Tefl Module 6 Quiz Answers

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Tefl reviews - Study Short Answers - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  This video is a sample EFL lesson in a real-life classroom setting abroad. After covering how to build questions with modals, the teacher elicits the form for short answers from his students. Notice how the teacher elicits information from his students rather than feeding them the new information. This way, the students think in English and also speak to the teacher in English. 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...  [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]

How many modules in a TEFL course? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Most TEFL courses currently available, including those offered by ITTT, are broken down into separate sections or modules to make the study experience as smooth and easy to digest as possible. By separating the different sections of the course into distinct areas, such as individual grammar points, various classroom skills, and lesson planning strategies, you should find it easier to move through the materials and retain all the information covered. However, as most TEFL course providers offer a wide variety of course options to suit different goals and scenarios, it is generally the case that there are no set amount of modules in a TEFL course. At ITTT we try to ensure that our range of TEFL courses cover every possible requirement, from short-form courses suitable for volunteer teaching,...  [Read more]

How many modules are in TEFL 120-hours? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

The majority of TEFL courses now offered, including those provided by ITTT, are divided into several modules to make the learning process as streamlined and simple to assimilate as possible. You should find it simpler to navigate through the materials and retain all of the information given by segmenting the many components of the course into distinct units, such as specific grammatical issues, classroom management, and lesson planning techniques. There is generally no predetermined number of modules in a TEFL course, as the majority of TEFL course providers offer a wide range of course alternatives to fit different aims and conditions. At ITTT we make sure that our selection of TEFL courses meets every need, from short-form courses appropriate for volunteer teaching to advanced-level...  [Read more]

Which TEFL course should I take? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

When deciding on a TEFL course, it is vital to consider the standard qualifications EFL employers look for. A 120-hour TEFL certificate course is widely recognized as the baseline requirement globally. At ITTT, we offer multiple avenues to achieve this essential certification, ensuring our trainees meet the most sought-after criteria in the English teaching world. Travel to learn or stay at home? What are onsite TEFL courses like? What are online TEFL courses like? 120-hour TEFL certification Specialized TEFL courses Diploma level course Package courses Combined TEFL courses The first distinction in TEFL course type depends upon whether you want to travel to a training center to complete your studies or stay at home. If you wish to travel, then an onsite course is best for you. Should you...  [Read more]

What does Level 6 TEFL mean? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

We know it can be difficult to sort through the various TEFL certification courses available on the market. That is why we are here to explain the various levels of TEFL courses. The general characteristics of the frameworks are frequently tied to a variety of elements, including the total amount of study hours, the certification type, if the program contains a practical component, and the study technique applied (full-time or part-time study). A level 6 TEFL course is near the top of the framework, making it one of the most advanced TEFL credentials available. What is a level 6 TEFL qualification? Who can take a level 6 TEFL course? What do I get with an ITTT level 6 TEFL course? A level 6 TEFL qualification is equivalent to an undergraduate or bachelor's degree. With this level of TEFL...  [Read more]

Is there a level 6 TEFL course? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

At ITTT our course-level framework runs from level 3 to level 7. At level 6 we provide our 370-hour Diploma in TESOL course which is the highest level individual course you can complete with us. The Diploma in TESOL is a great option for first-time teachers who want to start their careers with a bang, as well as teachers who already have some classroom experience and are looking to move up the employment ladder. With a level 6 qualification on your portfolio you will have access to a wider range of teaching jobs, many of which could potentially include a higher rate of pay and greater responsibility than the majority of entry-level positions. Check out our course levels page for more information on our framework. How does the Diploma in TESOL course work? What exactly is a level 6 TESOL...  [Read more]

6 Exciting and Different Jobs in TEFL - TEFL Blog

Jon ITTT TEFL Information For a lot of people, getting a TEFL certificate is an excellent way to fund their travels around the world and experience other countries in wholly unique ways. Many of these people will find that they enjoy teaching so much that they decide they want to continue in the field. Outlined in this article are some of the possible jobs teachers can take in order to move on in their TEFL career. Teacher trainer Director of Studies School Manager Teacher recruitment Course book sales TOEFL/IELTS examiner Apply for a TEFL course today! Related Articles: ## Listen to this blog post: Teacher trainer is a job that you might like to consider after teaching for a while. Helping others to get qualified to teach English is an immensely rewarding job. Duties often include...  [Read more]

6 Reasons Why to Complete a TEFL Course - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Over the years I have pondered whether or not to try and teach English as a career. Watching countless online videos and reading travel blogs of 'wandering teachers' and articles on sites such as ' Dave's ESL Café, I sort of got mixed emotions about ESL teachers. That is of course until I took the chance and became one myself. Personal Experience Demo Class Why complete a TEFL course? 1. Travel around the world 2. Teaching skills 3. Methodology 4. Working with equipment 5. Proper lesson planning 6. Working with different groups Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Leon G. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or...  [Read more]

TEFL Poland - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teach English In Poland 6

Date posted:2024-02-08 | Writer: English Wizards | Email: [email protected] Looking to teach in the heart of Central Europe and be part of Europe's most exciting and most flexible teaching program? Working with English Wizards provides a unique and revolutionary opportunity for qualified ESL teachers from all over the world to find paying work in one of Europe's hottest teaching markets. As an English Wizard, the entire country is your oyster! We do not limit our teachers to any specific schools, hours, or teaching styles. WHY POLAND?Poland is one of the world's fastest-growing TEFL destinations due to its charming culture, beautiful medieval cities, cheap cost of living, and the widespread availability of jobs for native-level English speakers. Navigating the job market alone can...  [Read more]

6 Reasons for Teaching English in the Czech Republic - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker Destinations The Czech Republic is by no means a newcomer to the EFL teaching world; in fact, it has been a firm favorite with many teachers for several years. However, it may not be among the countries you initially consider when planning to teach English as a foreign language in Europe. So what is it about the country that draws in thousands of teachers from all over the world every year? The following 6 reasons for teaching English in the Czech Republic should provide a few answers. 1. A Thriving Job Market for English Language Teachers 2. Work Visas for Non-EU Citizens 3. A Great location for Exploring Europe ITTT Prague Center 4. A Low Cost of Living 5. Fascinating History, Culture and Architecture 6. World-Class Beer and a Relaxed Way of Life Are you ready to teach...  [Read more]

TEFL Asia General - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Year 6 Homeroom Teacher

Date posted:2024-04-13 | Writer: Sunway International School | Email: [email protected] Sunway International School is a leading educational institution based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We offer an international education to students from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Our school follows the Cambridge curriculum and provides a stimulating learning environment that encourages creativity, critical thinking, and personal growth. Position: Year 6 Homeroom Teacher We are currently seeking an experienced Year 6 Homeroom Teacher to join our team of dedicated educators. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering high-quality instruction to elementary/primary school students using the Cambridge curriculum. Skills and Qualifications: - A Bachelor's degree in Education or...  [Read more]

6 Facts about Teaching English in China - TEFL Blog

Jon ITTT Destinations Teaching English in China is as popular as ever and is one of the best places to put your TEFL certificate to use. In 2014, 7.26 million students graduated with Bachelor's and Master's degrees and the numbers were expected to rise in 2015. There are over 30,000 organizations or companies offering private English classes, with the Chinese market having nearly doubled in size in the last five years and is now worth around $3.1 billion. Money in China is good for English teachers Head away from the famous cities to save money China is increasingly diverse in its metropolitan areas There is an excellent transport network The country is ideally situated for exploring the wider region Chinese food in China is even more delicious than back home Do you want to teach...  [Read more]

Can TEFL work for non-native English speaking teachers? - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore TEFL Information TEFL is considered a career with few opportunities for non-native English speaking teachers as a lot of employers only hire native English speaking teachers. However, with the expansion of TEFL worldwide and the increasing number of individuals ready to get TEFL certified and move abroad to teach, there are also many non-native English speakers who enter the career of TEFL teaching. A TEFL certificate allows teachers to explore the world, break out of their national boundaries while working a rewarding job and earning a competitive salary. Polish Your Portfolio Get TEFL Certified Get to you know the employer Create your teaching portfolio and materials Choose the right location Now it's your turn to get TEFL certified! Related Articles: Listen to this...  [Read more]

Top 6 Government-run TEFL Teacher Programs - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva TEFL Information Teaching Ideas Looking to embark on an adventure abroad while making a positive impact as an English teacher? Government-run TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) programs offer an incredible opportunity to do just that. These well-organized initiatives, often backed by various countries' governments, provide aspiring educators with a unique chance to teach English in foreign lands, all while gaining an unforgettable cross-cultural experience. 1. FEI/TAPIF — France: International/USA Applications and Eligibility 2. NET Scheme in Hong Kong How to Qualify for the HK NET Scheme Category One requires: 3. CETP Hungary Application Process 4. JET Japan Application process Eligibility Duties 6. North American Language and Culture Assistants Program...  [Read more]

6 Steps for Effective Troubleshooting in a TEFL Classroom - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas When relevant to teaching English as a second language. There are some common problems happened in classes, this phenomenon is normal and it should be understood by qualified teachers, teachers should accept this challenge and be well-prepared. How can we handle the trouble arisen in classes correctly and successfully? This is what we will discuss below. Listen to this blog post: Problem Awareness 1. Relationship between teachers and students 2. Students' Language Level and Learning Ability 3. Class Size 4. English as the Main Source of Communication 5. Students' Motivation 6. Language Environment Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Dan S. Please note...  [Read more]

Will motivated students learn more English? - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences There is little doubt that students who are interested, involved and motivated are easier to teach. Motivated students are forthcoming and attentive, the class flows easily, and there is more response and creativity during activities. So, with a class full of motivated kids, we find our English class is more fun. But does that mean the students can learn as much? The level of motivation is tied to the teacher's response. Motivated students are more eager to learn. How to motivate your students Are you ready to teach English as a foreign language? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Melanie S. In many countries, in fact, in many traditional schools across the world, grammar drilling,...  [Read more]

6 Striking Benefits of Games in the ESL Class - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Games are one of the most important components in the classroom. They include activities that have goals and rules at the same fun time. There are lots of benefits to playing games in the classroom. Students can practice important skills by playing an educational game in a small group or with a partner. Whole class games are great means to review skills for a test or at the end of the unit. When students need a brain break or during an inside recess, action games work perfectly. Games can be given for homework to provide fun, engaging and differentiated practice. Games can be played in all subjects and at all grade levels. Games are fun as well as beneficial. Here are important benefits that we should use games in the classroom: 1. Games are motivating...  [Read more]

Tefl Review For In Class Phuket Course 6 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  Ben just completed the second week of his four-week in-class course in Phuket, Thailand. He found the second week to be challenging but had a lot of fun learning new things about teaching English overseas. He taught a couple of lessons to local EFL students at the training center and met a lot of new people from all over the world. He also received an student profiling assignment as well as his final assignment to create a fun and educational teaching game. He is excited where the qualification will lead him in the future and cannot wait to live abroad teaching English. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad!  [Read more]

TEFL Course Locations - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ 30+ TEFL Locations in 6 Continents

Our 4-week, in-class TEFL courses are currently offered in over 40 locations, in approximately 30 countries across six continents. The locations of our courses meet the growing demand for TEFL Certification, and demand for English language teachers in these cities, countries and continents. The composition of the course remains the same in all our TEFL locations, while the course and accommodation fees vary slightly from course to course. For further information on each country where we offer our TEFL Course, please choose a link below to discover more. Within each country page, there are further links for specific information, which go into details regarding the location, the accommodation we offer and dates and fees. These pages, combined with other resources on the site, should help...  [Read more]

TEFL ONLINE - page 6 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs online

There are students of English all over the world who prefer to learn English online rather than by physical attendance at a school or language academy. Qualified TEFL teachers are therefore hired by a number of different organisations to teach English online. Here are some online teaching positions: Hiring Native Level Online ESL Tutors | (Date posted:2021-07-18) Date posted:2021-07-18 | Writer: Acadsoc | Email: [email protected] Acadsoc is hiring homebased online English tutors providing a lot of home based online English teaching jobs. To conduct 1-to-1 English classes for 25 mins to learners (K-12) from China. The tutors will work from home, follow their shifts on the class table, teach online with provided materials, and submit class remarks after finishing every lesson. A...  [Read more]

Top Tips for Playing Games During the ESL Class - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva Teaching Ideas Learning foreign languages is a very exciting and very responsible deal. A significant role in teaching foreign languages, in particular, English, belongs to games in the classroom. Games enhance students' mental activity, helps them consolidate material of the lesson, therefore it's a very important activity. The developing value of the game we can find in itself, because where is a game - there is emotion. Where is emotion, there are attention improvisation and imagination. How to Implement Games? Teacher's Part Examples of Games Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Ivan S. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Tefl 120 Hour Course Unit 6 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  In this instalment of Chantelle?s TEFL course video diary she talks about the sixth unit. Unit 6 covers the past tenses; past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. As with Unit 4, this unit describes the structure and common usages of the tenses as well pointing out common mistakes and providing teaching ideas that can be used in the classroom. Although not her favourite unit, Chantelle thought it was well laid out with good test questions and support. 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...  [Read more]

6 Teaching Skills to Support Your Students Learning Process - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas It's my dream to be a teacher since I was a little girl. It's so lucky, I became an English teacher after I graduated from school. I like my job, I always prepared a lot before my class, such as materials, flashcards, teaching plan and so on. Because I hope my students will enjoy my class and gain knowledge through my class. 1. Attitude 2. Sense of Humor 3. Lesson Structure 4. Teaching Approach 5. Games and Activities 6. Encouragement Are you ready to teach ESL students abroad? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: I heard that a good teacher must be a good actor. I really impressed by this sentence, it always reminds me, no matter how tired you are and how sad you are, once you enter in the classroom, you must be full of energetic and keep a...  [Read more]

6 Tips You Need to Know About Jobs Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog

Mark Crocker TEFL Information If you are considering teaching English abroad, you will no doubt be aware that there are many things to think about when planning your adventure. You might also be a little overwhelmed by the whole prospect of packing your life into a suitcase and heading off overseas. Whatever stage in the process you are at, do not panic as tens of thousands of people have been just where you are now and have gone on to have a successful and enjoyable time teaching English as a foreign language. The following top 6 tips should help you focus on the most important things to consider and set you on the road to a new chapter in your life as an EFL teacher. 1. Get TEFL certified! 2. Allow Plenty of Preparation Time 3. Do Plenty of Research 4. Keep an Open Mind and Be...  [Read more]

TEFL Courses Information - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

We offer a world-renowned TEFL/TESOL certification course that equips you for the professional task of teaching English overseas, or in your home country. Our TEFL certification courses last for four weeks in a variety of exciting sites around the world, and have a very practical emphasis. There is no need to speak any language other than English, as our courses concentrate on training you to teach English with the international standard communicative approach - where English is the only language used in the classroom. Our TEFL certification courses are certainly demanding; however, we do everything within our power to encourage TEFL students to pass the course and to promptly acquire a teaching job abroad. 1 Teaching Practice This is the most practical and fundamental area of any TEFL...  [Read more]

Live Webinars - page 6 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT - Interactive TEFL and TESOL Training

Welcome to ITTT's Live Webinars, your gateway to dynamic, real-time educational experiences in the field of TEFL and TESOL. Our live webinar series brings together a diverse community of educators and language enthusiasts from around the globe, all united by a passion for teaching English. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting your journey in TEFL, our interactive webinars offer a unique opportunity to learn, connect, and grow. Join us as we explore the latest trends, teaching techniques, and insights from experts, all designed to help you excel in your English language instruction career. Dive in, participate, and advance your skills with ITTT's Live Webinars.  [Read more]

Answering the Most Asked TEFL/TESOL Questions - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hi welcome guys linda here from itt for another live session this week i'm so happy to be here today the weather is great today the lighting is good uh if you were watching last week uh yeah it was pretty much like the end of the world weather here and it suddenly turned super dark and i don't have a light or anything like a ring light so um but today it's great i feel good i have my coffee right here even though it's almost gone but um yeah so happy to be here if you can see me if you can hear me please just drop a high into the comments we are live on facebook and we're also live on youtube and if you're listening to this as a podcast episode thanks for the download we really appreciate it we always turn our live sessions into podcast episodes you can find the podcast on all major...  [Read more]

Top Reasons Why Rules of Pronunciation are Extremely Important for Teachers - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Many ESL teachers have never even heard of phonetics or phonology, yet they use these aspects of speech naturally when they speak. Phonetics and phonology are two areas of linguistics that study the sounds of language. Phonetics focuses on individual sounds, while phonology studies the features and combination of sounds (McMahon, 1-3). There are two reasons why ESL teachers need to know phonetics and phonology: first, it helps them to conceptualize English in a way that their students can understand; and second, it helps them to address their students' difficult pronunciation problems. Why Students Suffer from Pronunciation Issues? Lack of Subject Knowledge Sound Awareness Teacher as a Role Model Are you ready to take your TEFL course? Related...  [Read more]

Live TEFL Q&A: Ask Us Anything! - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

hello hi i am back for another live session this week my name is linda from itt over here and um yeah hi i took a break last week i was um traveling actually a little bit of traveling in korea not too far um but yeah i enjoyed the cherry blossoms so that's why there was no life for me last week but um yeah i'm back this week i'm super excited to be back and um yeah today we're just gonna have a um you know q and a session so you guys can ask me questions about tefl and tesol and everything uh teaching abroad teaching online whatever you want to know about tefl and tesol and all that good stuff um so yeah that's what i'm here for today so something a bit more casual um let's have a chat i like to you know uh get to know you guys better you can get to know me me and um iitt and tefl and all...  [Read more]

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