English Grammar - Future Perfect - Usage - Teach English Abroad


In this video the teacher trainer looks at how the future perfect is formed. This is as follows: Positive: Subject + will + have + past participle I will have qualified to teach English abroad by the end of the month. Negative: Subject + will + not + have + past participle I will not (won't) have started teaching before you arrive. Question: Will + subject + have + past participle? Will you have found somewhere to live by then? The future perfect, along with other tenses, is covered in more detail in ITTT's online TEFL courses. There are many opportunities to teach English abroad at the moment and with the rise of English as a global language these opportunities will increase. However, while it used to be the case that anyone who was a native speaker could find work teaching English many countries now require teachers to have suitable teaching qualifications. ITTT has a range of English teaching courses to suit every need. So if you are interested in getting qualified to teach English abroad check out the link above.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

Unit 7 offered a fair deal of information on receptive skills. Receptive skills are reading and listening and can be done for purpose, entertainment, or a bit of both. When teaching receptive skills it is important to keep the material interesting, on the correct level, and pre-teach problem vocabulary; all of this is done so students may absorb the material and progress.This unit provided clear examples of how to plan a lesson. One of the most important parts of this unit was the need to be organized and keep good notes and records of all the elements that go into planning a lesson. Taking notes before during and after a class can help a teacher refine their teaching skills and lessons, which will help the teacher grow and become better.