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Where to study TEFL in the Philippines? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Where to study TEFL in the Philippines? The Philippines, with English as one of its two official languages, maintains a strong foundation in English language instruction. English is incorporated into mainstream school curricula and widely employed in sectors such as government, media, business, and education. Given the pervasive use of English throughout the nation, it is unsurprising that many Filipino teachers occupy a significant proportion of English teaching roles in the Philippines and across various Asian countries. Nonetheless, the Philippines continues to attract numerous international teachers due to its rich cultural offerings and warm hospitality. Table of Contents Where is the best place to study TEFL in the Philippines? Does ITTT have a TEFL center in the Philippines? Online...  [Read more]

Study Abroad Vs Teaching Abroad What S Better - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Study Abroad vs. Teaching Abroad - What's Better?   Do you want to live abroad and experience a new culture? Studying abroad and teaching abroad are both excellent ways to do this! But which one of the two options is better for you? Let's find out in this live session! #TEFL #BestTEFL #TeachEnglish Are you ready to teach English abroad or online? Click here and get started today: https://bit.ly/37gs5vO What is TEFL Certification? Where is it valid: https://bit.ly/36ma2Fg Check out our wide range of TEFL Courses: https://bit.ly/3ltqt73 Teach English online from anywhere you want: https://bit.ly/3ltqEPL Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! Check out ITTT's Blog Posts  [Read more]

Are free or cheap TEFL / TESOL Certification courses worth it? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Are free or cheap TEFL / TESOL Certification courses worth it? Marketing ploy: The course itself may be free or cheap, but legitimate TEFL / TESOL certification comes at a cost. This practice is increasingly common across various online course providers. While you can access the course content for free or at a minimal fee, obtaining a certificate often requires an additional payment. Essentially, you end up paying for the certification, making the overall cost similar to that of a regular course where certification is included in the price. Table of Contents Hours: Free TEFL / TESOL courses often lack the necessary study hours. Accreditation: Most free TEFL / TESOL courses lack recognition. Considering the adage "You get what you pay for?. A checklist for evaluating TEFL / TESOL courses....  [Read more]

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


TESOL TEFL Reviews - Video Testimonial - OgSun   OgSun from South Korea took the 120-hour online TESOL with tutor support and videos. In this TESOL review video OgSun tells how she had always wanted to take a TESOL course but struggled to be able to fit studying into her already busy schedule. The online course from ITTT solved this problem by allowing her to study where and when she wanted. With a six-month time limit and the ability to study anywhere, ITTT?s online courses are ideal for those who need to fit their study time around their busy schedules. 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...  [Read more]

How to teach EFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How to teach EFL EFL stands for English as a Foreign Language and is to almost all purposes the same as ESL, English as a Second Language. These two are also equivalent to ESOL which means, English to Speakers of Other Languages. For each of these terms, when we talk about the teaching of them, we add a ‘T’ to the front of each acronym and hence we arrive at the terms TEFL, TESL and TESOL. As they are basically the same we will refer to just one from here on, TEFL for the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language and EFL for English as a Foreign Language. TEFL qualifications Almost all TEFL teaching positions require a minimum qualification of a 100 to 120-hour TEFL certification. Courses provided to cover this certification are usually delivered by one of three methods, namely,...  [Read more]

How to teach EFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How to teach EFL EFL stands for English as a Foreign Language and is to almost all purposes the same as ESL, English as a Second Language. These two are also equivalent to ESOL which means, English to Speakers of Other Languages. For each of these terms, when we talk about the teaching of them, we add a ?T' to the front of each acronym and hence we arrive at the terms TEFL, TESL and TESOL. As they are basically the same we will refer to just one from here on, TEFL for the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language and EFL for English as a Foreign Language. Table of Contents TEFL qualifications Onsite courses Online courses Combined courses Teaching jobs TEFL qualifications Almost all TEFL teaching positions require a minimum qualification of a 100 to 120-hour TEFL certification. Courses...  [Read more]

What is EFL? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is EFL? EFL stands for English as a Foreign Language. It is a term widely recognized in the English language teaching industry, renowned for its many acronyms like TEFL, TESOL, ESOL, and ESL. Specifically, EFL refers to the teaching or studying of English by non-native speakers. While it has distinctions, it is often used interchangeably with other similar acronyms in the context of English education. Table of Contents What is the difference between EFL and ESL? What is EFL in the classroom? Who are EFL students? What is the difference between EFL and ESL? EFL, or English as a Foreign Language, pertains to students learning English in a country where English isn't the primary language, such as a Spanish-speaker studying English in Mexico. They predominantly communicate in their...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - English Grammar Past Simple Teaching Idea Tesol Courses - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


English Grammar - Past Simple - Teaching Idea - TESOL Courses   The teaching idea covered here is one that would be appropriate for adult English language learners. It involves students writing a CV including personal data such as where they were born, their education history and their work experience. This activity could be a precursor to a job interview activity where students interview each other for different jobs using information from their CVs. By taking one of ITTT's TESOL Courses you will learn useful teaching ideas such as the one covered in this video. There are number of options available to study from short 60-hour introductory courses to longer 120-hour TESOL Courses. It is also possible to take ITTT's TESOL Courses in-class at any one of our training centres around...  [Read more]

How do I get TEFL / TESOL certified? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How do I get TEFL / TESOL certified? Online TEFL / TESOL certification. registered you can begin the course straight away. We will send you an email containing all you need to get your studies underway, including your personal login details for our online TEFL /TESOL training platform. Once signed in to the platform you will have access to all the materials required to complete the first unit of the course. When you feel you have absorbed the information sufficiently you can then take an automated online test based on the materials for that first unit. The test is a short, multiple-choice assessment that is designed to test your understanding of the unit before you move onto the next part of the course. To pass the course you will need to achieve a grade of at least 75% across all the...  [Read more]

Providers Inexpensive TEFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Providers Inexpensive TEFL Check out tefl tesol about Providers Inexpensive TEFL 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 G.F. - U.S.A. said: ESAImagine going to a different country of your choice with the intent of either taking a sweet vacation or just enjoying the sites. All of a sudden a good friend of yours needs you to teach an English class in this country or asks a favor for the day if you could teach, would you know what to do? Or even imagine being at your workplace and your boss needs you to write a presentation. What form or idea do you have in order to make a lesson or...  [Read more]

Are online TEFL courses worth it? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Are online TEFL courses worth it? Online TEFL courses come in many shapes and sizes and their popularity continues to grow year after year. The convenience of being able to study in your own time from wherever you are in the world is one of the biggest attractions of this form of study, as is the relatively low cost. However, before you make a final decision on which type of course suits you best, it is advisable to have all the facts to hand. Table of Contents Are online TEFL courses as good as in-class TEFL courses? If I choose an online TEFL course, will I still be issued a full TEFL certificate? Who accredits the online TEFL course certificates? How will I receive the online TEFL course study materials? How will I be assessed during an online TEFL course? How quickly can I...  [Read more]

TEFL Certification - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


TEFL certification What is TEFL certification? TEFL certification is an academic qualification that is typically required when applying for English language teaching positions in most countries worldwide. While it may still be possible to find teaching jobs without any relevant qualifications in a few of the less popular destinations, a TEFL certification from a reputable course provider is an essential ingredient when looking for TEFL jobs that pay a good salary and offer comfortable working conditions. Table of Contents What is TEFL certification? What does TEFL certification mean? Should I get a TEFL or TESOL certification? What are the requirements for TEFL certification? How do I get TEFL certification? Which TEFL certification course should I choose? How much does TEFL...  [Read more]

TEFL TESOL Courses Open To All Nationalities - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


TEFL TESOL Courses Open To All Nationalities   There are many great benefits to taking an online TEFL certification course and one of the most popular is the fact that it can be taken from absolutely any location around the world. As long as you have access to an internet connection and a device to run it on, you are in business. As all of the written course materials and instruction videos can be downloaded for offline use, you do not even need to have continual internet access to successfully complete the training. Similarly, while some people have access to a powerful personal computer, this is not a necessity as our online courses can be just as easily taken using a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. How and when you choose to study is also in your own hands. To allow for maximum...  [Read more]

TEFL Alumni Interview with Elleda Spitzer - TEFL Blog


Mon, 19 Apr 2021 Federico Riva Alumni Experiences TEFL Reviews & TESOL Reviews TEFL Alumni Interview with Elleda Spitzer For ITTT, our community of students and alumni is the most important to us. That’s why we’d love to share what our course grads have to say! This will not only have others make a better decision in whether TEFL/TESOL is for them, but it will also help the ITTT community grow bigger and stronger! Table of Contents 1. What’s your name? 2. Where are you from? Where do you currently live? 3. Which ITTT course(s) did you take? 4. Why did you take a TEFL/TESOL course from ITTT? 5. What was your favorite part about the course? 6. You've finished your TEFL/TESOL course - now what? What are your plans and goals? 7. What's your no. 1 tip for other...  [Read more]

What is a TEFL exam? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is a TEFL exam? First we need to define what TEFL means before looking at the various ways in which it can be examined to provide a teaching certificate. There are various locations in which a TEFL exam can be taken and different methods of instruction, these will also be considered. Table of Contents What does TEFL stand for? What does the TEFL certificate involve and how is it examined? Where can I take the exam? Which type of TEFL exam does ITTT offer? What does TEFL stand for? The acronym TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language and it can be used in any situation where the English language is being taught to non-native English speakers. Technically speaking, TEFL refers to teaching English in countries where English is not the native language. It is a term used...  [Read more]

Are online TEFL courses worth it? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Are online TEFL courses worth it? Online TEFL courses come in many shapes and sizes and their popularity continues to grow year after year. The convenience of being able to study in your own time from wherever you are in the world is one of the biggest attractions of this form of study, as is the relatively low cost. However, before you make a final decision on which type of course suits you best, it is advisable to have all the facts to hand. Are online TEFL courses as good as in-class TEFL courses? The subjects covered in our 120-hour online TEFL course and our in-class TEFL courses are virtually identical. The one area that clearly separates the two versions is observed teaching practice (OTP). Our in-class courses include extensive time in a real classroom where you can practice...  [Read more]

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


What does Level 6 TEFL mean? 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? A level 6 TEFL qualification is equivalent to an undergraduate or bachelor’s degree. With this level of TEFL certification, better-paying TEFL jobs are easier to...  [Read more]

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


What does Level 6 TEFL mean? 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. Table of Contents 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? What is a level 6 TEFL qualification? A level 6 TEFL...  [Read more]

What I've Learned From My TEFL Course in Business English - TEFL Blog


Thu, 07 Feb 2019 Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences What I've Learned From My TEFL Course in Business English Upon completing the teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) for business English (BE), the best things I’ve learned would have to be the section that covered ESA (engage, study, activate), including boomerang and patchwork lessons, and how the engage, study, activate methodology is the core of a great teaching syllabus. Table of Contents ESA Methodology of Teaching “My time in this TEFL business English course has been invaluable.” Listen to this blog post Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Kinsey K. ESA Methodology of Teaching The best thing I’ve learned from my...  [Read more]

What can I do with a TEFL degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What can I do with a TEFL degree? First we will look at the different levels of study currently available and how they relate to the world of TEFL qualifications. Taking the UK as an example, there are nine qualification levels; examples of actual UK qualifications at each level are given below: Entry level Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 From the above, we can see that a degree in TEFL/TESOL is at level 6 and is therefore a very high level of study in the English teaching world. A few examples of such Level 6 courses are shown below: https://www.bachelorstudies.com/BA-English-Language-Linguistics-and-TESOL/United-Kingdom/York-St-John-University/ https://www.bachelorstudies.com/Bachelor-of-Arts-in-TESOL/USA/Great-Northern-University/...  [Read more]

What is a TEFL exam? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is a TEFL exam? First we need to define what TEFL means before looking at the various ways in which it can be examined to provide a teaching certificate. There are various locations in which a TEFL exam can be taken and different methods of instruction, these will also be considered. What does TEFL stand for? The acronym TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language and it can be used in any situation where the English language is being taught to non-native English speakers. Technically speaking, TEFL refers to teaching English in countries where English is not the native language. It is a term used mainly in the UK and is used interchangeably with the equivalent USA term TESOL. As with any profession, teaching has a series of exams at different levels. Within the world of...  [Read more]

In-class and online TEFL/TESOL courses: What’s the Difference? - TEFL Blog


Thu, 07 Feb 2019 Linda Dunsmore TEFL Information In-class and online TEFL/TESOL courses: What’s the Difference? There are three common ways of earning your TEFL/TESOL certificate; in-class, online or a combination of the two. But how do they differ and how can you decide which course is the right one for you? Table of Contents In-class TEFL/TESOL training Online TEFL/TESOL courses Combined TEFL/TESOL courses Which course is best for you? Listen to this blog post Get learning and start teaching! Related Articles: In-class TEFL/TESOL training The first option is the in-class TEFL course and this is best for people who like a structured study environment and have the ability to attend a four week on-site course. Trainees on in-class courses benefit from more than 120 hours of study...  [Read more]

What is EFL? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is EFL? Anyone who is involved in English language teaching (ELT) is well aware of the industry’s love of acronyms. If you have researched training courses you will undoubtedly have come across several such as TEFL, TESOL, ESOL, EFL, ESL, ELT, and many more. Here we will look at EFL and the first thing to clear up is that EFL stands for English as a Foreign Language. It is often used interchangeably with some of the other acronyms mentioned when referring to the teaching or studying of the English language by non-native English speakers. What is the difference between EFL and ESL? Although these two acronyms are regularly used interchangeably within the teaching world, there are technical differences between the two. English as a Foreign Language (EFL) refers to situations where a...  [Read more]

What is the Central European Teaching Program (CETP) for teaching English in Hungary? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


What is the Central European Teaching Program (CETP) for teaching English in Hungary? Every year, thousands of new and experienced teachers head to Europe looking for adventure while working as an English language teacher. A large number of these will arrive in the usual hotspots across Italy and Spain where the competition for jobs can be very high. If you are looking for something a little different that is slightly off the beaten path, then the Central European Teaching Program (CETP) may be worth a look. The CETP is a long running program that places applicants into schools in Hungary to work as English language teachers. What are the requirements for the Central European Teaching Program? The CETP is open to native English speakers from the U.S., Canada, the U.K., or any other EU...  [Read more]

When should I enrol on a TEFL course? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


When should I enrol on a TEFL course? Once you have made the decision that teaching English abroad is the right path for you to take, the next step is to complete a TEFL certification course that will give you the qualification and knowledge you need to find a good job and be confident and successful in the classroom. However, when it comes to choosing a TEFL course there are many different options available and each has a different time frame from sign-up to completion. Table of Contents When should I sign-up for an in-class TEFL course? How important are hiring seasons when deciding on a TEFL course date? When should I sign up for an online TEFL course? When should I sign-up for an in-class TEFL course? When considering when to sign-up for an in-class TEFL course, it is advisable to...  [Read more]

Is an online TEFL certificate worth it? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Is an online TEFL certificate worth it? Online TEFL courses come in a variety of formats and their popularity grows year after year. One of the most appealing aspects of this type of study is the ability to study on your own time from wherever you are in the world, as is the relatively low cost. However, before making a final decision on which type of course is best for you, make sure you know all the options out there. Are online TEFL courses as effective as in-person TEFL courses? Our 120-hour online TEFL course and our in-person TEFL courses cover nearly identical topics. The one area where the two versions differ is observed teaching practice (OTP). Our in-person courses include extensive time in a real classroom where you can hone your teaching skills under the supervision of...  [Read more]

How do I apply for a student visa to legally teach English in Spain? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


How do I apply for a student visa to legally teach English in Spain? As Spain is a member of the EU, language schools generally prefer to hire teachers from fellow EU countries as they do not need to go through the hassle of applying for a work visa. However, this doesn't stop thousands of non-EU citizens from coming to Spain each year to work as English language teachers. Many of these simply enter on a tourist visa and technically work illegally. While this is common practice and rarely has any negative consequences, there is an alternative for those who want to live and work in Spain. By enrolling on a study course (typically a Spanish language course), teachers can apply for a student visa that also allows them to legally work a certain number of hours per week. What is the...  [Read more]

TEFL Teaching - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


TEFL Teaching Would you like to earn some money during your gap-year or do you want to leave your boring 9 to 5 life behind and start a whole new career? Whatever your situation, if you have a dream to teach English to non-native English speakers in your home country, overseas, or online, we will do our very best to answer as many of your questions as possible. Before we go any further, we should first establish what we actually mean by TEFL and TEFL teaching. What is TEFL? The world of English language teaching loves to use acronyms and one of the most common is TEFL, which stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. This phrase is largely used in British English to label any environment where English instruction is provided to a non-native English speaker. Its American English...  [Read more]

Is a free TEFL certificate legit? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs


Is a free TEFL certificate legit? We can start with two sayings: 1) These is no such thing as a free lunch And 2) You get what you pay for With these two things in mind let us explore what free TEFL certificates are available and the problems that may be associated with them. Marketing tool: The course is free but you pay for certification This is becoming more common with online courses in all subjects across the curriculum. You are able to take a course for free (or at a minimal cost) but there is no certificate issued with the course. You are then offered certificate options from a PDF emailed version to full hard copy certificate with postage. When you add the certification cost you find it is similar to buying a regular course which has the certificate and regular postage already...  [Read more]

Why Taking a TEFL Course Is Highly Beneficial - TEFL Blog


Mon, 28 Jan 2019 Linda Dunsmore TEFL Information Why Taking a TEFL Course Is Highly Beneficial There are many reasons to take a TEFL/TESOL course, not least because it is the best way to enable you to work almost anywhere in the world as an English teacher. Table of Contents You'll learn how to teach effectively You'll learn about English Grammar You'll learn how to plan your own lessons You'll learn about various teaching methods Teacher Development Benefits Listen to this blog post What are you waiting for? Get qualified and get teaching now! Related Articles: The days where simply being a native English speaker was enough to secure a job as an English teacher around the world are long gone and the majority of employers worldwide expect their teachers to have a TEFL/TESOL...  [Read more]

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