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20 Soal (Essay) TEFL Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi TEFL

1. What is the TEFL course like?

2. Can I teach English online without a TEFL certificate?

3. Can I do TEFL course on my phone?

4. What countries can I teach in with TEFL?

5. Is TKT a TEFL qualification?

6. Which TEFL courses are accredited?

7. Is TEFL Professional Development Institute legit?

8. Is a TEFL certificate worth it?

9. Is tefl hard to pass?

10. How do online TEFL courses work?

11. Which is better tesol or TEFL?

12. What's the difference between ESL and TEFL?

13. What does TEFL course focus on?

14. How long is TEFL course?

15. Can you teach TEFL online?

16. How long is 120 hour TEFL course?

17. How long does it take to complete a 120 hour TEFL course online?

18. Can you teach English abroad with just a TEFL?

19. What is a Level 5 TEFL course?

20. What jobs can I get with a TEFL certificate?


1. A TEFL course covers topics including teaching language skills, grammar, lesson planning and classroom management. A TEFL course will teach you how to: Teach English Language Skills. Teach the five major elements of language learning: reading, writing, speaking, listening and pronunciation.

2. You can start teaching online without any experience. So there you have it, all the platforms that let you teach English online without experience. Just remember, a TEFL certificate is a requirement for most reputable online teaching jobs.

3. No matter where you are, you can now work through your TEFL course on the move! This allows you to complete parts or your entire TEFL course on a smart phone, tablet or any other web enabled device. ... All you need is a smart phone or tablet. You just login in using a web browser as you normally would!

4. Even without a four-year degree, a native English speaker with an accredited TEFL / TESOL Certification can realistically find great opportunities in dozens of countries around the world including Spain, Russia, China, Argentina and many nations in Latin America and Eastern Europe.

5. The TKT is a TEFL qualification which introduces you to the principles and practice of teaching.

6. Well-known TEFL / TESOL accrediting bodies include: TQUK, College of Teachers, and ACCET. Courses offered directly through an accredited university will also be considered accredited, including SIT, Cambridge University (CELTA), Trinity University (Trinity certificate).

7. The TEFL Professional Development Institute was started by three professors from the UK, Australia and Canada. We are independently audited, accredited and reviewed. ... Our certificates meet the internationals standards and are accepted by all TEFL Governments and employers.

8. If you plan to teach full-time in a country that requires a TEFL certificate, I would definitely get one. If you plan on teaching abroad for less than a year or part-time, then it's a good idea but not totally necessary. ... A TEFL may also help you get a better teaching job where you'll have increased work satisfaction.

9. Generally speaking TEFL is not hard to pass. Face-to-face courses generally have interviews and strict admission requirements so if it is not likely to complete or pass the course, they will not be admitted in the first place.

10. The self-study TEFL courses (all of them with the exception of the IDELT Online) are much like online textbooks. Students login to their course and are presented with a table of contents, a list of all the modules (or chapters) they'll need to work through to complete the course and earn their TEFL certificate.

11. In short, TEFL programs are best if you want to teach English abroad in a country where the primary language is not English. TESOL programs are better if you want to teach English to learners in an English speaking country.

12. TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. It was initially used to denote the type of teaching that might occur in a country where students don't speak English regularly. ... TESL (or ESL) on the other hand refers to Teaching English as a Second Language.

13. A TEFL course covers topics including teaching language skills, grammar, lesson planning and classroom management. A TEFL course will teach you how to: Teach English Language Skills. Teach the five major elements of language learning: reading, writing, speaking, listening and pronunciation.

14. Your online TEFL course will take approximately 3 months to complete and in most cases you will need an additional month or two to make you travel arrangements and to take care of your personal affairs. Once you arrive in your destination country, the process of interviewing and getting hired usually takes 1-3 weeks.

15. Online TEFL involves teaching English language learners over a video connection. This is often on a one-to-one basis but it's also possible to teach several students at once. Teaching English online is a location independent job. It means that you can work from anywhere – as long as you have a good WiFi connection!

16. How long does it take to complete a 120-hour TEFL course? About four weeks. However, that will depend on whether you're taking a self-paced course online, or a structured on-site course.

17. On average, our students take 10 to 12 weeks to complete our most popular 120-hour online TEFL course. Depending on your other commitments it can take you more or less time. Because our online TEFL courses are self-paced the length of time it takes to complete varies due to a number of factors.

18. One of the best things about the field of teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) is that it's open to just about anyone.

19. Our Level 5 TEFL Certificate (168hrs) is the same level as the following qualifications: a diploma of higher education (DipHE), a foundation degree and the CELTA and Trinity CertTESOL qualifications. ... This technique allows us to offer one of the most in depth TEFL courses available in the UK.

20. If you don't have a teaching license and are seeking an overseas teaching job, you should have both a bachelor's degree and a TEFL certificate. With these under your belt, you may be lucky enough to find ESL teaching jobs in countries such as China, Japan, and Korea.