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Burkeville
There are 3 parts to pronunciation, intonation, stress, and rhythm. Intonation is the pitch and volume of a sentence and how it rises and falls. Depending on where the intonation is where the meaning
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Burlington
The unit gives us an overview of the essential attributes of a good teacher and a good learner. It also makes us reflect on the different roles that teachers and learners can play while teaching or le
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Camas
In this module, we will be focusing on how to teach special groups. The term ‘beginners’ tends to strike fear into the hearts of inexperienced teachers. however, many teachers claim that teachi
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Cape Charles
This unit broke down the different types of conditional sentences, such as the forms of zero, first, second and third conditional. It clearly laid out the tenses that should be used for each kind of c
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Capron
From this unit i have understood that in the ESA method, there is more emphasis on student-led grammar, vocabulary discovery, eliciting the grammar (vocabulary) from students rather than giving a deta
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Carnation
This unit provides a very useful overview of the common challenges facing a new EFL teacher and tips to overcome them. It is indeed a good way to end this course. I feel that I am now more prepared an
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Cashmere
Unit 14 provided information about different types of materials teachers can use during their lessons. They include authentic materials and created materials. Authentic materials are taken from authen
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Castle Rock
Evaluation and testing Evaluating students In this we will look at different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress, as well as some of the common external exams that you may need to prep
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Cedar Bluff
There are many coursebooks available in the market. While some of them are relevant to be used throughout the year, some teachers may want to supplement the main coursebook with other supplementary ma
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Centralia
In this unit, we reviewed equipment and teaching aids. The board is a great way to hold students' attention if the teacher writes clearly and in a logical way separating topics as needed. Other great
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Charlotte Court House
In this unit I learned about evaluating students, placement tests, progress tests, diagnostic tests, practice tests, and external examinations. Although I had heard about placement tests, progress tes
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Chase City
This unit helped me to broaden my understanding and usage of the present tense,the present perfect continuous, the present perfect the present continuous etc...but more importantly the usage and appli
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Chatham
This Unit deals with the importance and disadvantages of coursebook ways in which the coursebook can be used as a beneficial for both students and teacher. It also focuses on different lesson material
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Chehalis
When reporting what other people say, the grammar used in this different conversation changes slightly. Forms originally used are switched to the past, resulting in students having to train their ears
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Chelan
Let`s discuss our Unit 15. This unit is about Evaluation and testing. I should tell that this is one of the most important parts in teaching and learning process. How the teacher can rank and check st
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Cheney
Unit 18 explained the use of modal verbs, phraseology verbs and passive voice. It showed their different types and forms. Modal verbs can express different ideas like obligation, possibility, probabil
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Cheriton
The lesson seemed very straightforward as a native speaker of English. However, as I thought about how one would go about teaching such concepts like conditional statements and reported speech, it bec
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Chewelah
Unit 13 was very informative. It introduced the meaning and types of intonation and stress. There are 3 types of intonation common in the English language and this unit provided the techniques to teac
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Chilhowie
In this unit, I read in reference to teaching special types of groups. The unit discussed several types of classes, for example, the different type of beginner classes that a teacher might be faced w
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Chincoteague
This unit, though simple, is useful as it provides us with examples of clear usage of the different forms of past tense. Though it is apparently simple, the definitions can be quite confusing and one
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Christiansburg
Unit 20 is the final lesson in this course. It offers many common problems faced by ESL Teachers and covers ideas or (Trouble Shooting) when you may find yourself in one of the situations. Some of the
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Claremont
It was helpful to learn about all these variations of testing because it is important to put students in classes that match their skill level. That way they are challenged without being overworked. Te
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Clark
This part of course is the most difficult for me for sure.I have no problem speaking proper English but the theory of how to make sounds and where to place your tongue is never taught to me.This sect
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Clarkston
I know with certainty that I am not going to be an instructor who is capable of producing his created materials from scratch. I definitely fall into the category of instructors who are "less artistica
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Clarksville
During this session, I got to be reminded of the various conditional forms (zero, first, second, third and mixed). I was shown the appropriate moments to use each of these forms. In addition to that,
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Cle Elum
This final unit of the course was good to point out any troubleshooting issues that might arise. First lessons and warmers are extremely important as they will play a huge role in the teacher-student
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Cleveland
This unit focuses on the teaching of special groups, in the beginning of the lesson it speaks to the types of classes and how the beginner learner can be broken down into more specific groups with spe
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Clifton
I think pronunciation is a very difficult part of learning a new language because people are often self-conscious about what they sound like, and I think it might be easy to let mispronunciation slide
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Clifton Forge
This unit contains very extensive information on different types of special groups that might study English and potential problems teachers can face while teaching them. They are beginners, individual
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Clinchco
Speaking and writing are crucial productive that every student should be aware of at all times and that every teacher should make aware to students at an early learning stage. The teacher should alway
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Clinchport
I found this unit easy to understand, but found parts of it quite challenging, particularly learning to utilise the terms such as 'relative' and 'dependent'. I found the part explaining the difference
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Clintwood
This unit covered the different uses of books and materials that an ESA teacher could incorporate with her class. Some of the items covered in this chapter were as follows: wipe boards, visual aids,
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Clyde Hill
The modals and passive voice sections of this unit were pretty clear; however, when it came to the phrasal verb section, I wish there would have been more examples. This section was a little confusin
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Coeburn
In this lesson I learned about how to troubleshoot for different classes, levels and reluctant learners. When having a first lesson it is so important to have a good relationship with the students and
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Colfax
Unit 20 gives advice about teaching different groups and different levels. No matter what group the teacher if facing, the most important thing is to establish rapport with the students and amonth the
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College Place
Evaluations are done for students for many reasons. They can range from gauging their level of language proficiency right up to exam preparations. Exams are not limited to young students alone and som
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Colonial Beach
This unit covered common problem situations one might have in the classroom. It is important to remember the first lesson should be about establishing rapport and finding out the students’ English
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Columbia
Unit 19 covered the types of classes that an ESL teacher may encounter. At the beginning, it reviewed the types of classes from earlier chapters touching on the range of Beginners, young learners, to
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Colville
This unit has given a very practical and easily identifiable lesson in how to realistic engage a class and teach a lesson in the TEFL fashion. In the first video, it demonstrates clearly that a teache
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Connell
This unit was particularly dense in content, and may take a little longer to process. I have previously studied linguistics and IPA, but the prospect of teaching students English as a foreign language
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Cosmopolis
Unit 12 introduced the importance of teaching the productive skills - speaking and writing. Many teachers pay more attention to speaking activities during their classes to avoid to much quiet time how
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Courtland
In this unit, I learned about the importance of speaking and writing, as well as some examples of helpful games to utilize during the lessons to evoke student participation. Speaking leaves more room
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Covington
This unit covers pronunciation which is probably the most neglected aspect of the English language. Students are more interested then the teachers in understanding pronunciation. This unit covered th
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Craigsville
I think it was useful to read about the effectiveness of course text books and to identify the advantages and disadvantages of using them. From my own experience, I can relate to how following a cours
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Crewe
The modeling of different ESA approaches to teaching the three different aspects of language was very straightforward. The most difficult approach for me was the patchwork approach that was used to te
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Culpeper
Unit 12 is devoted to productive skills of language. These skills are: writing and speking. As it was mentioned a lot of studends and teachers over estimate the role of speaking skill. As an ESL we sh
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Damascus
The more I learn about the English language, the more I realized how much I took for granted. The lessons learned in this chapter really made the advantages of being a native speaker clearer. All of t
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Davenport
Books and lesson materials could help teachers and students to study effectivelly and have fun with their studies. It is good for our students to have access to authentic materials as much as they hav
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Dayton
This Unit focuses solely on conditionals and reported speech in the English language. It explains that conditionals are sentences that contain the “if” or similar expression such as “when”. Th
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Deer Park
Conditionals, do not alter the meaning of the sentence, rather, it presents the sentence in a different way. Grammar is important in this as using the correct grammar, conveys the correct modified str
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