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Tefl Review For In Class Phuket Course 8 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  This recent TEFL trainee in Phuket, Thailand, shares her experience of week 3 of her 1-month in-class course. The third week was challenging but she was able to get her lesson planning assignments resolved and concentrate on her upcoming final task before graduating from the course. The third week was also filled with practical teaching sessions with local Thai students who were eager to learn English with her. She cannot wait to start her career in teaching English overseas. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad!  [Read more]

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Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Discover proven strategies to engage every student in large classrooms, from personal connections to group activities. Sara Stojanovic TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Explore Gardner's 8 intelligences and tailor your teaching methods to tap into students' unique strengths for effective learning. Federico Riva TEFL Information Teaching Ideas Explore key differences in teaching children and adults. Adapt your methods to enhance learning for all age groups. Sara Stojanovic TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Unlock the power of language education! Explore effective techniques for teaching reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - English Grammar Present Simple Teaching Ideas 3 Tefl Course - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  The Present Simple tense teaching idea in this video is called "20 Questions." The teacher frames this game in the context of, What's my job? Who am I? What am I? (for objects) A student comes to the front of the room and selects a card. The class then asks appropriate questions such as; Do you work in an office? Do you wear a uniform? And try to guess the job, person or object. The student with the card answers using the Present Simple. Each student has a turn and there is a two minute time limit for each person. When teaching the Present Simple tense or any other grammar point, a good English language teacher will always model the language correctly. Students need to be exposed to new language, they need to understand its meaning, they need to understand how it is constructed and...  [Read more]

MAE - Master of Arts in Education - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

The Master of Arts in Education is an additional high-level certification that is aimed at experienced, practicing teachers who are looking to further increase their qualifications and teaching knowledge to benefit their career prospects and the quality of their student’s education. The course can be completed entirely online from any location in the world, providing a considerable amount of flexibility when it comes to how and when you choose to study. In addition, you are also welcome to attend module discussion sessions that are held on two pre-scheduled Saturdays for each module of the course at the Bangkok School of Management. Logistically, this option is only available to those living and working in the region, but it is a highly recommended feature for those who are able to...  [Read more]

Teacher as the Main Person to Motivate Learners - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas One of the biggest jobs for a teacher is to motivate his or her students. Motivation is important because it keeps the students invested in the class and learning the class material. To build motivation, the teacher can do several things in the classroom and with the students. It is important to remember that a motivated student has a greater chance of success than a student without motivation. Building Motivation Points to Pay Close Attention to Choices Ideas Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Angela H. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. One way to build motivation is to deliver lesson...  [Read more]

Simple Rules Which Help to Keep Students Motivated - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Emphasize the most critical concepts continuously. Reiterate these concepts in lectures and assignments throughout the course. Include questions relating to these critical subjects on every exam, thus rewarding students for learning, retaining, and, hopefully, applying this knowledge in a variety of contexts. 1. Use visual aid 2. Organize in-class activities 3. Show that the content is related 4. Show the importance of the vocabulary 5. Praise 6. Challenge Are you ready to teach English to ESL students? Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Maurine M. S. Provide students with a "visual aid" when possible to explain abstract concepts. A significant proportion of today's students are visual learners. For these...  [Read more]

5 Perfect Activities With Flashcards - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Flashcards on its own is an easy method to apply when teaching beginners, teenagers even adults because they can match the words to the pictures and it's an easy way to remember new vocabulary. I think this is the best way of acquiring a new word of a second language because identification and recognition is the key. 1. Ask, Guess and Answer Materials: 2. Display Flashcards on the Floor Materials: 3 From Here to There Materials: 4. Rhyme Concentration Materials: 5. Puzzling Words Materials: Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Sombong V. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. The whole class can take...  [Read more]

How Discipline Affects Motivation In and Out of Japanese Classrooms - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences I work in two schools. I am an assistant language teacher at one commercial (low-level English) high school, and an integrated (high-level English) academic junior high and high school. I have had experiences with different kinds of students, Japanese-English teachers, and classroom atmospheres. In Japan, students take an entrance exam to get into high school. If they scored low on the entrance exam, then they are placed in the lowest ranking class. Each school has a certain number of classrooms for each grade. Both of my high schools have six classes total for each grade. There are usually around forty to forty-two students in each class as well. Teaching forty plus students in a crowded classroom is difficult. And unlike many stereotypes of...  [Read more]

170-hr course in Teaching English as a foreign language with online specialization with tutor support (for teaching abroad & online) - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

    170-hr TEFL Certificate with tutor (Specialization in Teaching Online) Our 170-hour Teaching English as a Foreign Language with Online Specialization has been designed for those who would like to gain a qualification to enter the TEFL/TESOL employment market and wish to maximize their options. Through this course we will give you the knowledge and skills needed to teach English in both classroom and online settings. The course is taken in two parts: First, our 120-hour certification is completed. This is followed by a further 50-hours of study looking at the particular skills needed to teach English online. One added benefit of the course is that on completion you will gain access to a unique graduate network, connecting you to ITTT alumni currently employed by many of the...  [Read more]

Revolutionize Your EFL Lessons with ChatGPT: Creative Tips and Tricks for Teachers - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Artificial intelligence (AI) has rapidly emerged as a game-changer across various industries, including education. The integration of AI tools in the classroom has the potential to revolutionize the way students learn and teachers teach. One such tool is ChatGPT, an AI chatbot that simulates conversation with human users. In this blog post, we will delve into what AI and chatbots are and how ChatGPT can be used in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classrooms. We will also explore the benefits and challenges of using AI tools like ChatGPT in education. Watch the live webinar about this topic Defining ChatGPT, chatbots, and artificial intelligence So what is ChatGPT? The Benefits of Using A.I. in the EFL Classroom Personalized learning...  [Read more]

10 Questions to Ask Before Accepting a Teaching Abroad Job Offer - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Hi, welcome to another live session. My name is Linda and I'm here for ITTT. Today we are going to talk about 10 questions you should ask before accepting a teaching job abroad. You should ask these questions to your potential employer before you finalize things, before you sign the contract, to make sure everything is in order, to make sure you know what you're getting into and that everything is all good and okay. Basically, that's what we're going to talk about today. We've talked a lot about how to find a job, how to find a job in different regions, how to find a job in Europe, how to find a teaching job in Asia, different teaching programs, all of that kind of stuff. We also talked about how, or no, we talked about the most asked questions that you will be asked during a job...  [Read more]

7 Great Games for Your ESL Conversation Class - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Teaching Ideas Teaching speaking skills is an important part of an ESL class. Sometimes, entire conversation classes are established that focus solely on speaking. Here are 7 great games for your ESL conversation class. 1. Mystery Party Guest 2. Choose Your Victim 3. Ice-breaker Jenga 4. 20 Questions 5. Apples to Apples 6. Get to Know You Bingo 7. Create A Game Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related Articles: Write down the names and key points about five celebrities and assign them to the same amount of students in your classroom. One by one, a student enters a "party" with another student playing the host. The host must then find out the identity of each guest by having a conversation with everyone. Have your students stand in a circle. Choose a specific...  [Read more]

Tefl international

If you are nearing the end of your TEFL certification course or you are already certified but have yet to start teaching, you will probably have a number of questions regarding English language teaching jobs. In our FAQs below we tackle a wide range of questions, from which countries offer the best options to how to go about landing a position in your country of choice. You will also find answers about job interviews, how to prepare your documentation, and a whole host of other job related info. What questions should I ask a TEFL employer?    To decide whether a job is right for you it is essential to get as much information as possible during the interview. You should be clear on areas such as salary, working hours, class size, student's age, and the resources available...  [Read more]

Top Tips for Ensuring Effective Administration of a Classroom - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences For a class to function properly it necessitates the teacher to put his /her student in a confident position, in this sense the teacher must know when to be firm with students and when to give them liberty. What is the classroom? Main methods of work organization Grouping Working on behavior Instructing Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate CHIFON R. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Classroom here refers to a room in a school or an establishment where a group of students is being taught by a teacher or a group of teachers. Classroom administration, on the other hand, is the process of ensuring...  [Read more]

5 Tips for Effective Online ESL Teaching - TEFL Blog

Sara Stojanovic TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas In the last few years, the world has witnessed a remarkable turn toward online schooling. With the outbreak of the pandemic, both the teachers and the students had to get used to an entirely new way of studying and teaching. 1 Master the platform you are using 2 Plan your classes carefully 3 Understand the needs of your students 4 Actively participate in the class 5 Provide and seek feedback Conclusion Are you ready to teach English as a foreign language? Related Articles: Check out what our course grads say in our many video testimonials! Online teaching offered students many benefits such as flexible learning time and access to training sessions around the world. This new way of teaching brought a lot of...  [Read more]

370-hour TESOL diploma course with tutor(TEFL/TESOL Certificate & Diploma) - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

    Are you looking to take your TEFL certification to the next level? The online diploma with tutor support is the most advanced course we offer. The Diploma in TESOL Course is the most advanced online certification that we offer. The course is popular with a wide range of trainees as it adds a high-level qualification to your CV/resume that allows you to apply for more prestigious teaching positions that typically offer a higher salary and greater responsibility. As the diploma course begins with our standard 120-hour online TEFL certification course that covers all the basic subjects new teachers require, the diploma course is open to complete beginners, as well as those with some existing teaching experience. There are several reasons why people enroll on our online Diploma...  [Read more]

Can I get a teaching job with an online TEFL certificate? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

You can certainly get a teaching job with an online TEFL certificate. In fact, you can probably get a teaching job without any kind of qualifications or experience whatsoever. The real question is, can you get a quality teaching job with good pay and comfortable working conditions with an online certificate? The answer is still YES, if you make sure you sign up for the best quality online course you can find. The main problem for online trainees is the obvious lack of any practical teaching experience. If you can afford a month-long in-class training course that includes multiple hours of teaching practice in a real classroom, you will be able to apply for a wider range of jobs in most parts of the world. If you choose the cheaper online option, you will find that you will be more...  [Read more]

7 Activities for Teaching Reported Speech in the ESL Classroom - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Teaching Ideas When teaching reported speech the potential for mistakes, errors, and the general difficulty is enormous due to the number of changes that are made with verb tenses, patterns, pronouns, questions, time expressions etc.. It's important to cover the subject slowly with lots of verbal practice at every opportunity. There are plenty of standard 'change the direct speech to reported speech' activities, but your students will soon tire of these if you overuse them. Here are some ideas which have worked well in the EFL classroom and will give your students a good amount of talk time in a variety of ways. Listen to this blog post: The Go-Between Game The Lying Game Pelmanism ("Concentration") Guess Who Reported Speech "Tennis" Who Asked What? Find Someone...  [Read more]

Tefl international

If you are just starting out on your TEFL journey you are sure to have many questions about the world of teaching English as a foreign language. Here we concentrate on everything related to our courses and getting TEFL certified, whether it is advice on which course would suit you best or information on how the course actually works, you should hopefully find the answers with the help of our FAQs. So, dive in and get your teaching adventure underway with ITTT. How long does a TEFL course take?    We offer a range of TEFL courses to suit different requirements and most do not have a set timetable. The exception is our in-class TEFL course that runs for a set four-week period. All our online courses can be completed at any pace up to a maximum of six months. Can non-native...  [Read more]

Comparative Teaching Methodologies - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences This is my teaching experience so l will tell it in the form of a story. In 2011, l sat for my Advanced Level final exams and then applied for a post of temporary teacher at a school in an area called Date. Beginning of 2012, l traveled to Date from Harare to begin what l call a character building turmoil. I was an inexperienced 20-year-old girl who was about to take on a class that would be sitting for its final exam come to the end of that year, with half the class being my former primary school classmates and the other half not thinking much of me. My Experience Building Confidence The Importance Of Communication Conquering Doubts And Fears Choice Of Assignments Being Patient Are You Ready To take Your TEFL Course? Related Articles: Listen to this...  [Read more]

3 Awesome Reasons to Become an EFL Teacher Abroad - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences A teacher, in general, has the direct opportunity to make a difference and to change the future. As a teacher, you will expect every one of your students to want to learn and more importantly to understand. You want your students to fight over the seats in the front row as if they were attending a concert, not elementary school. You want to make your students wonder, make them question, make them think critically, make them write and of course to make them read. Reason 1: You'll see amazing new things! Reason 2: You'll increase your adaptability! Reason 3: You'll broaden your personal horizons! Are you ready to take your TEFL course? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Tebogo Z. Being a...  [Read more]

The Challenges of Teaching Business English - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Teaching English as a foreign language presents several opportunities as well as choices for a teacher. Certainly, there are numerous teaching positions around the world in traditional, classroom settings, and most ESL teachers will spend time in those settings. For many teachers, the classroom setting is a fulfilling endeavor; however, other outlets exist for teaching English, including teaching business English. Business English teaching vs. teaching for other purposes Teaching experience Running an Activity Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Robert E. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. There...  [Read more]

5 Simple Tips to Improve Your Classroom Management Skills - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences I made a good number of blunders my first year teaching that still make me cringe. I learned though. And it's fair to say, when it comes to managing a classroom, most of what we learn as new teachers is trial by fire. It's also smart to heed the advice of those who have walked - and stumbled - before you. If you are struggling with discipline, here are five tips that you can start using right away: 1. Use a normal, natural voice 2. Speak only when students are quiet and ready 3. Use hand signals and other non-verbal communication 4. Address behavior issues quickly and wisely 5. Always have a well-designed, engaging lesson Listen to this blog post Now it's your turn to get TEFL certified! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification...  [Read more]

ITTT - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Question: What is TEFL?

The acronym TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. While this term is used for the physical act of actually teaching English abroad, it is also commonly used to refer to the training courses that many prospective teachers complete before heading overseas, as well as the qualification they receive upon successfully graduating from the course. By gaining a TEFL certificate it is possible to find work as an English language teacher in almost any country of your choice worldwide. TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language TESL - Teaching English as a Second Language TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ELT - English Language Teaching TEFL Qualifications Choosing a TEFL Certificate Course Online or In-Class TEFL Course Finding a Teaching Job Teaching Hot...  [Read more]

Guide to Teaching One-to-One & Group Business English Classes - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences The main reason for doing this TEFL course was to improve my teaching skills and to use them to teach business English. Even though I studied business and economics, I cannot know everything in this field or other fields like hotel management or IT. But I can help my students to improve their vocabulary and to speak more fluently at meetings. It is important in the beginning that we ask our students what they would like to improve and why they decided to take special business English classes. Based on their needs we can provide a high-level class, tailored to their needs. Design the lessons in a way that nobody feels uncomfortable. Students who decide to take private lessons are highly motivated. Are you ready to take a TEFL course? Related Articles:...  [Read more]

Q&A: Ask a Non-Native ESL Teacher - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hey guys it's lizzy here and i'm happy to welcome you at another ittttts live stream uh if you don't know me yet i'm a non-native esl teacher i also passed a tefl certification uh several years ago and uh if you are here to learn a little bit more about uh tefl certification uh and uh particularly how to be a non-native esl teacher uh these days i'm here to help you out so feel free to ask me whatever um comes to your mind whatever disturbs you maybe because i am that person who is like 100 percent on your side i'm also a non-native esl teacher and um it took me a while to overcome some challenges being a non-native teacher so feel free to ask me anything by the way i have prepared several questions from from our channel on youtube so i'm gonna take those questions um to answer but if you...  [Read more]

TEFL Q&A: Ask Us Anything! with Non-Native English Teacher Liza - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello everybody it's lizzy here and i'm super glad to welcome you at the new itt's live stream session so today's live stream is um devoted to um just to talk so we're going to discuss things and i hope that you have um several questions in your mind um so feel free to ask me uh at what whatever point you want and let me just quickly uh introduce myself and make sure that everything is working so while i'm waiting for some more people to join i just want to say that these live streams are provided by the um by international tefl and tesol training we are a leading tefl and tesol provider so if you are considering um getting tefl certified uh the chances are uh you are here watching this session um and having some questions so feel free to ask me about whatever is on your mind and um i...  [Read more]

Teaching English Without a Degree: Opportunities and Strategies for Success - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Hello! Hi, Linda here from ITTT. Back today with another live session. As you can see, this is today's topic: teaching English without a degree. Yes, you can. Yes, it's possible. Let's talk about it. So, we're going to talk about how to best prepare yourself for a teaching job abroad and online if you don't have a degree. And also, where the best places, countries, and regions are for teaching English abroad without a degree. And also, the best platforms for teaching English online without a degree. So, that's what we're going to talk about today. I'm also going to show you a little bit of a couple of the TEFL courses that we recommend for people without a degree if you want to teach English abroad or online. Yeah, so that's what's going to happen today. Thank you so much for tuning in. ...  [Read more]

220-hour Master Package with tutor support - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

    220-hour MASTER Package with tutor support The 220-hour Master Package with tutor support offers three courses in one, all conducted online. The Master Package comprises of: Part 1: 120-hour TEFL course Part 2: 50-hour course in teaching business English (CTBE) Part 3: 50-hour course in teaching English to young learners (CTEYL) Part 1 of the package (the 120-hour TEFL course) has to be completed first, though parts 2 and 3 can be taken in any order after that. You will be given the choice of a single 220-hour certificate that encompasses the entire course package once all sections have been successfully completed, or receiving three individual certificates (at an additional cost) as you work through each course component. Please note that you can only choose either one of...  [Read more]

Your Questions about TEFL & TESOL Answered! - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva Budget and Salary TEFL Information Welcome, I'm Linda from ITTT, and we are doing a live Q&A session today, so let me just check if this is working. Is anybody here if you're here, if you can see me if you can hear me. Please, leave a comment. That would be great so that I know that you are here. And, please, let me know where you guys are tuning in from? I would be super interested to see where you are tuning in from. I'm in South Korea. I'm about an hour and a half outside of Seoul, like in the middle of South Korea in a city called Cheongju. It's not that big. It is quite big, but it's not pretty well known, but um, I've been here for five and a half years already. Watch the live session here So, Marilyn is asking, do you need a bachelor's degree to obtain a TESOL...  [Read more]

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