We use many different acronyms to describe English language teaching. Of course, all of these terms basically refer to the same thing, but they can sometimes cause confusion. If you have heard about terms like TEFL and TESOL, but haven’t quite figured out what they mean, this article should be helpful to you. TEFL TEFL […]
Have you got the right skills and traits to be an ESL teacher?
Do you know enough grammar? If you are a native English speaker, you will have no difficulty speaking English fluently. You should also be able to write reasonably well. But it is still possible that you don’t know anything about English grammar. Speaking English is one thing. Teaching it is an altogether different thing. If […]
Things to consider before becoming an ESL/EFL teacher
Teaching English to non-native speakers of the language can be both fun and challenging. But before you decide to become an EFL teacher, here are a few questions you need to ask. Do you like people? If you don’t like interacting with people or aren’t patient enough to answer their questions, you can’t be a […]
Why take CELTA?
One of the biggest advantages of becoming an ESL teacher is the opportunity to work and live abroad. Millions of people learn English so if you are a qualified ESL/EFL teacher, you should have no trouble finding a good job. If you want to pursue a career in teaching English to non-native speakers, you should […]