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Acton Vale
Briefly the history of techniques on how to teach the language was amusing and very important and it has positives that are essentials and negatives that should be neglected, also the ESA technique is
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Alma
This unit covered the four aspects of present tense rules and uses in English, based on my own struggles, I believe present tense will undoubtedly be very difficult to teach as a foreign language. Thr
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Amos
the test is okay and to know how to teach the beginner and how to to monitor the class and know how to start from the beginner of different cultures from the different countries This unit, unit one,
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Amqui
Anyway a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Theories, methods and techniques of teaching are important especially for new teachers,
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Asbestos
The unit goes over the relationship between learners and teachers. The importance of what makes a good teacher directly corresponds with what helps to create a good student. It also explains the vario
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Bécancour
As English has become an international language; I have learned more and more the importance of that. The importance of the words in the language not just the language itself and to be able to speak a
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Baie Comeau
This lesson was excellent and have seen the different methods used well and also very poorly. The need for tone and eye contact as a way of controlling a classroom. I look forward to implementing th
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Baie DUrfé
In this unit we went over the various aspects of managing a class. There is the use of voice and gestures which at time can be just as effective as talking. There is also the idea of using simple lang
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Baie Saint Paul
Getting more familiar with how to do ESA lesson structures (including boomerang and patchwork). When to do what at which stage in the lesson e.g. engage (showing pictures or asking questions), study
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Barkmere
this unit is concerned with various teaching methodologies that may be employed in the learning of a language. It describes several Methodologies objectively but further identifies the Engage, Study,
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Beaconsfield
This lesson was helpful insofar as it covered the basics of conditionals (only dipping slightly into the possibility of more diverse mixed conditionals) effectively. The component in Unit 16 on direct
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Beauceville
Course materials are usually a valuable asset for teachers and students. For teachers, course materials help the teacher create a lesson plan. For students, course materials may hold information tha
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Beauharnois
Unit 02 dealt with the components of a sentence and went into moderate detail about the subtypes of each sentence segment. (Such as discussing verbs, then also going into adverbs; or discussing nouns,
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Beaupré
In this unit we went over the difference between reported and direct speech. Direct speech is exactly what had been said, and reported speech is where someone says what had been said. We also looked a
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Bedford
I found it refreshing and descriptive on the varying aspects of sentence structure. Also ensuring that my own doubts forced me to review over and over certain aspects of sentence structure to ensure I
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Belleterre
I learned more about a teacher's responsibilities and roles in a class than I previously had known. I think you would normally not be aware of most of these as a student, it was good to learn about th
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Beloeil
English is a lot harder than I remember it to be haha. There are a lot of small rules that I never even realize existed. If you were to ask me to justify how I create sentences or to classify each wo
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Berthierville
This lesson was helpful because it provided some examples and ideas for planning a class. It discusses what structures may be helpful for conducting a class, but it also addresses the significance of
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Blainville
In my opinion, this unit is the most important so far. Pronunciation of the alphabet should be the first lesson in a course. asian cultures who use tones should have an easier time than others, but if
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Bois des Filion
This unit focused on parts of speech. As a native speaker of English, much of this is taken for granted. I know many of these rules and can quickly pick out correct and/or incorrect sentences. However
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Boisbriand
This unit ?Parts of Speech? has been quiet challenging and rewarding as this is the content of language that I honestly not paid attention to since I was a child. I have learnt to use most of this con
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Bonaventure
It was good to return to the basic structures that we have long been out of practice with in our everyday lives as adults in an English speaking society. I am now more aware of the building blocks and
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Boucherville
The chapter gave a brief overview of the parts of speech, with examples and explanations of each. It was a helpful review. I noticed that some items, such as countable and uncountable nouns, were co
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Brome Lake
Students must be able to do four things in order to learn a new language: be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it's constructed, and be able to practice and produce it. And to do t
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Bromont
Every word is, by definition, a part of speech. As students increase their proficiency and learn the principles behind sentence construction, teachers must be able to explain the differences between t
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Brossard
The unit began with a summary of various parts of speech. New to me was the distinction between countable and uncountable nouns. The rest of the unit expanded on the initial summary. I thought it was
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Brownsburg Chatham
Unit 2 provided a general overview of the main parts of speech such as nouns, adjectives, articles, verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns, and conjunctions. The unit went into brief details about each of
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Côte Saint Luc
I think its very important for the students to be actively using their new language amongst themselves. The english practise games and activities you have advised to do are very good. Involving the
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Candiac
There are several theories related to methodologies in order to maximize learning a second language. As long as students are given the opportunity to experience the language as much as possible whilst
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Cap Chat
This lesson is an overview of the present tense in the English language. Present tense has four different forms: simple present for ritual and habit actions; present continuous for actions that Haven'
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Cap Santé
This unit covers Teaching special groups. There are basically five categories of special groups which have been addressed in this unit. I have learnt that there are pros and cons regarding teaching
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Carignan
The two videos show the same classroom, same students, and the same lesson carried out by the same teacher acting two different personalities. 1rst personality, where we see a grumpy, unfriendly teach
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Carleton sur Mer
This unit discussed the five different future tenses, as well as the two present tenses that address the future. Like the units on present tense and past tense, this unit was a good refresher for me o
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Causapscal
Mistakes and errors are for sure not the same thing, and I'm glad that this unit addresses that. This applies not just to speaking the English language, but to every aspect of life. It's great that I
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Château Richer
Unit 5 probably had the least amount of examples and clarification. It was very hard to understand. It mainly concerned with classroom management. The Unit discussed teacher talking time, student talk
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Châteauguay
The content of this unit included the attributes of a good teacher, a good learner and the differences between adult learners and children. The unit also included the different roles a teacher must
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Chambly
This unit describes the two ESA video lessons. The two video lessons explain how the good lesson is different from bad lesson. In the first video, the teacher is very lazy and lethargic. He doesn't sh
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Chandler
This unit covered lesson materials. There are two main types of lesson materials: authentic materials and created materials. Authentic materials come from the real world, i.e. they are newspaper artic
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Chapais
I have learned a lot about the different Types of theories, methods, and techniques when it comes to teaching English as a second language. I have learned that there are many pros and cons to each met
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Charlemagne
In this unit, I learned some basic English grammar about sentence structures. A typical English sentence can be divided into different parts called part of speech. Each word in a sentence has its rol
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Chibougamau
This unit, which focused on teaching receptive skills, talked in depth about the processes of reading and listening comprehension. It offered important information about selecting topics, texts, and a
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Clermont
This unit covered the present tense, and the different forms of present tense such as present simple, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. It also discussed the sentenc
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Coaticook
Unit 16 discussed conditionals and reported speech. This was based on grammar and how to form sentences using different forms. There were five main conditions used to identify when to change or word a
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Contrecoeur
Unit 7 taught about how to teach new language to students. Three main concepts were introduced: teaching vocabulary, teaching grammatical structures, and teaching language functions. I found the layou
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Cookshire Eaton
This grammar unit was kind of complicated because I never studied phrasal verbs Before and I found them quite difficult to grasp even as a native speaker. The grammar rules are hard to explain and und
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Coteau du Lac
This Unit 18 is all about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I've never been fond of the passive voice, I prefer the active voice, so it was interesting learning new techniques as to how to iden
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Cowansville
It is more confusing than the previous tenses i have learned. Unlike the other tenses present and past, future tense has seven forms which includes present simple and present continues.Each forms has
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Dégelis
Lesson planning - This unit shows how important it is to have a structured, organized lesson plan. Indeed, the lesson plan is not only an aid to logically thinking through the class presentation, but
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Danville
I'm agreed that the pronunciation is one of the most difficult areas for learners, as well as for teachers. This unit gave me great sense of understanding the phonology. I even learnt a little bit of
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Daveluyville
This unit deals with the equipment and teaching aids which help the teacher in her lesson and help students to learn. There are so many online resources to choose from, so much authentic material th
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