TEFL Org UK shortlisted for two Scottish Export Awards

TEFL Org UK Shortlisted For Two Scottish Export Awards

We’ve been shortlisted for not only one, but two awards at the prestigious Scottish Export Awards! The first award we are up for is E-commerce exporter of the year. Along with four other Scottish companies in this category, TEFL Org UK has shown increased brand awareness, expansion into new markets and export growth potential. The second award, Micro exporter…

Cat in China

Teaching off the beaten track in China

Before deciding to teach TEFL in China, I had already taken a few tourist trips to the country’s main attractions. I’d wandered the scarlet passageways of Beijing’s Forbidden City, puffed and panted my way up the Great Wall, and held my selfie stick aloft to capture Shanghai’s numerous skyscrapers stacked together like pipes on a…

Charity of the Year 2017: Mary’s Meals

TEFL Org UK is delighted to announce Mary’s Meals as its Charity of the Year for 2017. Mary’s Meals is a global movement that believes every child in our world of plenty should be able to receive one daily meal in a place of education. By setting up and running school feeding programmes in some…

Grammar Dominoes [Teaching Tip]

Here’s an activity you can use for first, second or third conditional. I’ll use third conditional for this example; Dominoes; put the tables in two rows, and split the class in half. Hand out pieces of paper with half sentences written on them to each team. Make sure you have; the beginning of the sentence…

Why you should TEFL in 2017

TEFL, teaching English as a foreign language, is a fantastic opportunity for students, graduates, or anyone to live abroad and do what you enjoy the most: having fun. That’s why in 2017 you should consider packing up and heading off to the country of your choice to spread and teach English to others whilst getting…

TEFL in Austria

Reasons to TEFL in Austria

If asked to make a list of the first things that come to your mind about Austria, you’d probably go along the lines of snow-capped mountains, sweet little cakes, and castles. Well, you wouldn’t be entirely wrong, but it’s also so much more. There are a whole range of reasons as to why Austria is one…

Song Word Race [Teaching Tip]

This is a great activity to wake your students up! Choose a song that you think your students will like, and contains grammar and language suitable for their level. Choose 10-15 difficult words from the song and write them on separate pieces of paper or coloured cards. You may want to drill the words with…

Jak’s story from Vietnam

Since completing the 140-hour Premier TEFL course with TEFL Org UK, I have been teaching in Vietnam on a voluntary basis with a social enterprise for 3 months. The online-based study gives you all the grammar and theory grounding you’ll need to be a TEFL teacher, allowing you to study at your own pace and around your own…