Teach English in British Columbia - TEFL Courses

Do you want to be TEFL or TESOL-certified in British Columbia? Are you interested in teaching English in British Columbia? Check out our opportunities in this beautiful US state, Become certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language and start teaching English in your community or abroad! Teflonline.net offers a wide variety of Online TEFL Courses and a great number of opportunities for English Teachers and for Teachers of English as a Second Language.
Check out which city/town you may be more interested in and start your journey|

Abbotsford
I have gained a great deal by taking this class. I found lots of resources, activities, examples of things being learned, and teaching techniques that will be very useful whether in the TEFLL classro
Read more
Armstrong
I find that the course is well structured and balanced; it covers both english grammar and teaching skills. It offers many great tips that can be adapted in classroom. I lived and worked in UK for 10
Read more
Burnaby
This course has taught me, in step-by-step detail, how to facilitate a class room. The lesson plan activities have helped me to gain confidence in running and controlling a class room no matter the si
Read more
Campbell River
Throughout the course, english being my native language was both a pro and a con. Although prior to the course my ability to read, write, and speak english was proficient, this course introduced me to
Read more
Castlegar
From this course, I have increased and refined my knowledge of the english language and its grammar, and I have been given structured practice in lesson planning, something I had never done before. I
Read more
Chilliwack
I wish I had taken a course like this before I went to teach english in Korea. Teaching in Korea was so difficult because I lacked a lot of the information I needed to be a good english teacher. I h
Read more
Colwood
I suspect this course has helped my teaching skill considerably. Learning the basic concrete rules of english was very helpful, especially as a native english speaker, because many focused on things w
Read more
Coquitlam
The first sentence that comes to my mind summarizing my personal experiences about this course is: "It was not easy." This means on one hand that the lessons and required tasks and answers were demand
Read more
Courtenay
This course has been valuable to us in many different ways. Firstly, it taught us the basic techniques and knowledge needed for a tefl teacher. Secondly, the information is very well laid out, easy
Read more
Cranbrook
Through this course I have gained an appreciation for what is required when planning an english course. I have learned about dealing with different types of students, how to manage a classroom and how
Read more
Dawson Creek
Personally, this course has helped me learn certain specific rules of the english language that I was never taught in school. Although I speak english correctly, there was never really a way for me t
Read more
Duncan
I entered this course feeling confident in my understanding of english and how I might go about teaching. While I haven’t lost this confidence, I have been humbled and directed to further study in
Read more
Enderby
I have gained a deeper understanding of the grammar of english language, and I think I am better able to explain it to people. I have also gained a deeper understanding of the phonetics of english, e
Read more
Fernie
Being english, and completing all my required examinations during my school days, then going on to qualify in other areas such as BABTAC (British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology) followe
Read more
Fort St John
Teaching efl kindergarten can certainly be difficult and challenging but like most things, it is quite a rewarding line of work with many benefits. Teaching kindergarten does require a person to have
Read more
Grand Forks
Imagine for just a moment that you are a tefl instructor who is getting ready to teach a classroom full of eager students on the first day of class at a public school in Bangkok, thailand. You have sp
Read more
Greenwood
In a classroom context, good rapport is an open and communicative bond between a teacher and student. Whether one sees this as a relationship that can be fostered by following set principles or as one
Read more
Kamloops
In the tefl classroom, it is very important to recognise cultural differences in the teacher as well as the learner. Differences can cause misunderstandings or have uncomfortable situations. teachers
Read more
Kelowna
Songs in the classroom sound like music in my ears. Although teaching is known to be a serious occupation, we all know that it is even so important to have fun in your everyday work environment. In ma
Read more
Kimberley
When teaching english, or any subject, teachers have to take into account whether they are teaching young learners or adults. Although there are similarities when teaching either groups, there are al
Read more
Langford
Grammar is an indispensible part of esl education. An experienced teacher will know how to navigate through the voluminous amount of grammar rules, structures, forms and so forth. Such an instructor
Read more
Langley
Teaching efl in a kindergarten could only be described as rewarding, challenging and exhausting. Kindergarten students are of the approximate ages 5 and 6, depending on their location of schooling. Ki
Read more
Maple Ridge
A key aspect of effective teaching is having a proper plan. Such a plan will guide us throughout the lesson as well as assist us with class management. Each lesson will require planning and preparati
Read more
Merritt
Cultural sensitivity in the classroom is extremely important for any native tefl/tesol teacher. Teaching english as a second or foreign language means that you will be working with people whose native
Read more
Nanaimo
Idioms and slang exist in many different languages and it would be a disservice to the students not to teach them that the new language they are learning also has these. Slang, idioms and other colloq
Read more
Nelson
Nowadays, english is considered to be a very important language. In some instances it is even the required international language of communications, science, information technology, entertainment, dip
Read more
New Westminster
chinese esl students face many problems that stem from the characteristics of their first language, including problems with pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary. chinese students' cultural backgroun
Read more
North Vancouver
The Oxford dictionary defines rapport as “A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well.” In order to f
Read more
Parksville
An esl classroom is perhaps one of the most culturally diverse learning environments. Cultural diversity involves more than different languages. Learners from different cultures have different ways to
Read more
Penticton
The teacher is able to ensure the class is well managed by using different body language techniques. The way a teacher uses their voice, gestures and their body language is highly important in maintai
Read more
Pitt Meadows
When I think about what makes a good teacher, I consider of all my past teachers. I can make list after list of my likes and dislikes, what worked and what wasn't as successful, how they handled or di
Read more
Port Alberni
Having taught english in the ROK for the past twelve months, I have come to understand firsthand a number of issues facing students learning english in South Korea. The most prevalent issue I recogni
Read more
Port Coquitlam
As teachers we all have different styles we use to teach which we need to be aware of and be able to adapt to fit the needs of students. Following is an explanation of different teaching styles, but
Read more
Port Moody
What makes a good teacher? Or better yet what makes you a good teacher? In every job or as in so many things in life you are evaluated. Even if there is no formal evaluation you will do so in your min
Read more
Powell River
My Philosophy of Discipline Discipline is important in the classroom. It fosters a positive learning environment, self motivation, and the potential for learning. Most people would define discipline a
Read more
Prince George
teacher self analysis has been defined in one article as ‘the process of self examination for the purpose of instructional self-improvement'. In other words, the method in which a teacher examines h
Read more
Prince Rupert
english is the global language. This statement may seem quite obvious and many people wouldn't give it a second thought. english is spoken all over the world. english signs can be seen at airports,
Read more
Quesnel
The age of the persons you are teaching makes a big difference in what you are going to teach them. You wouldn't prepare the same lesson for a 9 year old as you would for one that is 30!! The attent
Read more
Revelstoke
I have looked at some areas of efl teaching and from my limited experience tried to highlight how my approach to teaching individuals or groups would vary. Motivating the student/students Every group,
Read more
Richmond
Thinking of english in a perespective of a‘global language' we need to first explain what exactly a ‘global language'is.There is no official definition for this term but we can say that ‘global
Read more
Rossland
The question of choosing an online tefl course or an onsite course can come down to the needs, situation and expectations of the student. To get a balanced idea of which may be best suited we should l
Read more
Salmon Arm
As a teacher and to the students your classroom is home away from home for you and your students. Make it attractive and functional. Consider grade/age level appropriateness, the type of classroom act
Read more
Surrey
In Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, proponent Howard Earl Gardner (Gardner, 1983) suggested an original set of seven intelligences that account for a broader range of human potent
Read more
Terrace
There is a general idea that each person has a mother tongue. This term is however problematic. Just think of the bilingually educated child who knows German best but says “German is my father tongu
Read more
Trail
Why not making the learning process pleasant, pertinent and interesting by tailoring your classes around your students? The approach on creating materials permits you to adapt the lessons to your st
Read more
Vancouver
Student testing is a complex and controversial subject among many professionals. While some question the reliability of tests to indicate ability, others see testing as completely necessary. In addit
Read more
Vernon
Motivating Students (70) Foundations of Motivation Nothing kills a will stronger than helplessness. An incompetent student can go about their day arriving in a classroom knowing they'll never make gra
Read more
Victoria
english as a global language In classrooms across the world these days, there is a high demand for learning the english language. The english language has become so widely used in the world that now t
Read more
West Kelowna
Classroom management is integral for effective learning to take place and a teacher is the most significant component who can establish this link. The experienced ones usually understand its importanc
Read more
White Rock
CALL (Computer Assisted Learning)(63) Computer assisted language learning can be a great asset to a classroom if used correctly by a teacher. Having had a decent amount of experience with CALL program
Read more