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TESOL Certification Bulgaria Burgas
This unit discusses ten theories along with their methodologies and techniques, to include (1) grammar-translation, 2) Audio-Lingualism, (3) Presentation, Practice and Production (PPP), (4) Task-Based Learning, (5) Communitive Language Teaching, (6) Community Language Learning, (7) The Silent Way, (8) Suggestopaedia, (9) The Lexical Approach, and the Engage, Study, Activate (ESA) approach as means of teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL)...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Santo Andre
In Unit 6, I learn about the past tense and its forms, usages, common mistakes or errors, and sample teaching ideas during activate class time...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Sao Bernardo Do Campo
Aptly designated as the first unit in this course (or any other TEFL/TESOL course for that matter) the ‘teachers and learners’ unit lays the groundwork for the commencement and maintenance of a prosperous learning environment, by prepping aspiring and experienced teachers alike on the first fundamentals of the reciprocal teaching-learning process...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Sao Jose Dos Pinhais
I learned about cultural issues that one needs to be aware of as ignorance may cause problems or offense and that it was important to research the country youwish to work in...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Sao Leopoldo
In this unit I learned about the relationship a teacher and a student should have, also we explore more in depth the perspective of the teacher and a student...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Sertaozinho
A very interesting view of some more complex grammar terms, Unit 18 takes a look at modal auxiliary verbs, passive and active voices, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Montes Claros
From the Teachers and Learners Unit I have learnt important information about how the teacher's characteristic should be and what makes a good teacher, the different roles of the teacher in the classroom in addition to how to manage the classroom according to each role, the characteristics of the learners and what makes a good learner, why the learners would be motivated to learn English as a foreign language, paying attention to the sensitivity of some topics related to the culture or similar topics, the different language levels of the learners and the Common European Framework six levels, in addition to some brief information about the behaviour problems in the learners that may be caused by their attention span and the nervousness that the learners could feel during studying a foreign language...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Paulista
I think that this unit definitely gave me an overview on how important it is to be an effective listeners not just as a student but as well as leader...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Pindamonhangaba
Managing a class is more complex than it seemed especially with non English speaking students however when it is done with confidence and knowledge it can run very smoothly...
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TESOL Certification Brazil Pinhais
I would prefer having students do the following: - very simple story writing for simple present tense and getting them to talk about their own habits - joyful charts or pictures to get them to tell what they see by using present continuous and with simple daily conversations I'd ask them to tell what others are doing - instant actions to demonsrate the usage of present perfect tense like losing a key, finding a belongin, etc and giving examples about what they have done which has results in speaking time - getting them to create small role-plays which will reflect the usage of present perfect continuous tense and for example very long actions that they have been doing with their families Combining miming and visual materials for teaching present tenses is a very practical way in language teaching...
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