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Twining
Having watched both videos for Unit 10, it was astounding to see the difference between both lessons. The first video provided a great example of how important it is to establish a connection with the
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Ubly
This unit is talking about evaluation and testing. It is very useful to evaluate the students before and during the course. In this unit it introduces four tests which a teacher can use with different
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Unadilla
This unit allowed me to begin thinking more about my teaching style. Specifically i was forced to think about how i might structure my lessons. I already have a library of activities for English learn
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Union
From this unit i learnt the importance of different past tenses that can confuse english students when creating grammatical sentences. Many words have endings which are common like ed, or d, but some
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Union City
Teaching modal verbs can be done through presenting a sheet of the various uses of each modal verb and then using activities to consolidate such uses- they come up in natural conversation often which
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Union Lake
First of all, it has been very useful to summarize the 7 forms that can be used to express the future tense. Secondly, it was new for me that future simple tense can be used to express threats and spo
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Union Pier
This unit was very informative about the Present tense. It took the time out to show that there are so many different forms of only the present tense. Those 4 types were Simple present tense, present
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Unionville
This unit was all about the different parts of speech and how to use them. The unit basically took you through the main 8 or 9 different areas of speech that are needed to make complete and coherent s
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University Center
I have discovered that this unit emphasized more on teaching business English. It has also rewinded me back to unit three where I had to check again for the straight arrow ESA teaching method. However
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Utica
This unit was quite informative and explained in detail the differences between receptive skills such as reading and listening and productive skills such as speaking and writing. While there are simi
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Valley
This unit provided information for the Equipment and Teaching Aids. These teaching aids and equipment helps both students and teachers in making the lesson more interesting, effective and encourage c
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Van Buren
This unit focused on classroom management how to effectively build a healthy classroom environment that will help students learn as well as an outline to how an instructor should behave to maintain hi
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Vandalia
This unit talks about books and Materials. It explains two types of materials (authentic and created materials). It also talks about course books advantages and its disadvantages. The unit further exp
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Vanderbilt
In this unit, we reviewed the meaning and use of nouns, adjectives, articles, prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, verbs, gerunds and more. It was a great review of the different parts of speech in En
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Vandercook Lake
A teacher will encounter different groups of students, with different English levels and different reasons for learning the language. Thus, it can be challenging for a teacher to choose the right voca
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Vassar
This unit was an excellent grammar review. It reminds me of the difficult concepts that my students must master. For example, comparatives and superlatives are on the LOEP test and can confuse ELL st
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Venice
Authentic materials are of particular importance because they can help teach the students culture. When students interact with these materials and understand them they feel a sense of pride that they
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Vergennes
This unit gives a great review of Futere Simple, Futere Continuous, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect Continuous tenses as well as the very detailed expectation of definite cases each of the tenses s
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Vermontville
This unit gives detail explanations of speaking and writing which are productive skills.Through this unit,the teacher gets to know that accuracy (study phase)and fluency(Activate phases) are equally i
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Vernon
I enjoyed the discussion of the chiefly British terms "shall" and "shan't," which I didn't realize were not equivalent the American "will" and "won't." I think it will be confusing to many students th
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Verona
This unit talks about the Past Tenses. I have learned types of past tenses like; Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and lastly Past Perfect Continuous. I have also learned the forms of this pa
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Vevay
Reading and listening are the two important receptive skills that students need to master in order to learn how to write and speak. These two skills rely on students comprehension of the English lang
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Vicksburg
The unit reveals the information on course books and teaching materials. Present course books are presented in sets that include student's book, workbook, teacher's book, CDs and DVDs.The main problem
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Victor
This unit was focused on the future tenses of verbs and their nuances—that is, this unit was focused on verbs and their wide variety of forms and uses in order to denote when talking about the futur
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Victory
As a native English speaker I have learned a lot from this unit.Ranging from the details of each and every single word that come together to form a sentence.From adjectives,nouns,different categories
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Village of Clarkston
Lesson organization is without a doubt, the key to an effective and fruitful class room. As with most elements within teaching, however, the key is to ensure that there is a crucial balance between
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Volinia
Lesson planning consists of three main stages including: engage, study, and activate. During the engage phase, a teacher's aim should be to warm up the students and simply engage the students for the
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Vulcan
Im not sure if I learned anything super useful from this lesson. I feel as if the information provided is very surface level. it offered activities and paired it with level structure that was applicab
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Wabaningo
This unit deals with basic principles of lesson planning and its important functions. It explores the planning process and gives useful tips how to make this process easy and productive. Great attenti
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Wacousta
Unit two is a basic introduction and an overview of parts of speech. This unit was well sectioned and dealt with the following way; Nouns: Under nouns, common nouns, proper nouns, compound nouns, abst
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Wakefield
While some schools of thought contend that lesson planning isn't always essential, it is generally important, especially for inexperienced teachers to prepare lesson plans. Lesson plans can help you s
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Wakeshma
This unit gives a good overview of teaching special groups, although the most useful section to me was the one about teaching children (due to my impending role in China!). There are varying ways to u
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Waldron
This unit reviews the popular theories, methods and techniques in teaching English as a foreign language. In studying these theories some points become clear; students need as much exposure to the lan
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Wales
This unit was used to express the importance of a Lesson Plan and the ways to use it and what it could be used for. I have a better understanding of how the lesson plans should work and how they shou
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Walhalla
I learned in this unit the subject of English grammar and the different forms of conditional sentences and how to teach them effectively in the classroom. I also learned in this unit the difference
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Walker
Being a native English speaker, the topics in the session weren't necessarily hard to learn. However, understanding the technical terms that describe these grammatical concepts will prove to be useful
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Walkerville
I appreciated learning more about the different types of classrooms and student groups that I may encounter as a teacher. I hadn't given much thought to all the different classroom dynamics that I may
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Wallace[disambiguation needed]
Productive skills are incredibly important. This unit was thorough on how to approach the two very important skills that students must learn to fully learn the language. I am thankful that TEFL went o
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Walled Lake
A cordial relationship between teacher and learner brings success.A helpful teacher gives more reasons to learners to study English language. Learners find it easier to study when they are sure of th
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Walloon Lake
In this smaller unit, it discussed all the different types of equipment and teaching materails used thorughtout the lesson and also the school year. The most common things found inside an ESL classroo
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Walton
This unit covered the different course books and materials that are generally used and useful in the classroom. These include whiteboard, visual aids, worksheets, music, video, dictionary, course book
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Warner
Unit 12 focused on Productive Skills, writing and speaking—as opposed to Receptive Skills where you consume information, reading and listening. Helping students increase their fluency and accuracy
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Warren
I learned about the structure of the English sentences. This unit covers all of the different parts of a sentence. It then gives examples of each different part. It covers the basic concepts of senten
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Waterford
So, grammar is made up a lots of rules which we should know and use in our speech correctly. In English parts of speech are commonly distinguished: nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerund
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Waterloo
The content of this unit covered the receptive skills of language which are reading and listening. Speaking and writing are productive skills and all 4 are equally important for learning a language an
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Waters
In this unit,I have learned the different formats and structures used,to evaluate and test the students,so as to place them into the right Level of language that matches their own language skills.I ha
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Watersmeet
It was good and useful unit about productive skills - writing and speaking. Both are very important and deserve a lot of time in each lesson. Teacher shouldnt correct every mistake when students speak
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Watertown
I learned in this unit the wide variety of resources that a teacher can useib the classroom such as the board, interactive whiteboard, OHP, vizual aids, worksheet workcards, the cassete recorder, cd p
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Watervliet
This unit reviewed productive skills, which are speaking and writing. Writing is the most ignored skill in TEFL teaching, but it is still a very important skill for students to have. There are two typ
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Watson
This unit was completely about the methodologies, techniques and activities which are majorly useful in classrooms. This helped me a lot as I personally used a lot of these methods so going through th
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