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Port Saunders
I had never heard of the ESA method, but I think it?s fantastic. As a creative individual, I see this as a method not only allowing creativity for the teacher, but also for the students. I see creativ
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Portugal Cove South
This unit helped me to understand how it's better to explain English grammar to students by using easy words.There were also some usefull examples of games that could help kids to learn English gramm
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Portugal Cove St Philips
This unit was great for review in general and much needed." I am amazed at the richness of the English language, even at the individual sentence level. Every sentence contains a high degree of struct
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Postville
This unit was very helpful for me to teach and control all of lesson. The most helpful parts for me are methodologies. I was so surprised by the silent way because I think this way is only for kids bu
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Pouch Cove
This unit has given a concise overview of what makes a good teacher. It is followed up by the roles a teacher can take. It considers the types of learners you may encounter and what you can do in orde
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Raleigh
In this Unit I learned about the Correcting Writing table, which I liked and probably will use later on in my career. In addition, I loved learning about all the many ways you can learn a language and
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Ramea
This unit gives an overview of the different parts of speech Nouns: Words that are used to denote people, places, animals, state, things etc. There are mainly five types of nouns proper, common, compo
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Red Bay
This lesson reviewed basic teacher methodology in the the classroom. First, it discussed various methods that have been used and could still be being used today. Then, it discussed the Engage Study Ac
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Red Harbour
In this lesson I learned the first four forms of tenses in the English language. I was surprised to learn that there are actually twelve! I had always thought of there only being three; past, present,
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Reidville
I am currently and English teacher living in japan. Though I am a native English speaker, I wish to expand my knowledge on teaching English to improve my performance at work. I intend to continue my p
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Rencontre East
This unit described the qualities of a good teacher and a good student. It went on to explaining some of the differences between adult students and young learners, their strengths and weaknesses and h
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Renews Cappahayden
Grammar unit was a great review and a important reminder to go over with. Learning grammar is almost the same process of building a foundation for a house. In order to teach how to speak and communica
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Rigolet
Countable noun- pen, cat, box, plate, suitcase Uncountable noun- music, love, luggage, water, power Adjective- delicious, sweet, funny, mean, big Adverb- gently, carefully, truthfully, naturally, co
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River of Ponds
The unit was about the parts of speech. It focused on the basics of the grammar principles that any teacher will teach at some point in his/career career. What I liked the most about the unit is the
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Riverhead
As I have read through the unit thoroughly, I have found this unit to be about the parts of speech. Like how and when to use these separate parts of speech patterns in a sentence. As I have read on
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Roberts Arm
It is important to be able to disect a sentence and identify all parts of speech within it to properly teach the foundations of the English language. This spans in difficulty from the basic subject-ob
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Rocky Harbour
Lesson One challenged and clarified a lot of information I knew, or thought I knew, about teachers, students, and teacher-student interactions. The unit really broke down the teacher-student divide an
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Roddickton Bide Arm
Unit 2 is certainly more time consuming and in-depth. It was quite the refresher for the language forms I use everyday when speaking and writing- often without remembering exactly which rule was appli
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Rose Blanche Harbour le Cou
i have learnt a lot about on how to identify past tenses in regarding to there time and usage.how they can appear in diffrent ways. i have learnt a lot about on how to identify past tenses in regardin
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Rushoon
Unit2 gave me an opportunity to enhance my understanding in English grammar and learnt a clear way to explain the usage of different parts of speech to students. Also, it was great to learn therules
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Sallys Cove
In order for optimal learning to occur, both the teacher and the learners have certain responsibilities. The teacher has multiple roles to play depending on the activity and objectives in a lesson.
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Salmon Cove
-Grammar is an area where students are afraid of, also the teachers are afraid not to explain it right to the students. -The parts of speech : nouns,verbs, adjectives, adverbs, articles, gerunds. Pro
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Salvage
This section goes over the theories, methods, and techniques that are necessary when teaching a second language to a student. It goes over the various lesson plans that help to enable greater learnin
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Sandringham
Unit one was very informative, especially for a novice teacher. I liked that we went over the different rolls of the teacher and what should be emphasized. The description for all of the rolls ( manag
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Savage Cove Sandy Cove
The content of this unit was a good reminder of the different parts of sentences. Nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, prepositions, and conjunctions. Although I use all o
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Seal Cove (Fortune Bay)
Unit 1 was about what qualities it takes to be a good teacher, as well as those of a good learner. It also broke down learners into different age groups and what qualities and experiences to expect fr
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Seal Cove (White Bay)
I am currently teaching English through Catholic Charities of Dallas to a class of about 26 native spanish speakers and finishing my Masters in Linguistics at the University of North Texas. I have bee
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Seldom Little Seldom
Being a native English speaker I use most if not all of the different forms explained in the lesson in my everyday speech. However, I do not think about it because I have learned and applied it my who
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Small Point Adams Cove Blackhead Broad Cove
This unit gives an introduction to English grammar, its parts of speech, and their functions. A sentence spoken or written in English will usually consist of the subject-verb-object pattern and other
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South Brook
This unit has presented a basic foundation of the various parts of speech. While it did not cover the whole grammatical system, it provided a good overview of the basics starting from structuring a b
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South River
This unit has made us understand that time can be divided into 3 different zone ? past, present and future. It also states that each time zone can be put into 4 categories of simple, continuous, perf
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Southern Harbour
In this unit, we learned the different methods and techniques to teach english. The most common method is the EAS method which requires 3 stages. The 3 stages are engage, activate and study. Engaging
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Spaniards Bay
Parts of speech are important building blocks to understanding how to speak, write and read English. Although this will take time for a non-native speaker, the basic structures of a sentence can be t
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Springdale
During this Unit, Unit Two, I learned of the different parts of speech. To be more specific, I learned and reviewed nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, auxiliary verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, and
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St Albans
This unit gave me a good overview of how to conduct a class. There are many methods to teaching, but as a former student, I would choose the methods that engage students with a wide variety of activit
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St Anthony
It is important that teachers who will teach English know and understand the basic grammar rules of English. Teaching English to non-native speakers can be difficult if you do not understand the basic
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St Bernards Jacques Fontaine
This unit provided many useful tools to aid in managing a classroom. This section showed how varied classroom management can be and the importance of recognizing the ways that many different factors w
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St Brendans
This unit outlined a basic understanding of what constitutes good teachers and good learners. Good teachers are those who are passionate about teaching and seeing student success, while maintaining an
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St Brides
I teach children most of the time. This lesson has helped me to reflect on the things that I have done in my classrooms to maintain good behavior amongst my students. Eye contact is a very useful th
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St Georges
Unit 2 contains a description of the parts of speech, such as noun, verb, adjective, adverb, conjunction, and preposition. This unit explains the meaning of the parts of speech and their usage. I coul
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St Jacques Coombs Cove
Parts of speech in the English language unfortunately contain many irregularities and therefore require a great deal of memorization. A basic sentence need only contain a subject and verb. Nouns, one
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St Johns
Unit 11 explain, teach and demonstrate first 2 subcategories of Receptive Skills. Reading and Listening. Usually receptive skills have 2 reasons : 1)for a purpose 2)for entertainment. When reading
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St Josephs
This unit outlines the individuals in the classroom and the roles they play. This is a very simplified look at what to expect out of teachers, learners, and levels of education. I found this lesson to
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St Lawrence
The lesson was on the parts of speech. I learned all the different parts of the sentence. all from nouns,verbs, articles, adjectives, adverbs, pro nouns, and prepositions. This helped me go back and r
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St Lewis
The second unit was an introduction into the main categories of parts of speech. All of them from nouns up to prepositions were outlined and examples of their usage given. What I found very refreshing
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St Lunaire Griquet
In this unit I have mostly learnt what makes a good teacher, and what makes a good learner. This unit has helped me identify the basic makings of good teachers and good students and how they interact
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St Marys
I learned the various parts of speech in the English Language. Also I learned how and when to use them. This lesson introduced me to various grammar rules. In addition, it also explored the many exce
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St Pauls
I learned that even the little things in a classroom like seating arrangements, voice, gestures and whether or not the teacher is standing can make a big difference. Teachers must pay attention to how
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St Shotts
The first unit on teachers and learners provides a clear description of the roles for all participants in the classroom. I now have a more precise concept of not only the different roles I need while
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St Vincents St Stephens Peters River
This unit primarily covered the basic aspects of English grammar that are essential to a foreign English speaker. As a native speaker who learned English as a child, these rules were never explicit, a
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