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Galt
I learnt a great deal from this unit on productive skills. Oral and textual communication, as I discovered, are used to communicate a purpose, to say something, to listen to something and to be inspi
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Garden City
This lesson provides information on how to utilize teacher's voice, gestures and eye contact in order to maximize STT and students' attention. It is also a valuable resource for teachers in order to l
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Gasconade
This lesson discussed methods for teaching special groups such as young children, multilingual students, and workers of a company studying business English. The lesson stressed the need for constant p
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Gerald
This unit went over how to teach receptive skills. Receptive skills include listening and reading. Productive skills include speaking and write. All four skills are important for students to become we
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Gideon
English teaching to nonnative learners has various challenges. These challenges can stem from multiple factors including the learner’s age, level, class size, and the diversity of the class. For exa
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Gilliam
Teaching a new language can be as hard as learning it. In order to make the lesson more efficient, this Unit gives all the possible scenario for each part of the teaching experience. Vocabulary, gramm
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Gilman City
In this unit, I have reviewed the qualities of a successful teacher, as well as the various roles that will be expected of me in a classroom. I learned that the relationship of student and teacher is
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Gladstone
This unit goes over techniques to use when teaching new language. It makes the distinction between learning new vocabulary, new grammar structures, and functions - each of which are only useful when c
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Glasgow
This unit discusses the parts of speech in the English language. It is perhaps the unsung hero good English, or rather, good use of the language, because a speaker does not necessarily have to know th
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Glenaire
In this unit I learned that there are many advantages and disadvantages to using course books. The advantages of using a course book are that they are usually expected by students, it is less time con
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Glendale
This video unit gives us two differen examples of teaching. In the first video, the teacher is late for the class and the whole teaching style is very stiff, no matther with the gesture or the teachin
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Golden City
Lesson planning crucial to a successful lesson. With a lesson plan, a teacher will feel more confident and know what the students require in terms of themes, activities and structure. A lesson plan sh
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Goodman
The unit givens helpful information in managing the the activities that take place in the classroom and the amount of English the students will learn. It details ways to increase the level of student
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Gower
A teacher must inspire confidence in the class. Class room management is the skill of organizing and managing a class. An appropriate amount of eye contact should be maintained. Good use of gestures s
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Graham
Verb tenses are a bit confusing especially for me in which English is not my first language. This unit clearly explained the differences among the different forms of past tense which is like in the pr
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Grain Valley
There are many things that can help us create a successful lesson: wipe board, visual aids, worksheets, CDs, dictionaries, course books, etc. Which ever we choose to bring to the classroom it is essen
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Granby
Unit 13 is made up of pronunciation and phonology. It explains how pronunciation varies in order to convey the meaning the speaker want to convey to the audience. Unit 13 also teaches about phonology
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Grandin
Grammar lays the groundwork for prosperous learning .That is why, it is viewed to be a substantial element in the learning of any target language. It does foster learners’ willingness to speak c
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Grandview
Grammar in English would have been incomplete without present tense. It helps to specific the exact time of an action. While simple tense talks about routine, facts, the present continuous talks a
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Grant City
Now more challengers to the equations of past simple ,present and the direction of thought to simply create a word foundation that will explain to the learner just how important it is to develop the c
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Green City
This unit provided an introductory overview of grammar and parts of speech. Because of this lesson, I am now better able to communicate the structure of English sentences to students. Knowing the part
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Green Park
Actually making a class structure is much more fun than previous units. It's less about arbitrary definitions and more about thinking what makes sense to string together. One has to plan to keep the s
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Green Ridge
The future tenses have similar qualities as past and present tenses. I can see how it can be challenging to English learners when trying to determine which future tense to apply when describing someth
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Greencastle
This unit discussed the job of teaching speaking and writing skills, i.e. productive skills. The distinction is made between the two skills in that writing relies more heavily on accuracy of grammar,
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Greendale
In this unit, sir Simon teaches the same number of students in the same class and same grammar lesson (modal auxiliary) in video one he begins the lesson with engaging the students probably. Hence
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Greenfield
The content of this unit introduced grammar, in its basic form to slightly more advanced. For example ranging from simple nouns, adjectives, and verbs to slightly more difficult, indefinite/ definite
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Greentop
This unit wasn't really what I was expecting. When we talking about 'special groups' in my own education classes, we were typically talking about students with developmental challenges or a similar ch
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Greenville
In this unit I learned about conditionals. Conditionals are sentences with "if" when it refers to the past, present, or future. These conditionals include zero conditional, first conditional, second c
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Greenwood
Perhaps the most difficult tense concepts for learners of ESL due to the auxiliary words that comprise the future tenses. In many other languages, the grammar is agglutinating and thus encoded within
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Hale
This unit is just so special. It is a great tool for the teacher of English. After teaching for years, facing unigue problems, I have never gotten such a wonderful solution. This will go a long w
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Hallsville
Present simple involves the structure -> Subject + base form. Present continuous involves the structure -> Subject + verb 'be' + verb 'ing' implies it will continue in the future. Present Perfect inv
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Hamilton
In this unit I learned that the attitude the teacher brings in class has great effect on how students respond to him / her and the lesson . I learned it is important to engage the students in the begi
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Hannibal
Unit seven is very slim in it's topic. The three areas it covers is the teaching of vocabulary, language, and structure. Along with these topics, the unit went deeper by explaining how each could be t
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Hardin
After reading this unit I have become aware of the difficulties associated with teaching pronunciation and phonology. Prior to this I did not realised just to what extent "intonation" is used in the
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Harris
Two of the four basic skills of a language are reading and listening, the receptive skills. These skills are used to gather information for two main reasons: pleasure and purpose. The reasons are diff
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Harrisonville
This unit covered the present tenses which were challenging for me. There is a lot of pieces to form a present tense sentence with rules to remember such as adding "ing" to auxiliary verbs in many of
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Hartville
The concept of planning a lesson is a bit more complex that it appears from this unit. There are so many factors to consider and even though it was never mentioned in this unit, it is also important t
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Hawk Point
This unit provided information on present tenses and four categories of the present tense. Prior to starting this unit, I was aware of how to use each tense - having used them daily in language. Howev
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Hayti
Finding the correct balance in evaluating students is important. It's very important to have placement tests because they give you an idea of the level your students have and it's easier to place them
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Hayti Heights
In this unit, I learned that a good teacher should care more about students’ learning than his/her teaching, by playing many kinds of roles necessary for teaching purposes. For example, when we give
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Hazelwood
Over the past few years, after beginning my Masters, I finally, for the first time, began taking grammar seriously. I began applying my knowledge of English language conventions to sentence structure,
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Henrietta
Acknowledging the various methodologies and approaches of EFL teaching allows teachers to produce the results during lessons. Frankly speaking,being aware of these vital teaching methodologies, n
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Herculaneum
This unit gives an in depth overview of the classroom environment. It shows how to create a positive learning environment and certain standards teachers should be aware of and adopt to create a benefi
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Hermann
This lesson described the use and characteristics of conditional sentences in the English language, as well as reported speech. The chapter analyzed the five different conditional forms with examples
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Hermitage
The part of the lesson that said how teachers tend to focus less on writing because of the necessary 'quiet time' it entails has been true in my experience. I definitely have assigned writing for hom
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Higbee
Future system is one of the most complicated and challenging tense. Future tenses are commonly known as misleading and ambiguous for EFL learners. Similarly to present and past system, future incl
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Higginsville
In this unit I learnt about the coursework and materials. I learnt that although textbooks can provide a solid and tried structure, it should be up to the teacher to determine how the material will be
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High Hill
I will say that the overview of the units content is focused on Teacher and students teaching and learning process. And I learnt that it actually takes patient to be a good teacher. My reason is be
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Highlandville
this Unit helps to refresh future tense knowledges. Personally I have always found it hard to remember each rule and I can say that I realise that most of my future tense structures just come naturall
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Hillsboro
Usage of the past tense forms can pose problems for ESL learners, particularly that the forms may be confused, mixed, or misunderstood. The past tense forms are almost identical to the present tense f
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