TEFL Reviews

TESOL Colton South Dakota
Student achievement and performance is directly related to teacher?s ability to motivate or demotivate them...
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TESOL Belle Mina Alabama
When teaching students English, it is important to encourage them not to use their native language in class but English instead...
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TESOL Gleneden Beach Oregon
This Unit provided very beneficial guidance for managing classrooms, particularly for someone who doesn't have any previous formal experience with classroom teaching...
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TESOL Edwards Michigan
Writing and speaking are teaching productive skills and they are equally important...
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TESOL Carter Delaware
I think the biggest thing I took away from this unit was the importance for minimizing TTT, and realizing that unless dealing with an advanced class, listening to a teacher talk on end provides as much if not more of a challenge than any piece of work that might be given...
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TESOL Canton New York
When we want to add more meaning to the main verb we can use modal verbs...
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TESOL Everetts Corner Delaware
Unit 3 covered the different types of learner levels, how level tests should be given before a 'needs analysis,' the structure and purpose of giving the students a 'needs analysis,' the variety of syllabus' and which ones to implement according to the goal of your employer, and the importance of teacher and student evaluations, and the possibility of having to prepare students for certain business examinations...
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TESOL Republic Missouri
In this unit I have learned alot about keeping class preparation and planning specific to the focus but open enough to be flexible to needs of the students in the class...
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TESOL Ericson Nebraska
In summation of this entire course, chapter twenty goes over troubleshooting, and discusses common problem situations that we may face as teachers of foreign language...
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TESOL Lodge South Carolina
Teaching receptive skills could be a tough obstacle since every students has their own difficulty within themselves whether they have a confidence in listening but not in reading, and vise versa...
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TESOL Princeton Kentucky
With student behaviour being an important factor in their learning abilities, it can increase or decrease the motivation of other students in the class if not handled correctly by the teacher...
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TESOL Springfield Minnesota
Actually watching example lessons helped to understand what I have spent the past few weeks learning...
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TESOL Hume New York
This unit was good review of phrasal verbs, something I haven't really studied in a few years...
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TESOL Wagarville Alabama
Unit 7, teaching receptive, skills taught me what purposes could be used when we read or listen...
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TESOL ChipleyCounty Seat Florida
In this final unit I have obtained knowledge on how to deal with common real life problems that a teacher might encounter in a class room on the first day and throughout the rest of the course...
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TESOL Woodstock Maine
in this unit, the use of pronunciation and phonology is important in the productive skill as in speaking...
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TESOL Derby Kansas
In unit 8, I learned all about different future tenses and I reviewed the present a second time...
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TESOL Shelby County Alabama
The content is about teaching English language to special groups like beginners, individual students, young lerners, business people...
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TESOL Hampton Viriginia
This unit covered course materials, specifically the types of course materials and how to properly implement them...
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TESOL Fredericksburg Iowa
The nineteenth unit is about teaching the English language to special groups such as very young children and business professionals...
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TESOL Wolf River Wisconsin
The receptive skills are listening and reading, because learners do not need to produce language to do these, they receive and understand it...
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TESOL Days Creek Oregon
This unit was very informative for me and reinforced various topics that were discussed in previous lessons...
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TESOL Mount Chase Maine
This unit covered lots of different groups, which shows just how diverse teaching English can be, as you may have young children, absolute beginners with no English at all or you may be teaching groups of people who work for a company and need to improve their English...
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TESOL Winchester Indiana
Unit 13 Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology was the most difficult unit so far in this course...
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TESOL Mount Carmel Tennessee
This last unit clarified some of the ways to deal with potentially difficult teaching arrangements-such as a large group or a group with mixed English levels...
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TESOL Callisburg Texas
The receptive skills are listening and reading, because learners do not need to produce language to do these, they receive and understand it...
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TESOL Holton Kansas
Testing is a useful tool for both learners and teachers and should be promoted as such...
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