TEFL Reviews

TESOL Cincinnati Ohio
This section addressed the types of materials that may be available to teachers to support their students' learning including both authentic materials and created materials, particularly textbooks...
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TESOL Davy West Virginia
The first part of this lesson focussed on the different methodologies available for teaching English...
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TESOL Middlefield New York
I think that your own intuition, experiences and creativity in handling classroom situations will be far more valuable than trying to copy someone else style...
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TESOL Scotia Nebraska
I find that this section links to many of the concepts discussed in Unit 1, in regards to being able to identify the types of learners, and thus utilize the right teaching methodology...
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TESOL Rochester New York
In this unit, we learned about some different methodologies of TEFL such as the Lexical Approach, the Silent Way, Task-Based Learning, etc...
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TESOL Hoffman Indiana
There are four things his unit states that students need to be able to do with learning and using their new language 1...
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TESOL Port Wing Wisconsin
Unit four teen as other units ,is equally vital because i have learned how to go about books and materials as a teacher...
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TESOL Madison New Hampshire
In reading this section, it seemed to me like I was recapping everything that we just studied...
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TESOL Alhambra California
This unit briefly explains in the beginning the three tenses in the English language and how each tense has four aspects (simple, continuous, perfect, perfect continuous), all of them together creates 12 tenses...
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TESOL Warfield Kentucky
This unit talks about the different theories, methods and techniques related to teaching a second language...
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TESOL Moose Lake Minnesota
This lesson covered many different teaching methodologies as well as the Engage-Study-Activate (ESA) method, which is now considered the best method for effective language instruction...
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TESOL Eaton Ohio
The four aspects of past tense namely past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous are all indicating actions/situations completed/happened in the past...
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TESOL Bow Mar Colorado
In this unit I learned how to construct a lesson plan from beginning to end...
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TESOL Dalton Minnesota
From this Unit I have learned, that as an EFL teacher I should have a sound knowledge of Present Tense system, and while teaching different types of tenses I should be able to educate my students in a systematic manner...
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TESOL Bryce Arizona
Communication styles vary by the teacher as they balance the need of breaking the ice, or introducing clear concise instruction verses maximizing student engagement...
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TESOL Royal Palm Beach Florida
Words and their structure and function, being introduced to the learning pool may be initially complex on the whole...
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TESOL Bloomer Wisconsin
The unit covered the different types of lesson materials teachers can use in the classroom...
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TESOL Thomaston Alabama
In this unit the past tense was discussed along with its usage, some common errors made by learners, and some sample activate teaching ideas...
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TESOL Alamo Nevada
Lesson planning is essential to carry the teacher and students smoothly and efficiently throughout the day, weeks and months of each school year...
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TESOL Partridge Kansas
This Unit16 looked at Conditionals and Reported speech, which is very important to be taught in the class as part of English grammar...
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TESOL Waucoma Iowa
Materials and coursebooks are very important to any class because it gives structure and helps the students to understand the class' system...
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TESOL Grawn Michigan
This unit covers the teaching of productive skills, which are speaking and writing...
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TESOL Dixie Oregon
This is the most important unit for a teacher in becoming a successful \"Teacher\"...
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TESOL Mutual Oklahoma
Though this Unit I was able to better understand the importance of doing cultural research of a country before relocating to work there...
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TESOL Ely Iowa
this unit centres on phonology which has to do with the classification of sounds...
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TESOL Lake Worth Florida
While writing and speaking are considered productive skills (as opposed to listening and reading, the receptive language skills), both require different teaching methodologies and pose different pedagogical difficulties...
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TESOL Medford Minnesota
As a teacher, it is always important to introduce grammar subjects in a creative and fun way to get students attention and to motivate them...
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TESOL Linn Wisconsin
Unit 14 discuses the pros and cons of various books and materials...
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TESOL Ghent New York
I found this unit to be a solid refresher on the intricacies of part of speech within the English language...
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TESOL Paoli Colorado
Unit13 is all about general guidelines on how to teach pronunciation to foreign students, mainly English pronunciation...
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TESOL Chatham Indiana
This unit reviewed the 7 different tense systems in the English language...
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TESOL Malvern Pennsylvania
There are several types of equipment and teaching aids potentially available to the EFL teacher...
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