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TEFL Videos - TESOL TEFL Reviews - Video Testimonial - John
John is currently teaching in Seoul, South Korea in a local school and at his home. John completed the TESOL course with ITTT. In this TESOL review video, John tells us what he gained from taking the course. The knowledge he gained from the course has already helped to improve his lessons and he is getting positive feedback from his students. John runs all of his own classes and is responsible for creating and choosing the materials for his classes as well as planning the lessons. Having completed this TESOL course, John is now considering taking further courses including a TESOL diploma and possibly a masterâ€™s in TESOL.
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.
Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more effective and interesting. The following resources are often found in classrooms: white/blackboard, interactive whiteboard, OHP, visual aids (pictures), worksheets and work cards, cassette/CD/DVD players, computers with videos and other online resources, dictionaries, course and resource books, photocopier. The work with teaching equipment should be planned and organised. The teacher should have a back-up plan in case IWB or any other electronic stuff is not working. There are lots of online sources that EFL teacher can use.This unit reviewed the Tense system. Present tenses, in particular, was the focus of the units lesson. We reviewed; Present simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect, and Present Perfect Continuous. This area of English grammar in particular is a source of great difficulty to the average ESL learner as there are so many subtleties and nuances that need to be followed in order to speak properly in English. One example is in the Present perfect tense one could say \" \" He's been to bed \" or \" He's gone to bed \" and both would appear to convey the same message but they infact do not.