English Grammar - Past Perfect - Usage - Online Teaching Course


The past perfect is used as the past in the past to talk about events that happened in the past before another past event. For example: The concert had started before I arrived. The past perfect is covered in more detail in ITTT's 120-hour online teaching course. There are other courses available from 60-hour courses covering teaching skills to a 250-hour Diploma in TESOL. You can also take a specialisation teaching young learners or in teaching business English. Whatever your requirements are, if you are looking to become qualified to teach English from your own home, ITTT will have the right online teaching course for you.

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.

Phrasal verbs, modals and passive voice are probably some of the most complicated items in English learning. This unit gives a brief, yet accurate summary of how to teach them in a more simple way. Also the usage of relative clauses, although easier than the other items covered in this unit, is essential to get right and these relative pronouns are also confused with question words.This unit talked about the importance of using course books and lesson materials and the different adavantages and disadvanteges that come with it. I learned in this unit that there are two different type of materials and that they can be used for different reasons to teach English. I also learned how to analyze a course book in order to determine the best one for teaching my class.

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