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Big Spring
In this unit I learned about the four different kinds of tests. I learned that the difference between a Practice tests and a diagnostic test is a placement test is to help place the student into the c
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Big Wells
A more practical lesson, this unit covers equipment and teaching aids for the classroom. The first is the board. When using any board, it is beneficial to have your notes and boardwork ready before cl
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Bishop
Unit 9: Lesson Planning. This Lesson thought me the importance of Lesson Planning, I really appreciate the sample of Lesson Plan and task materials that includes in this worksheets. I found interes
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Bishop Hills
The two class demonstrations show the drastic difference a teacher's attitude can make, both in students' engagement and in the quality of learning. In the first class the teacher is brusque and unhel
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Blackwell
Testing is an important component of teaching as it allows us to assess the skills of students in many areas. Placement testing is important to gain an understanding of the level of a student and aggr
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Blanco
There pros and cons to teaching with authentic materials and created materials, all of which can be balanced by not overusing one over the other. To be most effective, find a way to incorporate supple
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Blanket
This unit was the most challenging for me thus far as it tackled an area that I had never been taught in detail. As a native English speaker, pronunciation and phonology are areas which seem to come n
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Bloomburg
Unit three is a basic overview on theories and methodologies used in teaching. I found this particularly useful as my background working with students is mostly aiding teachers in their teaching effor
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Blooming Grove
This unit has been a good review of modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Usually, we just know if the sentence is correct or not but we do not know why or what makes them right or wrong but this l
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Blossom
Unit 19 has covered: teaching special groups. This unit has an overview of some of the specific classes that a TEFL teacher could encounter. This unit has helped me to understand some of the special c
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Blue Mound
In this unit I learned about the characteristics of both a good teacher and a good learner, the various types of roles a teacher should take in the classroom, and the different kinds of students. I le
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Blue Ridge
In unit 13: Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology Pronunciation, I realized all of the components that goes into learning to speak in English. This unit helped me to truly understand the break down of
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Blum
Unit 2 covered parts of speech. These included nouns, adjectives, definite articles adverbs, prepositions, articles, conjunctions and gerunds. The unit covered the main components of each of the speec
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Boerne
Unit 8 is focused on the future tense. Here, I learnt about some tenses in future and also the usages. They are future simple, future continuous tense, future perfect tense, future perfect continuous
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Bogata
Evaluation and Testing play an important roles in assessing the students’ level and progress. Teachers need to evaluate the level of proficiency of students to prospectively plan the lessons based o
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Bonham
As a teacher it is very important to take advantage of the equipment that we have. Before a class we always want to make sure that all our equipment is up to date and they are functioning correctly.
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Booker
This unit has been the most difficult for me so far. I didn't realize it before, but I used to think of the present perfect tense as being a past tense form. This might be because I mostly I keep hear
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Borger
In this unit we have a presentation of what it takes to teach English to a special group. The basic thing the teacher needs to do is to be well conversant with the what it takes to be successful in t
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Bovina
In this unit, I studied equipment and teaching aids.They are used to make our classes more interesting and effective. And teaching equipment usually includes white/black board, interactive whiteboard,
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Bowie
In this unit, I learned how to deal with the common problems that english teachers face when teaching english as a foreign language. We need to be mindful of the students skill level which will affect
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Brackettville
This unit emphasizes the correct usage of conditionals and reported speech. It illustrates 5 main conditionals that may appear in our daily English usage. In particular, they include ‘zero conditi
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Brady
Unit 9 went over lesson planning. This was a great unit as it provided an in-depth look at lesson planning and all the different components that are put into formulating and executing a good lesson pl
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Brazoria
I have learned about the various stages of proficiency in languages as well as attempts to gauge and approach students. I also learned what makes a good student and some different cultural differences
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Brazos Bend
In this Unit I have studied the receptive skills of reading and listening. I have learned the different motivations people have for reading and listening, and different methods used when reading and l
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Brazos Country
Unit 17 discusses the equipment and teaching aids available to modern teachers of ESL/EFL. Besides the usual use of blackboards and whiteboards, visual aids, textbooks and worksheets, there are a numb
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Breckenridge
Unit 12 delves deeper into teaching productive skills. Speaking and writing, and although different the similarities they have in considerations that should be given into the lesson planning. This mod
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Bremond
This unit was helpful in teaching me how different groups of students can vary. Children will have different needs to students that are older and are learning English for Business purposes(for example
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Brenham
Unit 5 helped me get a better understanding of the mechanics of classroom management. Various factors should be taken into consideration when organising a classroom as these will affect the class dyna
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Briaroaks
In unit fourteen we discussed authentic materials and created materials as well as their use as an aid in teaching lessons. Authentic materials are anything you find in real everyday life such as news
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Bridge City
I do agree that writing practice in class is more or less neglected. As it requires a lot of time to complete a writing task, it can use up all the 45 min of a lesson. Moreover, when the lesson is onc
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Bridgeport
This unit 12 is a continuation of unit 11 (receptive skills). It widely discusses about the importance and functionality when applying productive skills (speaking and writing, including games). I lea
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Broaddus
This unit covered the basics of the parts of speech of English grammar. While I was already familiar with the basics like S-V-O and the different kinds of nouns, adjectives, etc, I found it useful to
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Bronte
Unit ten unlike the previous units deals with two video practical lessons of about twenty five and forty minutes respectively. It presents two different classroom settings where in each case the teac
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Brookshire
In this unit, we watched two videos that depict the same lesson, taught by the same instructor in two different ways--effectively and ineffectively. Here, we can see how different aspects of a lesson,
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Brookside Village
This unit simply reinforced the idea that a teacher's job is not simply done with a textbook. By allowing a student to use a textbook but also created and authentic materials when learning about Engli
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Browndell
This unit discusses about the books and materials which are often used by the teacher in teaching. Generally, a course book is used as a material for learning in the class. However, the course book is
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Brownfield
In this unit, I learned about the importance of speaking and writing. These two skills are your productive skills and are equally important. I learned about the various types of activities that can be
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Brownsboro
I think it's really important to learn about how to structure lessons. Structuring lessons never came up during my MAT program at Smith. However, in other teaching programs I've been in, we have tal
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Brownsville
In teaching pronunciation, it is also vitally important that we teach intonation and stress as well. Incorrect intonation and stress can lead to students’ speech being incomprehensible or to the mea
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Brownwood
Unit fourteen covers information about course books like their advantages and disadvantages, while also explaining differences between authentic and created materials. I learned why teachers use cours
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Bruceville-Eddy
From this unit i learned information about pronunciation and phonology and their aspects such as intonation and stress and techniques for teaching them there is given a very valuable verse that help
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Bryan
This unit I have learned the importance of writing a Lesson plan. I learned that Lesson planning is important because it establishes credibility as a Teacher. It shows how organized, structured and un
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Bryson
I've learned more examples of conditionals and more ideas about explaining how they work. Because of present perfect, sometimes people from my native language have a hard time trying to figure out how
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Buckholts
I had always assumed that there would be guidelines from my school as to whether or not I should use a course book. I imagine there still may be, but I am glad that ITTT has provided a different viewp
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Buda
Unit 10 shows 2 different contrasting videos that have been filmed in an actual English language classroom, using real students of English. One of the video shows a grammar lesson where the students a
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Buffalo
The two lessons in the video are quite different .the teacher in lesson one starts the lesson without defining the concept , thereby making the students to be confused, he further stressed that the to
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Buffalo Gap
Teaching students to have good receptive skills and giving them plenty of opportunities to use them is vital to them being able to use a language with fluency. Reading and listening, receptive skills,
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Bullard
This unit introduces us two basic receptive skills: reading and listening that are equally important for successful learning of a foreign language also there are introduced five different specialist
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Bulverde
First part of Unit explains the structures and usages of the five conditionals types(zero/1st/2nd/3rd and mixed), as well as providing some useful teaching ideas that can be used in the classroom. The
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Bunker Hill Village
This unit gives us some ideas about how to teach different or special groups of students, such as young learners, adult ones, students without any English knowledges or learners with different alphabe
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