TEFL Reviews

TESOL Anneville Delaware
It was quite evident from the very beginning of the lesson what was ineffective with the first video lesson...
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TESOL Wilton Iowa
Teaching pronunciation and phonology is a most interesting topic, which is often neglected by teachers - both native and foreign - due to a lack of confidence in the topic...
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TESOL Tilden Wisconsin
In this unit, theories, techniques and applications of teaching pronunciation and phonology are examined...
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TESOL Bantry North Dakota
This unit was so helpful for me and my future as a teacher because I learned a lot about how to make a lesson plan...
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TESOL Cameron New York
Unit 18 \"Grammar\" was about modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice...
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TESOL Hazlet New Mexico
This unit covered further grammar devices that will be necessary in teaching English as a second/foreign language, including modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs...
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TESOL Brookhaven Delaware
I appreciated the section in this unit that discussed how to effectively use students' names...
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TESOL Austin Oregon
Classroom resources are essential and valuable for teachers who must create fun, interesting, and educational classroom environments that engage their students' attention...
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TESOL Mesquite Texas
Throughout this unit, I have notice that classroom management is very important...
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TESOL Brownsdale Minnesota
Modal auxiliary verbs are important to the structure of sentences in the English language as they give meaning to the speaker or writer's intent...
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TESOL Monticello Wisconsin
Evaluation of the student's progress and abilities are needed by the teacher so he/she can best address gaps in the student's knowledge...
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TESOL Mina New York
Briefly, I have learned different methodologies and the fact that there is no clear answer as to which methodology is the best to use...
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TESOL Greensboro Alabama
In this unit I learned that the two productive skills in English language communication are speaking and writing...
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TESOL Sutton New Hampshire
Teaching materials' types: authentic (materials that have been produced for a purpose other than the classroom) and non-authentic (materials that have been produced, either by an educational company or individual teachers for the specific purpose of being a teaching aid)...
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TESOL Utica Wisconsin
This unit has taught me the four basic skills in any language learning ie reading and listening (receptive skills) , speaking and writing ( productive skills)...
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TESOL Stamford New York
This lesson crystallises the two productive aspect of language learning: speaking and writing...
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TESOL River Bend North Carolina
unit 11 TEACHING RECEPTIVE SKILLS -READING AND LISTENING 1-REASONS FOR READING AND LISTENING:FOR ENTERTAINMENT AND FOR A PURPOSE STUDENTS READ FOR THE PURPOSE OF PASSING THEIR EXAMS AND TO OBTAIN KNOWLEDGE...
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TESOL Tularosa New Mexico
This small Unit's focus is on the Equipment and Teaching Aids you'll be using in your classroom...
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TESOL Chapel Hill Delaware
I found these videos very effective as it gives clear examples of how a negative teacher can actually affect a classroom of students and their learning abilities...
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TESOL Tonopah Nevada
This unit was very successful in expressing and comparing two different classroom environments...
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TESOL Clay City Indiana
This unit was based around two examples of the same ESA lessons, but with hugely differing results...
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