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Tega Cay
Unit 14 covered the books and materials available for teaching purposes: their various strengths and weaknesses, factors to be taken into account in their selection, and how they should be used in th
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Timmonsville
Lesson plans serve as an aid to planning, a working document, and a record. There is no set way for how it should be written, but the basic principles are to keep it simple, unscripted, structured, ti
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Travelers Rest
Unit 15 looked at evaluation and testing. It covered the main types of testing methods used by teachers and the reasons for testing - for example, the use of progress tests to assess the progress of t
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Trenton
In this unit we went over teaching productive skills. As opposed to receptive skills which were reading and listening, this is speaking and writing. We talked about the importance of fluency vs. accur
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Troy
This unit taught me the importance of lesson planning before teaching a lesson. I learned that making a lesson plan is helpful in planning the activities for that day, serving as a record of what was
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Turbeville
The four main types of verb tenses and two forms can be used in a variety of combinations to create unique meanings. With so many options, it can be hard to determine what type of verb tense to use at
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Ulmer
i learnt authentic and created materials and they should be used in balanced in lessons. also, i learnt what i should consider while using course book and look at the range that students can use. i sh
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Union
Phoneticists, who study the sound of the human voice, divide consonants into two types: voiced and voiceless. Voiced consonants require the use of the vocal cords to produce their signature sounds; vo
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Vance
This unit focuses on the final part of tenses, Future tenses. These tenses deal with making statements and asking questions about future events. This unit also covers how present tenses can be used in
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Varnville
In this chapter I've got an overview of general characteristics of a good teacher as well as a good learner. Also I studied the roles of the teacher in the classroom and in which particular moment eac
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Wagener
This unit consists of two video lesson that are to demonstrate visually what should and shouldn't be done in the classroom. Moreover, they show immediately feedback from the students (effectiveness or
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Walhalla
In this unit we went over course books and lesson materials. It is important to understand the level your students are at, so that you acquire and require the proper materials. It's important to note
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Walterboro
In this unit I learned that there are seven different future tenses including the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going+infinitive, the present simple,
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Ward
This lesson showed me the difference between effective an ineffective teaching. In the first lesson, the teacher seemed to lack confidence, talked too fast and was unclear, did not take the time to ex
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Ware Shoals
This unit, Unit 15, first introduced three ways of assessing students’ language level, that is: tutorials, evaluation by students, and tests. It then explained the differences between placement te
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Waterloo
This is a good informative unit, but requires a great deal of concentration! Although as English speakers we use these various tenses quite freely and naturally, when it comes to actually analyzing th
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Wellford
This was a good lesson in learning about the different types of learners that teachers face in the classroom. Sometimes teachers can make the wrong assumptions about the types of students they will h
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West Columbia
This unit’s subject was course books and lesson materials. It provided information on the following: authentic materials and created materials, the advantages and disadvantages of course books, h
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West Pelzer
Through out this lesson I have learned on the many different learners in the classroom and how best provide for the different learners. They talk about the advantages of have a multilingual class, bei
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West Union
Unit 17 looked at the different types of equipment and teaching aids commonly used in the class room. I found the task section of the unit very helpful as it made me think about how I can best use the
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Westminster
English as a world language is becoming more and more important in our culture, thereby affecting the English classroom and its participants. The whole process of teaching English has been changing du
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Whitmire
This was an interesting unit, examining the uses of the various tenses which are employed when the future is being referred to. I found there was quite a lot of information to process, as some of the
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Williams
Receptive Skills’ (also known as ‘Passive Skills’, or reading and listening) are often contrasted with productive skills (speaking and writing). When learning a new language learners tend to de
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Williamsburg County
This unit was a broad overview of the teaching of English phonology, covering the basics of intonation, stress, the phonemic alphabet, articulation, and when to teach pronunciation. I learned the dif
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Williamston
Tenses have always been an interesting part of the English language for me. This is purely because both my parents are non-native English speakers and I can see how they translate their sentence from
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Williston
This unit talked about future tenses. Although I learned about future tenses, this chaper really gives me a very thorough way of this tense. In my previous thought, I rarely would think of the going
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Windsor
This unit teach me how to make good planning for my English lessons. It is important to make plan for my teaching because I’m not very experienced. Basic principles of lessons keep it simple and fle
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Winnsboro
Tutorials, student evaluations, and tests allow teachers to assess their students' language level. Placement tests help group students of similar skill level together. Diagnostic tests provide informa
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Woodford
English as a world language is becoming more and more important in our culture, thereby affecting the English classroom and its participants. The whole process of teaching English has been changing du
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Woodruff
I think this unit is a little bit outdated, or maybe it applies to teachers workin in less-developed countries. I think that maybe this unit should maybe mention the differences between different coun
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Yemassee
Intonation is variation in volume and pitch in a sentence, whereas stress is variation in an individual word. Intonation is important in questions, agreeing/disagreeing, confirming statements, and exp
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York
From this unit I have gained what I think is extensive and useful knowledge in lesson planning for a class. I have learned several teaching method types that helped shaped what a typical English-learn
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