"Teaching English Overseas: A Job Guide for Americans and Canadians"
"A Grammar Development Course for Teachers of EFL/ESL"
Teaching English Overseas: A Job Guide for Americans and Canadians
CHAPTER 1: FAQ's about Teaching English Overseas
CHAPTER 2: Teaching without TESOL Training
CHAPTER 3: Your TESOL Training Options 1 - Available Programs
CHAPTER 4: Your TESOL Training Options 2 - Finding & Choosing a Program
CHAPTER 5: An Overview of the TESOL Job Market
CHAPTER 6: Conducting a TESOL Job Search 1 - Finding Jobs
CHAPTER 7: Conducting a TESOL Job Search 2 - International Resumes & Cover Letters
CHAPTER 8: Conducting a TESOL Job Search 3 - Interviews & Job Offers
CHAPTER 9: Legalities, Practicalities & Health
CHAPTER 10: Dealing with a New Culture
CHAPTER 11: Your First Weeks in a New Job
APPENDIX 1: Employer Contact Information
APPENDIX 2: Useful Web Resources
A Grammar Development Course for Teachers of EFL/ESL
Why Teachers Need to Know Grammar
How to Use this Book
UNIT 1: Grammar Terminology (Parts of Speech)
This unit clarifies and gives practice with the terms which are used to identify and analyze the function of individual words.
UNIT 2: Grammar Terminology (Verbs)
This unit clarifies and provides practice with the terms which are used to describe and analyze the operation of verbs.
UNIT 3: An Overview of English Grammar
This unit examines many of the basic features of English grammar and contrasts them with the equivalent features in some other languages.
It also gives more practice with using the grammar terms covered in the first two units.
UNIT 4: Grammaticality
This unit examines the concept of Grammaticality and its importance to teachers and students of English.
UNIT 5: Varieties, Dialects and Standard English
This unit examines the differences between different varieties and dialects of English. It also describes and critically examines the concept of Standard English.
UNIT 6: Sentences and Utterances
This unit looks at how sentences are formed and at the differences between sentences and other utterances.
UNIT 7: Compound Sentences and Clauses
This unit looks at how sentences are formed and gives practice in identifying different types of sentences and clauses.
UNIT 8: The Major Verb Tenses
This unit examines the twelve major verb tenses in English and gives extensive practice in identifying and analyzing these tenses.
UNIT 9: The Present Simple and the Present Progressive
By analyzing in depth the form and use of two major verb tenses, this unit gives practice in how to analyze any verb tense.
UNIT 10: The Past Simple
This unit analyzes the form and use of one of the most important tenses in English: the Past Simple. It provides further practice in how to analyze any verb tense.
UNIT 11: Talking About the Past
This unit looks at the way in which we use different tenses to describe past actions, events and states.
UNIT 12: The Passive
This unit gives practice in identifying, using and analyzing the passive voice.
UNIT 13: Form, Function and Time
This unit examines the relationship between the names of verb tenses and the time frames to which they can refer. It also clarifies the difference between grammar structures and grammar functions.
UNIT 14: Discourse
This unit looks at how sentences and other utterances combine in texts, dialogues and other forms of discourse.
UNIT 15: Modal Auxiliary Verbs
This unit looks at the form and function of an important group of verbs which cause major problems for students (and teachers) of English.
UNIT 16: The Conditionals
This unit examines some of the major ways in which we express hypothetical possibilities in English. It gives practice in identifying and analyzing conditional sentences.
UNIT 17: Reported Speech
This unit clarifies and gives practice in how to turn examples of direct speech into reported or indirect speech.
UNIT 18: Phrasal and Multi-Word Verbs
This unit gives practice in identifying and analyzing the form and use of different types of multi-word verbs.
UNIT 19: Other Grammatical Structures
This unit looks at a variety of verb and non-verb grammatical structures. It also gives more practice in analyzing grammatical structures and in using grammar terminology.
UNIT 20: The Grammar of Vocabulary
This unit shows how even individual words have a grammar dimension and it explains how to clarify this to foreign students.
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