TEFL Reviews

TESOL Hatton Alabama
Supporting material for lesson plans and course development can come in the form of prepared Syllabuses as created course books, or as reading material from just about any conceivable source, such as newspapers, menus, instructions manuals, poetry, songs, reviews, etc...
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TESOL Massena New York
This unit covered the problems and challenges that come with teaching total beginners and more advanced students, as well as how this differs between young learners and adult learners...
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TESOL Horse Heaven Oregon
I feel like I have learnt the advantages and disadvantages of different teaching aids and equipment like the OHP, the whiteboard and interactive whiteboard, visual aids in general, work sheets and work cards, the cassette recorder and CD player, videos, DVDs, video camera, dictionaries, course books, resource books, photocopiers, computers and online sources...
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TESOL Choctaw Pennsylvania
This unit shows some of the most common probles that the teacher can face in a class from first lesson to latest lessons as well...
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TESOL Franzen Wisconsin
I found the example lesson plan very helpful, as it allowed me to see the flow of the class, exactly what is happening, the phase and the timing...
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TESOL Anamoose North Dakota
Unit 4 reflects on the four present tenses, namely the present simple, the present continuous, the present perfect and the present perfect continuous...
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TESOL Pearl Texas
In this unit, we go over the importance of course books and lesson materials...
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TESOL KissimmeeCounty Seat Florida
Other than presenting the usages and differences of the core principles of future tense (simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous), this unit also explains how the present simple, the present continuous, and the \"be going + infinitive\" form can be used for future applications...
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TESOL Derby Iowa
Unit 16: Conditionals and reported speech provided a great explanation of the five main conditionals...
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TESOL Jewell Kansas
This unit covers the various aspects of classroom management ranging from the use of eye contact, gestures, and voice from the instructor to the pros and cos of different seating arrangements...
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TESOL Wrightsville Georgia
This is an excellent outline of issues of protocol to consider when working/teaching in a foreign country...
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TESOL Darlington Wisconsin
There are many different things that the teacher can use in the classroom to help students learn...
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TESOL Saint George Missouri
Most of things I've seen in this unit are what you really learn practicing inside the classroom...
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TESOL Prospect New Mexico
similar to the past two units on tenses, this unit was a helpful reminder about future tenses...
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TESOL Sparta Oregon
Receptive skills are those skills in which we receive language, they are reading and listening...
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TESOL Adair Village Oregon
From my perspective on the last unit it would seem that troubleshooting difficulties starts with knowing the students and having a good rapport (early activities such as 'pass the ball' or 'Tell us about...
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TESOL Grafton Vermont
overview of the content of the unit The current unit includes the key points of how to teach a new language...
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TESOL Iuka Kansas
I can relate many aspects of this lesson to when I was learning Spanish in high school...
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TESOL Mount Vernon New York
Teacher's attitude, good rapport with the students, smile, kind and enthusiastic approach are vital factors for lesson effectiveness...
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TESOL Corvallis Oregon
This unit helps answers a lot of questions in regards to teaching students of different ages...
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