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Jamaica
This unit covered various teaching materials and resources to help aid teachers in the classroom. I suppose it depends on the institute were a teacher is working, but some of the tech discussed is a b
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Jay
The unit talks about the difference between accuracy and fluency and how they are equally important yet the engagement is the difference in the way accuracy is controlled by the teacher to make sure t
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Jericho
Unit 19 explains the rules for teaching English to special groups. The five categories of the special groups considered are: beginnes, teaching individual students, teaching young learners (Yls), Engl
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Johnson
In Unit 2, I have become familiar with the parts of speech, their types, and division. This Unit was quite challenging because the grammar is being explained in very specific terms. In my personal op
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Killington
This unit is about vocabulary, grammar and function. The content of this unit helps to construct English lesson as for the goal of teaching. First of all let`s talk about teaching vocabulary. As a rul
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Kirby
In this unit, I learned about conditionals and reported speech. I found this lesson interesting as it made me think about all the news reports I had heard and how they were arranged. I can see where t
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Landgrove
This unit was a more complex than previous units as this is not the way we were taught to speak English as a child. However the explanations were great in terms of explaining the importance of underst
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Leicester
This unit is all about classroom management. It teaches things like how to use eye contact and voice projection as classroom management tools. It talks about different seating arrangements and differe
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Lemington
we had taken in this unit Coursebooks and lesson materials Materials divided into two groups: A-Authentic B-Created materials Coursebooks usually consist of a set of materials student's book tea
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Lewis
This unit gives us an overview about various types of materials that may be used in an ESL classroom. These materials include authentic materials (basically these are any materials out there that is u
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Lincoln
This unit briefly covered various types of tests and their purposes, along with the importance of evaluating students. There are several different reasons for testing students, such as determining wh
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Londonderry
This section details some common issues that can arise in the average language class. Trouble with listening extracts, reluctant students, very large classes, and students using their native tongue ar
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Lowell
This unit was very interesting! I knew all the parts of speech but as far as the different types of some parts of speech, I did not know at all. For example, the different classes of adverbs or the ty
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Ludlow
This unit focused on grammar rules. Modals, Phrasal Verbs and Passive Voice are all well explained and the book provides good examples as well. I would say this topic in the specific can be confusing
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Lunenburg
I think it was quite confusing putting a question in here about the "straight arrow ESA" structure when the unit displayed "Patchwork" I thought it was a typo and was quite confused on what I should b
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Lyndon
Unit seven it focuses on the ways of teaching a new language, including vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. There are four things students need to do when learning a new languag
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Maidstone
I'd never thought before about these skills topic but now after learned about it. I felt like my eyes had been open in a way where I feel a little more able to grasp how as a teacher I can work on dif
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Manchester
This unit finished what the previous started with outlining all the necessary skills needed to be taught to the student starting with information coming in from an outside source and getting processed
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Marlboro
we had taken in this unit 1-Modal verbs can,could,will,would,may,might,have to, have got to, should/ought to + verb in base form I can clarify these modal verbs by the usage 1-Certainty A-Much le
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Marshfield
This lesson discussed the various resources that ESL teachers can (and should) use in their classrooms. This requires that teachers be technically savvy (especially for the IWB, among others), and it
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Mendon
In unit twelve aspects of the two teaching productive skills, speaking and writing, are analysed. First of all reasons why we speak and write, differences between the two together with their sub-skill
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Middlebury
As for Unit 3 this unit is great from the point of view of discription of different methods and techniques. I can say that I like to use Communicative languge method for young learners and Grammar tra
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Middlesex
This section highlights the various materials available in the typical classroom and gives instruction on points of consideration for each of these common items. Basically, whatever materials are to b
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Middletown Springs
This unit covers the different types of testing and evaluations involving knowledge of the English language. These tests are mostly designed for non-native English speakers. I learned from this unit t
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Milton
Unit eighteen focuses on the modals, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. Modal verbs, uses, examples and present/ past forms have been explained in the first part of the unit followed by the teaching
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Monkton
This session has given me an understanding of what class management is indeed. i have been taken through the process of understanding how to use gestures, eye contact and my voice. Then, how to group
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Montgomery
This topic was very informative about different types of evaluation and also highlighted the importance of feedback. I think feedback is definitely important as it can keep the student engaged and mot
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Moretown
In this unit, basically we have been seen the roles and attributes of both teachers and learners. we have also seen the different stages of learners. As a teacher, it is important to care for your tea
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Morgan
This unit was an introduction to more advanced grammar topics which included modal verbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Modal verbs are used to indicate possibility, obligat
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Morristown
This unit has taught me the difficulties to find yourself teaching a group of people with different needs, especially adults. And that when it comes to teaching children, we have to make the students
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Mount Holly
It was good to learn about pronunciation. I knew that Intonation is considered in whole sentence. It could be a different meaning by different intonation. I have learned that Intonation carries the me
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Mount Tabor
It was fresh reminding about conditional sentences. The sentence contains 'if' refer to past, present and future possibilities. It was well organised and explanation for zero conditional to mixed cond
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New Haven
This unit covers pronunciation and phonology of the English language. I have learned how very confusing the English language can be to non-native speakers, especially when looking at differences in ho
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Newark
In the first unit of this course I have learned that a teacher has various roles to fulfill and must be capable of assessing the most appropriate time to fulfill each role. At times I will be introduc
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Newbury
This unit goes over the two types of speech in its title and really begins to demonstrate the complexity of the language. In previous units, such as the ones covering all of the different tenses, we w
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Newfane
The final unit went over a few of the problems that teachers will most likely encounter and provided some strategies on how to deal with them. It started with new classes, and broke those down into tw
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Newport
Unit 7 introduces rather general informations about vocabulary, grammar and functions. No matter what kind of method the teacher chooses, the students need to do four things with the new language: be
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North Hero
I have looked at teaching groups of adults students of general English so far, however this unit was about teaching different groups which required different skills. There were many different groups s
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Northfield
Unit 12 was quite interesting, it really opened my eyes to certain things that I had not even considered. For example, the fact that some cultures don't have the same alphabet and the students woul
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Norton
In this lesson, I learned about the usage of coursebooks. The disadvantages were a little surprising to me, as I had previously assumed most teachers structured their curriculum around a particular co
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Norwich
Unit 9 brings a comprehensive introduction into the lesson planning. I have the experience of teaching, but I have never made very detailed or stuctured lesson plan. This is definitely useful for a lo
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Orange
This unit talks about the various roles of a teacher. The teacher is a manager, a facilitator, an assessor, a prompter and a person who models correct language patterns. A good teacher is consistent,
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Orwell
Unit 18 covered the three parts of grammar in its title along with relative clauses. Modal verbs seem to be the easiest for students to pick up, at least grammatically and especially if they are alrea
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Panton
Learning about the various methods of TEFL/TESOL teaching has helped me understand how English has been taught in the past and how contemporary teachers believe an active and thorough lesson should be
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Pawlet
This unit was focusing on four important grammar sections of the English language: the modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, the phrasal verbs and the relative clauses. Since all of them are usual
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Peacham
Good to know about what students need to do with new language. Teaching new vocabulary is important. From this part the most interesting for me was paragraph about what students need to know about a v
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Peru
In this unit, i have learnt that receptive skills listening and reading are equally important for us.this unit teach me about the purposes, uses of receptive skills. I have read some techniques in thi
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Pittsfield
This section was helpful as it went over basic parts of speech of the English language. These included details of forms and usage of nouns, pronouns, verbs, prepositions, and more. This is important f
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Pittsford
In this unit I could find many tools to be used in the class to make easier the lesson. Depending on the class level a variety of tools and sources can be introduced and many of these help a lot the t
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Plainfield
What I've mainly learned from this unit are new Engage activities and that mistakes and errors are not the same. I also found that I regularly used the Present, Practice, Produce method and not much e
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