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Cresson
Unit 16 of the course addresses conditionals and reported speech. There are five main conditionals used in the English language: the zero conditional, the first conditional, the second conditional, th
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Crockett
As with all the grammar units this one needs further study and practice. The phrasal verbs are most interesting because at face value they would be very confusing to a new English learner, but these
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Crosbyton
Speaking and writing are usually forgotten by teachers and students. But these two are as much important as listening and reading. In a communication, we have to listen to the others first, then we ca
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Cross Plains
In this unit, I learned about coursebooks and other study materials. At my school, we currently use New Horizon English textbooks. The textbooks are rather new, having been updated with the past two y
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Cross Roads
Conditionals can present challenges to students because of the may changes in tense and references to past, present, and future occurrences. The difference between first conditionals and second condit
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Cross Timber
Conditionals are sentences containing 'if', made of two clauses: the 'if' clause and the main clause. The 'if' clause tells us what must happen for the main clause to come or be true. Because of the m
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Crowell
In this unit we learned about equipment and teaching aids, which can be used to make lessons more interesting and help the teacher to not focus entirely on a textbook. Different schools will have diff
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Crowley
Like the receptive skills of listening and reading, the productive skills of speaking and writing are equally important in learning a new language. There are slightly different challenges to implement
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Crystal City
Unit 19 focused on how to adapt your teaching styles to different group of ELLs, including business professionals, children, and beginning learners. For each demographic, the unit provided a basic run
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Cuero
There are so many problems that rise while teaching different groups or the so called Troubleshooting. The term refers to dealing with different problems in the classroom; one of the obstacles is teac
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Cumby
This course was short and sweet. Examinations are a part of any learning progress whether assessment, progress, or achievement level of any subject matter. It is a given that in ESL we would require
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Cuney
This unit I learned to trouble shoot in the classroom. It's never easy to come into a new classroom. Especially when the students do not know each other. It's important to focus the first lesson not
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Cushing
This unit contained advice on how to conduct a first class and building rapport with your students. It is important for students to feel comfortable with their teacher, and with each otherr. In large
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Cut and Shoot
This unit covers Lesson Planning. Within this part of the course, there are examples of the purpose of writing a lesson plan. It continues to describe the basics of what to consider when writing a pla
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Daingerfield
This unit addressed the qualities that make a good teacher, the roles that a teacher should play, as well as the qualities of a good learner and the levels of English language learners. This unit was
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Daisetta
Teaching SGs is as demanding as teaching in an ordinary classroom is. One cannot go to class without preparing. However, there are advantages that can used to the benefit of all (student and the teac
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Dalhart
In this lesson I learned about the present tense. In particular, I learned about its forms, the uses of those forms, and general rules about conjugations. ITTT identifies 12 distinct tenses, more broa
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Dallas
I have noticed in my own teaching that some students are very good at producing information they want to express, but have poor listening skills. Some of that may be cultural. I would like to use some
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Dalworthington Gardens
Unit 20, the final unit in this course, is about troubleshooting and some basic tips to starting classes in the beginning of my TEFL career. We covered the importance of the first few classes t a new
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Danbury
The two videos demonstrate ineffective and effective way of teaching. Teachers sets the tone for learning. It's important to speak slowly and clearly to avoid confusion. Introducing oneself to the
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Danville
There are two videos in this unit. In each video, teacher had different method. In the first video, teacher didn't use ESA method. He also didn't try to build a good rapport with students.His lesson p
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Darrouzett
I found these videos extremely useful. It was quite obvious that the first lesson was not a good way to teach english as a foreign language for various reasons: the teacher didn't introduce himself or
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Dawson
I learned the basic skills in language acquisition, which are primarily the productive and receptive skills that we use daily in English Conversation. To ensure a fuller development of these skills,
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Dayton
Unit 1 lays out a clear outline of expectations and roles for students and teachers. The roles are often very fluid and it is up to the teacher to maintain a proper balance between the different roles
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Dayton Lakes
Unit 11 of the ITTT TEFL program covers the two receptive skills: reading and listening. When teaching an language it is important that the teacher pre-teach difficult vocabulary and grammar. Students
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De Leon
To be or not to be that is the question? How can we tell what we caught until we catch it? Has not and have not... The Haves and the have-nots. These are all questions that though we normally don't th
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Dean
Unit 20: Troubleshooting. Common problem situations. First Lesson: new group or existing group. Warmers: Typical warmer ideas include- hangman, pictionary, tongue twisters and memory games. Different
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Decatur
Unit 16 covers 'conditionals and reported speech', this unit was really interesting because it covered a lot of useful topics that relate to my day-to-day speech that I do not often consider. I do how
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DeCordova
This seventeenth unit gives a practical explanation on how teaching equipment can be used correctly in the classroom. It equally gives a long list of online sources that can help teachers and students
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Deer Park
The 19th Unit, Teaching special groups. I am almost done, the finish is here. Do I feel I can be a good teacher yet? Well, I have definitely improved my teaching skills. But getting back to Unit 19. T
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DeKalb
In Unit 18, I learned about the different ideas that one can express with modal auxiliary verbs. Some modals include the following: can, could, would, will, must, may, and might. Modals can convey con
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Del Rio
This unit explores ESL from the perspective of students and teachers. It outlines what makes a good teacher and what makes a good learner, as well as the roles of teachers in the classroom, and variou
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Dell City
This unit gives a brief description of the vocabulary, grammar and functions of a new language. I've gained the knowledge of how to introduce these parts of a new language to a student properly and al
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Denison
18 looked at modals phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxillary verbs: basic rules- could, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. They a
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Denton
The focus of this unit is about the productive skill which are the speaking and writing skills. These two skills are quiet different in many ways but both serve the same purpose which is to communicat
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Denver City
This Unit, number 14, has been a very helpful unit in preparing myself for what its going to be like preparing for regular lessons as a teacher. The title of unit 14 is "course books and lesson materi
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Deport
This lesson has taught me about the techniques of teaching pronunciation and phonology. It is interesting to learn about the different stress, rhythm ans intonation of words and sentences. The techni
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DeSoto
Lesson planning is an important tool for teachers to use. It provides a plan which can include various activities and their respective phase, time allotments, and goals. By doing this an instructor ca
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Detroit
In this unit, I learned about effectively using teaching equipment and teaching aids. There are a large number of teaching equipment at the teachers disposal but I've noticed certain material are bett
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Devers
This unit helped me understand the relationship between teachers and learners. It was interesting to learn the theory behind various teaching roles and how a teacher needs to present a variety of role
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Devine
To say the least, this lesson was a challenge even for a someone who grew up with the English language. I did enjoy the lesson it was almost entirely unfamiliar to me. We do not get taught at this lev
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Diboll
This unit covered the types of materials that can be used in the classroom and offered the pros and cons of each. The unit also offered various tips on how to choose a course book and when a course sh
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Dickens
In this Unit the most significant thing I learned was the way the teacher conducts him/herself in class is vitally important in the way students can enhance their capability level in the subject. The
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Dickinson
This unit went over classroom management, which is the skill of organizing and managing classes while keeping the atmosphere friendly and relaxed, and the students disciplined. Instead of being extrov
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Dilley
This introductory unit offered a great summary of what makes a great teacher and what makes a great student. Great teachers are caring, motivating, attentive to detail, organized and enthusiastic. T
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Dimmitt
This unit is about course books and lesson materials. The teaching materials can be divided into two groups : authentic and created materials. Authentic materials are programs , magazines, songs, br
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DISH
An effective teacher considers the teaching of pronunciation an integral part of the course. For one thing, students are as concerned about it as they are with any other aspect of learning English. In
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Dodd City
Our final unit focused on “troubleshooting,” or how to solve common problems that teachers experience. The document provided multiple situations or issues that might arise, looked at why these pro
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Dodson
This unit was interesting but a bit less stimulating and informing for me than the last fourteen. I am having quite a bit of trouble distinguishing between placement and diagnostic tests based on the
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Domino
This unit has taught me a lot because as the introduction mentioned, Teachers do not pay a great amount of time in phonetics. I understand how important pronunciation can be to a new learner of the En
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