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IATEFL - International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language

IATEFL - International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
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English Course Outline "Very simple booking process, would recommend to others seeking this type of course." Laura, Italian Cactus Level 1 "I'm making real progress with the language. Michelle, Polish Cactus Level 1 "I am enjoying the course very much. Moe, Polish Cactus Level 1 "I really like it. Cassianie, Greek Cactus Level 1 "My wife tells me I'm a very difficult man to impress. Francis, Spanish "One of the best teachers I have ever had and I have been attending lessons for a number of years." Linda, Italian Cactus Level 5 "The course content was very good and not in the least bit boring. Helena, Spanish "I booked through Cactus due to the ease of access, low cost and decent timings. Pankaj, German "As an experienced teacher myself, I have been very impressed with the teacher. Andrew, Italian Cactus Level 1 "This is my first time ever attempting to learn a language and I am impressed with the professionalism." Kim, French Cactus Level 1

Teaching English as a Foreign Language | Education Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) involves teaching English, either in the UK or overseas, to students whose first or main language is not English. It may also be referred to as TESOL, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, when the students are in the UK. There are also jobs in TESL, teaching English as a Second Language, which refers specifically to language teaching for immigrants to English speaking countries. Demand for English language teachers is high, with opportunities in both the private and public sectors. There are many TEFL qualifications and courses so research is vital to ascertain which qualification is best for you. Where do I start? Information and advice on teaching English as a foreign language specifically for University of Edinburgh students and graduates. Teaching English as a foreign language Profiles Follow the links below for profiles of common occupations in this sector: Teacher of English as a Foreign Language Reference books Connect.ed MyEd

ITESOL | Intermountain TESOL The Round | Great for educators, fair for authors ESL Teacher Resources, Job Boards, and Worksheets BALEAP - The Global Forum for EAP Professionals There are three forms of membership available. Institutional Membership Institutional membership is available to any university or equivalent institution of higher education which teaches EAP courses and has at least one full-time member of staff whose principal function involves the teaching of EAP. There are currently (2010) 86 institutional members. Institutional membership entitles you to : Attend biennial BALEAP conferences and one-day Professional Issues Meetings at members’ ratesReceive information on all BALEAP activitiesJoin the BALEAP Accreditation SchemeAttend and vote at the BALEAP Annual General MeetingsAccess the discussion list (mailbase) to engage in discussion on topics of mutual concern, engage in informal consultancy and obtain adviceInstitutional receipt of the Journal of English for Academic Purposes (JEAP) as part of their membership to BALEAP. Institutional subscription : £400 pa. Apply for institutional membership Individual Membership Apply for individual membership

National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC Internet TESL Journal (For ESL/EFL Teachers) QuiTE Homepage Membership Through professional interest sections, professional development programs, publications, and advocacy efforts, TESOL enables thousands of educators, researchers, and administrators worldwide to become more effective, more knowledgeable, and more skilled and to have a voice in shaping policies that affect their work. Join TESOL. Participate in TESOL. Be part of a global and collaborative community committed to creating a world of opportunity through teaching English to speakers of other languages. Be part of a dynamic community . . . All connecting with and inspiring each other to achieve the highest standards of excellence. Membership in TESOL is open to anyone involved in the ESL/EFL field. Membership in TESOL opens up a world of opportunity Whatever your area of expertise, you can find the groups that are the best fit for you. Membership Categories & Dues Add a TESOL Quarterly subscription to your membership

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