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Rosemère
Teaching pronunciation is often neglected by language teachers but it should not be since it is an important part of any language. The two most important aspects of pronunciation are intonation and ph
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Rouyn Noranda
I felt the excitement and growth as I gain knowledge, as I focus and persistent studying from unit 1 to unit 20. I like tefl Teaching Methodology. It keeps me warm and diligent to study more and I wan
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Saguenay
i was able to understand the meaning and techniques in teaching new language,i was able to learn so many errors by student and how to Guide them, i was able to know the techniques of teaching differen
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Saint Augustin de Desmaures
Overall the videos were helpful to watch. I reviewed them several times. It is the questions on this test that I find to be a bit tricky. Question 20, I feel could have more than one answer. I wen
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Saint Basile
The content of this unit was coursebooks and lesson materials. It described the difference between authentic materials and those that are prepared specifically for English language learners. It assess
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Saint Basile le Grand
This unit is about pronunciation and phonology and the best ways to teach it. The chapter includes information on the stress, rhythm and intonation of a word and how to help students understand it. I
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Saint Bruno de Montarville
The first unit gives the very starting point for a teacher to recognize what should be expected from a good teacher and good learner. Depending on the class activities, the teacher should know their r
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Saint Césaire
For me, it is very important to be prepared for a lesson. When teaching non-native speakers about a different language than their own, it is easy to lose track of what we want them to learn by the end
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Saint Colomban
This unit talks about modals and phrasal verbs and passive voice, this is really important because it helps the teacher to identify the differences between each modal and the way of usage, because som
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Saint Constant
This lesson was teaching special groups from business english to young students and individual students. I found the outlooks on how to teach in each situation to be the most beneficial. The informati
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Saint Eustache
As with the previous unit on textbooks, I found this book to be a bit of a letdown, as I was hoping for more detailed information on how to design tests or at least how to evaluate predesigned tests f
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Saint Félicien
Common problems in teaching English start with the first lesson where the teacher must establish rapport between students and and students and the teacher. He/she must find out about their needs and t
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Saint Gabriel
This unit was quick and simple relating to the use of course materials and course books. Materials can either be authentic or created, both have their advantages and disadvantages. Created materials c
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Saint Georges
This unit covers troubleshooting and briefly discusses the types of difficulties that teachers commonly encounter while teaching English abroad. These include juggling different levels in the same cla
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Saint Hyacinthe
This unit had introduced with different teaching aids that can make lessons more interesting and effective. The teaching aids explained in this unit are White/Black board, Interactive white board (IWB
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Saint Jérôme
Classroom management unit is not that easy. It should work everything and at the same time need to please all your students.The teachers should be flexible, punctual, fair, always prepared, understand
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Saint Jean sur Richelieu
In this Unit,the concept of receptive and productive have been elicited to me which are new to me.As in receptive, it refers to reading & listening,which import information into students from outside,
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Saint Joseph de Beauce
Teaching Pronunciation and Phonology requires a good understanding of phonetic script. Unit 13 teaches variations in volume and pitch with intonation. The normal pattern of English language is based o
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Saint Joseph de Sorel
I found this lesson more helpful than the previous lesson as it included more details about speaking and writing, including examples of classroom activities. I would have liked more information about
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Saint Lambert
This unit contrasts an ineffective English language lesson with an effective one. The differences were caused by teacher attitude and voice, level of class engagement, use of gestures and materials, a
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Saint Lazare
(Unit 14 )course book and lesson materials.This unit give me a thorough understanding of whether or not to use a course book or use authentic materials.It also gave option to use created materials suc
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Saint Lin Laurentides
This unit reviewed the various parts of speech including their names and their function in a sentence. It believe it was important and interesting to review this material formally. I had forgotten tha
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Saint Marc des Carrières
The unit points out the importance of evaluation and assessment. the unit then carries on to give the teacher the ability to find out specific levels of competencies from different types of testing. t
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Saint Ours
Unit 2 covered on the theories, methods, and techniques in creating a learning and enjoyable environment for students with beneficial communication and interaction between the teacher and the students
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Saint Pamphile
This unit dealt with grammar and parts of speech such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, pronouns, infinitives, gerunds, articles, and conjunctions. I only knew the basic components o
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Saint Pascal
In this unit I leaned about how to teach vocabulary like how to b exposed to it, understand its meaning and how to structure it meaning where do certain words go in sentence. Teaching vocabulary you c
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Saint Pie
Present tense is the topic of this unit.I have learned differnt types of tenses from this unit.They are as follows;-Present Simple tense:by using the verb To work.For example;i work in china.-Present
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Saint Rémi
This Unit has given good information about how to manage the classroom. The seating and disciplinary action were the most useful for me as I have learned some new ways to deal with issues that may ar
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Saint Raymond
This unit examines the qualities, roles and responsibilities of both teachers and students in the classroom. I learned that a teacher should care about his teaching, but should care even more about th
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Saint Sauveur
Unit one on teachers and learners really opened my eyes to the role of a teacher and how important it is in every country especially on influencing the leaders of the future. Being a journalist, the r
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Saint Tite
This is a quick and informative introduction to the world of tesol. It has clearly outlined the different types of students and the reasons why they are keen to learn English as a second language. I a
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Sainte Adèle
This unit was helpful and a good way to wrap up the course. I found the suggestions in this unit to be helpful and will be using many of them in my own lessons from here on out. I've found that a lot
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Sainte Agathe des Monts
A very clear understanding of my role as a effectively teacher dealing with students of different English proficiency. How important it is to assess if your class is motivated to learn can be based on
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Sainte Anne de Beaupré
WOW....WOW....I have learned English at school. I am speaking English on a daily basis, but I have never known that there is a Phonemic Alphabet. How helpful to know that words like bare and bear so
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Sainte Anne de Bellevue
Unit provides the detailed overview on the topic of teaching productive skills: writing and speaking. I find this unit very useful for any teacher because it not only contains information about main t
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Sainte Anne des Monts
Unit 12 talks about Productive skills. Productive skills consist of: a) Speaking b) Writing. Speaking and writing both are equally important. People communicate primarily because of one or more of
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Sainte Anne des Plaines
In this unit we learned about conditional sentences, sentence structures, and how those structures change when reporting about them objectively. There are five main conditional sentences. when they ar
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Sainte Catherine
Unit 13 discusses the pros and cons of authentic vs created materials and issues around textbooks and how to improve them. Authentic materials are great, but difficult for beginner students. Textbooks
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Sainte Catherine de la Jacques Cartier
Unit 20 discusses troubleshooting the common problems in classrooms. It teaches how to have a great first lesson and being to build the rapport between students and teachers. Using warm-up games as an
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Sainte Julie
The section of the tefl is interesting in that it provides some good ideas of what to do during each of the ESA stages. I actually like the games that can be used during the engage stage. I actually p
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Sainte Marguerite du Lac Masson
In unit 4 we are introduced to the different tense system in the English language. In asian languages there is 1 tense, in Slavic languages there are 3 tenses and in English there are 12 tenses. The t
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Sainte Marie
This unit has been about teaching receptive skills: Listening and reading. Both are equally important and have their challenges to teach. The main things I learned from this unit was to ensure you ver
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Sainte Marthe sur le Lac
It can be very easy to become too dependent on course books when teaching English. Typically, lesson plans are all laid out and simple to follow. However, what I have found is that when the teacher si
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Sainte Thérèse
Analyzing with our students reading and listening techniques is very important. I think that when they get to see the structure of the texts and how the writers organized their ideas can help them to
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Salaberry de Valleyfield
Unit 16 goes over the conditionals and reported speech. In presenting the conditional, information is given about each one of the 5 types alongside explanations on how to form each one, their meaning
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Schefferville
A teacher should be able to grasp and properly explain the most common areas of grammar to the students. Nouns are used to Name people, places, animals, qualities, and states, and are divided into fiv
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Scotstown
In this unit I learned that while being a good teacher is important, making great students should be higher on the priority list. There are several ways to encourage students while avoiding potential
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Senneterre
This unit was a good revision/new lesson of past grammatical ideas and concepts. I found it both helpful and interesting to relearn some of these concepts with a new twist to them. Some of the things
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Sept Îles
This unit began by reviewing nine different roles that a teacher can assume during instruction. The unit was clear that no one role is going to work in every situation so the teacher must be able to s
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Shawinigan
Grammar is one of the toughest thing, in my opinion, to teach in an English language class. A continuous review and practice is much needed and many forms of practices for students (and even teachers
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