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New Hampton
Unit 1 gave an overview of the roles of teachers and students. As a teacher, I have often thought about my own role in the classroom and how it has changed as I become more experienced, but I was inte
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New Ipswich
Unit 11 focuses on teaching receptive skills. Receptive skills are the listening and reading aspect of learning a new language. Furthermore, specialist skills (ie: scanning, skimming, etc.) are employ
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New London
I learned a lot from this lesson. A lot of the time when we say the word 'Teacher' we would only think a person with a great amount of knowledge on a particular subject would be able to teach or will
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Newbury
Unit 7 explains the different reasons on how to select and choose the vocabulary for the right audience and such as similarities to the students language, or the English already known. It was a very t
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Newfields
Classroom management is an important skill in teaching students effectively. There are many different ways a classroom can be organized, from whole-class grouping, pairing of students, circular arrang
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Newington
This unit taught me the importance of pronunciation, rhythm and stress. As well as the different techniques to teach pronunciation, rhythm and stress. I found it interesting as it is something that I
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Newmarket
I spent most of my Jr. High English classes doing intensive grammar. This was invaluable when I transitioned to high school and began studying Spanish and I realized then how much understanding gramma
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Newport
This unit was very useful because it provided a foundational understanding of how to broach teaching and managing a class room. I had never heard of the ESA model, but after learning it, I could see h
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Newton
The final unit of the course presents possible solutions to common problems teachers face in the classroom. The lesson suggests tips for dealing with large classes. In addition to class sizes, the uni
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North Hampton
In this content i have learnt that conditionals are sentences that contains if, which refers to the past, present and future possibilities .I also learn they are five types of conditionals which inclu
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Northfield
A more challenging unit of study with more constructions to get to grips with. I have learned the 7 different ways of forming future tenses with their meaning and usage. I was particularly interested
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Northumberland
This Unit covered three grammar topics: modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. First we covered modals or helper verbs such as can, could, shall, will , need to, and ought. These verbs convey d
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Northwood
When discussing attributes of different learners, one thing the text said was that adult learners tend to have solidified "learning experiences" that are ingrained and difficult to change--set ideas o
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Nottingham
In this unit I have learned about teaching the productive skills (writing and speaking). Both of them fulfil the purpose of communication. Writing is often very neglected in the TEFL rooms, however i
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Orange
This unit covered the seven formations of the future tense, the future simple, the future perfect, the future continuous, the future perfect continuous, the going to future, present simple, and presen
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Orford
Unit 3 examines EFL methodologies, theories, and techniques while also covering how to approach mistakes and feedback. I found the silent way of teaching quite interesting as it fosters greater opport
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Ossipee
This lesson was very useful in teaching us how to teach pronunciation and phonology. The video was exceptionally good in that he shows very clearly and effectively how to pace the introduction, from
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Pelham
In this unit I learnt about the various types of words, their relationship with other words, and how they are arranged in order to form proper sentence. I learnt the differences between definite and i
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Pembroke
In this section, I learned that many different methods of teaching a second language exist and largely the correct method to implement depends on the students you are working with. The most popular me
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Peterborough
Unit 14 focuses on course books and lesson materials (i.e. authentic materials such as newspapers and films as well as created materials such as crosswords and role-play cards). Course books have thei
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Piermont
This unit included an overview of the basic rules and types of modals, which are may, might, need to, must, have to, have got to, should/ought to, should, can, could, be able to, and would. The basic
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Pittsburg
I did know there were past present and future tenses (time) however the expansion to 12 was something I as unaware of. This section, Present Tenses was actually quite difficult, even for a native spea
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Pittsfield
This unit goes over different types of conditionals. Zero conditional refers to actions that are indisputable. First conditional talks about a real situation in the future that is possible once condit
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Plainfield
In this unit, the different types of roles a teacher may were introduced: manager, where the teacher takes the active/lead role in class, using work where the students concentrate on the teacher; orga
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Plaistow
This unit provides an overview of the different teaching tools and equipment available for teachers. It provides advantages and disadvantages to the specific audio based learning tools. While in moder
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Plymouth
Unit 17 focuses on equipment and teaching aids in the classroom. Major teaching tools include white/blackborads, IWB, OHP, visual aids, worksheets, cassettes/CDs, videos/DVDs, course books, and comput
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Portsmouth
Unit 10 compares two videos with different teaching techniques. Video one provides a poor teacher presentation which results in poor student engagement. Video two provides an exemplary lesson that eng
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Randolph
In this lesson, I learned the differences between teaching a new group and an existing group, and how to establish rapport with and within a new group through activities. This unit also included sever
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Raymond
Watching the videos of the two classes juxtaposed a lesson taught effectively with a lesson that was taught poorly. The teachers attitude, teaching style, and organization were dramatically better in
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Richmond
In this unit I have looked into methods of teaching. Some of them, like grammar translation, seems to be very old fashioned and from my own experience I can say that they do not work very well. Howeve
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Rindge
Unit Eight explains the rudimentary functions and applications of the future tenses: future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, and the marginal, going to future. In
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Rochester
This unit talks about teaching aids and equipment that are normally found in an ESL class or a teacher can uses to assist on teaching. Each of these aids have pros and cons; and it is a teacher's resp
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Rollinsford
Teaching future tenses is very challenging because not only the concept of future tense might not exist in student’s L1, but also there are a lot of structures with future applications such as prese
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Roxbury
Unit 17 covers different equipment and teaching aids that can be used inside the classroom. The lesson begins by outlining the basic principles for board work. It then builds off this concept by discu
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Rumney
Teachers of english have many methodologies available to teach and engage their students. Various methods have been in use for many years and many aspects have remained in use today. Although there ar
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Rye
This section provides an overview of the Past Tenses looking at each: Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, and Past Perfect Continuous. It provides very clear and concise explanations and exam
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Salem
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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Salisbury
In this unit I have learned various types of teaching a good ESL teacher should use during the lessons. In addition, good teacher should take into consideration students age, cultural background as we
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Sanbornton
In English, there are three main tenses which are past, present, and future. Within each tense, there are four aspects, which include simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. In total, ther
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Sandown
As a college graduate, I have spent the majority of my life on the learner side of the classroom. This unit focusing on the relationship between the learner and the teacher was enlightening. It is imp
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Sandwich
In this unit I have learned about teaching the pronunciation and phonology. These topics refer to the pronunciation of individual sounds and words as well as using stress and intonation to deliver the
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Seabrook
The relationships between students and teachers is crucial for learning. Having said that, going in depth about the various different roles of a teacher taught me that certain situations call for diff
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Sharon
This unit serves as a final unit in English grammar. Modals are used to express obligation, possibility, permission, ability, and advice. They are also used to express different degrees of formality.
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Shelburne
This lesson provides an overview of the Present Tenses. More specifically, it first identifies that there are 3 times (past, present, and future). Then it explains that these are separated into simple
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Somersworth
Unit 16 covers conditional tenses and reported speech. This lesson introduces the form and usage for zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional t
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South Hampton
In this unit i have learnt ways of evaluating learners. They are many ways of testing learners language level.The teacher can test learners by use of tutorials, test and evaluation by the students.Tu
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Springfield
In this unit, we looked into the course books and class materials. Course books are the most common material used by teachers. Their biggest advantage is the already prepared and tested syllabus. In a
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Stark
Unit 1 helped me to see clearly the role of a teacher. What are the desired qualities and that a teacher should be thoroughly prepared to be able to help the students. I really enjoyed how it summariz
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Stewartstown
In this unit focused on how to teach new vocabulary and gramma. New vocabulary should be carefully chosen by the teacher, as it should be appropriate for the students’ language level as well as rele
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Stoddard
This unit is about the difference between the role of the teacher and the one of the student, underlining the things both need to have in order to be effective in their roles. A good teacher cares abo
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