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Marlette
Unit 1 was about the necessary qualities and roles of teachers and qualities and motivations of learners for successful learning. While teachers must be kind, patient, love teaching, be able to motiva
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Marne
Creating an effective learning environment is indicative of not only the students, but the teacher as well. This is particularly relevant for an ESL setting. It is the instructor`s responsibility to n
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Marquette
Dear Course Moderator, Overall, the unit is very informative and easy to read. However, I have some issues to raise about the test. It seems like two of the questions are rather unclear. For example
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Marshall
Attitude has always reflected on the learning capacity when teaching Bad communication will teach nothing to students, bad attitude as demonstrated in VIDEO 1 encourages disrespect from both the stude
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Martin
What I learned about teaching conditionals and reported speech Teaching ideas for the conditionals: 1. Split sentences – This is an activity where the condition and the consequence of conditional s
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Martiny
This unit really made me stop and think about when I was being taught this information in school. It is confusing if you are trying to just follow the rules. It is easier if examples are used that a
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Marysville
In Unit 4, I learned the present tense system and the different forms, usages, common errors, and activities. First, we discussed the Present Simple form which is used when speaking about habitual or
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Mason
This unit taught me several aspects of teaching that I had previously not taken into account very much. Managing a classroom is a variable activity with a number of factors that play into the manner i
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Masonville
Unit 15 Covers Evaluation and Testing of Students Even though many students will be taking English classes for the sake of using English for local reasons - such as working in a business that interac
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Mass City
The two receptive skills are reading and listening. Both of these skills are equally important. There are four components or skills that we use when we read and listen. Predictive skills are usually u
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Mastodon
In this first unit of the course, I feel that I have learned a basic understanding of what I need to do to be a " good teacher " so that I can help produce " good students ". I was surprised by the am
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Matchwood
This unit focuses on the skills of organizing the class the individual within the class and other things that take place within the class. It is called classroom management. It provides the instructi
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Mathias
This Unit was on the Past Tenses. It was very useful to me, as I never learned the names of these tenses nor how to identify them. Growing up at a normal American High School, (if my memory serves rig
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Mattawan
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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Matteson
I have greatly mastered a number of concepts on how to become a good teacher and to deal with different types of students of different age groups. A good teacher should be able to know which role to p
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Maybee
In this unit, I appreciated the categories of learners, the qualities of a good learner and the reasons a learner may be taking a second language. Knowing that there is a false beginner will help me m
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Mayville
THIS topic is very important as it is able to test the understanding ability of students on a particular language and how they are able to reproduce what they understood on the particular topic .In t
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McBain
In this unit I learned about managing a classroom. I learned a lot from the classroom arrangement section. In my past experiences as a student, I mainly sat in classrooms that were organized in orderl
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McBride
This unit covered the use of future tenses and the seven different types there was. It was suprising to see the use of present tenses because when I was doind the present tense unit, I remember thinki
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Mears
I had never thought of the difference between the tests which can be taken when learning a foreign languages. Although I was well aware of the definition of "placement test" and "practice test", I did
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Mecosta
The content was based around the Teaching, Pronunciation and phonology. It looks at the variety of materials teachers can use to help aid students progress in the classroom. the content in this unit f
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Medina
Not having any prior experience nor education as a teacher, unit 1 of this course was a fascinating introduction to teaching English as a foreign language. The content was quite simple and straightfor
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Mellen
When teaching receptive skills you must be careful to cater to the level of the class you are teaching, or they may be intimidated and confused by the information presented to them. You can teach a va
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Melrose
We learned a lot of great teaching techniques in this unit. Specifically, we reviewed three important parts of English: Vocabulary, Grammar and Language Functions. Each one is important, but each must
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Melvin
The final unit talks about some common problems that the teacher might encounter. For example first lessons can be challenging for the teacher and students , it is important to establish rapport betwe
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Melvindale
Unit 2 was about the different parts of speech of the words within an English sentence. Each word within a basic sentence serves a purpose and adds meaning. A basic sentence typically consists of a su
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Memphis
When considering the four basic skills in any language, it is important to note that receptive skills are just as important as productive skills. However, in order to first get students engaged and in
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Mendon
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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Menominee
A very challenging grammar point, which requires a good knowledge of all tenses. It was also important to remind that time expressions change as well. Interestingly enough as this is a rather mechanic
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Meridian
Learning how to teach a new language is a much different task than learning a trade or any other academic subject. Certain techniques must be applied in accordance with the material being taught and t
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Merrill
This unit gave be a better understanding that there are different types of "beginners" and they all have special needs to be taken into consideration. Because there is a high chance that there are mul
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Merritt
In this unit, we learned about the Future tense. It's a bit tricky and complex because it has many different meanings and tenses with future meanings. The most common patterns are the future simple,
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Mesick
As with the present tense, there are four forms that make up the past tense. The past simple follows the structure of subject + base form verb + ed or d; the question and negative forms includes the w
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Metamora
In this unit, I have learned the different types of beginners.Ranging from: The absolute beginner, The false beginner, The adult beginner, The young beginner and the beginner without the Roman alphabe
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Metz
In this unit, I was able to review the different parts of speech that are used to form sentences. Each word plays a different part in a sentence and it is extremely important to identify and recognize
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Meyer
This unit is devoted to teaching pronunciation and phonology. Authors start with the explanation of different intonations for different goals and even give the techniques for indicating and teaching i
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Michiana
Unit 9 focused on all the different parts of lesson planning. Learning how to plan clear and interesting lessons for students of all different language levels is one of the most important jobs of a te
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Michigamme
These video lessons show a demo of an ESA lesson. It has a side-by-side comparison and analysis of 2 different classroom scenarios, the first video lesson being a bit unorganized and the teacher rathe
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Michigan Center
The unit includes overall classroom management techniques. These techniques include classroom arrangement; teacher's gestures, voice and eye contact; grouping students; writing on the board; the inst
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Middle Branch
I found this unit to be very informative. I particularly found the sections as it relates to the ESA (Engage, Study, Activate) methodology very helpful. The activity ideas that were provided for each
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Middlebury
This unit offers a very structured technique on how to teach verb tenses in the usage of the English language. Basically, it explains that there are three basic verb tenses with four aspects each w
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Middleton
This unit presented excellent sample lesson plans in terms of teaching English vocabulary, grammar, and function. I am lucky in terms of selecting the vocabulary that I currently need to teach my stud
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Middletown
Unit 3 was a very informational lesson that discussed a variety of teaching methods, mainly focusing on the Engage, Study and Activate (ESA) Method. This lesson provided different activities and games
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Middleville
This unit introduced different types of lesson plans. This was incredibly useful and I am sure that I will refer back to it again and again. The explanation of the ESA, Engage, Study and Activate me
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Midland
This unit is about lesson planning. Planning a lesson help to think logically throught the stage in relation to available time, it helps to keep on target and give you something to refer during the l
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Mikado
Our overall goal as teachers is to make sure that students can produce clear speech that can be understood by others, for successful communication. Mispronunciation, due to phonological rules or diffe
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Milan
Managing classes is one of the parts that I would like to learn from and it appears to be very useful. I have learned many useful methods and ways of teaching and arranging during a lesson. Eye contac
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Milford
Receptive skills are reading and listening; both are done for a purpose and also for entertainment. Pre-existing knowledge helps us process the new information we receive with our eyes and ears. Predi
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Millbrook
This topic is very broad as it covers most of the class activities the fluency in the class is at times motivated when the students work under less preasure and when the teacher avoid making every lit
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Millen
This unit covers past tenses in each of the following forms: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. Past simple is an action that is already completed. Past continuou
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