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This article was written by our TEFL graduate shares their experience of working with Italian students.

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Motivating students is extremely important. How to do it successfully? Read in this blog post.

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This blog post contains information on online games for teaching TEYL. Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on the problem.

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This blog post is devoted to the problem of teaching beginners. Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on how to approach to teaching this group.

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Skills are extremely important for every activity. Our TEFL graduate talks about TEFL skills.

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This blog post is devoted to teaching as a career. Our TEFL alumna shares their thoughts on the point.

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English as a global language has become powerful not so long ago. How did it happen? Read in this blog post.

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Our TEFL graduate explains the relationships between classroom management and workflow.

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We have a saying; who knows something very well, cannot teach very well. If you are not a native speaker but you are a teacher in that language, you are well-prepared and working more than a native English speaker to avoid being tomfoolery and embarrassed in front of your students. This takes you one step ahead of someone whose native language is English. So here are 3 main advantages of a non-native English teacher.

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How English develops in the globalized world? Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts.

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