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Aklavik
I have learned that grammer is the foundation of any laungage. There are some Guide lines to go by when it comes to constructing a sentence describing it in order of size, age, colour, material. I h
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Behchoko
This unit focuses on the 4 different present tenses. After going through this unit, I feel more confident identifying the different tenses. This unit focuses on the 4 different present tenses - prese
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Colville Lake
This part of lesson I took a long time to complete, because there is a lot of information to absorb. Grammar is a weakness of Mine that I am trying to improve in. I believe after this lesson I have a
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Deline
This unit covers eight of the nine basic parts of speech. (Nouns, verbs, articles, prepositions, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions and gerunds. Interjections were not mentioned). Each of the parts of
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Dettah
Heavy stuff here, but it all makes sense. Read about the pros and cons of several teaching methods and having made a copy if this unit, i can always look things up. The names of the methods are wisel
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Enterprise
I learned I should have paid better attention in grade school! I'm sure I learned about conjunctions,auxiliary verbs, gerunds and prepositions Before, but this was fun to learn it all again and put
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Fort Good Hope
There is a dubious similarity between some English speaking people and some of their french counterparts. That is, the intolerance toward language mistakes by foreigners. The examples of mistakes in t
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Fort Liard
I learned the good qualities of teacher and students alike as well as level of learners. A caring teacher will be more successful teaching group of students than an uncaring teacher. Students motivat
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Fort McPherson
Briefly, I have learned lots of useful concepts and also some terminologies based on the topic of Teachers and Learners from the unit 1 online class. The main knowledge that I have learned involves ho
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Fort Providence
?n this unit i have learned about the four of present tense and the uses, which is present simple, present continuous (sometimes called the present progresive) present perfect continous. ?'ve learn to
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Fort Resolution
Having learned a couple other foreign languages I have to say that I really took for granted how difficult tenses were in the English language. japanese only has 4 tenses and they still 2 of them sti
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Fort Simpson
This unit discussed different teaching methodologies/theories as well as possible structures for lessons and example activities for class. One of the lessons that I took away from this unit was that t
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Fort Smith
This unit has encouraged me to reflect on my (future) role as an instructor and on the students I will be teaching. I have always known that a teacher has to juggle a myriad of responsibilities; I no
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Gamèti
Unit Two focuses on EFL methodology and giving feedback.It gives an overview of the many styles of methodology, which can be used at different times, but really focuses on ESA (Engage Study Activate),
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Hay River
This unit focuses on the importance of the present tense in the English language. There are four present tenses: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect. The prese
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Hay River Reserve
Each word in a sentence can be classified, according to its purpose and the meaning it adds. This is what we refer to as parts of speech. Countable nouns are people, creature and things that can be
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Inuvik
It's interesting to dissect your native language and learn the grammatical rules. Some of the rules makes perfect sense, whereas others, after seeing example sentences help to better understand the ru
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Jean Marie River
I found this unit very interesting especially the different teaching techniques and the various language games. I have learned that it is important to be creative in your teaching approach in order to
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Kakisa
Being able to manage a classroom and maintain discipline is of the utmost importance. It is not only trying to control unruly students from disrupting a class, but the greater effect is on those who a
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Lutselke
As an introductory unit, this lesson was very beneficial in teaching the main roles of the teacher and the students in the classroom and how they interact. It's easy to see how the teacher must wear
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Nahanni Butte
Through this unit, I've learned the different parts of speech. I always knew that the English language was so complex and that I have mastered the basics. But with lack of practice, I seemed to have f
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Norman Wells
In this lesson I was reminded of the complexity of the English language. I reviewed the various parts of speech and the appropriate time to use each component. There are many exceptions to the rule
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Paulatuk
Writing and speaking are the two productive skills. They are both used to communicate. Accuracy and fluency are of equal importance. With regards to speaking controlled and guided activities focus on
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Sachs Harbour
This unit was very useful, as it showed me the difference between the most controversial present tenses. This unit showed me the exact usage of each tense , when to use it and how. The very important
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Trout Lake
In this unit we covered basic sentence structure and the various parts of speech. As a native English speaker I of course use these parts of speech everyday but am more often then not completely unawa
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Tsiigehtchic
I learned that in the English language, the present tense is divided in 4 types of present tense, Present Simple, Present, Present Continuous or progressive, Present Perfect, and Present Perfect Conti
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Tuktoyaktuk
Starting this journey I feel this is a great unit to start off with. It clarifies the roles of teachers and students and also bring awareness to differences among peers that need to be taken into con
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Tulita
This unit is extremely important due to the fact that it shows a great variety of teaching technics and methodology to engage approach the students in each class. It will depend on what Type of class
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Ulukhaktok
This unit has been the most challenging so far. It has been interesting to note that for each of the three times past/present/future) there are four aspects. The thing I have found most challenging, i
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Wekweeti
I never knew that there was an unofficial order when you write adjectives. I like using a lot of descriptive words when I write and now it will be clearer and easier to understand if anybody reads it.
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Whatì
As I am a native English speaker, I know the different words and how to use them in a sentence, it comes naturally, but this unit has helped me understand the fundamental grammar rules that govern the
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Wrigley
This was a nice recap of my high school knowledge of the English grammar. I used to get confused between Gerund and Present Participle. Now I do know how to detect and describe them. I'm planning to
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Yellowknife
This unit focused on the basic types of words and how they form a sentence. I have found this unit not only useful but interesting also. I am re-learning things from my early-childhood days of writing
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