RealLife English Podcast #287 – I Love English! How Do I Become an English Teacher?

You already have a good level of English. You love the language. Now you want to become an English Teacher. Where do you start? Should you get any certifications? How do you get your first students? In today’s episode, we answer these questions and more. Teaching English can be a wonderful career path for many people. So keep listening to learn about how you can become a successful English Teacher, if that’s what you desire.

Words You’ll Learn in the App

  • Slay
  • Vernacular
    Adolescent
  • Turn the tables on someone
  • Be itching to do sth
  • Dip your toes into the water
  • Hint at something
  • Wrap one’s head (mind) around sth
  • Mix up someone/something
  • Word of mouth

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  • torres says:

    I found this blog so amazing. So much information, and it’s all so well organized. . This is going to be a valuable resource for me. Thank you so much for creating it! Read another amazing blog : https://lead-academy.org/british-sign-language-alphabet/

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      We hope you will come back to us often, Torres.

  • I have been teaching the English Language to Second and Foreign language learners. Thank you so much for the blog, it gives me the details about the teaching certificates… https://lfu.edu.krd/personnel/robinson-paulmony/

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      Good luck!