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Erwin
Unit 19 covered the basics on teaching special groups. A teacher may encounter various classroom scenarios, such as a multilingual or a business English classes. She may teach young children or adults
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Eureka
In this chapter I learned about modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs. Modals are used to denote the mood of the main verb. Some major uses are to indicate ability, advice, and obligation. For examp
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Everetts
The present tense is sometimes confusing to students from Asian countries, when they do not have that many forms to express the meaning of present. Therefore, present tense should be taught from simpl
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Fair Bluff
This was the most helpful unit as it elucidated how I should best teach children and beginners. I learned to act out the meanings of words, speak slowly and directly, to not put an individual child on
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Fairmont
The present tense in all its forms is the most common use of verbs. It is therefore necessary to know what they are, how to use them properly, and how to teach them to your students. Even though we us
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Fairview
This unit shows two completely different lessons that are compared and contrasted to each other. In the ESA-1 video the teacher comes into the classroom and immediately starts teaching the lesson. He
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Faison
I had no idea there were so many different styles and methods of teaching a language before doing this lesson. It was really helpful to have those different methods listed out, and to have the most h
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Faith
This unit discussed the four past tenses that are relevant in the English language, with their usages, structures, and irregular forms. To someone who already likes grammar a good deal, there was not
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Falcon
This unit focuses on the functions and structures from the past units and how to use them in an actual course teaching lesson. The ESA methodology is reinforced again and shown how to put in practica
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Falkland
This is an aspect of teaching that comes rather naturally to me. Making a classroom a safe, comfortable, inspiring place, where each person is respected and valued, and where learning can happen. I
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Fallston
I have always know that managing the class is more about discipline the students. But after this unit, I realize that managing has all levels of meanings, not only discipline but the seating arrangeme
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Farmville
This unit covered the use of the 'present' tense. It showed me that the tenses that are used in English are complicated to learn and that I will need a clear understanding of it if I am to be able to
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Fayetteville
This unit provides an overview of different specialty groups that a teacher must often teach to, ranging from young learners to business-people. Each group has its own needs and goals; what the teache
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Flat Rock
In this unit I have learned about class management. How the teacher should use the body language, tone of voice and eye contact to improve communication with the students and how to organise the class
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Fletcher
Whether a creative teacher produces a material and uses it in the lesson or used everything that is on the book, It all boils down to how a teacher must be responsible in using their materials as the
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Forest City
The seventh unit was about teaching new language and language structures, and how to appropriately administer them in the classroom. When teaching students new vocabulary, there are certain factors th
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Forest Hills
This unit covers the importance of planning a lesson especially for newer teachers, however also shows that over planning can make lessons rigid. Being rigid may hinder some students that learn differ
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Fountain
I use the internet. I don't think we cut from magazines these days. I have folders on different materials. It has been a great topic and I will definitely be using the links to the websites provided.
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Four Oaks
I learned that the attitude one comes with to a lesson heavily affects student's class participation and learning experience. I learned to be lenient in correcting students during the engage phase, as
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Foxfire
This unit gave a comprehensive list of tools that may be used in a typical ESL classroom, including items such as whiteboards, visual aids, dictionaries, resource books, projectors, DVDs, cameras, com
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Franklin
I have learned that there are four different iterations of the present tense: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. I have also learned how to express the
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Franklinton
This unit focused on classroom management, such as strategies on how to build rapport with students as well as discussing the positive and negative benefits to classroom arrangements. These are things
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Franklinville
In this lesson we learned about the two productive skills of speaking and writing. As English is not a phonetic language it can be quite difficult for students to have perfect spelling when writing. H
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Fremont
I have learnt that lesson plans should be used as a guide and not as a script in the classroom. Teachers should be able to be flexible for instance, if a class enjoys a certain activity or is having d
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Fuquay
First of all, in my humble opinion, the main job of teacher is to be sociable and approachable, in order to interact with every student easily. The teacher will have a chance to maintain rapport in a
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Gamewell
The content of unit five consists of the breakdown of classroom management and ways in which to apply each given portion based on the type of classroom and the students which are being taught. The con
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Garland
Unit 18 is on modals, verbs and passive voice. The modals are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't, and ought to. They are used before othe
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Garner
Unit 17 gave a brief overview on all the teaching aids available to be used in classrooms, even including the aids that are no longer used so regularly. I've learned the advantages of using the differ
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Garysburg
Unit six covered the four forms of past tense. Each of the four forms had a detailed explaination of its form, usage, common mistakes and errors. Many of these things become instictual to native speak
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Gaston
Unit 8 on future tenses was another unit difficult for me because I just remember the sentence structures but not the reason. Consequently, I must go back and review why I am using the words I select.
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Gastonia
This unit focused on the receptive skills of a language: reading and listening. When teaching these skills, it is important to consider the purpose of these skills, and the different types of receptiv
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Gatesville
This lesson taught me about what a good teacher might include in a lesson plan. However, I also learned that a good teacher, while planning for the lesson ahead, must be careful not to be to stringent
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Gibson
In this lesson we learned about course books, supplemental material, and also supplemental material. There are many advantages and disadvantages to using a course book, however the best way would be t
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Gibsonville
In this unit we learned the importance of the management of the classroom by the teacher. Some of the important things to address in a classroom are eye contact, gestures, voice, groupings of students
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Glen Alpine
This unit focuses on techniques and lessons plans, as well as proper ways to correct students. There were nine different methods and techniques introduced, such as grammar-translation and task-based l
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Godwin
In this unit I have learnt that my attitude as a teacher will affect my students learning. If i do not use guesters and be welcoming the classroom has a bad atmosphere, student may become confused and
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Goldsboro
During this unit I have learnt how important it is to havel build rapport between students together and the student and teacher relationship. I have come to understand the need for how the classroom s
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Graham
This unit was very illuminating because it directly applied what we have been learning and demonstrated two different teaching scenarios. The first one was quite uncomfortable to watch, as the teacher
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Grandfather
In this unit I learned about the basic rules of modal auxiliary verbs and was provided with excellent content on the phrasal verbs and passive voice. The charts provided in the lesson were useful for
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Granite Falls
The sixth unit teaches the past tenses, such as past simple and past perfect. The past simple is used for actions that were completed at a specific time, unlike the past continuous which gives no spec
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Granite Quarry
This unit showed two videos of lessons in a classroom and the ineffective or effective lessons. In the first video, Simon is rushed and rude to his students. He has students come in late and creates a
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Grantsboro
As a language learner, this unit was a review for me of the very basics of English grammar. It covered all of the different categories of parts of speech that are found in English including nouns, ver
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Green Level
Unit 6 introduces the past tense system. In the English language, past tense forms share a very similar system and structure with the corresponding present tense forms (and also with future tenses).
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Greenevers
Unit two, provides a glimpse into the rudiments of English grammar, with a focus on the elements that a teacher should normally tackle in the Beginner and/or Elementary levels. The unit concisely pres
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Greensboro
As an English as a Second Language Teacher one of the most relevant parts we teach are the Parts of Speech. In order to guide the student in their learning of the language, it is very important that
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Greenville
What I have learned from Unit 9 is the importance of designing a lesson plan. Know what I want to present and how gives me confidence that the students will get the best of the best from me. I like t
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Grifton
This unit was a good review of teaching new language. Teaching vocabulary, grammar and functions of language are important to the TEFL teacher. Four things for in teaching new language is that the stu
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Grimesland
This unit was relatively easy. I was expecting it to be difficult since past tense required a separate unit from present tense or future tense. However, it was quite encouraging to find that the rul
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Grover
In unit 12, more applications of the previous lessons are used by teachers and students in a practical way. The lesson appears easier than prior lessons as I assume it is created that way for us, the
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Halifax
Unit 16 provides a comprehensive review on conditionals and reported speech in English grammar. It commences by introducing and exemplifying the five types of conditional structures, namely zero, firs
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