Will you teach me English?
English-speaking Christian workers are often asked this question. English has become the worldâ€™s common language, and throughout the world, non-English speakers are anxious to learn. Many English-speaking workers have attempted to teach English, only to discover that being a native speaker does not in itself make one a good teacher of English.
Our Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) course includes six weeks of intensive training in basic theories and methods of teaching English, intercultural communication for teachers, classroom management, how to work with different learning styles, testing, principles of language acquisition, as well as the sounds and grammar of English. An integral part of the training is the opportunity to practice teach during the course.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive a TESOL certificate and supporting documents. These will become the key for opening opportunities to teach English in many settings, worldwide. Meet real needs of internationals within English-speaking countriesâ€¦ of residents in non-English speaking nations worldwide. Acquire a job skillÂ that opens doors to hard-to-enter countriesâ€¦ one that reaches people with whom you are already working.