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Louisa
For me, as being a teacher, the content of this unit was very informative. Being a non-native speaker I definitely should know all the peculiarities of English language. Especially those that they use
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Lovettsville
This last grammar unit really brings all the content together. I find phrasal verb teaching really helplful to upper intermediate learners, because it really adds plenty of tools to their vocabulary
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Luray
This module is about the use of a course book when teaching English, including its advantages and disadvantages. I agree with the points raised and explained in the module. I believe that, when teachi
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Lynden
Unit 17 is about equipment and teaching aids. I agree that this part should be also studied as in our high tech world we have many devices that can help us in studying and teaching. But we need to mak
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Lynnwood
This unit covers teaching special types of groups. These can include complete beginners, children, business english classes, one on one students, monolingual and multilingual. Each of these groups req
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Mabton
Teachers often debate on the use of authentic and creative materials. While creative materials give teachers more control over the target of the lesson, authentic materials are more realistic and prov
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Madison
There are such types of tests: 1) placement test(allows teachers to place students into the correct class according to their knowledge); 2) progress test(monitors students' progress and shows what hav
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Maple Valley
Unit 19 covers the different type of students and setting an instructor will likely face. Understanding the level of English and specific need of the student, or singular students, is useful informati
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Marion
Unit 13 explained everything about phonics and pronunciation. It was interesting to learn how the sounds are made and what parts of the mouth we use to make them. I have learnt the names of places of
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Marysville
Learning English in a group is much more effective than on a one-to-one basis. If achild learns English in a group, he is sure to get more motivated and enthusiastic about learning it. Modern textbook
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Mattawa
This unit presents and focuses on the "Present Tenses" and its many uses. One of the things I've learnt here for the first time, is that there are in fact or at least, a case to be made that there exi
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McCleary
This unit was about modals, passive voice, and phrasal verbs. A modal is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to express: ability, possibility, permission or obligation. Some examples of modals are c
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McKenney
The subjects covered in unit 13 relate to an area of English language teaching that is highly important to most students, but often overlooked by many teachers, i.e. pronunciation. It examines the Int
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Medical Lake
A good teacher is not just one who knows the language well and lectures from the front. A teacher must engage pro-actively with their students in order to build a rapport and facilitate a welcoming le
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Medina
This chapter was intense for me especially the end. The phonetic script was extremely hard but after a while of thinking and thinking of how we would phrase it; I believe I understood and also the re
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Melfa
This unit was quite challenging. Although I am familiar with shifting to the conditional tense and to turn direct speech into reported speech in other languages, it is difficult to transpose instincti
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Mercer Island
The grammar conditionals made sense after I went through that section a couple of times. The reported speech part also took a while to sink in. These are 2 practices that I wasn't even familiar with
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Mesa
As a native speaker of the English language,one can very often forget how involved the language actually is and how many rules it in fact contain, one does not think about it as you are using it every
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Middleburg
The Assessment component of a students English education is important. It is an important feedback tool for ensuring the students are setup for their best chance at learning, Assessment also inspires
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Middletown
There are many different teaching aids used for the ESA classroom. The black board is usually a part of every classroom everywhere, but the use of interactive whiteboards and overhead projectors are
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Mill Creek
The unit talked about the difference between teaching writing and speaking skills in that writing is more concerned with accuracy, whereas, speaking is more concerned with fluency. The unit also talke
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Millwood
There is an arsenal of teaching aids available for teachers to incorporate in the classroom. If utilized at the right times, these tools have the potential to greatly benefit students grasping of conc
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Milton
This unit talked about the pros and cons of using course books as well as authentic and created material. Course books can have a good syllabus and tried successful plan for education, however they ca
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Mineral
Between the written unit of chapter eighteen and the video, I've learned that there are two categories of modal verbs (true modal auxiliary verbs and semi-modal auxiliary verbs), as well as eleven tot
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Monroe
This unit talks about conditionals and reported speech. It taught me how to construct a sentence properly whether being in the zero,first,second,third,or mixed conditional and also teaches about their
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Monterey
This unit offers different options of materials to be used for learning and teaching purposes throughout the classroom. It explains the benefits and disadvantages of many of these aids and at what sta
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Montesano
In this unit, we learned about the advantages and disadvantages of using a coursebook. I think while it is helpful to follow course outlines already used before for beginner teachers, it is better to
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Montross
This unit covers pronunciation and phonology. It was the hardest by far, no wonder surveyed student said that they found pronunciation the hardest part of english to learn. This covers the sounds stre
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Morton
This unit introduces the vitality of pronunciation, explaining how pronunciation is often neglected and the importance of applied phonetics, providing elaborations on the basics of phonology; Intonati
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Moses Lake
Unit 15 covers the various types of English proficiency tests as well as techniques used to monitor and quantify student learning progress. This unit was helpful in bringing to attention common tests
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Mossyrock
In this unit I have revised present tensen. The term present tense can be misleading because present tenses are also used to talk about the past and the future. For example, the present perfect tense
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Mount Crawford
In this unit I learned about modal verbs, active and passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. I remember studying about active and passive voice in the past. But I do not remember studying
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Mount Jackson
In this unit I have learnt different teaching methodologies. It is good to be aware of different approaches and it is useful to keep in mind specific situations. In some countries the foreign language
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Mount Vernon
This unit went into the grammatical details of passive and active voice as well as phrasal verbs and relative clauses. The unit gave a lot of details along with examples on different aspects of the gr
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Mountlake Terrace
Unit 14 went over the importance of incorporating both authentic and created materials into lessons. Authentic materials can be harder for lower level students but activities using these materials ca
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Moxee
Unit 14 describes authentic and created materials; the unit discusses course books, course book advantages and disadvantages; how one can make the best use of course books is discussed; Role-play, pic
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Mukilteo
This unit teaches about modals, phrasal verbs,and passive voice. Basic rules of using auxiliary verbs such as may,might,need to,must,have to, have got to and so on. This unit shows the right applicati
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Napavine
There is a lot of different equipment that can be used in the classroom to engage and teach the students. The board will be a great asset to the class, this is where you write information, vocabulary,
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Narrows
This unit starts by giving a complete overview of the various teaching methodologies that are currently available to teachers and distinguishes the differences between them. The unit also introduces t
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Nassawadox
This unit has taught me few materials to use during teaching. Examples materials by using Authentic Listening-Viewing Materials: TV commercials, quiz shows, cartoons, news clips, comedy shows, movies,
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New Castle
Unit 20 covers techniques and different approaches a teacher can incorporate in their lessons to keep them fun and interactive. As discussed before, understanding the English level of the students is
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New Market
The unit talks about different types of conditional grammars such as zero, first, second, third and mixed conditionals. It also give the typical mistakes by students and some teaching ideas. It also t
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Newcastle
The use of course books can a bit of a motive issue for many teachers of ESA, as there are many advantages and disadvantages to using them. A course book can provide stability and framework, but can
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Newport
The different forms of the present tense will definitely be a challenge to teach to English language learners. I think the most important distinction will be between the present perfect and the presen
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Newsoms
Unit 13 is about pronunciation and phonology; the unit discusses intonation, stress, sound joining, linked speech; the unit also discusses the phonemic alphabet, phonemic symbols, and articulation. Th
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Nickelsville
Teaching is one of the most challenging tasks in the world. The lessons that are presented in course helped me to work out some tips or habits of an effective teacher. First of all a teacher must be
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Nooksack
The Evaluation and Testing unit concentrates on the numerous types of tests or examinations present. The unit introduces and explains the purpose of tests that are mainly carried out in schools or la
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Normandy Park
Unit 14 covers the importance of understanding the advantages and limitations course books play in the classroom. In my own experience workbooks have been a great asset to the classroom when utilized
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North Bend
In this lesson I have learnt about the ways in which teachers can hold the attention of the class. Gestures and eye contact are important aspects of pedagogy and their correct deployment can make sign
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North Bonneville
This unit comprises 4 grammar topics: modals, phrasal verbs, passive voice and relative clauses. I consider this unit very informative and useful to have at hand for all teachers, since it covers the
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