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Global status of English influences relation to this language. Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on how to organize teaching considering this point.

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This blog post was written by our TEFL graduate who shares their opinion on the way good classroom management looks like.

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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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This blog post is devoted to the problem of parents in ESL. Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on the point of help and support.

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In this blog post, our TEFL graduate considers grammar as a core of English learning and teaching.

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In this article, our TEFL graduate shares 5 ideas on how to use stories in ESL teaching.

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In this blog post, our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on how to implement TEFL techniques in online teaching.

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In this article, our TEFL graduate considers ESA Strategies and the ways to implement them in the ESL classroom.

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This article is devoted to problems of Japanese learners. Our TEFL graduate shares their ideas on how to fix them.

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This blog post is devoted to the problem of slang and idioms in ESL. Our TEFL graduate considers the necessities to teach them.

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