TESOL Jinzhou

Check out tefl tesol about TESOL Jinzhou and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad.

You could also be interested in:

This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned:

P.J. - U.S. said:
This unit presents the basic and most common parts of speech of the English language. While saving the complexities of English verbs for later units, this unit builds from the most basic component of language: nouns. As a foreign language teacher I found much of this material to align with what I teach in my classroom. Nevertheless I found the sections on what learners of English find most difficult and their common mistakes to be quite helpful. One such section mentions the troubles learners have placing adverbs in the proper place within a sentence and also difficulties spelling them. Another common bane of students of English is the confusion between possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns. I've seen this confusion first-hand in my Spanish language classroom and we can deduct that this is a common problem for many students of Indo-European languages. That being said, the lexical similarity of the two languages would definitely have an effect on the extent of confusion, i.e., a Spaniard might have less confusion with Italian pronouns than a native English speaker. It was very interesting to learn about other auxiliary verbs. I have always understood that the verb \"have\" was an auxiliary verb used to create the perfect tenses but I loved seeing that \"be\" and \"do\" are also used in this fashion: \"be\" being used to form the present and past progressives and \"do\" being used to form the negative and ask questions.