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How to Teach English Online on Preply - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello hello everybody nice to see you again so is anybody there let me know that you see me clearly and hear me clearly um i'm glad that you are joining uh thanks for coming today uh we're just about to start um our live session uh and right now just let me know if you see me clearly and hear me clearly hello guys nice to see you thanks for joining so my name is lisa uh i am an itt tefl expert and um a current online esl teacher nice to see you guys joining me thanks a lot and uh just before we start let me know that you see me clearly and hear me clearly so that i know that everything works smooth um and just quickly let me uh tell you about itttt so our company is a tefl provider uh and we are actually presented on various social networks so if you guys want uh to get uh updates on uh...  [Read more]

Finding an EFL teaching job - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

You've passed your TEFL course and armed with your new certificate you are ready to head to the classroom. There are thousands of teaching jobs available around the world but where is the best place to look? Many people start online and there is plenty to choose from. Searching for jobs online can be a good way to find jobs when you start looking from home; it is also a great way to suss out the local job market in a certain country. The downsides about online job adverts are that each position will attract numerous applications and if you are non-native speaker or do not have a listed qualification the employer may disregard your application without properly considering it. There is also a higher chance of scams being posted on the internet and you should always remember that if a...  [Read more]

Teach with no Degree - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Teaching English in schools and language centers is an extremely popular way to earn a good living while experiencing life in different parts of the world. In recent years more and more people have also taken advantage of the huge worldwide demand for the English language by teaching English online from within their home country. Whether you would prefer the adventure of teaching overseas or the convenience of working from home, Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is a realistic option for anyone who has a good standard of written and spoken English. If you have already conducted some research regarding teaching English abroad or online you might have come across the suggestion that a full degree is required in order to secure a good quality teaching position. However, this is...  [Read more]

4 Tips on Finding Your First Job as a Newly Qualified TEFL Teacher - TEFL Blog

Jon ITTT TEFL Information You've passed your TEFL course and armed with your new certificate you are ready to head to the classroom. There are thousands of teaching jobs available around the world but where is the best place to look? Many people start online and there is plenty to choose from. Search online Apply for jobs in person Send a speculative email Use a teacher recruiter Are you ready to start your job hunt? Related Articles: Searching for jobs online can be a good way to find jobs when you start looking from home. It is also a great way to suss out the local TEFL job market in a particular country. The downsides about online job adverts are that each position will attract numerous applications and if you are non-native speaker or do not have a listed qualification, the...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - How To Pronounce Belated - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  In this episode, we cover the pronunciation of the word "belated". This word refers to something that happened later than it should have. A common use of the word is in the following phrase "Happy belated birthday," used by people who wish someone a happy birthday after the actual birthday. Synonyms for belated include late and overdue. 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! From this unit I have a...  [Read more]

Top Reasons to Choose a Recruiter When Finding a Job Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog

Carrie Kellenberger Visa and Legal TEFL Information Using a recruiter to help you find a teaching job abroad can be a rewarding and satisfying experience for many, provided you choose the right recruiter and you know what to expect and which questions to ask. Here are several tips to keep in mind about working with recruiters: Here are some great reasons for working with a recruiter: What is a good recruiter? Who pays the recruiter? What kind of schools use recruiters? What makes a good recruitment agency? Listen to this blog post Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related Articles: Teachers use recruiting agencies for many reasons, including relying on a recruiter to find a legitimate contract that offers a fair salary package. A recruiter will work with you to help you find a...  [Read more]

How to Keep ESL Students Engaged After the Lesson - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello everybody it's liza here and i'm super happy to welcome you to today's itttt live session um so i hope that you um have some spare time uh to tune in and uh let's talk about um another exciting uh teaching topic today uh so if you see and hear me clearly please let me know that you are here actually via the chat box and um by the way um i'm super excited uh not only because of this live session but also because of the weather it is super warm in my place today um my hometown is blooming and um it it feels so nice actually um also let me know where are you guys tuning in from uh so i am actually located um in the middle of russia um the city of yekaterinburg um so uh usually it's pretty cold here but may is just the best uh month of the year so if you um think of coming here one day...  [Read more]

English Teachers Recruitment Companies - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  As an extended part of our lifetime job assistance program, we also maintain close partnerships with several of the top recruitment companies operating within the TEFL world. Through these long-established and well-respected companies, you can find teaching jobs around the world without much of the hassle associated with applying for jobs directly. By using a recruitment company you can typically arrange a teaching position before leaving home which can be a real comfort, particularly for those who are new to teaching and travelling abroad. Job applications and interviews are generally done over the internet and paperwork such as visas and work permits are usually taken care of for you. Another big benefit of using a recruitment company is that it won't cost you a single cent, as...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - English Grammar Overview Parts Of Speech Nouns - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  Let's begin our examination of parts of speech with nouns. Nouns are our naming words. They name a person or people, such as Jack, Jill, brother, Prime Minister. We have a place or places such as kitchen, Tokyo. Things or the things around us: pen, light, camera. We have our concepts and ideas: beauty, democracy. These people, things, places and concepts fall into two basic subcategories. Those subcategories are countable and uncountable. As their name suggests, the differentiation here is whether or not we can count our nouns or if we cannot count them. We have our countable nouns: dogs, pens, are two examples. The very nature of the words means that we can count these nouns one dog or 5, 10. Then, we have our uncountable nouns. The nouns that cannot be separated: music, bread....  [Read more]

Ask a Non-Native TEFL Teacher: Career, Motivation, Self-Development - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hey guys it's liza here and i'm super happy to welcome you to our weekly itttt live session uh today we are going to talk um about some usual teaching stuff and if you are interested in anything related to tefl teaching or um probably career building so feel free to uh comment and i'll try to help you out and reach you back with uh my thoughts and ideas um and maybe you'll find um my suggestions useful okay uh i have to fix my camera just slightly i feel like it's moving moving down somehow so um i hope that you can hear me clearly and you can see me clearly and if you see this video if you see this live please let me know where are you guys from so what's something is wrong with my camera uh for some reason i don't know why but uh it's just moving it's just uh going down for some reason...  [Read more]

The Secrets of Learning Proper Grammar in an ESL Class - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Learning grammar is, suffice it to say, one of the most important points to focus on. Equally, for foreign students, they need to know not just about vocabulary but how and why vocabulary "hangs" in a certain way within a sentence. In my teaching experience, grammar has been difficult from the standpoint of getting the student to agree with the fact that it is important. I've found that many clients have been indoctrinated into believing that grammar is "hard", "boring" "dull" and worst of all, "unnecessary". This has been a challenge, to say the least. As a foreign language teacher, I've had to not mention grammar at all and introduce it as "how to use English correctly". This new perspective for a person who has experienced a bad time with English...  [Read more]

All the Documents You Will Need to Teach English Abroad - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker Visa and Legal If you have completed your TEFL certification course and are getting ready to head overseas to teach, you are certain to have plenty of things to organize. One area that often causes unnecessary stress is ensuring you have all the documents you will need to make the move. Luckily, this process is not as difficult as you might imagine. Although the exact requirements will vary from country to country and job to job, if you follow our straightforward breakdown you should find you have everything you need when you need it. The Essential Documents A Passport Valid for at Least Two Years A High-Quality TEFL-Based CV A Unique and Meaningful Cover Letter Reference Letters The 'Just-In-Case-You-Need-Them' Documents Criminal Record Background Check University...  [Read more]

How to apply for TEFL jobs? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

TEFL related teaching jobs are available in almost every country worldwide and due to a huge demand for qualified teachers, jobs are all but guaranteed in some areas. To ensure you have the widest range of positions to choose from and the best chance of landing that dream job, there are several things you can do to put yourself at the head of the queue. How do I apply for TEFL jobs online? What are the pros and cons of applying for TEFL jobs online? What are the pros and cons of using a TEFL recruitment company? What about national TEFL recruitment programs? What are the pros and cons of applying for TEFL jobs locally? Should I take a TEFL course in the country where I want to work? Should I use more than one method of TEFL job hunting? Should I pay for a job placement teaching...  [Read more]

Live Session: Overview of All the Documents You Will Need to Teach English Abroad - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva Budget and Salary TEFL Information Teaching Ideas Hi guys, Linda here from ITTT with another live session. Super excited to be here again, thanks so much for tuning in today and if you're listening to this as a podcast episode thanks so much for the download, we really appreciated it. We turn all of our live sessions into podcast episodes and you can find them on all major podcast platforms like iTunes, Google Podcasts, and Spotify. Just search for the TEFL and TESOL Podcast by ITTT and you will find all our episodes there. Watch the live session here Awesome, so keep watching for the documents and let's jump in now we have a good group of people. Okay, let's jump into today's topic, all the documents that you will need for teaching English abroad. We're obviously going to...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - English Grammar Overview Parts Of Speech Adjectives - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  Moving further down our list of parts of speech, we have our adjectives. Adjectives modify or describe nouns. Basically, they give more information about the noun. Here, we've used a noun such as chair. It could be any old chair. It's only the noun. If we want to describe the noun, we need to use an adjective before it. So, I could say "I have an old black leather chair". Here, we have to be concerned about the adjective order. In this instance, I started with age, as age typically goes before color and then I use the color to go before the material. This is a certain pattern. Depending on the adjectives you want to use, you always have to use certain patterns to which you'll need to be aware of when teaching your class. Another way to describe a noun is by showing possession. We...  [Read more]

Evaluation and Testing: What is the Necessity? - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas During the grammar lessons of learning English, the aspect of tenses is inevitable. Tenses could be passed, present or future which could further be broken up into simple past, simple present or future continuous just to highlight a few. The past tense is important because it gives one some background information about an event when such an event is assessed. What is testing? What is evaluation? Why is it important for students and teachers? Course review Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate David K. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Testing is a process that can be done using a particular scale...  [Read more]

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Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Volunteer English teaching is a very popular option with many people. It can take many forms and can be undertaken in a huge range of countries worldwide. Here we look at a few issues that might help you find the best places to teach English as a volunteer. Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas This is a frequently asked question and we usually answer it with another question: Where are you in your ESL teaching career? Regardless of your answer, there will be a course which will meet your specific needs. So what are the options? Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Visual aids have always been a part of teaching methodology because they obviously work and aid...  [Read more]

TEFL Q&A: Online ESL Teaching - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hey guys welcome to the itty weekly live stream uh my name is lisa and i'm super glad to welcome you uh today uh so while i'm waiting for some more people to join us uh let me introduce uh today's topic uh so today's live stream is going to be pretty short but concise because i'm going to focus just on one specific point which is online esl teaching uh and if you guys have any questions related to this problem feel free to comment uh feel free to uh use the comment section uh to send your questions or maybe concerns um and uh as for myself i am actually going to address uh top five um questions i've been asked recently on the point of online english teaching um so this is probably the outline of today's session if you have any questions related to uh some other topics um like tefl...  [Read more]

TEFL New York City - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL USA ▷ ITTT course

There is no other place quite like new york City and our TEFL course there combines the professionalism of our training staff with the heart pounding excitement of one of the largest metropolitan neighbourhoods on Earth. New York City’s attractions speak for themselves: the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, Yankee Stadium, the Metropolitan Museum of Natural History, the list goes on and on and on. If you like the theatre, you will love Broadway. If you are keen on sports, why not visit Madison Square Garden? Whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed. The city’s incredible diversity, rich culture and impeccable style will delight even the biggest sceptics. Our centre is conveniently located...  [Read more]

Should we teach culture in the EFL classroom? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Absolutely. Language is deeply intertwined with culture, serving as its vocal representation. While mastering vocabulary and grammar is crucial, to fully understand the essence of English, EFL students should immerse themselves in the culture of English-speaking nations. This entails exploring cultural facets like music, films, literature, culinary traditions, and even fashion. Incorporating cultural elements not only enriches EFL lessons but also resonates with students, making the learning process more engaging and comprehensive. Use authentic materials Compare two cultures Introduce live native speakers Use food as a tool Use songs as a tool Use Online Resources Authentic materials can be anything that native English speakers might use that can be adapted for use in an EFL classroom....  [Read more]

TEFL Tokyo - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Japan ▷ ITTT course

Tokyo is a truly wonderful city in which to complete your TEFL training. This endlessly exciting city has welcoming and friendly people, world class bars and restaurants, a vibrant and varied nightlife and streets that constantly bustle with energy. You will also find the city has very little crime, a variety of public transport options that run like clockwork, convenience stores in the form of 24-hour shops and vending machines that cater to every imaginable need, as well as numerous cultural attractions such as museums, theatres and art galleries. On top of these attractions, you will also find plenty of post-TEFL course opportunities for teaching English right across Japan as the job market is very healthy year round. A wide variety of employers all seek the services of a qualified EFL...  [Read more]

8 Big Mistakes To Avoid When Applying for TEFL Jobs - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello hi linda here from itt back with another live session this week i told you same time same place i would be here so i hope you are too thank you for taking some time out of your day today to spend it with me today we're going to talk about applying for tefl jobs eight big mistakes to avoid that's today's topic kind of continuing on our like job seeking series um i did a couple of those kind of job related videos or live sessions in the past few weeks so i thought this would fit perfectly into our little collection um as always we do save our previous live sessions in our playlists um you can find them on facebook you can also find them on youtube just like we are live on both platforms today so we are live on facebook and we're also live on youtube at the same time so if you can see...  [Read more]

The Best Ice Breaker Games Every EFL Teacher Should Know - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hi guys hey linda here from itt with another live session this week i'm so happy to be here again hope to see many of you guys today thanks so much for joining if you're listening to this as a podcast episode thank you so much for the download we recently just hit 3500 podcast downloads which is super exciting thank you so much for your support and um yeah today's topic i'm really excited about because it's something a little bit different than what i'm usually talking about and today i'm going to share with you the the best icebreaker games that every efl teacher should know so yeah i'm gonna be showing you guys what fun games you can play in your classes i know that some of you are already teaching and you probably know some of these games or you know versions of these games so feel...  [Read more]

ESA (Engage-Study-Activate) Writing Skills Lesson Plan for an Elementary English Class - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Teaching writing skills to elementary English learners can be an exciting and rewarding experience. With a well-structured lesson plan, you can engage students, introduce key concepts, and provide opportunities for practice. In this blog post, we'll walk you through a sample one-hour straight arrow ESA (Engage-Study-Activate) writing skills lesson plan, tailored for an elementary English class. Engage (10 minutes): Study (25 minutes): Activate (20 minutes): Summary (5 minutes): Are you ready to teach English as a foreign language? Related Articles: Check out what our course grads say in our many video testimonials! To kickstart the class, begin with a lively warm-up activity that activates students' prior knowledge and generates interest...  [Read more]

Teaching English in 2021: Setting Realistic TEFL Goals - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello and welcome to another live session from itt my name is linda and yeah it's so good to have you here if you can see me and if you can hear me please leave a comment that would be really really helpful so that i know that everything is working well because i think sometimes there is an issue with my mic i don't know what's wrong today um but oh okay somebody already said hi or hey hey mansi thanks for joining that's awesome okay so i guess you guys can hear me you can't see me so it's great perfect hello hi tiana cool so sometimes my mic kind of turns off i don't know why that is weird but at least i get a notification and i just have to turn it back on i'm so sorry about that don't know why that keeps happening anyway we're just gonna go with that and um yep so thanks so much for...  [Read more]

What should I know about TEFL interviews and contracts? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Job interviews are notorious for causing anxiety, but if you know what to expect and you prepare accordingly you should find they are not as bad as you are expecting. The essential nature of any interview is to show that you are confident in your teaching ability, keen to get started, and able to fit into the existing workforce. By doing some research and planning in advance, you should be able to demonstrate all of this and land the job on the spot. How do I prepare for an interview for teaching English abroad? What are the basic things to remember for a TEFL job interview? How should I dress for a TEFL job interview? What language should I use in a TEFL job interview? What cultural issues should I be aware of during a TEFL job interview? What are the most common questions to...  [Read more]

Where to teach English Online: Best Websites to Teach on for Both Native and Non-Native Speakers - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello everybody so lisa's here and i'm super glad to um welcome you to today's session i'm excited that um it didn't take long uh after the previous one and by the way if you didn't see uh the previous lifestyle i strongly recommend you to do that because um last week we discussed uh teaching in china and i know that many people are interested in going abroad to teach and to discover new cultures so if you want uh to know a little bit more about it um just feel free to check out the previous life and today we are actually going to talk about a slightly different approach to teaching which is online teaching uh it is also super valuable and uh today's session uh will will take approximately 45 minutes so we'll cover um first we'll cover um some of the teaching modes in online teaching...  [Read more]

7 Misconceptions about TEFL Uncovered - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva TEFL Information Teaching English abroad is a career more popular than ever. However, with so many options and resources about TEFL available online, there is a lot of false information out there. This post uncovers the seven most common misconceptions about TEFL and clears up any confusion! Misconception #1: You need a degree to teach English abroad Misconception #2: TEFL is only for young people Misconception #3: TEFL doesn't pay well Misconception #4: You need to speak another language Misconception #5: It's really hard to find a job teaching English abroad Misconception #6: You don't need a TEFL qualification if you're a native English speaker Misconception #7: You have to teach kids Listen to this blog post Are you ready to start a new career teaching English...  [Read more]

The Best Government-Run Programs For Teaching English Abroad - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

My name is linda i'm from itt international tefl and tesol training and um yeah i'm back again today for another live session and yeah if you can hear me if you can see me because i'm trying out a new mic today so if that is um working well um i need to know if you can hear me and you can see me so please leave a quick comment um just throwing in a high and where you're watching from so that i know that you can hear me clearly and that you can see me and that you're here and ready to go through today's live and today's topic that would be really really great um yeah my name is linda um working for itt and i have been living in south korea for five and a half years so for me right now it's 10 a.m friday morning in south korea and yeah let me know where you are tuning in from and what time...  [Read more]

Teaching English in China in 2023: Requirements, Job Market, and More - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Hi, welcome Linda here from ITTT. Thanks for joining today. Thanks for taking some time out of your day. I know it's a little bit later than usually, but that's because we have a guest today which I'm gonna announce and introduce in a short while. So thank you guys for being here. Yeah, this is what we're going to talk about today, teaching English in China, what you need to know for the next year. A lot of things have changed because of COVID, because of the pandemic, and all those things. So that's why we invited Dan from Teach English Global, and he's gonna tell us all about it today. So, yeah, thanks for being here, and as always, please don't forget to like and subscribe so you never miss any of our other upcoming live sessions. We go live every week, usually this day, different time....  [Read more]

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