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Hunters Creek Village
The unit "Teaching Receptive Skills" shows us importance of skills , such as reading and listening, their types, such as reading or listening for a purpose and reading or listening for entertainment.
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Huntington
to Give the lesson plan you would use: We would play the excerpt during the engage stage and ask the students a couple of questions about it to get them involved. In the study stage students would be
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Huntsville
Unit 8 looks at future tense. I appreciate this unit as future tense has many complexities that are difficult even for native speakers. While I have gained a lot from the content of each of the units
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Hurst
Unit 18: "Modals, Phrasal verbs, and Passive voice". -Modals can be used to express number of different ideas: Obligation,Possibility,Permission,Ability,Advice. -Modal auxiliary verbs can also be use
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Hutchins
This unit comprises of four different grammar bloks types of modal verbs (can, could, might, may, should, neet to... etc) their usage and subtle difference then relative clauses (defining and non-de
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Hutto
Accuracy and fluency are both equally important. Accuracy is typically used in the study phase whereas fluency is used in the activate stage. As always and because fluency is used in the activate stag
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Huxley
The attitude of the teacher in the first lesson immediately turned me off from the classroom as I remembered all the times I had lost respect for my teachers when they did this to a class I was in. Wi
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Idalou
This unit demonstrates the impact that the attitude of the teacher will have on the learning of the students. The first video was really difficult to watch as the teacher was rude and abrupt, making t
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Impact
Unit 14 looked at books and materials used, it shows how teachers prefer some material more than others. Teachers often have to create their own materials to either supplement the course book or repl
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Indian Lake
This was a helpful unit for me. I was able to see the interaction between the teacher and student and the effect the teacher's style and preparedness had on the students' participation and engagement.
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Industry
Unit 13 dealt with something that I was thinking about from the moment I applied for an English Teaching Assistantship in Korea: Pronunciation. I know what proper pronunciation sounds like but was won
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Ingleside
In this unit, I had a very detailed study of Grammar. It helped me to understand more about words that every sentence is consists of and how they play different roles in a sentence. Starting from Noun
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Ingram
Unit 19 looked at different types of classes. There are different techniques of teaching different groups, such as beginners, which includes the false beginner which may have been exposed to English
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Iola
There are so many differences between the first and second demonstration classes. In the first video the teacher didn't give clear explanation of the lesson point, he kept asking questions which made
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Iowa Park
When I started learning English our teacher always gave us the new vocabulary with the pronunciation using the phonemic alphabet. Of course, I did not know it was called that way then. Later almost no
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Iraan
Unit 1 discussed the relationship between learners and teachers. In particular, it talked about what makes good learners and how learners’ behavior, motivation, and progress may differ based on Engl
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Iredell
In this unit I have learned something when i start a new lesson.i shouldn't start the coursebook derectly. i should use some activities instead. it will make the students get interested. and also warm
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Irving
Unit 12 follows the last unit on receptive skills, it takes a close look on a variety of issues relating to the two productive skills, i.e. writing and speaking. It examines the importance of these sk
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Italy
In this Unit, modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice were discussed. For modals, we learned the uses, present tense, future tense and past tense for each auxiliary verb. For passive voice we learn
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Itasca
I personally find the phonemic alphabet extremely confusing because no teacher taught it in school. I also think because of my personal experience with languages like Arabic, which uses symbols simila
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Ivanhoe
This is another surprisingly difficult topic. Any topics about English tenses are going to be difficult to teach our students, and I need to do a lot more practice before I myself feeling confident w
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Jacinto City
Lesson ten of the ITTT TEFL course is composed of two videos of classroom lessons relating to the language point of auxiliary modal verbs: can; can't; have to; don't have to. It was very helpful to se
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Jacksboro
This unit describes the importance of teaching vocabulary, grammar and functions. It shows how each of these three elements can be taught by applying the ESA method (following the straight arrow, boom
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Jacksonville
This unit taught me how to structure lesson plans, and the various factors to keep in mind when creating a lesson plan. I anticipate one of the challenges for me will be deciding the order of the less
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Jamaica Beach
I understood the meanings and uses of different kinds of modal auxiliary verbs such as can, could, might shall, etc. which are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. These modal verb
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Jarrell
This unit tells about classroom management. We need to use eye contact, gesture and voice if we want to convey the message to the students. It is also important to grouping students. It will be good f
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Jasper
In Unit 10, I learnt two types of interesting methods of teaching, one was ineffective and the other was a good example in comparison. From the students' response in both videos, the second lesson was
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Jayton
This was a great reminder for modal verbs, relayive clauses, phrasal verbs and the passive/active voice. I found the table on page 5 useful as it shows all the conversions from a particular tense to
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Jefferson
This short unit provides an outlook on how to approach teaching the receptive skills, listening and reading. It covers some basic theories on how to prepare and engage the students when teaching these
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Jersey Village
This unit discussed the challenges that english language learners face when learning productive skills of speaking and writing. It seems that writing is the more difficult to master in terms of accura
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Jewett
This unit covered information on the various kinds of equipment that can be utilized for student learning, and it explained how to most efficiently and effectively create lessons that incorporated boa
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Joaquin
Pronunciation is an important part of teaching English. While it is unlikely that students will have perfect pronunciation, it is important to work towards an understanding of how it works, because pr
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Johnson City
I have always been impressed how different a lesson can turn out depending on whether the students are interested in the topic or not. I find it hard to generate interest in a random topic. That is wh
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Jolly
This unit was an overview of the present tenses—particularly the present simple, present continuous, present perfect and the present perfect continuous. As a native speaker and from past university
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Jonesboro
Unit 5 was a unit on class management – it talked about several topics, including building rapport, classroom seating arrangements, types of individual or group work, student and teacher talking tim
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Jonestown
In this unit, I studied modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Starting with modal auxiliary verbs, there are can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to
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Josephine
This module has helped me understand what a classroom work plan looks like and its function. I have understood the importance of organising a plan and the value it brings to me as a teacher but also t
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Joshua
In Unit 16 we learned about conditionals & reported speech, and What are Conditional Sentences? Not all English sentences follow grammar “rules.” However, there are sentence structures you can lea
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Jourdanton
Lesson plans can serve some important functions. They can provide direction and a bit of structure to lessons so the teacher can maintain control and keep things running smoothly, be used as reference
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Judson
Modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs are significant to learn in English grammar. It is important for students to be able to construct their sentences in such a way that will not cause misunderstan
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Junction
Unit 17: Equipment and teaching aids. This unit covers different equipment and teaching aids you can find and or use while teaching. There are about 15 different tools and learning aids that can be us
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Justin
Unit 13 deals with pronunciation and phonology. It defines phonology as the study of science, analysis and classification of the physical properties of sound. It handles in detail the areas of phonolo
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Karnes City
I think making lesson plans including ESA is the most difficult part for me. I need more practice on it. Through learning this lesson, I have known the importance of making a lesson plan before a clas
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Katy
Unit 13: Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology was very helpful. It was a good review of the International Phonetic Alphabet for me; I had last learned it during college in a Linguistics course. I enjo
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Kaufman
Quite similar to another unit explaning the use of materials in class, this had a bit more details as far as technology is concerned. Basically, what it explains is that technology has been a big help
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Keene
It is important for the teacher to go to class with a positive attitude. Teachers must gain rapport with the students. SIMPLE gestures like smokes and eye contact tend to be very useful. Calling g stu
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Keller
This unit looked at the variety of materials and methods that teachers can use to aid their students’ progress in the classroom. It covers the differences between authentic and created materials and
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Kemah
This section goes into the methodologies in which you can teach students using methods like ESA and various interpretations like Boomerang, Patchwork, etc. I learned also the best way to go about corr
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Kemp
This unit is about different ways of evaluating students' level and progress. There are a number of ways to access a students' level, but here is distinguished 3 ways: tutorials, evaluation by student
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Kempner
In this unit we discussed the present tense as well as common mistakes that students may make. We talked about present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous in af
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