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TESOL Videos - TEFL Review from Rodney
This TEFL review is from Rodney. He is originally from Jamaica but currently living and working in Japan. He recently completed our 120-hour TEFL/TESOL course online and had a great experience. He realized the importance of an internationally recognized TEFL/TESOL certification and decided to go for it. After completing the course, he received a range of new opportunities, especially in teaching English online. He cannot recommend this course enough to anyone who is interested in teaching English.
Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.
Unit 19 Teaching Special Groups 1. Beginners 2. Individuals 3. Young Learners (Children) 4. English For Specialized Purposes (Business English) 5. Monolingual / Multilingual Types Of Classes Of Any Age ? Sub Category 1. Teaching Beginners 2. The Absolute Of Beginners 3. The False Beginners 4. The Adult Beginner 5. The Beginner With Out Roman Alphabet Tips - Keep it simple - Visual rather than verbal - A lot of talk time - Pair work - Praise, support - Respond to individuals - Be patent - Play many games - No over correcting - Individuals Tips - Needs analysis - What they already know; want to know - What their interest is - Add variety & change approach - Cover all skills Young Learners Tips - Praise - Drill; Repeat - Keep it slow and simple - Prepare a lot of activities - Keep it fun - Reference individuals A Summary Of Teaching The Above Classes Absolute beginners in English can be distinguished from false beginners. Absolute beginners are learners which have had no or very little English instruction. False beginners are English learners who have studied English in school - often for a number of years - but never acquired any real grasp of the language. False beginners will often pick up speed as they remember past lessons. Absolute beginners, on the other hand, will progress slowly and acquire each point methodically. If teachers jump ahead in the order, or begin to include