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Greer
There is no denying the fact that the English language has become the dominant language around the world. Since it is also important as a global language of business, it is necessary to develop the ef
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Hampton
The unit tells us about lesson planning in general, as well as what functions it performs, what basic principles should be included when writing it down. There is a number of practical advice listed o
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Hanahan
This unit is about the future tenses. The future is one of the most complex areas of English tenses, it including future simple, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous. Also â
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Hardeeville
It was really interesting to see the differences between fluency and accuracy further elaborated on in this section. I can truly understand the roles that each play in lesson planning. The description
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Harleyville
Unit 15 covers the topic of evaluating and testing students, going in-depth about the different test that may be used to determine the needs and skill level of a student. From this unit, I have learnt
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Hartsville
This unit was useful for me especially at the elementary school level. While pronunciation often crops up in the junior high school and adult classes, my main role at the elementary schools is to demo
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Heath Springs
Course books have advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, a course book can provide structure and organization for the course, useful and effective materials for lessons, and give both teache
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Hemingway
This unit shows the real example of difference between good and bad teachers. The teacher presents a wrong attitude with wrong method for English teaching in first lesson of the video. Not only he don
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Hickory Grove
Unity 18 covered three different topics which were modals, phrasal verbs and passive voices. Modals are used before verbs to add meaning to them. We use modals when talking about advice, permission, o
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Hilda
This unit gives us a clear information on the use of teaching aids and media as well as some other important information related to them. As we know we need media to deliver the lesson. Without the ri
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Hodges
I found this unit as interesting as it was difficult. I have had to spend quite some time on it and will have to study it quite a bit more to master it. I recognized the IPA from seeing it in dictiona
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Holly Hill
This unit's content covered the four present tenses, specifically, the present simple tense, the present continuous tense, the present perfect tense, and the present perfect continuous tense. It detai
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Hollywood
i learnt what common problem situations are and what we should do when we encounter these kind of problematic situations. the teacher shouldn't start the lesson directly. before that, s/he should sta
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Honea Path
There are five kinds of conditional sentences, based on their syntactical form: the zero conditional (if/when + present tense, present tense), the first conditional (if + present tense, will + base f
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Inman
This was a good lesson to let the teacher know what type of resources to use for the students. There are many different types of resources for the students to use in the classroom that can both engag
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Irmo
This unit provided information about the various types of tests and assessments which institutions and teachers give to different individuals. There are various reasons for conducting such tests and a
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Iva
Points to consider when writing the plan What is the main topic of the lesson? If the activities in the lesson have a logical link then the learners will be able to follow you and the lesson, more ea
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Jackson
In this unit we focus on the remaining two basic skills also known as "Productive Skills" which are speaking and writing. In particular we look at how these skills are used by students to understand a
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James Town
There are four principal skills, the receptive skills of listening and reading, and the productive skills of speaking and writing. The two receptive skills, listening and reading, can be effectively
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Jefferson
In this final unit we talked about balancing various issues in the classroom. We talked about building rapport in the first session, and when and where to use coursework. We talked about what tactics
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Jenkinsville
This unit cover the topics of modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice, the final components of basic English grammar not covered in the earlier parts of the course. It was interesting to read that be
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Johnsonville
In this unit we went over the phonetic script, and different teaching techniques for it. Teaching phonemes can be important so that students get across meaning in voice, not just words. Sentences can
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Johnston
I found this unit very challenging. I really had to ensure I understood all previous Grammar before attempting this test (and am honestly still am not at all confident without all my notes). I found t
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Jonesville
I do not teach grammar as a subject, but need to refer to it in all my reading, writing and speaking lessons. I teach kindergarten and beginners English, and am always introducing and practicing new v
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Kershaw
In this unit, importance of 4 basic skills in any language is mentioned, with focus on reading and listening which are called Receptive skills. Both these skills require thorough involvement not only
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Kiawah Island
This unit’s focus was the teaching of new vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. I learned what criteria to go by when selecting what vocabulary to teach, what students need to
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Kingstree
In this unit we learned about teaching receptive skills. This involved teaching reading and listening techniques, such as skimming versus scanning. We talked about how reading, listening, speaking and
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Kline
In this unit the most significant fact I learnt, and which resonated with me most, was that although the four basic language skills of reading, listening, speaking, and writing are all equally importa
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Lake City
In this unit, the productive skills for communication which are speaking and writing are briefly discussed. The importance of fluency in speaking and accuracy in writing is also mentioned. Similar to
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Lake View
This unit dealt with classroom management- the skill or organizing and managing the class, having a friendly, relaxed manner and maintaining discipline. It gave a few pointers about how to use eye con
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Lamar
This was another interesting unit concerning the topic of coursebooks and lesson materials, and examining the different categories which can be used, such as authentic and created materials, and explo
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Lancaster
Communication between humans is an extremely complex and ever-changing phenomenon, but there are certain generalisations that we can make about the majority of communicative events and these will have
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Landrum
The sections of this unit regarding large classes and native language use in the classroom were really helpful for me. I teach at seven different public schools, and the large classes seem to have the
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Lane
This unit focuses on the types of groups a TESOL teacher would come across over the course of their career and how best to prepare and teach them. These groups are beginners, individual students, chil
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Latta
In this lesson we watched two lessons in conjunction with each other. The first one being an example of what not to do. The second one being a better lesson with good teaching techniques. This was a g
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Laurens
I found watching the same teacher teaching the same lesson twice (with improvements) quite insightful. I was personally very displeased watching the first lesson, as I kept worrying about the poor stu
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Laurens County
Unit 8 looked at the various forms of the future tense and their uses in the English language. I found this unit very interesting in that it helped me better understand when one should use different f
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Lexington
This unit has full content of future tenses. Future tenses can be really tricky sometimes. As teachers, we need to be able to distinguish the difference so we can help our students whenever they find
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Lexington County
Several verb tenses are used to express actions or states of being that take place in future time, the different tenses expressing progressive or continuous action or state of being, or not; and expre
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Liberty
i think that videos which the webside offers us as educational tool and summarizes the whole unit are very usefull and facilitate the comprehensive learning. however, i couldnt find any video about th
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Lincolnville
I like that there is so much information on what activities to use in which phases of the lesson and why. It has reminded me to go back to basics and re-address my lesson plans that I haven’t looked
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Little Mountain
During this lesson I learned and received information on auxiliary verbs, passive voice, phrasal verbs and relative clauses. Modal auxiliary verbs are used to add meaning to main verbs and express man
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Livingston
In this unit I learned that when teaching writing, handwriting, punctuation, spelling, and creative writing are all skills that should be covered over time. When teaching speaking, I learned to get th
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Lockhart
Modals (also called modal verbs, modal auxiliary verbs, modal auxiliaries) are special verbs which behave irregularly in English. They are different from normal verbs like "work, play, visit..." They
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Lodge
This unit taught me the three types of phrasal verbs and how they differ from regular, one-word verbs. This unit also reminded me of the various types of clauses, including independent, dependent, def
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Loris
As for methodology, the two most commonly followed methods taught by TEFL Certification schools are “Presentation, Practice, Production” (PPP) and/or “Engage, Study, Activate” (ESA). Advocate
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Lowndesville
In English, conditional is not a tense. It is a sentence structure. It is a way of organizing words in a sentence. A condition is something that you must do, or a situation that must exist, in order
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Lowrys
I really enjoyed this unit because I teach ESL to beginner students and I found the content very easy to understand. I had no training for these kids, but reading the unit encouraged me, that I am on
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Luray
What do I learn from this unit is how to teach vocabulary, grammar and function to students. Grammar is like a tree trunk and branches of language while vocabulary and functions are the leaves to make
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Lyman
As for methodology, the two most commonly followed methods taught by TEFL Certification schools are “Presentation, Practice, Production” (PPP) and/or “Engage, Study, Activate” (ESA). Advocate
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