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Framingham
Four things are required for students to acquire new language: exposure to it, understanding its meaning, comprehending how it is constructed and practicing and producing it. New language is taught in
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Franklin
This unit states that the future tense is one of the most complex areas to learn in English because so many different combinations can be used with future meanings. The main tenses are future simple,
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Freetown
This was a great unit on lesson planning. Different teachers do it different ways, often based on experience. A lesson plan works as a planning aid, a document to work from, and a record of how the cl
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Gardner
This was very helpful to watch both videos to compare and contrast the actions in the classroom between the two. One thing that is very clear is how the teacher "sets the stage" for how successful a l
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Georgetown
Receptive skills (reading and listening) are as important as productive skills (writing and speaking) and it is important how these skills are introduced in order for students to learn the most from.
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Gill
The two productive skills are writing and speaking and they are both equally important in communication. There are two types of activities when teaching productive skills: accuracy activities which ar
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Gloucester
This unit concentrated on pronunciation and phonology, including stress, rhythm and intonation (variation in spoken volume and pitch). Some of the techniques used to teach intonation are the nonsense
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Goshen
This unit discussed the materials a teacher may use in a classroom, and broke that into two categories : 1)authentic (meaning materials that a person might come across naturally in life such as menus
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Gosnold
It is best to give ongoing, overt feedback to your students so they know how they are doing in class. Sometimes you need more formal assessments as well, including tests. Some of those instruments inc
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Grafton
This unit was about conditionals and speech as reported about what another person said. It made me realize that all of the mechanics of the English language are very complicated. A conditional involve
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Granby
This unit is a terrific resource for EL teachers. From reminders of how to use a regular white board for maximum effect, to explanations of a smart board and its uses, it was helpful information. In d
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Granville
This unit completed the area of basic grammar (for teaching English to learners) although there is still much more to be learned. It discussed the basic uses of modal auxiliary verbs(can, could, shoul
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Great Barrington
I learned about the various types of English learner classes that I may encounter: Beginners (including methodology and teaching techniques, motivations and possible problems), individual students (wi
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Greenfield
This unit focused on troubleshooting: dealing with common problems that may arise. It also discussed the first lesson a teacher may give and how important it is to establish rapport with the students
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Groton
Developing rapport with students is the single most important foundation to successful learning. A teacher must demonstrate a seriousness of purpose, compassion for student efforts and flexibility tow
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Groveland
Parts of speech are the building blocks to forming sentences. A sentence is the foundation by which we express ourselves. Learning and understanding the different forms and applications of words helps
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Hadley
Diversifying approaches to learning is required based on that fact that students learn differently. Putting a class/student at ease with engaging techniques develops a trust bond that will both subdue
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Halifax
Conditional sentences containing “if” which refer to past, present or future possibilities. We have five main conditionals: zero conditional for actions and facts there are irrefutable, first cond
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Hamilton
Classroom Management is an area of teaching that should be simple, consistent and foster respect. Limited rules that address student behavior at a minimum should include: 1) Respect- Others, yourself
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Hampden
Teachers can use a lot of different materials and teaching aids to make lessons more interesting. White and black boards are very easy to use (for writing, drawing, sticking different things on, etc.)
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Hancock
Delivery of new vocabulary is critical to understanding, formulating and applying a new language. The many ways students can learn is something a teacher must always keep in mind when introducing new
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Hanover
Modal auxiliary verbs are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn’t and ought to. We use them to express many different ideas, such as obligat
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Hanson
Lesson Planning is the building block design for a successful class instruction period. Accurate planning helps develop a smooth logical delivery of new material. Allowing for flexibility based on stu
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Hardwick
As a teacher of 25 years, it was difficult to watch the ineffective teaching techniques that were demonstrated in video 1. The second video clearly demonstrates the benefit of planning, preparation an
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Harvard
Reading and listening skills are absolutely the most fun to teach in a class. Whether the class is made up of competitive students, who like to get extrinsic rewards or self study students who prefer
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Harwich
Writing and speaking have profound importance in the two-way (send/receive) communication model. Correctly expressing a thought either verbally or in written form is a higher level of skill mastery th
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Hatfield
WOW! What a learning experience that was for me. Clearly this is detailed curricula which requires excellent teaching skills to adequately reach beginning language learners. I see how teaching techniq
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Haverhill
Materials that match skill levels of the students can be both fun and challenging. By developing appropriate supplemental material a teacher reduces the stress students may experience associated with
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Hawley
Assessments are vital to constructing lessons that promote progress for the student. Knowing the starting skill level provides important information to the teacher in order to structure the lessons fo
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Heath
Accurate speaking of conditional events in the future can be complicated at first, Repeating the verb changes through frequent practicing improves these results. It appears to me that getting the spea
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Hingham
Resources such as visual aides, electronic equipment and audio equipment have always captured the attention and interest of students. Combining multiple learning modalities enhances the learning exper
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Hinsdale
This level of nuance is difficult to envision teaching in a class of beginner students. A considerable level of mastery in previous topic related to tense and intention must be achieved. Understanding
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Holbrook
Developing lessons for the wide variety of students learning English for the first time will be challenging. Identifying skill levels and interest levels can be greatly enhanced by using survey sheets
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Holden
Over the 25 years of my teaching experience it is my belief that the single most important factor that determines student's success is the relationship the student shares with the teacher. If a strong
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Holland
To be a "good teacher" it is important to be kind, patient, motivating, be interested in teaching and knowing the subject well while making it lively and entertaining for the students. There are diffe
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Holliston
Grammar and parts of speech are important to know because it helps you to express yourself clearly by using the right words and putting them into the right order. This unit helped me to consolidate my
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Holyoke
Unit 3 gives the most common methods and techniques of teaching. In my opinion, a teacher should know the basics of those in order to start working with students. I have learnt that there is no best m
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Hopedale
Unit 4 was more of a review for me and it helped me a lot with the present perfect and present perfect continuous. I've learned activities that might be helpful for students to learn different tenses
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Hopkinton
Unit 5 is showing how a teacher should use their eye contact, voice, gestures, and students' names. I learned how students can be grouped and what are the pros and cons of each group. It's also import
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Hubbardston
Unit 6 was also more of a review for me which helped me to understand more about past perfect and past perfect continuous. I think it would be useful for students to write a story and fill in the blan
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Hudson
After reading Unit 7 I understood the way teachers had chosen vocabulary to learn while I was a student. "An effective teacher will think about which structure is most appropriate to the class and to
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Hull
Unit 8 reminded me about the future tenses and their usage. It was useful for me because I forgot about the future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous and the present continuous futu
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Huntington
Unit 9 explains why and how to make a lesson plan. I think an unexperienced teacher should have a lesson plan in order to maintain the class well and learn about pros and cons of his teaching and how
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Ipswich
Teaching different type of classes request different teaching skills or different approach to the students (depends on their age, language level, etc.). Teaching beginners is one of the most rewarding
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Kingston
Unit 11 is about receptive skills (listening and speaking) and productive skills (writing and speaking). I think it is important to use all of them during the class but also have more focus on each du
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Lakeville
Unit 12 is about productive skills which are speaking and writing. In order to communicate and be understandable it's important to practice both of these skills. The teacher must encourage students to
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Lancaster
Unit 21 was one of the most difficult units in this course. It reminded me a lot about the pronunciation and phonology that i already had forgotten. In my experience teachers in school didn't really c
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Lanesborough
Unit 13 was short but very informative. In my experience teachers often created their own material to supplement materials from the course books which made the lessons more interesting. I also think t
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Lawrence
Unit 15 gave a full review of evaluation and testing in schools. I think placement tests, progress tests and diagnostic tests are very important for a teacher because they give him an overview of stud
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Lee
Unit 16 was a quick reminder for me about conditionals and reported speech. I noticed that many students make a lot of mistakes in conditionals. As for me, I didn't know there are five main conditiona
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