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Olustee
In this unit I have learned all about teaching different special groups, such as young learners, new beginners, adults, and business English. I've learned that with children, they are sometimes as not
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Oologah
I will not lie, this was a difficult unit. Nonetheless, I also feel that this was a very useful unit, a lot more so than the previous two units. This unit gave me a new insight into what a high qualit
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Optima
The main aim of this unit is to introduce several mainstay methodologies of teaching English as a foreign language. In particular, the ESA approach is explained in detail, including three subdivisions
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Orlando
Synopsis of the two video review I've seen for unit 10. Simon, the English teacher on these two videos. Shows two examples different from each other; of how a teacher behaves in a classroom. The fir
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Osage
In this unit, I have come to know that the two productive skills are Speaking and Writing. I have also learnt well with the difference between accuracy and fluency - activities. I have seen what a co
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Paden
Grammatically speaking there are three simple tenses, the past, present and future. However these tenses can be further expanded into four forms – simple, present, present perfect and present contin
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Panama
The ESA was used in explaining introduction of new language and grammatical words to students. Most schools curriculum does not take note of the languages and vocabulary learners should learn at the a
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Paoli
The English grammar seems to get more and more confusing. It's always these little things that change everything, and it's hard to notice them, or let alone remember. Yet I'm glad it's over, I feel pr
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Paradise Hill
There are four basic skills in every language: reading, writing, speaking and listening. They can be divided into two groups. Reading and listening are known as receptive skills. Whereas, speaking and
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Pensacola
Speaking and writing skills are very related. Usually it helps wiring what we want to say even when we are adults. In this unit I have learned a lot about the activities that I can present in the clas
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Peoria
In this unit, I learned about the modals, passive voice, relative clauses and the phrasal verbs. There are nine true modal auxiliary verbs, which are can, could, may, might, must, should, shall, will
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Perkins
Unit 15 discusses the different types of tests and methods that a teacher can use to evaluate their students and prepare them for external exams. The unit also covers the general types of external exa
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Perry
Unit 18 is a really valuable collection of some difficult language points. Even though modals are so frequently used and our ear is accustomed to their number of meanings, it was good to see all these
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Phillips
I really enjoyed this unit because it really shows how one single teacher plays many different roles and how this helps to create a better classroom environment for the learners. It also taught me how
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Picher
Unit 9 Lesson planning In this unit, we learned the lesson planning. It lists the reasons of planning the lesson and contents that should be involved in the lesson plan. As a new teacher, I should str
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Pink
This unit taught me everything that I needed to know about the basics of English grammar as in the different parts of speech. Although I already had a basic grasp of the material from my education, th
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Pittsburg
It was very helpful to watch lessons that take place utilizing the lesson planning techniques talked about in this program. I think what would have been extremely helpful would have been able to see t
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Pocasset
The unit is really important especially for native speaker, in that, it gives clear understanding of the basic rules of the words we say. It also gives a clear understanding of the troubles students h
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Pocola
Encouraging students to speak is important as they may experience lack of confidence, fear of making mistakes, peer intimidation lack of interest and cultural blocks. The teacher must encourage inter
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Pond Creek
This unit shows crucial features about structuring a lesson plan. In fact, lesson planning is a significant element of teaching-learning system. A lesson plan is a step-by-step guide that provides a s
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Porter
Language is generally used to communicate and communication is supposed to cater all four skills. To have an integrated method, we need to see that listening and reading are equally crucial for the de
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Porum
This unit takes you in the different teaching aids one can use when planning your lessons to make it more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. Although different schools may have
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Prue
Each unit I feel more and more confident about teaching English. The two videos were actually enjoyable to watch as I could see how a typical English lesson could possibly go, and it made me feel less
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Putnam
This units covers speaking, writing and games suitable when teaching English. It's important to understand the difference between accuracy based activities and fluency based activities. Part of an a
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Quapaw
In this unit we've got an overview of the type of materials can be used in TEFL and also what are the adventages and disadventages of these. There was a list of what to consider when trying to choose
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Quay
This unit covered present tenses. I learned that there are twelve tenses (I usually cap it at three: past, present, and future). The three I just mentioned are further divided into four types: simple,
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Quinton
Receptive skills, reading and listening, are taught for a purpose, or for entertainment. We read and listen with some pre-existing knowledge, with some predictive skills, anjd bu using information sc
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Ralston
This was a very extensive unit that covers all aspects of managing a classroom. It takes into account, the different layout the classroom can be in and the advantages and disadvantages of the differin
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Ramona
This unit gives a great insights into why we must lesson plan, what we must include in our lesson plans, and how we can make them flexible. This unit also gives great examples of lesson plans and less
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Randlett
The amount of information in this unit was crazy! I loved all the science behind how a person makes sounds (especially the fact you can't breath when say "t") I also enjoyed learning about the phoneti
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Ratliff City
Past tense will be one of the most difficult topics to teach because of the different ways you can say you were doing something in the past. I had to read through this chapter twice, just to make sure
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Rattan
Although this unit was not as lengthy as some of the other units it still covered a range of important topics. Eye contact, gestures and voice control play an important role in managing a class room.
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Ravia
Lesson plans utilize the plan do check act paradigm. It is vital that the instructor have a plan to approach the subject in a meaningful way. However, any plan is subject to change as you do the pla
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Red Oak
This is probably been the most helpful tool so far because I learn by example. So to see how a teacher should and should not behave in a classroom was very effective for me. I was able to take notes o
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Red Rock
In this unit I learned how to spell phonetically and how stress and intonation are important for comprehension of the dialogues. I learned that different stress can change the complete interpretation
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Redbird
Discipline is something that I have had some difficulty with recently. This unit has been really useful in giving ideas on how best to enforce discipline within my classroom. I have learnt the importa
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Renfrow
This unit covered the different types/techniques and practices for teaching English in a classroom setting. The lesson went in-depth on the Engage Study Activate lesson type and gave many examples of
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Rentiesville
If a teacher can manage the classes well, everyone is going to benefit: the students are learning in a relaxing and supporting environment; and the teacher himself/herself will be more comfortable and
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Reydon
As it was written/told in the unit 8; The future tenses are the most complex areas of the English language. I see no reason why learning the future tense is complex( hard to learn) rather than complex
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Ringling
Unit 12 taught how the productive skills are speaking and listening. Controlled activities, such as drilling and prompting are accuracy based and are usually employed within the study phase. Guided ac
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Ripley
Unit 16 explains the various forms of Conditionals, and how to properly identify reported speech. The various forms of Conditionals are Zero conditional, First conditional, Second conditional, Third c
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Rock Island
First in this unit I learned about the many methodologies that there are and how choosing one to focus on can be very difficult. All the different methodologies have their own pros and cons, but the u
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Rocky
The topics covered in this unit covered how to teach vocabulary, grammar, and language functions, and then we were given examples of activities and lesson plans using the ESA method to teach these var
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Roff
After watching the two video demonstrations certain key principles have been emphasised. Firstly that the class teacher is responsible for setting a warm, caring, nurturing learning atmosphere. Monito
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Roland
This unit covered the different roles of a teacher, why teachers and students are motivated to teach and learn English, respectively, how adults (18+) and younger students are approaching the class, a
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Roosevelt
Thinking back on my one on one classes and group classes, I enjoyed asking opinions, ideas, and experiences from my students as I see it as an opportunity for students to practice expressing themselve
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Rosedale
This unit has helped me form ideas of how I would manage my class. It gives helpful recommendations for seating arrangement, behavioral correction techniques, and how to build good rapport with your c
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Rosston
In this unit, we learned the future tenses including the future simple, the future continuous, etc. There is some new knowledge I learned from this unit. The difference between shall and will. The two
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Rush Springs
In unit 14 I learned about the advantages and disadvantages in the usage of course books. I got to understand about how to better choose a course book (if I am lucky enough to ever get to choose!) and
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Ryan
A student will get the most out of an English class that incorporates multiple techniques presented in this unit. There is no method that can replace natural language acquisition. Total immersion is t
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