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Mannford
This unit goes over the different forms of present tense verbs, how they are used in sentences, and the meaning that it conveys. This was a useful refresher for me on the differences between present s
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Mannsville
This unit covers pronunciation in detail. It is important that students have a basic understanding of intonation as it carries the basic message of a sentence. The section that covers articulation is
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Maramec
Now I can say for good reason that this was indeed a short unit, but at the same time it was the most enjoyable. Short and right to the point of the topic, it helped with clearing some more aspects re
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Marble City
This unit was particularly helpful in reminding me of the importance of writing skills. Half of the language battle is speaking, and the other half is reading/ writing. Everyday we read the street sig
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Marland
This content covers basic assessment content. Of particular interest was the external examinations, as an American, I am most familiar with TOEFL. It will be interesting to discover the standard tes
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Marshall
This unit made me really think about the teaching receptive skills, about how generally a person reads and listen , what are the reason we read and listen. it was really useful especially to the part
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Martha
Teaching a large class is difficult. Trying to maintain eye contact with the distant students becomes difficult. Determining who needs attention is next to impossible. Teach from the back of the c
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May
It is great to divide the new language teaching into 3 categories. In our training school, we usually combine them. The patchwork pattern is used the most. We mostly do Engage-study-activate-engage-st
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Maysville
Acknowledging potential problems beforehand is always essential to a successful career, so I appreciate that this unit took the time to do just that! I could see many of these issues occurring in my c
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Mazie
The unit begins by covering the various methods that can be used to teach students English. The preferred method for this course is know as 'ESA' which stands for Engage, Study, Activate. The unit the
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McCurtain
This unit introduced the evaluation of all kinds and their use for different purpose. Placement tests are often given at the beginning of the course to place student into right class. Progress tests a
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McLoud
I had not considered arrangement of a class to have much bearing on discipline. In fact, when I think of managing a class, I have thought mostly of young students who have no desire to be in school,an
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Mead
The unit covers the different ways to test your students. The different tests that can be used and a list of external examinations and who they are for are also mentioned. There are many ways to test
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Medford
This unit not only describes present tense in a detailed manner but also gives many useful ideas regarding how to utilize present tense in the ACTIVATE stage of teaching. This unit thoroughly explains
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Medicine Park
This unit talks about the methodologies of teaching English. There are nine different ways to teaching English: grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, PPP, task-based learning, CLT, CLL, the silent wa
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Meeker
The content of this unit is very helpful in teaching. Becouse teaching process is not just giving instructions and having results. Teachers need to be very attentive while lesson as there are so many
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Meno
From this unit, I have learnt about productive skills which is also known as active skills including speaking and writing. Speaking skill is focusing on accuracy and fluency while writing is more focu
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Meridian
This unit was confusing, and the quiz did not reflect what it demonstrated in the module. The module emphasized more about what, how and problems about the students face during the lesson. The quiz la
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Milburn
This section was very difficult. It was about phonetics and teaching it. I'm not even sure I fully understand how to teach it just yet. The most difficult thing was the phonemic alphabet. I learned th
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Mill Creek
In this unit we covered the present tense and the four aspects thereof. These were the: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. I have really enjoyed engag
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Millerton
As someone who is currently a student themselves, I found this unit a little repetitive to what I am used to seeing on the daily. However, I still find this information very valuable. Teachers must kn
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Minco
Unit 4 covers the four main aspects of present tense verbs: present simple, present perfect, present continuous (progressive), and present perfect continuous. The unit gives form, examples, common mis
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Moffett
This unit was all about how to teach pronunciation and how to otherwise form the sounds that build up words and sentences as we speak them. The lesson covers the phonemic alphabet and the different wa
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Monkey Island
This unit is talking about the following four main points of managing classes: 1. Using eye contact, gesture and voice to express students some information 2. Appropriately grouping students can make
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Mooreland
Unit 9 first delved into the various theories as to why lesson plans are made. The three main points as to why they exist are to aid in planning a lesson, provide a working document, and to provide a
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Morrison
Unit 11 provided information on how to teach receptive skills like reading and listening. It was a short lesson, however it contained some very important points about how to choose a text for a class,
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Mounds
The conditionals have always been the most difficult grammar point for most Chinese learners. As a teacher, we should be very familiar with it first, and try our best to use it in our daily life. We c
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Mountain Park
In this unit I learned a lot about different methodologies and could compare strong and weak points from many of them. Also I learned about what is an ESA lesson, the types of ESA lessons there are an
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Mountain View
Unit 4 covers the present tense of the tense system. The English language has twelve tenses, made up of three different times - past, present, and future - and their four different aspects - simple, c
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Muldrow
In this unit ,I have learnt different methods and techniques. For example grammar-translation, the teacher must be aware of the student's mother tongue ,in order to understand the culture and to corre
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Mulhall
This unit discussed the different theories, methods, and techniques that teachers can utilize in teaching English to learners of all levels. The different methodologies center around determining the m
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Mustang
Language is learnt in order for us to communicate. Therefore, language learners not only need to know about the meaning of vocabulary, but also how they should construct the words properly. More often
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Mutual
This unit is also precise and concise like the previous unit. It displays the required competencies called productive skills. When it comes to these skills, learners need to produce language. Moreover
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Nash
This unit specifically based on the use of course books, inlcuding how to choose a good coursebook for your class, and the pros and cons of using a ready-made coursebook. It also mentions using authen
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New Alluwe
The types of classes are much more varied than I expected, and I found myself curious as to what it would be like to teach all of them. Varying from children to college classes and even teaching busin
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Newcastle
The four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing are used by everyone on daily basis. None of them are less important than the others. This unit is focusing on the receptive skills:
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Ninnekah
In this unit, we talked about the 4 past tenses, which are past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. And also the forms, usages and teaching points of these four differe
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Norge
This unit describes several aspects of class management, from students sitting arrangements through teacher position, teacher and students talk time, preparation of teaching material, creating rapport
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North Enid
Speaking and writing are known as the productive skills of a language. They're are similarities as well as differences among them, such as grammar, vocabulary, spelling, among others. They are used fo
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Oak Grove
This unit is quite difficult. It is really confusing as one needs to guess some features which can be personnel; that's to say it depends on the teacher's character, personality, teaching strategies,
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Oakland
This unit stated the methodology and ESA based pattern for class designing. I benefited a lot from it. I've been recently thinking about change the forms of our course, this chapter enlighted me on wh
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Oaks
In this unit we overview the present tenses, which are "present simple", "present continuous", "present perfect" and "present perfect continuous". And also learned about their affirmative, negative a
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Oakwood
Unit 8 covered the 7 different forms and meanings of the future tense along with their form, usages, common mistakes, and some suggested teaching methods. I was not previously aware that we would cate
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Ochelata
In this unit, I have seen different effective methods and techniques in teaching new language parts. First of all for learning to take place, students have to be exposed to it, understand its meaning
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Okarche
This unit was quite difficult. I can not remember the last time I spent sitting down and making notes on each of the four tenses. This definitely took some work and I was quite scared to take the test
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Okay
In my opinion, 1-5 was fine. However, questions 10-15 were unfair. There was no lesson plan about them and no answers about them inside the text, only examples that proved little to no use in what was
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Okeene
This unit covers course books and materials. Authentic material can be a great aid in teaching students English but the material needs to be selected carefully to ensure the right material is selected
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Okemah
This unit covers the present tenses. The four present tenses are as follows: present simple, present continuous, present prefect and present perfect continuous. The material covered will be of great h
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Okesa
This was great way to demonstrate the dos and donts of teaching a lesson and the importance of having a lesson plan. It really showed the importance on attitude and preparedness as well. There is a hu
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Oktaha
This unit covers different tools and behaviors that are used for classroom management. The key to classroom management is to be flexible and change your role to fit the activity or and particular grou
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