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IXL
this unit gives good insight how to manage the classrooms , the good balance between teacher talk time and student talk time . I gives you and oversight on how to discipline students without offending
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Jamestown
Unit 9 was all about lesson planning. It answered questions like: why is it important, how a plan could look like, what to include and what to look out for. It also gave a quick check list that could
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Jefferson
The most important thing I learnt from this unit was that being simple and well structured, being as exact as possible about timing - anticipating how long an activity might last is more important th
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Jennings
This unit highlights the different ways of evaluating students levels and progress. Although tutorials , evaluations by the students and tests , all play a integral part in evaluating students . Its a
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Jet
Understanding methods and techniques of a learning process is important. Besides, knowing the characteristic of the students is also important. From this chapter, I have learnt few different methods a
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Johnson
In Unit 6 of The Past sentences I learned the basic fundamental creation of the four aspects of past tenses which are : Past Simple Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Continuous Each one of
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Jones
This unit focuses on future tenses and the various types of future tenses such as simple future, future continuous , future perfect and future perfect continuous. It also explains the similarities b
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Jupiter
Lesson planning should be used to guide learning and should be responsive to student need. Lesson planning can guide or aid lessons by providing a logical sequence of content to be covered. It can als
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Kansas
As far as I can recall, I have not encountered Stative and Action/Dynamic Verbs during my school years. However, I only got a look at it when I started teaching along with the consonant and vowel appr
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Katie
The content of this unit is the basis in teaching. I have been used most of theese methods and techniques in my practice, but I never used "Boomerang lesson", while it is useful for a lot of topics. B
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Kellyville
this lesson covered the methodologies from the very beginning and then how they evolved and were developed into the most current and effective teaching methods developed and used today . This lesson t
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Kemp
As I already got used to encounter in this type of learning, from my point of view was a short unit, with the very basic knowledge that one can receive , but as I understood, this is due to the fact t
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Kendrick
Unit 12 discussed the two productive language skills: speaking and writing. I've learned the major difference between accuracy and fluency activities and their equally important role in TEFL. This les
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Kenefic
Reporting is difficult - even for a native English speaker! Therefore, I am really glad this unit incorporated the reporting verb-change chart. This is something I am sure I will reference in the futu
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Keota
This unit gives great insights into all the future verb tenses. I like that there are many examples of both affirmative, negative and questions verbs. I also like that each verb tense is followed by w
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Ketchum
This unit is useful as it explains the possible troubles a teacher can enounter in a classroom and the effective ways to handle specific situations. As a matter of fact, every classroom is unique sinc
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Keyes
As a non-native speaker, usage differences between present perfect and present continuous tenses are confusing particularly as to when or what is appropriate for a given situation or event. However, t
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Kildare
Unit 20 explained how to troubleshoot the various problems, and situations that might arise in class. When dealing with a new class, the teacher should utilize the first meeting as a way to build rap
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Kingston
As a non-native speaker, there are a number of tenses in the English language that are confusing. The structure is very predictable as it follows a pattern thus easy to construct and identify. It is t
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Kinta
Unit 8 focused on teaching productive skills. I learned the difference between accuracy and fluency activities and that they are both equally as important. Using the right activity is vital and will m
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Kiowa
For me the current unit was somehow a long story short, which means a lot of information condensed in a few simple structured information. Honestly me personal I fell the need of a more clear and deta
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Knowles
From this unit, I have learnt the wide variety of evaluation and tests that can be used to evaluate and test students’ language skills. The result of evaluation provides important information regard
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Kremlin
In this unit, we learned about that there are many different teaching aids can be used to help teacher make the lessons more interesting, motivate the students and get the students intention. They are
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Lahoma
I found this unit quite fun and interesting as it shows the diverse tests that students and teachers as well can go through to evaluate their linguistic level. The variety of tests offers in fact a ri
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Lake Aluma
In this unit, I learned about the four main present tenses, including the present simple, the present continuous, the present perfect, and the present perfect continuous. Even though I speak English v
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Lamar
This unit covers the receptive skills of reading and listening. When teaching it is fair to say that the majority of tasks/study items would only include the motive 'for a purpose' so it would be idea
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Lambert
Lesson plan.Unit 8. Lesson planning is one of the most interesting lessons for me. It helped me to understand and adjust my work. The plan helps you to know how to know the beginning and the end. And
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Lamont
Teaching without methods listed in this unit is irrelevant. Methods, theories and techniques this unit explains if used correctly - can successfully teach individuals and/or groups the English Languag
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Langley
This unit was about past tense -- past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. It also clarified for me the specific usages for each of these tenses, which can be very diff
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Langston
This unit got me hyped for teaching. At times it almost put me into the class and I could see myself how I would teach, and teaching is something I love. And I do have to agree that teaching younger k
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Laverne
Unit 11 explained how the receptive skills, reading and listening, can be utilized within the classroom. The two main reasons as to why they are used are for a purpose and for pleasure. We must develo
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Lawrence Creek
The conditional statements are something that I often don’t think about but I will after reading through this unit. I often talk on conditional statements but I was never able to identify the differ
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Le Flore
In this unit I got to see two different examples of classes. One successful and other that failed to engage the students, with low participation and student talk time. The first lesson was a failure i
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Leedey
This unit sketches out the roles and behaviors of both teacher and student in a learning environment. It analyzes the relationship between teacher and student in terms of their innate personalities an
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Lenapah
Unit 13 explained the complex relationship between learning the English language and using proper pronunciation. The ability for individuals to understand each other heavily depends upon their profici
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Leon
This unit is very similar to the previous unit in the ways to describe productive skills which have two types speaking and writing. This unit gives a clear understanding of to teach our students to sp
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Liberty
For learning this unit,I know the relationship between teachers and students.For teacher not only request them have a very good knowledge of the subject,but also should care about students’ feelings
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Lima
In my opinion, a very brief unit, the examples of type of tests used in a class are somehow useful , however different levels of students would require different kind of testing, but then again this i
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Loco
This unit has been very helpful in teaching the parts of my native language that I never really understood. I use the verb tenses correctly in my daily conversations, but I would have had trouble expl
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Locust Grove
Unit nine shows the importance of planning, and even more for new teachers. It also says that some theories believe that lesson plans might not be a good idea since they can create a more rigid and te
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Lone Wolf
This lesson taught me different ways to teach vocabulary and grammar. The importance of helping students grasp the different terms and structures to form sentences is the building blocks of helping th
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Longdale
In this unit ,I learnt that teacher has a great effect on the students in the classrooms. Because, his attitude towards the students and the way of managing and respecting the techniques which are eng
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Lookeba
Planning exists in almost all of our actions, as it guides the implementation of activities. Consequently, it is essential in several sectors of life in society, becoming also essential in the activit
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Lotsee
In this unit, i learned about how to solve several common problems we will found during the EFL teaching. During the first lesson, we should establish the rapport between the class members instead of
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Loveland
This unit is about the theory of different teaching and learning methods, including Grammar-translation, Task-based learning and Audio-lingualism, among others. This unit taught different types of Les
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Loyal
Receptive skills are extremely important as it includes two of the 4 fundamental parts of learning any language: reading and listening; it is also important to pick a variety of different topics over
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Luther
This unit covers lesson planning. It is important to note that planning a lesson can be very helpful but there is no need to follow the plan strictly as a good plan should be fairly flexible and open
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Macomb
This is a very interesting unit about pronunciation; it tells more about the tone used when talking and how the intonation expresses the intent of what is said. It explains the stress and emphasis th
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Manchester
In this section I learned much about the placement of certain parts of speech. I was shocked at how much I knew from learning these things in school, but even more shocked by the amount that I didn't
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Manitou
This unit focused on the productive skills: speaking and writing. The most interesting thing I learned the fine line between accuracy and fluency. I actually paired the two together as I felt to be co
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