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Osceola
This final unit has given me a grasp on what to do when faced with the possible difficulties of teaching English. Using role playing activities for example can encourage a reluctant student who does n
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Otterville
This overview was helpful regarding the variety of tests available throughout the world. While I had a vast knowledge regarding this subject, there were few things I hadn't heard of before. Furthermor
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Overland
I've really enjoyed this video Unit 10. I have learned a lot by watching the two examples of the videos and the different behavior of the teacher effecting students' attitudes. The atmosphere and leve
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Owensville
My first year of teaching was pretty chaotic and frightfully unorganized. I was given a diary to use but never gave it much thought. I used my phone for notes and to keep a list of worksheets that I n
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Ozark
The introduction to the ESA approach to lesson planning has already done wonders for me as I progress through these chapters. Additionally, the inclusion of possible "activate" stage activities in thi
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Pacific
This unit was about teaching students productive skills. Productive skills means the speaking and writing skills in English. I learned that some difficulties about the English language is that it is n
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Pagedale
Fundamentally,past tenses relate to an action and/or event that happened in the past. Past systems are comprised of several tenses that differ depending upon the time being involved. Past simple i
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Palmyra
Sometime letting students to find out the purpose of an activity for themselves can help them to speak more often . According to my point of view there is no wrong answer for the question. This is lik
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Paris
Every word in a sentence can be categorized as a different part of speech. These parts of speech indicate how a word functions grammatically, as well as it's meaning. The simplest forms are nouns, pro
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Park Hills
In this unit I had a chance to learn about the personal and professional qualities, responsibilities and duties of a good teacher, as well as the general characteristics of a successful student. The u
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Parkville
From Unit 2 I learned a lot about the more detailed parts of speech. Aside from basic sentence structure, I learned how to identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives. I can decipher a countable noun from a
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Parma
This unit was helpful in a similar way to how all of the grammatical lessons are helpful. I liked the break down of all the different tenses and found the description of their usages to be helpful. Of
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Parnell
Reminder that the teacher plays many different roles in teacher. The ability to manage time and content,create a learning environment that encourage the students to ask questions and participate. Make
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Pasadena Hills
Past tenses take 4 forms, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous and each had grammar rules associated to them. I think it is important that the rules are clearly expla
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Pattonsburg
In this unit, I learned that communication skills are useful incase students want to say something, listen to something, or are interested in what is being said. Accuracy and fluency activities are eq
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Peculiar
The completed unit was about introducing lesson planning to inexperienced teachers. I learned that lesson plans do not necessarily have to be structured but are there to aid and can therefore be flexi
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Perry
In this unit i have learned the structure and common usage of present tense. Present indefinite is used while describing our habits ,routine activities , Permanent situations or facts. On the other ha
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Perryville
Teaching equipment can help to make lessons more interactive,effective and less dependence on textbook. The board as a teaching equipment is useful for writing, drawing and also sticking things. It al
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Pevely
This unit reflects the relationship between teachers and learners, the different strategies employed by teachers in the classroom, the different motivations and levels of skill of students, and how th
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Piedmont
In this unit I learned about all of the helpful tips that can make lesson planning easier. To help you with planning, you should write down what you expect students to achieve in that lesson, how you
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Pierce City
As a former student, I always questioned the choice of the course book. In many situations the book was seldom used, and when it was used the lesson felt 'stiff' and lacked flexibility. A majority of
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Pilot Grove
Teachers have plenty of teaching aids available to make lessons more interesting. For example: black/white board), IWB, OHP, dictionaries, visual aids, cassette players, CDs, DVDs, cameras, course and
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Pilot Knob
The material found in this chapter is pertinent to the success of a class and lesson. Instructors must not only be well informed about the topic in question, they must also be able to present in a way
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Pine Lawn
There is a multitude of teaching aids available to TEFL teachers and the can be used to add interest to the lesson, drive student engagement, more clearly explain vocab or topics. TAke care not to use
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Pineville
Deciding what to teach and how you're going to go about it seems to be a very difficult task. After reading this unit, I wonder how do you choose what vocabulary to teach and which language structures
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Platte City
Speaking and writing are equally important productive skills. Although writing is the most neglected one (because teachers don't prefer "quiet time" in the classroom, and therefore writing is often le
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Platte Woods
Although the straight arrow approach is often used for introducing new vocabulary and grammar, and boomerang and patchwork for introducing language functions, these "rules" are not to be strictly foll
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Plattsburg
It was very interesting to learn the parts of the speech. But a bit confusing too since the differences are really minor say for example: between the different types of adverbs. Sometimes there are no
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Pleasant Hill
Assessing the students level at the start of the course and progress throughout the course is a valuable indicator to what the students knows, needs to learn, and how well they are learning it. Its cr
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Pleasant Hope
There are many issues that may come up in an EFL class. As said through most of this course is that a teacher must be flexible in their teaching so they will be able to adapt to help all students in t
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Pleasant Valley
When looking at how I was taught foreign languages in both high school and college, I can see how a lot of these formulas or patchworks used. Sometimes it worked perfectly when it was much ,ore seamle
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Polo
this Unit has been useful to refresh my past sentences knowledges. Although I am a non-native speaker and all these grammar rules have been taught to me since I was young, I still could see that somet
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Pomona
This unit discusses how to best use course books and lesson materials for lessons. It’s important to supplement, adapt and omit portions of the course book to better suit your students. You should a
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Poplar Bluff
I thought back to when I learned Chinese and what lessons were and were not effective. The class spent a large deal of time teaching how to write characters, and learning to read and listen were almos
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Portage Des Sioux
This unit compared many methodologies of teaching and explained which were thought to be more useful for the ESA format and which were not, as well as what level of learning each was most appropriate
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Portageville
This unit covered the last of the three basic tense forms. In this unit, I learned how to label and distinguish the different future tenses, and more importantly, I learned to put into words each futu
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Potosi
Finally, items included in each unit are beginning to meld together and form a clear picture in my head. Perhaps starting at the very beginning of the most basic forms of grammar and building to more
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Powell
This unit gave me a good understanding of receptive skills. I learnt about the different forms of reading and listening and how our interest in the content can create different ways for us to retrieve
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Powersville
This unit, about productive skills (speaking and writing), also includes a reiteration of the meanings of fluency and accuracy. Accuracy is about getting everything correct and fluency is more focused
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Prairie Home
In this unit, the topic mainly talks about the tense system of english language. Usually there are three tenses such as the past, the present and the future. And each of them has different four aspect
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Princeton
In this lesson we learned how to teach pronunciation. I think that the most important parts we will have to teach is the intonation of natural speakers when it comes to statements versus questions, wh
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Pulaskifield
This lesson built upon Unit 3, in which we learned the basic ESA teaching model. In this lesson, we learned how to use the ESA to teach vocabulary and language structures. We learned that engaging the
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Purcell
Unit 3 is about EFL methodology, mistakes and feedback.Methodologies; grammer translation, audio lingualism, presentation, practice and production, task based learning, communicative language teaching
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Purdin
This unit covers parts of speech like types of nouns adjectives articles, verbs adverbs,gerunds,pronoun, Preposition adjectives and superlative adjective, types of articles definite and indefinite Ve
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Purdy
When evaluating a student's progress and learning skill, teachers typically engage in testing the student on several different levels. A placement test can determine the student's initial skills befo
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Puxico
This unit is about all types of future tenses and the tenses which are used to express future actions in certain occasions. there provided information of the future tenses: simple, continuous, perfect
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Quarrels
This unit provides two demonstrations of the same ESA lesson plans. The first lesson provides an example of several ineffective teaching techniques, including the teacher's inability or indifference t
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Queen City
Due to the lack of teachers' confidence, pronunciation is one of the most neglected aspects of teaching L2, even though students are very concerned about their pronunciation skills. Intonation carries
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Quitman
In this unit I learned about teaching pronunciation and phonology. Pronunciation is an important part of language and speech as it creates uniformity among English speakers. I learned about putting th
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Qulin
Upon reading much of the lesson much of it was obvious, but I wouldn´t have known it unless I read it.In my ¨?ow to teach class¨ in college we did not go over the ESA approach, but it makes sense.
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