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Archives for April 2019

This blog post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate who shares his thoughts on the three most misconceived words in English grammar: affect, that and whom.

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This blog post was written by a recent TEFL graduate who shares his view of the many different roles of the ESL teacher abroad.

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This post was written by a recent TEFL graduate who shares their thoughts on lesson planning and provides a solid guide to lesson planning for new teachers.

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In this post, an ITTT graduate looks at why everyone should volunteer as a teacher at least once in their life.

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In this blog post, a recent TEFL course graduate shares their thoughts on why someone should try out volunteer teaching.

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The many differences between American and British English have caused amusement among language students for years. In this post, an ITTT graduate looks at these differences and how teachers can approach them in the classroom.

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Every person who takes a TEFL course has their own reasons for doing it and their paths are often very different. In this post, one of our graduates tells their own personal story.

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Self-confidence is a major issue for students in any situation, but when learning a foreign language it can be crucial. In this post, an ITTT graduate looks at ways teachers can help to boost the confidence of students in their class.

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The job of an English language teacher involves a great deal of forward planning and one area of this is classroom layout. In this post, an ITTT graduate looks at the four most common ways to arrange your classroom.

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This post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate, who shares their thoughts on classroom management and how you can implement it in your classroom.

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