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Hill
In this lesson, I learned how to teach different groups, including beginners, individuals, children, adults, and multilingual classes. Each category contained ideas for activities, do's and don't's, a
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Hillsborough
Unit 12 covered the productive language skills, writing and speaking. A teacher must focus on the accuracy and the fluency of the students in both of these phases. For example, a teacher may drill the
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Hinsdale
The different methods and ideas discussed in this unit give teachers a sense of how to effectively manage their classrooms. There are many factors that a teacher needs to take in consideration and be
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Holderness
Unit 2 provided information on basic parts of speech. It detailed information on how to define each of these parts of speech, examples, non-examples, and variances found within the English language.
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Hollis
Teachers should be patient, caring and engaging because you need to create a safe environment for kids to feel comfortable enough to ask questions and then keep them interested in your lesson. I learn
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Hooksett
This unit focused on the productive skills: speaking and writing. These two skills are usually the main reason students attend my class. Many of them need help writing speeches for English competition
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Hopkinton
Learning the rules under which the tenses are used and looking at the sentence construction rather than the sentence subject has enabled me to be more confident in identifying which tenses are require
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Hudson
Teaching the past simple is rather straightforward after you've taught the present simple as they have some similarities in continuous, perfect and perfect continuous forms. As before, teachers have t
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Jackson
In this unit I have revised grammar of English language, in particular the parts of speech. For me, the most useful part was to remember the order of the adjectives. As a non-native speaker, I sometim
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Jaffrey
Unit 8 talked about how to properly structure a lesson for a new language learners. The three primary topics to teach are vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. Basing lessons off
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Jefferson
This unit provides an understanding of the qualities a good teacher and a good student should have, for example, a teacher should have love for teaching and knowledge for the subject and a student mus
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Keene
I learned that it is very important for the teacher to be enthusiastic and positively minded when teaching, as that both motivated students and makes them feel comfortable enough to take risks with th
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Kensington
A good teacher will lead to good students. And there are many factors which can contribute to teaching well, it involves a balance of skills and not just a single method of teaching, flexibility and a
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Kingston
This lesson covers the seven most common future tenses. Including (future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going+infinitive, present simple, and present continu
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Laconia
This unit goes over different types of future tenses. Usages of future tense are promises, predictions based on no evidence, assumptions, spontaneous decisions, and threats. Future perfect is used to
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Lancaster
A most interesting unit with lots of practical advice ranging from tips and hints for seating to good use of voice and gesture. I personally would add disability as a factor to seating arrangements as
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Landaff
This unit covered how what types of materials teachers can use in their classroom to engage their students. If they choose to use authentic materials such as a radio program, a poem, a song etc, stude
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Langdon
Unit 1 was intended to help teachers become familiar with new terminology, teaching styles, and different types of students you will encounter. I learned terms that were meant to explain how a good t
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Lebanon
In this unit, I have learnt about managing classrooms. I've learnt about the various activities such as pair-work, whole-class group work, individual based work,etc. Depending on class size the classr
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Lee
In this Unit we have learned about different equipment, that could be used in the classroom. The most basic and as well necessary is the board. When using the board, it is important to plan ahead, whi
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Lempster
Unit 2 introduces basic grammar rules in English including verbs, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, nouns, pronouns, articles, gerunds, and the more granular rules within each category (i.e. transiti
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Lincoln
Unit three focused on the different methodologies that have been employed for language teaching over the years and why those have been generally ineffective when used alone. It then went on to explain
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Lisbon
Unit 4 examines all the forms, usages, errors, and teaching ideas associated with the present tense in English. The different forms include present simple (i.e. We work, I do not work), present contin
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Litchfield
Overall I have learned about teaching and learning in this unit, specifically what makes good teachers and good learners and conversely what might be the signs of a poor teacher or a demotivated learn
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Littleton
In this lesson, I learned that being a good teacher is not purely on your knowledge, but also on your attitude and willingness to adjust to your students. Understanding that students have different le
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Londonderry
Unit 20 focuses on troubleshooting common problem situations including first lessons (i.e. building rapport), warmers, various learning levels, large classes, use of native language, reluctant student
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Loudon
Grammar has always been a challenge for me. I struggle a little when it comes to finding ways to explain it in a simple manner that all students are able to understand. This unit helped me have a clea
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Lyman
This lesson explains the importance of planning a lesson and it shows step by step how an ESA lesson plan should be written and followed. I've been writing lesson plans for many years, eventually I ha
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Lyme
There are many different types of learners from basic to advanced. It's important as a good teacher to communicate effectively with these learners at their different levels. Dividing teaching methods
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Lyndeborough
This unit introduces methodologies in teaching, which was very helpful as I do not have previous teaching experience. Some of the examples in ESL teaching methodologies are grammar-translation, audio-
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Madbury
In this unit, I have learned about the characteristics and relationships between the teacher and students. In order to become a good teacher, I will need to possess certain traits such as patience an
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Madison
Unit 19 focuses on teaching "special groups." While the curriculum of this program is centered on adult learners, this lesson explores various ways that teachers can cater their curriculum to specific
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Manchester
This unit was about conditionals and reported speech. Both can be difficult for students to learn. It covers form and usage for the five main conditionals, providing teaching ideas. Reported speech an
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Marlborough
This unit lesson provides an overview of how to evaluate students level and progress. It also provides a general overview of some of the common external exams that are available. For the types of te
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Marlow
This unit covers the following topics: What makes a good teacher?; The role of the teacher; Which role and when?; What makes a good learner; Age; Learning Experience; Culture and first language; Langu
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Mason
This lesson was the most interesting and challenging yet, as it taught me about pronunciation and phonology, which I had not yet contemplated thoroughly in regard to teaching. While it is a concept th
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Meredith
This lesson covers vocabulary, grammar, and functions. It was particularly interesting in that it applies the ESA approach connecting prior content. Furthermore, it shows us how to be flexible and a
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Merrimack
In this unit, I learned several different techniques and components of classroom management, including eye contact, gestures, and classroom arrangement. I also learned how to establish rapport with st
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Middleton
This unit goes over different types of past tenses. Past simple tense is used for actions completed at a definite time in the past. Past continious is used forp interrupted past actions as well as act
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Milan
This unit gave explanation on the different kind of evaluations and tests a student is usually given. I am familiar with many of the test mentioned in this unit, the evaluating test given in class: pl
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Milford
This unit goes over how to introduce new vocabularies and grammar structure to students using the Engage-Study-Activate structure. When selecting a new vocabulary to teach, it is important to consider
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Milton
Classroom management is the skill of organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. The proper usage of eye contact, gestures, variations of voice as
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Monroe
In this unit we observed two lessons by the same teacher. The first lesson is hard to watch. Teacher does not do a warm up activity, but starts with a gramma immediately. It is clear that students do
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Mont Vernon
I am relieved and delighted to see that classroom structure for teaching EFL is similar to the way I organize my English classroom now. In my own experience learning a foreign language, instruction wa
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Moultonborough
This unit focuses on future tenses, their forms, usages, typical mistakes and teaching ideas. I did not know the future applications of the present simple and present continuous tenses. The usage part
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Nashua
Unit 18 focuses on modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modals are characterized by different ideas such as obligation, possibility, permission, ability, and advice. For example, the word 'may' is
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Nelson
This unit presented several practical and useful examples of what approaches to take to teaching languages at different levels. Obviously, you would need to follow the course or syllabus but this sect
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New Boston
Unit 7 focuses on lesson planning strategies for TEFL educators. The unit begins by discussing the importance of learning new vocabulary. It then expands on the importance of also mastering grammar. T
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New Castle
Unit 9 focuses on creating lesson plans and curriculum development. The unit discusses the importance of lesson plans, especially for new teachers, and the function that it plays in a classroom settin
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New Durham
Unit 15 examines evaluation and testing. The lesson discusses the importance of testing students learning English as a foreign language so teachers understand their language level and fluency. This un
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