsibilities a teacher takes during a lecture. The unit also looks at the motivation behind why students want to learn English and the various levels of co
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In order to be a good teacher I must be kind, patient, motivating, have good subject knowledge and be able to correct when necessary. I will need to know when to take charge but also when to withdraw
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In this unit, the present tenses were widely discussed. The outline was on the four aspects of the present tense: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. E
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Stockton Springs
I find the content of this unit to be very informative, English grammar was not strongly imposed during my learning of English as a second language, and this course is now helping me identify the tech
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This unit introduced various teaching aids that can be used in a class, such as board, IWB, OHP, visual aids and so on.The purpose of using these teaching aids is to make lessons more interesting, eff
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Unit 19 tells us about teaching special groups. Some of the specialized groups are beginners, individual students, children, business English, monolingual class and multilingual class. The types of b
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In this unit we talked about evaluation of students’ levels and progress. There are a number of way to assess a student’s language level; tutorials, evaluation by students and test. Tutorials are
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The receptive skills are listening and reading. Because learners do not need to produce language to do those, they receive and understand it. These skills are sometimes known as passive skills. They c
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This unit is about ways of managing the classes. In the first part the importance of eye contact and gestures and voice are mentioned. The second part focuses on different groupings and arrangement of
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Unit 11 tells us about the receptive skills. The two receptive skills are reading and listening. Two of the main reasons for reading and listening are for a purpose and for entertainment. Reading and
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This unit is talking about trouble-shooting, that means, what problems you might face in the classroom and some potential solutions for them. Of particular interest to me was the difficulties in list
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