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In this blog post, our TEFL graduate overviews some of the most important responsibilities of the teacher.

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Here we have some of the best platforms, resources, and software that will help you manage your online course and achieve – read on!

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In this blog post, our TEFL graduate explains how you can benefit from obtaining a TEFL certificate.

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This blog post contains information on the two modes of teaching: group and one to one.

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How English can transform students' future? In this article, our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts.

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What's the difference between British English and American English? Our TEFL graduate shares their research.

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English has become one of the primary languages in the world community. Our TEFL graduate gives a review on this point.

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A preferred method of teaching abroad is the team-teaching approach. This is where two teachers, dubbed T1 (often the “main” teacher”) and T2 (often the “assistant”), work together to develop a syllabus, prepare materials and lessons, teach students, then evaluate the results and make changes whenever deemed necessary. As the base, unless T2 has strong language skills in the local language, T1 will be expected to explain core grammar. Both are responsible for their own contributions to the class in order to create a cohesive classroom for effective English learning.

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Are you planning on teaching abroad, but worrying about how you can get involved in the community and leave a memorable impression on the locals? Language barriers may make this seem like a harrowing task, but fear not, the following is a list of a few jumping-off points for those planning to take the plunge into their new community.

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In this article, our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on teacher's role on students' learning way.

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