English Grammar -- Present Simple -- Forming Questions -- Teaching English Second Language


The structure of the question form of the Present Simple tense is the topic for this ITTT video. The positive and negative forms are discussed in other videos. Question Form: auxiliary verb 'do/does' + subject + base form of the verb Do I/you/we/they teach? Does he/she/it teach? Teaching English as a second language is an exciting and rewarding experience. The major qualifications necessary to gain a position teaching English as a second language are an internationally recognized TEFL or TESOL Certificate. ITTT has a range of courses that will provide you with the skills to begin your career teaching English as a second language. If you are interested in gaining your qualification 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.

A small unit almost like a manual for how to use your equipment properly in the classroom and what you can do to help the students assess the language better. Of course a teacher should use more than just the basic tools in his class, especially because now technology is worldwide available so we are witnessing a revolution in terms of teaching and approaching the learner.This section was great in putting a name to all the many rules of the English language. These rules will help give meaning to the students when learning English and will help them identify patterns. Using these grammer rules will help me structure lessons and create themes around each of the grammar rules which will make class more enjoyable and memorable for the students.