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Giddings
Lesson planning and creating lesson plans sheets are vital in creating organised and structured lessons, which act as a record of leaning objectives, progress, areas of improvement as a teacher and p
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Gilmer
This unit more or less felt like a review based on the previous units, pulling together a lot of the information that has been presented up until this point. The mock lesson plan presented provides a
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Gladewater
This section dives into tenses of English in which there are four of and each of which has three different forms totaling twelve in all. It is rather complicated to learn but I believe it is crucial
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Glen Rose
This unit showed two videos. One showed an ineffective way of teaching, and one showed an effective lesson. The videos are the length of a lesson and the second video includes all the parts of a lesso
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Glenn Heights
Unit 2 provided an introduction go grammar and parts of speech. It covered nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions, and conjunctions. Through the exercises, I was
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Glenwood
Unit 15: Evaluation and Testing listed the various tests in which a teacher or institution can evaluate their students’ levels and grade them at any given point in the semester. Giving feedback, stu
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Godley
This chapter focused on the two productive sills which are writing and speaking. Often in ESL classrooms writing is overlooked as it does not revolve around speaking and speaking although very importa
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Goldsmith
In this unit I was able to experience being in a classroom and seeing what the theories and methods that I have been learning up to this point look like in real life. Seeing the demonstrations between
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Goldthwaite
Unit 5 has helped me understand the various ways a teacher can use space in the classroom. It was interesting to read about the way a teacher can position her students and how these positions can infl
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Goliad
This unit is about conditionals and reported speech. The conditionals are those sentences which contain 'if' or 'when' and they can refer to present, past and future. The five main conditionals are: z
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Golinda
This unit gives examples of tests English students usually take during their study. Testing is an important part of learning process. There are different types of tests with different purpose. There a
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Gonzales
In this unit, I have learned more essentials grammatical issues about Modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Therefore the use of modal auxilary verbs is to explain certainty or uncertainty, probab
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Goodlow
This unit deals with the various stages of planning a lesson it goes over the basic PPP structure in relation to the ESA planning styles. It is important to keep in mind the goals of a lesson and in m
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Goodrich
In this unit we see a continuation of elements of English grammar which has presented us with the basic requirements of English grammar. A good mastery of the content of this unit will help the teache
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Gordon
In this unit, we wrap up the grammar material from this course. We covered phrasal verbs, modals, relative clauses, and passive vs. active voice. For modals, we read and learned about what makes speci
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Goree
After viewing the two videos from Unit 10, I learned that the teacher's attitude could either increase student participation or decrease it. In the first video, the teacher's attitude was rather negat
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Gorman
English does not have a verb form specifically used to express future tense. We have to choose from a variety of forms (using 'will'/'shall', 'going to', the present continuous, the present simple, et
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Graford
The two receptive skills are speaking and writing. Readers and listeners apply certain specialist skills such as Predictive skills, Specific information - scanning, General idea skimming, Detailed inf
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Graham
In this Unit I learnt about teaching productive skills. I learnt about speaking and writing, the importance of communication and how learners may find it challenging. Accuracy and Fluency are two impo
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Granbury
In this lesson we learned about Conditionals and Reported Speech. With conditionals, we learned that there are five different types of conditionals. Reported speech changed based on what tense the dir
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Grand Prairie
In this unit, the lesson covered the different technicalities of phonology in the English language as well as techniques on how to teach pronunciation, intonation, and stress to students. I learned a
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Grand Saline
Unit sixteen is partially about Conditionals in English grammar. It includes the five types of Conditionals such as: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixe
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Grandfalls
In this unit, there were two videos showing examples of effective and ineffective classroom teaching. In the first video, we saw a class where the students had difficulties getting engaged and took a
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Grandview
Unit 18 is focused on Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs are can, could, may might, should, shall, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. W
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Granger
It is very important to get off to a good start with the students in the initial lesson. This involves establishing rapport, learning the students needs in the course, finding the level of student and
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Granite Shoals
It was very interesting to see the material presented in this unit reflected in my own life as a learner: I could quickly understand what it meant to be a good teacher because I could remember seeing
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Granjeno
This unit covered both pronunciation and phonology of the English language. While I believe it was thorough, and I believe it could have been better explained. For example in question 8 it asks which
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Grapeland
Within this section, I think the writing portion outweighs the speaking only because of my experience with native speakers, being able to speak their own language yet cannot write it (or read it). Wri
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Grapevine
In this unit, we have learned about the types of evaluations that can be conducted both inside and outside a classroom, the frequency or when these assessments can or should be used, and what their ma
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Greenville
I found this unit to be helpful. Because I am from the United States, I learned about the levels that Europe uses to determine students' language development from Beginner to Advanced. The terms for t
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Gregory
This unit broke down the different aspects of pronunciation, such as the physical parts of the mouth, nasal and throat passage that are used, the different kinds of sounds that are made by the interac
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Grey Forest
This Unit was extremely useful in refreshing my most favorite subject in school. At University I studied linguistics and it was really nice to get a proper refresher on all the subtle nuances of gramm
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Grice
In unit 18 we learn about modals, phrasal verbs, passive voice and relative clauses. These are the last of the basic grammatical structures that will most commonly appear in class. Modals can change t
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Groesbeck
There are different reasons why teachers evaluate their students. Teachers should see which class level the students should be placed in, evaluation is used to identify areas of difficulty and iron th
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Groom
This unit faces the topic of pronunciation and phonology. Although it's a difficult and very often negleted topic to teach, it's very important to do so in order for the students to speak correctly an
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Groves
It was so interesting and useful to watch two different videos though the main characters were the same. After the watching, I truly realized how different classes can be and how important it is to be
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Groveton
This unit briefly went over some of the parts of grammar and sentence structures used in the English language and different ways that they are classified. It contained what its title quite plainly imp
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Gruver
This unit focuses on modal auxiliaries such as can, could etc and explains when and how they are used. It equally teaches how the active and passive voices are formed and used in English language. Cla
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Gun Barrel City
This unit covers teaching productive skills, which include speaking and writing. It covers various issues that may come up while teaching these skills to students. For example, pronunciation can prove
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Gunter
In this unit, with all of the different types of Teacher aids and resources that can be used in the classroom and to create lesson plans. This is probably the most useful unit I have read so far in th
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Gustine
In this unit, I learned about modals, phrasal verbs and the different types of voice that can be used in english. The modal verbs are used to to express certain ideas obligation, permission, probabili
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Hackberry
This unit discusses productive skills, namely writing and speaking. Since many languages have completely different patterns of pronunciation, punctuation, and sentence structure, it is important to co
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Hale Center
In this unit I learned about potential problems that could arise in class, and ways in which to troubleshoot them. If a student is being reluctant to speak in class. It may be a confidence or a cultur
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Hallettsville
This section deals with the very very important part of language in pronunciation. It said that pronunciation can be the hardest part of English according to some learners, but I think it could to app
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Hallsburg
This hunit was interesting to see a real life scenario of teaching techniques and lesson structure. Although both lessons were extremely boring and it was hard to follow for this reason. It the second
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Hallsville
This unit provided information about the different types of course materials a teacher can use. The two main types are authentic and created materials, the latter of which is divided into course books
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Haltom City
Unit 14 discusses the pros and cons of several kinds of English as a Second Language teaching materials, including authentic materials, materials created by the teacher, and textbook materials. Authen
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Hamilton
Unit 13: Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology. I really enjoy this Lesson,. It means a lot to me, I am not a native English speaker,. I grew up in the Philippines and currently living in Paris. I r
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Hamlin
This unit focused on the use, advantages and disadvantages of various teaching equipment in the classroom. This topic is useful in that it supplements the course's overall suggested strategies as a te
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Happy
Phonology is an important lesson that needs to be covered in some manner in the classroom, either as a class session devoted entirely to it, or as sporadic sessions that come forward when issues in co
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