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Robersonville
When teacher is planning a class he/she needs to use course book materials. Due that it helps teachers to use in the classroom a variety of aids to present and practice the language. Most of the time
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Rockingham
The content of unit nine covers the various aspects of lesson planning. It begins by explaining why lesson planning is useful and then goes in to recommended methods for those who are new to teaching
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Rockwell
This unit discussed the four present tenses of the English language, and how they state the current present and relate the past to the present. Perfect and continuous tenses were explained, and the le
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Rocky Mount
This unit talks about the structure of lessons. It starts by describing different methods used around the world. We then learn about one precise method called ESA (Engage Study and Activate). This met
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Rolesville Town
I found this unit a slight struggle with having to figure out which past or present tense it was and how to report it. However with some practice ( task 5 in particular), I am more confident in teach
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Ronda
Lesson planning is something that I had to do a few years ago without guidance or training. It was difficult to just jump into by myself with no frame of reference. Even though I learned a lot "tria
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Roper
Both teachers and learners are equally important in the classroom. The teacher ideally will have all, or at least most, of the attributes of a good teacher, such as kindness, patience, a love of teach
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Rose Hill
Personally I found this unit on the past tense easier than the present tense unit. However I did think that I would have a hard time explaining the difference between the different past tenses and tha
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Roseboro
This unit was very useful for learning exactly how to introduce new language structures and vocabulary to language students. Not only did it make me aware of the importance of carefully selecting voca
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Rosman
This unit was important for understanding the importance and organization of lesson planning. I learned that it's really up to the instructor when it comes to lesson planning and what lesson pattern t
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Rowland
This unit presents a great review of future tenses as used in the English language. The following tenses were explained in great detail: the future simple; the future continuous; the future perfect; t
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Roxboro
I have learnt about course books and materials. Many students are more interested in the materials created by the teacher and find it more relevant. Materials are grouped into Authentic and Created.
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Roxobel
By covering the fundamentals of the methods of teaching a new language this unit has created a system of understanding how a second language teacher may approach the way they organize lesson plans. Th
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Rural Hall
This unit was about the major parts of speech used in the English language. The major parts were nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions and conjunctions. These ar
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Ruth
In this unit I learned about the different language groups that an English instructor might be exposed to. The section on teaching younger learners taught me how I must conduct as a teacher in the cla
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Rutherford College
This unit focuses on teaching methodologies and the most appropriate approach for trainee and new teacher – Engage, Study and Activate (ESA) – which is applied to provide teachers flexibilities i
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Rutherfordton
The different methods of teaching is well explained in this unit. I've learned that in almost all methods the teacher needs to elicit his learners, be creative with this action and encourage them to t
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Salemburg
Studying the unit on teaching special groups I've learned all about different groups, their needs, abilities, possible problems and teaching ideas. Teaching individual students may have advantages but
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Salisbury
This unit was important for reviewing and learning how to teach future tenses. The unit gave really helpful and useful examples of all the future tenses and was very clear how each tense is used and w
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Saluda
In this unit I learned about the various methods of testing and evaluating individual students. This is necessary so that each student can be placed in the appropriate level class that he/she needs to
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Sandy Creek
This unit covers how to teach vocabulary, grammar and language functions. For each of these the unit explains how to choose what to teach depending on different factors such appropriacy, teachability,
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Sandyfield
From this unit, I learnt about how to introduce new language vocabulary to students who do not speak English as a first language and who are learning it as a foreign language. The unit guides one as t
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Sanford
This unit was about the productive skills of English: speaking and writing. When teaching students to speak English, the two types of activities that follow are accuracy and fluency activities. Accura
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Saratoga
The overall focus of this unit is classroom management which was stated as a skill of organizing the class and individual students within a class and manage what takes place in the classroom. The uni
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Sawmills
This section taught me alot about who I am as a teacher and what exactly is expected of me. Classroom management is not always easy and sometimes it is really difficult to not let your frustrations sh
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Scotland Neck
Far I have found this unit to be extremely easy, but that may simply be due to the fact that I have been involved in Public Speaking for many years. I did not notice anything of particular wisdom bein
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Seaboard
This unit reminded me of my favorite class from my university days. It was called History of the English Language. I found a lot of the information that I had learned in that class to be useful later
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Seagrove
Lesson plan is one of the most important parts of teaching English. It helps us structure our lessons logically and timely, keep on objectives and have a clear guide to refer to during the lessons as
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Sedalia
As I have mentioned previously, because I have studied language so extensively in my career, this lesson was mostly a review for me of information I was already familiar with. I am very familiar in ve
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Selma
Unit nine provides an overview on lesson planning. It discussed the rationale behind it (especially for the inexperienced teachers), and its layout and components. Finally, a sample lesson plan for a
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Seven Devils
Since the day when an individuals begins learning a new language it is profoundly required that the individual learns and understands parts of speech. Starting from the simple ones; nouns , verbs and
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Seven Springs
Unit 17 outlined the various array of equipment that can be used by teacher to assist their students in understanding content provided. It also outlines some situations that it would be useful to use
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Severn
In this chapter I learned how to teach special groups such as children, individuals, business/English for Special Purposes, and multilingual classes. When teaching children, incorporate a variety of f
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Shallotte
It is crucial for a teacher to know the Future tenses, that is their meaning, usage and patterns. There are such Future tenses in the English language: 1.The future simple 2.The future continuous 3.
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Sharpsburg
I found this unit especially helpful insofar as understanding basic classroom management. As a person who has yet to teach in a real life classroom setting the idea of directing and orchestrating the
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Shelby
Something I felt frustrated with when I was learning my second language was the focus on pronunciation from the very beginning. I want students to focus more on confidence and interest in the language
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Siler City
This unit is about grammar in English and the ways sentences are formed. It has information on the many different parts of speech and the rules that govern the way they are used. The main categories t
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Simpson
In this unit I learned more about teaching different types of classes, including the various levels of beginners, teaching individual students one-on-one, teaching children, and teaching business Engl
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Sims
Learning about the various teaching materials and tools that can be used in the classroom helped give me more ideas on what I can incorporate into my lessons. Similarly, it also showed me the scope of
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Smithfield
Vocabulary is a vital part of learning a language. Since most of the words we use are nouns, we need to know the vocabulary to even have a basic knowledge of English. Vocabulary teaching is especially
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Snow Hill
The two productive skills are Speaking and Writing which its purpose is to communicate. There are many reasons to communicate, therefore, as the teachers, we should create the need and desire for the
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Southern Pines
This unit primarily focuses on classroom management and the specific situations teachers can come across, such as dealing with behavior problems or setting up the desks in the classroom. There is much
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Southern Shores
As someone who natively speaks english, seeing the present tense being explained as present simple, present perfect and present continuous really confused me as it all makes sense to myself. this unit
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Southport
I found this unit to be somewhat more challenging, but very helpful because of that. These are things that aren't often reviewed for me as a native speaker of English, even in English courses in schoo
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Sparta
In this unit future tenses allows us to understand some structure in more details. In grammar future tense is a word form that generally marks the event described by the verb as not having happened ye
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Speed
This unit went over the importance of planning a lesson, how to organized it, and what should be included in the lesson. Furthermore, for inexperienced teachers, unit 9 spoke of the importance of jott
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Spencer
1st class demonstration video: The teacher skips the ‘engage’ (warm-up) phase. He uses technical terminology (i.e. Modal auxiliary verb) which confuses the students. Irrelevant examples in whic
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Spencer Mountain
I am very grateful for the basic review of English Grammar parts of speech included in this course section! I am embarrassed to see that I had forgotten some very basic differences, (such as personal
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Spindale
While watching this video lesson I was confused like that students in the class. There was no clear demonstration given or any explanation for the activity’s purpose; the teacher started teaching im
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Spring Hope
In this unit, we mainly focused on vocabulary , grammar and functions. At the beginning, we have known that students will feel the vocabulary easy or difficult depending on some factors, such as the s
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