How to become a TESOL teacher
What does a TESOL teacher do?
Duties and tasks
- Act as a liaison between English learners and the broader community.
- Emphasise correct English diction and pronunciation.
- Impart knowledge of the English language to students individually, in small groups, and in classroom settings.
- Introduce students to Australian culture, activities, and customs.
- Plan and implementing English language curriculum.
- Teach age-appropriate English vocabulary.
- Work with students to improve English grammar.
- Australian Council of TESOL Associations
- Department for Education and Child Development (DECD)
- NSW Teachers Federation
- Queensland Association of Teachers of English to Speakers Other Languages (QATESOL)
- Westralian Association of Teachers of English to Speakers Other Languages (WATESOL)
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Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education)
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- English Education Major
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