One of the biggest mistakes that ESL teachers on their ESL resumé is to use a standard CV template. Here are some tips on how to write an ESL resumé. Continue Reading →
Teaching English as a Second language can be a challenge for any native English speaker, even those with TEFL training.
This month, the ESL Educators Guide is providing three tips for teaching specific groups of ESL learners, including tips for: teaching kids, teenagers, adults, Business English, IELTS, and zero-beginners. Continue Reading →
This month’s ESL Educators Blog Carnival is an open discussion for our participants. I’m opening this page up to my readers as well, so if you’ve got an interesting ESL article that you’d like to share, please get in touch with me via the Contact Page and I will add your URL, a short blurb about your article and an author box to this post. Continue Reading →
Just because you speak English fluently doesn’t mean you understand the mechanics of how the English language works. A good TEFL course will give you the basics that you need to become a successful and skilled educator. TEFL courses are a necessary part of teaching English abroad today. Continue Reading →
Today’s ESL article covers some important points for teachers who are considering a career in ESL. Here’s the scoop on ESL and EFL teaching methodologies and what you need to consider before embarking on a career as an ESL educator. Continue Reading →