Palestine, Arkansas TESOL Online & Teaching English Jobs

Do you want to be TEFL or TESOL-certified in Arkansas? Are you interested in teaching English in Palestine, Arkansas? Check out our opportunities in Palestine, Become certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language and start teaching English in your community or abroad! 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.
Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

I What makes a good learner? 1. Willingness to listen to the language. 2. A desire to experiement with the language. 3. A willingness to ask questions. 4. Ability to think about their own learning process. 5. An acceptance of error correction. 6. A desire to learn. II Problems that may affect adult learners and young learners. 1. Learning experience Adult learners alreadt gave a learning experience which may affect their learning process in a good or bad way. On the other hand, young learners are more open-minded due to the fact that they lack of prior knowledge. 2. Motivation Adult learners are quite motivated to attend the class because they usually made their own decision to attend classes compared to young learners.Therefore, a caring teacher must build an interesting motivation for young learners to make the class interesting. 3.Nervousness Adults are more shy than younger learners because they are already conscious about what is happening. It is vital for the teacher to be gentle in teaching. 4. Adults usually want to be able to match new language to their native language and this can sometimes lead to problems. Younger learners are more flexible and able to learn language quickly. 5. Behaviour problems Adults have greater attention span than younger learners. Establishing discipline is easier compared to younger students. . Life experience Adults have more life experience to share in the class and this can make the class more interesting. III Culture and first language Cultures have different approaches of learning. Good teachers should be aware and more flexible in their approach in dealing with students' customs and differences that could affect the success of the classes. IV Language level 1. Beginners - Zero to basic knowledge 2. Elementary - Able to form basic sentence structure 3. Low/ Pre - Intermediate- Able to understand and communicate a greater variety of knowledge. Still likely to make errors. 4. Intermediate- Able to understand and communicate on a wife range of topics using limited vocabulary. 5. Upper Intermediate- Able to communicate using greater range of language but still need to improve in accuracy. 6. Advanced - Have a very good knowledge of English language. V Motivation There are many reasons why students may have to attend English class. Some common reasons are: 1.For future career prospects. 2. For travel purposes. 3. To improve grades at school 4. To communicate with co-workers/friends/partners. 5. Out of interest in languages. Whatever reasons, the teacher has to ensure that the lessons are enjoyable, interesting and useful in order for the student to get motivated.
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