So, you have been accepted into a TEFL course. How are you feeling?
- Relaxed because you are a fluent English speaker, or near native,with a good educational background.
- Perhaps you feel a little bit worried as one of your friends took the courseand said it was one of the toughest months of her life.
- Maybe you’re worried that you’re going to fail the course.
- Read a book or two, maybe a few articles and do a little research about TEFL and teaching English.
- Brush up on your grammar. You don’t need to be a grammar expert, but at least know a few grammar basics.
- If it is possible, see if you can observe a TEFL class. This will give you an idea of what your class will be like. Seeing a teacher and students in action will give you a better feel of what a TEFL course is all about.
- If you are taking your TEFL course abroad in a foreign country, learn some of the basics of the local language as this will help to make your experience more rewarding.
- Most important take some time to relax. See your friends and enjoy yourself. TEFL courses can be intense, so don’t be surprised if you are very busy, with just a little free time available to enjoy yourself during the course. Being relaxed and rested before you start your TEFL course will be a big bonus for you.
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