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Honey Brook
With this unit being the last grammar unit, modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice were covered. Modals were pretty straight forward, they express different ideas such as obligation, possibility, per
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Hooker
These unit showed two videos of contrasting teacher styles. They took place in actual class room and were a full length lesson plan. In the first video the teacher had an increasingly worse attitude,
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Hookstown
In Unit Eight, I learned about the seven different future tenses used in English. I was surprised to learn that present simple and present continuous can be used in the future tense under certain usag
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Hooversville
This unit of the course thus far I have found to be the most taxing. However, what I have learnt is that an effective Teacher should always consider 'Pronunciation' an integral part of teaching Englis
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Hop Bottom
This chapter was detailed and gave me essential knowledge on the use of course books and materials used when teaching. While I've seen many teaching materials and lessons duplicated from teacher to te
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Hopewell
This unit was particularly hard. I can see why it was situated at the end of the course. There was a lot of ground to cover and I will be paying particular attention to phrasal verbs as I anticipate t
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Houston
This unit focused on the different types of challenges that an instructor will be faced with during a class. Whether it is reluctant students or an issue with students only speaking their own language
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Houtzdale
This unit concentrated on the various forms and usages of the future tense and how to create activities that focus on those forms separately. The auxiliary verb "will" may be exchanged for may/might/s
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Howard
Thanks to this unit I know that the two productive skills are writing and speaking. A lot of learners do not speak in classes, having a understanding as to what may be the reason, can make it easier t
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Hughestown
The content of this section is very helpful; all of it. it is a good refresher of what we use every day. I like the fact that many, many examples are given to know which words belong where. Most of th
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Hughesville
Working through this unit was, in many ways, like doing a review of the previous units I have completed; namely 'Parts of Speech (Unit 2)' and 'The Present Tenses (Unit 4)'. In these units I learnt ab
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Hugo
This unit deals with ways to teach new language including vocabulary, grammatical structures as well as language functions. I particularly appreciated that we were given example lesson structures usin
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Hulmeville
I really enjoyed this unit a lot because I was able to see how the teacher's interaction effect the students. In the first lesson I felt a bet confuse by the teacher's action because I didn't really u
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Hummelstown
This unit, unit seventeen, was about different resources and teaching aids that are available to use in the classroom. For example, one thing I read was the pros and cons of using an overhead projecto
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Hunker
I think the contents of this unit were relatively easy. One of the key things in this unit is ‘Accuracy and Fluency’, but while studying, I get the sense that this unit is speaking with a nuances
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Hunter
In this unit I was fortunate enough to time travel on the machine of the English language into the future tense. I stopped by the future simple at the local public library and announced I will finish
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Huntingdon
Because of the good basis in chapter four, I found this chapter to be easier to understand and simultaneously helped to clarify the grammar of the present tenses in lesson 4. Particularly even the fi
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Hyde Park
Unit 7 – Teaching new language Unit seven is about how we can apply the ESA methodology first introduced in unit three. Unit seven goes into a bit more detail about how to create an ESA lesson plan
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Hydetown
This unit gives us an overview of teaching different groups of students such as beginners (various levels), children, learners coming for specific business purpose and also how to cope with monolingua
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Hyndman
In the sixth unit of our ITTT Training Course, we learned about the different types of Past Tenses that are commonly used in the English language which include past simple tense, past continuous past
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Idabel
This unit was about modal verbs, relative clauses, the passive voice and phrasal (transitive and intransitive) verbs. I feel that I now have a better grasp on the actual rules for the passive voice in
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Indian Lake
Teacher’s book must be comprehensive enough to be a help to the teacher. This book should provide all the recorded material, summaries of the aims and new teaching points of each lesson, a summary o
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Indiana
This unit was based upon the importance of having a lesson plan and techniques that can be used to better help inexperienced teachers to smoothly lead the classroom. A lesson plan serves three purpose
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Industry
This unit, in my opinion, was not as interesting as the others. It was very informative, but tense changes is something I struggle with myself so it was difficult. Reported speech is a topic that I le
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Ingram
Unit 7 ? 4 things for a student to learn the language 1. To be exposed to 2. Understand it’s meaning 3. To know the structure 4. To practice & use it ? Teaching vocabulary: Students receptive i
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Inola
Unit 20 - First lesson ; o New group: students know each other, rapport is essential, Existing group: familiar with each other o First lesson, no course books, rapport, find out student & their lang
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Irvona
In this unit, I learned about receptive skills and how to effectively teach them. I have learned that we not only read and listen with our ears and eyes, but with our minds as well to be able to under
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Irwin
The videos were a lot of fun to watch. Sometimes we think we are doing everything in a proper manner but when we look at somebody else doing it, we realize that we are making some of the same mistakes
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Ivyland
This unit although it didn't present a challenge it was very insightful. The English language isn't as simple as many people say it is. To speak a language is very different from knowing the structure
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Jackson Center
There are four past tenses in English. Use them to talk about things that started and ended in the past or things that started in the past and continue to the present. Simple Past for actions starting
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Jacobus
I found this section more confusing than the others, especially during the test to continually find the answer that is "NOT"... For me, personally, it made the subject matter a bit puzzling in the way
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Jamestown
While often neglected, students need proper lessons in pronunciation included in their ESL learning. Teachers should take the time to review the proper intonation of sentences as the same sentence wit
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Jay
Unit 7 was very informative on how to introduce new vocabulary and grammar to students in different ways. It gave helpful examples like the ESA straight arrow, patchwork, and boomerang approach. Addit
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Jeddo
Completing the grammar section of the course, this unit discussed modal verbs, verbs that modify the main verb by adding meaning. Modal verbs are often used to express ability, make requests, discuss
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Jefferson
Interesting indeed. I was highly fascinated by the phonics alphabet. I will use it more often. This unit was also challenging. The issue is also a challenge because at times the way certain words are
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Jefferson Hills
Watching the first lesson became difficult to watch because of the harsh, negative, confusing, and condescending nature of the teacher. One could assume that being a student in his class would be very
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Jenkintown
In this unit, I learned about the different kinds of future tense which are the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going to + infinitive, present simple, a
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Jenks
This unit gave an in-depth look at the sound system of the English language, with overviews of intonation, stress (both within words and across sentences), and the technical aspects of pronunciation.
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Jennerstown
I appreciate learning about the techniques and methods of teaching the English language to varying groups - from beginners to professionals. Obviously, handling these diverse groups would require a di
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Jermyn
This unit gives an overview of modals, phrasal verbs and voice, which form the foundation of English grammar. Those learning English as a foreign language make common mistakes in using these and hence
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Jersey Shore
Lesson planning isn't a joke. It is a serious component to the entire teaching process. Inexperienced teachers benefit from lesson planning as long as they don't rigidly adhere to it. The idea is to h
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Jessup
This unit was a clear review on different forms of the present tense. I found the unit especially helpful and clear because I often had confusion as an English learner myself when understanding the pr
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Jim Thorpe
This unit was brief but informed me a lot about different tests that can be given both in and out of the classroom. It informed me about several external exams that I had no prior knowledge about and
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Johnsonburg
The most helpful sections of this unit were the ESA structure. Teaching vocabulary, grammar structures, and language functions can seem like a cohesive task. The way students learn is different for ea
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Jones
This unit effectively outlined the different roles of the teacher and learner. It has helped me to reflect on the various skills which I will need to adopt with learners of different ages and abilitie
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Jonestown
This unit brought to my attention/understanding that though it focuses on grammar, vocabulary, and functions, the structure of each changes, as well as depends on the ESA lesson chosen. When it come
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Juniata Terrace
This unit introduced me to the various types of learners and what I, as their teacher, could expect from them and viceversa; what the students could expect from me depending on their level and age. I
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Kane
This unit focuses on the basics rules and guidelines in teaching pronunciation and phonology. It was emphasized that pronunciation is the most neglected aspect of English language teaching as most tea
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Karns City
This Unit identifies to teachers how to decipher each part of a sentence. When one learns English from an early stage in life, sentences seem to form naturally as we here them. Only Grammar can make s
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Kellyville
I've learnt to understand another tens, the future tenses. It was, as you said in the beginning of the unit, a complex one, since there is so many different uses for it and also because some of the 'p
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