TEFL Reviews

TESOL Alice North Dakota
This unit was extremely informative, as it provided examples of real-time teaching technique...
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TESOL Frankfort Indiana
Unit 9 takes us from \"why should we plan lessons?\" to the understanding that planning can be a lifeline in the classroom...
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TESOL Wynot Nebraska
In this unit we saw the conditionals and what each one expresses...
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TESOL Sharon Michigan
This short, but highly reflective, unit regarded the needs of teacher (and their respective lesson plans) when introducing and teaching new language within the classroom environment...
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TESOL Iron Hill Delaware
This unit provided a great review of troubleshooting common problems in the classroom...
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TESOL Levasy Missouri
Dealing with students of young age is always a challenging task, especially if the size of the class is large...
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TESOL Bardolph Indiana
Unit 11, Teaching Receptive Skills, was yet another helpful amount of information for me...
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TESOL Redfield Iowa
This unit covered several different grammar points including; modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice...
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TESOL Bennett Springs Nevada
This unit gives an overview about how the teacher should manage class in a way to insure best efficiency of learning activities...
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TESOL Goshen New York
Each ESL teacher will be faced with a set of challenges unique to their particular classroom(s)...
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TESOL Wimberley Texas
This unit focuses on the future tense and is a continuation of Units 4 and 6, which revolved around present and past tenses respectively...
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TESOL Irrigon Oregon
This unit discusses the three ways the English language can be accessed: tutorials, evaluations by students, and tests...
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TESOL Casey Wisconsin
Unit 5 was on managing a classroom and how to appropriately use eye-contact, gesture, and voice...
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TESOL Emerson Michigan
I believe in this section, I learned the most about what is a receptive skill...
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TESOL Alton Texas
The content of this unit basically featured the four forms of the past tense such as explaining it sentence structures, giving usages and teaching ideas on (i) past simple (ii) past continuous (iii) past perfect and (iv) past perfect continuous...
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TESOL Marquette Michigan
I have always used (in speech) what formally (in Unit #18) are defined as modals, passive voice, relative clauses (definition and non-defining) and phrasal verbs...
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TESOL Douglas Wisconsin
From the unit teachers can learn how certain behaviors and acts can influence on classroom management...
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TESOL Gate Oklahoma
This unit tells us how to introduce new vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions to the students...
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TESOL Gaylesville Alabama
The unit breaks down the five types of classes - beginners, 1-1 lessons, children, business/English for specific purposes, and monolingual/multilingual...
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TESOL Normandy Park Washington
This unit deals with the different forms of the conditional in English, its use and the problems it generates...
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TESOL Cocoa Beach Florida
There are a great number of theories, methods and techniques to use when teaching EFL...
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TESOL Eagle Lake Florida
In this unit, I found question four a bit tricky as in the sentence, ??John had finished cooking...
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TESOL Salem South Carolina
In this unit, I learned the history of different teaching philosophies and the pros and cons of each of these methods...
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TESOL Springville Utah
I think this unit did a decent job at reflecting how a classroom should be managed...
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TESOL Greenville Pennsylvania
In this unit I have learned the different advantages and disadvantages of either monolingual or multilingual students and young and adult learners...
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