TESOL Certification Russia Kaluga

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said:
wʌt ɪz ðɪs? ɪt tʊk mi fəˈrɛvər tu ˌʌndərˈstænd wʌt ðə ˈkwɛsʧənz mɛnt. ðoʊ aɪ doʊnt ˌʌndərˈstænd waɪ aɪm ˈlɜrnɪŋ ðɪs, aɪ bɪˈliv ɪt wʊd bi ˈjusfəl ˈsʌmˌdeɪ. ˈɔlsoʊ, ɪn ˈkwɛsʧən twɛlv, ðə fɜrst tu ˈænsərz du nɑt ʃoʊ ʌp kəˈrɛktli, æz ðeɪ ɑr dɪˈspleɪd ɪn ˈbɑksəz æz ʃoʊn hir: ‰ʃ Šθ. aɪ wʊd ˌrɛkəˈmɛnd ˈjuzɪŋ png ɔr ˈɪməʤ faɪlz tu ˌrɛprəˈzɛnt ðiz ˈsɪmbəlz ɪf ˈpɑsəbəl.This unit was an overview of what the teacher and learner will look (or should) look like in a classroom setting. This unit introduced me to what a \"good\" teacher and student look like, what types of teaching a teacher can use, the different levels used to describe students' language acquisition, and the different aspects that come into play when teaching students at all levels (pre-k thru adulthood). I think the biggest lesson from this unit is about focusing on the student. One of the very first topics was the role of the teacher and this topic said teaching should be student-centered. The unit goes on to describe how to teach this way and what to focus on with students to ensure the lesson are student-centered.