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Dendron
Pronunciation and phonology are important part of teaching english same as grammar. It is important for our students to understand how native speakers talk and that pronunciation can be very different
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Des Moines
This unit highlighted the responsibilities of a teacher in a class.It brings out or teaches rather how to engage your students in order to bring out the best in them and also improve the level of the
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Dillwyn
This unit was dedicated to modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modals are words that have to do with, ability, likelihood, and obligations. Some examples include, must, would, could, have to, mi
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Drakes Branch
This was a short section but still entertaining and informative. The need for a placement test and/or diagnostic test is truly understood. This would help identify the strengths and weaknesses of ea
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Dublin
This unit focuses entirely on teaching receptive skills and outlines the break down of the four basic skills in any language, those skills are the receptive skills which is made up of reading and list
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Duffield
It is especially hard for non-native speakers to understand sentences when they are spoken quickly because each sound can appear to be running into the next. It takes good listening practice to be abl
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Dumfries
This unit covered strategies in approaching the teaching of productive skills in the classroom environment. It increased my awareness of the complexities one must consider when attempting to teach wri
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Dungannon
This unit addressed some of the concerns that I had as I was nearing the end of the course. It would be nice if all students were motivated and willing to participate during every class, but there wil
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DuPont
Productive skills speaking and writing are very inportant. In fact they are both equally important. Writing is often neglected because it takes up teachers' time but it needs to be practiced all the t
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Duvall
This sections discusses how to teach students productive skills which are speaking and writing. Encouraging students to speak and interact is important for these skills and a few ways to do this is t
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East Wenatchee
There are various forms of teaching aids and presently, educators are keeping up with the new form of teaching aids that are mushrooming in the technology world. Some may see a majority of teachers te
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Eastville
This unit is extremely useful because it provides us with the various techniques of teaching English as a foreign language and gives us an idea of the various possibilities and strategies that we may
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Edgewood
This unit explained the different common types of equipment and teaching aids used in the classroom. Some of the most common ones are OHP,DVD player, video Camera and white boards. The use of each ite
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Edinburg
when speaking a foreign language, your attitude can be misconstrued when using modal verbs like, "may," "might," "should," etc. It is important to go over these modal verbs so people can accurately co
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Edmonds
I am glad that this unit helped me to review the basics in English phonology. I learned English pronounciation through classroom discussions where our teacher pronounces and we repeat. We never had th
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Electric City
Unit 16 covers conditional and reported speech and how to shift between direct and reported speech depending on the speaker and timeframe. The breakdown of conditional forms was made much easier to un
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Elkton
This unit was about managing a classroom and how the verbal and nonverbal actions taken by a teacher can affect the students' learning experience. I think the most important takeaway from this unit is
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Ellensburg
This lesson discussed the ideas behind using certain materials in the classroom and their advantages and disadvantages. Authentic resources are ideal, but hard to control, while textbook language can
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Elma
This chapter allowed me to understand the different aspects that make up a good teacher as well as the many roles that a teacher takes in the classroom. It the first time that these things were outlin
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Entiat
Course materials are useful for some teachers and not so much for others, based on the students' level, interest and teacher's will to add more material to it. There are a lot of different textbooks o
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Enumclaw
I really enjoyed watching the recording of the instructor and students learning phonics. It helped me to better understand how using third-party symbols could be useful in teaching sounds and memorizi
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Ephrata
This unit covers any problems a teacher may face with students and ways to overcome them. These include new classes, mixed level learners, large classes, reluctant students and problems with listening
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Everett
The classroom organization and making sure the students are well distributed and paired with students they feel comfortable with will also be an important part of my job as a teacher. Setting clear an
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Everson
This unit talks about the materials and teaching aids that a teacher can use to help them present an effective lesson in the English language classroom. It also explores other areas such as the pros a
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Exmore
Productive skills are speaking and writing. When teaching speaking we are concerned with both accuracy and fluency. Accurate speech is taught in a controlled environment with teacher-led activities su
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Farmville
As an English teacher there are many different challenges we face when it comes to grade and/or prepare a student for an external exam. The knowledge of the majority of the exams we may or have to fa
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Federal Way
Unit 12 talks in details about productive skills: speaking and writing. The unit discusses way two type of activities to teach speaking. They are accuracy and fluency activities. The unit also talks a
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Ferndale
The productive skills are speaking and writing, because learners doing these need to produce language. They are also known as active skills. They can be compared with the receptive skills of listening
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Fife
This unit reviews the various components of English grammar and explains the usage of the different elements that form a sentence such as adjectives, adverbs and prepositions. It also provides exampl
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Fincastle
In this unit, we learned the type of evaluation, assessments, and testing that is when taking a language course. This course spoke also of the general external exams. I read and learned when assessin
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Fircrest
This unit began to cover important grammar concepts that a teacher would need to be familiar with when teaching students of any level. This included basic concepts such as identifying nouns, adjective
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Floyd
This Unit explores different teaching methods and examines some of their major drawbacks such as the case in Communicative Langauge Teaching. However, emphasis in this unit is stressed upon ESA (study
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Forks
The most interesting lessons I learned from this lesson was the existence of infinitives, the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs, and the function of prepositions. The grammar terms
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Fries
In this unit, the most important concept I have learnt is Engage-Study-Activate(ESA). It is a method which is the most effective and the most logical between all the methodologies. A good teacher shou
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Front Royal
Unit 17 covers the various teaching tools that can be utilized in the classroom to enhance and execute lesson plans. As with many professions it is imperative to select the right tool for the right jo
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Gate City
This unite is devoted to teaching productive skills (speaking and writing). The first part explains the importance and difference between accuracy and fluency activities, gives examples of both activi
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George
This unit discussed course materials and what we as teachers can do to adapt to certain classes by using different creative materials and authentic materials. I learned that authentic materials are go
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Gig Harbor
Pronunciation pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of the English language teaching. Confidence is often lacking in foreign teachers to teach it methodically, and English teachers som
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Glade Spring
The unit talked about the different kind of teaching materials that can be used in the classroom, such as DVDs and video cameras as well as overhead projectors and interactive whiteboards. The until a
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Glasgow
This unit focuses on teaching students pronunciation and phonology. the first part of this lesson focuses on the intonation of a statement and I found it very helpful to see the visuals written on exa
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Glen Lyn
Unit 13 covers the basics of Phonology. This was my first exposure to this method of understanding speech and pronunciation which helped broaden my understanding of the English language. I already had
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Gold Bar
Unit 12 Teaching productive skills Speaking and writing (including games) We have previously looked at the importance of integrated skills in the classroom and also examined receptive skills in more d
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Goldendale
This unit covers different types of tests and exams. There are many specific exams, for example the Cambridge Assessment papers. It is useful to know the different exams and specifications they offer
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Gordonsville
A good overview of the types of tests used in schools and language centers from start of course to preparation of external exams. There is also a good coverage on the different types of exams for test
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Goshen
This unit has been an eye opener as it has really shed some light on how to really assess a student and check if there has been progress since the start of the lesson. It also speaks about the time in
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Grand Coulee
Chapter 13 is quite extensive: it introduces three areas of English phonology, they are pronunciation, stress and intonation. Every area is important to be taught and is described in detail in the cha
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Grandview
I think this unit is very useful because the conditional forms, direct speech, report speech, etc. can be difficult for English learners and I think if students can master these aspects of the languag
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Granger
Modals appear to be straight forward particularly when in corporates into speaking skill activities. The use of role plays,rules and sign understanding should make the subject interesting and much eas
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Granite Falls
This is a long unit that talks about teaching pronunciation. It explains the phonology that involves intonation and stress. It explains the different varieties of intonation and how each changes the m
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Gretna
The nature of the relationship between coursebooks and real-world materials is one that can be symbiotic in nature. I was actually in the process of looking for appropriate coursebooks to purchase bef
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