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Archives for April 2019

How can an instructor effectively use games with adult EFL students?

Elizaveta Pachina

Alumni Experiences

This blog post is devoted to teaching techniques for adult ESL learners based on games. It is written by a recent TEFL course graduate.

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Why is Classroom Discipline Important?

Elizaveta Pachina

Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas

In this blog post, a recent TEFL graduate shares his opinion on classroom discipline. He explains how to set up better relations in the classroom for the whole year.

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Child Development and Piaget’s Theory - a Brief Summary

Mark Crocker

Alumni Experiences

Teachers are always looking for ideas that might help them to better understand their students. In this post, one of our graduates explores the child development theories put forward by the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget.

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From Student to Teacher - My Language Journey

Mark Crocker

Alumni Experiences

Every TEFL student enjoys their own unique experience, both during and after their course. In this post, an ITTT graduate talks about their own journey from EFL student to EFL teacher.

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3 Reasons to Take a TEFL Training Course

Elizaveta Pachina

TEFL Information Alumni Experiences

This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate who explained how you could benefit from taking a TEFL course.

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4 Main Challenges for ESL Students in China

Elizaveta Pachina

Destinations Alumni Experiences

This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate who shares their experience of teaching ESL students in China.

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10 Important Roles of a Good Teacher

Jon ITTT

Alumni Experiences

This article was written by an ITTT TEFL course graduate tells us the 10 important roles a teacher takes on in the classroom.

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Why Games Are Important in the Classroom

Linda Dunsmore

Alumni Experiences

This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate who shares their thoughts on why games are important in the classroom.

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Game On – Using Icebreaker Games in the ESL Classroom

Linda Dunsmore

Alumni Experiences

This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate who shares their thoughts on games and how to use them as icebreakers in the ESL classroom.

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Why I Prefer Teaching ESL to Individuals Rather than Groups

Mark Crocker

Alumni Experiences

Once qualified as a TEFL teacher you will have many opportunities to teach in different environments. In this post, an ITTT graduate explains why they prefer teaching individual students rather than groups.

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