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Acworth
As an inexperienced teacher I find lesson planning very important as it helps me to focus on how to achieve learning objectives through lesson stages, gives me something to refer to during the lesson
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Albany
In unit 3, I learned about the methods, theories and techniques used. It provided me with lesson structure guidance, explaining the ESA model of lesson. Further providing many examples of games and ac
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Alexandria
This Unit introduced the basics of student evaluation. Learners are regularly assessed during their studies. Most schools are asking new students to go through placement test, in order to put them in
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Allenstown
In this unit I have learnt of the various present tenses and their uses, including describing habits or routines (Present Simple), talking about actions in progress that will continue (present Continu
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Alstead
This unit explained the importance of the different equipment and teaching aids normally used in a classroom. It mentioned things to be aware of when using these different equipment and how to take ad
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Alton
Unit Fifteen, Evaluation and Testing, breaks down the basic examinations and tests that comprise most English language courses, including how and when to conduct these evaluations in order to enhance
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Amherst
I have been using the classical method and the natural method in my class for ages. However, this unit introduces me to the diversity of teaching methods and techniques which draws my attention to the
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Andover
Brief overview of the content of this unit: This unit is talking about the elements of being a good teacher, the 9 roles of a teacher may play. 6 characteristics of a good learner and 6 levels of lan
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Antrim
Unit 7 focuses on teaching new languages through vocabulary, grammar and functions. Introducing vocabulary and grammatical structures are similar in that they break into engage, study, and activate p
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Ashland
Reviewing types of tests through this lesson consisted of a description of the four major kinds of assessments associated with English learners: progress tests, diagnostic tests, placement tests, and
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Atkinson
Examples of authentic materials are magazines, newspapers, songs, poems, and films. Authentic materials are more interesting as they are real, but cannot be geared towards a level of specific group of
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Auburn
This unit was helpful in offering guidance and instruction for coming up with lessons centered on speaking and writing. Reading the material reminded me of the things I struggled with while learning a
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Barnstead
In this unit, I learnt about receptive skills such as reading and listening and how to teach them. The reasons we read or listen can be broken down into two broad categories: for a purpose and for ent
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Barrington
In this unit I learnt effective ways for reducing teacher talk time, including using simple language when giving instructions, pairing students together for activities, and allowing students to correc
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Bartlett
The final unit walked through potential problem areas for teachers. It addressed problems with listening texts, reluctant students, use of native language, large classes, different levels of English,
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Bath
This unit goes over problem situations that teachers could face in classrooms. In a first lesson, teachers should establish rapport between studednts, find out the needs of students and their English
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Bedford
This section highlights the different kinds of basic skills in any language: receptive skills (reading and listening) and productive skills (speaking and writing). They are all equally important and t
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Belmont
Unit 2 is about sentences and the parts they are made of. Nouns are used to name things, people, animals, qualities. They can be: common, proper, compound, abstract, collective, singular or plural, co
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Bennington
This unit provides very useful information and examples on how to teach vocabulary, language functions and grammatical structures. Also showing examples of which ESA lesson planning structure works be
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Benton
These two ESA demonstration lessons gave me a great example of effective and ineffective teaching. As for the first lesson, I've noticed the following mistakes: the teacher skipped the Engage phase, h
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Berlin
This unit provides an overview of conditionals and reported speech. With the five main conditionals being Zero Conditional, First Conditional, Second Conditional, Third Conditional, Fourth Conditional
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Bethlehem
Unit 18, the last unit in the course that covers English grammar, examined modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. The basic rules of modal auxiliary verbs were examined in addition to their uses an
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Boscawen
The content of this lesson included an overview of the ESA class structure by giving two examples, one an ineffective class and one an effective class. This was a great way to highlight first hand wh
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Bow
I learned the basic parts of speech, as well as several things I did not know, such as the rule for the order of adjectives: size, age, color, material. I also had the opportunity to review the extens
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Bradford
Unit 16 focuses on the complexity of conditionals and reported speed. Conditionals include zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. When direc
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Brentwood
I thought that this was the most informative unit yet because I got to see the practical (and impractical) applications of the theories I've been studying. In the first video, I saw how the teacher's
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Bridgewater
Unit 11 focuses on receptive skills (reading and listening) including the reasons for reading/listening, how we read and listen, problems with listening and reading, as well as outline of a receptive
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Bristol
This unit goes over different types of present tenses. Present simple tense is used in habitual or routin actions, directions, and historical sequence. Present continous tense is used to talk about th
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Brookfield
This unit covers receptive skills, which consist of reading and listening. Different types of specialist skills needed for reading and listening include predictive skills, scanning, skimming, reading
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Brookline
Unit 1 provided information on what makes for a good teacher and a good learner. For the best learning to occur, it helps when both the teacher and the learner come prepared, motivated, and willing t
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Campton
Unit two for me was a refresher on English grammar, it reminded me that every part of a sentence or clause is defined and has rules for use. It also reminded me of all the exceptions of these rules th
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Canaan
The unit was insightful to what is required to teach the receptive skills of reading and listening. My classes vary in size, sometimes the more students the class has the more difficult it is to find
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Candia
Unit 13 focuses on teaching pronunciation and phonology. Key elements of phonology include intonation, stress, articulation, and pronunciation. Interestingly, place of articulation varies depending on
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Canterbury
Reflecting on this unit, if I were to be asked the question “What is a good teacher or a good learner?” I would have answered with similar answers that were provided. I never thought to think righ
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Carroll
The differences between how the two lessons were taught was clear, from the engage stage, the attitude the teacher had during each lesson and how students participated and reacted towards both classes
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Center Harbor
Unit 2 gave an overview of the parts of speech and how they are used. I have been teaching grammar for seven years, so little of this was new to me, but it was useful to have a review, particularly of
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Charlestown
Unit 6 examines the different forms of past tense including past simple (i.e. I hoped), past continuous (i.e. They were jumping), past perfect (i.e. He had played), and past perfect continuous (i.e. s
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Chatham
The lesson taught the different parts of speech and their respective roles in English grammar. This is important because grammar and parts of speech will inevitably come up while teaching students the
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Chester
This unit was very interesting because it broke down the conditional tense in a way that I have not seen before, categorizing it into zero conditional (if/when + present tense), first conditional (if
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Chesterfield
This unit covers evaluation and tests. Tutorials, evaluation by students, and tests are ways to assess a student's language level. Teachers evaluate their students to check the learning progress of th
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Chichester
In this Unit, I have learned more about teaching specific groups. Teaching beginners might be intimidating to the new teachers, however it shouldn’t be. Teachers should be sensitive to the students
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Claremont
When teaching beginners, it is important to give clear and simple instructions, ask lots of questions, and encourage students to speak English in class as much as possible. Some of the activities used
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Clarksville
This unit was very helpful in learning how to manage the classroom and establish a learning environment conducive to students. I found suggestions on seating arrangement and behavior management to be
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Colebrook
In this unit I have learned what the receptive skills are and how to develop them during your lessons. As oppose to the productive skills, which are speaking and writing, receptive skills include list
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Columbia
The main lesson I learned from this unit was the importance in focusing on students while teaching rather than worrying about the teaching methods themselves. The method and role an instructor adopts
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Concord
In this unit focused on the past tenses (past simple, past continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous). It reviewed the grammar, usage and common mistakes of these tenses. For me, it was useful
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Conway
Unit Eleven, Teaching Receptive Skills, focuses on the importance and teaching of receptive skills, namely reading and listening. Once again, the ESA (patchwork) method is employed as an example frame
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Cornish
Lesson planning is important to teachers because it allows them to look back on the lesson plan during the lesso and follow through them. Creating a lesson plan prevents the teacher from wasting time
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Croydon
This section focuses on teaching productive skills writing and speaking. It emphasizes the importance of writing including clear spelling, handwriting, and punctuation. It then goes into a detailed E
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Dalton
In this unit I have refreshed my knowledge about the future tenses. I focused particularly on the form and usage of the future tenses. One of the things I have learned is the difference in the usage o
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