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Donna
Unit 19 discusses the differences between teaching individuals, children, business people, and other specialized groups. As someone who has just started experimenting with teaching kids, the informati
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Dorchester
In this lesson we learned about how to teach two language skills, reading and listening. All language skills are equally important and it's important to incorporate learning all skills in all lessons.
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Double Oak
This unit discussed the five major tests ESL teachers will run into throughout their teaching experience: placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests, practice tests, and general examinations. T
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Douglassville
I was unaware that there were so many different conditionals. I was familiar with some of them, but never knew that there were so many different examples, so I will ensure that I revise this unit in g
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Dripping Springs
In this unit we considered the two receptive skills – reading and listening. We learned about the different motivations and strategies to reading and listening, as well as considering how best to im
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Driscoll
One of the most interesting unit of the TESOL course. Though this unit requires tones of work to get the phonology right as well as techniques for teaching pronunciation in the language, A area which
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Dublin
Choosing the proper equipment and teaching aides are vital to teaching to be able to capitalize on audio and visual learning receptors. While each has their advantages and disadvantages, teachers mus
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Dumas
This unit illustrates different structures across 7 future tenses which appear in our daily English environment, including future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous,
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Duncanville
This unit reminds me that, other than teaching grammar, vocabulary is equally important towards students’ English learning process. In particular, I learnt that “straight arrow” ESA approach i
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Eagle Lake
Unit 19 of the ITTT TEFL course discusses the teaching of special groups. Teachers will often teach young children and adult professionals. However, within these groups, students will often be beginne
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Eagle Pass
This unit gives the teachers too much important information in teaching. First, we learn nine methods that are the most common. Then, we see the method ESA that was put forward by Jeremy Harmer. In th
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Early
This lesson covers the future tense, and the lesson covers seven different forms of expressing the future tense. Future simple: The future simple tense uses the word 'will' and is used to express fu
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Earth
This unit is a bit difficult. There are a lot of things to learn such as pronunciation, phonology, articulation, phonetics symbols and etc. In this unit, I have learnt about techniques for teaching pr
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East Bernard
Unit 16 deals with conditionals using the word "if" to establish a conditional clause followed by a main clause to express the consequence of the conditional clause. There are five main conditionals,
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East Mountain
Today I reviewed the future tenses in English. I was surprised that there are more future tenses than past and present. Additionally, some present tenses are also used in a future sense. I can see whe
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East Tawakoni
Seeing the difference between the lessons was interesting. The biggest thing I learnt from these two lessons is that a teachers attitude is extremely important in teaching English to foreign students.
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Eastland
The type of materials used in the classroom has a huge effect on the success of the lesson. In this chapter, I have learned about the important things to consider in using a course book and lesson mat
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Easton
This unit covered some of the most common problems that teachers encounter in the classroom. It looked at how to start a new course effectively which includes building rapport with the students and do
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Ector
In Unit 1 I acquired an in-depth knowledge of the nature, roles and responsibilities of both teachers and learners, Besides, I have learned how to be more sensitive towards each level of learners as w
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Edcouch
This was a very useful unit for a number of different reasons. First off, thinking about the many possible activities for teaching intonation was very interesting. Something as simple as a one-word se
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Eden
There are four basic skills in any language. The receptive skills (reading and listening) and the productive ones (speaking and writing). This unit focuses on the first two ones. Firstly, it describes
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Edgecliff Village
Creating a quality lesson plan takes teaching experience and knowledge of your class and their abilities. It is important to have one, especially for less experienced teachers but do not let the lesso
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Edgewood
This unit gave me further insight in defining what modal, phrasal verbs and passive voice is for future lessons to consider. I enjoyed learning about these and I would like to study these further as a
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Edinburg
Unit twenty was a short unit that went over first lessons, warmer activities, how to deal with classes of mixed language levels, exceptionally large classes, native language use in the class, how to d
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Edmonson
The content of this unit gives me a clear idea on the required skillsets and attitude towards English teaching. It illustrates some of the major roles (e.g. Controller, Assessor & Prompter etc) that a
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Edna
In unit fifteen we discussed evaluating and testing students. We discussed the different kinds of tests and their individual purposes. Placement tests are used before a course to judge at what level a
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Edom
This unit gives a clear explanation of possible groups that a teacher can face while work, for example, beginners of all ages, children, adults, business people and mono- or multilingual groups. All o
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El Campo
Unit eleven introduces different skills in all languages like receptive skills as reading and listening and productive skills as speaking and writing. It is mentioned that all of them are equally impo
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El Cenizo
This unit highlighted the pros and cons of using a textbook in the classroom. While not all teachers will have the option of using a textbook or being able to choose what textbook they will use, this
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El Lago
I personally always try to have a plan for my classes, even though sometimes the flow of the class goes in completely different direction. My lesson plans though are much briefer and incomplete compar
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El Paso
Unit 8 of the ITTT TEFL Course explains the seven most common future tenses of the English language. The seven most common tenses are: future simple; future continuous; future perfect; future perfect
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Eldorado
This unit is about teaching receptive skills that is reading and listening.In this unit i learnt reasons and motives for teaching reading and listening can be for purpose or for entertainment.Further
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Electra
This unit essentially illustrates the difference between authentic materials (e.g. newspapers, magazines & video), and created materials (e.g. crosswords, word search puzzles & role play cards). The
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Elgin
This unit looked at how and when we use different past tenses. What it offered me was insight into how we categorise the different tenses which help clarify how we think and communicate about time. Wh
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Elkhart
This last unit covers any potential obstacles that a teacher might face in the classroom. What is learned here are the identification of potential issues or problems that may arise, and the various wa
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Elmendorf
Unit 3 covered many of the main theories covering learning and teaching English to non-English speakers. The unit looked at the common current teaching theories and their weaknesses, their application
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Elsa
It was very clear that the first lesson was much weaker than the second. The teacher, first of all, arrived to the classroom after all of the students. He went straight into teaching without first eng
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Emhouse
This unit provided a helpful structure for planning lessons and helped me realize the importance of it in organizing the class and acting as a record for material taught. The lesson plan should includ
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Emory
This unit was about characteristics and roles that are necessary to be a good teacher. Teachers must be familiar with adapting to different situations that require lessons to be more student-centered
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Enchanted Oaks
Many large classes can have students with various levels in English therefore it is important to use common sense as a teacher to replay certain listening activities, or even give word puzzles to thos
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Encinal
it is important to not only teach by the text book. there are many teaching aids that can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. some of the resources
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Ennis
This fifteenth unit concentrates on the different ways by which students' level of education and progress can be evaluated. Examples include placement, progress and diagnostic tests. It equally deals
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Enon
Modals , phrasal verbs and passive voice are also important in English Grammar . Unit 18 , not only elaborate on how the above are used in English Grammar but also gives some ideas and aids on how to
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Escobares
I found this unit absolutely fascinating. I love linguistics and haven't studied it since college. The unit and unit test were laid out in such a way that you really have a deeper understanding of the
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Estelline
this unit has taught me about equipment and teaching aids in classroom. I have learned that I could use board, OHP, interactive whiteboard, visual aid, worksheet, cassettes, DVD, camera video etc. to
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Euless
As I said before in unit 2, a teacher must master grammar points and be prepared beforehand to face the many errors students could make. In my experience, and I agree with the text, the Present Perfec
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Eureka
Learners of English who have the opportunity to live in an English speaking environment while studying have a huge advantage. They are surrounded by the language continuously and are able to put acqui
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Eustace
In unit six we went over the past tense in all four of its forms as well as highlighted many verbs that irregular past tense forms. We discussed past simple form which is used to talk about past actio
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Evant
This lesson is about the more visible productive skills, that is reading and writing, which, it is stressed, are equally important, and equally as important as the receptive skills. Here we learn that
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Everman
The Unit 17 introduces teaching equipement and diverse aids, which can be used in the classroom. Nowadays, a lesson without PPT is likely to be critisied by the students, as the "traditional" adis mig
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