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Federico Riva

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How to Teach English Abroad as a Volunteer | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Volunteer English teaching is a very popular option with many people. It can take many forms and can be undertaken in a huge range of countries worldwide. Here we look at a few issues that might help you find the best places to teach English as a volunteer.

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TEFL vs. TESOL: Understanding Your ESL Certification Options | ITTT | TEFL Blog

This is a frequently asked question and we usually answer it with another question: Where are you in your ESL teaching career? Regardless of your answer, there will be a course which will meet your specific needs. So what are the options?

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The Power and Practicality of Visual Aids in the Classroom | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Visual aids have always been a part of teaching methodology because they obviously work and aid the teaching process. There are benefits of using visual aids when teaching ESL, for both the students and the teacher.

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Top Differences when Teaching Multilingual versus Monolingual Classes | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Within the teaching of English as a second language (ESL) there are several classifications of learner scenarios. You have probably heard of graded classes versus mixed ability classes as an example. Another major classification is monolingual versus multilingual classes.

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5 Important Things You Should Know About Second Language Acquisition | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Second language acquisition is the name given to an educational theory of how we acquire a second language. It is similar to the way we pick-up our native language and is often contrasted with the term ‘language learning’, which is a formal process of instruction in a language.

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Teacher or Tutor: Are they the same, or different? | ITTT | TEFL Blog

One of the most important differences is that whilst the roles perform similar functions, a tutor is typically dedicated to one person rather than a group of students. So a tutor is often a dedicated “one to one” teacher.

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Is it worth taking a TEFL degree? | ITTT | TEFL Blog

It is possible to take a course at almost every level of qualification in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Here we will look at some actual courses and what you can do with your degree. Then we will look at what those qualification levels are.

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Top Tip for Non-native English Speakers to Improve Their English Skills | ITTT | TEFL Blog

As a non-native English speaker it is useful to develop your skills in the English language on an ongoing basis. (This is true for Native speakers also).

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Mastering Error Correction: Strategies for Balancing Fluency and Accuracy in ESL Classrooms | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Discover effective error correction strategies in ESL classrooms! Balance fluency and accuracy, empower learners, and create a supportive teaching environment.

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Gamification in ESL Teaching: Tools, Platforms, and Benefits | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Discover the power of gamification in ESL education through platforms like Edvibe and Wordwall. Explore how these innovative tools are reshaping language learning and engaging students in online classrooms.

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Mastering Grammar: Dynamic Approaches and Engaging Activities for Language Learners | ITTT | TEFL Blog

Explore innovative approaches to teaching grammar in language learning with engaging activities. Discover effective methods and diverse perspectives on mastering grammar skills in this insightful blog post.

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Empowering ESL Educators: A Guide to Free Teaching Tools | ITTT | TEFL Blog

In this blog post, we will look at ten commonly used free applications for ESL teachersDiscover a comprehensive guide to free ESL teaching tools like Zoom, Google Docs, Miro, Canva, Calendly, WeTransfer, Microsoft Loop, Teacheroo, and Pinterest. Explore how these resources revolutionize lesson planning and boost student engagement.

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