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TESOL Videos - TESOL TEFL Reviews - Video Testimonial - Fernando
Fernando is originally from Buenos Aires but spent the past 12 years working in the United States. As he has now returned to Argentina, he wants to become an English teacher. In his TESOL review he shares his thoughts on the center in Buenos Aires. He learned a lot regarding teaching techniques and lesson planning. He is confident that he can now lead his own classroom and is excited to start working as an 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.
Whether you are an experienced tutor or about to undertake your very first lesson, you want to make a positive first impression, get the student underway on their learning journey, and lets face it ? schedule follow-on lessons. The purpose of this blog post is to give you pointers and things to think about to get the most out of the first lesson. Tutorhub 1. Preparation, preparation, preparation Find out as much as you can about the student and their problem before the first lesson. Confirm the subject and topics they need help with, the level, exam board and syllabus. Remember to ask them to bring all relevant course materials such as textbooks to the first tutoring lesson so that you can work out together exactly how much course content you need to cover. Remember to agree a firm date, time and location. It doesn?t hurt to call them the day before and confirm that the lesson is still going ahead. 2. Create the right environment Arrange for a quiet place for your lesson, somewhere with no distractions like television. You need to be able to sit alongside the student. Remember to bring all of the teaching materials you need ? also bring extra stationery, just in case the student forgets to bring some of their own. 3. Put the student at ease Start off by introducing yourself. Tell them about your background and explain why you love your subject. Be professional and