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Typical Challenges Faced by English Students from Cambodia - TEFL Blog


Tue, 07 Jul 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Typical Challenges Faced by English Students from Cambodia There are always struggles and problems with learners of English as a foreign language in different countries. Cambodia is no exception. The Cambodian educational system has undergone many changes in its history. The Pol Pot genocidal regime between 1975-1979 forced the educational system of the nation to collapse. After a long prohibition of the English language and the end of the cold war, the government and people of Cambodia chose the English language to be the second language to communicate and do business. In 1986 the ban from teaching English was lifted. Since it is such a relatively new language in the everyday educational system, learners of English can have problems...  [Read more]

TEFL Asia General - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Help Drive Cambodia S Development By Teaching English ann. 2


Help Drive Cambodia’s Development By Teaching English Date posted:2017-08-24 | Writer: Conversation with Foreigners | Email: [email protected] Volunteer in Cambodia is seeking volunteer EFL teachers to teach Khmer students English at our language center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, starting in November 2017, February 2018 and May 2018. If you are in Cambodia now, we also have jobs available starting 30thAugust. Profits from student fees help provide a sustainable source of core funding for the development projects of our partner NGO's : access to clean water, eco-tourism, education, human rights and many more ! You will be in the school ‘Conversation with Foreigners’ with its unique in-house curriculum that draws on the students’ desire to share their traditions and...  [Read more]

My Amazing Personal Teaching Experience - TEFL Blog


Thu, 14 Mar 2019 Jon ITTT Alumni Experiences My Amazing Personal Teaching Experience My teaching experience started back in 1988 where I was working for a company called Bryco Windows. They are a UPVC window and door manufacturer where my position was Sales Trainer. My job was to teach new staff and train them to understand the sales process and how to close the sale. This was a hard job to do as a salesman as the sales people got a lot of knock backs (no sale). Part of my job as sales trainer was to keep them motivated. Sometimes this got very hard with some sales people and many people left. The employee turnover was very high as not many people actually could master it. I worked there for four years in this position and met some really good people who did very well. Table of...  [Read more]

TEFL Asia General - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Immediate Opportunities In Cambodia For Efl Teachers ann. 2


Immediate Opportunities in Cambodia For EFL Teachers Date posted:2019-08-01 | Writer: Learning Jungle Cambodia | Email: [email protected] Learning Jungle Cambodia are currently looking for 3 dynamic and enthusiastic EFL teachers for our Kindergarten Program in Phnom Penh; the students ages range from 2 years to 6 years old. We offer a competitive salary and generous holiday leave. Interested candidates are invited to send their CV and indicate the preferred start date to the email address given on the job heading.    PACKAGE: • Competitive salary depending on the experience and education starting from 1600 USD • Initial training and on-going coaching provided by an experienced co-ordinator • Mon-Fri 7:30am to 4:30pm (27h for teaching and 13h for preparation; 1h...  [Read more]

TEFL Asia General - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Job In Cambodia Teaching Young Learners Efl


Job in Cambodia Teaching Young Learners EFL Date posted:2016-08-24 | Writer: Learning Jungle Cambodia | Email: [email protected] Have you completed the ITTT Young Learners course? Learning Jungle Cambodia, a Canadian franchise school in Phnom Penh, is currently recruiting Female Early Childhood Educators for our Kindergarten Campus. The students’ ages range from 1.5 years to 6 years old.  MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Prepare documents and lesson plans for teaching. 2. Manage a group of teaching assistants who will help you in the classroom. 3. Be able to work peacefully with team members and students from different cultural backgrounds. 4. Follow the core-values and mission of the Learning Jungle School. REQUIREMENTS: • We prefer native level English speakers • Holder...  [Read more]

The 12 Most Affordable Countries For Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Wed, 04 Jul 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations The 12 Most Affordable Countries For Teaching English Abroad Many thousands of people every year embark on their adventure of teaching English in a foreign country around the world. The options are almost limitless but which are the most affordable countries for teaching English abroad? Table of Contents 1. Argentina 2. Cambodia 3. China 4. Czech Republic 5. Ecuador 6. Laos 7. Mexico 8. Nepal 9. Peru 10. Philippines 11. Thailand 12. Vietnam Listen to this blog post Are you ready to start a new career teaching English overseas? Related Articles: 1. Argentina If Latin America interests you Argentina is among the top destinations for teaching English as a foreign language in the region. The country has a high demand for qualified English...  [Read more]

The 10 Best Destinations for Teaching English Abroad in 2018 - TEFL Blog


Tue, 27 Feb 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations The 10 Best Destinations for Teaching English Abroad in 2018 2018 is the perfect year to go and see the world. Currently, there are around 1.75 billion people speaking and learning English around the world and researchers say that by 2020 more than two billion people will speak and learn English. This means, now is the perfect time to embark on your adventure of teaching English abroad. Whether you are looking for opportunities in Asia, South America, the Middle East or Europe, qualified English teachers are hired everywhere. Even English-speaking countries have a never-before-seen demand for ESL teachers. Table of Contents 2018 is the perfect year to go and see the world. 10. Teaching English in Taiwan 9. Teaching English in Spain 8....  [Read more]

Top 10 Cities in Asia with the Highest Demand for English Language Teachers - TEFL Blog


Thu, 12 Apr 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations Top 10 Cities in Asia with the Highest Demand for English Language Teachers Asia is the most popular destination for teaching English in the world with dozens of exciting regions to choose from. Moreover, Asia offers teaching jobs to people of all backgrounds, including native and non-native English speakers and those with or without a degree. Here are the top 10 cities in Asia with the highest demand for English language teachers. Table of Contents Bangkok - The City of Angels Hanoi - The City of Lakes Hong Kong - The Pearl of the Orient Kuala Lumpur - The City of Contrast and Diversity Seoul - The City of Fortune Shanghai - The City That Never Sleeps Siem Reap - The City of Temples Singapore - The Lion City Taipei - The City of...  [Read more]

How much money can you make teaching English in Southeast Asia? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How much money can you make teaching English in Southeast Asia? Although the average salary for EFL teachers in Southeast Asia is significantly less than that of some other countries across the continent, the region still draws a large number of teachers to countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. While you might struggle to save a great deal of your earnings during your stay, you should still be able to live comfortably in your country of choice. Table of Contents How much can I earn teaching English in Thailand? Who are the main employers of English language teachers in Thailand? Who else employs English language teachers in Thailand? What is the cost of living for English teachers in Thailand? How much can I earn teaching English in Cambodia? What kinds of schools...  [Read more]

The 8 Best Countries in Asia for Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Thu, 22 Mar 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations The 8 Best Countries in Asia for Teaching English Abroad Asia is a premier destination for English teachers due to the ease of travel between countries, good salaries, extra benefits (free flights! free housing!) and the abundance of available jobs. Teaching English overseas provides unlimited opportunities for English speakers from all backgrounds to live, work and travel overseas. Here are the best countries in Asia to teach English as a foreign language in 2018. Table of Contents Vietnam - The Land of the Ascending Dragon Japan - The Land of the Rising Sun South Korea - The Land of the Morning Calm Thailand - The Land of Smiles China - The Land of the Red Dragon Taiwan - The Treasure Island Cambodia - The Land of Peace and Prosperity...  [Read more]

Can I be an English teacher without an English degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Can I be an English teacher without an English degree? Absolutely! Many language schools worldwide are more interested in your teaching skills and passion than your specific educational background. While possessing a degree can offer additional opportunities, it is not a definitive barrier. Many individuals without degrees successfully pursue and thrive in English teaching roles abroad. Table of Contents Why is a degree required to do certain TEFL teaching jobs? How can I get a TEFL job if I don't have a degree? Where can I teach English if I don't have a degree? Why is a degree required to do certain TEFL teaching jobs? While there is no universal mandate stating TEFL teachers must have a bachelor's degree, several TEFL jobs do require one. The primary rationale behind this requirement...  [Read more]

How much money can you make teaching English in Southeast Asia? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How much money can you make teaching English in Southeast Asia? Although the average salary for EFL teachers in Southeast Asia is significantly less than that of some other countries across the continent, the region still draws a large number of teachers to countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. While you might struggle to save a great deal of your earnings during your stay, you should still be able to live comfortably in your country of choice. How much can I earn teaching English in Thailand? Although the country's famously laid-back lifestyle attracts large numbers of foreign teachers, the average salary is generally less attractive when compared to other countries in the region. Teachers without experience can expect to earn around $1,000 per month, which should be...  [Read more]

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Minh Huy Hoang I’m Hoang Minh Huy from United States of America. I have been teaching in Vietnam for 3 years. Prior to Vietnam, I taught in Cambodia and Philippines. My first visited Vietnam in 2010, and since then I have traveled from PhuQuoc to Ha Long Bay, and almost everywhere in between. My favorite place is Da Lat City because of the cool weather, mountains, trees, and flowers. In my free time, I enjoy long rides on my motorbike, walking on the beaches, and traveling. I really enjoy teaching in Vietnam. The English language helps create opportunities for people for advancements and success in life. Read my articles Empowering Young Minds: Fostering Critical Thinking in Education | ITTT | TEFL Blog Minh Huy Hoang TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Discover...  [Read more]

English as a Global Language: What Motivates Students to Learn English? - TEFL Blog


Fri, 24 Jan 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences English as a Global Language: What Motivates Students to Learn English? As an international study major in college, I learned that the United Nations, a non-governmental organization, officially recognizes six world languages: every meeting, written document, and speech are translated into these languages. English is one of them. It is spoken and written by billions of people around the world. Having traveled in eight countries myself, I was surprised to have seen how commonplace it was for countries to translate directional signs in both the official language and in English. A student's mastery of the English language, or in any language, can be a difficult journey to venture. Therefore, this essay will explore what factors may...  [Read more]

Can I be an English teacher without an English degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Can I be an English teacher without an English degree? It is definitely possible to teach English without a degree. There are plenty of language schools that will gladly hire you regardless of your educational background. Even though having a degree opens more doors and opportunities, there is no reason for not pursuing your dream of teaching English abroad if you don't possess a degree. Why is a degree required to do certain TEFL teaching jobs? The question of whether a degree is required to find a teaching job is arbitrary, as it is for many other occupations. There is no reason why a university-educated English teacher would be more effective than one who does not possess a degree. One might argue that certain characteristics, such as passion, commitment, and the ability to establish...  [Read more]

Can you teach English in Thailand without speaking Thai? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Can you teach English in Thailand without speaking Thai? Yes you can. Speaking Thai is not a requirement for teaching English in Thailand. Even if they are fluent in the language, ESL instructors in the majority of Thailand’s language institutions are not required to speak Thai in class. Is there a need for English teachers in Thailand? In general, there is a great demand for English teachers in Thailand. In fact, people in Thailand and other Southeast Asian nations now have a greater desire than ever before to learn English, raising the need for ESL instructors in this region. The growing economy also means people in Thailand now have more disposable income to spend on English education. Thus, there are more opportunities for ESL instructors, especially those with credentials like a...  [Read more]

TEFL Courses in Vietnam ▷ inclass ITTT Tefl


TEFL courses Vietnam   Our TEFL course in Vietnam gives you the opportunity to learn how to teach EFL in one of the most fascinating countries in the world. When you combine the country’s great food, lively cities, its complex history, and low cost of living, you can see why Vietnam has gained such a good reputation and is an increasingly popular destination for TEFL courses and teaching English. TEFL Vietnam For those interested in taking a TEFL course and teaching English as a foreign language in Vietnam, the good news is that demand is very high for EFL teachers year round. In fact, you are almost certain to be offered a TEFL position soon after completing your course. In Vietnam, TEFL opportunities are to be found countrywide, especially in the large cities of Ho Chi Minh and...  [Read more]

Have TEFL but no degree - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Have TEFL but no degree Demand for ESL teachers is high in all areas of the world and employers typically prefer those who have a TEFL qualification over non-qualified applicants. It is highly recommended that you first complete an internationally accredited TEFL certification before applying for an ESL teaching position. Having some form of teaching experience will also increase your options for employment, though as with a degree, this is not always a requirement. Where can I teach English without a university degree? Europe With countries ranging from ancient to very modern, Europe offers a whole range of history, climate, and population density. There are many countries where a degree is not required and these include the ever popular, Spain, Italy and the Czech Republic. If you are...  [Read more]

Have TEFL but no degree - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Have TEFL but no degree In the global ESL teaching market, a TEFL certification often stands out to employers, even if you lack a degree. Possessing an internationally recognized TEFL credential significantly boosts your employability, positioning you ahead of non-certified candidates. While a degree can be beneficial, it is not always a prerequisite for many ESL positions. Additionally, any prior teaching experience, though not mandatory, can further enhance your appeal to potential employers. Table of Contents Europe Latin America North Africa/Middle East Asia Online Europe With countries ranging from ancient to very modern, Europe offers a whole range of history, climate, and population density. There are many countries where a degree is not required and these include the ever...  [Read more]

9 Steps to Perfect Classroom Management - TEFL Blog


Fri, 21 Feb 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas 9 Steps to Perfect Classroom Management Classroom management is a very important task because it makes the class run smoothly and effectively and enhances students' academic skills and competencies .it is the role of the teacher to inspire confidence in the students and should know when to be firm and when to be flexible. There are different techniques the teacher can use to manage the class in a good way: Table of Contents 1. using eye contact gesture and voice 2. grouping students 3. classroom arrangement 4. writing on the board 5. Individual attention 6. Teacher talking time and students talking time 7. The instructions are given by the teacher 8. Creating rapports 9. Maintaining discipline Do you want to teach English abroad?...  [Read more]

Fast TEFL Program - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Fast TEFL Program Check out tefl tesol about Fast TEFL Program 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.A. - Vietnam said: Problems for learners in ThailandThere are many teaching problems arising from the discrepancies of the two languages: sound, word, grammar, text and cultural notions.( Tipa Thep-Ackrapon,2005) tefl teachers will notice immediately some boundaries when teaching English to a class of thai students: firstly, students will have difficulties in communicating as their listening and speaking skills have not been adequately developed, and secondly, students will be...  [Read more]

Where are the best places to teach English as a volunteer? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Where are the best places to teach English as a volunteer? Teaching English as a volunteer has become an increasingly popular choice for those seeking to make a difference and immerse themselves in diverse cultures. While opportunities abound globally, some top destinations include South America's remote communities, Asia's bustling cities, and Africa's rural schools. Each region offers a unique experience, from the rich histories of Cambodia and Peru to the vibrant traditions of Kenya and Colombia. Table of Contents Why should you teach English as a volunteer? Where can you volunteer? What do you mean by best? Here are some variations on the volunteering theme. Free volunteering Affordable volunteer program (starting from $180) Volunteer program with pay Paid volunteer programs Why...  [Read more]

9 Hobbies Every EFL Teacher Needs To Try When Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Sun, 10 Jun 2018 Simon ITTT TEFL Information 9 Hobbies Every EFL Teacher Needs To Try When Teaching English Abroad It's great to move somewhere new with your TEFL skills and to discover new places but, although traveling is exciting, there are times when you may want to do something without having to move too far from your new base. There are plenty of pastimes or hobbies that can be taken up when moving around from place to place, some of which might help you add variety to your English lessons for your students. For example, you can use your students to teach you about local cuisine to develop their vocabulary associated with food, language patterns for describing how to cook things, or how to give recommendations. They learn, you learn! Table of Contents Listen to this blog post:...  [Read more]

What I’ve Learned from Teaching at a Montessori Kindergarten - TEFL Blog


Mon, 10 Aug 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences What I’ve Learned from Teaching at a Montessori Kindergarten Choosing a course was an important task for me given my background in a business career and corporate environment. Teaching was a very new experience and I wanted to ensure I had adequate training to provide a solid foundation with which to grow in a teaching capacity. I made sure to commence an in-class TESOL course which offered the opportunity to practice what I had learned in a real classroom environment. The course I chose was perfect for this as it was taught in a real school and allowed me to use my newly learned skills in the classroom. Table of Contents Lesson Planning Peculiarities Montessori Teaching Approach Creativity in Teaching Benefits of This Work Do...  [Read more]

Ultimate Country Match Guide for Teaching EFL in Asia - TEFL Blog


Tue, 11 Sep 2018 Mark Crocker Destinations Ultimate Country Match Guide for Teaching EFL in Asia Just as there are many countries around the world where you can choose to live and work as an EFL teacher, there are also many different reasons that motivate people to actually want to teach English abroad. For some, it is to explore new cultures or to leave behind the predictable 9 to 5 existence, while for others it is simply a great way of earning money for travel or to pay off student loans. Table of Contents "Earning big money is not that important. I prefer natural beauty and fascinating culture, particularly if it's a little off the beaten track." "I'm looking for my first EFL teaching job, but I still want to earn a good salary that also comes with extra benefits." "I'm not keen...  [Read more]

Teacher Roles and Responsibilities in an ESL Classroom - TEFL Blog


Mon, 10 Feb 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Teacher Roles and Responsibilities in an ESL Classroom Teachers play an intricate role in children's formative years, both intellectually and socially. For schools to have a positive effect on children, they will be dependent on good teachers. A good teacher has many specific attributes with some being professional roles they have and others being embedded in their personality. Table of Contents Management Evaluation Organization Attitude Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Shelby W. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Management During the class, the teacher must be able to...  [Read more]

The Best Countries for Solo Women to Teach English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Mon, 29 Mar 2021 Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Alumni Experiences The Best Countries for Solo Women to Teach English Abroad Hi everybody wherever you are right now. I'm in South Korea and it's 10 a.m. Friday, so good morning. I'm back here again today, my name is Linda from ITTT if you've been here before hi and if this is your first time watching thanks so much for tuning in and taking the time, we really appreciate it. If at any time during this live session you have any questions, feel free to drop your comments in the comment section from whichever platform you're watching from. We are streaming live on Facebook and on YouTube at the same time. If you can see me and hear me just leave a hi in the comment box, that would be highly appreciated so that I know that...  [Read more]

7 Misconceptions about TEFL Uncovered - TEFL Blog


Thu, 05 Jul 2018 Federico Riva TEFL Information 7 Misconceptions about TEFL Uncovered 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! Table of Contents 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...  [Read more]

Problems for ESL Learners in China - TEFL Blog


Fri, 28 Feb 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Problems for ESL Learners in China The English language has become so essential in china because the country wants to successfully promote internationalism and keep the lines of communication open for trade and business matters. As one of the global powers, it's in the country's best interest to keep afloat of shifting trends in international matters. Table of Contents Governmental decision Spelling Pronunciation Singular / Plural Aspect Gender Articles Lack of opportunities to practice Word order Individual differences Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Ramy M. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the...  [Read more]

Reasons To Take An English Level Test As A Non Native English Teacher - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Reasons to Take an English Level Test as a Non-Native English Teacher   Hi everybody wherever you are right now. I'm in South Korea and it's 10 a.m. Friday, so good morning. I'm back here again today, my name is Linda from ITTT if you've been here before hi and if this is your first time watching thanks so much for tuning in and taking the time, we really appreciate it. If at any time during this live session you have any questions, feel free to drop your comments in the comment section from whichever platform you're watching from. We are streaming live on Facebook and on YouTube at the same time. If you can see me and hear me just leave a hi in the comment box, that would be highly appreciated so that I know that everything is working well. For the first couple of minutes let's...  [Read more]

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