ELT Professionals in Cape Town left UCT's English Language Centre a little more knowledgeable about the process of reading as well as how the ELT Publishing industry works. Thanks to those who attended!Read more Professional Development Workshop for Teachers #3
Teachers in the TEFL industry decided to restart Professional Development Workshops to network, share knowledge and best practice. These workshops are led by industry professionals - or anyone with something to share - and hosted by UCT's English Language Centre.Read more Professional Development Workshop for TEFL experts
Teachers in the TEFL industry decided to restart Professional Development Workshops to network, share knowledge and best practice. These workshops are led by industry professionals - or anyone with something to share - and hosted by UCT's English Language Centre.Read more Professional Development Workshops for TEFL teachers
UCT's English Language Centre is a great place to work and is attracting highly qualified, driven and motivated teachers. Here we interview Annaelle about her experience in this special industry.Read more Teacher Annaelle and her TEFL journey
Do you want to change your life? Change jobs? Perhaps our TEFL course is the answer.Read more Do you Want to Change Jobs?
Join us as we present a series of professional development workshops aimed at all EFL teachers in Cape Town. Attendance is FREE! Come and network with like-minded professionals and share your knowledge with others in the indsutry!Read more Professional Development Series | TEFL in Cape Town
Is it possible to learn a language by only focusing on the grammar? In this blog we argue that in order to learn an English that people actually use and will actually understand today, grammar plays the same role as all the other elements! No one aspect of a language is more important than the other, and learners should approach their English learning in a holistic way.Read more Grammar in the English Language Classroom
Not everyone is the same. And in the EFL classroom, we also recognise that different people learn more effectively in different ways. Discover what type of learner you are in this blog post.Read more What Kind of Learner are you?
Teaching English as a Foreign Language means you get to meet a whole host of different, interesting people from all over the world. But this type of cultural interaction also means that you must always consider your audience and be culturally sensitive. Teacher and TEFL trainer, Christelle, explores this topic in relation to clothing and provides some tips!Read more Dress for TEFL Success
Aqeelah, one of our newest teachers at ELC shares her thoughts on the TEFL industry and the challenges around money when you decide to pursue a career as an English teacher.Read more Passion vs. Paycheck