Teach English in Newfoundland and Labrador - TESOL Courses

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Marystown
This unit was essentially a lesson on fundamental English grammar.It took the reader through sentence structure, verbs, nouns, pronouns and other basic components of speech used in English. Also, it p
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Massey Drive
Unit 1 gave me more information about the difference in age categories. It was interesting to learn that adult students are more nervous, because I thought it was quite the opposite. Also I got more k
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McIvers
It was review of all the parts of speech. Learning to differentiate between, pronouns, nouns, verbs, adjectives, conjunctions, transitive and intransitive verbs, prepositions and other parts of speec
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Meadows
I feel that this unit in particular is extremely important to understand. This broke down all the technical rules that I may have forgotten as a native speaker. It is important to be able to explain W
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Middle Arm
Unit 1 gives me a clear idea of what is the qualities, roles and responsibilities for both teacher and learner to be able to form an effective classroom environment for the students to get maximum va
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Miles Cove
This unit covers the two essentials skills to speaking and writing.I've learn the difference between accuracy and fluency activities. The teacher will control the language with controlled activities s
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Millertown
The various stages of language learning and the different ages of students require different teaching methods. The teacher must assume many different roles in order to completely instruct her students
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Milltown Head of Bay dEspoir
Eye contact can be used to show students that they are all involved in the lesson and to hold the attention of students who are not being addressed. It should be avoided during an activity where the f
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Mings Bight
This unit was a fairly simple breakdown of the responsibilities of teachers and various styles of teaching, coupled with a brief description of the general learning styles and difficulties particular
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Morrisville
This lesson talked about the structure of lessons and different lesson types. I already kind of had an idea about how to structure a lesson because in my current job we're essentially thrown in the de
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Mount Carmel Mitchells Brook St Catherines
This unit really took back to my primary school days. It was good going back in time doing this unit. It sure was very informative as a unit because I forgot all these rules about my own language. Th
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Mount Moriah
I have learnt about the different approaches, methods, and techniques of teaching. Some of the methods I can recall are Classical (which is the grammar-translation), audio lingualism, The Slient Way,
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Mount Pearl
This unit covers an in-depth look at various tense systems that are used in everyday speech. In this unit, I learned bout present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect conti
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Musgrave Harbour
This unit covers the techniques of teaching pronunciation and phonology. These are one of the most important yet often overlooked aspects of the english language teaching. The unit looks at how the us
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Musgravetown
This unit was very long, especially compared to other units. The unit focused on teaching pronunciation and phonology and introduced the concept of intonation. The unit also went over phonetic symbols
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Nain
I had a chance to see a video from the real class, and I was amazed when to see that this simple games on topic of alphabet made a lot of fun among the students. I hope that the teacher Eric Haeg has
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New Perlican
in this unit the importance of phonology and pronunciation was taught. it looked at intonation and how intonation can help in teaching students meaning in a sentence. It looked at sounds and how we pr
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New Wes Valley
Covering intonation, phonetics, and stress on words are all important for a student learning english. Teachers should explain that intonation can change the meaning of a sentence, sometimes even if it
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Nippers Harbour
Having recently returned from Peace Corps service in Armenia, I got a close up experience of the challenges that come with pronouncing another language. I would pronounce the word according to the so
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Normans Cove Long Cove
This Unit was mostly about the relationship between a teacher & learner. What good qualities both teacher & learner must/ should consist off, to ensure good relationships, positive success rates & a
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Norris Arm
Individual sounds, sounds in connected speech, stress within words, and stress within whole utterances, are all difficult for students to perceive in isolation. The main reason for this is that the ma
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Norris Point
Helping students to improve their pronunciation is very important. There really is very little point in students learning a new word, learning what it means and how to use it in asentence, if no one u
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North River
I found this course very much in detailed,encompassing all important aspects of phonology-stress, intonation,and phonics.As teachers the guidelines for teaching are invaluable.The content provides a w
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North West River
This unit was about the importance of teaching students correct pronunciation. I was able to learn a lot about phonology. I learned about the three different patterns of intonation and about different
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Northern Arm
This unit related to phonemes and the break down of sound and stress. I have experience with the phonetic system through Cued american english. This is a visual system which shows the vowel and cons
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Old Perlican
This Gramma unit is very helpful to me to embed critically important rules of grammar that is the basic knowledge of grammar to someone who wants to learn English. This unit gave us about the leaner?
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Pacquet
This unit is very useful for pronunciation and spelling practice. In this unit, phonology is described in very easy way which makes me understand the whole experience very interesting. I have always n
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Paradise
This unit covered phonetics. It began by discussing intonation and who to teach natural intonation. It then covered stress. In this area it discussed which syllables are stressed as well as teachin
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Parkers Cove
This unit covered parts of speech. Grammar and parts of speech is, without a doubt, the area I feel most insecure about when it comes to my tefl certification. As someone who learned English as a se
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Parsons Pond
That unit was a big fun and i also liked both videos, both were equally perfect. In general, i enjoy video lessons of Eric Haeg. I liked the way how he explained grammar points in previous units. It w
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Pasadena
In this unit I have learned to properly Name various parts of speech, like a noun, its article, verb, adverb, adjective, pronoun, conjugation and preposition. Very useful when you need language to exp
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Peterview
This Unit is pretty straightforward. I like the way that the parts of speech are presented in the video more than the reading, because the verb list was a bit much. Other than that, this unit was pr
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Petty Harbour Maddox Cove
this unit explains how to optimize the class room environment in terms of desk layout, how to increase the involvement of the student, improve the teachers ability to manage a classroom effectively, h
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Pilleys Island
I'm already familiar with a great deal of the content in this particular unit. However, there were small details concerning certain parts of speech that I was not familiar with that I needed to grasp
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Pinware
Perhaps the most worrisome part of this unit is the idea of building rapport with students with limited shared language ability. I thought that the focus on gesture and space was helpful, and the mate
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Placentia
I felt this lesson was great at being able to read the different types of learners you will face as a teacher and how to alter your teaching methods for each student. Also, learning the different rol
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Point au Gaul
Even though many linguists believe there is only a past tense and present tense, English is typically divided into twelve tenses fir ease of teaching. This is many more than in most other languages
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Point Lance
This unit focused on the Types of words that make up the structure of a sentence. Each type has rules that were detailed within the chapter. The chapter wanted to make sure that we know that while the
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Point Leamington
This lesson helped me give thought to what qualities I bring to being a teacher, and especially what qualities I need to improve such as being more enthusiastic with students to encourage them. I also
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Point May
Unit five helped explain a lot of classroom set up and management that I was curious about. Room set up seems to be an aspect though that if the room is assigned, you wont be able to arrange it to you
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Point of Bay
This unit contained information of the different learning methodologies over the years and the ESA method which is now the preferred teaching method due to it having the ability relax students in prep
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Pools Cove
This unit put sentences and parts of speech fully into context for me. I was amazed at the richness of the English language, even at the individual sentence level. Every sentence contains a high degre
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Port Anson
Choosing coursebooks and lesson materials are crucial to the growth of the students in the classroom. Creating courses that adapt to their strengths and weaknesses is important as well. Unit 14 goes i
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Port au Choix
There are a variety of problems that can arise in ESL classrooms. They all can be dealt with in a variety of ways. One problem is first lessons. The class may or may not have already existed. Rapp
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Port au Port East
I wish to take the tefl course in order to obtain the tools needed to learn, practice and communicate, how to best to teach the various aspects of the English language to adults and young learners. I
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Port au Port West Aguathuna Felix Cove
In this unit I revisited the grammar lessons I have not studied since high school. This unit was a good refresher course in articles, verb tenses, the different types of adjectives and gerunds, which
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Port Blandford
Essentially, this unit provides a basic introduction to the dynamics of the classroom. We explored the relationship between teacher and student, as well as the qualities that are typically found among
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Port Hope Simpson
This Unit was really absorbing to me because I read much information that I have already known and also a great deal of information was new to me. I was interested in the fact that some approaches I u
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Port Kirwan
In unit2, I learnt lots of methodologies. Being different methodologies show that teachers devote and investigate students studying. Especially, I think communicative language teaching (CLT) is more i
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Port Rexton
This unit covered how to asses both teachers and students. It covered teachers' roles and what makes a good teacher. In the section about students, the unit contained information on the different leve
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