TESOL Online in Utah - Teacher English Jobs

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Smithfield
This Unit has greatly expounded on the subjects of conditional and reported speech in a comprehensive way. I have never understood reported speech and conditionals as I have in this lesson. Three are
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Snowville
There are four different approaches to the evaluation and assessment of a students level of knowledge and language. Following the proper sequence of those tests will provide the teacher with an unders
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South Jordan
Unit 7 reveals vocabulary, grammar and language functions teaching. Different ESA approaches can be used depending on teaching vocabulary, grammar part, or functions. Lessons that are aimed at grammar
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South Ogden
This unit discusses teaching materials and books. What is much better to be guided by and how to find the best one? Of course you need to use books and materials carefully choosing the right option, b
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South Salt Lake
Students can be given different assessments to gather varying data. A teacher should utilize placement and diagnostic assessment to ensure that their teaching is relevant and effective. The teacher ca
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South Weber
This unit states what makes a good teacher and a good learner. The latter should possess motivation for learning and readiness to ask teacher the questions he/she got. A good teacher should be kind an
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Spanish Fork
In my opinion, the study of pronunciation and phonology is a very difficult and time-consuming process. Intonation, stress, special pronunciation of words that are closely interrelated with each other
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Spring City
Unit 5 is describing how to manage classes properly. It tell about eye contact between the teacher and students, gestures and the voice. The grouping of students is an important part of class manageme
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Springdale
In this unit, I learned a lot about pronunciation and phonetics. The unit started off with a refresher of basic pronunciation and phonetics and then went very in depth. I was exposed to a more comple
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Springville
almost there. I like making my own material relevant to my school requirements, for example, cultural awareness, so using students own cultures to compare and contrast the cultures of my country (NZ).
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St. George
I learnt that they are four basic skills in language which are in two categories; Thus Receptive and Reproductive Skills. Receptive skills involve in Reading and Listening while Productive skills also
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Sterling
In this unit I learn four basic skills in any laguage: receptive skills in any language: receptive skills - reading and listening while productive skills - speaking and writting. They are equally impo
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Stockton
I really appreciate the simplicity in which this lesson has been designed. I studied phonetics and phonology when I was in the teachers' training college in my country's University but what amazes me
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Sunnyside
This unit reflects on the importance of speaking and writing. It gives us information about what activities we should use in developing accuracy and fluency. It then gives us guidelines for a speaking
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Sunset
I found the information about eye contact and gestures helpful as these are cues that can be taken for granted and add a lot to how engaging a classroom/teacher is. Getting specific about eye contact
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Syracuse
Although the first video showed an extreme example of how "not-to" teach a class, it's easy to imagine how even one or two of these actions by a teacher could completely derail a class lesson. In this
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Tabiona
I have learned in this unit the many forms of testing that students will encounter. Diagnostic and placement tests will be particularly helpful at the start of the school year, and will help me as a t
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Taylorsville
This unit covers modals, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. Modals are used to expressed things such as obligation, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition, ability, and advise. The passive v
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Tooele
During the presentation of any lesson, the rapport established between teacher and students will go a long way toward setting the stage for determining if a lesson was successful or not, with respect
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Toquerville
In this unit, I have learned the various different resources that aid teaching in the classroom. I've learned that there are a variety of teaching equipment, such as something as essential as the whit
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Torrey
The last unit explains the evaluation and testing. We learn how to evaluate students and the types of test that we know and use as teachers. We learn the difference and the use of the placement test,
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Tremonton
In Unit 9, starts with basic and general overview of course book usage, advantages and disadvantage, including 2 types of materials found in course books and how they are grouped. Both types of materi
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Trenton
This unit was to good to learn about the about course books , i am glad to kn ow that course books can also have a big influence in language learning process, we must choose a course book which is att
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Tropic
In section 8 I was once again faced with my language merely being ingrained within me, rather than my operating under perceived rules. It was once again a struggle to remember it is not merely the way
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Uintah
Watching a class demonstration was very helpful, as all of my studies were put into action. I learned a lot from the first video, which showed me that some simple mistakes can make a class ineffective
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Vernal
This lesson was a nice way to wrap up the TEFL course because it talked about specific situations that might, or even almost certainly will, arise in a classroom. I found it particularly helpful to th
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Vernon
This unit discusses some of the differences between authentic study materials and created study materials. The use of these materials have both pros and cons and are very dependent on the type of educ
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Vineyard
Great contents, very clear instructions given for a beginner teacher to come up with her own content. These contents and materials can be modified and used according to the audience. which will be ver
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Virgin
There are four basic skills in learning a new language; receptive skills (reading and listening), and productive skills (writing and speaking). Lessons should try to include all four skills for balan
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Wales
This unit covered a significant about of complex topics; modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice are sometimes difficult to totally grasp even for a native speaker. The numerous ways modals are used
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Wallsburg
This unit was a nice ending to this part of the course, seeing as how it hit on many common issues a teacher may run into. In particular, the section about reluctant students. I think that is a big is
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Washington
Examinations are a crucial part of any educational experience. It is important to think about the different types of tests, and what their ultimate purposes are. When utilized correctly, testing can b
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Washington Terrace
In this unit we we focused on different types of tests given by teachers to students at different stages in a course. Placement tests are to enable teachers to place new students into the correct leve
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Wellington
This unit focused on teaching the receptive skills which are reading and listening. I learned that in regards to reading, even for native speakers there are certain skills we go through when we read m
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Wellsville
This unit is about materials used in a course: a course book, created materials, authentic materials. There are advantages and disadvantages to each type of course materials. It is important that the
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Wendover
This lesson was about course book and materials for teaching in the classroom. This lesson was very helpful for me because I am an inexperienced teacher, so seeing how I can use a combination of the
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West Bountiful
This unit deals with the teaching special groups. Here is information about the varieties of the class. Each class, whether it is children or business English at a high level requires a completely ind
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West Haven
This unit focus on the phonology and pronunciation of the English language. It covered major areas such as the use of intonation and stress. The chapter showed how complex pronunciation can be and how
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West Jordan
This section gives a summary of the roles and responsibilities of teachers, and how students should be considered by the teacher. With respect to the roles a teacher will face during a class/curriculu
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West Point
Unit 15 reveals that there are many kinds of tests that can be taken by the students in a language school. Placement test has the aim to assist the formation of groups of students of the same level, a
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West Valley City
In this unit, I studied about how to teach special groups of students. They usually include: teaching beginners, teaching individual students, teaching children, teaching business English or English f
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Willard
In this unit, "Evaluation and Testing", I learned the about the various types of tests and their respective qualities. This unit helped cement the distinction between the different tests of testing a
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Woodland Hills
I believe that for a good teacher it is really important to know your students at a sufficient level, to recognize their interest and favorite topics, to be able to attract and interest in a particula
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Woodruff
The teaching style shown in the second video gives a clear example of the importance of the teachers energy and care, taking time to learn names and make each student feel noticed and important creat
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Woods Cross
This unit talks about teaching receptive skills. Every language has four basic skills: two of them are receptive (listening and reading) and the other two are productive skills (speaking and writing).
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