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Goehner
Finding the right coursebook is one of the most important tasks a teacher needs to undertake. This Unit will help you in your decision-making process and point you to some of the resources on this tha
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Gordon
The unit introduces the receptive skills reading and listening. The two skills are equaly important and should be incorporated in any English lesson. Furthermore, the unit provides reasons and motives
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Gothenburg
This unit describes basic aspects of English grammar every teach should know, the minimal amount of grammar. I believe, there are many more things to be learnt, but it can't be done till a teacher has
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Grafton
I have learned a lot about the teaching method. Teachers are the ones responsible for having a good lesson or a poor one just by the attitude of the teacher. Students will learn if you put the mater
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Grand Island
In this unit, there is a lot of advanced grammar concepts: modal verbs, clauses, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs provide extra meaning, such as, obligation, possibility/pr
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Grant
This unit provided much clear and much needed guidance for breaking down the parts of speech in a way that is both easy to comprehend and equally easy to remember. I feel I have learned how to effecti
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Greeley
Within Unit 2, parts of speech are discussed. Nouns can be in singular or plural form. The types of nouns are proper, common, abstract, compound, and collective. Nouns can also be countable and uncoun
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Greenwood
EFL students are usually eager to know how well they are doing in learning English and what progress they have made. Teacher should provide ongoing feedback to students based on observation during cla
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Gresham
Within this unit, quality characteristics and practices of teachers and learners are examined. It's important that teachers are helpful, yet not "spoon-feeding" their students. The teacher should be a
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Gretna
As student differ in ability to acquire language teacher should also use different techniques and methods in order to present the given topic in a best possible way. One of the methods that is most li
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Gross
I have found this unit extremely helpful and important for my future advancement as a teacher. First of all, it was fascinating to learn about an evolution of teaching methods and their tight connecti
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Guide Rock
Lesson planning is very important for inexperienced and experienced teachers alike. There are many forms of lesson plans but the kind of lesson plan one makes will depend on the individual. Some peopl
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Gurley
The title of this unit is Teaching New Language. It talks about vocabulary, grammar and functions. This unit tells us that grammar is said to be the tree trunk and branches of a language while vocabul
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Hadar
There are different methods and techniques to teach the English lesson. Some methodologies are used nowadays, some became old-fashioned: Grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, Task-based learning, The
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Haigler
Pronunciation -- often a neglected part of English instruction -- allows students to develop more native-like speech, which can give them more confidence when speaking the language. Of course, English
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Hallam
Unit 7 tackled about the things the students need to do with the new language they will be learning; To understand the meaning of the words - here comes WE teachers teaching vocabulary, to understand
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Halsey
This unit summarized a number of teaching approaches and methods for TESL, including positive and negative aspects of each. Themes which seem to appear across the methods include the need for students
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Hamlet
This unit shows how to teach a language. Mainly ,A language has vocabulary,grammar and functions.when a teacher choose a vocabulary list he/she must be care about several things and children need not
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Hampton
In this unit i have learnt that future tense is one of the complex areas of English language. They are seven common tense system and some of them include future simple ,future continuous , future per
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Harbine
As the final unit, I feel this unit is the most clear-cut where the instructions and solution are sort of very textbook. Although this chapter shows you how to deal with some of the problems in differ
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Hardy
From this chapter, I think it is important to note that not only teachers are evaluating the students, the students are also evaluating the teachers at the same time. It is an ongoing learning process
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Harrison
There are many different resources within the classroom that one can use to bolster the material within their daily lesson plan. It is important when using these aids that you have a good understandin
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Hartington
From this unit I have learned how to deal with different problems and difficulties in the classroom. Although teachers work on managing their classes they still might encounter different problems rega
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Harvard
This unit introduces two contrasting videos that have been filmed in an actual English language classroom. They make use of real students of English. The first video shows grammar lesson where the stu
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Hastings
Teaching the future tenses of English language can sometimes be challenging as there are seven possible ways to express future time events. Alongside with Future Simple, Future Simple Continuous, Futu
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Hay Springs
Unit is devoted to future tenses amounting to 7, which is rather unusual compared to past/present tenses (only 4). Future tenses have a lot of moments that are quite difficult to remember. It was extr
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Hayes Center
Lesson planning unit was extremely useful even though some information given here was already presented in previous units. It gave a real structure of the lesson, how to plan it correctly and which th
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Hazard
This Unit has clarified some of the current methodologies that are being followed in classroom teaching. Each methodology has its own merits, but the clear stand out is the ESA method, which balances
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Heartwell
This unit continued the grammar lessons of the English language and covered modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. It helped me to understand the intricacies and I found the charts especially helpfu
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Hebron
This unit is talking about different teaching aids that can be found in some schools with its advantages and disadvantages .some names of the equipment , their uses for , where to locate them are also
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Hemingford
In this first unit it described how to be an attentive teacher towards your students in a good structural way. The unit showed different tactical ways to interact with your class. I think understand
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Henderson
This unit helped me understand the different roles for both teachers and students, as well as the interaction between the two. It has been helpful in understanding that there are different styles of t
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Hendley
This unit gave practical advice for choosing coursebooks, their advantages and pitfalls, and how to properly utilize them. It also talked about the ways that teachers can augment, or add, their own in
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Henry
Lesson planning is key to ensuring the teacher has a plan, although the teacher should also be responsive to the needs of the students. Being flexible means anticipating problems, making quick judgmen
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Herman
This unit talks about the present tenses. I learned that linguist can create a very solid argument that only two tenses exist, for example, the present tense and the past tense, but EFL teachers have
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Hershey
Teaching students how to properly use tenses is very important. As all past tenses might seem similar to students teacher must use a variety of appropriate examples in order to help students to distin
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Hickman
In this unit, I learned about the productive skills, which are speaking and writing and how they are used for the same purpose to communicate. I learned writing is the most neglected skill in the TEFL
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Hildreth
As far as there are many things that English teachers need to fit into their class time like vocabulary, grammar, listening, reading and so on, pronunciation often gets neglected. Knowing the basics o
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Holbrook
Classroom management is the process by which teachers organize the class, create and maintain appropriate behavior of students in classroom settings. The proper usage of eye contact, gestures, variati
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Holdrege
As teachers, we will likely encounter a diverse range of students -- in terms of age, language ability, interests, etc. Therefore, it is key that we familiarize ourselves with different student popula
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Holstein
In my opinion Lesson planning is essential for teachers since lesson plans provide an organized basis for teachers to refer to during the lesson so that they may teach in a structured manner. By keepi
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Homer
The unit was so helpful in relation to the classroom; how to set it up, managing students, interacting with students etc. It ranged from seat organization to the teachers body language and how the cla
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Hooper
This lesson showed me the importance of planning a lesson and how to go about doing so. The question, “Should we plan lessons?” is answered with differences of opinions. Some say that it creates a
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Hordville
In this unit we studied sentences in general and parts of the speech they are formed by. Nouns names people, animals, places, things, qualities, states and can be common, proper, compound, abstract, c
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Hoskins
Unit 6 talks about past tenses, past simple, past continous, past perfect continious. I learnt about for of each tense, usage, most common mistakes and some activate teaching ideas. This unit helps to
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Howells
Even though a teacher encounters some new situations every time he/she walks into the classroom, there are some common problem situations that most of the teachers have to deal with sooner or later in
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Hubbard
I have learned that the different structures work well with different leveled students and this is very important to know because it is the basic language structures that need to be taught so the basi
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Hubbell
I believe that the most useful part of this lesson was all of the examples of various activities utilized in the ESA methodology. With those, the examples were provided with the corresponding section
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Humboldt
In this unit, I was able to see the clear difference that a teacher´s attitude can have on student performance. The two videos I watched had the same teacher, in with two drastically different attitu
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Humphrey
In this unit, I learned about the past tenses and their usage as well as the common mistakes made and how to teach them using the ESA method. They relate to past time periods. The past simple has a re
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