Linda Dunsmore ITTT TEFL
Linda is a passionate traveler, language learner and TEFL teacher. After spending some time teaching in China, she moved to Korea in 2015. She now calls South Korea her home.
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Being a non-native English speaker doesn't have to hold you back from teaching EFL! ✅ This alumni account shows you all the advantages of being a non-native English speaking teacher and how to turn the disadvantages into strengths.Read more
Do you want to know what it's like starting to teach after completing your TEFL course? This alumni report shows you where a TEFL certification can lead.Read more
Check out this post written by an ITTT alumni on the ways of evaluating and testing students in the ESL classroom.Read more
China offers the largest job market for teaching English abroad and it continues to grow. Here is why Beijing is the ideal place to teach English abroad!Read more
Japan is one of the largest EFL markets in the world. If you are interested in joining the thousands of English teachers in the country, check out this guide on salary and budget for a teacher living in Japan.Read more
Check out these 11 fun ESL activities for young learners that will make your lessons more interesting and help your students learn English in no time!Read more
Check out this post written by an ITTT alumni on the benefits of having good rapport with students.Read more
Russia is an up-and-coming EFL destination with vacant positions all across this vast nation. If you are interested in joining the thousands of English teachers in the country, check out this guide on salary and budget for a teacher living in Russia.Read more
The ESA methodology of teaching is one of the most used modern teaching methodologies today. When taking a TEFL course, you will encounter this method and learn how to incorporate it into your lesson planning.Read more
If you are looking for a unique place to move to, check out our list of the top 5 TEFL destinations for adrenaline junkies and adventure seekers!Read more
Use these 7 activities for teaching the passive voice in the ESL classroom to help your students navigate through this difficult part of English grammar.Read more
Teaching English as a foreign language is a great way to head off and explore the world. These 8 traveling power couples teach English abroad and will inspire you to follow in their footsteps!Read more