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Bear Creek Village
Once again, another important unit (like unit 11) as it's about communication. However , productive skills can be a lot more challenging & daunting than receptive skills as more pressure is put on the
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Bear Lake
This unit was by far the most interesting of all the chapters. This unit showed me several useful ways to improve the language learning of the classroom while pointing out the strengths of each teachi
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Beaver
This unit was very helpful to understand better the past tenses, but also to compare it to the present tenses and understand the similarities. It describes the usage of the past simple, past continuou
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Beaver Meadows
This unit discussed teaching vocabulary, grammar, and functions. I read that the difficulty of learning new vocabulary depends on the similarity to the students' language, the English words they alre
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Beavertown
In this unit, I learned about conditionals, direct and reported speech, as well as creative ways on how we can teach these to our future students. I think the activities included in this module are fu
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Bechtelsville
Assessing a students initial abilities and progress, as well as preparing them for external exams, will become a necessary part of my duties as an ESL instructor. After reviewing this chapter's conten
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Bedford
Unit 8 o Future simple : will/shall/going to+ base form , ? He will pass the test ? Shall we go to play? ? It is going to be a bad trip. they are debating all the time o Usage :will / future facts &
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Beech Creek
In this unit we have studied the basic characteristics and roles of good teachers and good learners. We have also seen certain factors that should be taken into account when teaching, such as age, cul
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Beggs
Unit eleven taught us the four basic skills in language: listening, reading, speaking, and writing. Unit eleven also answered why we read and listen as well as showed how to break those skills down i
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Bell Acres
This unit discussed common problems teachers face and their possible solutions. For first lessons, teachers must get to know the students. For classes with different kinds of learners, the teacher can
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Belle Vernon
This unit highlights and focuses on the importance of time when we report and/or express hypothetical situations. Time determines if a conversation takes a hypothetical tone (conditional form) and if
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Bellefonte
This unit explained future tenses and how to use them in a sentence. This was similar to last unit, except instead of talking about present tenses, its explaining future tenses. Future simple for exam
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Bellwood
ESA(Engage-Study-Activate) lesson is the most effective method in the classroom. It is possible to apply to most teaching methods. In my opinion, When the teacher leads the class, the teacher should s
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Ben Avon
This lesson gives an overview of how specific teacher aids can be used effectively in the classroom, and the specific problems that can arise with their use. The most often used aid will be the whiteb
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Ben Avon Heights
This unit made me realize all the different factors that go into managing a classroom. It made me realize that one cannot just teach the same lesson plan to all types of classes without making key cha
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Bendersville
Productive skills are quite often the most difficult to teach and learn, especially with students that have totally different alphabets, and for whom the pronunciation is complicated since they also a
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Bennington
Through this unit, we examined the importance of the receptive skills of reading and listening. When activating these receptive skills, whether it is for a purpose or for entertainment, we employ a se
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Benson
This unit was visual in nature showing two videos of ESA style classes. The first was an example of a poorly taught class. The teacher arrived after the students, did not engage them at the beginning
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Bentleyville
This unit has helped me to understand the difference between authentic (poems, music, menus, films, etc), and created ( role-play cards, crosswords, picture stories, etc) material. Especially with the
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Benton
This unit showed two examples of classroom teaching via video; the first video demonstrated errors in teaching techniques that led to a less successful lesson compared to the second video, which featu
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Berlin
Unit 7 gives information of the structure of English and how we can easily apply ESA method to introduce a new language.Vocabulary,grammar and language functions are three factors of English language.
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Bernville
The opening unit of this course is designed to introduce students to the roles and attributes they will be required to use and master in order to become a successful teacher. The unit also explains th
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Berrysburg
These two demo lessons were very interesting. In the first lesson it easy to understand that the teacher made a lot of mistakes. for example he began explaning the topic with too complicated words whi
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Berwick
This unit covered the importance of teaching special groups. The groups mentioned ranged from beginners to individual lessons to teaching business English. As highlighted in this lesson, no two people
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Bessemer
I would like to teach Middle or High school students as an EFL instructor. Understanding how to teach writing effectively will be important for teaching an older demographic so that they can use Engli
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Bethany
In this Unit, I have learnt that, when understanding the Equipment and Teaching Aids best to employ in teaching English as a foreign language, different schools have different resources. Consequently,
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Bethel Acres
Classroom management refers to the wide variety of skills and techniques that teachers use to keep students organized, orderly, focused, attentive, on task, and academically productive during a class.
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Big Beaver
This unit covered the methods of evaluation and testing I can employ when checking on my students, as well as the various tests a teacher could set to track their progress and alter the course to suit
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Big Run
This unit has taught me the different types of roles that teachers and students can assume in the education environment. I believe it is important to recognize all the roles that are required of a tea
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Biglerville
In this unit, I learned about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals contain ‘if’ or ‘when’ and refer to past, present, or future possibilities. The ‘if’ condition needs to be sati
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Billings
In this Unit we encounter various types of speech involving conditions and reported speech. There are five types of clauses that we will be teaching: Zero clause, first conditional clause, second cond
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Birdsboro
In this lecture we studied both conditional phrasing as well as reported speech. Conditional are sentences that contain the word 'if' (or a similar expression such as 'when') and are meant to refer to
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Birmingham
We had the chance to compare two classes teached in two different ways. One of them seemed to be more effective than the other one. In class 1 we could observe the teacher making several errors which
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Bixby
Amazing unit full of useful resources and teaching ideas! When I started teaching I felt so naked and insecure without a textbook, but once I started having more experience and my confidence increas
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Blackwell
This unit gives an overview of receptive skills and how teachers can help to develop these in ESL learners.It teaches us techniques of developing writing and speaking skills in class. It then tells us
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Blain
This chapter introduces the receptive skill, Speaking and writing and explain to us why the receptive skill is important to students. How to improve them receptive skills. Allow students to associate
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Blairsville
In this unit, I learned about the past tenses, namely, the simple past, the past continuous, the past perfect, and the past perfect continuous. The simple past is formed by adding -ed to regular verbs
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Blakely
This unit covered a variety of different phrasal types. This unit was slightly confusing to me as it was very heavily rooted in grammar. It has been so long since I studied transitive verbs and direct
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Blanchard
If I will be teaching Business English students and doing needs analysis. I would like to know what is it exactly that the client (the person paying for the class) expects at it’s end. I would like
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Blawnox
Unit 12 is about productive skills (i.e. Speaking and writing). It talks about the importance of accuracy and fluency in productive skills, activities to do in the classroom to encourage speaking, ESA
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Bloomfield
Lesson planning is very important to the organization and structuring of a lesson as illustrated in this section, but I appreciated that you also mentioned the importance of flexibility and not being
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Blooming Valley
This unit was interesting and showed me the positives and negatives of using a course book which got me thinking whether I should try and use a course book or not. This unit also showed me the importa
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Blossburg
Testing and evaluating our students is crucial for their success. We must place them properly in classes suited to their learning level. Unit 15 is all about the various kinds of internal and external
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Boise City
This chapter was challenging to learn as it was indeed rather unfamiliar to me even as a native speaker. It made me realise the importance of foreign language teachers knowing this as it really would
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Boley
The use of present tenses can often be challenging and confusing, especially if there's similarities in learning them. I think this section was important because it showed each part broken down in pie
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Bolivar
In this unit, I learned about pronunciation and phonology. To start, intonation is the variation of volume and pitch. It is what carries the message and it is usually used in questioning, agreeing/dis
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Bonneauville
In this unit the topic of productive skills was taught - i.e. writing and speaking. The unit was split into two sections: the first was about speaking and the second was about writing. I feel that I h
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Boswell
Based on experience, I agree that lesson planning aids in meeting the objectives of not only language teaching but teaching as a whole. I always prefer to make a lesson plan ahead of time before setti
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Bowmanstown
From this unit we observed the various lesson materials and course books that can be used when teaching in addition to preparing a lesson. There are two types of course materials that teachers can uti
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Boyertown
This Unit concentrates on the present tense. We learned about the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and the present perfect continuous forms. We learned the use cases for each form
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