Our Facebook page is an ever-growing phenomenon that offers the perfect place for trainees, course graduates, and working teachers to connect and share advice and information on all aspects of the TEFL world. One reason why it has become so popular is that it is made up of people from many different nationalities and backgrounds, which means it offers something for everyone. You are more than welcome to join our online community and take advantage of all the great content that it offers. You are also welcome to add your own questions, recommendations, and course reviews to help other people find all the answers that they need to make their TEFL experience even more rewarding.
Our Facebook page also acts as a central hub where you can access more of our online content. From there you can visit our website, YouTube channel, special offer info, photo library and much more besides. At the last count we had well over 100,000 followers on our Facebook page and that number is rising every day due to the fresh and informative content that is regularly added. The content is provided by a range of experts in the TEFL field, as well as by our trainees, course graduates, and working teachers from all over the world. For all the latest news and reviews, head over to Facebook and get involved in our thriving online community.
Do EFL Teachers Need a Second Language?
One question we are often asked on Facebook and elsewhere is how do I teach English abroad if I don’t speak the native language of my students? The good news is that you do not need to speak any other language to be a successful EFL teacher, no matter where you are in the world. For more information on how this is possible, read our FAQ: Do TEFL teachers need a second language?
Can I Learn a Second Language While Teaching EFL?
One of the many benefits of teaching English overseas is that you are in a great position to learn the native language of your chosen destination. Whether it is just to learn the basics to get by in your new home town or you want to get a firm grip on the language for future purposes, there is no better way to learn than being immersed in the language every day. For more info on your possible language learning options, visit our FAQ: Can I learn a foreign language while teaching English Abroad?
While you are there you can also browse through over 200 other commonly asked questions in our FAQ section and find out the answers in straightforward and easy to understand English. Whatever you need to know about teaching English at home or abroad, we have the answers at ITTT.