What makes these courses is fun are the instructors. I love their role-playing, and they make me laugh sometimes. Not that the material is difficult, but the instructors keep things from getting dull.
This course has an excellent structure for helping you put together a lesson plan and assessment. I love how each facet is explained so that we can see where our mistakes lie and how we can improve.
교육 기관: Khalisha S•
I enjoyed the course, I just wasn't too sure if I was supposed to download all of the PDFs?
교육 기관: Silvia G•
clear, well guided and inviting. Thank you for such a great work teaching teachers ;-)
교육 기관: Binta•
A well designed course that gives great information and window into better teaching
교육 기관: Obinna A•
Brilliant ideas on lesson design and assessment. it's all worth it.
교육 기관: Tara J•
Helpful material and a really manageable pace. Cleverly presented.
교육 기관: Norma N R M•
The course is really interesting and usefull. Congratulations.
교육 기관: Rocio•
I enjoyed the course. It was very useful for my own lessons
교육 기관: Falah T•
Very good Teach English Now! Lesson Design and Assessment
교육 기관: Delvis I B•
Excellent guidance for new or seasoned teachers.
교육 기관: Nelson A R A•
Great insight, good examples and practical tasks
교육 기관: Mauritius O•
Kudos to all! Had a fun time learning.
교육 기관: kelly t•
Course is held up for student reviews
교육 기관: Janice P E B•
Just use simpler words on the quizzes
교육 기관: ED G•
Excellent in content and delivery!!!!
교육 기관: Suha A•
very informative and usefull
교육 기관: Rukhsar S•
good way of teaching english
교육 기관: Toyia B•
Really enjoy this program!
교육 기관: Mariette R•
a little fast paced.
교육 기관: Samer B•
good course thanks
교육 기관: Ahmed A A E•
I like this course
교육 기관: nop1•
교육 기관: Saltanat B•
교육 기관: Marco A P M•
I loved it!
교육 기관: Weisi Z•
The course is perfect, however, since I am a person who prefers more concise information and pragmatic skills, the teaching examples with analyses might seem lengthy and not so efficient for me.
교육 기관: Andre E•
The course is beneficial and I am learning quite a bit. However, I would like to see live input from ASU instructors