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Claude
Unit 11 is interesting as well as useful to create lessons for future tasks. Receptive lessons are crucial for student comprehension as well as it being practical to their English language studies. Th
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Clear Lake Shores
During watching video lessons I have noticed and have learnt lot of specifics for myself. I think, first at all, teacher's attitude towards students is such a necessery for the success of the lesson.
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Cleburne
in this unit i fully know about the modal verbs,phrasal verbs and passive voice. it includes the whole grammar points in the primary school in English in China. it is very useful for me to know the de
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Cleveland
This unit taught me how to distinguish between different course material. Material course books are a part of the teachers journey in the classroom and learning how teachers can use different course m
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Clifton
This unit looks at different ways of evaluating student's level and progress in their learning. It also lists some of the most common external exams that a student may need to study for. I learnt that
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Clint
Different levels of English learning all revolve around similar language issues, whether the student is an absolute beginner, a young learner, or an adult learner. The only thing that really matters i
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Clute
This Unit covers the different types of language teaching. It provides clear ideas on the pros and cons of the most common teaching options available in the EFL field. For example,teaching individual
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Clyde
This unit went over the four types of present tense verbs. It has made me more aware of how English speakers use present tense, and the various situations in which present tense is appropriate. I thin
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Coahoma
This unit covered some of the aspects that I will have to take into consideration as a teacher when structuring my lesson plans. The content was divided into three major sections: teaching vocabulary,
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Cockrell Hill
This unit described the various roles that a teacher may have in the classroom (manager, model, participant, etc.), and it discussed what makes a student a good learner. I learned that as students com
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Coffee City
In this unit I learned how important it is to understand phonology and Phonetics to be able to teach students better pronunciation. I learned that linked speech like "where dja wanna go?" is not lazy,
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Coffeeville
This unit provide information about the different ways of evaluating the students language ability. It also gave a summary of the different kinds of test which were usually given by the schools to the
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Coldspring
In this unit we study about teaching pronunciation and phonology. Phonology is the study, science, analysis, and classification of the physical properties of the sound. For the students who learn En
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Coleman
From this unit I learned that phrasal verbs are idiomatic expressions, combining verbs and prepositions to make new verbs whose meaning is often not obvious from the dictionary definitions of the indi
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College Station
Receptive skills of reading and listening are important to teach because students need to be able to use context to gain understanding of words and texts beyond the literal meaning of the words and se
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Colleyville
As a teacher of ESL, there's a lot of problem that will arise and this unit is very helpful on my part. Especially dealing with shy students who won't talk. We must be patient and give them time to ta
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Collinsville
This unit provided a lot of information on teaching methodologies and gave several examples of useful ways to structure our lessons, as well as many activities that we can use. I think the ESA techniq
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Colmesneil
I have learned about the common equipment and teaching aids used in an EFL classroom, its advantages and disadvantages, as well as the important considerations when using these things. The resource b
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Colorado City
Speaking and writing are very important productive skills; Through this unit, I got the knowledge of the way to teach the students’ speaking and writing; especially the speaking skills, communicatio
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Columbus
Pronunciation is a large part of speaking a language that can often be neglected by teachers. Students are just as concerned with learning proper pronunciation as with any other aspect of learning a l
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Comanche
These are sentences containing 'if' (or similar expressions such as 'when') which refer to past, present and future possibilities. There are two clauses, the 'if' clause and the main clause, and eithe
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Combes
Both videos have been filmed in an actual English language classroom, using real students of English. These videos show a grammar lesson where the students appear to have trouble with the lesson conte
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Combine
Upon reflection of this unit, it was interesting to learn about the conditionals and reported speech and what their explanation entailed. I think this part is the most confusing and difficult for stud
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Commerce
This unit is about Conditional sentences that contain if or when ( or similar expressions ). The Conditional vary depending on the tenses used in the sentences. The different tenses used depend on the
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Como
In this lesson I learned about myriad theories and methodologies for teaching English. Teaching methods covered in the lesson include: grammar-translation; audio-lingualism; presentation, practice, pr
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Conroe
This chapter describes the pitfalls and benefits of a course book or other material. It talks about trying to vary the class between the structured and tested syllabus of the course book with a more p
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Converse
This unit was about grammar concerning conditionals and report speech. With conditionals we studied the 5 different type and their usage along with looking at some examples. The 5 conditionals are: ze
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Cool
Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids was very beneficial for me. It covered the many different types of technological aids as well as traditional aids, including but not limited to smartboards, projec
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Coolidge
Unit 13: Pronunciation and Phonology. At the beginning of this unit we cover phonology and four areas linking to it, stress, rhythm, intonation and the phonetic alphabet. Intonation carries the messag
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Cooper
This unit talks about equipment and teaching aids. Each equipment has advantages and disadvantages. Teachers must know how to use equipment and teaching aids before they use it in class. Some equipmen
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Coppell
This unit focuses on intonation and pronunciation within English. It deals with the different teaching methods to teach phonology. This chapter was very dense and often I needed to stop and read thing
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Copper Canyon
In this Unit I have learned the different future tenses. Along with this I have learned how each of the 7 tenses are used, their form's and the ways to teach these effectively. In learning how to desc
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Copperas Cove
Continual evaluation through different kinds of testing is very important to measure determine student placement, progress and retention of different language skills. There are seven different types o
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Corinth
This unit was more of a review for me as I am familiar with distinguishing between expressive and receptive language. I did appreciate the examples given of different variations of the straight arrow
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Corpus Christi
Unit twenty contained information for EFL teachers on how to deal with common problem situations, how to start first lessons, and how to warm up students for a lesson. Furthermore, it explained how te
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Corral City
In this unit I learned mainly about troubleshooting that will be faced during a new class, be it familiar students, new students and how to face them. How to face students from various background if
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Corrigan
This unit covers two productive skills such as speaking and writing. There was a nice description of fluency and accuracy activities, their aims and some ways how to use during the lesson. There were
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Corsicana
In teaching language, teaching aids/materials are important as a supplement in classroom instruction to enhance the interest of the students. Teaching materials are key factor in creating effective te
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Cottonwood
The process of lesson planning requires a combination of common sense and flexibility on the part of the teacher. A good lesson plan will help prepare teachers, especially newer ones, for the possibil
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Cottonwood Shores
Through this unit, I learnt what is conditional and reported speech; There are four status of conditional; it gives the form and usage in different situations, in additional, the given some teaching i
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Cotulla
In Unit 7, we went over how to integrate vocabulary and grammar into our lessons. I enjoy the imagery of the grammar being the tree trunk of language while vocabulary serves as the leaves. Additionall
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Cove
From this unit I have learnt that teachers' attitude is the first that constructs the lesson. . It a teacher is polite students work more effectively. . I understood some common teachers' mistakes
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Covington
This unit describes the lessons planning Why it should be done How it should be done and What it should include there is also given a typical plan of the lesson that a student can borrow for his or he
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Cox
Ok, let us talk intense. This along with a few other lessons have really had been researching and studying the material. I did expect the lessons to give me some challenge since this is a TEFL certifi
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Coyote Flats
This unit covered evaluation and testing concepts for English language learners, as well as how to evaluate performance levels and progress and how to teach while catering to external exams. I learned
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Crandall
Unit 19 discusses teaching English to various special groups. Beginner groups may be absolute beginners, false beginners , young learners, adult learners and beginner learners with no roman alphabet.
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Crane
Unit 17 goes over equipment and teaching aids. I find this lesson useful as it goes in-depth on many basic teaching aids that we may have access to and how to best utilize them. For example, a helpful
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Cranfills Gap
In this unit I learned different types of students and understanding their different needs. How and what to teach them and understanding their needs. I also learned revising about ESA which I scored
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Crawford
This unit was short and useful. Again, great to include potential scenarios just to feel ready when in the classroom, that I have already learned about the potential or possible situations that might
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Creedmoor
In this unit, we learned about conditional speech, specifically the different levels of conditional speech and their implications and differences. for example, where a zero conditional refers to conse
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