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The TEFLology Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) and related matters, presented by three self-certified TEFLologists. We take a lighthearted look at the fields of English language teaching (ELT) and applied linguistics, with topics ranging from TESOL methodologies and approaches to current affairs and history. Email: teflology@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @TEFLology
 
Far too much of language teaching literature is, to quote Stephen Krashen, “Far too long, far too incomprehensible and far too full of jargon,” not to mention far too expensive. The TEFL Training Institute podcast is short, easy to understand and free. In each 15-minute episode, we discuss practical, thought-provoking or controversial topics with our friends, and some of the biggest names in language teaching. From motivation to materials, training to teenagers, approaches to assessment, if ...
 
Welcome to the Let’s Talk TEFL podcast with Jackie Bolen and Jennifer Smith. We’re going to discuss everything ESL/EFL teaching, including experiences teaching abroad, activity and game ideas, teaching tips, interviews with old friends, and more. Come join us in the Let’s Talk TEFL teacher’s lounge for some inspiration and entertainment!
 
The Art Of Reinvention By TeflonJohn was created by Johnathan "TeflonJohn" Smith to motivate and inspire individuals to become the best version of themselves. Each episode will contain critical topics that will help improve your perspective on life. There will be guests from time to time that will offer their expertise on specific topics. Please share this show with your loved ones and friends if you find this show helpful!
 
TEFL commute is a podcast for language teachers. It is not about language teaching though inevitably it might crop up. All three of us are avid podcast listeners and like playing around making our own. TEFL commute is meant to be a light-hearted listen aimed at brightening your daily commute to class. Each episode is built a round a topic that you could use in your teaching and the podcast will have page on this site that will link you to articles, questions and resources you can use with yo ...
 
In these podcasts Robert William McCaul and Marek Kiczkowiak discuss different matters related to learning and teaching English, as well as other foreign languages. Each podcast is about 20 minutes in length. If you've enjoyed the podcasts, please rate them on iTunes here: https://itun.es/i6LZ4T3 Visit our website to stay up to date with all the recent epsiodes: www.theteflshow.com The podcast music theme is under Creative Commons ShareAlike 3.0 International License and was downloaded from ...
 
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Kirsten Campbell from Busuu joins me to discuss how to keep learners engaged in learning using an app. Support the podcast by buying us a coffee For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website: www.TEFLtraininginstitute.com Sign up for our mailing list Watch as well as listen on our YouTube channel Develop yourself! Find more about our teach…
 
So you've done your homework, obtained the necessary certifications, combed the job boards, and impressed the hiring manager. Congratulations! But, before you accept that teaching abroad job offer, make sure you ask these questions to make sure you understand what you're getting into! #TEFL #BestTEFL #TESOL Get 30% OFF your TEFL/TESOL course now: h…
 
We all get a little lonely sometimes, but we get by with a little help from our friends. But what if we don't have any friends? What if nobody wants to help us? What if nobody wants our help? It's OK though, sometimes we're in a lovely egalitarian environment with a benign dictator who is willing to make sure that everybody gets a friend, such as a…
 
Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast – a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language, and related matters. After a pause during the teaching term and summer break, we’re happy to return! In this episode we catch-up with each other about we’ve been doing during our time of absence, talk about questions from students, and reflect on our…
 
Regular guest Matt Courtois and I discuss what makes quality teacher talk. How should young learner teachers give instructions? How much should teachers grade their language? And when should teachers say nothing at all? Inside Online Language Teaching: Conversations About the Future That Became the Present Support the podcast by buying us a coffee …
 
Pronunciation as a subject in itself is often not included in many language courses. But pronunciation can be one of the most enjoyable subjects to teach, and if taught skillfully can bestow learners with the confidence they need to really speak the language. In this episode, I've provided four of my favorite pronunciation activities. References & …
 
Dave Weller joins me to talk about how to promote your writing. Dave tells us why you shouldn’t start a blog, where you can write instead, how to promote your writing across different platforms, how to find out what people search for online, how to choose a title for your writing and the key to writing a best selling book. Visit Dave’s website here…
 
Not only did John Rupert Firth teach British military personnel to eavesdrop on conversations between Japanese pilots over the radio, but he also gave us one of the best known quotes on vocabulary and its co-dependent relationship with its context. This idea has implication for the way we teach and learn vocabulary, and the importance of mass amoun…
 
Flashcards are incredibly powerful language learning tools. As a teacher, if you can somehow integrate flashcards into lessons - or even better, your course as a whole - then you'll be equipping your students with a powerful tool and learning skills. In this second episode on flashcards, we'll look into the different ways you can use flashcards as …
 
Flashcards are incredibly powerful language learning tools. As a teacher, if you can somehow integrate flashcards into lessons - or even better, your course as a whole - then you'll be equipping your students with a powerful tool and learning skills. In this first episode on flashcards, we'll look at the theory behind them and what can make or brea…
 
Russ Mayne, author of Evidence-Based ELT, joins me to discuss where knowledge about teaching comes from. What common teaching ideas and practices are myths? What do we know about teaching from research? And how can teachers include more evidence-based scientific practices into their teachers?بقلم TEFL Training Institute
 
The title of today's episode is supposed to be oxymoronic; teaching vocabulary in the traditional sense is one of the least effective ways to boost your learners' lexical repertoire. Instead, what we can do best as teachers, is plan for vocabulary learning to happen, teach vocabulary learning strategies, monitor learners' progress, and help learner…
 
If you teach English, then I'm sure you need more fun and engaging ESL games, activities, teaching tips and advice. Eric from Etacude English Teachers joins me and shares his ideas for Mother’s and Father’s Day lessons, along with plenty of tips, tricks, and solid advice for teaching in general. We talk about connecting with parents and also how to…
 
Simon Galloway (author of Teaching Teachers Online) joins me to discuss using forums in online teacher training. We talk about how to encourage interaction between trainees, how to encourage trainees to post critical and reflective comments, and how to incorporate variety into forum tasks.بقلم TEFL Training Institute
 
To homework, or not to homework. That is the question. Do you think Mr Wilkins will remember to check the assignment? Can I copy yours? Sorry, my dog ate my pencil.. In this episode, Troy and Steve facilate on this rather (un)important question. Both have long histroies of avoiding homework - as students and as teachers. But both also have a long h…
 
Using warmers in English class is so important for a large number of reasons, not least to get your students (re)energized, to review past lesson content and language, to activate their schemata for the upcoming lesson, and to switch into English mode. In today's episode, we're going to look at three of my favorite warmers: 1. Ticket Swap 2. Word S…
 
If you teach English to children, then I'm sure you need more fun and engaging ESL games and activities. Stuart from TEFL Lemon joins me and shares his top 5 ESL activities for young learners, along with plenty of tips, tricks, and solid advice for teaching the young ones! We talk about the box, the ball and sack, make a match, running dictation, a…
 
Gail Ellis, author of Teaching Children How to Learn, joins me to discuss learning to learn. Gail tells us the importance of encouraging metacognition, how to make learners more aware of the aims of activities, and how to encourage meaninful reflection. Support the podcast by buying us a coffee For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website…
 
Find out everything you need to know about teaching English in Spain with Jaime from ESL Teacher 365. We talk about the various kinds of jobs, how she ended up teaching ESL in Spain, some activities for the classroom, and then her future plans in the world of education. You can find her on YouTube or Instagram. Thanks so much for sharing your knowl…
 
Many people around the world dream of moving abroad to teach English. It’s exciting, it’s life-changing and it can seem like a never-ending vacation. However, there are also a lot of things to watch out for or to be aware of when moving abroad to teach. In this episode, we cover 10 important pieces of advice that every new EFL teacher needs to know…
 
Do your students often ask you how they can improve their English skills? Here is the advice that we give them, including tips for keeping a journal, extensive listening and reading, setting SMART goals and lots more. Learning English Jackie on YouTube Jackie on TikTok Teach Travel Learn (on YouTube) Study Tips to Learn English Faster (on Amazon) P…
 
In this episode, Troy and Steve ask whether teachers can ever not be teachers. What happens to us after the lessons end? Can we turn all that teacher stuff off? Or do we carry it around like a bad backpack with all the important stuff in it that one can't possibly do without? Or, as we kind of hope, are we just normal people with a job and a life o…
 
In our longest ever episode, we ask English language teaching legends Diedrick Van Gorp, Debbie Hepplewhite, Stephen Krashen, Vivian Cook, David Crystal, Jack Richards, Hugh Dellar, Penny Ur , Alan Maley and David Weller about their influences and what they learned from them. For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website Support the podcas…
 
Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters. In today’s episode we explore the research method of narrative inquiry around the topic of teacher identity with Dr Takaaki Hiratsuka. Takaaki is an associate professor at Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan, where he is in charge …
 
Mark Pemberton, co-CEO of Study Cat, joins me to talk about app-based language learning. Where is technology based language learning going? What are the limits of technology? Can these ever be overcome? For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website Support the podcast – buy us a coffee! Develop yourself! Find more about our teacher trainin…
 
When you’re applying for any job, you want to make sure that you’re putting your best foot forward. You might be the perfect fit for a position, but silly mistakes in job applications can cost you dearly. In this live session, we'll take a look at 8 big mistakes to avoid when applying for TEFL jobs. #TEFL #BestTEFL #TESOL Get 30% OFF your TEFL/TESO…
 
We speak with Professor Alan Maley, author of Creativity and English Language Teaching, about how constraints can prompt creativity in teachers and what teachers can do to bring in their lives, interests and personalities to make the classrooms more creative. For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website Support the podcast – buy us a coff…
 
To teach, or not to teach, the question is, is that a complete sentence, seeing as the rule dictates that sentences should contain a subject, verb, and object. Also, when is the correct time to use a semi colon; that is, is it correct to join the clauses as was done when it also includes a zero relative clause? Oh, and never and a sentence with a p…
 
Teaching English abroad is an exciting career path that thousands of people embark on every year. The first step is usually a TEFL or TESOL certificate and then finding a job in a suitable location. Once you step into your own EFL classroom, you will then be able to use all the skills you learned during the course. However, every teacher makes mist…
 
Check our Dave’s book, Lesson Planning for Language Teachers, at https://amzn.to/31HJtpk What happens if the important decisions about planning get left to coursebook writers rather than teachers? How much of the coursebook should schools tell teachers to use? And what can you do if your school doesn’t let you deviate from the prescribed materials?…
 
Are you comfortable? Are you happy? Is this activity pleasing you? Troy and Steve don't care, really. Nevertheless should you feel these things are important, you are a humanist. And if you teach lessons with these concerns in mind you are a teacher who worries about classroom atmosphere. Actually, Troy and Steve do care - we lied. Atmosphere is re…
 
Do you ever have the feeling that the person handling the other end of your technology have no idea what they are doing? Like Troy and Steve trying to do this podcast, perhaps? Well, it might be that students and teachers have the same problem even though they have to teach and learn online. They may have absolutely no clue whatsoever. Well, with C…
 
Troy and Steve waffle endlessly about cases where students confide, and to complicate things, it's all about another teacher. What does ethics say? What does your heart say? What do the students say? What does your gut say? In one amazing moment, Troy actually uses the word 'albeit' with perfect pronunciation. See if you can spot it. Also listen ou…
 
Mark Hancock (author of Pronunciation Games, English Pronunciation in Use, Pron Pack and Pen Pictures) tells us about basing lessons around pictures and using these to generate stories, descriptions, language needs and much more. For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website Support the podcast – buy us a coffee! Develop yourself! Find mor…
 
Are you interested in teaching English in Europe? Certain countries have implemented government-funded programs to attract foreign English teachers. Through these programs, qualified English teachers are placed into schools around their countries where they are employed for a set period of time. This live session covers the most popular government …
 
In this episode, we uncover the biggest misconceptions about TEFL/TESOL and teaching English! #TEFL #BestTEFL #TESOL Get 30% OFF your TEFL/TESOL course now: https://www.teflcourse.net/apply/?cu=FBLIVE-LINDA Are you ready to teach English abroad or online? Click here and get started today: https://bit.ly/37gs5vO What is TEFL Certification? Where is …
 
Matt Courtois and I talk about how to maintain discipline in your learner classes without using punishment. We discuss the problems with punishment, how to set rules, how to avoid boredom and more. Support the podcast by buying us a coffee For more podcasts, videos and blogs, visit our website: www.TEFLtraininginstitute.com Sign up for our mailing …
 
Welcome back to The TEFLology Podcast - a podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language and related matters. In today’s episode we look at the topic of accessibility and inclusivity in the classroom, and are pleased to be joined in our discussion by Dr Judit Kormos. Judit is a professor and the Director of Studies for the MA TESOL Distan…
 
Join Jackie and Jennifer as they talk about everything teaching sentence structure to English learners. They have a ton of ESL sentence structure games, activities and lesson plan ideas so that you can teach English grammar in style and help students build better sentences! Find Out More: ESL Sentence Building Games and Activities Jackie on YouTube…
 
Season 14 episode 7: Numbers is the last episode for this season and marks the 100th episode of our podcast. To celebrate the 100, we've done an episode on numbers. In this roundtable each of the team brings some numbers related to teaching to discuss. Since it is a milestone episode we also look back over some of our episodes and Shaun quizzes the…
 
Simon Galloway (author of Teaching Teachers Online) joins me to discuss how to run webinars. We discuss how to make the most of breakout rooms, polls and chatboxes, why webinars should be part of distance learning courses and when to avoid using webinars.بقلم TEFL Training Institute
 
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