TEFL Reviews

TESOL Heavener Pennsylvania
This unit focused on the receptive skills of language learning which are listening and reading...
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TESOL Florence Minnesota
In teaching pronunciation and phonology it is always important for the teacher to be a model and should always provide a concise example as well as helping the students learn how every word in pronounced by using helpful methodologies such as visual aids, or by performing how a word is pronounced in a form of showing the student how the mouth should be...
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TESOL Lincoln Iowa
In this unit I learned of the different methods of teaching, but the most effective way of teaching is the engage, study, activate method...
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TESOL Colden New York
This is a great review unit to reinforce the teaching methods I have learnt in Unit 3...
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TESOL Lepanto Arkansas
I have learned how to distinguish between the different past tenses in the English language...
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TESOL Walpack New Jersey
From this unit I have learnt there are four skills of language: receptive skills - reading and listening, and productive skills - speaking and writing...
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TESOL South Hampton New Hampshire
Unit 7: Teaching New Language concentrates on three basic aspects of language acquisition: vocbulary, grammar and spelling and language functions...
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TESOL Shapleigh Maine
The content for this unit included teaching methods, the ESA staging method, along with specific types of activities for each part (Engage, Study, Activate)...
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TESOL Jacksonville Arkansas
This unit provided an overview of pronunciation and phonology (including the phonetic alphabet) and techniques and methods of how to teach them both...
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TESOL Locke New York
This unit summarized conditional and reported speech (sentences containing 'IF' or 'WHEN')...
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TESOL Evans New York
This lesson was in the video form which made it more interesting...
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TESOL LeDroit Park District Of Columbia
It was interesting to read that writing is often overlooked in the TEFL world, because I've had the exact opposite experience, although I see very little creative writing...
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TESOL Berlin New Mexico
Pronunciation and phonology unit is talking about those two aspect of English language and teach us how to teach this area to students...
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TESOL Brookville Ohio
This unit describes about how the material should be for teaching language...
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TESOL West Elizabeth Pennsylvania
There are a number of ways to assess a student's language level such as tutorials, evaluation by the students, and tests...
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TESOL Miesville Minnesota
As a teacher who is very familiar in teaching English speaking and writing I very much appreciate this lesson...
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TESOL Norcatur Kansas
Language is more than just the words that are used, therefore when teaching a language there is more to consider than just the words one uses...
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TESOL Ogilvie Minnesota
The writing activities can take quite a while with younger and lower level learners...
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TESOL Portage Indiana
Understanding simple past tense and simple past continuous tense are relatively easy for ESL students...
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TESOL Welches Oregon
This unit was learning productive skills which include speaking, writing and games...
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TESOL San Mar Maryland
Appropriate lesson structure, mostly geared toward classes with multiple students was covered in this unit, as well as various pros and cons inherent in given methodologies...
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TESOL Blades Delaware
There are many learning styles that a teacher can employ in the classroom...
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TESOL Port Townsend Washington
Unit 19 deals with the different groups of learners, their peculiarities, methods that should be adopted in teaching them effectively and likely problems to be encountered in teaching them...
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