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Teaching practices

The central part of the CELTA, the part that makes it one of the better TEFL certificates out there, and much better than a purely academic or online only certificate is the observed teaching hours. Every other day trainees are … Continue reading

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Angelina: Szia! Brad: Szia! Brad vagyok. A: Angelina vagyok. Kérsz bor? B: Nem, koszonom. A: Kérsz viz? B: Nem koszonom A: Kérsz sör? B: Igen koszonom! Got it? This was my first lesson of the CELTA course. If I ever go … Continue reading

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CELTA Application and Interview

I already talked a bit about the CELTA program that I plan to do this summer, and now I will talk about the application and interview process. This is a long post in three parts – CELTA requirements, the application process and … Continue reading

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Change of plans

So it seems that I will not be taking the CELTA course this June as planned. I will in fact be saying in Korea for another month. My branch had a runner (a teacher that leaves without giving notice). He … Continue reading

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This year I applied for the CELTA (Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults) to develop my skills as I continue to teach English. The CELTA is an internationally recognized TEFL/TESL certificate developed by Cambridge university and offered at centers … Continue reading

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