Today, there are about 1.5 billion English language learners around the world, and many of them are learning online because it's cheap and convenient. Online language lessons allows people to speak with native speakers no matter where they live.
In this course, you'll learn how to identify potential audio problems when you teach English -- or any other language -- online. Additionally, you'll learn how to prevent those problems and then to solve them if they occur in the middle of a class. Reflection questions and case studies help you apply what you've learned right away.
At the end of the course, you'll be more confident in your online teaching technical skills as they relate to audio, and you'll be better prepared to teach your first, or next, online ESL lesson.
In this lecture, you'll learn about three common audio problems when you teach ESL online. You'll know what they are, so you can better prevent and solve them when they occur.
In this lecture, you'll learn different ways to solve audio problems presented in the last lesson. Prevention is the key to having a smooth lesson when it comes to audio.
In this bonus lecture, you'll learn some examples of how to apply the
material from the previous lectures from my own experience as an online
I've been teaching English as another language since 2009. I am certified in two states to teach ESOL in public schools, and I have taught general as well as academic English. I have taught children and adults, and I am currently working on a master's degree in applied linguistics with an emphasis in teaching English to speakers of other languages. I own Empower English tutoring, an online and in-person English tutoring company.