TEFL Reviews

TESOL Certification Japan Ube
This unit was about how sounds are pronounced in the English language, how to write down the pronunciation of words using the phonemic alphabet, and how to best help students improve their pronunciation...
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TESOL Certification Japan Noda
This unit stresses the importance of student assessment, so that teachers and students can monitor class progress...
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TESOL Certification Japan Odawara
I think that this unit is a good balance if I am to contrast between the present (too much detail) & past tenses (too little detail)...
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TESOL Certification Japan Oita
This unit is filled with helpful tips for various situations, ranging from the first day of class and a large class size to students speaking their native language and students who are reluctant to participate in class...
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TESOL Certification Japan Okazaki
I have learnt from this unit that both the teacher and the learner require qualities which contribute to a 'good' learning environment...
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TESOL Certification Japan Okinawa
This unit accurately described the number of ways a teacher can incorporate enriching lessons to strengthen writing skills...
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TESOL Certification Japan Ota
I did not realize that there were so many future tenses in the English language, but I can see how they would be confusing for a second-language learner...
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TESOL Certification Japan Otaru
Since I will be taking the additional 50-hour courses in both Teaching Young Learners and Teaching Business English, it was really helpful to get an introduction/overview to those topics in this unit...
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TESOL Certification Japan Musashino
This unit looking at grammar was a little difficult to get my head around because as a native english speaker i cannot remember learning the grammar at school, we just did it naturally! But for me starting to learn grammar is a good and necessary skill to have and would make the teacher and students classes much more enjoyable...
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TESOL Certification Japan Nagaoka
This was the most varied unit by far, covering four different areas of grammar: Modals - Auxiliary verbs like can, could, might, should, would and must...
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TESOL Certification Japan Neyagawa
This unit examines modals auxiliary verbs and passive voice, as well as a brief overview of phrasal verbs and relative clauses...
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TESOL Certification Japan Nishinomiya
This unit presented the four past tenses used in the English language: past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous...
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TESOL Certification Japan Kawanishi
While I found all the information to be useful, specifically the information on placement tests and diagnostic tests, one aspect that was not discussed in the unit was how to effectively provide evaluations to students...
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TESOL Certification Japan Kawasaki
Based on the two videos the learning environment and willingness of the student to participate in the lessons and absorb the material depends a lot on the teacher type of attitude the teacher brings into the classroom...
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TESOL Certification Japan Kochi
In this last unit we learned about the teaching methodologies and how can a teacher deal with the problems arises...
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TESOL Certification Japan Kokubunji
In this unit I gained some insights as to the importance of different levels of testing and how schools gauge the level of the student...
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TESOL Certification Japan Kyoto
This unit has shown me more about how to approach teaching a new language most especially using the ESA approach to teaching English...
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TESOL Certification Japan Ikoma
In this Unit, I have learned many different parts of grammar with different sets of rules, as well as different exceptions to rules...
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