Teach English in Ontario - TESOL Courses

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Barrie
A good teacher needs to view the needs of the students. They should not be in it for personal accolades as it is about helping students learn the language. Teachers need to be flexible and fill many r
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Belleville
The content found in Grammar parts of speech: Nouns. Adjectives. Articles. Verbs. Adverbs. Gerunds. Pronouns. Prepositions/conjunctions. Tasks. Each of this content has a basic principles and roles.
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Brampton
I learned from this unit the exact abbreviations of different business and non business courses. It broadened my visions towards new things like I did not know Before that if I am going to teach doct
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Brant
A good teacher should love his/her job, should be kind and patient, otherwise it'll be difficult to explain one and the same material over and over again. A good teacher should be able to motivate his
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Brantford
This unit encompassed the methodology and theories of teaching. It discussed how these may ideally help a student to learn English as naturally as possible. It is easy to see that the tefl program use
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Brockville
In my previous experience as an English Teaching Assistant (tefl) teacher in spain, the emphasis was on writing. Students were least confident about speaking. It was a challenge for me to get students
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Burlington
English teachers should expect to encounter challenges over the course of the class, but none of these challenges cannot be overcome. If a class is large, teachers can rely on group work, pair work,
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Cambridge
I learnt so much, I took my time and read and reread a lot of the work. I can see why it would be so tricky to try explain these aspects to the students without loosing them. I must remember to not "d
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Clarence Rockland
Within this lesson I have learned what makes a good teacher, and a good learner. Not only that, but how the two interact to create a better learning environment for everyone. A teacher must assume m
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Cornwall
This unit covered the different Present Tenses: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, and Present Perfect Continuous. The course reviewed the make up of these formed by the affirmativ
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Dryden
In this lesson I have learned about the most common methods and techniques, for example grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, presentation practice and production, the silent way, the Lexical approac
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Elliot Lake
Even though this unit covers only the present tense, it is an excellent reminder that the English language is complicated. There are many more sentence forms than what I recall from school. I really a
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Greater Sudbury
I am currently an Assistant Language Teacher in japan constantly looking for ways to improve my skills. I want to apply for a tefl course because it will not only improve my skills as a foreign langua
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Guelph
This unit was quite straight-forward and addressed the matter of testing and examination - both internal and external. It highlighted the reasons different sorts of tests are administered, the element
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Haldimand County
This unit has reminded me of the intricacies that the English language has. Today I learned about the four different types of present tense sentences and also that there are many irregular words that
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Hamilton
What I have learned from this course is very important. One thing in particular is that of not yelling at students if their behavior is unruly. As a teacher, I have it a rule as to never yell in class
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Kawartha Lakes
This unit gave an insight into parts of speech. It also refreshed my memory on the technical terms on parts of speech. It is a very well structured unit. And although I have finished the unit, I will
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Kenora
This unit was definitely a great refresher! I remembered learning these things all throughout elementary and middle school, but once you are in high school and college going over nouns, verbs, adverbs
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Kingston
Unit 4 introduced the subject of English tenses. The unit covered each structure system and its different uses. In the unit i was able to explore the present tenses along with helpful activity ideas
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Kitchener
This unit has helped me refresh my grammar skills. It was logically structured as it guided me through varying levels of understanding this part of grammar, syntax and usage. It is very good to get y
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London
As an introduction to grammar, this unit covered parts of speech. Nouns were identified as countable and uncountable nouns and how this effect other parts of the sentence. In using adjectives, the un
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Markham
Unit 14 offers ideas and information about the use of coursebooks and lesson materials. There are several useful tools included in this lesson as well as ideas on how to create your own materials. T
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Mississauga
I am a current member of the JET Program, working in a japanese high school as an English ALT. I wish to take a tefl course to improve my teaching abilities. In particular, I wish to further study Eng
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Niagara Falls
Learning the Engage, Study, Activate method of teaching English along with examples of activities that should be enacted in each phase has helped me immeasurably. Knowing how to plan lessons and keep
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Norfolk County
This unit is talks about the differences of the teacher and the learner and the qualities that they possess. It also covers the differences between younger learners and adults and the different levels
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North Bay
This unit covered the characteristics of a good teacher and learner, differences between the adult student and young learner, an overview of English language learning levels and general expectations f
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Orillia
Unit 9 discusses the use of course books and lesson materials. The material is divided into two groups: authentic and created materials. The unit describes how authentic material is something that a n
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Oshawa
This unit is about the introduction to the specifics of the different parts and roles of a sentence, including nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and pronouns. (I think tha
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Ottawa
This unit is about theories, methods and techniques. After a brief introduction to different teaching methodologies, it focuses on the "ESA"" method and the different orders it can be applied in. The
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Owen Sound
When studying language it is but essential to know the different parts of speech. They are the main core of English language that sets the tone and harmony of putting words together that is understood
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Pembroke
I have learned that a simple sentence hardly ever exists. The labeling of every word in a sentence makes perfect sense after viewing the video, and reading the unit 2 sections of the parts of speech.
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Peterborough
Managing the classroom is an aspect of teaching that I was especially looking forward to learning more about. Never having taught to a full classroom Before, the thought of it causes a slight bit of a
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Pickering
From this unit I learned what is a noun, adjective, verb, preposition, articles, and pronouns etc. That how there used in a sentence and to use them correctly. Also there various sub groups and types
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Port Colborne
Unit four examines the present tense, and subdivides it into the following categories: present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Examples of each of these f
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Prince Edward County
In this lesson, I have learned that students have a variety of learning styles, and that age can be a deciding factor in the best approach for a teacher to take. Younger learners will do better with
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Quinte West
I have learnt from this unit the importance of being a good teacher which includes motivating the students in a interesting way in the classroom . The teacher should always takes care of their stud
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Sarnia
This unit broke describe the parts of speech that exist in the English language. As a native English speaker we rarely look critically at our own language. For that reason, it is hard to explain a ru
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Sault Ste Marie
In this unit I broke apart sentences and categorized the words that comprised them. I learned about nouns, verbs, pronouns, conjunctions and how they all make up the parts of a sentence. I learned ho
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St Catharines
This unit taught me more about present tenses. In this unit, I learned about the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous forms. I found the review of the pr
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St Thomas
As the final unit of this course, the lesson covered methods in troubleshooting common problems that occur when dealing certain groups of students, or just within the classroom in general. The lesson
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Stratford
Unit 18 discusses modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I learned what modals are, as well as how they add emphasis to the meaning of a verb. It can be used as a possibility, permission, ability or
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Temiskaming Shores
This unit named and discussed common pieces of equipment found in a classroom and frequently-used teaching aids. The uses, benefits and shortcomings of each item were discussed. Having an education ba
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Thorold
I'd like to have the opportunity to teach english as a foreign language abroad in Austria. I intend to remain in Europe to work full-time and would ideally like to become proficient in german so that
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Thunder Bay
In Unit 2, we were introduced (or, re-introduced as I'm sure I learned some of this in 3rd grade) to Parts of Speech. While I'm fairly confident in my ability to speak English and do it well, having e
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Timmins
It's essential information for all the teachers, especially of you teach adults and young learners over 14. They need to undestand the pasrts of a sentence. And I find it very useful and helpful when
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Toronto
In Unit 1, I've learned about teachers and learners. I fully understand how to be a good teacher. I've always concerned about teacher?s attitude. But I've got to think about the learner from now on. I
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Vaughan
This unit was very instructive. Some of the things the teacher does in the first lesson are so obviously wrong, it seems silly, but I have actually had teachers who have behaved in each of these ways
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Waterloo
The reasons and motives for reading and listening can be placed into two broad categories: for a purpose or for entertainment. This unit described the different specialist skills needed for reading a
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Welland
Unit 13 explains phonology and pronunciation and the difficulties english teachers have incorporating it into lesson plans. I learned how intonation and stress are vital parts in proper pronunciation
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Windsor
In the first unit, I have learned more about what constitutes an effective teacher and what constitutes a successful learner. A good teacher has many different characteristics including, but not lim
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