TESOL Online in Montana - Teacher English Jobs

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Roundup
From this first lesson I have been able to learn about self-lacking characteristics to become a better teacher such as always correcting all the student's errors and also being too nervous about compl
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Ryegate
During this unit I have learnt many different teaching methodologies and theories, I now have a proper understanding of the ESA method and how to incorporate it into my lessons. Knowing when to correc
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Saco
I found that keeping all of the different types of the present tenses to be very confusing. Each branch has its own sets of rules so keeping them straight in my head proved to be quite the challenge.
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Scobey
That unit wants the future teacher be aware of the main characteristics of the learners according to the age, the language level and their high or low level of motivation... Also, we have to know wh
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Shelby
For a good class experience, the teacher and the students have to do their role. A good teacher should be able to to identify what the students need and act accordingly. An engaging professor, who kno
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Sheridan
This unit covers grammar rules than the teacher will have to teach in class and explains how to classify the distinct components of a sentence. I learnt than prepositions can be one of the most diffi
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Sidney
Classroom management is the skill of organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. In order to have a safety and harmonious classroom, a teacher must
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St. Ignatius
This unit teaches us how to teach a new language by utilizing vocabulary, grammar and functions. This unit provided multiple ways/examples to apply the ESA methods to introduce a new language. In orde
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Stanford
In this section we learned a lot about the different types of exams teachers may choose to giver their students, and when they are appropriate to assign. We also learned what we can learn as teachers
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Stevensville
The system and structure of past tenses is not too different from present tenses, except that past tenses obviously relate to past time periods. Past simple tense- sometimes called the preterite, is
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Sunburst
This unit covers the basics of lesson planning and why it is important. The materials include a sample planning page for which I am very grateful! I will definitely take advantage of the sample pages
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Superior
English for specific purposes (ESP) is a subset of English as a second or foreign language. It usually refers to teaching the English language to university students or people already in employment, w
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Terry
These are sentences containing 'if' (or similar expressions such as 'when') which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, the 'if' clause and the main clause, and eithe
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Thompson Falls
Productive skills are speaking and writing. You use the language that you have acquired and produce a message through speech or written text that you want others to understand. When you are “learnin
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Three Forks
Basic concepts, principles and constructs of classroom-based assessment; different types of tests and testing (e.g.: proficiency, achievement, diagnostic and placement tests, direct vs. indirect testi
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Townsend
Coursebooks provide structure and support for the course. The higher you move in education, the more your coursebooks will change. For younger students, the teacher is likely to follow the coursebook
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Troy
Teachers must be the facilitator, assessor, tutor, manager, organizer, prompter, participant, model, and an observer inside the classroom. A good teacher must posses the following qualities: kind and
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Twin Bridges
This unit presented planning lessons. Although some people feel that lesson planning is more of a fixed and teacher centered lesson, the way a teacher plans a lesson can actually help the teacher beco
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Valier
This unit states English has three main tenses: past, future, and present. They can then be each subdivided into simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. Present simple is about facts, o
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Virginia City
What has been covered in this course should allow you to cover the vast majority of grammatical issues that you will probably face as an English teacher of foreign students. Modal auxilliary verbs B
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Walkerville
The content of this unit introduces us to the tense system beginning with the four present tenses. It breaks each part of the present tenses into the form and usages, while also showing us what the er
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West Yellowstone
Modals (also called modal verbs, modal auxiliary verbs, modal auxiliaries) are special verbs which behave irregularly in English. They are different from normal verbs like "work, play, visit..." They
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Westby
In this profession, it is important to consider all the scenarios that can occur while teaching English. The different mishaps that can come fom misunderstanding, the size of the classroom and the num
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White Sulphur Springs
This unit teaches the past tenses and how they relate to past time periods. There are four forms of the past tenses. This unit showed us the verbs with an irregular simple past form. These types of f
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Whitefish
Teaching aids are an integral component in any classroom. The many benefits of teaching aids include helping learners improve reading comprehension skills, illustrating or reinforcing a skill concept,
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Whitehall
Each teacher has to find his own style of teaching according to his personality. However, eye contact, gesture and voice have to be used correctly by the teacher to create a positive atmosphere into
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Wibaux
This unit's main focus was the English tense system. The Tense System is supposed to be one of the main problem areas for both students and teachers. While Linguists might argue that there are technic
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Winifred
This unit has presented ways to have successful classroom management. It teaches us how to help students to learn effectively and how to inspire self confidence in them. This unit also teaches us how
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Winnett
At some time or another most teachers will come across students who do not seem to want to talk or participate in class. For some it may be cultural, for others intimidation or confidence issues. Ther
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Wolf Point
This unit is about the most basic part of teaching, the student and teacher. It describes what makes a good teacher. A good teacher should be able to take on a variety of roles that help them teach
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