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Archives for July 2020

In this article, we talk about methods of encouragement students in the ESL classroom.

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Our TEFL graduate, in this blog post, contemplates upon the teacher's personality in the ESL classroom.

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Regardless of whether we’re topmost executives or businesspersons, students or teachers, striking a proper work-life balance is extremely important. While everyone strives to strike this essential work-life balance, our success is usually limited. That occurs because other tasks on hand- either at work or home- steal precious time that was intended for our families. And if you’re a teacher, balancing work and family can become a real circus. A teacher has to be alert and conduct classes in a manner that every student learns. Hence, you need to be well prepared for the next day’s classes, take time to relieve stress, and ensure you have adequate rest.

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For ITTT, our community of students and alumni is the most important to us. That’s why we’d love to share what our course grads have to say! This will not only have others make a better decision in whether TEFL/TESOL is for them, but it will also help the ITTT community grow bigger and stronger!

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In this article, our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on teaching abroad and possible experiences they can get there.

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This article was written by our TEFL graduate who shares their opinion on English in early childhood.

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In this article, our TEFL graduate explains why children need their parents to take part in the educational process.

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This blog post was written by our TEFL alumna who shares their experience of working in an Asian country and bringing western cultural peculiarities there.

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In this article, we provide you six interesting activities for online teaching. You can integrate them into your lesson as an ice-breaker or transition.

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Teaching such grammar points as tenses can be daunting. In this blog post, you will find several simple ideas on how to explain the past perfect continuous and engage students into practice effectively.

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