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Custer City
This concluding unit taught me that being a teacher is something I am going to learn from experience and will continually grow in. I can refer to these units for notes and ideas, but when it comes dow
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Cyril
This lesson focused on course books and various other lesson materials. I learned about the difference between authentic teaching materials and created teaching materials. The unit also highlighted ex
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Dacoma
After learning the present tenses, the past tenses are easier to understand. But it is quite difficult to memorize all the irregular verbs. As a teacher, it is really challenging to teach these to stu
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Davenport
In this unit I learned how to teach productive skills, speaking and writing. Speaking and writing, like reading and listening, are essential to a students sucess in the classroom, they all have equall
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Davidson
This is the most difficult unit yet, but the writings were understandable and perfect for future use. Most times we pronounce words with confidence because we do not have to learn it, this unit is an
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Deer Creek
This was new information for me. I learned about the different types of present tenses. Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present perfect, all of these types of tenses that allowed me to understand
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Delaware
Body language is very crucial! It shows how confident the teacher can be. Body language is also linked with gestures. Gestures sometimes help to signal or communicate with students rather than use la
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Depew
The unit covers the difference in students and the difference in classes. The classes are then further categorised and discussed; the class level, the methodology of that class, possible problems, and
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Devol
For me this unit was indeed helpful in finding out how to deal with different type of students, from the very young ones up until the business categories of students. Very well structured and with eno
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Dewar
Unit fourteen discusses the use of course books and other materials in the classroom along with their pros and cons in the classroom. Factors for choosing the right course books and other materials ar
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Dibble
This unit covered methods for a teacher to arrange and control their classroom through the use of their body (e.g. eye contact & gestures), the way the classroom is arranged, how the teacher writes th
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Dickson
Classroom management is not something that a new teacher could master in a blink of an eye. It is thought to be a skill we have to keep developing, since we meet different students every day with diff
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Dill City
Unit 7 talked about how to introduce new knowledge such as vocabulary, grammar and functions to students by using ESA methods. From this unit, I learnt some basic ideas for teaching vocabularies, gram
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Disney
This unit is very comprehensive to me so that I spent quite a long time with it. Here are some points I have learned in this unit. 1. More clear about the various methodologies. In my past learning jo
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Dougherty
This unit expands on the level of the class and the ESA course syllabus that is recommended. It highlights that in all cases the students will need to know what the language means , how it is used , w
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Douglas
Unit 9 covered the basics of lesson planning. First it explained what a lesson plan is, and then it delved into the components of the document. A key point I agree with is about not scripting the less
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Dover
This unit really helped me become more confident in what I want to do, teach. I've taught before but never seemed to be able to fill up the time properly (with about each lesson being 20-30 minutes at
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Drummond
The phonetics terms are very difficult for me as a teacher, in my daily classes, I will never teach the students anything about the terms. Instead, I think to imitate is a good way to learn pronunciat
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Dustin
This chapter mainly talked about classroom management, including teacher's teaching manners, how to group students,seating, getting control of the classes in progress etc, which are very practical in
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Eakly
This unite overview has a great importance upon learning what it means to be a success teacher, to know what type of student one is dealing with and act accordingly, and also about the roles that a te
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Earlsboro
I am beginning to see a common denominator here with the past, present and future tenses. They all have simple, continous etc. This is something that I have always been completely oblivious to due to
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East Duke
It is without doubt that communication is an integral human activity and a skill which can be learned. In fact, we cannot live in isolation; that’s why we need to interact. For efficient interaction
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Eldorado
This unit provided great insights as to what is important to consider when choosing a textbook as well as when it is important to not choose a textbook. Personally, I have never enjoyed a class where
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Ellerville
I like how this unit covered a very wide variety of students that one might end up working with. I thought this unit did a nice job of expanding what had been covered in other units and relating it to
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Elmer
The unit clearly states the role of teachers in a class. It is an overview of what an English Language teaching prospects should know before starting. The role listed reminds me of all my roles in cla
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Elmore City
In this unit, I learnt about the form and usages of present tense, typical errors that students will make and the teaching ideas of activate phase. I’m not a native English speaker, so I already lea
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Empire City
What I have learned from this particular lesson is a whole new language basically. Phonetics and proper pronunciation of a word is just as important as the placement of the word in the sentence. If yo
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Erin Springs
This unit taught me many new concepts- i learned different techniques to teach students, many approaches to take with the language that have broadened my scope. The Grammar-Translaion: A basic princip
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Etowah
The descriptions for the various levels of previous language knowledge was very helpful. These terms are often used interchangeably, so it was helpful to have a solid definition. The various teachers
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Fair Oaks
In this unit I learnt about the different teaching methodologies and techniques (e.g. Grammar-translation, the Lexical Approach, CLT, CLL, among others). Each technique has it's pro's and con's and so
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Fairfax
This unit focus on evaluation and testing. There are various different tests and it is important to note that the right tests should be used in order to achieve the desired results. Tests can take dif
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Fairland
Unit 16 is a great summery of the grammar related to conditional and reported speech. I found this lesson extreemly useful as I was confused about a number of useage in the subject. Thanks to this ove
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Fairmont
one of the main things I learned from watching both videos , is that the attitute of the teacher will prfoundly effect the participation of the students and the sucess of the lesson . This demonstrat
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Fallis
ESA, Engage, Study and Activate. This method of teaching English seems very effective and offers many different forms and styles of exercises. In studying English teaching it seems to me that this m
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Fanshawe
A very interesting unit, very complex and with a lot of information to assimilate. Interesting methods and techniques that for sure are designed to help the teacher reach a large spectrum of students,
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Fargo
Teaching special groups is the longest unit of this course. I have learnt a lot on the following: Teaching beginners, classifying beginner levels, individual students, children, and finally teaching E
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Faxon
As the development of the technology, it is more convenient for the teachers to find all kinds of teaching aids. It could be traditional like a dictionary, it could be from a computer, or some other m
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Fitzhugh
I have gained a lot of knowledge with regard to Methodology and Techniques so far by reading this unit and I think they are really essential in learning process. As a teacher, I have now known the pra
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Fletcher
This unit covers past tenses. There are four past tenses in total; past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. The unit explains the difference of each past tense very well
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Foraker
In this unit I have learned the importance of teaching receptive skills and how vital they are to a students sucess in a classroom. Receptive skills are reading and listening, which are equally import
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Forest Park
In this Unit seven I learned about different ways to teach vocabulary, grammar and functions. In teaching vocabulary we learned some important points to keep in mind when choosing what vocabulary to t
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Forgan
Reading and listening to a new language can be difficult, listening more so, seeing as you can read something multiple times to try and get the meaning. There are a few ways to go about teaching someo
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Fort Cobb
In this unit we looked at classroom management and organization which included : disciplinary actions to problems and for problem students in the classroom, establishing rapport with students, how to
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Fort Coffee
Unit 6 explains the past tenses. Similarities in usage and form can be found with the present tenses such as: a) the continuous forms have the verb ´to be´ + ´ing´; b) the perfect forms have he ve
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Fort Supply
This unit is of a paramount importance as it explains the importance and the possible meanings of Future in general. The variety of future tense, be it simple, continuous, or perfect is really peculia
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Fort Towson
Whether to plan or not a lesson is a debated topic. Experienced teachers will tend to jot down brief notes on a piece pf paper, whilst those starting their career will be better off with a more struct
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Foss
Advantages of course books are that they are expected, they are easier, they have a syllabus graded to the student's level and they provide a certain security as well as a balance of grammar, vocabula
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Foster
Pronunciation and Phonology is the difficult part of teaching ESL, for me but it is equally important like the other receptive and productive skills. However, I have learnt a lot in this unit, as it c
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Foyil
Previous units about present and past tenses have helped me tremendously in deepening my understanding as well as giving me ideas to teach my students. Like the other two, this unit is no exception. I
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Francis
This unit provides with basic grammar understanding, however I am looking forward to lean how would be the proper way of teaching it, reaching to a wide range of students, that for sure have different
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