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  • Do you want to teach English abroad? Are you interested in TESOL? Do you want to work in EFL or ESL? TESOLTeacher.com helps you find the qualifications, training and work that will show you how to excel and be a great TESOL teacher. There are guides, tips, advice and secrets from TESOL insiders.
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  • Tips, TESOL articles, and advice on teaching basic English skills as EFL or ESL
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  • Would you like to make money? Would you like to travel and see different countries? Would you like to meet great people? If you can answer yes to all of these three questions, you should consider a career in Teaching English (ESL). ESL is a fantastic career that allows you many choices, experiences, and opportunities that aren’t available otherwise. Check through some of the resources and articles on this site, see what you can earn, learn, and so on.
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  • Tips on choosing which countries to teach English in.
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  • If you are going abroad for an extended period, and have saved up the money. You will need to prepare a lot of things: including... a. cash, credit cards, and traveler's checks (and quite a bit of it!); b. documents (including travel, educational, vaccinations, etc.); c. banking documents and accounts for setting up bank account; d. tickets, insurance, vaccinations; e. travel visas, if you are required to have them; and f. job application materials (including photographs, resumes, references, testimonials, certificates...)
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  • Six Tips on Getting To and Through your first TESOL Teacher Interview
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  • 5 Tips For Your First Day As a Successful TESOL Teacher - How to Conduct Your First Class
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  • ESL Writing: Freewriting, Prompts and Feedback
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  • Students, Do Your Homework. Tips on getting your children to do their homework. Screaming! Tantrums! Arguments! Is this what happens to you when you try to get your students to do their homework? It certainly happens to many of my students when they go home.
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  • ESL for Kids: 5 Tips on Writing Worksheets or Homework Papers: As a children’s ESL teacher, I’ve long enjoyed making worksheets for students of all levels, using the main course book New Parade as a jumping off point. Over the years, though, I have refined some principles that still hold true to making a work sheet for students, especially younger learners.
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  • Finding interesting motivation reading resources for adults and older kids can be a challenge if you are a TESOL teacher. Most books are either too long, too difficult or not interesting. One great tool that can help TESOL teachers and ESL students is an offshoot of Wikipedia - Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.
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  • Tools for TESOL
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