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As for methodology, the two most commonly followed methods taught by TEFL Certification schools are “Presentation, Practice, Production” (PPP) and/or “Engage, Study, Activate” (ESA). The ESA m
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This unit has a quick overview on different types of evaluation and testing and their aims in a language learning context.The unit briefly goes over such tests as 'placement test', 'progress test', di
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Much of what I know about the English language I have learnt from reading and writing practice, and through answering the questions This unit took me through the Past tenses, covering four main forms
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In this unit I've learned all about the necessity to evaluate learners. A placement test helps the teachers to place students according to their language ability and thereafter they are continuously e
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In this lesson I learned about the pros, cons and uses for course books and lesson materials. Some pros for course materials is that it can provide a structure for teaching, it has a mixture of vocabu
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In this unit I learned the five types of conditionals including zero, first, second, third, and mixed, which I had not learned before. It is easy to see where a lot of confusion can come in with new E
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In this unit I learned how to approach learners with different backgrounds and different goals. I think that teaching children would be a lot of fun since I already have experience teaching young chil
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This is a great review of the present tenses. The unit shows form, usages, typical student errors and examples of how to bring them to the attention of the student and activate stage teaching ideas. I
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Connelly Springs
Overall, this unit taught me more important grammar that I will be teaching my future classes. I also believe this unit helped me understand the English language better, especially the modals and how
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This unit provides a list of common issues encountered by the English language teacher, from beginning to formulate a course plan (taking into account different learner needs and levels, etc.) to hand
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This lesson was more difficult for me to learn as the ideas challenged all that I was taught in the English Language. I found that I had to self correct my thoughts from learning just words and repeat
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To learn a new language you need to speak it and to speak, you need words. Therefore it is necessary to know appropriate, meaningful and clear vocabulary. I've learned in this unit that the teacher ha
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It was very difficult unit test for me. Firstly, I have a big problems with watching videos. I contacted a tutor about problem, but I can't wait so long and I did my best to give correct test answers.
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Cove City
Student's pronunciation and spelling will need to be guided throughout the entire course. Unit 12 covers what instructors should take into account for what students should focus on the most as they le
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As all of the previous units based on tenses, I have learnt that there are various ways to say things that are based on the future and there are specific rules that pertain to each way. I learnt that
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There are many different future tenses which, prior to this lesson, I found confusing. In this unit we looked at the seven most common future tenses. While the grammar behind each tense is fairly easy
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Lesson planning is very helpful because a teacher can feel more confident during his lesson. It helps him to structure his lesson and in case if he doesn't know what to do, or faces some language prob
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From this unit I learned how to use different resources to aid in teaching English students. Although some of the suggestions seemed a bit outdated, I then thought of the possibility of teaching in a
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Unit 20 is about common problem situations. There are two types of groups-the new group and the existing group. In the first lesson of a course the experienced teacher will not resort to the textbook
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In this unit I learned about different equipment that I can use in the class. There are a variety of teaching aids such as course books, photocopiers, DVD’s, blackboards and overhead projectors. Eac
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Honestly, this unit was the easiest one for me so far through this course. Luckily, I have been teaching tenses very frequently all along my teaching career and have loads of experience with it in var
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This unit talks about accompanying materials for lessons that teachers can look into, and provides several examples of created and authentic material, discussing the uses of each and their respective
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By studying and understanding all the components that make up a classroom, teachers are able to evaluate their own teaching philosophies, methods and strategies for working with students. there is a w
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Dobbins Heights
Unit 6 covers the basic function of past tenses, its purpose will allow instructors to educate students how to express actions that have occurred previously (and may still be ongoing). The same also h
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The subtleties of stress, intonation and pronunciation are what differentiate a natural sounding English speaker from a less proficient one. These differences are quite subtle and usually picked up by
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Somehow I feel this unit was meant for me. Most of the things in there were explained better. This material will always be referred to until I familiarize myself with it. I think my primary students w
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Prior to this lesson, I did not have any knowledge of how to plan for a lesson, or how a lesson plan should look. Thankfully, this unit provided some good examples of lesson plans as well as examples
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My goodness. Tenses are so complex! I am amazed that anyone can learn the proper uses for all the different tenses and put them into practice properly. Either as one's first language or even more, as
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Phonetic scripts are new for me. I didn't have that much difficulty in them. I just finished reading a Chinese book. Students with speech impediments have a difficult time doing this. I think advanced
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In this unit I learned about evaluation and testing. It was interesting to learn the different types of evaluations that exist and how they are all meant to help an instructor gage students level, pr
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Communication is one of the most important purposes of learning language, as a result, Speaking and Writing are the two productive skills that teachers should help students to develop. It is essential
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The content in this unit provided excellent information on how to manage a language class. The unit went over important information that will be useful to me when conducting my own classes. I learned
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In this unit, what I found particularly new and interesting to me were the phrasal verbs and the differing clauses you can have in a sentence. I mean, obviously as a native english speaker, I've used
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East Arcadia
Unit 12 is about teaching productive skills. Speaking and writing. Even though writing is usually relegated, both of these skills are equally important and should be integrated into a class. Speaking
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East Bend
This unit described how to properly use past tense. In learning how to properly use past tense in the english language, educators can better explain and properly teach the students. One can also corre
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East Laurinburg
The two receptive skills are reading and listening. The reasons for reading and listening are for a purpose (which help to achieve some particular aim or goal) or for entertainment. According to this
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East Spencer
Unit 9 underlines the basics of lesson planning in the classroom, which establishes a foundation for what will be taught in lectures/exercises. Lesson planning also tracks what has/has not been covere
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The second lesson is much more effective than the 1st one. The teacher introduced himself, leant the names of the students to have better rapport; used 3 phases: ESA. He engaged every student in the c
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When students start learning a new language, the first thing they are motivated to learn is basic vocabulary. This is when a teacher has to decide which vocabulary exactly he needs to suggest. A teac
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In this unit we looked at the importance of productive skills: speaking and writing. They both are used to communicate. It is true to say that writing is a most neglected skill (in the TEFL world) and
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Elizabeth City
This unit focuses on the four major present tenses, present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. All four have different usages and forms, but all four also hav
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Unit seven covers the actual teaching of the English language itself. In other words, it talks about teaching vocabulary, grammar structures, and language functions. In each of these sections you are
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Elk Park
I learned that students should not be corrected during the greetings/engage stage. I think that I can get away with positive corrections. If the class says something slightly wrong, then I can say "go
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This unit enumerates a great number of the most commonly encountered equipment in the setting of an English language classroom. It details situations for their usage, providing important things to kee
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This unit briefly introduced the two different types of language skills, receptive and productive. This unit only covered the two productive skills, reading and listening. While reading and listening
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I have home-schooled my children for 11 years, so fortunately I knew the grammar very well. However, it was a good refresher for me and I saw it differently this time, as I know I will be teaching thi
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Elm City
From this unit, we have learned different types of methodologies, like Grammar -translation, Audio-lingualism, Presentation, Practice and Production and so on, at the same time, introduced their descr
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Conditional are useful in expressing thoughts that requires a condition to be satisfied and has a consequences or result. This lesson I have to admit that this was the part of speech that I think was
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Emerald Isle
The eighth unit was about the seven most common future tenses and their correct usages and forms. The seven tenses are the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous,
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This final unit deals with some of the various problems an ESL teacher may face in the classroom.The first issue mentioned was the first class Whether you are working with a new group or an existing g
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