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Tacoma
This unit gave me a clear description of why teachers give tests to students prior to, during and after their studies. This unit also brought me back to the days when I was a student and had been taki
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Tangier
Unit 15 covers evaluating and testing of your ESOL students. This unit covers in depth the different types of test such as: Placement which lets you know what level a student would be grouped in, Diag
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Tappahannock
The use of course materials such as textbooks, authentic and created materials can keep lessons interesting. Teachers should be careful to not rely totally on course book materials as these materials
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Tazewell
Unit 18 Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice The modals are, can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn’t and ought to. These words are used be
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Tekoa
As always, I have been astounded by the many nuances in the English language--with wordplay as simple as 'if' statements. The Zero, First, Second, Third, and Mixed conditionals somehow have their own
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Tenino
Unit 15 examines the different types of tests a teacher may be expected to set students during their career as an English language teacher. It looks at how each individual test is structured, its spec
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The Plains
This unit was by far the most difficult so far. I can only imagine how challenging it would be to teach this to someone with basic English skills. Even with a phonetic chart symbol on the board, it
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Tieton
This particular unit has taught me a lot about mistakes we normally do in our diary conversations. Was having bit problem about difference between the present perfect and the present perfect continuou
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Timberville
I have never had the different teaching theories outlined for me the way this chapter has done for me. It seemed that the ESA is a culmination of all of these theories that was packaged into a conveni
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Toledo
This lesson focuses on productive skills - speaking and writing and emphasis on the importance of these skills, it talks about accuracy vs fluency. The video also gives a recap of Receptive - reading
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Toms Brook
I am so used to teaching children that it was helpful to receive information on teaching adults, even if it is specific to the business realm. The outside factors that hinder this teaching, such as w
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Tonasket
This unit is devoted to Course books and lesson materials. As for the books and materials I can tell that from the point of view of changing situation in teaching of English some couse books demand a
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Toppenish
In this unit, we looked at modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. These are all areas that are more complicated for both teachers and students because they have to do with expressing ideas and conc
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Troutdale
This unit largely concerns different verb forms that may be harder for English learners to understand. Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs that modify the meaning of the main verb. They can express a vari
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Troutville
Chapter 16 covered the grammar aspect of using Conditionals as well as Direct and Reported speech. I found this unit very difficult due to my normal everyday English Speaking and how we naturally use
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Tukwila
Having read the contract I learnt some new types of tests for the students. Though I already used some of them even in my school for my students. I also learnt some new information about general exter
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Tumwater
Lesson plans can and will differ among teachers, however, these records are important for various reasons. They can act as a general guide of the day, as records of what was learned during the year, a
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Union Gap
This unit gives information about the way students can be evaluated in the classroom (tutorials, evaluation by the students themselves and tests). The tests vary depending on their purpose: for group
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University Place
This unit has been a very enlightening unit as it sheds a lot of light on lesson planning.Because this is a very important part of the lesson as it is the foundation of which a lesson is built upon.it
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Urbanna
This unit exclusively focuses on the act of teaching new language with emphasis on vocabulary, grammar and functions. At the very beginning of the Unit it points out that no matter what the level of t
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Vader
This unit discussed 2 ESA issues; conditionals & reported speech. Conditionals are basically sentences that contain "if", or similar words such as "when", that refer to past, present, and future poss
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Vancouver
This unit deals with Modal auxiliary verbs,Phrasal verb and passive voice. All these three help in sentence construction and are very crucial for a teacher to make sure that the students do lot of pra
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Victoria
Pronunciation is one of the most neglected parts of teaching english. Phonology is the study of sounds. There are 3 main parts of phonology, stress, rhythm, and intonation. Intonation is the volume an
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Vienna
Modal can used for expressing such ideas: obligation, possibility, necessity, requests, permissions and prohibition, advice, ability. They also show degrees of formality. There are 2 voices in Englis
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Vinton
This unit discusses the difference between created and authentic materials and the advantage or disadvantage of both. Authentic material is anything a native speaker would hear or see such as a menu,
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Virgilina
This unit focuses on potential problems in the ESL classroom, and ways to minimize and deal with them. First, is the first lesson situation, in which it is essential for a teacher to establish rappor
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Wachapreague
This unit was straight forward and summerised many of the troubles teachers will face in a lesson. I think the best form of troubleshooting comes with experience. As an individual who has taught and p
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Waitsburg
This unit discussed conditionals and reported speech. The five main conditionals were reviewed along with what each one is used for. I found the simple form equation helpful for each one as it makes i
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Wakefield
This unit focused on both teachers and learners. I feel that the most important thing I took away from this lesson is that teachers have to be able to fill a variety of roles in the classroom and be a
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Walla Walla
Which of the following would be the ENGAGE phase of the lesson? Students listen to the interview for detailed understanding. Get the students talking and thinking in English by playing an exc
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Wapato
This section included modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modals can be used to describe numerous ideas including obligation, possibility, ability and advice. This unit included a chart that I fo
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Warden
Not all students know the same things at the beginning of their academic journeys. I had no prior realization that there was a test prior to touching the course--Placement Test--as well as a test at t
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Warrenton
This unit was about troubleshooting for different types of classes and reluctant students. The first lesson in any class the goal should be to establish rapport get to know your students and the stude
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Warsaw
One of the most common errors during English classes is that students get very little chance to actually use the language they learn but an EFL classroom must be structured to create that opportunity.
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Washington
This lesson focuses on the importance of planning each lesson, but while doing so, also cautions us on the dangers of over planning a lesson. This unit further goes on to highlight the important funct
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Washougal
This unit provides very useful information about teaching young learners as opposed to adult learners, with particular reference to business English. As there are many useful tips to teach young learn
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Waverly
Back then when I was still studying Japanese, I was using a course book as was suggested by my professor. The use of course book had a good impact on me as it made my language study as it provided me
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Weber City
English students are not only confined to the traditional school going age group people but it also applies to other groups of people as well. Business English may be a pre-requisite for a promotion o
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Wenatchee
Unit 15 is about different types and ways of assessing students level of English. They include tutorials, evaluation by the students and tests. Tutorials are general discussions about the results and
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West Point
Before reading this unit, I never thought about how much I use modal auxiliary verbs on a daily basis. The chart on pages 2-3 made me realize just how many there are and the difference in meaning eac
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West Richland
Unit 18 covered more grammatical concepts such as passive voice, independent/dependent clauses and auxiliary verbs. New concepts I learned from this lesson include how to explain auxiliary verbs when
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Westport
Within this lesson I have become more wary of coursebooks (since they can become boring, pricey, outdated, or vague), and have been more encouraged to come up with creative balances (games, crosswords
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White Salmon
The unit 17 discusses in details about equipment and teaching aids that can be utilized to teach English. It lists them and explains the use of each of them in great details. It also gives some guidan
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White Stone
This unit is about equipment and teaching aids: - The board; - Interactive whiteboards; - Overhead projector (OHP); - Visual aids; - Worksheets and work cards; - The cassette recorde
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Windsor
This Unit talks concentrates on the usage of conditionals and reported speech. There are five types of conditionals which are used with "If" along with different tenses, all these conditionals focus o
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Winlock
I think it was important to read about fluency versus accuracy because although we want the students to speak 100% correctly, it is not wise to correct every single mistake during the engage phase, wh
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Wise
Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. Different schools will have different resources available to teachers. White
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Woodinville
In this session, we go through a study on how to teach pronunciation and phonology. Basically, we have been made to understand intonation, stress, the phonetic alphabet, phonemic symbols, articulation
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Woodland
This unit is about the differences between wirting and speaking also sometimes we always neglect the importance of writing so sometimes writing would be relegated to homework.So this unit helps us to
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Woodstock
Teaching in a military environment primarily required the use of a strict syllabus with course books and standard material. It was only in the later years and an acceptance of varying teaching styles
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