TEFL Online in Iowa - Teacher English Jobs

Do you want to be TEFL or TESOL-certified in Iowa? Are you interested in teaching English in Iowa? Check out our opportunities in this beautiful US state, Become certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language and start teaching English in your community or abroad! Teflonline.net offers a wide variety of Online TESOL Courses and a great number of opportunities for English Teachers and for Teachers of English as a Second Language.
Check out which city/town you may be more interested in and start your journey|

Cherokee
The notion of teaching beginner level classes seem terrifying for a lot of beginner teachers, but here are some basic guidelines and advice that might be helpful when teaching beginners. In EFL a dis
Read more
Chester
In this unit, I learned how many kinds of tests we use to evaluate students. Also, how each test is different and useful in it's own way. I appreciate that the tests aren't the only attribute that we
Read more
Chickasaw
Unit 6, similar to unit 4, is all about tenses. This time the focus is on past tenses. I’m grateful for the units because it allows me to brush up on grammar structures I’ learned ages ago. Past t
Read more
Chillicothe
Reading and Listening are two of the most important pillars of the English language. Knowing how to engage the students in a topic and how to avoid being stuck in class with a text that no one has int
Read more
Churdan
Speaking and writting are two skills that easlily indicate the English level of a person and will determine their interactions when communicating in English. Is important to stablish good foundations
Read more
Cincinnati
Unit 8 focused on the future tense. The future tense has seven common uses which include two present tenses, the present simple and the present continuous. The present simple is used to suggest a form
Read more
Clare
This unit covers the different types of teaching settings an ESL teachers may encounter. There are the beginner courses; these fall into five categories: the young learner, the adult learner, the true
Read more
Clarence
Unit 08 gives us an overview of how to teach the two productive skills: speaking and writing. Both these skills need output from learners so it is integral for the teacher to create a non-intimidating
Read more
Clarinda
The unit shows two videos; one having a productive and engaging class which is the opposite of the other video. This unit teaches us how we can apply the concept, principles, and techniques discussed
Read more
Clarion
Same as the unit before, these are very important tools to keep a student always interested in the class. But this time focused on the class workflow rather than the teacher's abilities or the student
Read more
Clarksville
This is a very great module that is especially helpful to the ESL teachers and learners. Pronunciation, everyone understands is one of the core aspects of language that requires a higher degree of com
Read more
Clayton
This unit allowed me to get some ideas of games and possible ways to keep students participating and engaged. Choosing the right textbook for the students is big - they need to be able to read, unders
Read more
Clear Lake
What I think that I have learned in unit 16 about conditionals and reported speech is that conditionals are sentences containing ‘if’ or similar expressions such as ‘when’, which refer to past
Read more
Clearfield
In Unit 13 I learned the following: Teaching pronunciation and Phonology - Most neglected aspect in teaching. An effective teacher integrates pronunciation in their lessons. Phonology - Study, scienc
Read more
Cleghorn
In this unit, we learned about the conditionals and reported speech of grammar. There are two clauses in sentences referring to past, present, and future possibilities: the condition that has to be fi
Read more
Clemons
The focus on this unit was on the do's and don'ts for working with a new class. Classes of different sizes are discussed with suggestions of how to handle the first day and certain behavioral problems
Read more
Clermont
I learned to read Phonemic Symbols. It seemed complicated at first, like a foreign alphabet, but it quickly made sense. I learned about phonology, stress, rhythm and intonation. In addition to learnin
Read more
Clinton
This unit dealt with auxiliary modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs within the English language. The auxiliary modals "would," may," "might," "should," "must," "ought to," "can," "could," "will," "
Read more
Clio
Conditionals are sentences that contain "if" and "when" and refer to the past. The five main clauses are "Zero", "First", "Second", "Third", and "Mixed" conditionals. Many students may be confused in
Read more
Clive
In this unit I learned about the techniques I can use to enhance my teaching. I learned about the engage, study and activate (ESA) system and the differences between certain methodologies when it come
Read more
Clutier
A very interesting unit indeed, evaluating students is a necessary but very hard part, in what there are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration, other than language progress, suc
Read more
Coburg
Watching the videos you as a student learn how to be a good and effective teacher. Watching these videos you realise the importance of being skilled at communication, classroom management and appropri
Read more
Coggon
Unit 17 covered different resources that can be used in the classroom. The chapter went in depth on ways to use the board affectively, whether it a smart board or a regular board. A teacher benefits f
Read more
Coin
The unit began providing an overview of the various resources and equipment available to teachers as well as a basic principles of conducting board work (start with a clean board, write legibly, sect
Read more
Colesburg
In this Unit I have looked and learnt about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. I learnt about grammar, the basic use and present, future, past. I learnt about teaching ideas and implementation.
Read more
Colfax
This unit explained what is there to know about intonation, stress and pronunciation of English words. It seems to me that this was one of the most complex units so far. I learned a lot about internat
Read more
College Springs
This unit is talking about the essential parts of being a good teacher and good learner. What I got from this unit is the participant as a teacher. Most of the teacher are so good at monitoring, contr
Read more
Collins
After listing several methodologies used in the past or still in use today this section helps to understand the ideal methodology to use when teaching English,i.e.ESA with its variants such as "straig
Read more
Colo
The unit begins discussing the differing opinions on course books by teachers and then dives into how teacher created materials can be more interesting to the students. This section builds on this sub
Read more
Columbus City
In this unit, conditionals and reported speech was explained. Conditionals are sentences that contain the word if or when. There are five different types of corditional speech sentence structures. T
Read more
Columbus Junction
Conditionals and reported speech are both imortant grammar parts and need to be taught with patience because of the fact that we expect our students to have already comprehend the tenses in both voice
Read more
Colwell
Reading this unit I realized I ignored some dictionaries available online and also I did not know about the online lesson written on page 12. I learnt from the basic principles for board-work, for exa
Read more
Conesville
The very first lesson can often be quite intimidating for new teachers. It is important to establish a pleasant rapport with the students on the first day. This can be done with a questionnaire/survey
Read more
Conrad
In this unit, I learned about different pieces of advice given for when teaching a new class (either an existing group or a new group). I also learned about how to structure a first lesson with studen
Read more
Conway
A very long chapter but also very interesting and informative on the subjects within the unit. Teaching beginners and then on to individuals and business English groups all had great content. Much t
Read more
Coon Rapids
In this unit I have learnt that grammar and vocabulary should be appropriate to the age and English speaking level of the student. When teaching both they should be relevant, appropriate, where possib
Read more
Coppock
I learned that through reading it is easier to go back and check your understanding while you are reading the passage. While listening to a passage makes it harder to go back and check for understandi
Read more
Coralville
Evaluation of students is a must in being an effective teacher. To understand the levels students start at before the course placement tests should be given. To see progress through a course progress
Read more
Corning
This unit was about receptive skills, meaning understanding through listening and reading. There are several specific skills that are employed when reading or listening: - Predictive skills - these
Read more
Correctionville
Unit 20 taught me about various common problem situations that I might find when teaching a class and explains the steps that a teacher can take to overcome these difficulties should they arise. I fee
Read more
Corwith
Since I began this course, I have been worried about how to teach grammar. Teaching new vocabulary is considerably easier to teach and have the students understand than teaching new grammatical struct
Read more
Corydon
This unit covered exams including the various types and ways they aid the teacher in helping students of different levels. I particularly thought that the various external exams are interesting and I
Read more
Cotter
This unit covers the usage of different types of tests and assessments. I was surprised at how many different external tests were available. I'd never heard of the Cambridge tests, but I knew about th
Read more
Coulter
It is really challenging for the teacher when she sees that one or some of his/her students are not so interested or willing to listen or learn. During these situations the teacher should always be re
Read more
Council Bluffs
This unit discussed present tenses. The course explained the usages, forms, common student errors and gave teaching ideas to use during an activity. Present simple and present continuous are tenses th
Read more
Craig
The unit began by discussing examples and basic rules of modal auxiliary verbs (could, may shall - obligation, ability, advice, etc), how modal auxiliary verbs are used in the present/future tense as
Read more
Crawford
Unit 7 covers teaching methodologies and theory concerning vocabulary, language, and functions of language. Grammer and vocabulary usually utilize the 'straight arrow' approach, whilst functions are b
Read more
Crawfordsville
Unit 3 talks about the different methodologies of teaching, the mistakes we often make, and provides feedback for teaching English as a foreign language. Nine methods are briefly described and while e
Read more
Crescent
This time the attention focuses on Productive Skills. In this case teaching techniques variate from those used in a Receptive Skills focused lesson. There are two main aspects to consider in this case
Read more
Cresco
I loved this unit on how to plan lessons and what content can be used in what phase in the lesson. It gets me all excited as I love being creative as a teacher. Applying these steps and ideas to the d
Read more