TEFL Reviews

TESOL Tahoka Texas
I learned in this lesson that there are sentences containing \"if\" (or similar expressions such as \" when\") which refer to past, present and future possibilities...
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TESOL Richmond Oregon
This unit helped me stretch my creativity within the task activities...
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TESOL Commerce Texas
It is important to know how to explain the present tense to non-native speakers...
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TESOL Brashear Missouri
I have learned that the ESA model options are largely reliant on the student's level of understanding...
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TESOL Gisela Arizona
This unit covers the basics on how to test and assess students on their placement level and progress...
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TESOL Norway Michigan
There are various methods of learning English that have been tried and tested throughout time...
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TESOL Ligonier Pennsylvania
As I stated in the previous units on tenses, these units are a valuable tool for teachers to both make sure they are up to date as well as having a resource to adapt for their students...
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TESOL McCalla Alabama
This final unit addresses different problem situations the teacher may face, such as first lessons, warming up the class, classes with students of different levels, large classes, students using their native language in class, reluctant students, difficulty with listening materials, and how to pace the class to accommodate more and less advanced students...
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TESOL Lillie Louisiana
This unit discusses the common equipment and teaching aids used in ESL classrooms...
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TESOL Fabius Michigan
I learned a lot from this lesson in regards to course books and lesson material...
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TESOL Mignon Alabama
I learned that there are different ways to communicate effectively to students - I find it interesting that some of the ways to help students communicate with each other were ways I would have thought weren't a good idea...
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TESOL Grand Blanc Michigan
Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) in groups can be extremely challenging, but can be one of the most rewarding experiences...
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TESOL Goodwater Alabama
During unit 12 I have learned that it is very important to know all your students and to know where they come from, so that you can have an idea of their alphabet and their way of writing for example in Arabic you write from right to left using a very different alphabet...
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TESOL Rossie Iowa
This unit is quite long and mostly about the sounding techniques of saying words in English...
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TESOL Fairburn Georgia
This unit lists the seven most common usages of future tense, and helpfully provides examples of each and their contexts based on whether or not the tense must show predictions, facts, promises, definite plans, inquiries, and so on...
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TESOL Bridgeview Indiana
There are a variety of potential problems we as English teachers may find ourselves facing...
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TESOL Hamburg Iowa
There are many common issues when learning how to teach a class English...
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TESOL Dallas Wisconsin
Unit 10's use of comparison helped to highlight effective techniques when teaching...
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TESOL Blue Eye Arkansas
In this unit I learned more about pronunciation, both spoken and written, in ways I never knew existed before; I suppose that's a testament to to how often phonetics is taught in school as described in the lesson...
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TESOL Palmyra Missouri
There are four things that a student needs to do with the language, that is to say be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it is constructed, practice and produce it...
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TESOL Concord Delaware
In Unit 17 I was happy to see a wide variety of resources provided--thanks! Some of them I have used, yet many are new; I hope to use some of them in the future...
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TESOL Clam Lake Michigan
In unit 6 methods of teaching new language is introduced, specifically vocabulary, grammar, and language functions...
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