TESOL Online in Utah - Teacher English Jobs

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New Harmony
in this unit, we focused on the last few commonly taught basic grammar in EFL which are modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice as well as a brief overall of phrase verbs and relative clauses.
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Newton
- I have learned that in order to have respect from students a teachers' attitude is very important, if the teacher enters a room with the wrong attitude the students will probably lack of respect and
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Nibley
Perhaps it was the rigors of the day, but this Unit had me triple checking all of my notions and answers during the test. Once again I realize how ingrained the language is for native speakers like my
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North Logan
This was a rather short unit on course materials and workbooks. As we touched on it earlier in the course, this was a good reminder of authentic materials which are materials made for and by native En
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North Ogden
Unit 3 reveals the main point of EFL methodology, mistakes and feedback. Different techniques and theories may be applies in the class, such as grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, PPP, the silent w
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North Salt Lake
The tenth unit reflects on the fact that teacher's attitude, voice and patience play a big role in the class efficiency. If the teacher smiles, speaks clearly and explains all the directions to the ac
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Oak City
The bulk of this unit referred to the usage of modal auxiliary verbs. It was very helpful because the unit listed the auxiliary verbs and their uses and tenses so clearly. Such as the verb must only b
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Oakley
This unit focused on the reflective skills of a language: reading and listening. These skills are equally important (along with productive skills). They include the following skills: predictive, scann
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Ogden
In this lesson I learned and grasp the difference and concept of speaking and writing for the purpose of communication. Up to now, I never really focused on the true usage of the two definition let al
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Ophir
The illustration of language as a tree, with grammar being its trunk and branches and vocabulary and functions as its beauty was a very helpful picture for me. This was particularly helpful because I
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Orangeville
This final unit was useful in identifying common situations that future English teachers will face in their classrooms. I found it most useful in clearing up potentially tricky or awkward situations
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Orderville
This unit was about teaching special groups like children or business english. This unit was helpful because there is a good chance I will be teaching kids. This lesson gave helpful information abou
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Orem
In this unit on Conditionals and Reported Speech,I have learned details about each that I was unaware about growing up as an English native speaker. For example, I learned about the five main conditio
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Panguitch
I found this unit to be more useful, as there are several suggestions listed in the text related to classroom management. It provides some useful advice for novice teachers in maintaining classroom di
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Paradise
Although course books are a wonderful resource, many other aids can be used to make lessons more effective and interesting. My favorites include: whiteboards, interactive whiteboards, overhead projec
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Paragonah
As of the last unit it was really helpful to understand how to deal with students of different abilities and forms , i am happy to go through all the Units and successfully completing the course , ITT
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Park City
Unit 18 is devoted to modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The 'modals' are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to; they are
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Parowan
Behavior is observable outcome of the teacher that affects the student performance,An inspiring teacher can increase the knowledge of the student and develop their skills and personal characteristics.
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Payson
One of the overriding themes in this entire course has been the importance of keeping ESL lessons interesting, fun, (appropriately) challenging and engaging. By using a varied arsenal of course books
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Perry
This unit focused on the teaching of productive skills which are speaking and writing, along with the addition of games in the classroom. From this unit I have learned the difference between accuracy
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Plain City
Unit 20 tells about troubleshooting, dealing with some difficult situations in the class, like first lesson and establishing rapport with the students; students with different level of English in one
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Pleasant Grove
This unit covered the different conditionals including their forms and usages. This is very important to avoid awkward phrasing for new English speakers. What I found helpful was their teaching ideas
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Pleasant View
In this unit, we were given an overview of the general characteristics of a good teacher and a good learner. We learned about what makes a good teacher and a good learner, and what roles a teacher can
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Plymouth
This unit is focused on evaluation and testing. Placement tests are given prior to coursework to determine the level of student ability to make sure students are grouped with the correct level and giv
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Portage
I felt tensed watching the videos perhaps because I had to contrast them. However, I noticed that the differences we're clear except for the two voices which I couldn't judge their differences. The di
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Price
From this unit, I learned a lot of different techniques and methods to utilize in the classroom when teaching. The detailed breakdown of each methodology or technique was effective at helping me deci
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Providence
This unit was an interesting one. While the first half of the quiz was a standard "remember what you learned", the latter portion emphasized the flow of a class with given activities. I found this sec
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Provo
The most useful part of this unit was the online resources, as most teachers/ students have access to internet (though not everywhere in the world). What I found really useless, and it dates the mater
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Randolph
This unit was very helpful in terms of sample lesson plans with respect to the activities related to Engage. Study. and Activate phases of lessons. Using the sample lesson plan, activity sheets/study
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Redmond
From this unit I have acquired a great understanding of classroom management. The various styles, methods, and techniques provided are great starting points to work from. The different styles paired
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Richfield
In this unit we learned about conditionals and reported speech, both of which are aspects of English grammar that I had previously paid no thought. Thinking through the different ways in which "if" st
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Richmond
A good relationship is important between teachers and students. It can bring the desired teaching effects and let students do well in their studies. This ideal relationship depends on efforts from bo
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River Heights
Unit 4 is describing four aspects of the Present tense: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. They all have different forms, usage points. A teacher should pay special attention to the t
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Riverdale
Unit 12 (just as unit 11) has provided a good guidelines for teaching production skills. I like ITTT lessons because they always introduce something new. In this unit, I noticed the issue of different
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Riverton
Receptive language skills of reading and listening are important skills to learn for study and pleasure. Teaching these skills needs to be motivating and of interest to the students. Student interests
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Rockville
Unit 20 covers some troubleshooting topics. As mentioned in previous units, the importance of knowing your audience cannot be stressed enough. The lessons must be relate-able to the students and mus
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Rocky Ridge
In this unit, I studied about the most common problem situations teachers may encounter in a class. These problems can be how to do first lesson, how to have good warmers, how to teach different level
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Roosevelt
This section was a review of the various aspects of the Past tense of English verbs. As a native speaker, I found it a useful reference of the grammar rules and usage associated with the various aspec
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Roy
This unit was a lot to take in. Pronunciation is considered a neglected part of language education. For students to become confident in a second language, they need to be confident in their pronuncia
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Rush Valley
Unit 17 is telling about equipment and teaching aids. Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the course books. Different schools hav
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Salem
In this unit, I have learned about the different materials and supports teachers could utilize in their classrooms in order to maintain students interested and stimulated. Examples of such materials
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Salina
This unit provided some interesting information about different types of (groups of) students, with useful information and techniques for the respective groups. Teaching young learners, the do's and d
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Salt Lake City
Unit 12 is devoted to teaching productive skills which are writing and speaking. They are equally important while learning a language. Writing and speaking come at different stages of a lesson. Accura
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Sandy
The ESA structure seems to be very effective in getting students to participate in the different ways that make for effective understanding and recall; especially the study and activate contrast, the
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Santa Clara
Unit 16 is about conditionals and reported speech. There are five kinds of conditionals: zero (if/when + present tense, present tense), first (if + present simple, will), second (if + past simple, wou
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Santaquin
This unit reminded me that there are so many nuances in the english language, and that a simple comma can define whether information is relative or important. With these slight changes it is again hel
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Saratoga Springs
Unit 19 is devoted to the teaching special groups, which include absolute beginners, false beginners, adult beginners, young beginners, beginners without Roman alphabet and business English students,
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Scipio
I found this unit particularly helpful as I am an extrovert that likes to improvise rather than memorize in language situations. While this can be helpful, the negative aspect to this is that I have g
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Scofield
This unit provide wide variety of resources we can use in the classroom. Teachers must use different teaching aids to make the lesson more interesting, effective and less dependent to the textbook. On
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Sigurd
In this lesson I learned that the attitude a teacher brings into the lesson will greatly impact on the effectiveness of the lesson: in the first lesson the teacher had an apathetic attitude and as suc
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