Top 10 Ways to Get Organised for the 100% Online CELTA course

Online CELTA course

English teachers and other professionals who want to start teaching English usually want to have an accredited international TEFL qualification. And the new 4-week intensive or 14-week part-time 100% online CELTA offered by Oxford TEFL is a great opportunity for you to get one of the most renowned teaching qualifications in the world. After all, […]

9 Free Alternatives to Zoom for Getting your Classroom Online

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The present crisis has brought rapid and dramatic changes to the world of work, and the world of teaching English online has been no exception. Teachers have suddenly been forced, by circumstances, to adapt their skills to working online in live virtual classrooms with little or no preparation or training. Most schools and teachers have […]

We answer your questions: 100% Online CELTA FAQs with tutor Rubens

As the first course dates approach for our 100% Online CELTA course, it is natural that many applicants have lots of questions about how the course works, how it compares to the face to face CELTA and the main benefits of taking it with us. For this reason, our expert CELTA tutor, Rubens Heredia, answers […]

Teaching online: what hardware and software do you need?

Teach English online

The resources you need for teaching online are like anything else in teaching: it all depends on what your students ask for! If you sign up with an agency that recruits online teachers – whether for business English classes or groups of young learners – your customer will give you an idea of what videoconferencing […]

My Top Ten Pronunciation Tips: Physicality and Integration – by Adrian Underhill

Adrian Underhill

Adrian is series editor of the Macmillan Books for Teachers, author of Sound Foundations: Learning and Teaching Pronunciation and an adviser in the development of the new Macmillan English Dictionary. He has been a teacher and trainer for many years and was director of the International Teacher Training Institute at International House in Hastings until […]

Top 10 Tips for Effective CLIL Lesson Planning

Ollie Wood

What is CLIL? Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) is a dual-focused educational approach in which an additional language is used for the learning and teaching of both content and language. CLIL is not a new form of language education and it is not a new form of subject education. It is, however, closely related […]

Effective Ways to Motivate Cambridge Exams Students

Tim Brown

Tim is our Teaching IELTS, Teaching EAP and Teaching Cambridge Exams Classes tutor. He is based in Bangkok Thailand, where he works as a CELTA trainer and also prepares students for the IELTS exam. He has taught EAP at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand and also Leicester University in the UK. He spent 10 years teaching […]

How the Trinity DipTESOL transformed my ELT career

Jayne Kyte is one of our Trinity DipTESOL graduates. She has worked in the field of English Language Teaching in Switzerland for over 28 years, spending 9 years as Area Manager/ELT Consultant for Oxford University Press. She is currently a freelance teacher/teacher trainer and CELTA tutor. She is also a regular workshop presenter at local conferences […]

Free teacher workshops this November in Barcelona

We are looking forward to the next round of free teacher workshops coming up at Oxford TEFL in Barcelona! Join us on one, or more, of the following Fridays to pick up some practical tips and develop your teaching skills from experienced teachers and trainers. As always, there will be snacks and drinks in the […]

Life after Taking the Trinity DipTESOL: Treading Water to Making Waves

Teaching English Online

Before I finally took the plunge (or, more accurately, the “Dip”), I had come a long way in my career. By that time, I had been teaching for 14 years, I had experience with adults, young learners and exam classes, and I had completed an MA with a focus on Educational Technology. So, why did […]