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Unit two deals with an overview of English grammar, covering several details of basic concepts such as nouns (including subcategories such as countable/uncountable, proper, common, compound, and colle
In this unit, I have learned what makes a good teacher, the nine roles of a teacher and how to utilize each role in a classroom setting including the fact that you will have to know how to use each in
In this unit I have learned about the different teaching methodologies and in particular about the ESA approach which means Engage, Study, Activate. The ESA is prominent in current TEFL practice. Furt
This unit dwells on two ESA demonstration videos. The first video lesson is intimidated, confuse and boring because the students are not given a clear explanation of the lesson point.This causes the s
In this lesson I learned about various tools to help teaching, depending on the technology available in the classroom, from DVD players to Smart Boards. The lesson focused on the advantages and disadv
As a native English speaker, I notice so many people with poor grammar, even when English is also their native tongue. Many people use incorrect tense, or make up their own: for example looked is alr
Unit ten contains two videos of the real lessons. The first video shows us bad and not effective way of teaching the class and the second one conversely shows the proper planned lesson. For me it was
This unit teaches about the four different types of present tense; Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous. Present simple is used for habits or routine acti
I found Unit One to be extremely enlightening. I did not consider that I would be faced with students who did not want to learn. Nor did I think about adult students who could possibly be so engrained
This unit gave an overview of the 7 structures used to express an action in the future: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, 'going to' future, present simple,
This section brought back many memories from my childhood. Although this information may seem easy, the detail that goes into the parts of speech are vast and can be forgotten quickly. Hence, I though
The contrast between a good lesson and a not so successful lesson. A teachers behaviour and attitude can influence participation and confidence within students. Students require positive reinforcement
Similar to Unit 4: Present Tenses, Unit 6 went over the aspects of past tense: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The unit went over the form, usages, common stud
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Tests need to be reviewed. Some questions are weak. Others test the ability to remember information. Higher oder thinking skills need to be enhanced in the material. More practical examples should be added.