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Importance of Visual Aids in Teaching

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Television has become an important part of our daily routine. It is one of the cheapest forms of entertainment and is quite informative too.

Television is probably the most useful medium available today. We can watch movies, follow the news, learn science, win money on interactive game shows, and even shop without going outside.

The student was excited and interested for today's topic. She expressed her self and her thought using the English as much as she can. It was easy for her to speak in English though there were times she committed grammar lapses. She really needs to improve her pronunciation and the swiftness of her articulation to build a good communication. Also she must widen up her vocabulary for better expression of her thought.

The student was able to understand simple instructions and gave back answers with related thought. She answered questions quickly but she committed grammar lapses. Also, she understood questions and sentences in a simple form of grammar but she had hard time with the complex one.

The student was quite good when it comes to accent though sometimes he spoke in native one. He was able to use English in expressing his self but as we went on, he committed grammar lapses. He really needs to be particular with the "V","B","P" and "F" sounds that led him to improper pronunciation. Also he needs to observe the subject and verb agreement.

The student was quite good when it comes to accent though sometimes he spoke in native one. He was able to use English in expressing his self but as we went on, he committed grammar lapses. He really needs to be particular with the "V","B","P" and "F" sounds that led him to improper pronunciation. Also he needs to observe the subject and verb agreement.

The student showed a good listening span and proved that he understand our conversation. He listened attentively and answered the questions with related thought but in some occasion, I repeated some lines just to make it clear for him. He had some trouble with the complex form of sentence that led to the repetition of the question.

The student was attentive and active in our class. He answered in a vigorous way. Though he made a good communication he committed grammar lapses that made him inconvenient of using the English language. He really needs to improve his grammar and even his pronunciation. Watching movies in English language will help a lot for him to more familiar with the use of English.

The student did understand sentences in a slow manner of articulation. He answered with his related thought but not in a complete sentence. He had hard time with the well pronounced words and comprehending complex and compound form of sentences. He

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