Daily Archives: December 20, 2010

Discrimination? Against Non-Native English Speaking Teachers? There Are Only 2 Million Native Speaker TEFL Teachers For 4 Billion Students!

Jason West Founder and Managing Director, Languages Out There London, United Kingdom Founder and Managing Director at Languages Out There Ltd Jason West • I owned and ran year round English schools in London for years. I have always employed … Continue reading

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Dr. Marie-Christine Darouge: How Do You Know A Good Teacher?

Professor Marie-Christine Darouge Educational Dynamics Consultant University of Indianapolis Athens, Greece Marie-Christine Darouge • Hello everyone, A good teacher of any language need not be a native speaker but a proficient language (A) user who is aware of the norms … Continue reading

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CELTA Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) training begins Part 1

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M training to be an English language teacher and travel the world

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TEFL CELTA course at IH Barcelona Spain: Documentary, Part 1

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The CELTA Course (Part Two)

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Train to Teach English as a Foreign Language

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Ordering in the USA – Rules & Talks in Restaurants

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In English – In London

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London Native English Speaker Interviews Part 1

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