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Milnor
This unit explains the four present tenses: the present simple, present continuous, present perfect and the present perfect continuous. I have learned that these tenses can be easily confused because
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Milton
From this unit I learned many things to consider while managing a classroom of English learners. This unit covered items which I had not even considered before, such as when the teacher should be stan
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Minnewaukan
Compared to the present tense, the past tense is very simple. The usages for the simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous tenses are all very simple and easy to comprehend. This is of cours
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Minot
There are four present tenses in English. Use the present tense to talk about something that is going on now or that is true now and any time. Simple present to express habits and general truths. Pres
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Minto
The last unit describes the most common problems that the EFL teacher can meet in the classroom and there are some tips for the teachers for how they can settle these problems. I've learnt how to beha
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Mohall
This unit talks about the teaching of: beginners, individuals, children and business people. Every chapter discusses the groups in more detail. As a new teacher I would like to teach English to childr
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Monango
Every level of the class, students have to be exposed to new vocabulary and grammar. When teacher chose the new word, grammar and structure to study together, has to consider student’s level, mother
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Montpelier
This unit pretty much states that the three building blocks to having a good foundation to learn a new language are vocabulary, grammatical structure, and language functions. Vocabulary, well because
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Mooreton
linguists can create a very solid argument that only two tenses exist,i.e.the present and the past, but as teachers of EFL we have to take a slightly different approach. The course books, and most ref
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Mott
Unit 16 discussed the five main types of conditional clauses (zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional clauses). The unit discussed the form an
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Mountain
This unit was about the use of future tense. The different form of future tense are future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, going to future, present simple in futu
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Munich
In this unit, the importance of a lesson plan and how to make a lesson plan was explored. In a lesson plan, there are many things that should be noted in order for a smooth lesson to be carried o
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Mylo
This unit discusses modal auxiliary verbs, passive and active voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. I have learned that the use of passive voice is used if the focus is on the action. It is not i
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Napoleon
In each new teaching position a teacher will be faced with meeting a number of new classes for the first time. These classes are vital for the teacher to establish rapport with the students and set th
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Nash
This unit helped me think about and visualize the course of the school year in terms of tests. Because of the different uses of tests, tests can come in handy at all periods of the school year. Placem
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Neche
The content of this Unit was all about the future tense. Actions that are in progress in a future time and maybe will be completed in a future time. Interesting I always thought there was only four fu
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Nekoma
In this unit I learned how the past tense was really similar to the present tense. I also learned that many verbs in the past tense are irregular compared to those in the present tense (i.e. they can'
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New England
The unit talks about the coursebooks and lesson materials. What is the difference between authentic materials and created materials. Which one is more interesting. The reality, however, is a little di
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New Leipzig
This chapter provides additional skills, in that now, students can discuss present and past activities. They will be able to describe a range of conditional occurrences in the past , in both a finite
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New Rockford
This unit provides the information about coursebooks and lesson materials that teacher can use. It gives a good explanation about ancillary materials, for what purpose and in which part of the lesson
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New Salem
This unit presented a unique challenge for me. While I recognized many of the concepts in the first half of the unit, including the various appropriate usages of modal auxiliary verbs and was able to
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New Town
This unit was helpful in challenging my perception of course books and their relative usefulness. While course books can provide tried-and-true methods for teaching certain concepts, supplementary inf
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Newburg
An effective teacher considers the teaching of pronunciation an integral part of the course.For one thing,students are as concerned about it as they are with any other aspect of learning English. In a
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Niagara
This unit was an extremely helpful review of the future tenses. The future tense seems to be much more relative than the present and past tenses. In addition to the additional tenses that can have fut
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Nome
Unit 9 discussed how to develop a lesson plan. The unit started with a brief discussion of the purpose of a lesson plan and its function. Next, the unit covered the things that the lesson plan shoul
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Noonan
This lesson is obviously relate to past time periods. We shoul begin to ee certain similarities in usage and form emerging. All perect forms same form of the verb "fo have" and the past participle f
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North River
I have learned a lot about lesson planning. Having this knowledge will allow me to teach to the best of my ability. By creating a lesson plan that my students to get the most skills out of each lesson
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Northwood
This unit contains 2 demonstration videos of ESA lesson. It's the same lesson but being taught differently. In first lesson teacher didn't look like he was enjoying the class. He appeared unfriendly b
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Oakes
In this unit, the method of teaching vocabulary, grammar, and function was explored. Selecting the vocabulary to learn is a difficult task that is dependent on the appropriacy to the students and
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Oberon
Unit 2 was a brief review of English grammar that the teacher must be able to clear communicate and teach to his/her students. This unit included the different parts of speech, its uses and rules for
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Oriska
This unit gives information about teaching receptive skills, such as listening and reading. There are 2 reasons for reading and listening: for purpose and for entertainment, and these two purposes can
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Orrin
Unit ten was about the two videos of two diffrent lessons with the same teacher and the same class. i was able to see that the teacher came to the second lesson with a way better attitude and way happ
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Osnabrock
In this study unit I learned the function, purpose and structure of a lesson plan. I learned that it is important to create a lesson plan for several reasons; such as planning a logical sequence for
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Overly
Unit 13 discussed the topics of pronunciation and phonology. An effective teacher must consider pronunciation as a very important part of his/her teaching. Phonology is the study of the sounds in a
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Oxbow
The current unit provides the general knowledge about types of teaching vocabulary, some types of difficulties that may occur during teaching. We get to know how to select the proper vocabulary, what
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Page
This unit introduced the different theories methods and techniques used to teach English as a second language. It gave a detailed overview as to how each specific way is taught and how it affects the
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Palermo
The content of this unit dealt with troubleshooting when teachers run into issues in the classroom. Some of the most common issues are what to do in the first lessons, in which it is recommended to fo
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Park River
This unit was about past tense grammar. This involved learning about the four forms of past tense, past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The structure of past tense
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Parshall
This unit provided two videos of two different lesson plans taught in real life to students learning English. It was useful to see the methods learned so far carried out in real life. The examples of
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Pekin
This unit focused on classroom management and various aspects to keep in mind when setting up the classroom. It is easy to forget that the learning environment does affect the academic performance of
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Pembina
In this unit , I learnt more about The Tense System and learnt about the seven tenses. I also learnt that the be going+ infinitive and the present continuous are one of the most frequently used. Befor
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Perth
In this lesson I learned about conditionals and reported (indirect) verse direct speech. These are both quite advanced, complicated concepts so I learned many details about when to use and how to form
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Petersburg
This section contained knowledge on the different ways to approach teaching a language to those attempting to learn it from a foreign perspective. It essentially covered the methodologies, theories, a
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Pettibone
This unit was a great introspection into the dynamics between many learners and many teachers. It went over the nuances of many of them. For example, I have learned being a manager during the entire c
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Pick City
This first unit, titled "Teachers and Learners" provided a solid and in-depth crash-course on the relationship between teachers and students and how the ideal teacher and student should act. As well a
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Pillsbury
This unit covered the types of grammar points used when using future tenses. As with the other similar grammar units it covered each of the various structures commonly used with future tenses. I've
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Pingree
This unit helps me as a teacher to establish firmly the factors to consider when the students are interacting with a new language. I have also learnt that grammar and vocabulary are complements of eac
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Pisek
The content of this unit deals with teaching special groups. These special groups are beginners (absolute beginner, young and adult beginner, false beginner), individual students, children, business p
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Plaza
Class management is a very important aspect in the classroom as it requires different strategical methods to keep the students in tuned with what is being taught. Managing the classroom shows control
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Porcupine
This unit covers the area of Reading and listening: Receptive skills. It breaks down what they are and problems with receptive skills. Like most of the units, I understand what is being taught but not
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