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Aberdeen
Teaching aids are various devices which can help the foreign language teacher in presenting linguistic material to his students and fixing it in their memory. A film-strip is the most widely-used audi
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Abingdon
In this unit we looked at some of the equipment that we can find in classrooms. We looked how this equipment can be helpfull with our teaching. We looked at basic principales for how to use this aids
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Accomac
This chapter was definitely the most difficult to get through. The teaching of pronunciation includes focus on intonation and stress requires a focus on both the physical and cultural aspects of speec
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Airway Heights
The unit talks about the methods to evaluate students that are learning English. The unit also explains the different types of tests and their respective use as well as purpose. Broadly, those tests a
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Alberta
Teaching equipment has been broken down into fifteen different methodologies. Each has been given their own explanations and usages--such as boards, dictionaries, visual aids, DVDs, and so on. Each of
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Algona
In this unit, we learned about different ways to evaluate students. Students generally take a placement test when they enter an English program so they can be placed into the proper class. They are gi
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Altavista
This Unit deals with different equipment's and teacher aids, that can help both students and teacher in many ways during the learning period. These different equipment's make learning more effective,
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Amherst
The different types of future tense forms and the distinctions between the 7 different types and their uses were discussed in this chapter. Interestingly, two of the forms of the future tense included
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Anacortes
This lesson covers a wide variety of teaching aids that can be used in lessons. As technology advances and becomes cheaper and more widely available, the use of things like DVD players and Video Camer
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Appalachia
Within this unit I've been given insight into how many beginner types there are. Whenever I thought 'beginner', I always pictured a 5-year old. Not only are there those young beginners (ages 2-16), th
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Appomattox
Unit 19 focuses on the instruction of different special groups including beginners, individuals, business, monolingual and multilingual students. This section was interesting to me mainly because of t
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Arlington
Pronunciation is probably the most neglected part of ESA, and phonetics is rarely taught at all at any level of ESA Instruction. However, to be an effective teacher you must include this in your clas
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Ashland
This unit covers course materials both authentic (this means real life language ie newspaper, menus, radio etc.) and created (coursebooks and prepared work for teaching). It would seem that there are
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Asotin
Choosing a course book suitable for both a teacher and students is a challenging task. Important considerations include the age, final course, objectives and whether the class is made up of students l
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Auburn
English is continuously more complicated as it delves into active versus passive voice. One is the basic English taught early on in lessons while the latter shows the versatility of English and how di
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Bainbridge Island
The last unit familiarizes us with some potential difficult moments the teacher can face in the class, also it gives us some practical advice how to cope with these difficulties. Among them can be fir
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Battle Ground
This unit is focused in Pronunciation and Phonology. It also introduces the International Phonetic Alphabet. The phonetic symbols contained in this alphabet help with the standardization of the Engli
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Bedford
The study of phonology is full of a variety of parts including the classifications and physical properties of sound. It gives perspective on the way we speak, and harbors self-reflection. Most of the
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Belle Haven
In this unit, I learned about the different tools that can be used in a classroom during a lesson. Things like a black or whiteboard, OHP, IWB, visual aids, worksheets and work cards, cassette recorde
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Bellevue
Productive skills are same important as receptive skills for our students. Students should be encourage to speak in the class as much as possible by getting their attention with subjects that they are
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Bellingham
In this unit, there are different ways of evaluating students’ levels and progress as well as some of the common external exams that may need to prepare the students for. There are a number of wa
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Benton City
This unit covers different aspects of pronunciation in the English language, such as stress and intonation, as well as phonemes. The section on phonemes was very technical but very useful as it allows
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Berryville
This unit covers 7 different tenses that can express future meaning. Five of them are new, two were introduced in the present tenses unit. However, as they are being used to refer to future events, th
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Big Stone Gap
In this unit I learned about the usage of authentic materials, created materials, and coursebooks. I learned that in order to have successful lessons, we as teacher need to use material that is releva
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Bingen
ESA function lessons to activate and teach language functions including inviting, refusing greeting and disagreeing seem to have many aspects to the procedure in order to help engage the students in m
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Black Diamond
Unit 19 talks about different types of classes an English teacher may encounter in the future. The different types are teaching beginners, individual students, children, English for Specific Purposes
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Blacksburg
This unit gives a reflection over the sounds of the English language and how students can shape their mouths to imitate these sounds. Accomplishing this will help with their pronunciation and fluency.
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Blackstone
There are many different teaching tools and equipment to use in a esl classroom. There are whiteboards to write on in front of the class. Smart whiteboards are becoming more popular, you can write on
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Blaine
Unit 19 covers teaching special groups. Teaching beginners can vary greatly depending on the students, but it's important that the teachers talk slowly, are patient with the students, and encourage as
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Bloxom
Classroom management is the way teachers organize what goes on in the classroom and the purpose is to create a classroom atmosphere conducive to interacting in English in meaningful ways so that stude
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Bluefield
This unit focuses on the materials used to teach a lesson, more specifically in narrows in on Books and Materials in particular. In the very beginning of the unit it is established that there are two
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Bonney Lake
This lesson concerns appropriate activities and tasks for introducing different concepts to students at different stages of a lesson. Harder activities like classroom debates are not appropriate for E
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Boones Mill
This unit show us the importance of the Speaking and writing skills, including games. We can summarize in the following topics: Speaking Skills: - Accuracy activities; - Fluency activities;
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Bothell
Teaching beginners can be challenging sometimes, especially for an inexperienced teacher, but the truth is, it can be a really rewarding job. When teaching beginners a teacher should mind such things
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Bowling Green
This unit talks about modal auxiliary verbs, the difference between active and passive voice as well as relative clause and three types of phrasal verbs. It explains in detail the differing degrees of
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Boyce
About how to makes a good teacher has two categories, one is teacher's personality, and the second is the relationship between teacher and students. But the most important I totally agree with is, a g
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Boydton
Conditionals are if and when statements. The if condition must be satisfied before the consequence when or what can happen. There are five conditionals, zero, first, second, third and mixed conditiona
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Boykins
This unit has taught me lot about Jeremy Harmer techniques on classroom teaching thus Engage,Study and Activate(ESA). Whereby 'Engage' is the state in which teacher arouse the student interest and get
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Branchville
This unit concentrates on evaluating students, more specifically the need to do so and the various methods available for evaluating students. The unit opens by discussing the three ways to access a st
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Bremerton
Course books provide valuable resources for teachers: they offer tried and tested material and a balanced syllabus. Often they have gone through multiple editions and revisions, offering up-to-date te
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Brewster
This course explained the differences between the conditional phrases using all four conditionals. It also provided example worksheets to be used as teaching aids for prepared lessons. The different w
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Bridgeport
When a teacher meets a group for the first time, it is important to establish rapport between the students to set the tone for the rest of the course/school year. In order to find out more about the s
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Bridgewater
This unit was fairly easy to understand, as I have learnt two languages apart from English, so the types and processes of placement, progress, diagnostic and practice testing are similar. I was surpri
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Brier
This unit was again a hard one and consolidated the understanding of the grammar tenses. Condition speech and direct and indirect or reported speech. There are 5 conditionals zero, first, second, thir
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Broadway
Evaluating a students progress is paramount to for both the student and teacher to gauge the progress of the student. I agree a more informal approach to assessment is better as it decreases possible
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Brodnax
It is true that in learning a language there is a need to balance both the receptive and the productive skills. Back then when I was studying Japanese, I struggled with the writing. I did what I can t
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Brookneal
Conditional sentences are a big obstacle to overcome for teachers and students. If your students can’t use conditionals, it will be nearly impossible for them to talk about hopes, wishes, consequenc
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Buchanan
Unit 17 explores the wide variety of resources that a teacher can use in the classroom to make lessons more effective, interesting and less dependent on the textbook, i.e. white board, overhead projec
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Buckley
Writing and speaking skills each bring their own unique set of challenges for the students and teachers. Each aspect must be handled with the skill, ethnicity and homeland of the students in mind. A
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Burien
Direct speech and reported speech are of great importance for those who learn English language. Everyday we use them so many times in our own native languages. So, definitely, we have to know to use t
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