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In this blog post on crucial teaching skills we will look at the specific skills of: Pronunciation, Grammar knowledge and Teaching methodology.

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Ice breakers as the name implies are activities (often games) used to introduce the teacher to the students, to each other and vice-verca. These activities allow the group to get to know each other in a friendly, fun atmosphere as we will describe. Ice breakers can be used for all levels of ESL student.

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In this blog we discuss some of the fundamentals of the industry, include general terminology, application for teaching posts and typical qualification requirements. As the points are general in nature, some information may not apply to specific situations and you should always do your own research to confirm the current situation.

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This is a blog post written by an ITTT TEFL course graduate who obtained their certificate while in college. She shares her own experience how the certification helped her advance in her academic and professional career.

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How and when we give feedback will depend to a great extent upon the aims and objectives of the lesson. Here we discuss some of the general background to feedback and correction, when and how should it be given.

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Mainland China and Taiwan form a very large part of the Asian ESL market. There are obviously many similarities but also many differences. In this blog we will look at some of the major differences in job requirement in these two regions.

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Online teaching has much in common with teaching in a traditional classroom. There are however some fundamental differences, particularly in class make-up and the use of equipment. By considering a number of “Frequently asked questions”, we will look at some of these issues.

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Most TEFL interviews are now conducted online. Whilst it is very important to think about what questions you may be asked and how you will answer them, of equal importance is being correctly physically set up for the interview. Here we will consider some of the major factors you need to consider before you say, “Hello”.

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This blog post explores what criteria should be used to evaluate activities in an ESL classroom.

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One of the most important concepts to cover in the use of the board is that of “dead time”. This is the time we are writing on the board and nothing is being said. Here we look at 7 top tips to reduce the dead time to a minimum.

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