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Lowry City
This unit was similar to unit four however this one covered past tenses; past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The rules are very similar however, instead of looking
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Lucerne
This lesson presented us with methods to use to teach skills rather than information, as the previous lessons had covered. Instead of teaching vocabulary, the focus of this unit was to show how we cou
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Lupus
Teaching productive skills, speaking and writing including games, Cummunicative purpose, listening and interesting. Difference between accuracy and fluency activities, speaking activities in classroom
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Macks Creek
This lesson covered the topic of the dynamics between students and teachers during a lesson. It covered a variety of teacher approaches and how those approaches can influence the attitudes of learners
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Macon
This unit focuses on the necessariness of the teaching planning. The good teaching planning could help the teacher pays attention to the main topic of the class and let the teacher remembers the class
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Madison
Being a good teacher implies possessing both a number of professional characteristics and personal features which make the process of teaching and learning successful and enjoyable. A good teacher is
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Maitland
Modals are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. Examples of models are: can, could, may, will, should. Models can be used to express obligation, permission, possibility,advice and
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Malden
This unit gives an overview of English pronunciation. It stresses the importance of teaching it to learners, who often site pronunciation as the most challenging aspect of English. Therefore, having a
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Malta Bend
Grammar is a very interesting subject. The difficulty with grammar as this unit indicates to me is the terminology. The use of words such as present simple and present continuous can be fairly confusi
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Manchester
This unit was about the different theories, methods, and techniques available for English/language teachers. I learned there are many different methods of teaching, such as task-based learning and com
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Mansfield
This lesson described the different subcategories of the English past tense, including the past simple tense, past continuous tense, past perfect tense, and past perfect continuous tense. In addition
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Maplewood
In the first part of this unit characteristics of a good teacher are mentioned including his personality and his relation with students. Then all the roles of teacher during class are briefly explaine
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Marble Hill
Reading and listening are receptive skills, they are passive skills because learners do not need to produce language for these skills but need to receive it and understand it. There are different teac
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Marceline
It is true that reading and listening are very important parts of learning a language. The amount of information a student is capable of understanding allows the student to have a better grasp of the
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Marionville
It was useful to learn the different methodology. The ESA techniques taught how to make lessons fun and interesting for the students. As a new teacher, I feel that more experience would be required to
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Marquand
Thanks to the studies I have been doing till now, I already knew about all the phonetics aspects of the language. Of course, as a non-native speaker, I did not know too much about the details of the E
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Marshall
Balancing the three cornerstones of language teaching can be daunting, but they can be taught either in tandem with each other or separately. Commonly, however, they are taught separately and the teac
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Marshfield
I'm currently working at a summer resort that employs a large amount of international staff. Last night, we played the popular game "Headbands", and rather than using the traditional cards provided al
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Marston
In this unit I learned about teaching productive skills which includes speaking and writing. Both are equally important skills however writing is often overlooked in most class rooms and given as home
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Marthasville
While the last of the three major tenses, the future tense is definitely the most difficult of them all. In the English language, it is considered a tricky area. So many different things can be expres
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Martinsburg
I consider this unit as an introductory one since it establishes the basic rules for teaching. It is important to bear in mind all these advises when teaching, especially those related to carry out a
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Maryland Heights
This unit is about the roles of the students and learners, and how they must work together to obtain the desired results. Teachers must vary their roles within the class to ensure that the students ar
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Maryville
This unit made some suggestions about how to deal with certain groups, such as very large groups, reluctant students, new groups of students who are meeting each other for the first time, etc. The les
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Matthews
As a teacher, it is always important to choose the best materials possible when teaching language. I feel that textbooks are sometimes useful because they can lead to other activities created by the t
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Maysville
In this unit i have the methodology that is used in English Teaching process. There are different methods of teaching but Engage Study and Activate is the best sequence of teaching techniques. In enga
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Mayview
This Unit gave me a lot of new knowledges about the teaching methods. These kind of informations are essential in order to get the best out of a class: knowing how to stimulate the students and, at th
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McFall
This unit outlined the factors that are often found among teacher and students, as well as how different combinations of these factors can make for stronger or weaker relationships between teachers an
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McKittrick
In this unit we are told that that the productive skills is made up of mainly speaking and writing. It also look into communication and the reason of communication. More so, the lesson look speaking a
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Meadville
This Unit has been really interesting. Having a tidy and precise lesson plan is fundamental both for the teacher and, less directly, for the student. All the topics showed give the teacher reliable in
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Memphis
After reading this chapter and working on the exercises, I realize that even as an Englisg speaker, I don't always use the correct forms of the conditionals ot the reported speech. How do we teach wha
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Mendon
This lesson helps me to review my knowledge about the present tense. The present tense is easy to use in general, but sometimes its usage can make us confuse. If we are not really sure about the usage
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Mercer
This unit provides a guideline as to effective methods of teaching English. It stresses the importance of vocabulary, grammatical structures and patterns, developing proper sentence structure, and th
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Meta
Unit 7: Teaching new language with reference to Vocabulary, grammar and functions has taught me to teach English in a balanced and manageable way. This does not mean however, lessons have to include
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Mexico
Coursebooks and lesson materials are important tools in English language education. They provide both teachers and students with information to use and learn from. Authentic materials provide students
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Miami
Basically in this unit we learned how best to use a course textbook. While some teachers prefer course textbooks more than others, course textbooks can provide good material to guide the teacher's les
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Middletown
Conditional and reported speech are two of the more complex forms of the English language. When using conditional speech, a clause with the term "if" is satisfied upon the occurrence of an event. The
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Milan
An overview of this unit permitted me to learn how to plan a lesson for each class per day. Planning a lesson helps the teacher to prepare the lesson in respect of the students age, and class. I al
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Miller
This unit went over the present tenses. It was broken up in four parts: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Tenses can be very confusing for ESL learne
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Mindenmines
All the different points viewed in this unit where linked to common sense. Like the fact that a 'good' teacher is kind, patient, motivated and caring about teaching; or that a 'good' learner is willin
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Miner
Lesson planning is crucial in order to effectively deliver lessons. A lesson plan guides you as idea as a teacher as to what you want to students to achieve at the end of a lesson and how you plan to
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Missouri City
This video provides a visual representation as to how theory meets practicality in a real world setting. All of the concepts discussed thus far are portrayed in both an efficient and inefficient manne
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Moberly
The content of this unit was about the types of equipment teachers can use to help prepare lessons in the classroom. As technology advances, the type of equipment available is growing and pushing out
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Mokane
I never realized that verbs like could, should, may, might, etc. were all grouped under the category 'modal verbs.' I had never even heard the term 'modal verbs' before. The chart that is provided wi
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Moline Acres
In Unit 19 I learned about the various types of classes and students I am likely to teach as well as best practices for each. I found that there are several types of beginners, from absolute beginner
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Monett
Assessing the student's progress is important for understanding the knowledge of the students before, during, and after the course. It is important to give Diagnostics Tests to improve the course mate
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Monroe City
When starting a lesson with the new students it is polite to introduce yourself and to meet the students. The atmosphere that teacher creates in the classroom has a profound effect on the success of t
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Montgomery City
I appreciate the fact that this unit mentioned the first lesson. Much like any other social encounter, first impressions go a long way. If the students immediately perceive that the class will not be
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Montrose
This unit addresses the role of the English instructor as it relates to effective teaching and classroom conduct. A good teacher may take on any of several roles during a lesson, including that of man
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Morehouse
This unit is very complexe because there are so many different ways to engage students and to present a lesson. However, I do find the ESA concept more fulfilling because it allows you to cover all th
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Morley
I'm not sure what my host school's testing policy will be, but I prefer informal, continual evaluation rather than formal tests. I like progress tests to discover where students are and what they are
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