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About this Course

The course is designed for people who want to learn the English language and learn how to teach it to their students. It consists of 8 modules all together in which I will cover all the aspects to have full command on the English language and how to teach it in a classroom and online environment. This course will cover the 2 modules.


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Here you’ll learn what this course is all about and what lies ahead of it. You will also gain knowledge on life as a teacher.

  • Module 1 : Introduction 6min 16sec

Before getting started, it’s a good idea to really get to grips with what TESOL/TEFL is, what it involves, and some of the other acronyms you’ll see.

  • What actually is TESOL/TEFL? 3min 11sec

By the end of this course, you’ll have covered the essential knowledge and skills needed to prepare and successfully deliver an English language lesson (commonly known as an ESL class).

  • Course content 3min 5sec

To get from sitting at home with your notepad, to standing in front of a class we’ll need to cover a lot of content. But don’t worry, to make this journey more manageable, this TEFL course has been divided into several bite-sized parts.

  • Course outline 6min 20sec

To squeeze the most benefit out of this course, it is important to make sure that you’re using suitable techniques while studying.

  • Studying techniques 2min 33sec

Types of words used in the English language, how they’re formed, and how they’re used along with punctuation.

  • Words and punctuation 2min 3sec

You’ll likely already be aware of some of the topics we’ll cover here – such as verbs and nouns etc.

  • Types of word - Introduction 1min 32sec

The first parts of the English language which we’ll cover are the different types of words that exist.

  • Types of word - Introduction - continued 2min 25sec

Nouns, verbs and adjectives are usually the first types of words that your students will come across when starting to learn English.

  • Types of word – Nouns, verbs, adjectives 3min 57sec

The following three types of words are often introduced after students have an initial grasp of the language, and when they can already form basic sentences.

  • Types of word – Pronouns, adverbs, prepositions 3min 40sec

These final types of words are often small in form, but can be useful in very different ways once mastered by students.

  • Types of word – Conjunctions, interjections, & determiners 5min 3sec

Now that we’re familiar with the different types of words that exist in the English language, it can be useful to understand how they’re often classified into two groups – major words and minor words.

  • Types of word – Grouping different word classes 2min 37sec

Don’t worry if some of these terms were new to you. For native speakers, and those who have been fluent in English for a long time, these different types of words are often used without conscious thought.

  • Types of Word Recap 2min 53sec

As mentioned in the Types of Words lessons, verbs are words that describe an action or state of an object – whether physical or mental.

  • Types of verb – Introduction 1min 0sec

To begin with, we’ll look at action and stative verbs. These are two of the more straightforward types of verb, and can be relatively simple to explain to students.

  • Types of verb – Action and stative 3min 18sec

Transitive/Intransitive, Auxiliary, and Modal verbs can be more challenging for students to grasp. Identifying these types of verbs will require students to look deeper at the context of the sentence and the intended meaning.

  • Types of verb – Transitive, intransitive, auxiliary, modal 3min 16sec

The final types of verbs which we’ll cover are Phrasal, Regular and Irregular.

  • Types of verb – Phrasal, regular and irregular 2min 35sec

Verbs are one of the key building blocks which will enable your students to do so much with the English language.

In the next few lessons, we will cover Affixes,

When it comes to teaching students about affixes, there are certain rules and notes which can be useful to learn.

It can help to start by first introducing common ones such as the prefix ‘un’ or suffix ‘ly’.

In the final part of this module, we’ll look at punctuation.

Periods (Full stops) Periods (also referred to as “full stops”) are used at the end of sentences, and are probably the most common form of punctuation that your students will need to use.

Apostrophes Apostrophes are used in contracted words

Hyphens and dashes Hyphens are used to link words, or parts of words, to give new meanings.

While the majority of ESL lessons will contain little focus on punctuation marks, it’s still important for you to be familiar with them, so that when you do come across a mistake, you’re able to identify it and demonstrate the correct use.

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About Expert

Faisal Mehmood

English Teacher (Second and Foreign Language)

Hi Students, this is Faisal Mehmood your Online English Instructor. I am a certified professional for teaching English as a second and foreign language for both classroom and online environment. Once you join my course for the English Language you will not only correct your grammar but also know how to communicate in English with different communities and culture. What ever you study in life or any profession you belong to will only make a difference once your are good at speaking and correspondence.

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  • Once you have done these 2 modules it will enable you to have a good understanding of the basic grammar of the English Language and to avoid the common mistakes we do in punctuations

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