Learn what teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) involves. Explore the opportunities to teach English abroad or at home.
Get advice on teaching English as a foreign language from experts worldwide
Teaching English is a fantastic way to see the world. And it’s immensely satisfying – you get to see students achieve great things with their new skills.
That’s why thousands of people take up posts around the globe every year, teaching English as a foreign language.
If you want to join them, now’s your chance. This online course explores the ins and outs of English Language Teaching (ELT), covering what ELT involves and where you can teach it.
You’ll get advice from fellow teachers and experts from Cambridge Assessment English, helping you to teach English abroad or at home.
What will you achieve?
Identify ELT terminology
Engage with key topics in ELT
Evaluate a variety of ELT teaching and learning materials
Discuss different types of learners
Identify classroom management techniques
Explore language systems and language skills
Apply practical ideas about materials and activities for future use with learners
Evaluate training options
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for anyone with an interest in TEFL, either in your own country or abroad. No prior knowledge is required to take part in the course.
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