Calamus, Wisconsin TESOL Online & Teaching English Jobs

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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!

When I first started teaching English, I started with a basic introduction (name, country, age, profession) and asked them all to introduce themselves in English. I then talked a little bit about how I wanted them to all speak English, as much as they could, and to not worry about making mistakes. I was able to do this because I spoke Spanish and they were Spanish speakers. I then continued to make sure they understood how to introduce themselves by the end of the class and some basic grammar/vocab. However, when I got to Japan I didn't speak Japanese and it was hard to convey any methodology or points I wanted to get across. I was told to make a powerpoint presentation introducing myself. So I made one, with some quiz questions, and it has worked out pretty well for elementary and junior high school students. However, I feel like it would be incredibly valuable to start off telling them to try their best, believe they can, and not to worry about making mistakes. This, along with my self-intro presentation (which includes a lot of visuals and a quiz) could possibly make them feel more confident. Also, I want to come up with more ways to get students talking to other students. This course has been very useful in thinking about different aspects of English teaching (engaging, studying and activating with students). I would like to come back to it a lot as I continue teaching, and use a lot of the activities proposed. I would like to also come up with my own style and way of problem solving. I believe I must make mistakes to improve. There are lots of ways I could fail, and if I am too afraid of this, I think it will inhibit lessons and not motivate students. This unit was last in the series, but I feel like I will be returning to it over and over for insight. I am very grateful and excited to learn more. I hope I can build classrooms that inspire and encourage team work and problem solving.