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Byron
I myself uses videos to show to my students but for a brief moment only. I also make sure that it is related to the topic. Whiteboards, CD player, visual aids, workbooks and online resources are all i
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Cable
After reviewing this unit, I am thinking back to the visual aids that my teachers used when I was growing up. As I reflect upon this, I also think about which ones I feel were most effective for me de
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Cadiz
Until reading this unit I hadn't realized how much effort went into lesson planning. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that lesson plans act as a fluid guide as opposed to a rigid structure that mus
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Cady
This unit completes the round-up of the English grammar basics. It explains about modal auxiliary verbs and their usage and how they compare with each other. In the second part of the unit the passive
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Calamus
When I first started teaching English, I started with a basic introduction (name, country, age, profession) and asked them all to introduce themselves in English. I then talked a little bit about how
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Caledonia
This unit was a general run down of the various teaching aides that a teacher may use in the classroom. It broke down what each type is and what it can be used for and what hiccups someone might want
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Calumet
I reviewed the conditionals and reported speech, the structure of zero/first/second/third/mixed conditionals and usage of it. Also what changes take place when we turn direct speech into reported spee
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Cameron
This unit was a bit confusing, but very informative. Learning about the different Types (Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3) will be useful in teaching my students about the differences of different phrasal v
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Campbell
In this unit, there are three highlight; modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. A modal is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to express: ability, possibility, permission or obligation. Example
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Canton
I have learned in this unit what a personal aim ,procedure , learner objectives are and how to approach each one of them. I have learned that the engage stage is where you want to get the students tal
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Carey
One of the many subtleties of the English language is the implied emphasis within a given sentence that is brought to light on account of the aspect of the verb. In this case, active and passive form
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Carlton
This unit basically lays out what to be expected from this course. It clarifies that objectives and the important terminology that we might face sooner or later. It highlights the importance of this c
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Carson
In this unit I really learned more about two categories of grammar that I have not delved into before! However, that being said it is necessary to examine all the different types of grammar and speak
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Cary
Luckily, I have already learnt Present Tenses, their constructions and usages. What is more interesting in this Unit for me, it is a pretty big list of "teaching ideas", that can help us to make a les
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Casco
This unit taught me that lesson materials such as course books provide structure and tested material to a class setting, but that they are not the only materials acceptable to aid the teaching process
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Casey
seeing the difference in teaching techniques in this unit gave me ideas on how to interact and teach a lesson plan in a foreign country. The second video the teacher was so open and available, praised
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Cassel
This unit provided a guide to the various types of groups I would need to consider changing my approach to teach for. While each group would need the teacher to opt for a catered approach, the guideli
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Cassian
There are two types of groups. The new group and the existing group. The new group don't know each other and may be unfamiliar with the EFL methodology. The existing group are likely to already know e
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Cassville
Interesting walk through the role of the teacher and the learners considering that a teacher will have to deal with adults seeking english skills in their jobs. It has been interesting to read bout th
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Castle Rock
This final grammar unit covers modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Modal verbs are used before other verbs to indicate permission, obligation, ability or eve
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Caswell
For this unit, I find it intriguing as I'm being exposed to various receptive situations, defining how we read and listen. As teacher, I feel it would be imperative to be attentive for students' readi
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Catawba
testing and evaluation is a important part of a language courses. Placement tests are used in order to determine what level a student is and what class they belong in. Diagnostic tests are used by tea
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Cato
This unit focused on the modals, active and passive voices and phrasal verbs. The chart of the different modal auxiliary verbs and their uses was great and easy to understand, as well as the passive f
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Cedar Lake
The final unit deals with the common problem situations. When faced with challenges the teacher should not use the coursebook in the first lesson. Use activities that will establish rapport between st
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Cedar Rapids
This unit on teaching special groups provides advice for and overview of the different types of classes, including beginners, children, individuals, and business people. This course has taught me that
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Cedarburg
This unit teaches us about the future tense. It addresses the future tense, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going and the infinitive, the present simple an
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Center
This unit has been very helpful as I believe that managing classes and teaching is a calling,of sorts , as not everyone is cut out to have the patience and imagination to do this job. Let`s say that w
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Centerville
This unit is especially helpful in that in conveys knowledge which a native speaker can use to illustrate the difference in words which non-native speakers may have trouble distinguishing between. Thi
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Charlestown
Studying this unit has made me start to analyse all my years of being a student and remembering how all my teachers would teach English haha! I never realised that there were so many different techni
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Chase
From my perspective an effective teacher should possess these following qualities: caring, passionate,knows the subject very well and knows how to motivate and correct his or her students in a manner
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Chelsea
To finally complete this whole learning thing, I decided to go through all these ten questions and my opinion on them. No doubt that it is an advantage of teaching an existing group because the studen
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Chester
Future tense can be very challenging because it is so nuanced. There are subtle differences between the forms that can be really confusing for students. It can help by really focusing on the structure
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Chetek
This unit was helpful in identifying the different types of examinations used in a classroom. After completing this unit, I am more confident in my ability to assess the correct time to test my studen
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Chicog
This unit was incredibly dense with grammar information and content. Even as a native English speaker I have a difficult time comprehending, much less explaining the idea and usage of phrasal verbs.
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Chilton
We know that the reality in educational settings can be challenging and even be draining for educators. This unit has provided ideas on how to deal with issues in the class which can be insightful and
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Chimney Rock
Learning a language is sometimes boring for students but in the help of some equipments and teaching materials the students can retain their attention with the lesson. Teachers should learn how to use
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Chippewa
This unit has good information for teachers just starting out. Teaching can be difficult depending on the students. If they are young learners that there are issues that won't occur with adult learner
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Chippewa Falls
This topic tackles about the types of student groups who are studying English;The absolute Beginner,the adult beginner, the young beginner and the students who wants to study business English. knowing
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Christiana
In this section we first learned about modal auxiliary verbs, with the modals being: can, could, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. With each
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Cicero
This unit encompasses the most complex tense, future tense. Unlike present and past tense which have four subcategories, the future tense has seven distinct categories, the latter two having cross-ove
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City Point
This unit provides very detailed overview of the phonology. As it is natural for native speakers to master pronunciation of the sounds of the English language, as well as intonation and stresses at a
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Clam Falls
In this unit, we discussed course books and materials. There are two groups of materials-authentic and creative materials. Also telling the disadvantage of authentic materials is that they are not gra
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Clark
This unit examines the forms and the usages of modal verbs, the passive and active voice, relative clauses and it gives also an overview of phrasal verbs. It explains how the modals are used before ot
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Clarno
This unit covered five special groups: beginners, individuals, young learners, business English and monolingual vs. multilingual ones. This lesson explains the types of beginners and provides ten thin
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Clay Banks
This unit covers the challenges and possibilities of teaching English to various specific groups of learners, such as young learners, individual learners, beginners, and business English learners. It
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Clayton
This unit provided a great deal of resources that I can use, not only for job searches, but also for professional organisations that might benefit me in the future as I look for employment. I also lea
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Clear Creek
During this unit I learned that there are different tools that can be used in the classroom when teaching English. The board, interactive whiteboards, overhead projectors, visual aids, worksheets and
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Clear Lake
I have learned from this unit that the coursebook is not always suitable for the class, therefore the teacher has to create materials to supplement or replace the sections in a coursebook. These mater
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Clearfield
This was a hefty final grammar unit focusing on modal verbs, passive voice versus active voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Of course, each of these four subjects have enough content to be at
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Cleveland
This unit mainly focused on introducing some tools for teaching English. Most of these tools are readily available at most schools, and require little introduction to them. Having said that, it is imp
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