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From this unit,I learned 4 tenses:present simple tense,present continuous tense,present perfect tense and present perfect continuous tense.And three forms of each tense:affirmative,negative and questi
Unit reflection: Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but
I learnt that the teacher"s attitude has a great impact on learners.Looking at the first Video students were just clueless from the beginning to the end because the teacher did not introduce to them a
I found this unit beneficial in that it provided many examples of effective teaching strategies and methods. In my previous profession, we used a teaching methodology named Behavior Skills Training to
The lesson is about productive skills, writing and speaking. Both are important in a lesson. When the students speak, a teacher should concentrate on both accuracy and fluency but in different stages
Unit eighteen contains grammatical lessons about Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. It focuses on Modal Auxiliary Verbs basic rules and teaching ideas. Then there are explanations about Passive
Unit nine of the ITTT TEFL Course covers the lesson planning phase of teaching English as a foreign language. Lesson planning aids both the teacher as well as the students. It is important to incorpor
This unit, much like unit 4, was very informative, as I am not extremely familiar with rules regarding tenses in the english language. I do feel as though I would benefit from more examples provided f
Unit 16 covers conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are "if" sentences that reference possibilities. There are two clauses: the if clause and main clause. Conditionals are further broken dow
The content of his unit covered the different forms of the future tense, as well as the specific situations in which each future tense form is used. I learned two main things from this unit. First, I
This unit showcases 2 teaching videos in a real classroom environment conducted by the same English teacher. In general, the 1st video can make a big contrast with 2nd video in terms of the teacher’
When dealing with a new group, the students aren't yet comfortable with each other and they might be unfimiliar with EEL teaching, so it's important to establish rapport through games and to with firs
This unit covered the different forms of the past tense in the English language and the different formations of the different tenses. While the unit highlighted some irregular verb forms, it also drew
After watching both videos, I have observed that in lesson 1 the teacher did not introduced himself , or take time out for the introduction of the students, he was late and unprepared, he was rushing
This unit was very interesting, as it mentioned some useful points when traveling out and teaching business English students. As always, I agree that over-preparing is beneficial, especially if the co
This unit was full of information but also really interesting. As someone who has known English my whole life, its shocking how much information about my own language I didn't know! Learning phonetic
I felt that Unit 16: Conditionals and Reported Speech was incredibly useful. As a native English speaker and before taking this TEFL/TESOL course, I hadn’t realized just how difficult conditionals w
This final Unit is about troubleshooting potential problems within a class. The unit begins by advising on appropriate first lessons, for example not to drill grammar, but rather to gain a good rappor
This unit does an excellent job of highlighting the different types of learners one might work with as an ESL teachers and their individual needs. I especially like the examples given of what suitable
This unit provided very useful information on reported speech and also conditionals. In forming conditional statements it's almost necessary to memorize the formula for each conditional statement.
This unit is based around the two ESA demonstration videos that are available via the 'video' tab of our online training system. You will need to watch both videos and then complete the worksheet belo
Reading and listening are important skills when learning a new language. Reading my be easier because the words are captured on the paper, but both are equally important. Using topics that interest
The content of this unit turned out to be very useful for me as usually, we don't use so many different types of Future tense in our real life. It was very important for me being a teacher to review a
Unit 19 covered various aspects to teaching special groups such as teaching beginners, individual students, children, those who need English for specific reasons, and lastly managing multilingual clas
From that unit I have learned that beginners students falling into five categories. For each of them the teacher must to include absolutely different techniques and methods. I became skilled in teachi
Conditionals and reported speech are tricky for native English speakers as well as foreign learners! Here are the different types of conditionals:
Zero conditional states facts that are true and don'
Authentic materials are interesting, motivating and relate to real life activities but can be unsuitable if not carefully graded correctly to the level of the students. Created materials however can b
In this unit I learnt of the various conditionals including zero (used to refer to actions and facts that are irrefutable), first (used to talk about real situations that are possible), second (used t
Perhaps the most difficult part of teaching is covered in Unit 20 and that is “troubleshooting.” This lesson is what makes me most nervous and most excited about teaching. It is the ominous questi
This unit gives a lesson on what makes a good teacher and a good student. I've learned that in order to be a good teacher, one must have the right amount of balance and know when to switch up roles to
This unit had a similar format to unit 4 on the present tense, but instead looked at the past tense. In particular, it covered the uses and conjugation of the past simple, past perfect, past continuou
Unit 12 covers the two productive skills that exist in any language: speaking and writing. Speaking typically requires more fluency while writing typically requires more accuracy. Fluency and accuracy
This unit is very helpful. I do appreciate the wealth of information and links included in the chapter. Especially the links to free resource. This unit I learned about the importance of being prepa
The unit presents the groups of students an English teacher might teach. There are beginner classes, 1-1 classes, business English classes, children and young learners classes and also multilingual cl
Unit 9 discusses the importance of a lesson plan and what it should include. First and foremost, a lesson plan should give the teacher's desired outcome for the students. This will help to guide the t
Many students are rather adverse to testing as it normally thought of as long hours of writing and fact-checking. However, with language, much of the testing can be done with a simple game that will a
Unit fifteen covers important points about Evaluation of students. Initially, it introduces different types of evaluation methods like tutorials, evaluation by students and achievement tests. Then it
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This is one of the longest units I have come across so far, and it is one of the complexed one to me when it comes to the ESA part.
I do not understand the teaching part of the ESA games especially d
A short unit that taught us about the different types of exams and also, the differences between the types of language examinations. As seen in the unit, we studied how a language level is measured. W
This was an interesting unit, as I often don't pay that much attention to the materials of a lesson - however, they are very important. It was interesting to think about the design of the course books
I think, overall, this grammar seemed like the hardest to understand. I don't think, personally, this was because the content is hard, but it's definitely more because the content is different and les
In unit sixteen we discussed conditionals and reported speech. I learned that their are five main conditionals. Zero conditional is used for actions and facts that are irrefutable. First conditional
This unit explores the wide variety of teaching aids, resources and equipments. The most common resources are the following: white/black board, interactive whiteboard, overhead projector, visual aid
In addition to the previous unit regarding learning English 'skills', this unit covers the two productive skills, writing and speaking. This unit in particular is particularly interesting to me becaus
In unit 20 we learned about troubleshooting common problems and situations. This is good because I am very poor at troubleshooting and this unit made it sound simple, I needed that. We looked at the f
In unit 14: Course books and Lesson Materials, I was able to understands the importance of having authentic material, real world material, and created materials, materials created by he teacher. This
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Unit 12 introduces us importance of Productive skills, which are speaking and writing. Productive skills are as much important, as receptive skills and usually are used for communication. Communicativ
A return to the mechanically heavy chapters, chapter fifteen focuses on the five types of conditional statements, zero, first, second, third and mixed, as well as the rules and teaching practices for
This unit discussed the various components of a sentence, and their purpose and placement within the sentence. I learned that each sentence should contain at the least a subject and a verb. Some ver
This lesson has been incredibly helpful for me. I now feel more confident explaining certain grammatical points to students when they ask. I didn't know the adverbs could also refer to places as well.
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Tests need to be reviewed. Some questions are weak. Others test the ability to remember information. Higher oder thinking skills need to be enhanced in the material. More practical examples should be added.