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The terms controlled practice and free practice are used to define two separate types of exercises and activities used in the English language classroom. While controlled practice is designed to reinforce a specific language point, free practice aims at letting the students practice the language point in an unrestricted manner.
This video is part of our series on the past tenses in English. In this video, we take a look at the past perfect tense. This tense is used to talk about a past action and a related past action before that. We relate two past actions to each other.
In the English language, there are nine true modal auxiliary verbs. These include: will, would, should, shall, might, may, must, can and could. The main usages of modal auxiliary verbs include expressing abilities, advice, deduction, obligation, offer, permission and possibility.
The home of our training course in Canada is the city of Toronto, the capital of Ontario and the most populous city in the country. This important global city is at the very heart of the country’s business and finance sectors, and also leads the way in terms of its arts and culture. Although Toronto is undeniably large in size, countless polls and surveys would suggest that it has avoided the fate of many North American cities by being rated as one of the world’s most livable urban areas.
The teaching idea in this video is for the past continuous involves students miming an action; however, unlike the mime activity for the present continuous students will not be doing the mimes for others to see. Instead they will stop the mime before the other students open their eyes. The students will then have to say what their classmates were doing before they stopped. For example: You were driving a car. You were eating a sandwich.
ITTT’s TEFL courses in #China offer superb training for teaching English in one of the most fascinating countries in the world. Taking your TEFL course in China will also provide you with numerous post course teaching opportunities throughout the country.
#Thailand is firmly established as one of Asia's must-see destinations and is a favorite stop for many on the traditional backpacker trail. For those who want to stay on for an extended visit the good news is there is a healthy demand for English language teachers in many parts of the country. Although wages may not match those found in some of the region's teaching hotspots, you can still earn enough to live a comfortable lifestyle and to enjoy all that this beautiful country has to offer.
The following guide will help you answer the question: How much can I earn (and save) while teaching English in Russia? You will also find information on the local cost of living in order to figure out how much to budget for when moving to Russia.
This guide will help you answer the question: How much can I earn (and save) teaching English in Hong Kong? You’ll also find information on the local cost of living in order to figure out how much to budget for when making the move to Hong Kong.
This guide will help you answer the question: How much can I earn (and save) teaching English in the Czech Republic? You’ll also find information on the local cost of living in order to figure out how much to budget for when making the move to the Czech Republic. #czechrepublic #prague #czech
Motivation is a crucial part of learning and it has grave importance especially in an ESL classroom. Language teachers should be aware of their role in motivating their students and take responsibility while teaching. Students tend to get easily demotivated while they are learning a new language since it involves making many mistakes and devoting a lot of time and effort.
The past perfect continuous is formed with two auxiliary verbs 'had' and 'been' along with the present participle. #tefl #teasel #teachingenglishabroad #teflcenters #teflschool #tesolcenters #tesolschools #Englishgrammar #Englishgrammarlessons #pastperfect #pastperfectcontinuous
The good news is there is no real age restrictions on who can take a TEFL course and then go on to teach English abroad. At ITTT we do require you to be at least 18 years old to enroll on our courses but there are certainly no upper age limits.
Covering a huge area of the North American continent that includes coastlines on both the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, the spectacular country of Canada is undoubtedly a fantastic destination for completing our 5-day combined training course. The great location of our Toronto training center is further enhanced with the addition of our high-quality facilities and professional teacher trainers who will ensure you successfully complete the TEFL course and have a great time whilst doing so.
This video is the first part of our English Grammar series. This episode covers the parts of speech of the English language. Some of the most important parts of speech include nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, pronouns and many more.
This video is part of our video series on "Evaluation and Testing of Students". In this video, we cover the different types of evaluations and testings that teachers, not only those working in the EFL field, will come across over the course of their career. Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today: https://www.teflcourse.net/?r=Pinterest
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.
This video is a sample EFL lesson in a real-life classroom setting abroad. In the engage phase of the lesson, the teacher elicits vocabulary from the students and gets them talking and thinking in English. It is important to always complete an engage phase before getting started on the study phase of a lesson.
This video is part of our video series on "Evaluation and Testing of Students". In this video, we look at the most common academic English exams learners of English take around the world. It is important for EFL teachers to know these different types of proficiency test as they will most likely come across them during their teaching career. Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today!