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Unit 20: Troubleshooting was the final unit in the TEFL series and supplied a summary of solutions to problems that may arise throughout the teaching period. Overall, the TEFL practice course was a f
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Some excellent tips in this section and as most of my experience is with individual students, or students with the same level, there are some very good suggestions listed here, which I am sure will co
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Teaching receptive skills in the English class is an important part of a lesson. Listening and reading skills are equally important because receptive skills are the first stage of learning and getting
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In my opinion this unit we will look at some of the most common problem situations that teachers can encounter in the classroom and also suggest ways of dealing with them.and then first lesson In each
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Vocabulary, grammar and functions are some of the most important things to focus on in learning or teaching a language. The ESA methods are indeed very helpful and there were even sample of activities
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Unit 14 explains the benefits of both authentic and creative lesson materials; authentic material can boost a student's self-confidence but is definitely not ideal for a new/beginner student and one h
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The content of this unit explains motives and methods for evaluating learners' language level and their progress. Different tests are used to evaluate learners; each type of test has a main outcome to
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In this unit I have reviewed and even learned about various kinds of tests and exams, which can be taken by students and even teachers. I think that tests and exams are very important part of learning
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This first unit acts well as a baseline informative unit due to the tips and attributes it entails. The information that is given is both encouraging and motivating. For anyone that is unsure of wheth
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Choosing created a created is very important in the teaching progress, for me, we just decided to use 'Playway to English ', firstly, I think it's adapts to the needs of the kids aged 3-6, it focuses
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learnt about the 12 different modals (may, might, need, ought, should, could, can, be able to, have to, have got to, would, must), their uses: obligation, ability, advice, permission, possibility; and
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Obviously that we will face in our teaching practice different environments, students, teaching conditions and requirements. So there are many ways and options how to deal with the problems, but some
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This unit taught me the importance and intricacies of teaching phonology, pronunciation, and speech. Pronunciation and how we speak English is a very crucial part of teaching the language, yet it ofte
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I have learned there is a fear of reluctant students and not knowing what to do when teaching a new class. In this unit, I have learned that it is important to establish a positive rapport as soon
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In this lesson, I have learned many useful things, e.g. the way the teacher should act when there is a new or an existing group (incl. establishing rapport, activities for such a lesson, e.g. "pass th
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This unit has been a good start as it has tackled the things that I believe should come first in order to become an effective teacher such as the characteristics of a good teacher and a good learner a
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This unit was very helpful in that I could actually witness how a class should and should not be taught. The first lesson was really frustrating to watch as it did not seem like the teacher wanted to
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This unit was very thorough in explaining the differences between beginner students and the needs of different types of English Language Learners. Whether you're teaching children beginner English or
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Conditionals and reported speech are important English grammar elements. The changing of the speaker and the verb tense is crucial. Let us take a quick look at these elements. Conditionals, as the na
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The forms and uses of the present tense are covered in this unit. The topics build on my previous knowledge of the four aspects of the present tense, namely: the simple present, the present continuous
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Th main learning point for me is that teaching requires firstly respect for the pupil, but total enthusiasm for doing what you are doing and to be totally adaptable in how you deliver the teaching. A
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This unit discusses testing and evaluation and the ways they are used to aid the teacher and school in evaluating the language level of incoming students, students progressing through a class, and stu
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This unit brought to my attention how differently a sentence can be perceived based on the various stresses, rhythms, and intonations one may use during the delivery of that sentence. Whether it is a
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The evaluation work is very important. To know where to move , you need to understand which progress have you made. There are several main test. For measuring students level in the beginning of the c
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This section gives a lot of information about what to expect when you teach very low level English speakers, children, individual students, students who want to study English for work, and multilingua
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Before this unit, I had never really seen a list of all the possible pieces of equipment that may be available in a classroom, and there are definitely certain things that I had not thought of, as to
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Bruceton Mills
Future tenses are some of the most complicated tenses for English language learners to master. There are seven most common types including future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perf
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This is the chapter where different techniques are given in order to choose which method is best to get students interested in learning English. Depending on which method is more comfortable for the t
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This unit I loved doing since I want to teach English to children. It was good to know that so many teachers find this a rewarding job. It was good to learn about the problems that could occur and wha
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There are several ways to evaluate and test students. There are three ways we can evaluate language levels and language experience. These tools help teachers allow students to succeed in learning a l
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The unit talks about what are parts of speech and grammatical structures. Grammar describes how we combine, organize and change words and parts of words to make meaning. A part of speech or word class
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Unit 17: Equipment and Teaching Aids explored the many different teaching aids that are used in the classroom to making learning more exciting and less fixated on the textbook. As a person who listens
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Capon Bridge
Receptive skills can be divided into two main categories, reading and listening. There are many ways receptive skills can be taught, but teachers should be cognizant of how receptive skills are used (
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This section overviewed the usage of course books in a classroom. Teachers have varying views on the usefulness or effectiveness of using course books but they are a great asset especially for new tea
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Cedar Grove
This unit gives solutions to problems that are likely to arise in the classroom. I think that the most difficult problem mentioned in this unit is a class in which language level varies greatly becaus
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This unit tackles the theories, methods and techniques in teaching a language, their features and drawbacks. In my teaching experience, I usually use different approaches depending on who my learners
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There are several modals, phrasal verbs, and clauses to consider in English. Modals are formal or informal verbs that express actions in passive voice. Passive voice is achieved when the ‘doer’ of
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Charles Town
This final unit; unit 20, focused on troubleshooting issues that might occur in a classroom/teaching session. Some of the areas looked at were teaching a large number of students, teaching students wh
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This unit discusses classroom equipment and how to make the best use of it, and also introduces a range of teaching aids in various media. Advantages and disadvantages of both categories are explaine
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In my opinion when i learn this unit 15.Evaluation, assessment, and testing are tools that enable language educators to better understand and modify their language programs. Each is a systematic proce
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This unit explained the various tools that teachers often use in a classroom to supplement their lessons. The most important thing that I have learned from this chapter is that it is extremely importa
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This unit talks about the different kinds of learner groups that a teacher may encounter, in particular beginners, individual students, young learners, business English learners, and multinational gro
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From this unit, I learned how to evaluate students' progress properly. It also explained in detail when to give each specific evaluation. Ideally, there will be a placement test to see where the stude
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interesting topic that highlighted and reiterated some key features of working with diff groups of students, esp children and multilingual classrooms. Of special, but unforseen, relevance was the sect
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I have learned about the most important good teacher qualities. I also have learned what qualities the teacher should develop in students in order to make them good learners. Now I can differentiate t
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This unit presents teaching methods of productive skills, such as speaking and writing. It describes the differences between fluency and accuracy activities and emphasises that both skills have the sa
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Modal auxiliary verbs include can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't, and ought. They are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main v
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Teaching special groups can be challenging as well as rewarding. There are several types of special groups to consider when teaching English as a foreign language including beginners (including absolu
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There is a wide variety of equipment available to enhance teaching. The equipment used during a lesson helps to improve the level of student participation as it can be used to start a classroom discus
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