Do employers recognise online TEFL courses? If you want to know if employers recognise online TEFL courses, don’t jump into the exciting world of TEFL just yet. First, you should get certified in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). And not just any Online TEFL certificate but one recognised and accepted by the British Council. This recognition translates into worldwide acceptance from employers, language schools, colleges and universities offering EFL and ESL to their students and professional clients. No need to guess any further; we’re talking about the Online Trinity College CertTESOL certificate.
This blog and video briefly describe Krashen’s widely known and well-accepted second language acquisition theory. His theory has dramatically impacted all areas of second language research and teaching.
Use riddles to teach English, have some fun and increase your students’ imagination. Riddles exist in most cultures and tell a lot about how people entertained themselves before TV, movies, and modern technology gave us passive entertainment. Students could either listen to the riddles or read them and then try to find the solution.
Teaching English to senior learners, what you need to know. There are many benefits of studying for older learners, such as increased self-confidence, increased feelings of health and well-being and reduced feelings of isolation. Whether it’s a parent, a grandparent, a relative, a friend, or even a stranger, the new challenges and changes that come with ageing require flexibility, openness to change, and acceptance of a new way of life.
Jaw-dropping Good Friday customs worldwide – Holy Week makes people nostalgic for Spain. On Good Friday, Spain seems to stay up through most of the night to commemorate Jesus’s crucifixion. Of course, there is a lot of boozing around the celebrations, but a solemn commemoration of Christ’s passion is at the core.
My morning mantra to recharge from the day before. My morning routine gets me into shape, whether it was a good, mediocre or bad class the day before.