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Making Your First Lesson a Success

29 June 2012 After you have completed your accredited TEFL course you may already have a TEFL job lined up. Along with all the excitement you are undoubtedly going to encounter some nerves. With at least 120 hours of TEFL training you are already set up for success however here are definitely a few extra things you can do to […]

Teaching English in Sri Lanka

21 June 2012 Sri Lanka is a small island which lies south off the tip of India. It has attracted travellers and  TEFL teachers for years with it’s natural beauty. Few places in the world can offer TEFL teachers such a remarkable combination of pristine beaches, colourful history, and unique cultural experiences. Find out more about teaching […]

Teaching English in Tanzania

21 June 2012 Tanzania is home to the famous Mount Kilimanjaro and is a great destination for TEFL tutors to teach English abroad. Travellers and TEFL teachers are attracted to Tanzania by its unsurpassed natural beauty and fantastic beaches. It is also famous for its national parks Serengeti and Ngorongoro Conservation Area which continues to […]

TEFL Lesson Plan Ideas

10 May 2012 One of the most important aspects of  TEFL teaching lies in rigorous planning. Lesson preparation is key and you’ll learn all about this during your TEFL Org teacher training course. The foundation of any successful lesson plan is identifying desirable outcomes and putting into place activities and tasks that help the student grasp a particular […]

Ben in Zaragoza

My name’s Ben and I’m an English teacher originally from Leeds, UK, but now living in Zaragoza. This is my first job since I qualified with a TEFL Org UK qualification and I can’t describe the impact it’s had on my life. A year ago I was working as a dull, monotonous call centre drone taking repetitive […]