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How does the TEFL course work? How do I get started? Where is the login page? How do I log in to my course? All of these typically asked questions will be answered in the following video. It will describe how your ITTT course works from your payment for the online course, through your first login and then all the way through to receiving your final certificate. The video explains the following procedure for your TEFL course login: Watch the TEFL login video here: In terms of equipment you will need to login to the course, you will need a computer, laptop, tablet or iPhone, with an internet connection. You can work online or offline once you have downloaded a unit.  [Read more]

The Importance and Application of Created Materials in ESL Teaching - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas When teaching English as a second language, one can find a variety of pre-made resources. From tried-and-true textbooks to authentic sources, an instructor can find a readily available structure for most lessons. However, to fully cater to one's students and their specific needs, a teacher must creatively produce relevant supplemental materials.For instance, one may encounter a broad range of information covered within a textbook; whether it be vocabulary or grammar, most English books offer a generalized base for students. Sometimes the reader may have insufficient explanations on grammar practices, or perhaps the students request more relevant vocabulary to add depth to the lesson. The instructor should aspire to...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Lesson Planning Part 1 Why Do We Plan Lessons - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  Hello. This presentation is going to cover this section on lesson planning and what we're going to do is to have a look as to why we go about planning a lesson, what do we actually put in it? We'll create an empty lesson plan pro-forma and then having done that what we'll do is to fill in that lesson plan for a particular teaching point. So, our starting position is going to be: "Why do we plan lessons at all?" There are a number of reasons why we need to plan a lesson. The first and foremost perhaps is that it's going to create a logical sequence for our lessons. If we didn't have a lesson plan, it is quite possible that we could go all over the place and it would become confusing for the students. By having this plan, what we've created is a structure that we can work from. So,...  [Read more]

Troubleshooting TEFL: How to Overcome Funding-Based Difficulties - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas One of the greatest problems any teacher may face when instructing English is institutional. That is to say, the school the teacher is teaching at may not have the resources or the care to fully fund or supply the teacher with the necessary tools to instruct students. This can be a huge problem, as if the teacher starts from a disadvantaged position, they may feel like there is little hope for them to equip students for English learning. What do teachers truly need? Textbooks Designing activities for the study phase Personal tools School supply Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Colin R. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the...  [Read more]

How Teaching One-to-One Increases Teacher’s Confidence - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas When teaching English as a foreign language there are a few settings a teacher can choose from such as teaching online, in a traditional classroom, instructing a large group, or one-on-one, among others. I will be discussing the motives, advantages and disadvantages, special considerations, and activities associated with the one to one set of instructions. Listen to this blog post: Students with special goals and requests Anticipated problems Building relationships Engaging activities Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Austin S. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. The most common motive for...  [Read more]

What are the 4 skills in TEFL? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

In TEFL, students must master four essential skills to achieve holistic language proficiency: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. These are divided into two categories: productive skills (speaking and writing) and receptive skills (listening and reading). Each skill is pivotal, ensuring learners are well-equipped for diverse English-centric environments, be it in the workplace, further education, or during travel. Listening Speaking Reading Writing In the journey of learning our first language, listening is the initial step, as it enables us to absorb the language around us. For English students, listening is key to understanding the nuances of native English speakers' language usage, including the emphasis or omission of certain sounds. While your TEFL classroom textbook will...  [Read more]

Teaching in Japan: Problems of Local Learners - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences 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. Eikaiwa Juku ALT (Assistant Language Teacher) Kindergarten/International preschool Do you want...  [Read more]

Useful Techniques for Teaching Vocabulary to Primary School Students - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas No one denies the importance of English language in the present time as a global language. If a language was a house, vocabulary would be construction material to build up that house. Language and Vocabulary Textbooks Visual Clues Games Audio-lingual Approach Video Format Tests Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Dung N. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Therefore, studying a language cannot be separated from studying vocabulary. Besides, vocabulary plays an important role because it appears in every language skill. However, it is not easy to study perfect English vocabulary. It is difficult to...  [Read more]

Great Ideas for Teaching Writing Skills in the ESL Classroom - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker Teaching Ideas Image by Alice Bolden via Writix Listen to this blog post: Think outside the box Encourage creativity, not perfection Encourage students to write about what interests them Writing doesn't have to be a solo activity Introduce multi-skilled lessons Writing games Are you ready to teach writing skills in your own classroom? Related Articles: Of all the language skills that are taught in the ESL classroom, teaching writing skills is often seen as one of the least popular. Some teachers consider these lessons to be a bit boring, hard to evaluate and somewhat limited in what you can incorporate into them. However, this doesn't have to be the case as teaching writing skills to your ESL students can actually be interesting, fun and productive. Take a look at these...  [Read more]

TEFL TESOL From Studying To Teaching; Your Teaching Careeer! - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  At ITTT we don't just sell you a TEFL training course; we also guide you right through the entire process from start to finish. Initially, we can help you decide which training course is the right one to suit your future plans and give you advice on how to approach your studies. Once your studies are underway we will be right by your side as every course comes with the option of an online tutor whose main focus is to ensure you successfully complete the course. No matter what hurdles life puts in front of you, with the help of your professional tutor there should be nothing stopping you reaching your study goals. As soon as you have completed your training and are officially TEFL certified, you will no doubt be looking to land that dream job somewhere around the world. Luckily,...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Tesol Tefl Reviews Video Testimonial Eugenio - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  Eugenio is working in Japan as an English teacher and recently completed our 120 hour TEFL course. He enjoyed the course and was able to try the new-learned techniques in his classroom. He also worked closely with his tutor and was able to finish the course within a few weeks. 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! Lots of stuff here that I already knew as a previous student of languages. However, it's...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - The Esa Methodology Of Teaching The Engage Phase - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  This presentation is going to focus on the ESA methodology of teaching. In our teaching methodologies section, we briefly had a look at what ESA was about, but in this presentation, we're going to look in greater detail about that particular methodology. This particular methodology is accredited to Jeremy Harmer from his "Practice of English language Teaching" book. It's a three-stage methodology and what we're going to do is to look at the purpose of each one of these stages and some typical activities that take place during those stages. So, the first stage is known as the engage and its sole purpose, as the name implies, is to get the students talking and thinking in English. There is no reason whatsoever, when these students come to your class, that they should have said a...  [Read more]

What not to do as an EFL teacher? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Every teacher, particularly those starting their careers, inevitably stumbles upon some mistakes in the classroom. The key to improving as a teacher is recognizing these errors. In this article, we will examine some of the most common pitfalls new teachers encounter and how to steer clear of them as you grow in experience. Don't talk too much Don't let one or two students dominate the class Don't pretend you know everything Don't try to improvise Don't follow the textbook too rigidly or abandon it altogether Don't say ?Do you understand?? Don't just use words Don't forget to give plenty of feedback Don't think of your students as your friends One of the most frequent mistakes by novice teachers is monopolizing the conversation during lessons. Remember, students need ample opportunities...  [Read more]

What is included in a TEFL course? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

There is no simple answer to this question because there are so many different TEFL providers offering a wide range of different TEFL courses. However, at ITTT, we are happy to state upfront what is and isn't included in our TEFL course prices. Essentially, the course price you see advertised on our website covers everything you need to complete your training and receive your TEFL certificate. Unlike many other TEFL course providers, we will never ask for additional payments to cover additional things such as study resources, exam fees, or certificate fees. Do I need to purchase any textbooks for my TEFL course? Do I need to pay extra for a hard-copy certificate? Is the certificate postage fee included in the TEFL course? Is job placement included in a TEFL course? For our online TEFL...  [Read more]

Contributing to the Classroom as an ALT in Japan - TEFL Blog

Asia Ridley TEFL Information Alumni Experiences English education in Japan has been prominent for decades and starts in elementary schools. It is in high demand as the relationship between the U.S. and Japan as well as the abundant amount of tourism. Last year straight after graduating from university in the United States, I moved to Japan and began teaching English. I was fortunate to pass the interviews and become part of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme {JET}. Being an assistant language teacher {ALT} in the Japanese education system versus a conversation school has its differences. Therefore I will be diving into how one can contribute to the classroom as an ALT. Japanese Elementary School Collaborating with your Homeroom Teacher Outside of the classroom Conclusion Are you...  [Read more]

The Difference Between Teaching ESL and Teaching EFL - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker Alumni Experiences In my experience, many teachers are not really sure about the difference between teaching ESL and teaching EFL in the classroom. In this post I will try to explain both situations and give some insight into each as they are actually quite distinct. The Basic Difference Potential Problems of Both Situations Typical Students of EFL and ESL The Importance of Speaking English in the Classroom Are you ready to teach English in an ESL or EFL classroom? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Amal S. ESL refers to teaching English as a Second Language in a English-speaking country where the student's native language is not English, while EFL refers to teaching English as a Foreign Language in a country...  [Read more]

Teaching English Italy - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Rome Language Italian Currency Euro Typical TEFL teacher salary 1,000 euro/month Major TEFL locations Rome Florence Milan Naples Turin Palermo   Of all European countries, Italy has one of the highest demands for English teachers. In larger cities, there are more English teaching jobs than there are certified teachers to fill them. With the help of our lifetime assistance finding jobs, a certified TEFL teacher will be able to find a TEFL job relatively quickly. We’re dedicated to helping you land the job that’s right for you — in Italy or anywhere else you’d like to work. Language schools hire teachers year round so you’re likely to find a position anytime of the year. If you’d like to work in primary or secondary schools, the school year starts in...  [Read more]

Teaching English Spain - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Madrid Language Spanish Currency Euro Typical TEFL teacher salary 1,000 euro / month Major TEFL locations Madrid Barcelona Seville   Spain is one of the most popular locations in which to find a job teaching English. This can make for stiff competition amongst job seekers so our course graduates will most certainly benefit from our assistance with finding great employment opportunities. Many teaching positions are for young learners, but you can also find adult and business English teaching quite easily. There are literally thousands of language schools in the larger cities of Spain. Finding a position teaching English in Spain it is easier while in the country. Schools like to see prospective teachers in the flesh so they can gain an impression of how the...  [Read more]

Teaching English China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Beijing Language Cantonese/Mandarin Currency Chinese Yuan Typical TEFL teacher salary 7,000 - 10,000 Yuan monthly (varies widely from region to region) Major TEFL locations Beijing Shanghai Zhuhai all urban centers   The opportunities for teaching English in China are as huge as the country itself. Year round, there are far more jobs available than there are teachers. Positions teaching English in China are available throughout the country but in order to find the best job for you, you might wish to take advantage of our lifetime jobs assistance. Any TEFL qualified teachers should be able to teach English in any part of China they choose with a variety of opportunities throughout the country in both state and private sectors. China has developed rapidly over...  [Read more]

Teaching English Germany - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Berlin Language German Currency Euro Typical TEFL teacher salary 2,000 euros per month Major TEFL locations Berlin Hamburg Munich and other major cities   Teaching English in Germany can be much easier than in other EU countries. Demand for teachers is high and when you complete your TEFL certification with ITTT or TEFL International, you will benefit from our lifetime assistance in finding a teaching position – in Germany or in any other country for that matter. As in many other European countries, teaching business English in Germany is one of the major prospects for English teachers. Germany’s economy is both strong and stable so many large corporations and small companies have the funding for helping their employees develop better English language...  [Read more]

Teaching English Greece - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Athens Language Greek Currency Euro Typical TEFL teacher salary 900 euro per month Major TEFL locations Athens Thessaloniki   Generally speaking, there are openings for teaching English as a foreign language in Greece and an assortment of private language schools need good teachers. With our certificate and subsequent lifetime assistance finding jobs — you can rest assured that if there’s a job on offer in Greece, we’ll help you find it. Teaching is geared towards younger learners, but there are teaching possibilities in other areas. The salaries in Greece may appear to be low, but in relation to the cost of living, they are more than sufficient. Along with an internationally recognized TEFL certificate, such as that offered by ITTT and TEFL International,...  [Read more]

Teaching English Poland - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Warsaw Language Polish Currency Zloty Typical TEFL teacher salary 2,500 zloty / month Major TEFL locations Warsaw Wroclaw Krakow   Poland is said to have more English teaching opportunities than anywhere else in Europe. Demand in Poland for our certified graduates is as high as it gets in Europe. With the help of our lifetime assistance finding jobs, you’re almost certain to find yourself in a classroom in no time. Positions teaching English in Poland are available countrywide, in both the state and private sector, in language schools, institutes and inside major corporations. Salaries are high by local standards and you should be able to live comfortably. Jobs are advertised year round on the many EFL job web sites and with our help, you should find work...  [Read more]

What are the most common concerns for first time TEFL teachers? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

At ITTT, we firmly believe that English language teaching is one of the most rewarding careers, particularly for those yearning to travel and embark on life-altering journeys. But like any job, teaching English does have its highs and lows. Novice teachers often harbor specific concerns unique to the teaching profession about their classroom roles. Here, we address some recurrent concerns among our TEFL graduates before they embark on their first teaching assignment. What if I don't like my students? What if my students don't like each other? What if my students don't do their homework? What if I have a lot of students? What if my students are at different levels? What if I don't speak the local language? What if my school has no resources? What if I don't like my job? Many beginner...  [Read more]

Teaching English Abroad - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Overseas

Your journey starts here. A career in teaching English abroad is achievable for anyone who has a good knowledge and use of English in addition to a TEFL or TESOL qualification. Before you start your training it is important that you have some knowledge of what teaching English abroad entails and what options are available for you to get there. Here we will look at those options and the requirements needed to achieve them. First and foremost you should choose a course which suits the type of work you hope to undertake and is recognized in the country or countries you hope to teach. All ITTT courses are suitable for teaching English overseas in a variety of settings. The typical minimum qualification requirement for employment is a course covering 100-120 hours of study. This can be done...  [Read more]

Teaching English Thailand - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Bangkok Language Thai Currency Baht Typical TEFL teacher salary 30-35,000 baht/month (40-45,000 in and around Bangkok) Major TEFL locations Bangkok Chiang Mai Phuket Hat Yai   There are literally hundreds of job opportunities for teaching English in Thailand right now — especially in Bangkok and the countryside, where there are far more jobs than there are teachers to fill them. With the help of our lifetime assistance finding employment, we’ll not only help you find a job, we’ll help you find a job that’s right for you. Throughout Thailand, a qualified TEFL teacher will have no problems securing a job. In most other parts of the country, the prospects are strong as well. All state schools aim to employ at least one native English language teacher so the...  [Read more]

Teaching English Vietnam - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Hanoi Language Vietnamese Currency Vietnamese Dong Typical TEFL teacher salary US$ 15 per hour Major TEFL locations Ho Chi Minh City Hanoi   Following a rather turbulent 20th century, Vietnam has stabilized and seen an influx of foreign companies and investments over the past several years. Due to this boost in international involvement, the demand for English has taken off. With the help of our lifetime assistance finding jobs, we’ll lay the ground work for finding employment and also help you along a direct path to finding a great job. Well-paid employment is plentiful, especially in the business metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), the eastern sea port city of Ga Nang, and the capital, Hanoi. TEFL qualified English teachers shouldn't have...  [Read more]

Teaching English Japan - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Tokyo Language Japanese Currency Yen Typical TEFL teacher salary 250,000 – 300,000 yen / month Major TEFL locations Tokyo Yokohama Osaka Sapporo Kyoto Sendai   Opportunities for teaching English in Japan are excellent for anyone who holds internationally accredited and recognized TEFL/TESOL certificates such as those offered by ITTT and TEFL International. In Tokyo and other cities, there are usually more English teaching positions than there are teachers, while all over Japan employment prospects remain favorable. With the help of our lifetime assistance finding jobs, the chances of getting hired as a TEFL teacher in Japan are terrific. Teachers are highly respected throughout Japanese society, and students are generally highly motivated and willing to learn....  [Read more]

Main Differences Between Private Teaching and Group Teaching - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences There are several differences that exist when a teacher is teaching one student only versus teaching a class of students at a given time. For this essay, each difference will be compared against each other to effectively highlight the distinction between the two. Student-Centered Approach Choice of Materials Challenged Motivation Students' Individual Needs Student-Teacher Relationships Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Roxanne C. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Firstly, if the student doesn't show up for class, then that's it, the class cannot go on as that student is the only person the...  [Read more]

Teaching English Czech Republic - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city Prague Language Czech Currency Koruna (Crown) Typical TEFL teacher salary 22,000 koruna/month Major TEFL locations Prague Brno nationwide   The Czech Republic is probably the most popular country in the region for teaching English. Jobs teaching English in the Czech Republic are quite easy to obtain, and even easier with the benefit of our lifetime job placement assistance. Salaries, while not being of a high level in international terms, offer a comfortable lifestyle. Any teacher with an internationally accredited TEFL certificate from ITTT or TEFL International should have little problem in finding a position teaching English in the Czech Republic for a very comfortable salary. The hiring season is year-round in the Czech Republic, especially in Prague. Most...  [Read more]

Teaching English South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English Abroad

Capital city seoul Language Currency Typical TEFL teacher salary Major TEFL locations Seoul        [Read more]

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