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Teaching private ESL classes in Mexico

7 Tips for Teaching Private Classes in Mexico

Thanks to its close proximity to the United States, there is an almost endless number of Mexicans looking for help with their English. But how can you find them and what exactly are they looking for? …

Planning to Teach English Abroad? Government Authentication Required for Your TESOL / TEFL Certification

Planning to Teach English Abroad? Government Authentication Required for Your TESOL / TEFL Certification

If your plan is to teach English abroad in 2021, more countries now require teachers to hold a TESOL/TESL, or TEFL certificate that is authenticated by the government of the country where the certific…

TESOL Certification Guide – Everything You Need To Know

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages When people think about a career in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), they imagine taking off a year or two to rel…

Teaching Resources:

TESOL Certification Guide – Everything You Need To Know

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages When people think about a career in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), they imagine taking off a year or two to rel…

Business English Lesson Idea

How to Teach Meetings to Business English Students

In the business world, meetings are fairly common. Whether it’s face to face, through a VoIP such as Skype or Zoom, or conference call, meetings are happening every day. But, some of your students m…

Teaching ESL Using the Communicative Approach to Intermediate Learners

3 Sample Activities Using the Communicative Approach with Intermediate Levels

Previously, we shared a few activities using the communicative approach with beginner levels. The activities gave language targets practical purpose and real-life context. When we use the communicativ…

Teaching English Online:

Teaching English Online with VIPKID

Teaching English Online with VIPKid

I stumbled upon a Facebook post a couple of years ago about teaching English online to Chinese students. It caught my attention. When I was younger, I loved working with kids. The teacher joked about …

Offering Feedback in the Online ESL classroom

Writing Effective Feedback In The Online Classroom

Giving feedback doesn’t mean judging your student’s skills, that’s what testing and quizzes are for. It means giving constructive criticism and praise in order for them to improve. Giving effect…

Effective Online English Teacher

12 Tips to Be an Effective Online ESL Teacher

These days, online teaching is a fairly in-demand venue for teaching the English language. That means customers have a wide variety of ESL teachers to choose from. That can be a problem if you’re no…

Teaching English Abroad:

Teaching private ESL classes in Mexico

7 Tips for Teaching Private Classes in Mexico

Thanks to its close proximity to the United States, there is an almost endless number of Mexicans looking for help with their English. But how can you find them and what exactly are they looking for? …

Planning to Teach English Abroad? Government Authentication Required for Your TESOL / TEFL Certification

Planning to Teach English Abroad? Government Authentication Required for Your TESOL / TEFL Certification

If your plan is to teach English abroad in 2021, more countries now require teachers to hold a TESOL/TESL, or TEFL certificate that is authenticated by the government of the country where the certific…

Teaching at Language Schools in Mexico

Teaching at Language Schools in Mexico

Mexico is one of the largest ESL markets in Latin America, with millions of students of all ages and levels. Consequently, in any city you visit, you’ll find a wide range of international and nation…