TEFL Job Interview – Part 2

ALL You Need to Know for a TEFL Job Interview – Part 2

Table of contents Less is more! Ask appropriate questions TEFL interview questions about language awareness TEFL interview questions about your teaching and classroom management TEFL job interview questions about your interests, expectations and aspirations Other TEFL job interview questions Face to face and Skype TEFL interviews TEFL interview lesson plans TEFL interview questions to askRead More »ALL You Need to Know for a TEFL Job Interview – Part 2
ALL You Need to Know for a TEFL Job Interview

ALL You Need to Know for a TEFL Job Interview – Part 1

Table of contents Introduction TEFL job interview Do your homework Be on time Dress for the job Personality is the key Share your problem-solving experiences, personal anecdotes Upcoming You’ve done it! You earned your Trinity College CertTESOL Certificate. Introduction EBC had 2 Job Workshop days and you have been told about TEFL interviews, what theRead More »ALL You Need to Know for a TEFL Job Interview – Part 1
Learn to speak Spanish in record time with these tips

Learn to speak Spanish in record time with these tips.

Spanish is derived from the country’s name Spain so it’s not surprising that if someone wants to learn the Spanish “de la madre patria” (from the mother country), they study on the Road2Spain programme. And learn to teach English in Madrid at the same time they improve their Spanish. Afterschool activities At EBC, we organiseRead More »Learn to speak Spanish in record time with these tips.
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English teaching resources: Minimal pairs, the /ei /versus the /ai / sounds

English level: B1/B2 Objective: To train the students to hear the difference between sounds that seem the same. A lot of English language students have a hard time distinguishing between the two different sounds in words like “may” /ei / and “my” /ai /. They might get some help from the context, but what ifRead More »English teaching resources: Minimal pairs, the /ei /versus the /ai / sounds
English teaching resources: Words with similar sounds, but different spellings and meanings

English teaching resources: Words with similar sounds, but different spellings and meanings.

English level: A2, B1/B2 Objective: To understand the meanings of words from its context. Introduction: Already during the Teaching Practice classes at the EBC TEFL course, we realise that English pronunciation is not at all easy for foreigners. In addition, the lack of consistency between spelling and sound sinks in. A lot of words inRead More »English teaching resources: Words with similar sounds, but different spellings and meanings.
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English teaching resources: Amazing art, expressing impressions and feelings

English level: B2/C1 (Intermediate/Advanced) Topic: Amazing art. Objective: To be able to express impressions and feelings regarding art. Intro A lesson about art, is normally appropriate for students at an advanced level of TEFL training. You can tell the students to bring a copy/print out/photo of their favourite piece of art, or you (as aRead More »English teaching resources: Amazing art, expressing impressions and feelings
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What’s a great way to break ice on your first day of teaching English?

What’s a great way to break ice on your first day of teaching English? Have fun with animals! Learning techniques to motivate students is one of the many things a TEFL course can do for English teachers who choose EBC. Animals can be useful creatures, they provide us with milk, wool, meat etc, but theyRead More »What’s a great way to break ice on your first day of teaching English?