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Troy
The unit dives into theories of classroom learning and some of the common methodologies for teaching new languages. They vary from emphasis on the teacher role, such as Present-Production-Practice, to
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Tunbridge
We took in this unit 1-Teaching beginners The absolute beginner The false beginner adult beginners The young beginner The beginner without Roman alphabet Tips for teaching beginners: 1 Teaching begi
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Underhill
We are using writing and speaking for communication. Also, writing is more difficult for students. Its not only they are different in grammar and vocabulary, but also in spelling, handwriting, layout
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Vernon
In this unit I have read about productive skills and have learnt that productive skills are equally important as receptive skills are.To learn or teach any language writing and speaking skills are as
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Vershire
This section details the formation and uses of the various past tense structures. The four types of past tenses are the simple past, the continuous past, the past perfect, and the past perfect continu
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Victory
This unit is a basic review of how we can teach pronunciation in our classrooms. It gives a lot of useful charts that classify the sounds and stresses we make in every day language and helps us to exp
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Waitsfield
I personally don't like testing students. In my career I have found out that when I schedule a test, the students are usually nervous and this can influence in their success. I usually apply progress
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Walden
The unit discussed the five main conditional speech used for teaching non-native speakers, the methods by which each are distinguished and their individual rules. It was also highlighted that there it
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Wallingford
Unit six is about past tenses. The four past tenses, past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous, have been described and analysed. In essence each chapter shows how the pas
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Waltham
At the beginning this unit is all about the body language of a teacher. I can tell the eye contact, gestures and mime are very important when you teach young learners. For young lerners it is very imp
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Wardsboro
This unit went over the two productive skills: writing and speaking. These skills are involved when people want to communicate, or have some kind of message or purpose to convey, and when people want
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Warren
It was helpful for me to go over clear explanations of the different uses of present tenses. I realize now that in the classes I assist with, the tenses are taught, but the full range of uses for each
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Washington
This lesson gives a detailed description of the 4 different types of present tenses. The four are: Present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. It also shows co
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Waterbury
This unit went over the subliminal techniques used by native speakers to add deeper context to spoken words. From intonation to stress, these highlight certain parts of sentences to add different mean
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Waterford
Teachers may run across certain problems when engaging with new and/or veteran students. Sometimes it can be difficult to break the ice with a group of students that does not know each other and is no
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Waterville
This unit examines a complex issue whether to use a course book or not, as well as looking for other sources of materials. For many students, compared to the course book, materials created by the teac
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Weathersfield
We covered the major terminology and basic rules for grammar in this unit. I was able to refresh my memory on how to define parts of a sentence. I was familiar with how to define verbs, nouns, adjecti
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Wells
In this unit i have read about evaluation and testing system. I got that Assessment is necessary to find the Level of students and Evaluation is necessary to check the progress of students. I have lea
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West Fairlee
This unit tells me about how to choose the course books and lesson materials. The course book has advantages and disadvantages. I think, teachers should not use course book as a whole lesson plan. Th
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West Haven
As soon as I got into this unit, I felt that equipment and teaching aids is one of the most important parts of teaching methods. It provided lots of ideas for future lessons. Many different teaching a
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West Rutland
I had a look at the productive skills which are speaking and writing. I have learned how important are accuracy and fluency activities. Lots of students from different countries might not have confide
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West Windsor
As a current Assistant Language Teacher in Japan, this unit has given me insight into the teaching methods my colleagues and I have used (and not used) in our classes. Although I have some classroom e
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Westfield
I was already familiar with most parts of speech, but the explanations and examples in this unit have helped me more clearly understand some rules I've taken for granted, which will help me as a teach
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Westford
I found this section informative because it went over grammatical details of the present tense in English that I was not previously familiar with explicitly. Breaking down the four types of present te
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Westminster
This was definitely the most difficult unit for me yet. While everything was easy to comprehend and made sense, it remains a challenge to commit the information to memory and put it into practice in t
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Westmore
The idea of teaching receptive skills is useful. I recalled many occurrences where I have myself skimmed, predicted and read something to get a general idea. Now it's easy to relate to this topic know
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Weston
This unit gave a brief overview of teaching receptive skills (reading and listening), two of the four main skills in any language (the other two being writing and speaking). First it noted the two re
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Weybridge
In this unit we learned a lot about theories of teaching more broadly, the structure of an ESA lesson plan and the aspects of what goes into that, as well as useful guidelines for giving feedback and
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Wheelock
Unit 9 dealt with the topic of course books and lesson materials and their significance in supporting a successful classroom experience for both students and teacher. The benefits and drawbacks of usi
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Whiting
This unit details the rules for forming the different types of conditionals which include zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. It also talks about the different rules for reporting spee
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Whitingham
There are five main conditionals: Zero conditional,If/when+present tense present tense Fist conditional, If+present simple, will Second conditional, if+ past simple, would/could/might+ base form Th
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Williamstown
With this unit, I have realized how difficult is the conditional and reported speech, and how hard it is to learn it, especially if English is not your first language. I think this is one of the most
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Williston
There were some questions that were quite weirdly worded - Number 2 and 5. Those answers were not actually in the workbook, so it was quite confusing. I always struggle with the ESA stuff, so those qu
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Wilmington
Firstly I am a native English speaker and growing up in Canada, I’ve never been taught grammar to this extent. Gerund; -ing form of a verb used as a noun, ex. Playing, smoking. This is new informati
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Windham
In this lesson, I learned about the different types of special groups that I may encounter while teaching English abroad. Additionally, this lesson has given me many different ways of approaching and
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Windsor
In this unit we learned about the different teaching aids that are available to us now. Many pieces of equipment were not available to teachers, even just a few years ago, but with all these options,
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Winhall
There are many teaching equipment established in today's world about those i have read in this unit and these equipment has made so easy for teachers to teach. It has also made the lessons more intere
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Wolcott
This unit is about past tenses. The correct usage of past tenses is always a challenge for english students. All system pf past tenses is vividly represented in this unit. The unit starts with past s
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Woodbury
In this section we learned a broad overview of many aspects of teaching English, including aspects of a good learner, different age ranges and stages of foreign language acquisition, language level, a
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Woodford
In this lesson, we covered receptive skills and how to properly instruct the students in learning these skills. This lesson is crucial in learning any language, and in particular English, as it allows
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Woodstock
Learning about productive skills covered essential knowledge about the speaking and writing process. The lesson taught me about different forms of activities of which each of them has a specific purpo
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Worcester
In this unit we studied the two receptive skills, reading and listening. I had never really stopped to consider the fact that there are different types of listening and reading. Such as when I am just
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