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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Teaching English in Korea? Don't miss out and check out these 5 weekend trips you have to go on while living abroad in South Korea.Read more
Are you ready to teach English abroad? Before you step into the classroom, don't forget to read up on these 5 common types of EFL students and how to deal with them.Read more
Use these 7 activities for teaching the present perfect for the ESL classroom to teach the present perfect tense to your students and help them understand the correct structure and usage of the tense.Read more
These top 10 mistakes to avoid in the classroom while teaching English abroad will help you become a better EFL teacher and make sure your students learn English in the most effective way possible.Read more
Teaching English to students with very little or zero knowledge in the language can be a daunting task! However, these top tips for teaching absolute beginners in English as an EFL teacher will help you lay a great foundation for your students and guarantee their success!Read more
Use these 10 tips to encourage your students to follow directions in the classroom. These tips work for students of all ages in EFL classrooms all across the world.Read more
Think adult students don't enjoy a good EFL game? Think again! These 5 best TEFL games For adult students will make your lessons interactive and fun!Read more
These top 5 icebreakers for new TEFL teachers are ideal for every classroom setting and all levels of students. Get your students thinking and talking in English to start your lesson in an effective way!Read more
Japan is an exciting location with prospering career opportunities in English language teaching for many around the world. Here's our step-by-step guide to legally teaching English in Japan.Read more
Having a good relationship with your students is key to any successful class and it also has a positive effect on classroom management. Check out these 5 best ways to build rapport with your TEFL students.Read more
Teaching English abroad is an exciting career but many think it's limited to native English speakers only. However, in recent years, more and more non-native English teachers have filled EFL positions across the world - and with good reason. Here are 4 striking advantages for non-native English teachers in the TEFL classroom.Read more