The last week. Only the external moderation is left and then I qualify as a Trinity CertTESOL trained English teacher. DAY 16 Upload all unit work so far into the Moderation Zone Day 16 live classes Unit 1: Teaching Skills - Final progress tutorial (Live, 2 hours) Individual tutorial (in private) with your trainer aboutRead More »Week four of your 4-week Online Trinity College CertTESOL
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I am now on week 3 of my 4-week Trinity College CertTESOL Online course. When I get to the end of this week, the pressure drops a bit but I still need to be focussed because next week I meet the Trinity College appointed moderator. Here's what is in store for week 3. DAY 11Read More »Week three of your 4-week Online Trinity College CertTESOL
Welcome to week 2 of the 4-week Trinity College CertTESOL Online course. Here’s what to expect during week two of the EBC online Trinity CertTESOL course. DAY 6 Upload all Unit work so far into the Moderation Zone Day 6 live classes Unit 5: Unknown language - lesson 3 (Live, 1 hour) This is aRead More »Week two of your 4-week Online Trinity College CertTESOL
The 4 Week Online Trinity CertTESOL course covers real-world teaching methodologies, grammar structures, teaching practice classes with non-English speaking students from the Beginner’s (A1 – A2) level all through to the Advanced (C1) level, structured lesson planning, student´s needs´ analysis, Business English and much more. Units 1 – 5 will be covered in 4 weeks.Read More »How is my 4-week Online Trinity College CertTESOL done?
August may be the summer month when most Spanish people go on holiday but when summer is here, the capital comes alive for everyone thanks to its street parties and popular festivals. Break the routine and come join us in getting to know the city and finding out why Madrid really is the best destination thisRead More »3 great holiday celebrations in Madrid in August
If you are an experienced teacher or you have just begun the amazing and rewarding experience of teaching English as a foreign language, you may have seen how hard it can be to keep your students interested and attentive during your class. This is especially true when you are teaching children or teenagers because theirRead More »Six great tips to keep your students attentive and focussed
How BREXIT affects the EFL teacher for the good and for the bad. Get as much work experience abroad as you can to prepare for whatever BREXIT may bring.
After completing your TEFL course, you are surely eager to get to work and experience first-hand how it is like to be a TEFL teacher in Spain. But, do you know how the Spanish education system works? Having a broad idea of the education system in Spain will help future teachers to better understand theRead More »A guide to the Spanish Education System
There are a lot of things to both do and see in Madrid, so let us just for some time (the time it takes to read this) imagine that I am your guide. I would tell you to meet up at Puerta del Sol (the sun gate), which is the very centre of not onlyRead More »Been there, done that…
Time for a change. Hi, I am Dave. I am 25 years old and I´m from Newcastle in the UK. I am about to finish my studies in international politics and foreign affairs, and I don’t know what to do next. I am considering three options; I could start applying for jobs and going forRead More »Story telling 4: Dave, New Castle