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Aberdeen
This last, 10th unit has given me a meaningful insight into evaluation and testing processes. I think learning about the power of testing and conducting it in a right manner is very important for lear
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Absecon
The Unit overviews teaching language functions, introducing grammatical structures and teaching vocabulary. The most interesting and useful for me aspects were those dedicated to language functions as
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Agua Fria
This unit explains the different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress as well as some of the common external exams i may need to prepare my students for. Student's language level can be ac
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Alamo
The 3rd unit explained almost all the expected situations that a teacher can face during the management of classes and how the situation shall be dealt with, keeping the environment positive and the l
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Albuquerque
This unit focuses on evaluation and testing, including placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests, practice tests, and external examinations. Placement tests are given in order to place new stu
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Alexandria
I think this lesson helps teachers feel more confident about changing things up from what is spelled out to teach in the books. Sometimes, you may feel like you really should be sticking to the book a
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Allendale
Teaching new language involves lessons regarding vocabulary and lessons involving grammar. In considering vocabulary words, teachers should choose words that are at the level of their students, and w
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Andover
I FOUND THIS LESSON PARTICULARLY DIFFICULT BECAUSE I WAS ASKED ABOUT THINGS THAT HAPPENED AT THE 24TH OR 35TH MINUTE OF THE FIRST OR THE SECOND FILM AND SIMILAR, AND I COULD NOT GO BACK TO THE FILMS S
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Angel Fire
I think I have a clearer concept about teaching in the classroom. It is a fact that I will be more careful when observing my students' learning and evaluating them. I will project myself to redefine m
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Arenas Valley
The unit clearly explains about the different set of expectations used in organizing classroom management. Knowledge about classroom routines, rules and consequences can help create and organized the
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Arroyo Seco
UNIT 8 defines all the essential factors to be considered by teachers in order for the students to acquire the productive skills in learning a language, such as speaking skills and writing skills. It
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Artesia
This unit has some excellent resources that will be very useful in preparing and utilising the teaching aids that are available. The description of each piece of equipment also helps for effective les
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Asbury
After completing of this unit will help to understand to monitored the class room by the sitting arrangement and student behavior. Besides, the teacher also need to looks into the pros and cons of th
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Atlantic City
In any language there are four(4) basics skills i:e receptive skills- reading and listening, and productive skills- writing and speaking. As much as all are equally important, it is necessary to inclu
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Atoka
Unit 4 is about vocabulary, grammar, and function. The unit explains to the new teachers how vocabulary can be taught to the leaners, putting emphasis now vocabulary is important to language learners
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Audubon
I have learned that both good teachers and good learners contribute to a productive and comfortable learning environment. Good teachers possess a wide variety of skills and the ability to take on mult
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Aztec
This unit covers the techniques and reasons for teaching the equally important receptive and productive skills in an ESA lesson. Receptive skills are reading and listening. Productive skills are spe
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Barnegat
Here are the classification of special groups : the beginners, individual, young learners, business English, and monolingual versus multilingual. The categories of beginners are absolute beginners,
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Barrington
In this unit I have learnt many tricks to use in a future in my class. How to use gesture or voice was something that I didn´t know about, and now I will be able to use them in a correct way. The adv
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Bayard
Grammar is the branch of language while vocabulary and functions add beauty and variety. There are four things that students need to do with new language: Understand the meaning and how it is constr
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Bayonne
I think think this lesson lays out some very important principles and ideas on how to conduct yourself, as a teacher, in a classroom. The lesson also teaches that there is no "right" way to teach stud
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Bedminster
Unit is covered classroom arrangement, establishing rapport with your students and how to use your voice effectively, how to regulate the discipline inside the classroom. Moreover, it stresses the lim
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Belen
Unit 2 talks about theories, methodology, and techniques on how to engage my students on their new language process, how to help them study and activate their fluency in English language, This unit ha
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Belleville
This unit I have learned as the theory, methods and techniques to control the class and to monitor on the student improvement. As we must monitored closely on the student improvement on the language a
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Bellmawr
I appreciated watching another ESL teacher work both successfully and non-successfully in the classroom. Being able to view the instructor’s pitfalls and how they affected student engagement informe
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Belmar
this unit gives details on productive teaching of speaking and writing and lays out some simple guidelines on how to approach each activity as well as outlines some of the differences and similarities
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Bergenfield
Evaluaiting students is one of the most important part in the study process. Evaluation can be used to measure the progress throughout the year(progress test), to place new students depending on their
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Berino
In this unit, I learned about conditional statements, which are statements made with "if." I learned about the zero, first, second, and third conditional, each which has a slightly different structure
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Berkeley
I certainly agree that course books’ frequency of being outdated is an issue. I am concerned that students would not take a book seriously if they noticed cultural markers in the course book’s les
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Berkeley Heights
Classroom Management is the skill of organising and managing the class. Teacher’s must be able adapt to the changing classroom environment and modify their approach to suit the activity or situation
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Berlin
The unit overviews conditionals and reported speech. The topic proves to be one of the most challenging in the aspect of teching , from my point of view. The explanations provided are clear and vivid,
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Bernalillo
This unit is about the productive skills- speaking and writing skills. The reason why people often speak to each other is because the need or desire something. If we take a look at the differences bet
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Bernards
This lesson hits on some important aspects of when to correct mistakes and when not to. As a teacher, you don't want to disrupt the flow of class or make anyone feel discouraged by calling them out at
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Bernardsville
Above all problems arising in the learning process, the teacher should be able to motivate the students. Teaching individual students could be boring and uninteresting but it's for highly motivated st
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Black Rock
This unit is about reading and listening, extremely important steps of the learning/teaching process. Learning a language there are several skills that are equally important and teachers need to use
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Blairstown
By completing this unit, I was given a good overview on how to approach behaviour management in my classroom. I learned how factors such as eye contact, gestures and voice play a big role in how succe
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Bloomfield
I have only ever worked with children and teenagers, so it was important for me to carefully read over the Business English section. I know that it often tends to be a large field within the ESL commu
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Bloomingdale
When reading through this unit, I wondered how many of these exams intersect with people in the United States learning English. While many of these tests seemed universal, it would be interesting to n
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Bogota
I always feel conflicted when I think about tests. Tests can really unsettle students and even make them want to skip class in order not to do poorly. However, tests are useful tools to measure progre
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Boles Acres
This unit section clearly explains how the main seven future tenses work and how they should be used. It gives a clear insight on how different times in future should be expressed or formally predicte
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Bordentown
This unit covered the many factors that a teacher has to keep in mind when trying to effectively manage a class. The unit discussed different methods of establishing an appropriate classroom environme
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Bosque Farms
The content of this unit is about Teaching Special Groups. I learned from this unit the five special groups and that includes Beginners, Individual, Young Learners, Business English and Monolingual vs
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Bound Brook
The content of this unit is all about course books and lesson materials. I learned from this unit the necessary materials needed in teaching. Authentic materials and created materials are both importa
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Branchburg
This was a tough test - the last questions about the Study phase were difficult in terms of the order in which best place each activity. I am trying to get my head around the practical component of th
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Brick
Above all problems arising in the learning process, the teacher should be able to motivate the students. Teaching individual students could be boring and uninteresting but it's for highly motivated st
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Bridgeton
This unit introduced the basics of how to teach a language. It explained both the good and bad aspects of the teaching methods of the past and how the current best practices developed. The Engage-Stud
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Brielle
this unit expresses the need for lesson plans and highlights some of th details that should be included in the lesson plan such as: the number of students in th class, the learning objectives of the p
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Brigantine
This chapter has given me an important overview on what makes a good teacher. The key points I have taken from the chapter is to be kind and patient, monitor each student and give each of them indivi
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Buena Vista
In this unit the focus is on books and materials used for teaching. In my opinion there is a lot of materials out there, with different prices, written by different people and with totally different
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Butler
There were some very useful pointers in this section. Whilst it is useful to prepare for the classroom activities of the day , a fully mapped out itinsry is not always essential , as it leaves no time
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