This introductory course gives you all you need to know in order to get the most out of teaching English as a Foreign language in a foreign country. Section 1 assigns homework after each lecture which ensures you stay on-track to finding the job you want. The other sections ensure that you will be ready to teach once you walk into your first classroom. Upon completion of this course you will have all you need to both find a teaching job abroad and succeed in the classroom.
What other teachers are saying about this course:
"We're getting ready to open our "train the teachers" course which will be for TESOL. Your course would be a great pre-requirement!"
English Language Communications Training & Coaching
"The concise overview of the major tools of teaching your course provides will undoubtedly be very handy for graduating TESOL students going abroad."
-Natalia Reilly, Ph.D, MATESOL
University of Central Florida
Enroll today and take the first step to teaching English abroad!
1. Be able to answer the question "Why do you want to teach abroad?"
2. Be able to choose a country based on your needs.
2. Know how to begin each class.
1. Be able to to keep students motivated and engaged.
2. Be able to manage a class effectively.
3. Be able to to end a class efficiently.
Learning Outcome: Know what to expect when teaching a Business English class.
If you'd like to learn more, please check out ELT Online's "Learn How to Teach Business English" course!
2. Learn where to find materials for classroom use.
1. Understand the basic components of a lesson plan.
2. Know how to plan a lesson using an objectives-based lesson plan template.
ELT Online provides quality professional development opportunities to those in the field of English Language Teaching; as well as high-quality training to English Language Learners. Specialties include Business English, English for Academic Purposes, New Teacher Training, and Test Prep Courses.
The instructor, Joshua Durey has been in the field of ELT since 2003 as a teacher of English to speakers of other languages. During that time he has taught in four countries and has helped 1,000s of students improve their General and Business English. He earned his BA in Business Management from the University of Arkansas, and his MA in Teaching English as a Foreign or Second Language from the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England.