Would you like to teach English in Chile? English language teaching posts in South America are gowing in number and, in particular, there is increasing demand for English language teachers in Chile these days. If you are a native, or near-native speaker of English, and you are TESOL / TEFL qualified, then there is a […]
Teach English in China with an accredited TESOL/TEFL certificate A new year! A new challenge! Why not teach English in China? This is the fastest growing economy in the world, and the need for English teachers far outstrips the supply. Teaching English in China with a TESOL or TEFL certificate can be very rewarding whether you […]
Teachers of English who want to become trainers in Business English also require training because working as a Business English trainer is very different from working as a regular teacher of English. A teacher with only a TESOL or TEFL certificate will not have the right qualifications to teach Business English and they will need to take a specialist Certificate in Teaching Business English (TBE) to be appropriately qualified.
A wide variety of textbooks are available for TESOL classes but while they provide a healthy income for publishers, do they really serve the interests of the learners? Could it be that they just provide an easier path for teachers rather than providing a solid ladder for students?
Teaching English abroad has been an interest of many young people, and quite a few older people, for many years. While the great majority of those seeking to teach English abroad may be between 20 and 40, there are still a fair number up to the age of about 75 who venture abroad to achieve a long held ambition.
Teaching English as a Second Language abroad can take various forms; however, the initial training should be much the same whichever course title is used. These days, whichever course description they have, there are minimal differences between good initial training courses.
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