Sometimes unexpected things make your lesson a flop. Sometimes not even the best planned, well prepared and thought out lesson plan can save you from flopping. All TEFL teachers have experienced that heart-stopping moment when you realise your lesson is just about to crash and burn. For most TEFL teachers, it is the worst feeling possible. How can we avoid TEFL lesson failure? Let’s find out!
The big list of TEFL interview questions to get a job helps you prepare for job interviews helps you ace job interviews and get the job. Remember, no matter what TEFL interview questions they may throw at you, stay cool, calm and collected, and you’ll ace the interview. Find out more about what you may get asked and what you should ask.
If you are starting as an EFL teacher or even if you’re more experienced, there are a few mistakes that you are likely to be making in the classroom. It doesn’t matter how much experience you have, sometimes we all fall back into bad habits. These mistakes could be jeopardising the success of your lessons, and they may even help get you fired. Read our excellent article to find out more.
Is there a demand for TEFL teachers? Will I get a teaching job? The British Council estimates that around two billion people learn English as a foreign language. Two billion English students mean there will be many English language classes that need a lot of English teachers. English is the primary language of international communication and business. Every day, more and more people see that speaking English is a massive benefit to their life and personal development. The mathematics is simple. More English language learners need more English classes taught by more TEFL teachers.