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Lapeer
This unit provided a brief summary and analysis of the parts of speech. It included useful examples in each section and explained articles, adjectives, nouns, verbs, prepositions, adverbs and conjunct
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Laurens
This unit was a review of basic grammar. It reviewed all most of the basic units that make up a sentence ranging from nouns to gerunds to comparisons. Furthermore, it went into when to use these basic
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Lawrence
This unit introduced the idea of verb tenses as a whole and, more specifically, the present tense. English as a Foreign Language teachers generally divide verb tenses into three time periods (past, pr
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Le Ray
This ninth unit discusses the advantages and disadvantages of Course Books and lesson materials. It thoroughly explains the selection of the course book and how best to create balanced and appropriate
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Le Roy
In this unit I have learnt about the importance of receptive skills such as reading and listening. It is important to note that both of them are equally important. When creating a lesson it is importa
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Lebanon
Classroom Management - organising and managing the class. The unit focuses on how teachers can use their eyes, gestures and voice in order to convey messages, on how students should be grouped, on cla
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Ledyard
In this unit, I learned specific information about what makes a good teacher and a good learner. As a teacher, I learned terminology to describe the different roles that I will have in a classroom. I
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Lee
Helo, I would like to share about planning lesson I have learned in this unit with you. It was very excited and helpful for the future. It's true that too much planning can make lesson rather rigid
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Leicester
Much like unit 4, this unit focuses on verb tenses, however, instead of the 4 present tenses, we learn about the 4 past tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous.
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Lenox
There are in common twelve tenses in English language that are much complicated compared to other languages. Talking more specifically, there are three times in English, that are past, present and fut
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Leon
This has been one of the most important units so far in the course. When people start teaching, should be prepared and know how they will do it; otherwise, their bare knowledge of the subject will not
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Lewis
While I consider myself to have a firm grasp of English grammar, I think this unit was a very beneficial refresher of the basics. Often, the aspects of a language considered "easy" or rudimentary by n
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Lewisboro
In this lesson, I learned about the present tenses, which are a critical component of the English language that many English language learners struggle with due to the nuance of the topic. The present
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Lewiston
I like it.You learn fast and it is not boring. Whenever i have time i can get to this course and continue learning from where I left. It can be very helpful to set the stones in your mind if you are n
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Lexington
This unit focuses on grammar, specifically modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Each section provides us with the basic rules and examples of these concepts. I fo
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Leyden
In this section I found the phrasal verbs to be the most difficult to understand. If more examples were provided I think it may have been easier to understand. Modal auxiliary verbs were the easiest t
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Liberty
In the comparisons (superlatives) section of this handout, I liked that they gave ideas on how to introduce the sentence structure to the class. It would be helpful if the other grammar points also in
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Lima
This unit is also very critical and there are lots of valuable information in this part. When you understand how to get students attention you have great advantage on teaching that person. Anytime a s
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Lincklaen
There are various types of classes. It is my honor to teach some types and I couldn’t agree with the concepts and advice any more. My first job started from teaching young learners. I did feel happy
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Lincoln
Unit 8 tells me more about future tenses. It makes clear some detailed differences between present simple and future simple. Eg. The train leaves platform five in ten minutes. I would take it as futur
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Lindley
Zero conditional If/when + present tense, present tense :When you boil water, you get steam. Water turns to ice if you freeze it. First conditional If + present simple ,will(may,might,can,should,mus
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Lisbon
In this unit I learned a lot about the two productive skills speaking and writing. It was interesting to remember that some languages use very different alphabets and characters so writing can be even
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Lisle
This unit teaches about ESA. That is Engage, Study and Activate. The Engage stage is more like a warm-up phase aimed at getting the students to think and speak in English as much as possible. The Stud
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Litchfield
Learning the sequence of ESA teaching techique and acturally being able to practice is a key element of teaching as much as i learnt from this course. I think to right order for running a class also c
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Little Falls
This unit helped me understand the importance of seating arrangement, how to build a good rapport with the students and overall classroom arrangement. In addition, this unit explains problem behavior
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Little Valley
Unit 4 goes over the different tenses in the English language. Before this lesson, I was only familiar with the past, present, and future tense. After reviewing this lesson, I realize that there are m
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Livingston
This unit was about teaching aspects. There are 3 main parts: vocabulary, grammar and language functions. Teaching vocabulary is clear and logical: teacher has to select vocabulary according to teacha
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Livonia
The methodologies and ideas for the engage, study, and activate stages are things I want to remember long term and implement into classes I have in the future. This unit gave a base structure to class
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Lloyd
Lesson planning is a serious issue, and lots of opinion were around it, whether a teacher should make a lesson plan or not. Furthermore, because of lesson plan a teacher may lose flexibility that the
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Locke
This unit covers different teaching techniques when addressing grammar, vocabulary, and language functions. It is important to understand and study these different techniques because it will be useful
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Lockport
This unit described productive language skills, these skills are speaking and writing. Students often are focused on speaking, but writing can be an invaluable skill. There are different ways to ass
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Lodi
Following the units on the present tenses and the past tenses, this unit focuses on the role and function of future tenses in English. According to this unit, the future tense is one of the most compl
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Long Beach
This unit has been about the managing of a productive classroom, how teachers should conduct themselves, and how to correctly interact with your students. It summarizes how to make students feel safe
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Long Lake
A teacher must maintain order within his or her classroom, but that need for order must be balanced by the need for a relaxed atmosphere to truly learn. A domineering teacher can be as damaging to stu
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Lorraine
This unit was helpful. Again, one must know his or her audience. I like how the unit was broken down by group because I see myself referencing this section when I have a reluctant student, a large cla
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Louisville
I have always handled smaller classes in my previous teaching exposures. I somehow think that handling large number of students might be one of my weaknesses, but as I was reading this unit, I was abl
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Lowville
Real life examples of how to engage the class, a good trick to learn the students' names by having them use name cards. In both videos the teacher maintiained good eye contact, use of visual aids and
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Lumberland
Unit 9 - Lesson Planning. The unit presents the important functions of lesson writing: 1) an aid to planning; 2) a working document; 3) a record of what the class has done and which materials have bee
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Lyme
In this unit I learned about the different methods and techniques for teaching English, The ESA method of teaching, and when and how to correct students. I found this lesson to be highly informational
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Lyndon
This unit really give us the praticall setting up of a normal classroom.How the teacher is supposed to conduct a lesson,how he is expected to deal with the students.These two videos shows noow the tea
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Lyons
This unit has taught me what the basic commitments and requirements that exist for an english teacher are. The teacher must have a wide array of talents and be sensitive to the many elements of a clas
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Lyonsdale
Evaluating students by studying this unit, I got the understanding of when and how to evaluate my students for them to be in a comfortable zone, so they can absorb the materials presented to them. I l
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Lysander
A few major grammatical points are discussed in this chapter including the very common use of modal verbs. Modal verbs express obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice. They can be used
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Macedon
I like this unit a lot because it offers me so many good CALL resources, which would help my teaching. The technology develops day by day and many things are out of our imagination. While no matter ho
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Machias
As a result of studying this unit, I am now able to understand what technology can be used in the classroom in order to maximize the learning and teaching outcomes. In terms of teaching, I can use cer
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Macomb
Teachers must be Able to understand and communicate easily and loudly to the audience so that they can grab what he or she is teaching on a wide range of issues using limited vocabulary store but stil
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Madison
Books and materials can be helpful resources available to teachers for guiding students' learning. But choosing what to use in preparation of the class, and during the class itself, can be quite a co
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Madrid
Being honest that was quite hard for me to pass this test, because watching whole lessons made me bored. I made my personal conclusions, but they are not close to the standarts of the questions in thi
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Maine
In this Unit we learned about the past tense, the various forms, usages and activities that can be useful in the classroom. The lesson began with a helpful overview of the grammar commonalities that d
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Malone
Unit 14 reviews the types of materials available to English teachers and how we might consider using pre-established coursebooks. Authentic materials are audio or visual productions taken from the rea
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