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TEFL Online - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Online English Teacher Teaching Adults ann. 2

Date posted:2024-02-02 | Writer: NativeX Edtech | Email: [email protected] A. Overview•    Expected start time: March 2024 (after onboard training)•    Class duration: 45 minutes/ slot•    Teaching time: 8:00 - 23:45 every day (GMT+7), especially 8:00 - 11:45 and 19:00 - 22:00•    Teach General English (04 skills) to Vietnamese adults•    Weekly availability registration and class assignment•    Provided teaching accounts; lesson slides, and lesson plans•    Class size: No more than 06 students•    Pay rate (Before TAX): $9.4 - $20.0 per 45 minutesB. Job description> Before class•    Submit weekly availability and provide sufficient...  [Read more]

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Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Explore innovative approaches to teaching grammar in language learning with engaging activities. Discover effective methods and diverse perspectives on mastering grammar skills in this insightful blog post. Minh Huy Hoang TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Discover 10 effective ways to learn English during office breaks! From language apps to podcasts, reading, and speaking sessions with colleagues, these hacks maximize your language learning in short bursts. Start enhancing your English skills during break time today! Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas In this blog post, we will look at ten commonly used free applications for ESL teachersDiscover a comprehensive guide...  [Read more]

Is it easier to teach English to children or adults? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Deciding whether it is easier to teach English to children or adults is subjective. Children are naturally curious, but their attention spans can be short, necessitating dynamic and engaging methods. Adults, on the other hand, often learn with a clear purpose and are self-motivated, yet they might require a deeper understanding of technical aspects like grammar. Both age groups present distinct challenges and benefits, and the ease of teaching hinges on the educator's adaptability to each group's unique needs and learning styles. Motivation and classroom management Lesson content Games and activities Student expectations Getting students to talk in English Teacher/student relationships When engaging with young learners, it is essential to keep them intrigued and motivated, regardless of...  [Read more]

TEFL Online - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Online English Teacher Guaranteed Hours Adult Students ann. 2

Date posted:2024-04-17 | Writer: The Really Great Teacher Company | Email: [email protected] ATTENTION GREAT TEACHERS & TUTORS! Are you a really great teacher because you are passionate about inspiring those you teach? Let The Really Great Teacher Company support your personal and professional growth on your journey to influence students through teaching English. An opportunity with us also includes: CAREER ADVANCEMENT: Many opportunities will be available in the future for growth and movement into more senior positions. DEDICATED SUPPORT TEAM: We provide all materials and the human support you need. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Our Inspiration Academy has free courses available for our whole team, in various fields of study, to support your professional growth at your own...  [Read more]

How Adults’ Learning Differs From Teenagers’ and Children’s Learning? - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences ESL teachers must acknowledge that it is not equal teaching English Lessons to children, teenagers, and adults, there are some wide differences between the practices used in each case, classroom, population, levels, and country where English is taught, on this paper we will check how an ESL lesson may be affected by these variables, and how we could overlap them on the practices used in teenagers and adults English lessons. Basic concepts Self-concept Personal Experience Adults learning process Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Javier V. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. To analyze all the...  [Read more]

Mastering English Language Sounds: Enhancing Pronunciation and Auditory Receptive Skills - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Explore the challenges and strategies in teaching English language sounds and pronunciation across different age groups.It's widely known that students of various age groups exhibit varying learning capacities. Despite these differences and regardless of background or origin, learners of English (referred to as L2) often struggle with speaking and listening due to the language's heavy reliance on auditory comprehension. This article delves into the importance of addressing these pronunciation challenges, especially in the context of teaching English as a second language. Understanding Age-Related Differences Young Learners: Nurturing the Phonetic Foundation Navigating the Teenage Years: 12-18 Age Group Engaging Adult Learners: The...  [Read more]

Differentiating Teaching Based on Learner’s Maturity - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas For this task, I have selected learning modes: Young learners v.s. Adults. When teachers are instructing students, they should first think about how to instruct them using the best methodologies to make learning best or what factors or aspects of learning they should consider for their classes, such as student motivation, previous learning experience, language awareness, behavior problems that could arise in class and the students' life experiences. All of the above factors can be divided by many different students, but it has been shown in this course that these facets are predominantly divided by young learners. Listen to this blog post: Teaching Approach Adult Students Teaching Plan Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today!...  [Read more]

Learning Modes: Young Learners vs. Adult Students - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences For people who are learning a foreign language, their lives might change a lot. They have the chance to talk to more people, get more information, and their brains get trained. As we all know, it's much easier for a child to learn a new language than an adult. Why? What are the essential differences between adults and young learners? Understanding their goals Experience teaching older groups of students Possible Challenges Young students Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate LU C. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Usually, there is a goal that motivates an adult to learn something new, whereas...  [Read more]

How and When Should a TEFL Teacher Adjust Their Teaching Style? - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas English is one of the most common languages in the world. Knowing English can help people communicate with others from different countries and seek opportunities to have a better job or life. English can bring benefits to everyone, no matter how old they are. Therefore, English is becoming essential in many areas and more people, from kids to adults, are learning it as a second language. To help people learn English effectively, teachers play a significant role in their learning progress. There are many types of students and depending on their needs, ages, and personalities, teachers must learn how to adjust their teaching styles accordingly. Different Reasons For Learning English Different Age Groups - Children Different Age Groups -...  [Read more]

ESL Teaching To Young Learners - What are the Advantages? - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences Description: Teaching English as a foreign language in a kindergarten can be a dynamically different experience than teaching students in older age groups. Teaching in a kindergarten has advantages such as motivation, smiles, and the ability to learn the material in short bursts. It also has disadvantages, such as; short attention spans, diapers, and tantrums. Teaching young children can be extremely rewarding and extremely demanding. Learning is fun for small children. Children have a low attention span. Misconceptions about teaching young learners Do you want to teach English to young learners? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate William K. Teaching Children between the ages of two and...  [Read more]

The Art of Teaching Younger EFL Students - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences I have 3 years of experience in teaching English in a few kindergartens in Beijing, China and some experience in teaching adults in a training center. Differences Between Teaching Children and Adults Principles in Teaching Kids Learning Atmosphere Teacher's Responsibilities My Personal Experience Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: When I started in kindergarten, it was very difficult because I didn't have enough information about how to make a proper lesson plan. I didn't have enough materials, games, songs, and it took me a lot of time to collect all the necessary information for teaching and creating my teaching plan. Without experience, it wasn't easy for me to build a good rapport between me and my...  [Read more]

Tips for Teaching Different Types of English Learning Groups - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas There are many types of English learning groups and each group requires different teaching techniques. In my opinion, English learners can be divided into 2 groups: beginners and English learners for specific purposes. Beginners can be students who have no English at all or know a few simple structures. They can be children or adults. English learners for specific purposes are students who have a basic English level and want to achieve their specific aims of learning. Young Beginners Adult Beginners English Learners for Specific Purposes Conversation Learners Business Students Examination Classes Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Nhung...  [Read more]

Reasons to Learn Managerial Skills for Your ESL Teaching - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas I have been working as an English teacher for almost five years and I have a lot of experience in teaching children and adults. Therefore, after learning these units, I can gain a better understanding of class management. Reasons for Management in Class Rapport Young Learners Adults Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Wenyi L. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. When it comes to teaching children, class management is essential. Children have an innate curiosity, which is a big motivation. They like looking for something new and learning it. Studying when you were a child has many advantages....  [Read more]

Which is the best age group to teach English? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Teaching English abroad can offer an array of age groups to choose from, depending on your destination. Choosing the right age group largely depends on individual preferences as every teacher has their unique teaching style. Some teachers might opt to work with younger kids, attracted by the high energy level and fun-oriented environment that typically characterizes this group. Conversely, others might gravitate towards adult learners who usually prefer a calmer, more scholarly environment. What are the different age levels you can teach English? The pros and cons of teaching English at kindergarten level Pros: Cons: The pros and cons of teaching English to young learners Pros: Cons: The pros and cons of teaching English to adults Pros: Cons: What is the best age group to teach English to?...  [Read more]

TEFL UK - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Efl Teachers Wanted In Chester Uk ann. 2

Date posted:2024-01-22 | Writer: The English Language Centre | Email: [email protected] ELC Chester is located close to the centre of the beautiful, historic city of Chester, in the north west of England.We are now looking for full-time teaching staff (including summer teaching staff) to start work on either our General English for Adults and/or Summer Course for Teenagers. Ideally we would like to recruit teachers with some experience, but newly qualified teachers will be considered for some positions. Well qualified and experienced teachers may also be considered for further fixed term contract teaching work in the school. You will be part of a professional, experienced teaching team, delivering English teaching to either adult or junior students, with related administration,...  [Read more]

How do you teach English one-to-one? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Before delving into the specifics of conducting one-to-one lessons, we need to be mindful of certain preliminary steps essential for effective lesson planning. Initially, you must assess your student's English proficiency level. This is usually achieved through a level test. The level test typically begins with a verbal conversation to gauge the general competency level of the student. English proficiency is often categorized on a five-point scale: A basic level test could involve asking progressively complex questions to pinpoint the level at which the student begins to struggle. Once the level test is completed, the next step is a needs analysis. This process aims to ascertain why the student is learning English, as needs will vary among learners. Younger students might seek to enhance...  [Read more]

How to Make Up a Strategy For Your Lesson - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Generally, anything planned well in advance comes out much better and well organized as compared to something that is just done anyhow in any manner without any planning. As a teacher, it is important to know what you want to teach, why you want to teach and most importantly how you intend to teach. All these questions can only be answered when Lesson planning is done. Teaching Goal Students' Age Lesson Stages Learners' Level Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Lucia F. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. In trying to answer the questions raised above it is clear that the teacher will know...  [Read more]

The 3 Most Successful Play-Based Techniques for Teaching Pronunciation - TEFL Blog

Luciana Campos Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas In today's world, it is essential for young adults to learn proper pronunciation to communicate effectively and confidently. Proper pronunciation helps others understand what we are saying. It is crucial for successful communication, especially when speaking English. Traditional methods of teaching pronunciation can be time-consuming and stressful for students. However, pronunciation is an essential component of language acquisition. So, there's no way to run! Gamification as a means for learning to pronounce Tips on Pronunciation Last Remarks Related articles Ready to teach English as a Foreign Language? Related Articles: Check out what our course grads say in our many video testimonials! I guess you expected me to start by providing...  [Read more]

Specific Challenges of One-to-One teaching and Ways to Overcome Them with the Help of the TEFL Course Content - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas I have taught English in a classroom setting to large groups of adults for 4 years through a non-profit agency located in a mixed-race urban area of the United States. More recently, I have been teaching English to foreign learners on a one-to-one basis via video chat, also for four years. Given this background, I can speak from a wealth of personal experience to the differences, advantages, and disadvantages of each. As my goal is to continue to teach individuals online, I was admittedly skeptical of what I might gain from a TEFL course, as most certification programs are geared toward classroom teaching abroad. Having completed the ITTT course, I find myself very satisfied with having gone through the process, as I have gained many new resources for my...  [Read more]

Learning English in Early Childhood - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences In the past, some scientists thought young learners do not learn as fast as adults. However today even parents are aware of the importance of starting learning a second language early. Advantages of Early Start Consider the Mix of Abilities Choice of Activities Nursery Rhymes Flashcards GamesThe Main Problems Young English Learners Face In China Stories Are you ready to teach English to younger children? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Safak Ä°. When people start learning at early ages of their life, they increase the probability of gaining better language skills and favorable attitudes to other languages and cultures. Moreover, it will be possible for them to acquire native...  [Read more]

Strategies of Teaching ESL Groups Effectively - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas There are different types of classes. We will be teaching and adults and children. Let's take a more detailed look into each group. ESL teachers are often working with beginners; however, some people could have been exposed to English previously. We can refer to these students as 'false beginners.' This subgroup could include adults who have learned the language before and may have forgotten it without consistent use. Adults beginners may tend to be more motivated than young beginner learners because adults make the decision to study English by themselves. Children may be told to learn and externally motivated by parents or family members. We should keep in mind that a beginner without previous exposure to the Roman alphabet may require more initial work...  [Read more]

TEFL Myanmar - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ English Language Teachers Needed In Yangon Myanmar ann. 2

Date posted:2019-03-19 | Writer: EDULINK | Email: [email protected] EDULINK has been operating since 2012 and is among the most respected members of the educational community in Myanmar. We are a language school for adults teaching a variety of English courses at our two centres in Yangon and at off-site locations, but we are expanding into providing tertiary programs. We are looking for dedicated TESOL qualified educators to join our committed team and help us to transform the futures of our students. JOB DETAILS: Successful applicants will be required to: 1. Teach General and Business English programs across a variety of levels using a variety of recognised ESL teaching methods including the Communicative Method 2. Teach test preparation courses, particularly IELTS 3. Teach at...  [Read more]

Key Ways to Motivate Students from Young Learners to Adults - TEFL Blog

Jon ITTT Alumni Experiences As we all know, motivation is a core aspect of teaching and learning a language. Lack of motivation is perhaps the biggest obstacle that we face as students and teachers. If a student lacks motivation, he/she will not pay attention in the class or will simply find it boring. At the same time if a teacher lacks motivation to teach he/she will be unable to attract students' attention and give them all they need. Let us be honest and say that intelligent students are those, who always eagerly attend class and enjoy the process. Here we need a highly motivated teacher who is willing help them. In this article I divide students into several categories because different situations require different approaches. How to motivate young learners Helping teenagers to get...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - I Wish If Only - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  In this lesson Iban teaches the meanings and differences of 'I wish' and 'if only'. He starts the lesson with a warm up activity before covering the lesson point. He ends the lesson with activities to give the students practice using the language point he has taught. 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. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! This unit contained information about the qualities of a good teacher and good student.It discussed...  [Read more]

TEFL Canada - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teach Business English In Toronto Canada ann. 2

Date posted:2018-02-20 | Writer: Learnlight | Email: [email protected] Learnlight, a leading provider of blended language and skills training, is currently searching for an experienced Business English trainer in Toronto to deliver face-to-face language training for one of our corporate clients. Learnlight was founded in 2007 with a dream to bridge the gap between the disparate worlds of education and technology. Our obsession was, and continues to be, empowering talented trainers to create transformative learning experiences, because, at the end of the day, we think people are the real ‘killer app’. Since our early years as a digital start-up, we’ve worked with hundreds of clients around the globe. We have opportunities for online teaching as well as face-to-face. COURSE...  [Read more]

Ways You Can Act in Your TEFL Class - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas How do you define who a teacher is? In the general sense and definition, a teacher is a person who helps others to acquire knowledge, competence or values. In an informal scenario, someone who helps another learn something new can be called a teacher while in a formal setting, teachers are seen as educators as they teach knowledge through the curriculum to the learners through lectures for adults, lesson, small group activities or hands-on activities for the young learners. Listen to this blog post: Impact in students' future Classroom environment Perfect example Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Jackline M. Please note that this blog post might not...  [Read more]

Teaching Bigger Groups vs. Individual ESL Learners - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas One of the main differences between teaching groups and individual students is the lesson plan. Teaching One-to-One From a Learner's Perspective What do Teachers Think Lesson Plan for Group Teaching Students Abilities Students Peculiarities Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: Several factors need to be considered when planning a lesson for a single student: The aforementioned factors should be taken into account even when teaching groups but in one-to-one lessons they are crucial. Considering that the whole lesson is dedicated to one individual, material covered should be graded to his/her exact level to achieve the best result, giving the teacher freedom to make the lessons challenging to stimulate further...  [Read more]

Reasons Why Pronunciation is More Difficult for Adults than Children in El Salvador - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Pronunciation problems in El Salvador is very common, as many know Spanish is the main Language in this country, people in El Salvador tend to speak their native Language all the time because this is what they feel more comfortable with, as there is not any other dialect, other than Spanish, they are taught English in school, English Is the only language taught in El Salvador in public schools, but only for those that can attend one, this is because there are many people that can't attend a school due to economic matter, family problems or due to the work that is done in their household many don't have time to study and there are kids that can't attend school because they have to work, but there are many that do go to school and take English classes....  [Read more]

How Grammar Influences a Language Acquisition - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Teaching a language seems to have its roots precisely in teaching grammar: one of the first learning methodologies in history was grammar-translation. Used to translate Greek into Latin, it was inefficient for speech development, yet it remains one of the most popular teaching methods in education. Unfortunately, even from my own experience as a student, this is the preferred teaching method and it wasn't until recently that a more interactive way of learning was introduced in schools. Reasons to Learn Grammar Approaches to Teaching Grammar 1. Deductive approach 2. Inductive approach Young Learners Adult Learners Potential problems Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL...  [Read more]

TEFL Peru - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in Peru

 Language Support Specialist Writer: Newton College | Email: [email protected] Newton College is looking for a talent who can be our Language Support Specialist in Upper School (Secundaria).RequirementsHold a degree (Licenciatura) in Education, Special Education, Applied Linguistics or related field.English level: CPE or bilingualCertification in teaching English as a second language (TESOL), English language teaching (CELTA) or equivalent.Minimum 3 years' experience teaching a foreign language.At least 2 years of IB Program experienceExperience working with students who have language-based learning differences or second language learners.ResponsibilitiesActively participate in collaborative spaces with colleagues, including observation of student work/data to adjust...  [Read more]

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