TESOL Online in Arizona - Teacher English Jobs

Do you want to be TEFL or TESOL-certified in Arizona? Are you interested in teaching English in Arizona? Check out our opportunities in this beautiful US state, Become certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language and start teaching English in your community or abroad! Teflonline.net offers a wide variety of Online TESOL Courses and a great number of opportunities for English Teachers and for Teachers of English as a Second Language.
Check out which city/town you may be more interested in and start your journey|

Aguila
This unit taught me grammar and the different parts of speech. I already have knowledge on this subject, but it was great to have a refresher of the different types of each part of speech, and the rul
Read more
Ajo
The main focus of this unit was on Theories ,methods and techniques of teaching.n this chapter various method of teaching where covered,this includes; -Grammar-Translation which puts more emphasis on
Read more
Ak Chin
This unit covers the basic components of what a good teacher is and what a good learner is. Several characteristics that a good teacher can employ are prompting students, monitoring classwork moderate
Read more
Ak-Chin Village
This unit has really broaden my scope. First, it gives me inside of what students have to know about language. They have to be exposed to it, understand its meaning,how its constructed and be able to
Read more
Alamo Lake
I have learnt a most important part of English language from this unit and that is Grammar. I have read about Parts of speech, explanation and basic rules of each part of speech as well as the uses of
Read more
Ali Chuk
I’m quite impressed with technical expertise of this unit. The authors of this unit demonstrated the ability to take a complex subject with a lot of details and break it down into easy understandabl
Read more
Ali Chukson
In this unit I learned about teaching special groups of students. From beginners to business professionals different groups of student swill have different needs to be addressed and assessed. There a
Read more
Ali Molina
The information in this unit was presented with an expert knowledge. Too often this type of units (grammar) lacks a real in-class situations and practice perspective. But I really like that in this co
Read more
Alpine
In unit 11 teaching receptive skills, reading and listening, was introduced. This included how we read and listen, such as pre-existing knowledge and practice in predictive skills, skimming, and deduc
Read more
Amado
This unit is an overview of the relationship between learners and teachers. In my opinion, the most important characteristic of a good teacher is able to motivate learners. He/she should make teaching
Read more
Anegam
I learnt that teaching pronunciation is important. I have never learnt the phonetic symbols when I was learning English in school so this unit was an eye-opener for me. I realised that pronunciation i
Read more
Antares
This was a good review of Unit 3. However, I'm finding questions in most tests that do not have clear or exact examples in the reading material. For example, Question 14 in Unit 7 asks about a Patchwo
Read more
Anthem
This unit explains the different usages of the future tenses. By watching the teaching ideas shown in the video, I am also able to better understand the differences among the various future tenses. In
Read more
Apache Junction
This unit covers several different clauses, in addition to subtleties that can be used with passive and active voice. Transitive and intransitive verbs are introduced and explained. This lesson is ver
Read more
Arivaca
This unit covered forms of assessment used before and during the course of an EFL course. Before entering a course, a placement exam is usually given to decide which class would be most suitable for t
Read more
Arivaca Junction
In this Unit, we learnt the parts of speech their characteristics and the role they play in a sentence. It gave clear explantions about grammar topics and help me to better understand in a brief expla
Read more
Arizona City
Unit five is about managing the classroom. This is not an easy task for the teacher. The classroom should be managed in a friendly way while being at ease with the students yet maintaining disciplin
Read more
Arizona Village
I have learnt in the section of ''Evaluation and Testing'' about educational setting, assessment, evaluation, and testing are all used to measure how much of the assigned materials students are master
Read more
Arlington
As mentioned in the unit, it is easy to neglect the productive skills in class for they are considered as either a quiet time or an unorganized time. This unit allowed me to realize that general step
Read more
Ash Fork
This unit helps me know that "might" and "may" are modal auxiliary verbs that remain the same for all persons. And "don't" uses the auxiliary "do" in question and negative form. This unit also makes m
Read more
Avondale
     When I decided to become a teacher on broad , I realized that I have no knowledge about  the new technology tools that are currently being used in most schools  . This unit  it's  extreme
Read more
Avra Valley
This unit introduced course book and lesson materials. I learned that course books are very emotive issue which has advantage and disadvantage. It designed for general audience so not suitable for spe
Read more
Aztec
This unit was focused on past tenses which can be categorized into 4 types; 1.Past simple tense - Its is used for actions completed at a definite time in the past,for past actions when the time is giv
Read more
Bagdad
The lesson covered aspects of grammar and the definitions of word use kin great detail. This is the core of what I imagine the focus of the teaching will be for intermediate students. I feel the tough
Read more
Bear Flat
Unit 6 Past Tense. This unit is the most easy for the fact that the explanations are clear and give comprehensible examples. The 4 tenses under Past tense Past simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, a
Read more
Beaver Dam
Unit 15 Evaluating Students. In this unit i understand the different types of tests, assessments, and evaluation. Each level and different needs and focus of study differs in the level of tests and as
Read more
Beaver Valley
This unit covers the planning lessons in details with a very good examples. It starts with the most important functions of writhing lesson plans: and aid to planning, a working document, and a record.
Read more
Benson
This unit was introduction to phonology and pronunciation, and the teaching of both. The section on intonation included explanations and examples of rise/fall intonation, fall/rise, and flat intonatio
Read more
Beyerville
Vocabulary - all the words that are known or used by a particular person. There are some criteria to consider in choosing a vocabulary such as appropriateness, frequency, coverage and teachability. In
Read more
Bisbee
This unit says that each class material has its advantages and disadvantages. Class textbooks, real life materials, as well as the other work books related to course materials can help in various ways
Read more
Bitter Springs
I this unit i learn about the formation of intonation. This is when the speaker speaks with intentions to say no more or expecting the other person to speak. We have the fall/rise pattern which is a
Read more
Black Canyon City
Attitude and mood can be a great difference between students learning something and learning nothing in one day. I have learned this throughout my years of supervising younger workers and the aura f a
Read more
Blackwater
I learned about teaching pronunciation and phonology and the difference between the two. I learned about the different intonations and how fall and rising can affect how we perceive the sentence. Ther
Read more
Bluewater
This lesson definitely hits on the topic I find the most challenging when learning a foreign language. It takes a lot for the brain to produce content, as compared to simply reading and comprehension.
Read more
Bouse
This unit deconstructs why some of my teachers in school were seemingly excellent while others were drab and ineffective, despite having similar levels of knowledge. Though the characteristics of a go
Read more
Bowie
Well I think that this unit was the one that most captured my attention up until this point since pronunciation is such an important part, I think that to me the most important part is to make student
Read more
Brenda
Stumbling a bit because of different names for the verb forms I had previously learned. Function is the same; I just need to distinguish continuous and progressive. It seems simple enough, but old hab
Read more
Bryce
In this unit I have read that how to write a lesson plan.Apart from that have read why does a teacher needs lesson plan in class during teaching the students and how to write a lesson plan or princ
Read more
Buckeye
Engage: Get the students talking and thinking in English on the topic of phone conversations. Number 9 (First Activate) is a bit confusing because Answer No. 2 states "Get the students to prepare ..."
Read more
Buckshot
Having classroom management and good discipline is crucial to having rapport and a relaxed learning environment. Establishing boundaries early and consequences for crossing the classroom boundaries is
Read more
Bullhead City
Unit twelve focused on the productive skills which include speaking and writing. These skills are used to communicate. Many students tend to focus more on speaking than writing as it is an easier skil
Read more
Burnside
I learn that planning can depend on different factors such as experience of the teacher, and that planning for a class may or may not be necessary. I think it also depends on the type of school and cl
Read more
Bylas
This unit was quite interesting for me to learn more about my own language. It was stated in the text that most of these concepts are not even taught at the university level, and definitely were not p
Read more
Cactus Flats
I have learned a great deal from this unit how to teach special groups. There is the beginners group of students who have no English background at all.I am full of knowledge on teaching beginners as i
Read more
Cactus Forest
I felt it was very beneficial to me and well worth my time and effort. The material was very knowledgeable and I thought it was organized in a good way. As far as how you went into details and made it
Read more
Cameron
This section of the course material covered briefly the major aspects of grammar in the English language. I brushed up on some rusty areas that seem natural to me as a native speaker, but now I am ab
Read more
Camp Verde
This Unit covers the basic components for teaching ESL. The Unit covers several different learning theories and strategies such as Grammar-Translation, Suggestopedia, Audio-Visual, Task-Based Learning
Read more
Campo Bonito
Unit 12 Speaking and writing including games. The exam in the first part is a little easy to understand because of the simple analysis that the students will be doing. Though, in the second part of th
Read more
Cane Beds
In this unit about common problem situations, it was very good points that was brought up. I enjoyed the key points about starting the first lesson, and the different activities you can to establish r
Read more
Canyon Day
The information given to us in this unit was very valuable and informative. Material was interesting, well managed and close to real world and life experiences, especially the differentiation of diffe
Read more
Apply for your TEFL/TESOL Course!
  • 1 The application process is free and does not commit you in any way.
  • 2 Anyone fluent in English and aged 18+ is eligible for our courses.
  • 3 No previous experience or qualifications are required.
  • 4 Apply today and receive a free e-guide covering the basics of TEFL/TESOL
  • 5 Sign up for your course before 26 July, 2019 and receive an additional course free of charge. *
* Applies to in-class courses, combined courses, diploma courses and 120-hour online course with tutor and videos
Personal data
Course Details
Additional Info
Country

Where would you like to teach? (optional)

The personal information we collect on this page will be treated in accordance with our privacy policy.
By submitting this form you declare to have read and agreed to the Terms & Conditions.