Teach English in British Columbia - TESOL Courses

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Abbotsford
Unit covers the topic of potential classroom problems and ways we can prevent them. Again there is emphasis on what level the learners are. Each student learns at a different pace and unit mentions me
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Armstrong
In this unit, I learned about the different ways of evaluating and testing a students' levels and progress. I also learned about the common external exams that students need to be prepared for Before
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Burnaby
This unit has been about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I feel I have some difficulties with the phrasal verbs. I noticed in the test that I am unsure about the Three types of phrasal verbs;
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Campbell River
Perhaps the most confusing part of tenses in the English language is that the future tenses can include a couple of present tenses. Specifically, the Present Simple and Present Continuous tenses can b
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Castlegar
This unit focused on the equipment and aids for teaching English effectively. Aids can help make lessons more interesting and engage/motivate learners so learning a new language can be fun and very sa
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Chilliwack
This unit describes how to construct a BE course. it covers pre-course assessment and placement of students; needs analysis; syllabus creation; testing and course evaluation. Samples of parts of di
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Colwood
The unit was densely packed with information, and is central for language learning. Various methods were presented at the beginning, but I missed any mention of the Natural Approach method, as pionee
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Coquitlam
In this unit I have learned that on the first lesson, a teacher must establish rapport, find out information from students, their plans, needs and expectation as well as their individual level as thes
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Courtenay
This unit provided me with a good background on the history of Theories and Techniques that I was unfamiliar with. I gained a greater appreciation for Jeremy Harmer's ESA method and insights on how t
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Cranbrook
In this unit we learn what to do and not to do during our first lesson. We should avoid using the course back and get to know the group. We try to get to know the level of the students and their inter
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Dawson Creek
This unit made a clear points about what qualities a good teacher should have. In addition, the unit also pointed out what a teacher should not do if his goal was to motivate and learn the students. B
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Duncan
Write a brief overview of the content of this unit and what you feel that you have learnt from it. If stating an opinion you will need to give reasons. This section is not graded but may be part of a
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Enderby
This unit is about phonology and how to teach pronunciation to students. It covers intonation, stress, and the phonetic key. It also includes suggestions on how to teach pronunciation. Wow! There is s
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Fernie
This unit covered methods of teaching new vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. It covered various ways each one could be taught in the ESA format. It also covered what a student
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Fort St John
Unit Two covered the basic structure of English grammar. Each word is categorized into either an Adverb, Verb Noun, Plural, Adjective, Conjunction, Preposition, Gerund, Pronoun and Article. With then
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Grand Forks
This unit gives students of tefl a general overview of our English grammar, carefully outlining and identifying the various parts of speech used and often taken for granted by native speakers. The un
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Greenwood
Although the material covered in the unit was helpful, I believe having short samples of the different kinds of tests would have been helpful as well. The sample placement test wasn't as helpful for m
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Kamloops
To understand that teaching language does not only have to do with the rules of the language, but also the ways in which the language can be used. Speaking and writing are different from each other a
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Kelowna
I?ll make more effort I have found this unit very interesting and I have learned a variety of new things I have never really thought about Before. I am looking forward to the next unit and I hope tha
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Kimberley
In this unit I learnt all the different roles that a teacher can play considering all the various aspect and needs of his students as group or individual. Advantages and disadvantages that teachers me
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Langford
This unit covered testing and syllabus design. the different types of tests and purposes of each are discussed to understand when and why to use each one. developing a syllabus based on the needs of t
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Langley
Unit 3 deals with the first meetings and interactions between the teacher and the business english students. How to engage them and the corresponding tests which should be applied are discussed. Af
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Maple Ridge
I learned about different sentence structures pronouns and adjectives. I learned how to form sentences and what to use in place of present articles and such. I learned about adverbs, intransitive ver
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Merritt
In this unit, I felt it was useful to review grammar due to the fact I am a spanish student and find it confusing when my teacher is talking about the parts of speech. After reading through this unit,
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Nanaimo
This section was very informative, the information was good easy to work through. I personal think smaller exercises should be included immediately after each section, instead of the end of the entire
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Nelson
This unit has enabled me to develop more of an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of using authentic materials, such as newspapers, magazines and course books, and created materials, su
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New Westminster
In the classroom, it is the teachers responsibility to organize the way lessons are carried out. It is very important not to always dominate a class with talking and instruction because students must
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North Vancouver
The past tenses - Past simple (V-ed or irregular) past action (time given or asked about -> when...?), definite (not mentioned) time in the past - Past continuous (be : past simple + V-ing) Interrupte
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Parksville
Helpful structured format of how to engage beginners and learned. Especially the business language students was great topic as I've been in business Before and was a business manager and a private ban
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Penticton
I am pretty familiar with the grammar you exhibited here, however, it was useful for me to take notes and use some of the explanations in my classes to make it easier for my students to understand. I
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Pitt Meadows
This unit covers some of the more practical aspects of a career in teaching ESL - where, who, why, and what various groups of students might need or want. Many teachers might approach ESL teaching as
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Port Alberni
This was a very useful unit that will be referred to often. I will print the pronunciation sections and start paying closer attention to stress, intonation, and articulation. Most of this is just take
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Port Coquitlam
This unit did an excellent job of conveying a practiced teacher combining the principles discussed in the course up to this point and creating an enjoyable learning environment. I think the teacher di
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Port Moody
This module provided an understanding of the approach, methodology and techniques that have evolved over the years with regard to language learning. It explained how to apply the Engage, Study, Activ
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Powell River
I learned from this unit that teacher must be able to play differnt roles during the lesson according to the age and level of learners. There are 6 levels of english knowledge. The good techer mostly
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Prince George
This unit provides me important points of being a good teachers and a good learners.Moreover,I understand the roles of a teacher in a class.In addition,levels of students are important to me.Before I
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Prince Rupert
I have learned qualities of a good teacher, different roles of a teacher in a classroom, and that the roles need to be used depending on the Type of activity in the class. Unit explains qualities a go
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Quesnel
Unit 8 covers the seven future tenses: the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, going to future, the present simple and the present continuous. It e
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Revelstoke
Unit 5 introduced me to the classroom management. As an instructor it is important to be aware of how much eye contact you are making, how you utilize gestures, and varying the tone of voice that you
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Richmond
Teaching ESL students grammar and the basic parts of speech is difficult for a native English speaker because there are so many rules. The parts of speech and grammar are fundamental concepts that nee
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Rossland
This unit provided an overview of sentence structure and components as well as the many rules, irregularities, and inconsistencies in English. To me this lesson provided a succinct reminder of everyth
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Salmon Arm
I liked this chapter very much and continue to learn new ideas for teaching activities and I have found the videos to be very helpful in this area as well. I have noted that I need to pay special att
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Surrey
In this unit I learned how to become a better teacher by listening, learning and responding to the students needs. I learned how to better run my classroom as a teacher. I learned how to become a bet
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Terrace
Unit 1 discussed the qualities that a good teacher and a good learner should have. For a teacher it is very important to be enthusiastic about your lessons because if a teacher is bored with the teach
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Trail
Interesting stuff. It seems the ability to stay positive, consistent, and be able to improvise and adapt to the tone of the room are very important. I have never managed a classroom or a group of stud
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Vancouver
As a prospective English Teacher, reading over the first unit within this curriculum, has given me quite an encouragement in moving forward. This is due to the fairly basic yet cumulative reads provid
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Vernon
It is very easy to forget the many nuances of the English language. The amount of tense forms involved is mind boggling at times and can be easy to forget. This is something that I will have to rev
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Victoria
Parts of speech have discouraged many native English speakers as well as ESL students. Nevertheless, it is an element of study that will serve well into the future. This unit rekindled memories from c
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West Kelowna
This unit helps me a lot in improving grammar. As an educator after read though this lesson i reviewed my knowledge of English grammar. it is not hard for me to remember but it will be hard to approa
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White Rock
I was expecting the test to be more difficult and spent a lot of time going through the material for Unit 2. It is true that speaking comes naturally and as I'm not a native speaker still quite correc
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