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9) TESOL Training in Chiang Mai

New dates are now on the calendar. They have one in July, September, then 3 scheduled for next year. They design these events specifically for those teaching English as a platform for ministry. Get some training and do an excellent job. Asean Center for TESOL offers an intensive, five-week certificate course in Chiang Mai, Thailand, including 10 hours practice teaching to non-native speakers. Learn more at…

 

www.actesol.com

 

or email

infothaiatactesoldotcom  (infothaiatactesoldotcom)  

 

4) What’s Your Favorite English as a Second Language Curriculum?

If you were going to go to North Africa and start a legitimate, real-deal institute for teaching English as a second language, what curriculum would you use? The couple who is asking already has a true Celta certificate. (Learn more about the Celta certificate here:

 

www.cambridgeenglish.org/teaching-english/teaching-qualifications/celta/ )

 

Are there packages of these deals? Or does one have to assemble them from scratch? Surely not.

 

7) Want a Job Overseas? Trying to Empower Refugees Where you Live?

Many believe that a TEFL Certificate (Teaching English As a Foreign Language) is the fastest way to get a job overseas and an ideal way to empower refugees and immigrants in the U.S.! Start yours today online!

ConnecTEFL is an affordable, professional 120-hour TEFL certification program that can be completed online anywhere in the world! The certificate meets the globally accepted TESOL International short-term certificate standards and makes you marketable in about every country in the world! For more info, stop by…

 

connectefl.com

6) Want to Teach English Overseas? Want to be Paid for it?

First, you have to be a native English speaker in your 20’s – early 30’s. AND you have to have a certificate to teach English such as: TELF, TESL, ESL, TESOL, CELTA. You’ll receive $1000/mo, paid cash in dollars each month (living expenses & health insurance total half this amount). The opportunity is for this Sept 1 – May 31 and you’ll receive free flights to & from Makhachkala, Dagestan, Russia. You’ll also receive a furnished apartment with utilities (absolutely free!). But better apply soon. The deadline is April 30. For more information, contact Khabib Nagaev, the School Director, via email at…

KhabibdotNagaevatgmaildotcom  (KhabibdotNagaevatgmaildotcom)  

See images of the school at…

 

www.instagram.com/istore.academy/?hl=en

 

Looks fun! : )

7) TESOL Training in Chiang Mai.

Are you teaching English as a platform for ministry? Now you can get training that will help you do an excellent job. Asean Center for TESOL offers an intensive, five-week certificate course in Chiang Mai, Thailand, including 10 hours practice teaching to non-native speakers. April 1 – May 3, and July 1 – August 3 are the next two course dates. Learn more at….

 

www.actesol.com

 

or email

infothaiatactesoldotcom  (infothaiatactesoldotcom)  

5) TESOL Workshop: The Basics of ESL Teaching 102 (Basic stuff)

Do you want to teach English more effectively? The Institute for Cross-Cultural Training is offering a one-day TESOL workshop, Basics of ESL Teaching 102, on April 6. It focuses on how to teach oral skills such as speaking, pronunciation, and listening comprehension. There are two ways to participate: either face-to-face or online through Skype in real time. For more information, contact

icctatwheatondotedu  (icctatwheatondotedu)   or visit the ICCT website for more information:

 

https://www.wheaton.edu/academics/academic-centers/institute-for-cross-cultural-training/tesol-courses-and-workshops/

6) TESOL Workshop: Basics of Teaching ESL 103 (Advanced stuff)

The Institute for Cross-Cultural Training is offering a follow-up one-day TESOL workshop, Basics of ESL Teaching 103, on April 27. It focuses on four areas: teaching grammar, teaching lower proficiency learners, assessment, and materials selection. There are two ways to participate: face-to-face or online through Skype in real time. For more information, contact

icctatwheatondotedu  (icctatwheatondotedu)   or visit the ICCT website for more information:

 

www.wheaton.edu/academics/academic-centers/institute-for-cross-cultural-training/tesol-courses-and-workshops/

11) TESOL Training in Chiang Mai

Are you teaching English as a platform for ministry? Get some training and do and EXCELLENT job. Asean Center for TESOL offers an INTENSIVE, five-week certificate course in Chiang Mai, Thailand, including many hours of in-class teaching and 10 hours practice teaching to non-native speakers! For application forms or more information, click to…

 

www.actesol.com

 

or write

infothaiatactesoldotcom  (infothaiatactesoldotcom)  

7) ChinaSource Quarterly — Teaching in China

Against the background of a changing China, this edition of the ChinaSource Quarterly examines the role of expatriate teachers in China. Their approach is not primarily theoretical but practical, seeking to learn from experienced practitioners and to understand approaches that will stand the test of current trends. Rather than propose a “roadmap,” they seek to inspire and encourage with a vision of what is possible. Learn more at…

 

www.chinasource.org/resource-library/chinasource-quarterlies/teaching-in-china

 

6) "Teaching English as a Second Language" Certification Online

Some say a Teaching English As a Foreign / Second Language Certificate is the fastest way to get a job overseas or empower refugees and immigrants in the U.S. ConnecTEFL is an affordable, professional 120 hour TEFL certification program that can be completed online anywhere in the world! The certificate meets the globally accepted TESOL International short-term certificate standards and makes you marketable in about every country in the world! For more information, click to…

http://connectefl.com

9) What’s the Fastest Way to Get a Job Overseas (If you Speak English)

Answer: A Teaching English As a Foreign / Second Language Certificate is the fastest way to get a job overseas or empower refugees and immigrants in the U.S. ConnecTEFL is an affordable, professional 120-hour TEFL certification program that can be completed online anywhere in the world! The certificate meets the globally accepted TESOL International short-term certificate standards and makes you marketable in about every country in the world! To learn more…

http://connectefl.com

8) Reach Thai while learning TESOL

Are you looking for an opportunity to reach Thai university students for Christ? Or do you need a place to do your TESOL internship for Bible school? Check out The Centre — which teaches English and other skills, all of great interest to university students in Chiang Mai, Thailand. They are praying for more teachers to fill all the classrooms, and corresponding students to go with them (1:00-7:00pm weekdays). They want to have an impact on several campuses in their region and country! For more information, email
thecentrecmatgmaildotcom or call 088-258-1015 or browse to…

http://www.thecentrethailand.org

12) What’s the Best Online TESL Course?

teflOne teacher (from the Middle East) pointed us to…

http://www.bridgetefl.com/

He said the cost was the most reasonable for the instruction he received. You can get a 40-hour basic certificate for $260, or a 60-hour Educator certificate for $340. Of course, their 140-hour course (IDELT Online) is $997.50. Are these fairly competitive with courses you’ve taken? (or courses your institute offers?) Please click “Comment” after the web version of this item to help us find the best value for the best price. Thanks in advance for your help.

11) EFL Workbooks for Christian Studies

The workbooks are designed for learners of English who need to improve their reading comprehension in order to perform effectively in Bible colleges and seminaries that require extensive reading in English. The intention is not to teach English, but to supplement classroom instruction with biblically contextualized passages and exercises. Each unit begins with pre-reading questions and a biography of approximately 650 words. Each curriculum includes a Student’s Workbook and a Teacher’s Book and introduces a variety of reading strategies, particularly observation-interpretation-application. All of the workbooks are available as a download, to print and photocopy for personal or class use, but may not be reproduced for profit. The website is:

http://www.sites.google.com/site/stapletonlyn

Comments or questions can be sent to Lyn at

stapletonlynatyahoodotcom

10) It’s not Too Late to Study/Teach This Summer in China

Believe it or not, here’s an opportunity you still might be able to make happen. Visit…

http://www.errchina.com/SummerBridge.html

To learn about “Summer Bridge,” and

http://www.errchina.com/summerProgram.html

to learn about Summer Teaching. Put the two together, and it looks like you could spend virtually the entire summer in China. Download more details, brochures, and applications at the sites above.

10) Learn to Teach English in Chiang Mai

Asia’s Center for TESOL classes in Chiang Mai, Thailand (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate. This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4. For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening. This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. Learn more at…

http://www.actesol.com

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