The difference between learning the basics of teaching versus going into a classroom untrained is like the difference between night and day.
Whether for business or pleasure, English is the main go-to language for international communication. International businesses are increasingly changing over to English for their day-to-day operations and immigrants to English-speaking countries need English skills for work and to become full members of society.
Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) is a specialized skill in the field of education.
ESL teaching is often done by teachers who don't necessarily have advanced degrees and/or by volunteers, but the idea that a native speaker of English can easily be a teacher without any training is simply not true.
Even experienced and certified teachers from other fields will benefit from knowing the unique challenges of teaching grammar and learning the special skills in teaching ESL.
This course features lessons on methodology and other related subjects that a teacher needs to know before they enter a classroom.
This course focuses on teaching grammar while providing detailed classroom techniques to be used in different approaches to making grammar understandable to student.
This course covers the teaching of grammar with a majority focus on beginner or intermediate students. The techniques and tips can be applied to any class of any level.
Learning and understanding the basics of teaching before going into a classroom is a gift you give to yourself as well as your future students.
This course will not require you to have previous experience in any particular area but you should have a high school reading level. No books will be required
An Introduction to Teaching Methodology
Teaching "To Be" in the Present Simple
Teaching the Future with Will and Going To
Teaching the Articles A/An & The
Teaching the Present Simple and Adverbs of Frequency
Teaching Phrasal Verbs
Teaching Prepositions of Place and Using Realia
Teaching the Second Conditional
Teaching the Present Continuous
Choosing and Using a Textbook
Teaching Participle Clauses with "Pros and Cons"
Teaching To Have and Have Got
Teaching the Present Perfect
Teaching the Past Simple: Regular and Irregular Verbs
Songs, Broken English and Teaching the Future
All course material will be provided in the lessons and netlinks. There are no required materials to purchase before taking the class.
Each lesson will include a lesson review quiz. Students will successfully complete this course by mastering all learning outcomes with 70% or higher overall grade.
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- How to Teach English Language Articles to ESL Students
- How to Teach the Second Conditional to ESL Students
- How to Teach Modals to ESL Students
- How to Choose the Right Textbooks for Your ESL Course
- How to Teach Present Simple and Adverbs of Frequency to ESL Learners
- How to Write a Professional Business Letter
- Tips for Writing a Successful Business Email
- What Makes Good Business Writing?
- How to Write Customer Relations Type Emails
- What are Homonyms?
- How to Polish Your Writing to be Sophisticated and Professional
- How to Write a Job Search Email that Gets Noticed
- Formats for Different Business Letter Types
- How to Write a Short Report (Over Email)
- Common Paragraph Types Used in Effective Writing