TEFL Reviews

TESOL Grim Michigan
In this unit we discussed methods for teaching the two receptive language skills, reading and listening...
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TESOL Duncan Nebraska
This unit gives an overview of the various equipment, tools, and teaching aids that are available to be used for optimal learning...
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TESOL Harvey Iowa
The unit lists many tips for teachers of new classes, large classes, mixed-ability classes, warmers, students' inclination to use their first language, and effectively using listening materials...
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TESOL Clyde North Carolina
Unit 2 contains the different methodologies of teaching which are Grammar-Translation, Audio-lingualism, PPP, Task-Based Learning, CLT, CLL, The Silent Way, and The Lexical Approach...
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TESOL Westwego Louisiana
Although going over all of the rules of grammar for English is almost impossible, unit 18 gave important details on certain rules...
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TESOL Milnor North Dakota
In this unit, I learn so many different kinds of methodologies, which can help me process my class more fluently and successfuly in the future...
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TESOL Coats North Carolina
Although this unit simply gives us two videos of two classes with the same teacher teaching the same language point \"model auxlliary verbs can and can not\" to exactly the same students, it is comparatively thought provoking...
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TESOL Tinmouth Vermont
This unit is about the various theories, methodologies and techniques that an EFL teacher can incorporate in different ways into their lesson plans and classes...
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TESOL New Melle Missouri
In this unit I learned that there are different ways of evaluating students' levels and progress...
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TESOL Grafton Illinois
In this unit I have learned about modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs...
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TESOL Summit New Mexico
The material used in class is the tool for teaching the language and must be well analyzed and used, considering...
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TESOL Whittier California
This unit highlighted the potential usages and advantages of lesson planning, as well as the potential pitfalls...
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TESOL Blairstown New Mexico
This lesson asserted that a teacher of English should consider that there are twelve tenses in the English language: That there are past, present and future tenses, but that each one of those tenses has the additional aspects of Simple, Continuous, Prefer and Perfect Continuous...
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TESOL Ionia Iowa
This unit talked about different teaching methods and techniques that are used...
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TESOL Hall Summit Louisiana
In this unit, i learned how to enhance teaching productive skills; Speaking and Writing including games To create actively involving class teacher needs to know how to apply the different speaking activity, i guess mostly controlled and guided activity should proceed Creative communication activity...
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TESOL Manning Oregon
This unit describes the difficulties that may be encountered in teaching English as a second language...
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TESOL Ridgefield Washington
This unit talks about the engrossing and monotonous aspects of the course books that the teacher may use to teach students of different levels, and the use of the teacher?s creativity and methodology to involve the students in the lesson in an interesting way away from the stale discouraging materials...
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TESOL Navarino Wisconsin
As I am an older teacher, it is good to see the long list of available teaching materials now available...
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TESOL Elsberry Missouri
Unit 19 discusses methods on how to teach English to certain groups of people, i...
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TESOL Ogemaw Michigan
This lesson went over the different tenses in grammar we use to talk about the future, and the uses of the future in making predictions, decisions, and talking about things that will or will be happening...
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TESOL Baldwin New York
Methods employed by teachers to teach are to a very large extent influenced by the kind of resources and facilities...
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