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TEFL Videos - TESOL TEFL Reviews - Video Testimonial - CORINTH | GREECE
In this TEFL review video another group of trainees share their experiences during the TEFL/TESOL four-week in-class course in Corinth, Greece. They talk about the challenging and rewarding aspects of the course. ITTT's in-class course covers grammar, phonology, teaching methodologies, and lesson preparation techniques. You will also be given the opportunity to teach real students. Our course will give you the confidence to stand up in front of a class of students, we will also teach you how to plan lessons and help you to create and select activities and teaching materials that will make your lessons interesting and productive.
This is what one of our TEFL graduates feels he has gained from the course, or a part of it, and how he plans to put into action what he has learned.
I have learnt from this uint that there are 4 past tenses: the Past Simple Tense, the Past Continuous Tense, the Past Perfect Tense and the Past Perfect Continuous Tense. The Past Simple Tense mostly indicates completed actions at definite past time. The Past Continuous Tense mostly indicates actions in progress at stated time in the past. The Past Perfect Tense mostly indicates past action which occurred before another past action or before a specific time in the past. The Past Perfect Continuous Tense mostly indicates continuing action in the past up until an additional action in the past.I felt this was a straight forward lesson about different types of assessment and exams and how each type of test or assessment should be used. For example, the ESOL is used for students who have moved to Britain, Wales, and Ireland to test the current English ability of the students.I also learned that practice tests are a good way to get students comfortable and prepared for external examinations and what to expect. I would think that progress tests would be the most useful in the classroom as it allows the teacher to gauge what the students are struggling with and what they have retained.