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When starting a course, the teachers should use the first lesson to establish the rapport, to get to know the students and their interests in L2 and to find out their L2 level. Warmers (for example Ha
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I found the rules for reported speech quite complicated to start with, I think it takes an in-depth reflection to fully understand how to correctly structure a sentence according to the rules provided
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This unit on pronunciation taught me knowledge I had never studied. Pronunciation is obviously an essential part of a language but actual phonology, or applied phonetics, is new to me. Intonation invo
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The future tense was explored and in its various forms: future simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous, going-to. Also the use of present simple and continuous with reference to a future time
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Evaluating students level and progress may be accomplished through the use of tutorials, tests and evaluations by the students themselves. At the start of a course, students may be given a placement t
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This unit presented two in class demo videos of a teacher and a class of adult students. In the first lesson the teacher appeared to use a strait arrow ESA format and in the latter a boomerang or pa
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I have to say that as a teacher, the first lesson between student and teacher is really important. Since that is the first time for students and teachers meet each other, leaving a good impression for
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The third conditional and mixed conditional are the most difficult part for a non-native speaker, it takes time to get then understand when and how to use those two forms by showing the grammar forms
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In this unit i was taught how to teach different aspects of language: vocabulary, grammar structures and functions of the language The unit starts from vocabulary teaching techniques: what kind of inf
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There is no wrong way to teach, but effective teaching does require structure and engagement. The Engage-Study-Activate model is a good jumping off point that is easily customizable to the teacher’s
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Finally, I found my answer to the common problem situation I am encountering every time I handle my first lesson with a new group of students. Commonly, greeting the student, self-introduction and giv
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I often forget that phrasal verbs are so common in English, and so complicated for language learners. I remember one particular student struggling with phrases like "Put it away" or "put it on top." I
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This unit went over the grammar points of modal verbs, passive voice and relative clauses. In all honesty, these point confuse even a native speaker like myself as we tend to not put any thought into
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During this unit, I learned about grammar. Grammar is very important within a language and very important that a student grasps the concept of grammar. Grammar gives structure and understanding to a s
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Focus on modal auxillary verb,the passive voice and a brief overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses.Modal auxillary verbs are use before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb.Examples of
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Iron River
This unit reviews the different types of course materials and the benefits and disadvantages of each. The biggest question lies within the decision to utilize a course book or not. A course book can b
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Besides course books and textbooks, a traditional white/blackboard and dictionary, there are many others different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, such as overhead projecto
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I now know what to call each english level. (The absolute beginner, The false beginner, ect.) I also learned a lot of methodologies and techniques. I learned that teaching beginners requires a specia
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This unit covered the basics of the characteristics of a good teacher and a good learner, as well as the various levels of English language proficiency. I feel I learned the most when studying the va
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This lesson is a good ice breaker example for groups that we see for the first time. I like the examples that were given to start conversations around the class. Sometimes it is difficult to make the
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In this section we learned about ways to teach young learners and business students. Obviously they are vastly different in techniques, material and presentation, but all still follow ESA format. When
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Grammar, a word that I was never really bothered about until I tarted this course. Its often easy to forget that the English language has much more depth to it then just being able to speak and unders
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This unit I learned more about future tenses. The unit went over the most seven common future tenses that students will most likely come across. Much like the present and past tenses, the future tense
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Unit twenty is about troubleshooting. The best way to avoid problems in the classroom is to identify them early and take a proactive approach. The main sources of problems in the classroom are large g
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In this Unit I have learnt the functions of a lesson plan. A lesson is an aid to planning. You should write down what you want the students to achieve in the lesson and how you intend to do that. This
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This was an interesting unit . I found it much more informative and it is helpful to see the differences of teaching different kinds of classes. It’s surprisingly to know that it’s best to not sp
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This was the most useful unit (for me) so far. I was always hesitating to use the whiteboard. I never really realized when to use it, but with this unit I learned how and when to use it. It's very goo
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In this unit I have learnt the importance of the receptive skills; reading and listening. I have learnt that these skills are equally important. I have learnt the reasons for reading and listening; fo
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English has two simple tenses, the present simple and the past simple. These are formed with one word, the appropriate form of the verb. Using the auxiliary verbs have, be, and will/shall to make pe
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I learned that teachers have a variety of information that they can display in a ton of different formats. In order to keep the class entertained, the teacher may show authentic and relevant videos or
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Jump River
Writing and speaking with future tenses is another important skill for English language learners. It will equip them to express plans and predictions. The future tenses are also necessary for understa
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This unit focused mostly on grammar. It spoke about modal auxiliary verbs like could, can, must, should, might. Each of these different modal verbs is used followed by the base form of the verb. They
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This unit of course covers important aspects of Conditional and Reported Speech which has the potential for students’ errors and difficulty. When teaching this part of English grammar, it is importa
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I appreciate that this course covers teaching a broad range of class types. I think the tips given to be very professional for a business class; fun, fair, and non-violent/threatening for kids, and th
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Teachers need to evaluate their students’ English to determine whether the students are making any progress in their learning. A teacher also needs to evaluate students at the beginning of a course
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This unit is describing some special groups of English learners, which require specific approach and knowledges. From my point of view, teaching young children first, requires loving children in gener
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This unit has given a general insight of the qualities and roles of a teacher as well as the difference between learners with respect to age and their subsequent motivation, experience, expected behav
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Types of classes can vary depending on where and for whole the classes are taking place. Teaching complete and false beginners needn't be intimidating, the teacher simply needs to bring a new skills s
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This unit has taught me about the different methods of teaching a foreign language, such as the Present-Practice-Produce method, grammar-translation method and audio-lingual method which focus on teac
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This unit explains and gives important information about different types of classes that we encounter while we teach English language and also what we need to do in terms of providing effective teachi
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Feedback during a course is as useful for the students as for the teachers. Through tutorials we can follow our students’ progress on a regular basis. We can also ask students to evaluate the course
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I would consider this unit to be a first insight into the role of a teacher, the qualities that are needed to be a good teacher and how to use them. The unit also gives information about different typ
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This chapter gives a summary of English grammar that is more intrinsic. Many people use it, even the native speakers but rarely understand clearly the rules guiding the context. Modals, phrasal verbs
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This first unit is an overview of the course itself, a general introduction to the teaching points. The main objective of an ESP teacher is to deliver the skills and the knowledge of business english
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This was a helpful unit to better understand the future tense. I was unaware that there were so many uses for the future tense in English, so it was beneficial to me to improve my basic understanding.
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Unit 16 is a grammar unit on conditionals and direct/reported speech. Under conditionals, the chapter covers the various types of conditionals which come up in the English language - zero, first, seco
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Being able to effectively carry out the 'engage' portion of the lesson is essential, not only in any individual lesson, but most especially at the very beginning of a teaching relationship with studen
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It's nice to know that there are varied resources and options available when presenting different lessons and targeting specific goals. I think that there are many advantages in knowing exactly what
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This unit has taught me how, both the teacher and the students, should act in a classroom setting. I have gained knowledge about about appropriate teacher behavior and different roles the teacher is r
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Parts of speech touches on the parts of speech which make up the English language. The unit drills further into nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and the lesser known, gerunds. From a personal point o
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