What are the main areas English language recruiters want to know about? Here’s a list of some common TEFL interview questions. Prepare for these, and you’ll give yourself the best chance of success in your interview. This article covers the main areas recruiters want to know about, your language awareness, teaching and classroom management knowledge, skills and experience, interests, expectations, and aspirations. These are pretty broad areas, so we examine some example questions and how you should answer them.
You have made it to the interview stage, which is your door opener, and now you need to give an excellent impression to convince the DOS (Director of Studies), who is usually the one conducting the interview, that you are the one for the job. Here are the tips that will enhance your chances of bagging that dream TEFL job! This article is based on EBC’s Job Workshop, where you are told about TEFL interviews, what the interviewer may ask, how you should answer these questions, how you should dress, act, etc. You feel ever so prepared until the first email or phone call asking you to come for an interview!
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Non-natives can teach English as a foreign language. Naglaa Monem, from Egypt, says that non-natives can teach English and are not looked down on.