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Parkdale
This unit covered a variety of different teaching methods and their strengths and weaknesses. I learned that anxiety and stress need to be low for any of these methods or ideas to work. In the end, th
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Parma
Lesson planning is if utmost importance for teaching English or any other subject for that matter. I like the lesson plan format presented in this unit. The lesson sheet is comprehensive and doable.
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Pavilion
There is a lot that goes into managing a classroom and gaining respect from the students. From the classroom size, the style of the classroom, to the ages there are a lot of things that can determine
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Paw Paw
This unit is a good grammar introduction, awaring us about all the grammar rules used in basics sentences, therefore all the knowledge a student have to know before to be able to make those sentences.
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Paw Paw Lake
This unit reviews that various theories of teaching and learning languages. It talks about different methodologies for teaching and the pros and cons for each one. It provides examples of teaching tec
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Peacock
I want to mention that this is the most important unit for me from all the units, because mastering a language is one thing but teaching what you know is completely another one. I had a German lecture
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Peaine
In this unit, I learned that you need to possess certain qualities in order to be a good teacher. I also learned that teachers play different roles in the classrooms.They need to be able to switch th
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Pearl Beach
I was surprised to see only 3 seating arrangements, as especially within companies the horseshoe is often substituted by an oval table. This is rather challenging for the teacher in terms of placing f
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Peck
Writing and speaking activities can be very similar and very different at the same time: on the one hand they are both productive skills, but on the other hand the "production" process and problems ar
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Pelkie
Understanding how to utilize the various types of classroom materials and equipment will not only help enrich the classroom, but make lessons and distributed materials more professional as well. Of co
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Pellston
i have learnt three important points why a lesson plan is important. an aid to planning which means writing down what i expect the students to achieve by the end of the lesson and the working documen
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Peninsula
Teaching the past simple is rather uncomplicated after having taught the present simple. Students will be familiar with the idea of auxiliary verbs in the question and negative form. However, and conc
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Penn
This unit completes the observation of The English tense system by focusing on the future tenses. Again it takes a close look at the structures and usages of the future tenses and accompanies the info
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Pennfield
This unit covered the duties and responsibilities of being a teacher from being the classes facilitator to how to go about managing the class in a balanced manner. A good teacher is observant, pushes
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Pentland
Teachers shouldn't rely excessively on a course book, as course books typically aren't written with narrow target classrooms in mind. The teacher knows the needs of their students and the particular a
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Pentwater
The focus of unit 14 is choosing course books and lesson materials for class. This is very important because you want to make sure you use both authentic materials and created materials in the classro
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Pere Marquette
This unit discussed teaching productive skills, which are speaking and writing. Speaking and writing are very important because they make up most of communication and fluency. The course described how
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Perrinton
There are many different options for using technology in English-language classrooms, but all of them are only as good as the instructor and their ways of using them. Technological difficulties can co
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Perry
In this unit we studied about theories, methods and techniques used to instill knowledge by teachers when teaching English language. There are so many methods we studied in this unit some of them incl
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Petersburg
Unit 14 was focused on Coursebooks and Lesson Materials; obviously another integral part of the classroom and overall plan for your students and the class. There is an appropriate time for both Creat
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Petoskey
Reading and Listening skills are important in learning new language as they are necessary for extracting information from spoken or written discourses. But to be able to teach these skills to students
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Pewamo
In this unit, I have essentially learned the basis of English grammar all over again. A lot of words that I did not put together in my mind as existing within a sentence made sense with this unit. I h
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Pickford
Reading and writing are receptive skills that students learning English as an additional language might struggle with. I agree that reading is easier for students to master because of the visual addit
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Pierson
Unit 12 content is based on Teaching Productive Skills around Speaking and Writing. Again topics covered are the techniques and activities which can help both teachers and students in the classroom. A
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Pigeon
This unit covered conditionals and reported speech. I learned that there are five types of conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, mixed conditional.
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Pinckney
this unit covers some issues and provides helpful solutions. The first class section mentions that the teacher should not use the text right off the bat. It is also mentioned that a warm-up is needed
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Pinconning
This unit provided me with a comprehensive list of potentially useful technologies and aids to be using in the classroom, although a significant number of suggestions e.g. OHPs and cassette recorders
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Pine
Managing a class comes with its own set of challenges which can differ depending on the class. Some factors that influence how the teacher manages the class would be students' age, nationality, and mo
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Pine Grove
I am not a native English speaker myself so understanding the grammar tenses and the rules of using them are quiet a confusion. My tenses usage are mostly correct but to be able to explain the kinds o
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Pine River
This unit discusses the factors that contribute to a good and effective classroom dynamic. It is important for the teacher to maintain good eye contact to make sure all students are participating, and
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Pinora
This unit looks at the proper and improper way for a teacher to engage with a class irrespective of the type of ESA methodology being used. While there are several factors which can affect the rapport
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Pioneer
This Unit dwells on the qualities of a good teacher and also those of a good learner. Remarkably, while the teacher must have a good knowledge of the subject matter, he also has a responsibility to hi
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Pipestone
This unit covered coursebooks and lesson materials. I learned about the advantages and disadvantages of using coursebooks. Coursebooks can be helpful in the sense that they provide tried and tested wa
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Pittsfield
The lesson planning unit shares key skills for effective organizing each phace of the lesson. It shows the importance of anticipating any particular problems that students ot the teacher may have. It
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Pittsford
In my reflections for previous lessons, I somewhat criticized the fact that we were being taught all these essentials skills but it's not much use until we have the chance to put them into use and gai
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Plainfield
Unit 9 highlights the importance of lesson planning, and gives an example of a lesson plan. there are many opinions about lesson planning, some say that lesson planning is not necessary especially for
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Plainfield[disambiguation needed]
This unit is helpful in theory to give teachers a good idea of what works best with problems in a classroom. However, I feel that practice and experience is the best lesson as the solution to problems
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Plainwell
This one was much easier than the methodology session. It is probably because the questions were extremely grammar related and whoever is well-versed in speaking English for more than a decade, almost
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Platte
I had attended one professional development training conducted by and American Linguist which I unfortunately forgot the name. He mentioned that the more senses the students use in learning the longer
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Pleasant Plains
Unit 7: Teaching New Language discusses the techniques used to teach vocabulary, grammatical structures and functions to students of English. Students need to be exposed to the new language item, unde
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Pleasant Ridge
As with everything, effective pedagogy requires an adequate balance between rigidity and liberality in practice in order to master the language. In this regard, the productive language skills require
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Pleasanton
I have a feeling that I'll be reverting back to this unit once I'm a teacher because I think it's great that teachers have resources that can facilitate them in giving their students an optimal learni
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Pleasantview
Teaching new vocabulary, language structures, and functions is always a continual and developing obligation with foreign language students. The crucial key in this process is to adequately balance be
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Plymouth
There is an array of various ways (tenses) to express future. I find particularly difficult to explain to my students the differences between some of them. Surprisingly future perfect and future perfe
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Pointe Aux Barques
The unit covers different aspects of classroom management such as classroom arrangement, eye contact and voice usage, establishing rapport with students and classroom discipline. I learnt the differen
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Pointe Aux Pins
In this unit I learned that there are a lot of important characteristics that a teacher must have. Some of the most important characteristics to me would be to want to motivate their students. They ha
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Pokagon
This unit was about managing a classroom and what is involved with that. From this lesson, I realized there is a lot more that goes into this than I've initially realized. It's all things I've seen do
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Polkton
This unit taught me how to plan a lesson in order to give a smooth lesson. I think many of the ideas given were very useful to me, especially the activities. I think a lesson plan I make would be less
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Pompeii
Eye contact Eye contact is important because it helps to maintain focus in the classroom. With younger students I assume that eye contact helps to prevent them from drifting off whereas older students
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Ponshewaing
In English there are four aspects to the present tense; they are the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. The present simple follows the subject + conju
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