Since March of this year, many countries have imposed a lockdown and as a result many schools have closed their businesses, have put a temporary hold on all classes and a vast numbers of tech-shy teachers are have had to learn very quickly how to teach remotely. EFL and ESL teachers found themselves delivering lessonsRead More »How to turn the COVID19 EFL challenge into an opportunity
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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
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?
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Miracles do happen and it did, to me, an English teacher living and working in Madrid. What was the miracle? Read and weep (for happiness) with me! Hi, my name is Liza, and I´m from a tiny village in Wales, in the UK. I had been to Spain on holidays with my Mum and DadRead More »Storytelling 14: Liza Wales
Hi there, my name is Robin, and I am from Cork in Ireland. I am 23 years old, and I have just finished my Bachelors in Spanish language and culture. I would like to do my Masters in the same subject, and that´s why I am in Madrid right now. I thought it would beRead More »Storytelling 13: Living and working in Spain
Hi, I am Janet from New Zealand and for the moment I´m living and working as a teacher in Tokyo. After a hectic, intensive course, with quite a few reports to write, some “wake up calls” in my own mother tongue, and exciting teaching practice classes with real non-English speaking students, I was the proudRead More »Storytelling 12: Janet from New Zealand
Hi y´all, I´m Mike from Houston in Texas, the USA. I´m 22 years old, and finished college 3 months ago. I took some courses in Spanish at college, but didn´t feel that I was able to speak it well. That´s why I ended up in Spain. I found this Trinity College CertTESOL course and IRead More »Story telling 11: My first job ever!