Admin - Apr 30 2017
Did you know that 95% of all so called boring classes came from a problem that could be solved by reading this article? Do you believe that you could gain more mastery of teaching skill? Did you know that you could become one of the best teachers in your field? Well, the opportunity to succeed is right here. I will summarize the secret in one word; PSYCHOLOGY. Is that all you have to know about this secret? Most probably the answer would be No, then what do we have to learn about psychology that will make us outstanding? Let us consider ten outstanding psychological principles to win as a teacher.
Admin - Feb 04 2017
It is often challenging to brainstorm new and creative ways to keep your students engaged and enthusiastic about learning English. With each student being as unique as a snowflake, a singular approach is seldom sufficient. As such, it necessitates that teachers employ a diverse approach when teaching English. One tried and tested method is incorporating arts and crafts to facilitate the learning process. Not only does it help visual learners understand and internalize fundamental concepts, but it also serves to build other essential skills such as teamwork. Utilizing the three-step process of preparation, personalization, and application, you too can make learning enjoyable through the world of crafts.
Admin - Nov 13 2016
Upon receiving your English teaching certification, you have the whole world to look forward to. Travel to your desired location, seek out new adventures, learn about different cultures; the possibilities may seem endless at first. However, that enthusiasm may quickly fade if after sending out dozens of applications, you don’t achieve the desired result. It isn’t uncommon to find yourself questioning the career choice and doubting your dreams. Through it all, there is one characteristic that remains unmoved; one’s passion to teach and enrich lives. So, instead of tirelessly applying to schools and private institutions around the world, what else could you do? The answer is simple; bypass all of the unnecessary troubles of landing work, and create your own teaching English job.
Admin - Oct 15 2016
Teaching English as a foreign language is challenging in itself, and that challenge is only further compounded by restless students who are unengaged and unmotivated. Attentive students keen on learning is of paramount importance for any successful teacher. Fortunately, there are various tips and tricks you could employ to keep your students focused and concentrating on the topic being taught. Instilling enthusiasm and then maintaining that interest is crucial to getting the most out of your students and helping them internalise the central concepts of the unit. Being mindful of the fundamental themes only further helps pupils to incorporate lessons into daily usage. There are many tools at your disposal to achieve eagerness in the classroom, however, for greatest success you must remember to use them judiciously and maintain an element of freshness.
Admin - Sep 01 2016
I struggled for 6 months searching for the best TEFL Training school, the best place to learn to teach English. I knew I needed to improve my English teaching skills to score some great jobs or even increase my knowledge around the world. It has never been easier since I found this information. It is clear and easy to learn to teach English more than ever. Below are seven best Trailblazer websites and schools leading the English teaching world in Asia. Have you ever heard the terms, TEFL? TESOL? Well I will explain them here. Welcome to a Lifetime of great English teaching adventures!
Admin - Jul 08 2016
It remains a mystery in my world how great public speakers like Martin Luther gathered the attention of his audience within the first sentence of his speech. Ever wondered if you could get a resource that could help you improve your spoken English to a tune that would be appreciated and celebrated by your audiences? Well its time you read this since it’s an ultimate solution to spoken English.
Admin - May 14 2016
Teaching abroad has always been a fun and fulfilling way to see the world while doing something meaningful. Before taking the bold step of moving from your native country in to a foreign land, it is best to understand some of the requirements for visa and tax compliance. It is important to note that the laws governing taxation and visa issues are constantly changing and it is therefore important to seek the most up-to-date information.
Admin - Mar 11 2016
Deciding to become a teacher is a great decision. It is a rewarding career that offers limitless possibilities for anyone who wishes to impart knowledge and skills to fellow humans. To become a competent teacher who can teach professionally, it is important to ensure that you undergo the best training available today. Many institutions offer teacher training courses for aspiring teachers. However, before you choose which teaching course to pursue, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Admin - Feb 20 2016
Teaching English as a second or foreign language (TEFL) is not for the faint-hearted. On one hand, it is a calling that is certainly full of promise. The adventure, level of fulfillment, and the financial rewards touted by organizations and people who advocate the ESL/TEFL lifestyle are real. The demand is high and the urge to meet it is just becoming more and more attractive given the current economic downturn at the home front. Moreover, the places where native English speakers can help service the demand can be very alluring. Just about anywhere--in the historic cities of Europe, the mysterious regions of the Far East, and the naturally rugged landscape of Africa--the need for educators to teach the lingua franca of globalization is immediate.
Admin - Feb 07 2016
There's nothing like authentic motivation to uplift the learning quotient of language students. Well-motivated ESL students learn faster, retain lessons better, discover opportunities to apply lesson principles more frequently, and express themselves in English more fluently compared to students who lack proper motivation. Early learners are naturally curious and are often compelled to explore and engage their environment. As people grow older, however, this natural curiosity tapers off substantially, such that many students in a conventional classroom environment find it hard to focus on the lesson.