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Sellersville
In this unit, I learned how much the attitude of a teacher can affect the success of a lesson. In each video, the teacher's positive or negative attitude was apparent in everything he did. It was espe
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Seminole
In Unit 4 I learned about the different forms of the present tense. There are four forms: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Each of these four forms
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Seven Fields
this unit is about future tense, there are many kinds of future tense. the future simple, the future countinous, the future perfect, the future perfect countinue,be going + infinitive, the present si
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Seven Springs
Unit 11 – Teaching receptive skills THIS WAS BY FAR THE BEST UNIT I HAVE STUDIED!!! Unit 11 was packed with great information. For example, I had no idea “men and women working in offices often
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Seven Valleys
This unit showed the importance of writing and speaking. It also revealed to me the common problem with teaching writing that it is normally left for homework, which is rarely completed. This unit als
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Seward
This Unit keys in on past tenses and identifies many exceptions to rules. It illustrates how complicated English is, and how we native English speakers take the many aspects of our language about past
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Sewickley
The various roles that a teacher plays in order to find harmony and equilibrium in the classroom I found stood out the most for me. Allowing students to engage amongst themselves, acting sometimes as
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Sewickley Heights
It is very interesting to see the different ways that learning groups benefit from other things. The needs evaluation is a tool I have never used. I like the idea of having a better understanding of w
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Sewickley Hills
The future tense can be classified into seven types. The future simple which is the most common one and is used for talking about future facts. The future continuous is the equivalent of the present c
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Shade Gap
certainly, It is easier than other topic to test grammar. In korea english education, It is focused on for checking that howmuch know obout rule of english to make grade. so, it's not difficult to me.
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Shamokin Dam
In this unit, we take the engage, study, activate structure and learn about how to apply it to specific lesson plans regarding grammar and vocabulary topics. With lesson planning, the goal is not to p
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Shanksville
The use of course books are essential however, this unit made valid points on how to be creative. The use of authentic materials and created materials can be interchanged and used in lessons. Authenti
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Sharon Hill
This was a short but important unit on the receptive skills needed for learning a language. In my own language learning journeys, I have been exposed to various methods of learning how to read and lis
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Sharpsburg
I find that this unit was very important in many different ways. It showed me a few different options on how I should be planning my lesson plan for smooth easy class flow. It also pointed out a few p
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Sharpsville
In this unit we learned about productive skills in more detail. Speaking and writing are considered productive skills, it say s writing is the most neglected skill in the TEFL world because many teach
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Shawnee
This unit discussed teaching productive skills which are speaking and writing. People communicate because they want to say something, they want to listen to something, or are interested in what is be
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Sheakleyville
Managing a classroom is very important in allowing your students to be able to learn at there full potential. Everything matters from teacher's body language to the seating arrangement of the desks.
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Shelocta
Chapter 8 is about the Future Tense. There are 7 structures: future simple, continue, perfect, perfect continue, going to future, present simple and the present continue. It is easy to confuse between
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Shenandoah
This unit describes when and how to use the present tenses. Before reviewing it, I mainly wasn't able to justify the use of tenses. So now, knowing the reasons, we can understand how to activate learn
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Shickshinny
There are multiple methods to teach and learn a foreign language. Each of these methods contain many positive and negative elements. It is also pertinent to recognize the level of the student in order
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Shidler
In this Troubleshooting Unit, the information is interesting and easy to understand. It is a summation of the different units that were used to complete this section of the course. The use of native l
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Shillington
Since I have been working as an EAL teacher in a couple of international schools, I already knew almost everything explained along the unit regarding placement tests, progress tests, and other assessm
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Shinglehouse
Is really necessary for both, teachers and students to know which group students are into, since categorizing them will enormously change the materials used, the strategies and techniques, etc. When
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Shippensburg
Today, I learned that there is a wide variety of teaching tools available for teachers to effectively teach their students about the English language. Personally, I think using the board as visuals fo
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Shippenville
The unit talks about receptive skills that are reading and listening. It states the two reasons and motives for reading and listening. They are for a purpose and for entertainment. The unit also expla
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Shippingport
Unit 18 : - Modal verbs: will, should, may. Might, can, could, would, need to, need not to, have got to add meaning to the main verb such as : o Ability, obligation, possibility, Advice, permission
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Shiremanstown
What I learnt in this Unit that there are instances within English Grammar where ‘Conditionals’ sets the frame in the construct of a sentence within certain scenarios and time periods. For example
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Shirleysburg
This Unit 9 explained and gave a sufficiently detailed information on Planning lessons. It is true that too much planning can make lessons rather rigid and stop the teacher from being flexible to the
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Shoemakersville
After studying this chapter, I think, I knew the tense vaguely. I didn’t know that future simple tense use no present evidence, even I knew the future simple tense and ‘be going to’ form equall
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Shrewsbury
Visual aids are one of the most important thing in teaching language. They can be any physical object vhich is visible and hearable. Realia is the thing which students can touch and feel. When the tea
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Silverdale
This unit was focusing on what to think of when teaching special groups. Since I will be teaching children in the future I've been looking forward to read these kind of advice. I have understood that
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Sinking Spring
Unfortunately I have not had the privilege of using most of these aids in my teaching room. But now I will be able to use them thanks to the instruction you have provided I am especially excited for u
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Skiatook
In Unit 11 I learned about the different usages of receptive language, how it is done, and how to teach reading and listening. One way to avoid problems while teaching reading and listening is to pre-
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Slatington
Unit 1 detailed the qualities, roles and responsibilities of the teacher and learners. I learned that a good teacher should care, motivate, be patient and ensure that the learner learns the subject ma
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Slaughterville
I found this chapter more confusing then the other grammatical chapters. I think it's because so many of the tenses can overlap eachother or be inter-used. It is definitely material that I need to b
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Sligo
What I learnt from this unit is that the use of course books are a contentious topic among EFL Teachers. As such, I was eager to learn how best to use course books to the advantage and benefits of the
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Slippery Rock
After finishing this unit, I have understood the importance and methods of teaching the productive skills writing and speaking. From experience and reading through this unit, I felt that speaking woul
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Smethport
From this unit, I have learnt the difference between using authentic and created materials and which is more suitable for my students. I also found out the advantages, disadvantages and how to use a
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Smicksburg
In this unit we return to teaching theory and take a close look at reading and listening skills. The unit examines the importance of these skills and then covers various techniques and activities asso
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Smithfield
This unit discussed the Tense system, and the difficulties a teacher may come across when teaching future tenses. There are several future tense structures, and a couple are sometimes confused with p
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Smithton
This unit provided tips for the most effective use of the variety of classroom aids available to teachers. It also provided a large number of links to online resources that may be useful for a teacher
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Snow Shoe
This lesson gives an overview for how to teach pronunciation. For intonation, it is best to simply give examples for what words to stress. However, accent sometimes changes this. For phonology, stude
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Snyder
A portion of classroom time should be devoted to productive skills, talking and writing. While writing is often neglected in the typical ESL classroom to minimize quiet classroom time, it's a core ski
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Snydertown
Lesson twenty commences my time as a student of the TELF and my learning phase will soon to be commencing. Lesson twenty covered techniques that can be used in troubleshooting situations. This will be
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Somerset
Planning a lesson is not as simple as it seems for a beginner like me. At the beginning of trying to plan my lesson, I find it a bit confusing to separate study and activate stages. But after trying
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Souderton
So once again to express my thoughts in brief. The most common thing is a zero conditional. A sentence structure "If/when + present tense, present tense" represents a zero conditional. Then there are
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South Bethlehem
Unit 8 I found unit eight to be both interesting and a little confusing. Not in the way it was written but being able to understand all the uses for the future tenses. The first four future tenses are
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South Coatesville
This unit was particularly important and particularly interesting because prior to reading it, I knew very limited information about conditionals. Conditionals were always something that gave me troub
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South Connellsville
Unit 6 is a refresher of the four past tenses, the past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. The past simple is used for actions completed in the past - 'Jesus wept'. Th
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South Fork
Unit 15 – Evaluation and testing Unit 15 covers some of the most common types of tests or testing and evaluation methods used to monitor the progress of our students. Starting usually with a placem
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