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Sylvania
Unit 18 covered modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. In this unit modal auxiliary verbs were broken down into the basic rules and we were shown examples, uses and forms, as well as given practic
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Tahlequah
This unit taught me about how to teach vocabulary, introducing grammatical structures, and teaching language functions. I learned how to select the right vocabulary based on the appropriacy of the stu
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Talihina
In this unit I watched two different lessons with the same english language aim, but with a teacher who displayed very different attitudes, activities and approaches to the lesson. It was interesting
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Tamaqua
This Unit defines the types of tests and frequency at which each test is given in order to organize the students levels and address them and classify students accordingly. this helps teacher identify
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Tarentum
In this important Unit on Teaching Special Groups, we focus primarily on teaching very young learners as well as business people. Each has their own special challenges, namely fun, focus, and discipl
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Tatamy
From the video unit , I've learn about the class conduction which we have to use the teaching technique such as Engage , Presentation, Practice to run the class in order to have a success class. We ha
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Taylor
In this unit, we reviewed the various forms of conditional statements. With the zero conditional, if and when can be used interchangeably to describe a fact, often a sequence of events. The first cond
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Tecumseh
In this unit, I learned about the receptive skills reading and listening. I learned about the different specialty skills needed for reading and listening, the problems with reading and writing, and ho
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Telford
There were so many things I was not aware regarding to teaching children specially beginners and on the other hand I was much more trending to go for the expert side of the business field as an asset
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Terre Hill
Production skills in language are essential and should not be skimmed over. Students should be able to fully comprehend and produce the language they are learning. However, certain aspects may depend
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The Village
Like the other grammar units, this unit has been very helpful. It has given me a complete overview of the future tenses. As I understand them now myself,I will be able to better teach my students the
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Thomas
This lesson emphasized lesson planning and the importance of it in every lesson. It gave solid lesson plans which I should use to structure my own lessons. Every student and teacher will vary with tim
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Thompson
This unit was very challenging for me as I have only received one short lesson on phonology back in primary school. I have learnt that intonation in a sentence helps convey agreement or disagreement,
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Thompsontown
In Lesson fourteen the we discussed the topic of lesson materials and course books. I learned the benefits of authentic materials which are real and therefore more motivating for the students. It help
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Thornburg
Receptive skills are as important as productive skills and all should be equally integrated in a balanced approach. Reading and listening motives are for either a purpose or entertainment. When readin
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Three Springs
This unit discusses two of the most important skills for learning a new language and how to begin teaching them. These two skills are reading and listening. It discussed the two reasons for reading an
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Throop
In this unit, I learned about the productive skills speaking and writing. I learned about the purpose of the productive skills is to communicate and the reasons for that communication. Without the rea
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Tidioute
In the first unit I have learned what are some of the things that takes to make a good teacher and their roles. I have learned too about how to categorize the students according to their ages and the
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Timblin
the video was a really helpful tool to see the inherent comparison between the two lesson techniquees. the idea that the teacher's attutide going into the classroom is important was extremely apparent
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Tioga
Predictive skills: Predicting the meaning of a phrase in a way that an unexperienced speaker of the language would not comprehend.Specific information – scanning: Reading text but only concentrating
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Tionesta
This was a comprehensive lesson on teaching pronunciation and phonology. These are things that are often not taught in any level of schooling and neglected. These areas should still be taught for corr
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Tishomingo
The unit gave an insight into tenses or times in English language. More emphasis was however on the present tense. Its various types were exhaustively discussed. I was able to expand my knowledge of t
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Tonkawa
This was one of the shorter units, but it offered a lot of important things to consider for English classes in regards to books and materials. For beginners, it seems that books and workbooks and othe
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Topton
Unit 3 The unit is about the different teaching methodologies, o Grammar – Translation: learning through finding equivalent in native language o Audio –Lingualism : concentrate in long repetition
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Towanda
I got some helpful advice on how to teach receptive skills, how a lesson could be structured, which problems that we might meet and how to solve them. The different reading and listening skills were a
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Tower City
This unit provides an overview of several language-teaching techniques and their pros and cons, before focusing on the ESA (Engage, Study, Activate) method. The ESA method, when carried out correctly,
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Townville
I’m extremely grateful for the review of tenses, auxiliary verbs and passive and reported speech. Even though my degree was in English, I was only required to take one linguistic class. I’ve been
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Trafford
Unit 7 starts from giving brief on things tudents need to do with new language (i.e. be exposed,understand its meaning, understand how it is constructd and being able to practice and produce) followed
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Trainer
Evaluation and testing is an inseparable component in any language learning course and this unit gives us an idea on how this is to be conducted in an EFL course. The discussion on different kinds of
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Trappe
In this unit we learned about all the 7 future tenses, how to form them and when to use them. The usage in particular appeared to be fairly complex. For example for predictions based on no evidence yo
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Tremont
Vocabulary teaching: *Selecting vocabulary: - Appropriacy to the students - Appropriacy to the task - Freequency and coverage - Teachability *Students need to know about a vocabulaty item: - Meaning
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Troutville
In this unit I watched and compared two different videos. In the first video it clearly demonstrated what a bad lesson plan looks like and in the second video it shows a more productive and clear-cut
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Troy
A good teacher possesses a variety of characteristics including being kind and patient, cultivating a good relationship with the students, and successfully motivating students to learn and absorb the
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Trumbauersville
This unit focuses on the forms of the future tense. The future simple tense, constructed with I as "I will + base form", is used for certain facts, to make predictions not based on present evidence, t
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Tullytown
This unit is very strategical in teaching students English. After completing this unit I learned that there are lots of ways of teaching students which is very important because I believe that my futu
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Tulsa
In this unit, I have learned about the different parts of speech such as nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions, and conjunctions. Nouns are names of people, anim
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Tunkhannock
This unit provided useful points to consider with classroom management such as the use of eye contact, especially in showing students you're interested and confident, and in prompting them to speak. C
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Tunnelhill
In this unit we learn about the choosing and usage of coursebooks and other lesson materials for the classroom. It says that these books are loved or despised by different teachers. I personally think
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Tupelo
In this Unit we learn about modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. It reveals just how complicated English is, and that it would take four years of full time study of grammar to grasp all of th
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Turbotville
There are various ways to assess a students' language learning progress. Providing overt feedback is an essential way for students to track their progress. Evaluations and testing can be a motivating
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Turtle Creek
This lesson outlined the many tenses that English learners will have to struggle with. I feel as though, with the proper instruction and the right level of motivation, a class could be able to get thr
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Tuttle
Unit6 : past times Past simple - Usage :completed actions at definite time in the past time - Form: regular verbs :add “ed”,,irregular He played yesterday she went to the cinema last week Pa
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Twilight
Lesson 17 talks about equipment and teaching aids for the classroom. There are some teaching aids that will be more readily available than others, cassettes are not widely used anymore and harder to f
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Tyrone
In this unit, while longer than other tense English training, was more clear and understood that similar units in the past. I believe the difference is that this unit compared present and future tense
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Ulysses
This unit covered material concerning the teaching new language. It explained how to select and teach new vocabulary and included an example of an ESA lesson, as well as showing examples of how to tea
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Union City
This unit provided a lot of insight into surveying a classroom and how to set it up according to the student's needs. Also, keeping all of the students involved is hard, yet this unit named a few ways
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Union Dale
Unit 14 – Coursebooks and lesson materials Unit 14 with regard to coursebooks provides a general expectation of what one might find or hope for teaching in a classroom. Hopefully you will have some
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Unionville
This unit went over the productive skills of speaking and writing. It included the difference between accuracy and fluency for speaking as well as what activities are appropriate for each. It also inc
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Upland
As far as I know and got to know to teach a new language should be taken very seriously. Especially to lower level students, special attention to the beginners. What helps here is an advanced ESA meth
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Ursina
In Unit 3 I learned about the Engage, Study, and Activate methodology for teaching English. Engage is when the teacher peaks students’ interest and gets them involved in the lesson. This can be done
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