English Grammar - Past Tenses Review - Teaching English Abroad Programs

 

http://www.teflcourse.net This video reviews the past tenses. The past tenses form one part of ITTT's online TEFL courses. During the section on the past tenses you will learn the structure of each tense in its positive, negative and question forms as well as the usages of each tense. You will also learn some useful teaching ideas for the tenses. Past Simple: Subject + verb in past simple form I played Past Continuous: Subject + was + present participle I was playing Past Perfect: Subject + had + past participle I had played Past Perfect Continuous: Subject + had + been + present participle I had been playing To learn more about the past and other tenses check out our other videos online and consider taking one of our TEFL courses. A teaching certificate from ITTT will enable you to take part in one of the many teaching English abroad programs available around the world. These programs may involve being placed in paid teaching positions or they could be completely voluntary, either way most teaching English abroad programs require participants to possess an English teaching qualification. For more information on the types of course ITTT has to offer follow 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.

I learned a lot about what to avoid when managing the classroom such as how to arrange desks and conduct myself during certain activities. This unit taught me a lot about how to increase the effectiveness of class time and techniques for increasing rapport. I found it helpful because I got to learn about pros and cons for specific classroom arrangements and group set ups.I feel that this lesson had been particularly useful for me, given that I have never been given the chance to teach in an open classroom. It highlights certain points of note, such as the methods of building rapport (Allowing students to correct each other) and the arrangement of seating (Most of which is uncommon in my youth) which I foresee would be of use when I teach.


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