TEFL Online in Maine - Teacher English Jobs

Do you want to be TEFL or TESOL-certified in Maine? Are you interested in teaching English in Maine? 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.
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Whitefield
Depending on what type of course you have, you may need different skills and methods to teach. For example kids have a short span of attention, so your activities need to vary and be funny, that way t
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Whiting
This unit was interesting for me and helped to expand my knowledge of English pronunciation and phonology. While studying for this unit and learning more about intonation, word stress and the phonemic
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Whitneyville
In this unit I gained a new understanding of the various roles of a teacher in the classroom and when each role is most appropriate. This has given me a new perspective on teaching and the behaviours
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Willimantic
In this unit we became more familiar with modal auxiliary verbs - their usage in present, future and past tense. They can be used to express obligation, possibility, prohibition,ability or advice. Ver
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Wilton
It is always very enlightening to observe another teacher teach a class. In this particular case, with both examples of good and bad practices, this has been a great opportunity to review and evaluate
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Windham
The final unit of the course covers some of the most common problems that teachers encounter in the classroom. It suggests how to start a new course effectively, as well as how to deal with large cl
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Windsor
This section focuses on the relationship between the teacher and the students as well as the relationship between the students themselves. Strategies for optimizing student participation, comfort and
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Winn
Unit 12 is teaching productive skills. Productive skills are speaking and writing. The unit focuses on the importance of accuracy and fluency but also the difference between them. The Study phase shou
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Winslow
This unit briefly describes the most common methods used in language learning today and their positive and negative aspects. Later it discusses the method “Engage, Study and Activate”, or ESA. Dif
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Winter Harbor
The first impression means a lot, like people used to say we judge the book by its cover. Lesson one should be a regular lesson itself, that I always thought and did in the past. We talk about ourselv
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Winterport
In this unit we covered modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. It was something I haven't been over in some years so i found it interesting to read the basic rules and how they are used to express d
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Winthrop
Thought this unit was shorter than previous units, it still gave a good deal of concepts to think about. It is interesting to break teaching language down into three simple categories of " Teaching Vo
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Wiscasset
In this unit we looked at the difference aspects of a teacher and a learner. I can now identify what makes a good teacher and what makes a good learner by their characteristics. In order to be a good
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Woodland
In this unit I learned about how to monitor a classroom. The main factors here are my personal interaction with the class, the classroom arrangement and how to establish rapport with the class. It hel
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Woodstock
The tense system is the clear focus of this unit. Although the text recognizes the tense system varies greatly from culture to culture, as an EFL teacher, the focus is on twelve different tenses. This
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Woodville
This unit covered various troubleshooting issues that occur when teaching English, such as the first class and problems with difficult students and students using their native language. The unit recom
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Woolwich
Unit 11 points out that there are four basic skills in any language: reading and listening (which fall under receptive skills) and speaking and writing (which are categorized as productive skills). Al
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Yarmouth
It is concluded that every language has four basic skills,reading,listening,writing and speaking,all are equally important.Among these,reading and listening are considered as receptive skills used for
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York County
In this lesson, I learnt that eye contact,hand gesture, vary of voice can make the students concentrate on the studies. And different ways of grouping students and classroom arrangement offers me idea
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