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TEFL International in London offers you the excitement, history and culture of the United Kingdom’s most famous city and therefore acts as a great backdrop while you complete your teacher certification course.
History and intrigue are around every corner of London. St. Paul’s Cathedral is as spectacular now as it was in the 17th century, and Westminster hasn’t lost any of its luster--even after nearly 800 years of parliamentary meetings. You really must come and see it for yourself as words will never do the city justice.
Of course the River Thames flows through the city just as it did during the time of Londinium and its Roman settlements. As if that’s not enough, Big Ben, the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace all await anyone who takes our certificate course in this magnificent, majestic city. London is one of the world's three largest financial centers and plays a dominant role in numerous financial markets around the world. Basically, you’ll be amongst some of the world’s biggest movers and shakers of the financial world.
London also boasts the entertainment district of West End as well as shopping districts such as Oxford Street, Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus.
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This video shows how the theory of "Total Physical Response" (TPR) led James Asher to develop a new teaching methodology