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Fair Oaks Ranch
This unit covers source materials. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using pre-made course materials when teaching students English as a foreign language. One advantage is that the cour
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Fairfield
This unit helped me understand verbal concepts. I revised transitive and intransitive and learnt how to use the passive voice. This last grammar concept was new to my knowledge and it was useful to s
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Fairview
In this unit i learn the importance of teaching receptive skill. Reading and listening play a very important role of receptive skill and even though this part is the shorter part of the other two that
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Falfurrias
In this unit, I studied about how to reach pronunciation and phonology. For the phonology part, we mainly talked about it from three aspects: stress, intonation and rhythm. We are introduced the two n
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Falls City
The demonstration classes have taught me a great deal about how much the productivity of a class changes with the attitude of the teacher. In the first demonstration video the teacher seemed rude and
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Farmers Branch
In this lesson I learned about various troubleshooting techniques. The various activities used for creating rapport and warm-ups can easily be adapted to practicing (or reviewing) grammar points as we
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Farmersville
In this unit, we learn about productive skills or skills that are needed to communicate language between people. These skills are writing and speaking--both of which are necessary to communicate. We f
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Farwell
The content of this unit is about present tense. There are simple present tense, present continuous tense, and present perfect tense. I also learnt about how to make present sentence in positive, nega
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Fate
I am a big lover of grammar that is why I was enjoying making a review of these grammar topics. We have spoken about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are those sentences containing 'if\w
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Fayetteville
This unit was an overview of basic English grammatical rules, including parts of speech and the different types of articles, adjectives, adverbs, nouns and so on. It discussed the rules and exceptions
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Ferris
Productive Skills include speaking and writing. Writing is often forgotten during a language training course due to the focus on speaking. Actually these two skills are equally important. In speaki
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Flat
This unit talks about the advantages and disadvantages of course books, created materials and authentic materials. A good mix of all three is important, since the course books provide continuity and p
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Flatonia
The future tense is one of the most complex areas of English language and Unit 8 provides the various future tenses , forms and usage . The future simple ( I shall/will ,you will ,he/she/it will,we sh
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Florence
This unit really explained the differences between placement exams, diagnostic exams, progress exams, practice exams, and external exams, as well as the different external exams. It is really interest
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Floresville
It is crucial to use course books correctly because it sets the level of study in your classroom. If you overuse them, students will get bored and their language won't improve as they only stay at one
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Flower Mound
During studing on the unit "Teachers and Learners" I have learnt a lot of importances for myself. Especially that being a "good teacher" is not just have a smile on your face in front of the learners
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Floydada
Both receptive skills are of equal importance because we cannot live without reading or listening. They surround us everywhere. Using these two skills we get information that we need both for purpose
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Follett
Unit 20 looked at common problems that the the teacher may encountered and suggested ways of dealing with them. First lessons are vital for a teacher to establish rapport, st the tone for the res of
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Forest Hill
This unit covers some of the most capricious parts of English speech - modals and phrasal verbs. It also explains passive tense. Modals are placed before verbs to change their meaning, often used to a
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Forney
I prefer the straight arrow method for teaching. If I am understanding the process well, I like the way it builds (scaffolds) to the next section of a unit. This is generally how we teach Spanish her
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Forsan
In this unit, I studied about teaching productive skills: speaking and writing. Both of them are for the communicative purpose. We started with speaking part by talking about differences between accur
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Fort Stockton
I just experienced that teaching phonology and pronunciation is a challenging assignment. Phonology of English is the study of the whole sound system of the language. Firstly, it covers the area of in
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Fort Worth
Unit 9 has been about introducing lesson planning. In this chapter we covered the importance of planning lessons and having a framework to operate in, but also to leave room for flexibility as teachin
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Franklin
In this unit we looked at receptive skills (reading and writing), all the skills should be incorporate into our lessons to have a balance approach. Reading and listening has two categories;. For pur
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Frankston
This unit provided two lessons of a real classroom setting to see an ESL teacher in action. Currently in my job I observe many ALTs here in Japan and provide feedback on their lessons. At times in the
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Fredericksburg
This unit is a bit different from the other units because it does not feature a PDF text to be read and studied, but two videos to be compared. The teacher in the first video is ineffective because hi
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Freeport
This unit outlines the characteristics towards various kinds of learning equipment and teaching aids that teachers can deploy and practice during English lessons. Each of this has its advantages, disa
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Freer
In the unit, I learned about conditional and reported speech. The conditional can be a bit tricky since there are many ways to form the conditional. Based on the unit material, there is the common str
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Friendswood
In this unit named Teaching special groups I've consistently explored more specialized groups, than adult student of general English, which may required slighty different skills. There are tips for te
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Friona
Planning a sequence of lessons is more or less the same as planning for a single lesson, but there are a number of special issues which we must consider. The flexibility we will often need to make cha
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Frisco
In Unit 19 we looked at teaching more specialized groups including beginners, individuals, children, and business people. While it seems obvious that different group types will have different needs, h
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Fritch
This unit was awesome! It really helped explain the different between authentic and created materials, and it showed how course materials are important but it can also be supplemented to cater to my s
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Frost
First lessons can be very intimidating and I am glad for the opportunity to review possible options and scenarios in this unit. I had not given too much thought to allowing the use of native language
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Fruitvale
Unit 1 is broken into two major parts: the qualities and roles of teachers and the qualities and levels of learners. The first part of the unit reminds readers that a good teacher has certain persona
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Fulshear
his unit elaborates on the parts of speech . Reading through this unit I have learnt a lot on the various parts of speech ( that is kinds , usage etc) .I leanrt that teaching grammar will be very easi
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Fulton
This Lesson has taught me about vocabulary, grammar and functions. It is particularly useful when teaching students a new language to understand its meaning,its construction and ability to produce and
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Gainesville
Now we're learning about the more focused types of teaching that we will be doing in the classroom environment: That is teaching to people who have never learned English before (Or maybe think they ha
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Galena Park
This unit covered a variety of grammar related topics. The unit covered different types of nouns, including a useful description on the differences between countable and uncountable nouns. The unit al
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Gallatin
These videos were helpful, as I was able to clearly see the difference between having a positive attitude, versus having a more negative attitude, and its impact on the class. Maintaining a positive a
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Galveston
From this unit I have learned how to improve receptive skills of my students. I have understood how to use different types of reading at the lesson. I find different examples form the unit very useful
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Ganado
This unit covered the characteristics of a good teacher, a good student and the various levels of language learning. As a language learner myself, I reflected on the characteristics of a good learner
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Garden Ridge
This unit gives its reader the basic idea about how English grammar works. It points out some of the most important rules and their corresponding exceptions which can help a student to grasp the langu
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Garland
In Unit 15 of the 120-hour TEFL course, I learned about the various tests that English students take. One test is known as the placement test. This test, as its name indicates, is designed to place st
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Garrett
I always found the use of textbooks better than the use of supplemental materials, but I can see that it may be the opposite for English learners. Since learning a language requires a lot of interacti
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Garrison
This unit covers 3 important aspects – Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice. Firstly, it outlines some of the fundamental rules when we are applying modals (e.g. can, could, may, might, should &
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Gary City
Section 12 of the ITTT TEFL course discusses the intricacies of teaching the productive skills: speaking and writing. Speaking is usually more focused on than writing and sometimes writing is relegate
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Gatesville
Now we analyzed how to teach English to special groups and also, to people willing to learn about a certain topic. For example, we studied how to teach Business English and also, we realized there are
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George West
This unit taught me about the two main types of course materials a teacher can use. I personally feel that a teacher should use text books for a course but should never entirely depend on it. As the u
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Georgetown
This unit taught me a lot about how much a teacher's attitude can affect a lesson. The second teacher seemed a lot more enthusiastic, elicited language structures and explained their usage, before pro
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Gholson
While speaking and writing are substantially different in many ways, they both are used for the same purpose – to communicate. In many ways, writing is the most neglected skill in the TEFL world, a
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