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Teaching the tense system is a major part of any ESL teacher's job. In this post, a TEFL course graduate looks at how teaching more than one tense at once can save the teacher time and improve results for the students.

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China is the largest EFL market in the world with more vacant positions than teachers to fill them with. If you want to teach English in China as well, it's a great idea to get a thorough understanding of the English speaking and writing errors made by Chinese students prior to coming to China.

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This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate from ITTT and looks at the differences in teaching EFL and ESL.

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In this blog post, our recent TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on why you should complete a TEFL course.

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In this blog post, our recent TEFL graduate shares her thoughts on teaching the beginner students.

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With thousands of UK citizens teaching English as a foreign language abroad the question how Brexit will affect their life and career often comes up. This comprehensive blog post written by a British teacher in Thailand gives some insight.

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In this blog post, our recent TEFL graduate shares her experience of designing engaging materials.

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This blog post was written by a recent ITTT TEFL graduate student who explains why he decided to take a course although he had already had teaching experience.

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This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate who answers the question: What traits should an EFL teacher have in teaching one-to-one Business English?

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Is it possible to teach English as a foreign language as a non-native speaker? The truth is - absolutely! Read this post to find out how TEFL for non-native English speakers is a possible career!

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