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Burlington
The first video demonstrates a bad example of teaching method while the second is a good example of an effective lesson. From this unit, I have learnt that building good rapport with students and havi
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Burns Flat
This unit talked about the sentences’ structure and usages of future tenses and also some teaching ideas for it. I learnt grammars in the past so this unit is more like a review to me. However, I wa
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Butler
From this unit, I have learnt the variety of supportive tools such as course books and lesson materials that can be used by teachers to aid their student through the learning process. These materials
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Butner
This unit was extremely useful as vocabulary work/exercises are important part of a lesson. It is very important to teach students practical, useful words unlike the words or phrases in the method of
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Byars
In this unit, I learned that the attitude of a teacher is very important. As a good teacher, he must be patient and kind. In addition, he needs to pay attention to what he says during the class, to bu
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Byron
In this unit, we learned about how to use evaluation and test to help teacher to know more about and support the students' learning. During students' daily learning, there are placement test, progress
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Caddo
This section was very useful as this is another important grammar topic that I am able to use daily but do not understand what actually lies behind it. I found the explanations in this unit very helpf
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Calera
This unit is about the importance and ways of teaching vocabulary, grammar, and functions. It also explains the ESA patterns to follow for teaching vocabulary, language structure, and grammar. This is
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Calumet
I've learnt about different methods and approaches to a language; all the games and activities will be very useful too; Also I'd like to highlight the importance of the difference between mistakes and
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Calvin
Course books save so much time and effort from researching and designing a syllabus to follow and implement in class. However, I agree that it is best to supplement such with authentic or created supp
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Camargo
Unit 19 covered the various types of special groups that might be taught, and how to cater to their respective learning needs. The various types of beginners are absolute beginners, false beginners, a
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Cameron
In this unit, we learned past tenses, including past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. The most useful part for me is that there are clear lists for usage, common mist
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Canadian
The unit gave a thorough and concise review of the different types of assessment tests particularly in terms of English language exams. However, I am expecting more from this unit like content on conc
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Caney
In this unit, It's really good to see the real examples of the lessons. First of all, it's quite important for the teacher to bring the positive energy into the classroom, at the same time, always use
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Canton
This unit was about the roles of teachers and learners in the ESL classrooms. It gave a number of compelling comments about what makes a good teacher as well as the nine different roles the ESL teache
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Canute
Comprehension is the first step in learning a new language. The latent idea is that learning oral production will be greatly facilitated if the approach followed is in line with to teaching compr
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Capron
The Past Tense relates to things that have previously or have already happened. Grammatically the rules that relate to the past tense are similar to the present tense. The Continuous Past tense uses t
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Cardin
Unit 3 provided me an overlook of the EFL methodology. Generally speaking there is a big variety of methods and techniques that can be possibly used in the class. Some of them such as audio-lingualism
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Carmen
In this unit, I have learnt a lot about the necessary equipment to use in a class room. I have come to know about the IWB interactive white boards, along with the application packages. I have also se
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Carney
This unit focused on teaching productive skills. I learned the importance of using games in lessons and how important this can be for student understanding. I also developed a deeper understanding of
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Carrier
The unit stated that shouting at problematic students is not going to instill discipline or control in class or students. Although I have not shouted in a class as I prefer to confront the student and
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Carter
This unit provides good insights on how to manage the classroom in both a fun and practical manner. It is essential that teachers manage a classroom or no learning will take place. This is something t
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Cashion
An interesting unit indeed, that helps in remembering and adding a stronger base to what it means the basic tenses used to learn English. As well some helpful points regarding teaching methods and eng
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Castle
In this unit, we learned that how to conduct the lesson of speaking and writing and these two productive skills are very important as well as those receptive skills. During the lesson, every part of t
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Catoosa
Understanding on language teaching theories, methods and techniques is crucial since it is the foundation to be a great ESL teacher, from a novice to an expert. This unit preempts any teaching problem
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Cement
Unit 19 covered the methodologies of teaching English classes to the following kinds of groups: beginners (who may be beginners for different reasons), children, individual (1-on-1) students, business
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Central High
This unit was a bit confusing and I will read over it many more times because I want to make sure I understand the differences between the different phrasal verbs and the uses for passive voice much m
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Chattanooga
Lesson planning has many considerations. Lessons should be simple, unscripted but structured, balanced, smooth-flowing yet flexible and open to adaptation. Aids and materials should be organized, tes
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Checotah
This unit delves into the depths of pronunciation and the importance it plays in learning English language. This unit also goes in detail teaching you which parts of your vocal tract are used when lea
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Chelsea
Although I know the grammar of all four past tenses discussed in this unit, I don't actively use all of them when speaking in English. My knowledge definitelly needed some refreshment. Ideas for the a
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Cheyenne
In this unit I learned all about how to teach pronounciation. I learned how words were pronounced by looking at the mouth diagrams and places of articulation, such as velar, dental, affricative, etc.
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Cimarron City
I learned the basic types of tests we will be giving as teachers and how to help our students prepare for the external exams once they leave the classroom. The purpose of the first two tests of the ye
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Claremore
This two videos is a clear application and a clear demonstration about what to do and not to do in a class, how you keep your students focused and how to get great results right on the spot,a good and
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Clayton
I agree with this unit mentioning that the origin of a word is not necessary in improving one's vocabulary. In my case, I remember that in class, our teachers usually used pictures and actions along w
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Clearview
This unit provided many ideas on how to improve student writing and speaking. As I haven't taken language courses myself, this was very helpful to read about so I know how to get discussion going in m
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Cleo Springs
This was an intense unit as it gathered four different grammar subjects: modal verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. The unit shows how to use each of the modal verbs along with th
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Colbert
Unit 15 explains how different forms of testing are utilized in regards to learning English as a second language. The different types of tests are placement, practice, diagnostic, progress, and genera
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Colcord
I liked this lesson and learned quite a bit from it because showing the contrast of an actual English lesson helped me visualize what I should avoid doing in a lesson and what I should be focused on.
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Cole
The content of this unit is mind boggling, i took the test with the hope that i have actually learn. It clearly states the difference between speaking and knowing, in that we speak language without kn
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Colony
The content of this unit is more difficult for me than the previous. It is nice that there are examlpes for types of possible grammar structure ESA lessons. I do not sure in the last task, because on
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Cooperton
In this unit I leanred about all of the types of resources that teachers may have access to and how to use them in the best way possible. Electronics are becoming a popular way to engage students, as
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Copan
While a short topic, the subject of tenses in English are always difficult. As an English speaker, it is automatic, and the various rules are second nature. However, to teach these topics to student
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Corn
This unit demonstrates how to select and teach vocabulary and grammar. I was thinking about what would be the biggest hurdle to learning English, I decided for the homonyms.For example: bare and bear.
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Cornish
Lesson planning is extremely important to be an effective teacher. I have learnt that lesson planning helps teachers structure their lesson so that it flows coherently and covers the tasks towards the
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Council Hill
Unit 15 shows the different ways of evaluating students through various types of tests. In the unit we can see that there are different types of evaluation that can check a student's level and progres
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Covington
Unit twenty covers some potential solutions to areas where teachers may have trouble when teaching an English language class. The unit covers helpful solutions for first lessons, warmers, large classe
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Cowlington
I tried to remember what kind of course book I had used in my schools. In middle school, the course book is still attractive to the students. There are pictures and songs on it. But in senior high sch
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Coyle
In this unit I have learned to recognize the past tenses, past simple, perfect, continuous, and perfect continuous. Knowing the present tenses, I found this unit to be easier to pick up on because the
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Cromwell
This UNit was hard like the other grammar unit and the questions were quite confusing! Number 16 doesnt even have a clear answer, because on page 2 there are only 3 examples: worked, played, hoped. Th
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Crowder
This unit is useful as it investigates the importance of coursebooks for teachers of English as a Foreign Language. It also explains the difference between the authentic and non-authentic materials. I
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