6 life hacks to not only survive but succeed on a TEFL course (and after)

Over 10,000 people decide to take a TEFL courses every year, each having their own reasons to do so. Many are looking for a way to finance their travels for a year, others want to profoundly change their lives and careers and some have already been teaching and want to catch up with methodology and work on weak spots. No matter the reasons, taking a TEFL course is commonly described as an “intensive” adventure and as a tutor working on initial teaching training courses, I can confirm that without hesitation. However, there are a few easy hacks to make your life during a TEFL course much easier.

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How to Teach English – the 10 Most Helpful Pieces of Advice

If you have studied an ESL teaching course you were probably given a lot of advice on how to teach English by tutors, and by well-meaning friends, colleagues or strangers. Sometimes it’s too much to take in so here is what I have found useful.

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