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Abbottstown
This unit was designed to make teachers aware of the advantages and disadvantages of using course books in the classroom. My biggest takeaway from the lesson was not to be too tied to a textbook, no m
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Ada
In this unit I understood how ESA methods such as straight Arrow, Patchwork, and Boomerang can be implemented in teaching new language. I have learnt that students need four things when teaching new l
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Adamsburg
Unit 9 : - The function of lesson planning: An aid to planning, A working document, A record - Basics of lesson planning: simple, flexible, don’t script it, same structure, write anticipated time f
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Adamstown
This unit is a clear example of how important teacher's attitude is to engage and foster student's participation. Creating a warmth, confident and secure atmosphere is vital to get a successful lesson
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Addison
I have learnt that there are different ways of evaluating and testing students - before courses in the form of placement tests and diagnostic tests to gauge their ability so as to place them in the ap
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Akron
Modal auxiliary verbs can control the formality and meaning of the main verb. They control the power exercised by the speaker as well. They also reveal different levels of knowledge and questioning.
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Alba
In unit nineteen entitles teaching special groups we discussed different methodologies that would be helpful in each varying group. The special groups in this lesson consisted of young students, child
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Albion
Unit 19 gives us information about teaching different special groups. They include teaching beginners, teaching individual students, teaching children, teaching business English or teaching English fo
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Alburtis
It is very interesting to realize that there are different elements to take into account when teaching new vocabulary and new learning structures. Up until know I had never realized that there were ea
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Aldan
This unit reflected upon the conjugation and usage of verbs in the past tense. The structure of the unit was very similar to the present tense verb section. This unit went over the simple, continuous,
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Alexandria
There are some factors that play an important role in teaching effect: - Teacher attitude to the students, - Teacher's voice (clarity, complexity, speed,...etc) - Teacher's introductions and explaina
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Allenport
This lesson was well put out. The videos illustrated everything we learnt during lessons 1-9. I've learnt that the teachers attitude played a major role in how students responded and participated in t
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Altus
This unit described what the initial atmosphere is in a common teaching environment. As the teacher, I should be able to motivate the students, while keeping a professional attitude with the students.
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Alva
Of all the units studied so far during this course, this has indeed been the most useful in terms of practical application in teaching the English Language to foreign students. Having learnt much of t
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Ambler
The unit consists of two videos that potrays unappropriate and appropriate way of teaching with ESA technique. The first video naturally made me uncomfortable as the teacher was too straight up and he
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Ambridge
This Unit helped me organize the lesson plan and see an example of it for reference. Although I had hoped for more examples, the one provided in the chapter gave me prper guidleines to work with and h
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Anadarko
In this unit and the unit on present tenses, the most helpful thing for me to learn was the specific usages for each tense. Often in the classes I assist with, my students will ask what the difference
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Antlers
I have learned a lot from this unit. I have learned that the modal auxiliary verbs can have many expressions. This chapter did a great job on providing a chart on the uses and different tenses in diff
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Apache
Thanks to this unit I know which tests are conducted where, such as external exams that is not conducted at language schools. I am also aware of the different types of tests at different stages, such
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Apollo
This unit has taught me about modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, passive voice, and relative clauses. Modal auxiliary verbs add meaning to a verb by expressing obligation, probability, possibility,
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Applewold
In this Unit about future tenses we learn that this is very complex for L2s. It is easy to get confused about something that will happen in the future, vs something that will be happening for an indef
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Archbald
This unit covered practical aspects of teaching, i.e. how to teach. It covered several methods and explained how to use them. It then focused on ESA (Engage Study Activate), which is a teaching method
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Ardmore
This unit was about evaluation and testing in classes, as it is a useful way for teachers to decide what students need to work on/are comfortable with, and also track their progress. In this unit, I l
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Arendtsville
In this unit, I learned that a good teacher will have a positive attitude throughout the lesson. He is engaging, friendly and always respectful of the different opinions the students give. It is impo
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Armagh
I found this the most effective unit in terms of teaching a language. It includes the basic methodologies and techniques of learning and teaching. It explains the main methodology of the EFL course, d
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Arona
In this unit, unit 6, I learned about past simple tense, past continuous tense, past perfect tense, and past perfect continuous tense. With continuous tense, you use "to be" and then "ing." This tense
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Ashland
The visual aspect to this unit made it very easy for me to grasp the theory, especially since I learn better visually. The fact that two examples, the opposite of one another, was given adds on to why
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Ashley
This introductory unit of parts of speech provided a great insight to understanding the roles played by different words used in everyday interaction. The section revealed that there are specific rules
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Ashville
There were so many things I had never took the time to stop and think about the difficulties to teach somebody who has a different alphabet and a different direction of writing and reading, the additi
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Aspinwall
I learned about teaching productive skills including speaking and writing. Speaking and writing are both used for communication, but writing is said to be the most neglected skill because it is not in
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Atglen
This unit discussed pronunciation and phonology. I learned that it is the most neglected aspect of English teaching due to the lack of confidence of many foreign teachers and a lack of training for m
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Athens
This unit covered the forms of the future tense, their uses, student mistakes and teaching ideas. These forms include the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect c
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Atoka
This chapter focuses on different ways one can teach students, depending on the Engage, Activate, and Study phases and whether the topic is about teaching vocabulary or teaching structure. When teach
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Atwood
This unit was useful in giving an example lesson plan and worksheets that include the Engage/Study/Activate phases. I would like to try out the animal lesson plan with a small group of beginner studen
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Auburn
In this unit I learnt that grammar skills are very important in every aspect of life. Some people may think that correct grammar only matters to educators and is not real important in daily life. In
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Austin
This unit was very informative in teaching about the different types of groups you can encounter when teaching English. Noting the various types of beginners, utilizing different methods and technique
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Avalon
In Unit 5 I learned about the four past tense types: past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. They are very similar to the four present tense types. I think that past s
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Avis
In this unit I examined and learnt the principles of Modal auxiliary verbs i.e. that Modal verb are followed by a verb in its base form. I also learnt the fundamental of the Passive versus the Active
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Avoca
This unit presents us with interesting ideas on how one could develop lesson material.It tells us about the difference between authentic and created materials and also the advantages and disadvantages
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Avondale
wow. this one is a difficult one, even for native english speakers. many of us dont really know how to use these so well. or that each direct speech tesne changes to reported speeh and the tense chang
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Avonmore
In this unit we were transported into the dirty dealings of the past and how we express them in our English language. We dove into the past simple and kept diving into the past continuous. We thought
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Baden
It is helpful to know the different kinds of assessments and their uses for student progress and achievement. It was especially helpful to mention students' feedback in evaluations from students them
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Baldwin
From this lesson, we learned about teaching special groups. I appreciated learning about the several techniques and ideas I can use when teaching young children. The most important thing I will rememb
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Bally
While selecting vocabulary for students, it is important that its appropriacy, teachability, and how frequently the words are used. While creating lesson plans, I intend to measure the value of my voc
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Bangor
After viewing both of the videos from the unit, the importance of the relationship between the student and teacher is made clear. The first video depicts a teacher who is rushed, disorganized, unfrien
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Barkeyville
With this unit I learned that educators must have the ability to understand, guide and enlighten his or her fellow students or mentees to develop their language skills. This ability for guidance can
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Barnsdall
After completing Chapter 6, I better understand the differences between a simple, continuous and perfect tenses. A simple past tense typically adds -ed to the end of a verb, unless it is irregular. Co
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Bartlesville
What I primarily learned from this section is the importance of the instructor's attitude during the class and proper planning of a lesson before the class. While I appreciate these videos for provid
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Bath
This unit discussed teaching receptive skills. The two receptive skills are reading and listening. We read and listen for a purpose or for entertainment, but often, for both. To read and/or listen
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Beallsville
This unit is the last English grammar lesson in the program and focused on discussing, modals, phrasal verbs, and the active-passive voice in the sentence. Modals add meaning to the main verb and diff
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