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Arenac
The content in 8 Unit looks at the future tense system , about seven of them. Each tense is broken down into its form, usage, mistake/ error and teaching idea. By doing this, the teacher is able to b
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Argentine
In this Unit we discussed the some of the different aids available to the teacher for classroom use. Everything from the time honored Chalk or Black Board, Overhead Projectors, Books and Dictionaries
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Argyle
These videos are very good and can be taken as an example of bad and good successful teaching. In the first video teacher made a lot of mistakes. He started without engage phase and he didnt give corr
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Arlington
Well, this unit is about useful methods, techniques and theories of teaching/learning the language. But to decide which is the best method is very hard because each of them has its minuses and pluses.
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Armada
This unit explained why lesson planning is important. Sometimes I think that I might get a little nervous when I get to teach a class of my own, so if I hadn't studied this lesson I would probably be
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Arnold
Teaching English as a foreign language has come out of certain methods which have demonstrated effectiveness in the classroom. Methods such as task-based learning, communicative language teaching, com
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Arthur
Only teaching can assist in commenting on this unit, The way the student acknowledges the visual aid. How the teachers uses the visual aid or teaching aid. I am not sure how teaching English in a cla
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Arvon
This third unit of the course was about the different popular teaching methodologies that have existed through the years, and about teaching methods. It described all the different methodologies and s
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Ash
The compiling of resources in this unit will be very helpful as a single resource for teaching ESL students. the progress in CALL (computer-aided language learning) is making the learning process eas
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Ashland
This ynit was about passive voice, about modal verbs as could, might, have to, may, can, should and different types of sentences. It was really useful and remind all differences between modal verbs. A
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Ashley
This unit is essentially about the different tests students may have to take. There are different types of tests that serve different purposes. We could put them in this specific order. First one to b
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Assyria
This unit gives me a detailed look into modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice, as well as an overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses. 1. Modal Auxiliary Verbs (or "modals"): - The "moda
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Athens
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Atlanta
In this unit, some issues in teaching is discussed like teaching a group of students for the first time. There will be a new group where in the student did not know each other and the existing group
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Atlantic Mine
This unit was so helpful in allowing me to understand that the students must be able to actively participate in individual assignments and/or group writing and speaking activities that will enable the
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Atlas
I enjoyed this unit, as it reminded me of the finer points in teaching (and those I need touching up on). I did however find a few answers subjective. E.g. Lack of discipline can be greatly affected b
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Attica
Who would've thought the present tense could be so challenging?! The unit once again provided clear, concise guidance on the often subtle differences between different forms of present tense. We use e
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Au Gres
This is one of those challenging units but l love phonetics. I have learnt new things on intonations and stresses even though I still need to go through them again. I’m now confident with my pronunc
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Au Sable
After reading this chapter, I learned that there are four basic skills in every language: reading, listening, writing, and speaking. Reading and listening are receptive skills and writing and speaking
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Au Train
Unit 18 is the final grammar unit, covering modal verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses This unit covered some extremely important and common grammar structures that I realize can
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Auburn
This unit talks about the different groups of classes a teacher may be working with. This includes individuals, business professionals, young learners, monolingual and multilingual groups. Each has it
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Auburn Hills
In this unit I have learnt what kind of personal features should be used effectively in the classroom (voice, eye contact, gestures)to maintain relaxed manner and discipline. Grouping students is one
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Augusta
The most important thing to be a good teacher is to love what you are doing, and show up. Kids will learn more than just English if a teacher can be polite and enthusiastic about the job. It is import
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Aurelius
It was quite difficult for me to watch the first video. The lesson was uninteresting, the teacher behaviour intimidating to students, he was putting them down and blaming them for not understanding or
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Avery
Although pronunciation and phonology are often used interchangeably, it is important to be able to distinguish between the two. Phonetics is the study and classification of speech sounds. Pronunciatio
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Avoca
There are various methods and lesson structures that can be used in the classroom, the main structure following the aspects of engaging the students in the language, followed by a study session on a s
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Azalia
This unit covers the many different and intricate forms of present tense verbs. It also outlines that there are twelve different tenses for verbs which I did not know before. For past, present, and fu
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Backus
A course book is good as a back up or to a guideline, but one-to-one teaching actually becomes the student's story, the student's needs and a teacher has to make sure that the lessons satisfy the latt
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Bad Axe
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
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Bagley
This unit gave me some basic understanding of the roles the teacher and the learner “play” and what good characteristics are for both. It highlighted to me that when teaching English, you need to
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Bailey
In this unit, we went through the various roles a teacher may take on while teaching a class, what makes a good student and the experiences they bring with them and finally, how to accurately place a
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Bainbridge
In this lesson, I learned about the materials you can use for lessons. In regards to course books, different teachers have different opinions about how important they are. Some teachers rely on them h
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Baldwin
1. With a global interest in learning English, it is likely that teachers will be required to teach English to students of various groups (e.g. adult students, beginners, individual students, children
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Baltimore
In this unit, productive skills are equally as important as receptive skills. We need to teach them new language within study activity which is identified in 2 parts: Accuracy activities which languag
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Bancroft
In English grammar the future is the most difficult one because so many tenses can be used by the meaning of future tenses. In this unit are the seven most common tenses: the future simple, the futur
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Bangor
This unit covers different techniques for managing a classroom. There are different ways to arrange the seats, which can depend on the class size, the age, and the space among other factors. For examp
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Banks
I found the ideas provided for each of the three phases of a lesson (ESA) very useful. The unit explained how to bring structure to a lesson but also provided good examples of how to be flexible when
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Bannister
Studying this unit , I have known that there are some roles that teachers can use during their lessons , but it is important to use the roles appropriately . Teachers can be manager during the lesso
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Baraga
It was review of future simple,future continious, future perfect, future perfect continiouse tenses. This lesson was pretty good, understandable, easy, useful. This unit remind me some differences bet
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Barbeau
The focus of this unit was the use of course books and lesson materials. It gave insight into the benefits of using both authentic and created materials for lesson plans with students as the both can
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Bark River
This unit present theories,methods and techniques of teaching.The principal methods are Grammar-translation, Audio-lingualism, Presentation, Practice and Production.An other effective method is the E
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Baroda
This unit covered lesson plan functions, basic principles, organization, and components. A lesson plan can look different depending on teaching style and teaching experience. It can function as an aid
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Barry
In order to get fluency in reading and listening the exposure must be enjoyable, level appropriate, and lead to succes in receiving and interpreting messages. I have recently taught some students who
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Barryton
This unit goes over present tenses including present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. The present simple for uses the auxiliary verb 'do,' as in "Do you play?"
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Barton
This unit provided valuable information about classroom dynamics by providing two videos as supplementary examples. The differentiation between the two videos gave insight on what behaviors and organi
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Barton City
I learned that in order for students to understand English, the one teaching has to know the rules. This helps them with understanding. The content covered was the parts of speech, nouns and the types
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Barton Hills
This thorough breakdown of parts of speech was very useful for me. The difference between definite and indefinite articles in particular is something that students struggle with, and explaining can b
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Batavia
The content of this unit explains the necessary principles, organisation and what to include in a lesson plan. The content also always touches upon being flexible and making it 'your own' in order to
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Bates
This unit focused on how a teacher needs to adapt her role to each classroom situation or education activity and find that balance between being too dominant or leaving the students too uncertain. Eye
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Bath
Classroom management is a term teachers use to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly without disruptive behavior from students compromising the delivery of instruction.
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