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Randolph
As someone who studied education in college, the information about what makes a good teacher and a good learner were familiar to me. However, information about different age groups' thoughts about tea
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Ravenwood
This unit talks about different teaching tools to help the teacher get twice the result with half the effort.There are kinds of popular tools as time changed. For example, about 20 years ago, OHP is p
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Raymore
This lesson discussed how to use and assess created course materials and authentic materials, taking into consideration the language levels of the students as well as the particular needs of the stude
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Raytown
Teaching a foreign language goes in tandem with the utilization of a variety of useful teaching equipment and aids. There are a plenty of complementary aids that assist the process of teaching t
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Rea
Lesson plans have been an integral part of my growth as a teacher and I've grown to understand the need for balance in the nature of my plans; namely the balance between too rigid of a plan, and no pl
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Reeds
The contents in this last unit are first lessons where the teacher meets two types of groups, the new group and the exciting group. we have also looked at the warmers , meeting different levels of st
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Reeds Spring
Good teachers have a variety of different roles to play and need to be comfortable planning classes around the roles and assessing live classes to make adjustments to the role they are playing. Someti
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Republic
Each unit seems to get deeper into grammar anf its a bit difficult to get my head around. I know what sounds correct and can teach a break down of last tense but I'm not sure I fully understand it all
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Rich Hill
I'm thinking of how effective things like phonetic language would be to the students I will be teaching. Even mouth charts might be confusing. While it is good to have an understanding of these things
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Richland
I enjoyed 'Unit 1 Teachers & Learners' as it gave me a good basis to move forward in learning to be a good teacher. I'm encouraged that qualities like patience, kindness, equality and tactfulness are
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Richmond
This unit covered the topic of lesson materials. There are mainly two types of language classroom material: authentic and created. The former is drawn directly from native-speaking sources, while the
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Richmond Heights
This unit provided lots of different ideas and perspectives on how to deal with managing a classroom. As with several of the previous units, there is no clear cut way to run a classroom or manage stud
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Ridgeway
This unit focused on classroom management. I learned that how the classroom is arranged can affect how a student can learn. It’s important to establish a rapport with the students which will provide
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Risco
In this unit i learned about different potential problems you can come across in the classroom and ways that you can address them or prevent them. Classes fall into two categories; new groups and exis
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Riverside
I really wish I had this resource when I first started out as an assistant teacher. I was so lost and confused that I really thought I made a horrible mistake. In time, the class time was easier to fi
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Rocheport
This Unit points out how the past tense structure is similar to that of the present tense but the difference is that the past refers to actions in the past. The various forms of the past tense is indi
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Rock Hill
Lesson materials can be found almost everywhere. There are the course materials that come in the form of coursebooks which come from publishers. But then there are also authentic materials that come f
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Rock Port
Unit 1 is a great overview of the roles of teachers and learners. Teachers are basically chameleons in that we need to recognize when to be a role model, when to lecture, when to simply observe and w
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Rockaway Beach
As briefly mentioned, I believe that the receptive skills are more easily acquired, if not employed, by learners of a foreign language. I say this because receptive skills do not place as heavy as a b
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Rockville
This unit taught me the roles and characteristics of a good teacher. Specifically, I learned that a teacher must be largely invested in their students learning experience and often switch between bein
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Rogersville
In Unit 6, I learned about different forms of the past tense. Firstly, the past simple form is easy to construct. You just have to take the verb and add "ed" to the end of it. For example, "work" woul
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Rolla
This unit was on teaching new languages. It was broken up into three parts: teaching vocabulary, teaching grammar structures, and teaching language functions. Each section was explained through modes
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Rosebud
Unit eighteen covers the topic of modals, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. These topics aren't as common in the English language, but useful to have an understanding. Modals have many uses such as: o
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Rosendale
This lesson was very helpful in understanding important teaching techniques, and also it was helpful in understanding the various different teaching methods that should help with lesson planning in th
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Russellville
This unit was about conditional speech and reporting. Conditional speech can be confusing to ESL students because it deals with verbs tenses that are typically complex. There a various types of condit
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Saint Ann
This unit covered four different present tenses; present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. It identified the form, usage, and average student errors for each
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Saint Charles
This lesson went over a number of practical considerations and common problems encountered in real classroom settings. This lesson has given me a fair amount of good advice with regards to how to appr
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Saint Clair
It's easy to nitpick a lesson plan or teaching style after the fact, or even pick out what was done well, but I imagine it would be ten times more difficult to actually preform well. I am sure much of
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Saint George
There was a lot covered in this lesson. The dynamics of each class or group of students can vary greatly. The level of English known by the students, the age of students, the size of the group, the pu
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Saint James
This unit throws light on the details of the most basic important concepts of English grammar. Very easy to understand because of the simple examples given for each of these grammatical concepts.Examp
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Saint John
While some learning devices have uses, others can be distracting or just plain ineffective. I was shown DVD reenactments of dialogue from textbooks, and never learned a single thing from it. But I was
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Saint Joseph
I appreciate the content found within this unit. I would imagine that many EFL instructors have a target location where they would like to teach as well as a general idea as to the demographic of stud
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Saint Louis
As stated, this unit builds on the topic of tenses. Although the material presented here may be straightforward for native speakers, fiendish similarities start to arise when comparing perfect present
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Saint Martins
Future tenses are the most complex area of English language. Even though "going to" and present continuous are the most commonly used forms, all (seven) of them have their specific usage. Future simpl
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Saint Mary
Lesson plans give teachers an opportunity to briefly note what students are expected to learn by the end of the lesson and how to achieve that goal. They are also used for teachers' goals (aims), poss
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Saint Paul
It is important for the teacher not to reprimand students during engaging phase because to could adversely affect the motivation of the students to engage. During the first lesson, the teacher appeare
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Saint Peters
The course material is an extremely useful tool for a teacher. If done right, the material will be tailored to the interests, level, and nationality of the students. The options available can vary wid
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Saint Robert
In this unit I've learnt about the main theories, methods and techniques to use during classes. These methods and techniques are crucial elements in organizing, conducting and monitoring the phases of
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Saint Thomas
This lesson covered evaluations and how they are used. Many different types of evaluations were covered, with explanations given on what those evaluations typically would include based on their functi
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Sainte Genevieve
This unit discussed the purpose of creating lesson plans, and the necessary steps and considerations when doing so. From this unit, I am now much better able to plan lessons and work within the ESA fo
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Salem
This sixth unit focuses on past tenses in the English language. Areas of the language treated among others include the appropriate use and formation of the past simple, past continuous, past perfect a
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Salisbury
In this unit I have learned more way of discipling the students while we all feel comfortable and not intimidated . I have also learn how to keep students interested in class and be able to enforce th
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Sarcoxie
This unit is all about the problematic situations that commonly arise in the ESL classroom and how best to address these. We learnt strategies to deal with new and existing groups, groups of differen
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Savannah
I was very overwhelmed by this unit. English is my first language so I picked it up naturally without any lessons. The further I get into this course I am realising just how complicated English is. I
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Schell City
In this unit, I learned various ways of evaluating students via tutorials, evaluations by the students, and testing and when it is appropriate to use each. I learned the various kinds of tests and the
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Scott City
I have learned that grammar is challenging for both the student and the teacher. With grammar there are laid out set of rules, but often than not there are exceptions to those rules. As a student lear
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Sedalia
During this unit I have gained an insight in different teaching methodologies to use in the classroom. This, not only restricted to beginners, but also for advanced classes. During my bachelors degre
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Seligman
Having worked through this unit I can see the importance of having good receptive skills. Without reading and listening skills, as mentioned in the text, we would not be able to survive on this plane
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Senath
This unit focused on the different parts of speech in the English language. It has highlighted some of the areas that both teachers and learners find difficult to master such as the past simple and pa
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Seneca
This unit introduces how students are evaluated and tested. It introduces several different external examinations that students may take. It explains what he exam is and the reason a student may need
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