TEFL Teaching in South Africa

Eastern Cape
This unit introduces grammar and the parts of speech in the English language. It covers all the basic principles and rules when forming a basic sentence. Reading through this chapter,I realized how co
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Free State
The unit explains the importance of planning a lesson and how it’s usefulness in the long run. It talks about the three important functions of writing a lesson plan: 1) An aid to planning
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Gauteng
This Unit is pretty straightforward. I like the way that the parts of speech are presented in the video more than the reading, because it is a little bit much reading that list of verbs. This Unit i
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KwaZulu Natal
This unit helps to reflect professors and teachers to understand how to plan our classes depending on the target group. It is essential to recognize our students necessities in order to make it more i
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Limpopo
This unit introduced the concept of basic sentence structure. While I have an excellent understanding of English sentences and grammar, I don't know many of the correct names of the parts of a sentenc
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Mpumalanga
I learned from this lesson further into what we use everyday grammar wise. I found this to be a very informative unit, and will definitely use these skills in the future. The one thing that I found t
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North West
In this unit, I felt it was useful to review grammar due to the fact I am a spanish student and find it confusing when my teacher is talking about the parts of speech. After reading through this unit,
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North West Province
Native speakers are often unaware of the grammar which exists in every sentence they speak and they have no idea why they are using it. So this unit can get them to realise what mistake they have been
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Northern Cape
This unit highlights grammar and the use of grammar and further more how to logically explain it. It's is important for the teacher to have basic grasp of grammar as the teacher will be required to an
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Western Cape
This unit covered the different parts of speech that make up a typical sentence in English. It covered nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, prepositions, conjunctions, articles, gerunds, and pronouns.
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