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Games in the Classroom: Good or Bad? - TEFL Blog


Fri, 09 Aug 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Games in the Classroom: Good or Bad? Are games in a classroom a good idea? There seem to be two trains of thought regarding this. Games in the classroom can be seen as being a good thing and also seen as a time-waster and something that shouldn't be used at school once a student is out of the early years of elementary school. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: Personal Experience Nature of Game Play Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Brandie K. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Listen to this blog post: Personal Experience At the school, I currently work at,...  [Read more]

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Elizaveta Pachina Liza is a translator, freelancer and ESL teacher from Russia. She had been teaching in a Chinese bilingual school for more than two years and recently moved to Thiland to run her blog about teaching and freelance job. Read my articles How is Language Acquisition Influenced by Reading? | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Language acquisition is a complex process. Reading is a part of it. In this blog post, our TEFL graduate explains how reading influences a foreign language acquisition. The Cultural Problem for Learners in an EFL Classroom in Morocco | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Our TEFL graduate shares their observations of cultural challenges at schools in Morocco. What Benefits do Communication Games in the...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Tefl Vacancies In Korea


TEFL Vacancies in Korea Date posted:2010-10-20 | Writer: ETEC | Email: [email protected] Island Life Anyone? Amazing Low stress positions in Gorgeous Geoje Island, South KoreaGeoje is the second biggest Island with a population of 250,000 people. It’s just off the southern coast of Busan and there is a bridge that connects it to the mainland. They are in just completed a new bridge which will cut down the travel time to 40 minutes. It will be completed in 2010. Currently, there are ferries to Busan which take 1 hour. It is very serene with amazing natural landscape and breathtaking beaches, yet at the same time it is not inundated with tourist attractions. There are around 200 foreigners in a tight night community.This particular school has a great track record and has been in business...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Tefl Vacancies In Korea


TEFL Vacancies in Korea Date posted:2010-10-20 | Writer: ETEC | Email: [email protected] Island Life Anyone? Amazing Low stress positions in Gorgeous Geoje Island, South KoreaGeoje is the second biggest Island with a population of 250,000 people. It’s just off the southern coast of Busan and there is a bridge that connects it to the mainland. They are in just completed a new bridge which will cut down the travel time to 40 minutes. It will be completed in 2010. Currently, there are ferries to Busan which take 1 hour. It is very serene with amazing natural landscape and breathtaking beaches, yet at the same time it is not inundated with tourist attractions. There are around 200 foreigners in a tight night community.This particular school has a great track record and has been in business...  [Read more]

The Many Sides of The Teaching Job in Japan - TEFL Blog


Thu, 30 May 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences The Many Sides of The Teaching Job in Japan What do you think of when I say the word "teacher"? When I think of this word, I think of the "teacher when I was a child. The person who talked and I listened. The person who gave me instructions and I followed. I think in today's environment this word has changed. What does the word "teacher" mean today? We'll look at what the roles of a teacher are in today's ESL world in Japan, where I've taught for over 14 years. Table of Contents Types of Teachers in Japan Responsibilities Are you ready to teach English all over the world? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post We use many synonyms for the term "teacher". In elementary schools, junior high schools, and high schools in Japan...  [Read more]

TEFL Taiwan - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Tefl In Taoyuan Taiwan


TEFL in Taoyuan, Taiwan Date posted:2007-07-11 | Writer: ESL Gateway | Email: [email protected] Full time / Part timePreferable nationality:AustraliaCanadaIrelandNew ZealandSouth AfricaUnited KingdomUnited StatesThe school, based in Taoyuan, Taiwan, specializes in giving elementary school students a strict environment in which to learn basic English skills. Our intensive, after-school program is designed to give students a strong foundation in all areas of the language. Our students are more confident and better prepared to continue learning English in school and later in life.The school offers excellent opportunities to learn Chinese while earning a salary. You don't need a good Chinese ability, but must be interested in learning Chinese.The age of students ranges from 7 to 13....  [Read more]

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Elizaveta Pachina Liza is a translator, freelancer and ESL teacher from Russia. She had been teaching in a Chinese bilingual school for more than two years and recently moved to Thiland to run her blog about teaching and freelance job. Read my articles How English can Influence a Student's Future Career | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas English is a powerful tool these days. How can it influence your career? Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts. How Learning a Second Language is Different from the First | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Our TEFL graduate explains the differences between first and second language acquisition. How Teaching Slang and Idioms Can Help Students Understand the Context and Connotations Surrounding the English...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in South Korea


TEFL jobs in South Korea 510 Million Euros were spent on English language materials in Asia in 2002. That’s a lot of money, getting close to a Billion $ US. A large part of this was spent in South Korea. After the Japanese, Koreans spend more on English language learning than any other country in Asia, with the Chinese closing ground yearly. TEFL jobs in Korea can be found almost everywhere and anywhere. Such is the demand TEFL graduates have no problem in finding a TEFL job in Korea. Pay is good, cost of living reasonable and you can expect to save a good part of your salary each month. Culturally, Korea in mind-boggling. Expect to teach in a country unlike any other. Pay a visit to Teaching English in Korea for further information on teaching here. View sample TEFL job offers in...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in Korea


TEFL jobs in Korea 510 Million Euros were spent on English language materials in Asia in 2002. That’s a lot of money, getting close to a Billion $ US. A large part of this was spent in South Korea. After the Japanese, Koreans spend more on English language learning than any other country in Asia, with the Chinese closing ground yearly. TEFL jobs in Korea can be found almost everywhere and anywhere. Such is the demand TEFL graduates have no problem in finding a TEFL job in Korea. Pay is good, cost of living reasonable and you can expect to save a good part of your salary each month. Culturally, Korea in mind-boggling. Expect to teach in a country unlike any other. Pay a visit to Teaching English in Korea for further information on teaching here. View sample TEFL job offers in Korea...  [Read more]

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Elizaveta Pachina Liza is a translator, freelancer and ESL teacher from Russia. She had been teaching in a Chinese bilingual school for more than two years and recently moved to Thiland to run her blog about teaching and freelance job. Read my articles A Sample Lesson Plan For a 2nd Grade Classroom | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Here, our TEFL graduate shares a sample lesson plan for teaching 2nd grade. What Are The Differences Between Foreign Language and Mother Tongue Acquisition? | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas In this blog post, our TEFL graduate considers the main differences between first and second language acquisition. Several Ways to Implement Popular Songs in the Young ESL Classroom | ITTT | TEFL Blog Elizaveta Pachina ...  [Read more]

3 Experiences Possible in the ESL Teaching Career - TEFL Blog


Mon, 10 Jun 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas 3 Experiences Possible in the ESL Teaching Career My teaching journey has started when I decided to study science education at university because since I was a child, I'd loved to teach and to learn, to share knowledge and to understand the world around me. There I could learn a lot about didactics, learning theories and psychology, teaching methods, and many other human sciences, in addition to several hours of internship at elementary schools and kindergarten. Table of Contents Personal Language Learning Experience 1. Improvisation 2. Communicational Skills 3. Lesson Planning Current Practice Do you want to teach English abroad? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Full Time Efl Position In Korea


Full Time EFL Position in Korea Date posted:2017-08-15 | Writer: SLI Education | Email: [email protected] Suwon Global Village (SGV) is currently looking for an EFL teacher who can start working in Sep 2017. We are an English immersion center and do not teach in a traditional classroom environment. We have themed classes such as airplane, cooking, science lab, gym, and etc. providing students with the opportunity to learn English through role-play, activities and games. We believe that experiencing English in such an environment allows students to learn more effectively, have fun, and feel comfortable. JOB DETAILS: • Job Type: Full-Time • Contract Period: One year • Start date: Sep 2017 • Students: Kindergarten, elementary and middle school • Time: 09:00 ~ 18:00 (M~F) • Pay:...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Full Time Efl Position In Korea


Full Time EFL Position in Korea Date posted:2017-08-15 | Writer: SLI Education | Email: [email protected] Suwon Global Village (SGV) is currently looking for an EFL teacher who can start working in Sep 2017. We are an English immersion center and do not teach in a traditional classroom environment. We have themed classes such as airplane, cooking, science lab, gym, and etc. providing students with the opportunity to learn English through role-play, activities and games. We believe that experiencing English in such an environment allows students to learn more effectively, have fun, and feel comfortable. JOB DETAILS: • Job Type: Full-Time • Contract Period: One year • Start date: Sep 2017 • Students: Kindergarten, elementary and middle school • Time: 09:00 ~ 18:00 (M~F) • Pay:...  [Read more]

A Journey in English Teaching: From Language School to Personalized Success - TEFL Blog


Fri, 27 Oct 2023 Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas A Journey in English Teaching: From Language School to Personalized Success Drawing on my substantial personal teaching experience, I naturally gravitated toward this topic for a summative task. Throughout my six years of teaching English, I have encountered various settings, approaches, and challenges. Here, I recount my journey from a language school to one-on-one tutoring, highlighting my evolving teaching methods, materials, and strategies. Table of Contents From Language School to One-on-One Teaching Embracing One-on-One Tutoring Crafting Engaging Lessons Interactive Learning and Progress Evolving with Proficiency Shaping Language Skills Insights from Teaching Individual Students Tailoring...  [Read more]

TEFL Japan - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in Japan


TEFL jobs in Japan The TEFL jobs market in Japan is possibly the largest in the world. With tens of thousands of TEFL teachers required year after year. Teaching in Japan is often a pleasant experience. Expect to work hard and earn well. There are many online resources for finding TEFL jobs in Japan. If you run a quick search on Google, you’ll find hundreds of TEFL jobs in Japan at any one time. TEFL jobs are plentiful in every city and town. Choose your preferred location before hand and the chances are you will find a TEFL job there. Should you need to, seek direct school contacts from online language school directories. For further particulars, visit Teaching English in Japan. View job offers on the following pages to gain an insight into TEFL jobs in Japan.  IB DP English...  [Read more]

TEFL Taiwan - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Esl Teachers Needed In Chiayi Taiwan


ESL Teachers Needed in Chiayi, Taiwan Date posted:2011-08-16 | Writer: Modern Language School | Email: [email protected] The Modern Language School is looking for mature, good-humored, creative and motivated TEFL qualified teachers to fill a position starting on September 13. Our students range from elementary school to high school, with class sizes as small as individual, one-on-one arrangements to groups of 16 students. Our curriculum encourages teachers to use their individuality and creativity by providing an extensive supply of teaching materials, including games, handouts, reference books and other activities. Our staff has over 35 years of teaching experience, and a teacher trainer is on duty everyday to share ideas. Monthly workshops provide the teachers with the opportunity to...  [Read more]

TEFL Asia General - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in Asia General


TEFL Jobs in Asia General  How about Teaching English in Cambodia? Writer: AVSE-TESOL | Email: [email protected] We help ‘adventure seekers’ start a well-paid job teaching English in Cambodia in record time – with the right work visa, accommodation, valid teaching certification – and zero headaches.AVSE-TESOL is a market leader in Cambodia's booming education and training sectors. We have entered contracts with 93 schools in Cambodia to provide quality candidates for ongoing, well-paid jobs teaching English as a second language (ESL). These positions offer an excellent opportunity for professionally-minded people - newcomers and experienced ESL teachers - of all ages who are motivated to teach English abroad. •    While a university degree is highly...  [Read more]

Motivating All Groups of Students - TEFL Blog


Mon, 10 Jun 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Motivating All Groups of Students In my experience of teaching in an institution in South Korea, I have found one of the most vital elements to my students succeeding, is to establish a positive and comfortable environment in my classroom. To do so, it is essential that my students be highly motivated. In the following paragraphs, my aim is to show why motivating students is so important and to give examples of some of the most effective ways to do so. Table of Contents Teacher's Nightmare My Experience Reward System Motivating Older Learners Motivating Falling Behind Students Are you ready to teach different groups of ESL students? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate...  [Read more]

Teaching Practice: Great Privilege and Responsibility - TEFL Blog


Tue, 02 Jun 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Teaching Practice: Great Privilege and Responsibility My friends and I live in a predominantly Indian neighborhood in a suburban Midwest town in the United States. Most of our neighbors are Indian nationals who are in the US temporarily on corporate-sponsored work visas, families where one or both parents work outside the home during the day while their children attend local American public schools. One of my friends, a high school math teacher, was asked by her neighbor to tutor two elementary school-aged children in English, her son in first grade, and her daughter in third grade. Table of Contents Individual Training Engage Phase Study Stage Activate Stage Reading For Pleasure OTP Feedback Do you want to teach English abroad? Take...  [Read more]

Acknowledging Different Challenges With Learning - TEFL Blog


Mon, 19 Aug 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Acknowledging Different Challenges With Learning I have been teaching English in Taiwan at a local elementary school, grades 1-6 with three different co-teachers since the end of August 2018. One of the biggest challenges I have faced so far is the fact that each student is very different, and all have different learning abilities and struggles with learning English. Table of Contents What Causes Challenges in The Classroom? My Personal Teaching Experience All Students Are Different Team Building Within the Class Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Aria T. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs...  [Read more]

Accredited TEFL Certificate - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Accredited TEFL certificate Check out tefl tesol about Accredited TEFL certificate and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts T.G. - U.S.A. said: Teaching one to oneWhen most esl students start learning English for the first time, they typically start lessons in a group setting. The biggest reason for this is that they usually start learning English in the Elementary or Middle school. The students are accustomed to studying in groups from an early age. This group classroom dynamic is something that is continued in most English school because there are many advantages to it. However, in...  [Read more]

Teaching in Japan: Problems of Local Learners - TEFL Blog


Thu, 05 Mar 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Teaching in Japan: Problems of Local Learners In this essay I will be discussing the problems for young Japanese learners of English, and what problems Japanese learners often encounter as well as explaining some of the reasons why teachers can run into problems while teaching in Japan. I will be referring to the book "The Smart Guide to Teaching English in Japan' by Charlie Moritz and Martin Bragalone, as well as drawing from my knowledge and experiences of studying and volunteering in Japan. Japan can be a challenging but rewarding country to work in, despite stereotypes of Japanese people being polite and studious so it is important to consider that reality can be different when teaching in Japan. Table of Contents Eikaiwa...  [Read more]

What Makes a Good Motivator? - TEFL Blog


Fri, 16 Aug 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas What Makes a Good Motivator? Learners, whether children or adults, tend to lack attention in the classroom at some point. Certainly, this problem varies from one type of age-range to the other. Indeed, this issue may be due to different reasons: mature students may be tired from work, whereas youngsters may struggle to keep up with the content. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: Classroom Motivation Teacher's Personality Punctual Teacher Choice of Activities Methodology Group Work Implementing Different Strategies Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Debora M. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent...  [Read more]

Top 10 ESL Activities for Older English Learners - TEFL Blog


Tue, 02 Mar 2021 Francesca Marchi TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Top 10 ESL Activities for Older English Learners From my experience, when you deal with older ESL learners, you have to take into account the fact that they do not want to look bad while practicing their English skills. Actually, activities and exercises should make them feel at ease and confident in their learning, as well as satisfied with the goals achieved so far. It goes without saying that the teaching techniques that include a direct confrontation between an adult student and the teacher or a classmate as a judge of their performance should be avoided so as not to make them feel uncomfortable. Here are a few ideas for you to try. Table of Contents 1) Personal Questions and Answers 2)...  [Read more]

An Overview of Common Challenges of ESL Students from Japan - TEFL Blog


Mon, 04 May 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences An Overview of Common Challenges of ESL Students from Japan Japan is a nation that has tried to increase its citizens' English ability, especially with the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games being held in their country. However, progress has been slow and not fruitful. There are various reasons for this slow stagnation of the nation's English abilities such as the larger academic system and access to proper education in rural areas. However, I will focus on three main hurdles that Japanese learners of English must face that can impede their English education. Table of Contents Japanese vs. English Phonetics Alphabet Japanese English Class Style Problems Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This...  [Read more]

Global TEFL Language - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Global TEFL Language Check out tefl tesol about Global TEFL Language and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts C.J. - U.S.A. said: Learning Difficulties I narrowed the general topic Learning Difficulties to the Asian community. I expected to see more articles discussing the problems Asian students have learning English. And yet the emphasis was on how teaching methodology creates many of those problems. The articles would generally refer to pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar. Asian students have problems pronouncing certain sounds such as ?l? and ?r? because of the different...  [Read more]

The Role of the EFL Teacher in Mitigating the Obstacle of Illiteracy in English Language Learning - TEFL Blog


Mon, 03 Aug 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences The Role of the EFL Teacher in Mitigating the Obstacle of Illiteracy in English Language Learning There is widespread recognition that the demand for EFL services in developed nations is high. A myriad of EFL/ESL courses has sprung up aiming to train teachers to meet this need. Most of these EFL/ESL certification courses function on the premise that the teacher will be working with students for whom the acquisition of English is either a matter of personal aspiration or a requirement for a job position, visa, etc. Table of Contents The Problem of Teaching Resources Access to English Classes Global Challenges Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: Check out what our course grads say in our many...  [Read more]

The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: All You Need to Know and How to Apply - TEFL Blog


Mon, 15 Oct 2018 Laura Payne Destinations TEFL Information The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: All You Need to Know and How to Apply The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program is not the only means to teach English in Japan, but it is one of the most popular programs out there both for aspiring teachers and those who wish to pursue other fields. I first joined this program a little over a year ago. In the short time since then, I've gained incredibly valuable experiences through my work as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT). Table of Contents The History of JET Duties of an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) How to Apply for the JET Program Remuneration and Living Rewards of JET Common Challenges for ALTs The JET Community Listen to this blog post What are you waiting...  [Read more]

The Principles of Teaching ESL in Waldorf Elementary School - TEFL Blog


Wed, 27 May 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas The Principles of Teaching ESL in Waldorf Elementary School The first Waldorf School was founded in 1919 in Stuttgart for the children of the workers in the Waldorf Astoria cigarette factory. The school's doors were open for all the children regardless of their social status. It was the end of World War I and because of post-war chaos, people were looking for new educational systems. In such an environment, it was not difficult for Waldorf pedagogy to find its place among other reform movements. Today there are more than 1000 Waldorf schools all around the world. Table of Contents The History of Waldorf Why Children Learn Fast? Waldorf System Lesson Structure Curriculum Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today!...  [Read more]

Teaching ESL & Knowing Your Audience: Young Learners vs. Adults - TEFL Blog


Wed, 13 Feb 2019 Jon ITTT Alumni Experiences Teaching ESL & Knowing Your Audience: Young Learners vs. Adults Whether speaking at a public event where thousands have gathered, or talking politics around a table with friends, this simple piece of advice is well-known to anyone who has ever done any public speaking. But, it is also critical advice for the aspiring teacher—whether those teaching English as a second language, or those teaching chemistry in high school. The more well-acquainted a teacher is with his or her classroom, the more successful he or she will be in engaging their minds in the topic at hand. Table of Contents Motivations of Young Learners Information Presentation Language Retention Take a TEFL course and start learning to be a better teacher! Listen to...  [Read more]

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