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7 hours agoThis free online Teaching English as a Second Language course will teach you about the five stages of Second Language Acquisition. It will also help you facilitate these …

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1. English is the language of business, science, aviation and computers. It is the national language of 53 countries and the third most spoken language in the world. With these facts in mind, there is little wonder why so many people choose to learn English as a second language. In fact, fluency in English can open up a world of opportunities; from travel and friendship to education and employment. Given that so many people want to perfect their English language skills, there is resultantly a great need for qualified English language teachers. This distance learning course has been designed to introduce aspiring language teachers to the world of teaching English as a foreign language. There is a great difference between speaking English and teaching it. In fact, teaching your own language often leads you to question it yourself. During the course of this qualification, students will discover the fundamental concepts of language and analyse the most effective ways to pass this knowledge...

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2 hours agoTeaching kids online can be a fun and rewarding experience. Children in China are motivated and keen to learn English. Chinese culture rates teachers very highly as members of society who teach and nurture the next generation. Teaching English as a second language to kids online can be a truly rewarding experience.

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3 hours agoTeaching English As A Foreign Or Second Language Second Edition A Teacher Self Development And Methodology Guide Michigan Teacher Training published by : Oxford University Press PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. Taylor & Francis Hodder Education LIT Verlag Münster Halaman Moeka Publishing GRIN Verlag Cambridge University Press American Univ in Cairo

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9 hours agoWhat is TEFL? “TEFL” is the acronym for Teaching English as a Foreign Language or, simply put, English language instruction for non-native speakers. It is also commonly known as Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), English Language Teaching (ELT), and teaching ESL (English as a Second Language). 1:13.

1. Have the Right Qualifications. Although you may be a proficient English speaker, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're qualified to teach others.
2. Keep It Simple. This is one of the most important rules to follow when teaching English as a foreign language. ...
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2 hours agoApply theoretical knowledge of current language acquisition theories in second language learning contexts. Plan lessons and teach English to an ESL class by… Identifying instructional strategies and teaching methods, curriculum frameworks and apply them to …

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8 hours agoThis unique programme is designed for those who wish to gain the skills and knowledge to teach English as a second language. This unique programme is designed for those who wish to gain the skills and knowledge to teach English as a second language. London Teacher Training College, 60 Windsor Avenue, London, SW19 2RR.

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2. Choose Which Type of English Teaching Is Right for You. It’s important to define your English teaching goals before moving forward. Here are some questions that you need to be asking yourself, as well as my key pointers and experiences, picked up while working in several ESL positions with learners of all ages.
3. Research Teaching Qualifications. TEFL, TESOL, TEAL… To a newbie, it can seem like there are an infinite number of different acronyms to refer to various styles of English teaching and their associated certifications.
4. Check the Job Market. Work, work, work, work, work. That’s what we’re here for! But finding the right gig can be a tough, well, gig. It’s all about using the right tools.
5. Research Target Schools. Like any industry, it’s important to do you due diligence. There are certainly cases of dodgy dealings, scams and teachers having horrible experiences with their ESL journey.

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7 hours agoTennessee Foreign Language Institute (TFLI) is located in Nashville, TN, in a thriving, multicultural community, and the "Athens of the South". We provide TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) courses for both native and non-native English speakers. TFLI has the unique privilege of serving this community, holding the distinction as the

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3 hours agoTurn-key solution for live online corporate training: class scheduling, payments, reporting, content, teachers. ESL Lesson Materials English as a second language course content (CEFR A1-C2 + Business), designed specifically for teaching online. Teachers as a Service (TaaS)

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4 hours agoSarah Anne Shope, PhD, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in teaching English to other languages.She has been active in developing and facilitating Global TESOL training courses and programs, and her area of expertise includes applied linguistics, issues of culture, methodology for teaching English as a second language and/or as a foreign language, and creative professional …

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7 hours ago1. Get a Degree. A bachelor's degree is the minimum educational requirement for a professional ESL teacher. Most aspiring ESL teachers get degrees in related fields like education, English, writing, or even teaching English as a foreign language.

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6 hours agoIn this module, you will learn about the learner, knowles's theory of Andragogy, the adult ESL learner, learning styles, stages of second language acquisition and inter cultural communication. The Learner - Learning Outcomes. Start Topic. Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) Start Topic. Knowles's Theory of Andragogy.

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5 hours agoTravel, teach English and learn about other cultures…or teach online via the many specialist (ESL) English as a Second Language online teaching schools around the world. The TEFL is a popular universal course and qualification for many English speakers. From graduates taking a gap-year or two, to anyone looking for a new path in their

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6 hours agoThe Teaching English as a Second Language Certification program is taught 100% online. You can get started by filling out the Drexel Online application. *NOTE:The Drexel TESL credential is designed as an add-on credential for certified teachers working in U.S. elementary and secondary schools. It is not designed for teaching English outside the

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7 hours agoA TEFL/TESOL certificate is recognized worldwide as the entry-level credential for teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL); this is also known as TESOL, which means Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.A TEFL/TESOL Certificate prepares people without prior education degrees or teaching experience how to teach English in the foreign language classroom.

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1. Board Race. There isn’t an EFL teacher I know who doesn’t use this game in the classroom. Board Race is a fun game that is used for revising vocabulary, whether it be words from the lesson you’ve just taught or words from a lesson you taught last week.
2. Call My Bluff / Two Truths and A Lie. Call My Bluff is a fun game which is perfect at the start of term as a ‘getting to know you’ kind of game. It is also a brilliant ice breaker between students if you teach classes who do not know one another -- and especially essential if you are teaching a small class size.
3. Simon Says. This is an excellent game for young learners. Whether you’re waking them up on a Monday morning or sending them home on a Friday afternoon, this one is bound to get them excited and wanting more.
4. Word Jumble Race. This is a great game to encourage team work and bring a sense of competition to the classroom. No matter how old we are, we all love a good competition and this game works wonders with all age groups.
5. Hangman. This classic game is a favorite for all students but it can get boring quite quickly. This game is best used for 5 minutes at the start to warm the class up or 5 minutes at the end if you’ve got some time left over.
6. Pictionary. This is another game that works well with any age group; children love it because they can get creative in the classroom, teenagers love it because it doesn’t feel like they’re learning, and adults love it because it’s a break from the monotony of learning a new language - even though they'll be learning as they play.
7. The Mime. Miming is an excellent way for students to practice their tenses and their verbs. It's also great for teachers with minimal resources or planning time, or teachers who want to break up a longer lesson with something more interactive.
8. Hot Seat. This is one of my students’ favorite games and is always at the top of the list when I ask them what they want to play. I have never used this while teaching ESL to adults, but I imagine it would work well.
9. Where Shall I Go? This game is used to test prepositions of movement and should be played after this subject has been taught in the classroom. This game is so much fun but it can be a little bit dangerous since you'll be having one student in each pair be blindfolded while the other directs them.
10. What’s My Problem? This is a brilliant EFL game to practice giving advice. It should be played after the ‘giving advice’ vocabulary lesson has taken place.

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3 hours agoFree English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses. Non-native English speakers looking for free ESL classes online can choose from a handful on universities. Classes involve ESL training for native Spanish and Chinese speakers. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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1. Do a self-assessment. How much of a self-directed learner are you? Online learning means you have to take total responsibility for your education. There is no set time for classes and no teacher to remind you that assignments are due.
2. Decide on the program. Some students may just want to go for the cheap-Charlie option. They are going to volunteer to teach ESL at the local community college and don’t want to spend a lot of time and money on certification.
3. Set up a schedule. To be successful in an online ESL certification program, students have to make a commitment, block out required hours and stick to a timeline.
4. Consider a buddy system. Some people find it easier to study if they are doing it with someone else. Do you have a friend that is interested in taking the same course?
5. Monitor the ESL certification process as you go. Check to see if the course provides a time frame for what you should have covered by week three of month two.
6. Practice what you are learning in the online ESL class. Theory is wonderful, but practice is essential to test to see if what you are learning in the online program works with real students.
7. Stay focused. It is important to keep the big picture in mind and not to get distracted by the small details. Easily said; harder to do. Once you have committed to pursue ESL certification online, selected a program that meets your needs and enrolled it is a matter of staying on track.

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4 hours agoEvery year, more than 100,000 new ESL teaching jobs open up at over 40,000 ESL schools worldwide. The booming global English language learning market offers thousands of job opportunities for native English speakers of all backgrounds and experience levels, including: New graduates of all majors.

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8 hours agoLearning English as a second language can open up the door to new job opportunities. Being an ESL teacher can allow you to work in different countries teach speakers of other languages English. Using your new communication skills, you can help students in public schools, community colleges, and in graduate programs help advance their knowledge

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5 hours agoInternational Training. It is common in language teacher education programs to survey current language teaching methodologies. At SIT, we do this by giving our teacher trainees a direct experience with each method. The purpose of this videotape series is to provide you with a similar, though vicarious, experience involving six common meth-

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Just NowThe most up-to-date training for teaching kids, adults, business English, Don’t just ‘study’ about Teaching English as a Second Language, do it! As part of our unique and exclusive TESOL training you will do 3 hours TESOL Teaching WORK EXPERIENCE with an Online school. And, once you have completed your WORK EXPERIENCE you will receive

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9 hours ago13 – Open English – Read Open English Review – Hires native English speakers to teach English online. Must be able to put in 15 hours per week. 14 – iTalki – Read iTalki Review – Work anywhere in the world teaching any language. You will qualify as long as you are a native fluency speaker for your lanuage.

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7 hours agotraining. There are various language teaching techniques that help students to understand more clearly and participate in the learning process more actively. Sometimes more than one technique is combined to make an ESL classroom meaningful. 2. Types of Language Teaching Methods . As a language teacher it is very important to know yourself

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1. English First (EF) With English First, you will be teaching adults from around the world who want to …
2. Learnlight. Learnlight connects you with culturally diverse and highly motivated business …
3. italki. italki is a global language learning community that connects students and teachers for one-on …
4. SkimaTalk. SkimaTalk helps English learners find the best teachers from all over the world and …
5. Cambly. The Cambly platform enables you to engage in short discussion sessions with students …
6. Tutoring. Tutoring provides a platform for students and tutors to meet instantly, in one click. Tutors …
7. Open English. Open English is the most renowned online English school in Latin America. Since …
8. Preply. Preply is an online tutoring platform that caters to a plethora of languages other than just …
9. Verbling. Verbling is an online language-learning platform that connects language learners with a …
10. Verbalplanet. Verbalplanet is an easy and effective way for online ESL tutors to work remotely and …

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2 hours agoTo become an online ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher, you need a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree in English, writing, education, or a related field. Some schools may require ESL teachers to obtain additional training and become Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certified; some colleges offer TESOL

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1 hours agoThe online English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement (P-12) is designed for certified Kentucky teachers seeking the expertise and credentials essential to meeting the unique needs of English language learners. Offered by the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville, the ESL endorsement addresses the

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Just NowIn many areas of the United States, particularly in the southern and western portions of the country, a growing number of K-12 teachers in public school settings are becoming English as a Second Language (ESL) certified to meet the growing demand coming …

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Just NowUnlike teaching opps abroad that come with contracts that mean you have to be rooted in a particular place for a particular time, teaching English online is perfect for nomads who are always on the move. The best online ESL jobs are super convenient and …

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8 hours agoESOL Courses - free TEFL teaching resources and online English language lessons for students of English as a foreign language and young learners. Practise your English skills using our free listening activities, video quizzes, reading exercises and games. Thousands of free mobile friendly activities for learning at home or in class. Suitable for distance learning, one-to-one lessons, classroom

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1 hours ago4. Use social media. Social media is a great way to teach English as a second language for beginners. Social media provides a great opportunity for you to teach colloquial phrases …

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1. Start with the alphabet and numbers. One of the first things you should start with is to teach the alphabet and numbers. By teaching the alphabet and numbers, you’ll create a great foundation for everything else that your students will learn. Have your students learn the alphabet to a certain point. You can start at "a" and go to "m," if you want. Have your students finish the alphabet at a pace you are both comfortable with. The point is to push your students but to not push them too hard. Ask your students to work on numbers. As with letters, start them and stop them depending on their capabilities. Consider creating a worksheet on which students can practice writing letters and/or numbers. Use flashcards with a word that begins with each letter of the alphabet to reinforce your lesson. Learning the alphabet might be easier to speakers whose native language uses the Latin or English alphabet.
2. Teach pronunciation, especially for difficult sounds. Teaching pronunciation is extremely important when teaching English as a second language. Consider focusing on sounds that are particularly hard for English as a second language students like: The "TH." The "TH" (like in "theater" or "thing") does not exist in a number of languages. As a result, it's relatively hard for some ESL students (such as those from Romance or Slavic language backgrounds) to pronounce. The "R." The "R" sound is also difficult for many ESL learners for a variety of reason including the fact that it is pronounced differently depending on regional dialects. The "L." The "L" sound is another difficult one for ESL learners, especially those from east Asia. Spend extra time on the "L." The "H." The "H" sound is difficult for many ESL learners, especially Spanish speakers who are used to the letter being silent. In English, it's usually pronounced, but it may confuse students when it appears in "gh," as in "laugh,"
3. Teach your students nouns. After teaching the alphabet and numbers, move on to nouns. Teaching nouns will be one of the easiest things for your students to learn. This is because your students will be able to look at everything around them as potential things to learn. Start with common objects in your classroom. Move on to common objects in your city or town. Good examples are: car, house, tree, road, and more. Continue on to objects your students will encounter in their daily lives, such as food, electronics, and more.
4. Explain how adjectives modify nouns. Adjectives allow you to describe nouns, so they're important for good communication. It's helpful to teach adjectives right after you teach nouns because adjectives are used exclusively with nouns. Adjectives change or describe other words. Examples of adjectives you can teach are: wild, silly, troubled, and agreeable.

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Just NowCapella University offers online Master’s program in English Language Learning and Teaching designed to help educators advance their career in supporting diverse student populations. While it does not satisfy licensure requirements, the program can help you build the skills to use instructional strategies, emerging trends, and best practices to effectively teach English Language Learners to

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6 hours agoLiberty’s 100% online B.Ed. in English as a Second Language will help you build a foundation of best practices in teaching theory. You will learn how to test and adapt your teaching to your

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5 hours agoTeaching license or English teaching certificate (TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, ESL) required before lessons assigned; Get TEFL Certified for $40. A lot of jobs for teaching English online require some type of credentials when it comes to teaching. A TEFL certificate might come in …

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8 hours agoTeaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), Teaching English as a second language (TESL) or Teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) are terms that refer to teaching English to students whose first language is not English. The terms TESL, TEFL, and TESOL distinguish between the location and student population of a class. TEFL describes English language programs that …

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1. Applications are reviewed by the TESL Canada Teacher Training Program Adjudicator. The Adjudicator shall not have a conflict of interest regarding the application under consideration. Should there be any questions regarding the application, TESL Canada will contact the institution. In some cases, a site visit may be required as part of the review process. One week’s notice will be given to programs prior to a site visit. Programs are expected to assist the evaluator through the visit. As part of the program adjudication process, the Adjudicator may consult with the TESL Canada Standards Committee, which is appointed by the TESL Canada Board and consists of a minimum of three and a maximum of eight TESL Canada members representing different sectors of TESL.

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1. Skooli. Working with Skooli at a glance: Hiring fluent English speaking applicants with a bachelor's …
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3. DaDa. Working with DaDa at a glance: Hiring fluent English speaking applicants with a bachelor's …
4. Qkids. Working with Qkids at a glance: Hiring fluent English speaking US/Canadian applicants who …
5. iTutorGroup. Working with iTutorGroup at a glance: Hiring fluent English speaking applicants with a …
6. Gogokid. Working with Gogokid at a glance: Hiring fluent English speaking US/Canadian applicants …
7. Whales English. Working with Whales English at a glance: Hiring fluent English speaking …
8. English Hunt. Working with English Hunt at a glance: Hiring applicants from the United States with …

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1 hours agoTeaching English – that is, conversational or business English – as a second language online has always been a great opportunity for English speakers without formal teaching experience. Your native understanding of idioms and natural turns of phrase are exactly what many international students need to improve their English use.

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2 hours agoTeaching English as a second language in Pennsylvania and many other states now require a Program Specialist with an ESL certificate. Drexel's accredited online ESL certificate program is taught by expert faculty who integrate readings, discussion, practicum, and case study experience into each course. Curriculum covers the theory and practice

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1. VIPKid → VIPKid is one of the most well-known online ESL teaching platforms. There are a variety of benefits you’ll experience when you become a teacher with VIPKid.
2. Gogokid → As a Gogokid teacher, you can earn between $14 and $25 an hour. You also have the ability to set your own schedule around other conflicts or teaching jobs.
3. iTalki → With iTalki you will also have the power to create your own schedule. Unlike other platforms, students are not only in China, so you may not have to rely on teaching and very early morning.
4. iTutorGroup → iTutorGroup teachers earn between $15 and $20 an hour. Your actual rate of pay will vary based on the classes you teach and other bonuses that are available.
5. Open English → With Open English, you can teach from anywhere in the world. You will also enjoy a flexible schedule and be able to fit in teaching classes whenever you have the time available.
6. Voxy → As a teacher with Voxy you will have the opportunity to help individuals gain the skills they need to succeed in their career. Voxy’s technology will help you provide personalized instruction for each student.
7. Teachlingo → Because the jobs you will find on Teachlingo can vary, the benefits and perks you’ll enjoy will also vary. Signing up to the site is free, so there are no downsides to just giving it a try.
8. Rosetta Stone → As a teacher with Rosetta Stone can expect to earn somewhere around $15 an hour. The schedule is flexible, but you’ll need to be available to teach in the early morning hours since the students you will be teaching are in other countries.
9. Berlitz → Unlike some of the other platforms, you may be able to get a job on Berlitz without a four-year degree. Berlitz offers you flexible scheduling options to help you arrange your classes around your other commitments.
10. Cambly → If you are not a certified teacher, do not have a TEFL or TESOL certificate, or have not graduated from a four-year college you may still be able to work for Cambly.

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3 hours agoTeachers must be proficient in English, but the ability to speak a second language is NOT required. No prior experience necessary and training is provided. What is my commitment as an English teacher? The ability to teach two hours one day or evening per week for 10-12 weeks.

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4 hours agoPursue Your Passion for Travel and Teaching with Liberty’s Teaching English as a Second Language Online Certificate. English is quickly …

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9 hours agoTESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) - This term applies to teaching English in countries where English is the native language. This would be the case if you were a teacher at an English language center in the U.S., teaching a group of students studying abroad from various countries.

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7 hours agoTeach English as a foreign language with The TEFL Org. Get an internationally-recognized and accredited TEFL certificate. TEFL - Teach English as a Foreign Language - and find jobs abroad and online with The TEFL Org. TEFL certified teachers are in high demand worldwide, from Spain to South Korea, Mexico to Morocco, and everywhere inbetween.

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1. ESL Courses by Colleges and Universities (Coursera) Coursera offers several courses to help people get started with English as a second language. Knowledge in English is highly beneficial if you are from a non-English speaking country.
2. Top ESL Courses (Udemy) Courses on Udemy for English language learning are curated to help individuals who are interested in teaching English as a second language or foreign language in non-English countries.
3. ESL (English as a Second Language) Courses (edX) English is a global language, and learning it for non-native English speakers can take them a long way in their career.
4. Learn English in live, Online Group Classes (Take Lessons) This course teaches English as a second language through live group lessons. Beginners to advanced learners can enroll and benefit from these classes.
5. Introduction to Teaching English as a Second Language (Alison) This course is your guide to English as a second language, make lesson plans, and manage a classroom.
6. Beginning and Intermediate English Courses (USA Learns) USA Learns offers four courses to help learners improve their listening comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, grammar, pronunciation, reading, writing, speaking, and life skills.
7. ESOL Courses (ESOL Courses) ESOL Courses features several courses in English that are categorized into sections like Listening, Grammar, Vocabulary, and English for Work, Writing, Reading, etc.

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Teaching English as a second language can be rewarding for someone with a high degree of cultural sensitivity, and knack for teaching. Teachers of English as a second language have several options. They can work with adults in community classes or language schools, or they can teach school-age children.

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  1. Have the Right Qualifications. Although you may be a proficient English speaker, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're qualified to teach others.
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An English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher is responsible for instructing non-native English speaking students ranging from children to adults.

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Social media is a great way to teach English as a second language for beginners. Social media provides a great opportunity for you to teach colloquial phrases and commonly used words. In addition, it provides an opportunity for students to observe word usage and to practice what they have learned.

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