East Point, Georgia TESOL Online & Teaching English Jobs

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Here Below you can check out the feedback (for one of our units) of one of the 16.000 students that last year took an online course with ITTT!

The first part of this unit focused on the qualities of a good teacher and his/her roles in the classroom. A good teacher should be able to switch between these roles as the lesson and activities necessitate. The second part focused on the learners' attributes and abilities. It's important for the teacher to take the students' situations into consideration when designing lessons and supporting students during the lessons. I have taught English in Japan for five years. In reading all the descriptions of the different roles the TEFL teacher assumes in the classroom, I started thinking about my own classroom experience. One tool I have used to let students know which "role" I am performing -as well as what they should be doing- is to change my voice. My students have come to recognize the instruction-giving voice, the modeling-a-dialogue voice, and the giving-help voice. I think it's good for the students to hear these different kinds of language and recognize when an English-speaker is using an authoritative or friendly tone. Unlike Japanese, English doesn't necessarily change depending on the hierarchical relationships between the speaker and listener. English relies much more on tone of voice. The descriptions of learners given in the reading helped me clearly define my students' abilities and needs. I'd say my students range from elementary level to upper-intermediate, sometimes within the same classroom. It can be a struggle to create and execute lessons that work for all 35-50 students in one room. I am looking forward to getting more ideas about how to best serve all of those students as their English teacher through this course.