TEFL Reviews

TESOL Coaling Alabama
I think that it was important to learn about the needs negotiation because the clients are adults, and they likely have specific goals with the language that relate to their professional life...
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TESOL Pineville Kentucky
This unit was about understanding modal and phrasal verbs, as well as the active/passive voice...
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TESOL Crawford Alabama
This unit discusses the 2 receptive skills, reading and listening, both of which are equally as important...
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TESOL Morrison Illinois
This unit was incredibly helpful in understanding classroom structure and layout...
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TESOL Seymour Iowa
Within Unit 7 we began to look at how we can effectively deliver new language concepts, vocabulary and grammar to the classroom...
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TESOL Mulvane Kansas
This unit tells us the importance of teachers' attitude in the class...
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TESOL Delavan Minnesota
I liked learning more in depth about the different ESA (Engage, Study, and Activate) lessons...
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TESOL Grosse Pointe Woods Michigan
This was a great way to finish up the twenty sections, I appreciate the short review and it inspired a little more confidence in myself going forward...
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TESOL English Village Delaware
I found this to be the most difficult unit so far, as I had never encountered an academic situation related to the uses of phrasal verbs and particulary the passive voice...
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TESOL Armstrong Iowa
This unit had very insightful information for managing a class and troubleshooting problems...
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TESOL Rogue River Oregon
This unit covered the future tense, considered to be one of the most complex areas of the English language...
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TESOL Kountze Texas
Despite my intrinsic knowledge of the English language, putting terminology to technique and identifying different grammar rules is always something that I've struggled with...
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TESOL Oak City Utah
Unit 13 is about Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology; it covers the areas of Stress, Rhythm and Intonation...
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TESOL Bruceville-Eddy Texas
I learned that there were so much more possibilities in teaching a child other than reading and drilling vocabulary to them...
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TESOL Brook Park Ohio
Unit 11 introduces the four basic skills in any language, which are reading and listening, and speaking and writing...
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TESOL Palermo New York
Unit 5 introduces the concept of \"classroom management\" in which teachers arrange a conducive environment for students to learn English...
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TESOL Victor New York
I've already learnt how to create a lesson plan during my college years and this was a good review of it...
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TESOL Union Point Georgia
this unit covered the two receptive components of English language learning: reading and listening...
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TESOL Dearborn Missouri
this unit sheds light on some of the most confusing grammar and usage topics for ESL OR EFL learners...
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TESOL Northfield Indiana
I strongly agree with the idea that beginning a children's class in a firm (strict) manner and then relaxing it is much better than trying to gain control of an initially relaxed class...
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TESOL Guy Arkansas
In this Unit I have learn't about the different tests used and what they are used for...
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TESOL Windsor Maine
This unit, focusing on the productive skills, speaking and writing was the continuation of the previous lesson on the receptive skills, listening and reading...
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TESOL Polk City Florida
I personally think coursebooks are rather bland and can create a feeling of boredom and disinterest in something that otherwise might be interesting...
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TESOL Buffalo South Dakota
Three important parts of teaching new language is vocabulary, grammar and language function...
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TESOL Marlborough New York
This lesson was understanding the timing, the relevance, the frequency, the position, whether positive or negative, of actions being communicated...
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TESOL Beecher City Indiana
Unit three presents a vast range of different theories about 'what works' when teaching english as a second language...
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TESOL Holly Ridge North Carolina
I found this unit helpful in the fact that in the sample test on page 4 and 5 it provides space for the student to define their outcome for the course...
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TESOL Solon Iowa
Watching these videos has provided a good demonstration of what I will be doing as a teacher...
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TESOL Paw Paw Michigan
Modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice relative clauses appraisal verbs are being examined in this unit...
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TESOL New Castle Washington
This unit provided guidance on useful classroom tools that can be used to aid instruction and elicit engagement from students...
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TESOL Alcona Michigan
Gives You the use of the basic rules and the break down of model verbs how you use them when using a commend, request uncertainty...
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TESOL Long Grove Indiana
This unit takes a look at the some of the various types of classrooms settings and students a language teacher might encounter in the real world...
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TESOL Underhill Wisconsin
This unit describes how the English language has many past, present and future tenses that are often used interchangeably without much thought...
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