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❝The limits of my language are the limits of my world.❞
Level: Upper-Intermediate (B2) to Advanced (C1)
Time: 70 – 90 minutes
Topic: your favourite area in a town or city
Lesson aim: To introduce, highlight and clarify the form, function and pronunciation of past and present (simple) modals for deduction / speculation.
Time: 50 – 60 minutes
Topic: Famous photographs / Photography
(Photo credit: http://bit.ly/1Sd1yiA) I think most teachers, no matter how experienced they are, couldn’t say that every lesson they deliver these days is a perfect lesson. It can never be perfect because, well we as human’s aren’t perfect and those who we teach aren’t perfect either. So for any new teacher, the thought of making […]
Time: +- 45 minutes
(I first started using this song as an introduction to Part 3 of the Use of English paper when training students who were planning to take the Cambridge First Cetificate in English course.)
- Start by showing students pictures of various revolutions (French, Chinese etc.) Continue reading
Having just completed your TESOL / CELTA course, finding that perfect first job is potentially nerve-wracking. Then, when you find it, you only have to go in for an interview.
This article, following on from this article on how to find a job, is aimed at providing specific information about TEFL job interviews that may set your mind at ease and ensure you’re 100% prepared for that all-important day.
So, what does the interview involve?
A very interesting article, and easy to read to boot!