TEFL in Lagos, Nigeria

Date posted:2005-03-29 | Writer: Bryan Whitman | Email: [email protected]

I urgently need a KS2 teacher, ideally comfortable with taking Year 6, initially for the summer term, starting on Monday 11th April, to work in Lagos, Nigeria. Previous overseas experience not necessary but willingness to adapt to a challenging and demanding post vital [email protected]

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.

 

I have learnt a lot from the examples given and also glad to have some notes on the usage difference in different English speaking country (e.g. Shall/shan't). I also appreciate the teaching ideas given in unit 8 for the future tenses, which I believe it helps a lot in my future classroom. Meantime, I would consider to create a table for all the tenses (i.e. Present, Past and future tenses) for comparison and summary purpose.I feel like I have learnt a lot from this unit, I have brushed up on my skills. I can now clearly differentiate between regular and irregular past tenses, for example catch has an irregular past tense because unlike most past tenses \"ed\" can not be added to the word, the word it self must be changed to caught, unlike verbs such as watch and cook. I hae also learnt that there is no specific rule to learning this, it just is.

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