TEFL Reviews

TESOL Templeton Iowa
There are different methods of teaching language and each of them are based on principles of learning...
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TESOL Jordan Oregon
The final unit focused on troubleshooting within the classroom...
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TESOL Jackson New York
Reading this unit brought me back to my first years of starting to learn Chinese, that reading and listening are equally important, as the other skills (productive (speaking and writing)) are too...
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TESOL Sylvan Wisconsin
In my opinion, having a set of elaborately designed course books is very important and necessary for students as well as teachers as it outlines guidelines for us to follow and allows the learning process of students to be more systematic and complete...
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TESOL Point Blank Texas
This unit is similar to the earlier unit in that it goes through the different structures that the teacher can use to make learning more efficient...
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TESOL Encinal Texas
I had been waited to read the \"Different Levels\" section since I started this course...
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TESOL Lebo Kansas
This unit has looked at the teaching of productive skills, which are speaking and writing...
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TESOL Eucha Pennsylvania
Pre-teaching is powerful tool that can work across the entire skill range of teaching English...
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TESOL Lemont Indiana
In this unit we learn about different type of equipment and teachings aids...
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TESOL Scranton Iowa
This chapter is devoted to two receptive skills: listening and reading...
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TESOL Unity Maine
In this unit I learned many of the differences between the different types of learners such as individuals vs...
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TESOL Mohall North Dakota
Unit 10 was focused on a video of a language lesson being taught to a group of Thai students...
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TESOL Clinton South Carolina
The unit presented a historical overview of teaching methodologies that have been employed over the past few centuries of teaching English, culminating in the preferred Engage, Activate and Study (ESA) methodology...
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TESOL Medford New Mexico
Looking at the content in unit four,tenses are divided into three main:The Past,present and the future tenses...
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TESOL Dodge North Dakota
I have taught stufents from k-adults and I have found tht children are easier to teach as long as you make it interesting and fun...
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TESOL Mount Vernon Maine
Overall, this unit featured aspects of evaluating and testing students language skills...
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TESOL Oasis Nevada
The unit teaches the parts of speech, dividing each category into subcategories...
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TESOL Malone Florida
In this unit I have learn that students have four things they needs to do in new language in whatever way the teacher presents his class...
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TESOL Elgin North Dakota
As usual, relearning and identifying the specific tense to use if very difficult as a native speaker who does not really think about these differences...
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TESOL Duvall Washington
A wide variety of factors should be considered when creating a safe and comfortable work environment for students of all ages...
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TESOL Maywood Nebraska
Past tenses are divided into four stages: the past simple,past continuous,past perfect and past perfect continuous...
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TESOL Export Pennsylvania
The focus of this unit is the different forms of the future tense, how to use them and various activities that can be adapted to teaching each...
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TESOL Greenwood Missouri
English native speakers will not stop once to realize the difference in present tenses nor will they need to think about the usage...
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TESOL Bakerhill Alabama
Noticeably omitted here are vocabulary tests, as well as reading tests, both of which may be the most frequent types of tests in middle school/reading classes...
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TESOL Colona Illinois
The differences between the two styles of teaching and the attitudes given by the teachers were interesting to observe...
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TESOL Clearfield Iowa
This unit discussed about the true modals, their uses and some examples along with that...
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TESOL Island Heights New Jersey
This unit covered with greater depth the other foundational skills needed when learning a new language, (productive skills)...
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TESOL Melville Oregon
Unit 16 is about conditional and reported speech; two important grammar lessons that are commonly taught in an English Language class...
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TESOL Boxford Masachusetts
Present: - Simple -Continuous -Perfect -Perfect countinuous Present simple is used in : - Habitual or routine actions -Permanent situacions of facts -Commentaries -Newspapes headlines -Present stories Present continuous: -Talk about an actions that is in progress at the tme of sprech -Talk about a temporary action that is not necessarly im progress -To emphasize very frequent actions -To describe developing situacions Present Perfect: -when we talk about finish actions -When we think in complet past actions, carried out in an unfinished time of period at the time of speaking -When we talk about past actions that are still true now Present perfect continuous -To comunicate an incomple and on going activity when we want to say how long it has continue -...
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TESOL Pimaco Two Arizona
This Unit - Unit number 4 is completely attention-consuming as it provides us with pieces of information related to a proper interdiction of the new language (L2) to all levels of studies, starting with the Beginner's to Advanced...
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