TEFL Reviews

TESOL Rancho Viejo Texas
Teaching methods have developed into a more student involved and active way of learning...
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TESOL Bedford Ohio
In unit seven we covered vocabulary, grammar and functions...
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TESOL Hamilton New York
In this unit, I learned about valuable insight into teaching vocabulary, grammar, and functions...
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TESOL Ava Illinois
This unit looks at different strategies that can be used in managing and organising the classroom...
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TESOL Saratoga Springs Utah
Delving into the world of learning a new language opens a new window through a vast ocean of knowledge which has been branched into different things...
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TESOL Premont Texas
This unit informed about the different types of evaluation tests: placement, diagnostic, progress and practice tests as well as external exams...
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TESOL Walden Vermont
Using authentic materials is one of the mainstays of an imaginative and motivating higher level course, but rarely features at levels lower than intermediate...
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TESOL Goetz Wisconsin
This unit covered a number of different EFL methodologies, practices and forms of feedback that aspiring teachers are encouraged to employ during their lessons...
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TESOL St. Clairsville Ohio
For all of the 13 units so far, I have to say this unit is the most difficult one for me to learn and took me a longer time to finish,to digest than other units...
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TESOL Wolf Lake Minnesota
As discussed in an earlier unit (Unit 3), grammar lays the groundwork in English language...
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TESOL Idlewild Michigan
Unit 11 discussed different means of evaluation and testing utilized for English learners...
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TESOL Alma Kansas
In this unit you can see how important is the methodology in the process of both teaching and learning...
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TESOL Punxsutawney Pennsylvania
Phonology is the study, analysis, and grouping of speech sounds including word stress, sentence intonation, and voice rhythm...
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TESOL Second Mesa Arizona
My last reflection covered production skills rather than receptive skills, in retrospect, so in some ways I've already answered this...
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TESOL Oak Hill Alabama
Unit 20 discusses how to identify problems situations and ways to deal with them...
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TESOL Cornish Utah
This last unit provides some helpful tips to troubleshoot some common problems when teaching English...
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TESOL Bridgeville Pennsylvania
This lesson was valuable because of how it broke down the teaching of grammar and vocabulary as different from functions of a language and then described what types of ESA lessons would be best to use to teach...
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TESOL Altamont Kansas
In this unit I learned about the Engage Study Activate teaching style and various activities that could be used during each stage...
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TESOL Jeffersonville Kentucky
This unit was in many ways an integral part of the teaching receptive and productive skills, which began in the previous unit ? with receptive skills ? and finished in this respective unit with productive skills...
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TESOL Dixons Mills Alabama
Preparation of an effective lesson plan requires much more thought and planning that it seems to...
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TESOL Olustee Oklahoma
This unit was interesting, as it covered the other 2 skills of language, the productive skills of speaking and writing and the underlying methods to foster development of those areas...
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TESOL Pendleton South Carolina
In this unit of study, I read a statement indicating that the \"process\" can be more important than the product...
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