English Grammar -- Present Simple -- Usage -- Online TESOL Course


http://www.teflonline.net This video outlines two usages of the Present Simple tense. There are several usages but the video focuses on the two main ones. The first usage is to talk about habits and routines. For example, I teach every Monday. She walks to school every day. It rains almost every day in the wet season. His mother does yoga twice a week. The second main usage of the Present Simple is to talk about general facts and truths. For example, The sun rises in the east. The earth is round. She works at the local mall. Coming to terms with the tense system can often cause both students and teachers the greatest amount of difficulty, not to mention other grammar points such as conditionals, modals, active and passive voice. ITTT's online teaching courses assume no previous knowledge of English grammar terms. The online courses will provide you with the skills needed to be an effective teacher of grammar. For more information and to select the right Online TESOL Course for you 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.

This unit although very basic in teaching it is also very informative and explains to any future teacher when the right time to use certain teaching aids is necessary. While also giving the advantages and disadvantages for each aid that has been listed. This unit also gives us a deeper look into aids we have been using our entire educational careers such as the dictionary.The future is one of the most difficult parts of the English language. In addition to the regular 4 forms, the future has three more forms. Those forms include: future simple, future perfect, future continuous, future perfect continuous, going to future, present simple, and present continuous. Present simple and present continuous have both present and future applications.